Don’t be fooled by Starmer’s conference speech. Labour is now right-wing and deeply racist

This is just one of the many problems with Keir Starmer’s Labour. Read on for more.

People are raving about Keir Starmer’s keynote speech at the Labour Party conference. Why?

Have a gander at the highlights:

He made a lot of promises. But he breaks his promises, left, right and centre.

And his promises weren’t even that good. A new company called Great British Energy, that would be publicly-owned?

That’s not nationalisation. That’s capitalism.

Meanwhile, part three of Al Jazeera’s investigation into Labour Party corruption, The Labour Files, has been released on YouTube. Then it was set to ‘private’, presumably due to fears that Starmer and his cronies would take out a lawsuit of some kind. Then copies of it appeared elsewhere, like this one. It says it’s unavailable but if you click “Watch on Facebook” you should be able to see it:

Here’s the direct link, too:

The promotional blurb states: “Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit reveals how a British political party that claims to embrace progressive values created a hierarchy of racism that discriminated against its Black, Asian and Muslim members.”

The documentary has created a groundswell of anger against the party:

Here’s an example of what the documentary showed:

Labour has responded – but it seems that response is being held in doubt:

And still there is no interest from the mainstream media – particularly the BBC, whose Panorama strand ran a hugely controversial documentary about Labour and anti-Semitism in 2019. You may recall This Site’s series of articles debunking what it said (links here).

It seems there may be an agenda involved:

Meanwhile, at the Labour conference, a ‘reference back’ referring to a vote at last year’s event, calling for the party to support action to end Israel’s continuing illegal actions against Palestinians, was lost under highly dubious circumstances:

And, of course, the purge of Jewish socialists who say “Not in my name” to all these machinations continues:

The current case-in-point remains that of Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi, newly-elected as the only Jewish member of the party’s National Executive Committee, whose party membership was suspended in suspicious circumstances on the eve of the party conference.

Now Labour has gone further:

So I’m sorry if you heard Starmer’s speech and thought Labour was coming back into the light; it isn’t.

Under Keir Starmer, that party has become a dangerous tool for racists and allies of a hostile foreign power.

It is not fit for government, and never will be while Starmer and his cronies – or their successors – are in control.

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4 thoughts on “Don’t be fooled by Starmer’s conference speech. Labour is now right-wing and deeply racist

  1. mohandeer

    Democracy in the UK is a dying myth. We, as the plebs, now have a choice between bought & paid for imperialist, colonialist Fascistic right wing, Tory & Labour or moderately capitalist right wing Liberal Democrats, or a party that does not know what it is – the Green Party or the odd Independents who all have differing interests.
    Unless the left(and I am not actually socialist per se), unite as a Workers Democratic Party with the unions and the dues they are paid (who so let down Corbyn with their silence and abstentia in his defence) and the LP donations being awarded to the new WDP (by those who no longer want to support this racist and exclusive LP), we really have no democratic alternative to the corporate owned choices.
    Both the Tory’s and the Right Wing LP will eventually introduce even more stringent (Anti)Labour Laws which will in effect, leave workers powerless to fight against the Corporates who own us.
    From Chris Hedges: Strike, strike, strike!
    The global ruling class is determined to prevent mounting protests against social inequality from employing the weapon that can bring them down.
    The ruling oligarchs are terrified that, for tens of millions of people, the economic dislocation caused by inflation, stagnant wages, austerity, the pandemic and the energy crisis is becoming unendurable. They warn, as Kristalina Georgieva, managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and NATO Secretary Genera Jens Stoltenberg, have done, about the potential for social unrest, especially as we head towards winter.
    Social unrest is a code word for strikes — the one weapon workers possess that can cripple and destroy the billionaire class’ economic and political power. Strikes are what the global oligarchs fear most.
    Through the courts and police intervention, they will seek to prevent workers from shutting down the economy. This looming battle is crucial. If we begin to chip away at corporate power through strikes, most of which will probably be wildcat strikes that defy union leadership and anti-union laws, we can begin to regain agency over our lives.”
    Britain takes it’s cues from the US and sooner (and it’s already happening with Priti Patel’s New Powers Bill and rules being imposed on unions) rather than later, we in Britain will be unable to demonstrate or strike for our rights.

  2. Stephen Brophy

    I watched the labour files part 3 this morning before the PLP blocked it! I am angry and disgusted, I could never vote for them again unless someone like Sam tarry became leader and purged the red tories out! we need a new socialist party with the unions!
    ps unison need to get rid of that woman who featured in the labour leaks! she ain’t no socialist.

  3. Terry Norman


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