Ben Delicious reports from outside 10 Downing Street: Here’s something for you to chew on: Tony Blair and his New Labour clique are still running Britain, pulling the strings of the Tory and Liberal Democrat coalition government which has very little support, both from within the two parties and the country beyond.
Talk about a liberal dictatorship eh? Even the commies in China and North Korea have more popular support than the current political rulers in Britain.
Here’s how it all happened. Tony and his New Labour conspirators managed to fool the nation, including grassroots Labour members, seizing power in 1997, with the help of the liberal media, corrupt trade union barons, public sector workers and the world of progressive entertainment. Tony and the gang had grabbed power on false pretences, having absolutely no experience in government, giving promises they couldn’t keep and spinning lies in a way that made Soviet communists like pussycats. In their first year in power the censorship of the media was such that practically not a single hack dared say a bad word about the New Labour communists, who were ripping Britain apart and installing their ideological allies in every group and organisation that mattered, including the Tory party itself where Tony’s fans were preparing the ground for a future coup.
The 2001 New Labour’s landslide victory in the general election was not a result of some outstanding policies, as the Blair headed clique had never had any, but of the cunning manipulation of public opinion, of throwing billions of taxpayers’ money at the public sector, of allowing unlimited immigration and rigging economic and other statistics. The coup organisers were getting away with daylight robbery, all thanks to the liberal media covering up their incompetence and trade union barons keeping their members under control. The world of entertainment was doing its bit as well, having a go at the opposition and avoiding even mentioning liar and his clique.
The crisis of British politics came to a head when Blair and his cronies, drunk on power and lack of any responsibility for their incompetence and corruption, got the country involved in a war in Iraq on false pretences and got away with it. This was an Orwellian situation, when a clique with no proper mandate had stared a war that resulted not just in the deaths of a million people in Iraq but triggered a chain reaction in the whole of the Middle East that one day might spark a third world conflict.
And yet, in 2005, Tony and his clique who were as about as popular as Adolf Hitler had been in Germany in May 1945, managed to ‘win’ the general election for the third time. Eat your heart out Robert Mugabe. That’s how you do it even when pretty much everyone in the country is against you. Tony would have done another full term in power, with his New Labour lot, but this time round another clique run by Gordon Brown kicked him out, and got down to serious business of bankrupting the nation to a crisp while bailing out the bankers. (Ironic really that a party claiming to represent the working men and women sold out to the money men with such ease.)
But as during his disastrous reign Blair had managed to create a wide network of his cronies and ideological allies, he was still welding power from behind the scenes, with the Tory party run by David Cameron, a closet liberal and Blairite, infiltrated by all sorts of undesirables. A new coup was in the making, with the Conservative party hijacked by the so-called modernisers, a thuggish bunch of left-wingers who went against everything that the Tories ever stood for. Did Cameron stay in touch with Blair throughout all that time? If not directly then through some people for sure.
What happened in 2010 was yet another coup, with Cameron& Co losing the election and striking a devilish deal with the Lib Dems to rule as a coalition for a fixed term parliament. That was left-wing treachery at its finest and I bet Tony and his lot were smack in the middle of it all. Because Cameron didn’t even bother to conceal his links with Blair, talking on the phone and getting his precious advice.
Since 2010 the coalition did practically everything that Tony and his New Labour creeps would have done, sticking to extreme political correctness to shield themselves from any criticism, starting a dodgy war in Libya and making up an economic recovery which is based on debt and massaged stats solely.
So there you have it: whatever happens in 2015, Tony and his lot win.