Honour for Duncan Smith has not humiliated the left – it has ENERGISED us

The pick of the Tories: Iain Duncan Smith might have been given a knighthood by Boris Johnson’s government, but few people are impressed with the face-chiseller from Chingford.

I read a message on Twitter suggesting that the knighthood for Iain Duncan Smith was an attempt to take a leaf out of Donald Trump’s playbook – humiliating and de-motivating opponents of the new Tory regime.

The honour for the so-called ‘Architect of Death’, whose draconian policies of hate against benefit claimants including some of the most vulnerable, ill and disabled people in the United Kingdom have ended the lives of thousands upon thousands of people who had as much right to live as the rest of us, was an attempt to demonstrate to us just how little we matter to Boris Johnson and his elitist clique.

Well, it backfired massively, didn’t it?

When I wrote my article calling on you to support Dr Mona Kamal’s petition to deny Duncan Smith his knighthood, it had already acquired a significant 70,000+ signatures. That number has now more than doubled to nearly 160,000 at the time of writing.

In just two days!

Instead of showing us that we are weak, and few, the decision to honour one of the least worthy men in the United Kingdom has instead inspired us all to dust ourselves down, stand up and show that we are many and we are strong.

And we reject a government that scorns its people in this way.

Keep signing the petition, folks. Let’s make this a statement that Boris Johnson remembers – to his humiliation.

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2 thoughts on “Honour for Duncan Smith has not humiliated the left – it has ENERGISED us

  1. trev

    Funnily enough I had the same feeling myself, something so grossly offensive could act as a catalyst. If the knighthood goes ahead I expect there will be demonstrations that can have a unifying effect.

  2. Jeffrey Davies

    This man is a disgrace to humanity RTU IDs is just another imp like the world’s gone mad his kind are leeches on society yet it is us who pay the price with our lives aktion T4 picking up speed culling the stock through benefits denial yet you would think these bishops especially the bishop of can’t would speak out about this but he’s to buzzy supping with old nick

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