Tory cabinet is more ethnically-diverse than Keir Starmer’s Labour. Why’s that, do you think?

All in it together: Boris Johnson and Keir Starmer are each as racist as the other – but Johnson is better at hiding it than Starmer, who simply isn’t intelligent enough.

After Keir Starmer’s shadow cabinet reshuffle on Monday, this is devastatingly revealing:

The answer is obvious: Starmer is a racist.

This Writer has been saying it for months now – practically since Sir Slimy got into office.

He’s an anti-Semite because he expels left-wing Jews from the party for not being Zionists.

He’s an Islamophobe because he has allowed Islamophobia to grow in the grassroots party and has welcomed high-profile Islamophobes back to it.

He’s also a sexist – look at his recent ill-treatment of people like Zarah Sultana. Yes, he has women on his front bench, but that doesn’t excuse his behaviour.

And let’s all remember the level of diversity that former leader Jeremy Corbyn achieved:

Some people would ask you to believe that Jeremy Corbyn is the racist, not Starmer.

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One Comment

  1. William-Glyn THOMAS December 1, 2021 at 1:01 pm - Reply

    Probable because the electors for that constituencies have similar backgrounds. Dog don’t eat dog.

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