Starmer ROASTED by Twitter user who’s seen through his lies [STRONG LANGUAGE]

Last Updated: May 10, 2021By Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

Keir Starmer: A suit, a haircut, and flag-waving fascism. Labour supporters – and the whole of the UK – deserve much, much better and we won’t get it from this gaslighting fake.

If Keir Starmer really thought he could deflect criticism by reshuffling his cabinet and removing any remaining socialists from control of the Labour Party, he was badly mistaken.

The following Twitter thread was written before the reshuffle but identifies the reasons Labour members and supporters are not going to accept Starmer’s leadership any more.

Already, CLPs (local party units) across the UK are preparing motions of “no confidence” in his leadership. Anticipating that the party’s unelected general secretary, David Evans, will undemocratically try to rule them “out of order”, they are being advised to frame them as motions of confidence, with wording like, “This party has 0.1 per cent confidence in Keir Starmer’s leadership” – and then vote against those motions to show that they don’t have any confidence in him at all.

“Roadside Mum”, below, provides many reasons party members have no confidence in the man who has been dubbed Labour’s worst ever leader, a betrayer of the values that brought the party into being and a deceiver who is trying to hoodwink voters into supporting the removal of their democratic rights.

These include:

  • The campaign to punish Labour left-wingers.
  • The campaign to silence criticism.
  • The erosion of Labour’s share of the electorate.
  • Starmer’s support for the loss of our right to protest.
  • Starmer’s attempt to gaslight us into thinking Jeremy Corbyn is responsible for Labour’s loss of support.
  • Starmer’s sustained support of Conservative policies and legislation.
  • Starmer’s support of the so-called Spycops Bill in particular.
  • Starmer’s adoption of fascist symbolism, in line with the Tories – flags, haircuts and suits preferred over socialist policies.
  • Efforts by right-wing Labour Party officers and representatives – many of them unelected – to disenfranchise party members and deny them representation.
  • And an attitude of entitlement that tries to tell us that we must accept Starmer sneering at us because he thinks he knows better.

There is even an addendum copying in a message, presumably from a Starmer supporter, actually proving the last point: “These elections are a lot more complicated than you think.” No, they’re not.

It’s a statement that insults the intelligence of “Roadside Mum” and every other Labour voter who expected – and deserved – better from Starmer, from his leadership team, and from every other party officer who enabled the betrayal that the party has endured for more than a year.

Labour won’t improve with the removal of left-wingers from positions of power and their replacement by anti-Semite-supporting fascists like Rachel Reeves, that’s for sure.

It can only get worse.

And the rot is seeping down from the top.

This is not simply about removing a bad leader.

It is about saving a political movement – and saving a nation from sliding into Boris Johnson-controlled fascism that Keir Starmer supports with all of his heart.

Here’s the thread. Read it for yourself.

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  1. TERRY ALDERMAN May 10, 2021 at 11:59 am - Reply

    Reeves is a vice-chair of Labour Friends of Israel

    • Mike Sivier May 10, 2021 at 12:14 pm - Reply

      Shame on me for not noticing that.

  2. mohandeer May 10, 2021 at 12:12 pm - Reply

    Roadside Mum is right in every aspect. You required everyone who had a vote(and many didn’t)to do so. I did not. I will not vote for a party that is neither socialist nor democratic and that means a Starmer led Labour Party, who is nothing short of a snake oil salesman elitist. With his notions of entitlement and who thinks the likes of me should “know my place”….at the bottom of the pile of plebs whose faces he steps on whilst claiming to represent me and by association, all working class.He, like all megalomaniacs, is blaming everyone else for what he himself is guilty of and for as long as he leads the Labour Party, Labour will not get my vote!
    Boris Johnson is a vacuous and vacillating clown totally out of his depth with regard running a country or it’s economy who won his appointment on his Brexit argument with no other strategies for addressing the problems this country faces and is himself unfit for office, but as Roadside Mum points out – is Starmer any better qualified? I say not in a million years.

  3. El Dee May 10, 2021 at 8:46 pm - Reply

    I note that a commenter has stated Rachel Reeves to be president of the ‘Labour Friends of Israel’ But, remarkably, declares herself to be an admirer of Nancy Astor, an anti-Semite of such proportions that she supported what Hitler did to the Jewish people under his control. Reeves, it seems, has no loyalty to any of her own convictions..

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