Keir Starmer must be feeling sick.
After everything Starmer has done to sideline Jeremy Corbyn, to discredit his politics and to remove both him and socialists like him from the Labour Party, the former Labour leader has come back with an ambitious project to link like-minded people internationally.
He is not only lighting a new way forward; he is leading it.
And he was working on this, we see, from the moment he relinquished his role as Labour leader – possibly from even earlier.
But don’t take it from me – here’s the absolute boy himself:
Already, established (but probably not Establishment) figures have been lining up to support the new project:
This Writer has signed up to take part in the launch event because it touches on a large number of ideas that interest me deeply. I was only recently discussing on the social media the possibility of linking up with like-minded people internationally to share information on how to cope with universal challenges.
Of course, there are likely to be some detractors. I saw this, already:
I am told this will be a “foundation for peace and justice”. But presumably not “The Jeremy Corbyn foundation” because that would all be a bit Blair. No? https://t.co/dhExae30bD
— Robert Peston (@Peston) December 12, 2020
The replies seem to be overwhelmingly spitting hate at Corbyn, indicating that they haven’t cottoned on to the fact that it is the association with Tony Blair that should be considered toxic.
(I wonder if Peston realised this when he wrote it?)
No doubt much more will be said to put this idea down.
But I intend to keep an open mind and I urge you to do the same.
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A man to walk the road with he’s in a house of I’ll repute while he tries to do good justice for the many he gets attacked by his own party who are the sick ones
Yes! A good initiative. Close to his heart.
But I would love him to also take an initiative that pushed Labour policies to the forefront of British politics.
A campaign about tax, perhaps.
Or a campaign of renationalisations.
Something that involves doing what Starmer WON’T do , ie pushing forward Labour policies!
Personally, I hope this morphs into a political party you know a socialist party as the cult of new Labour 2.0 hate us and want us out great let’s see how funny they think their games are when everyone leaves and joins this!
Good luck and scum like Preston are expected to sneer that’s all they have hate!! Being Tory shills…