Keir Starmer’s Labour is like an abusive partner. Here’s how

Open arms: Keir Starmer will probably welcome you to his events if you have done some door-knocking for him beforehand. But what will he then do for you?

Did you ever have a friend or romantic partner who always wanted you to do things for them, but never bothered to reciprocate?

I mention this because of the latest wheeze from Keir Starmer’s New New Labour:

“Labour is trialling a ‘Queue & Do’ system at the evening rally where attendees will have to sign up to a task – like knocking a certain number of doors – in exchange for their ticket.”

So basically you have to pay your way to get into the event by doing something for Starmer first.

And you don’t know in advance whether you’ll get anything worthwhile back in return.

Yup. Reminds me of a few gold-digger girlfriends from prehistory (Before Mrs Mike).

People who try to get you to do things for them without offering you anything more than a tiny part of their time in return are just using you.


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