Tory policies today are those of the 1970s NATIONAL FRONT

This is well worth asking your Tory friends: when you voted for Boris Johnson last year, did you know his policies came from the National Front?

They’ll say they didn’t, of course – and rightly. I didn’t until I saw this

but then, I already knew that many Tory policies are fascist. I’ve been writing about it for some time.

Okay, you can quibble with some of it. The Tories haven’t scrapped overseas aid altogether – but they’ve cut it.

Rejecting the Common Market has been Tory policy since 2016, and Boris Johnson’s policy since before the referendum of that year.

And Priti Patel is busy enacting policies to stop immigration – policies that, as is now well-known, would have prevented her own parents from coming to live in the UK, if they had been enacted in the 1960s, before they came here.

Many people on the social media are absolutely amazed:

But it is where we are in 2020. Not just the “plague year” but also the year when the UK fully embraced the fascism we were fighting, not so long ago.

They’ll be enlisting your children into the Tory Youth and sending you your black uniforms and armbands next.

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1 thought on “Tory policies today are those of the 1970s NATIONAL FRONT

  1. Growing Flame

    Somebody once said that fascists were “Conservatives with street gangs”.
    The “legitimate” parliamentary Conservatives publicize the far-Right policies and ideas. The fascist Conservatives take those ideas and start attacking the chosen victims in the street or at work.
    Later, the parliamentary Conservatives condemn the violence of the street-gangs but, mysteriously, fail to curb the horror. Meanwhile, the parliamentary Conservatives, aided by their friends in the media , carry on blaming the victims and anybody who sympathises with them.
    Emboldened, the fascist Conservatives increase the attacks and the media start to treat them as the legitimate voice of a frustrated , suffering people.
    Violence moves from being unnacceptable to “unacceptable but understandable”.

    And so it goes……..

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