This is unforgiveable:
Elected Green councillors have been excluded by unfair and undemocratic Labour-Conservative coalition in Wirral.
The Labour Party is not what it says on the tin. If you vote Labour, you get Labour-Conservative coalition. https://t.co/KQHvJ2xXea
— Jo Bird (@JoBirdJoBird) May 24, 2023
I refer, of course, to the decision by members of Keir Starmer’s Labour Party to go into coalition with the Conservatives. That is not acceptable under any circumstances and the people of the Wirral should demand another election.
Worse still, Labour has also suspended the Wirral West constituency party without explanation:
Another day, another reason to hate Keith Starmer's shit excuse for a Labour Party.https://t.co/ONgraEhP0S
— Frank Owen's Legendary Paintbrush🥀🇵🇸🇾🇪 (@OwenPaintbrush) May 25, 2023
Sadly, the Wirral isn’t the only place this is happening:
Details here: https://t.co/EsLI3nBN7K
— Cllr Benali Hamdache 🧡 (@greenbenali) May 25, 2023
Reform UK is even more right-wing than the Conservative Party!
And here’s a council where Labour has deliberately sabotaged an opportunity to keep the Tories out:
🔵 On Cherwell council, Tories have kept leadership of council despite Lab/LD/Grn having majority.
How did this happen? Simple: Labour NEC stepped in and *VETOED* a Cherwell Lab/LD/Grn coalition.
As a result, the Tories stayed in power.https://t.co/tt8E2C8oOU
— Stats for Lefties 🏳️⚧️ (@LeftieStats) May 25, 2023
That was a decision by the party’s National Executive Committee; Keir Starmer’s cronies would rather have councils run by Tories than their own party. What does that tell you?
It’s clear what this kind of behaviour has told the executive committee of Copeland CLP:
Breaking: Copeland Labour exec resigns en masse over Starmer’s Stalinism and selection-rigginghttps://t.co/t7fV67px0L
— The SKWAWKBOX (@skwawkbox) May 22, 2023
It seems Starmer and his right-wing goons are chasing out the remaining party members who remember what Labour should be, in order to replace them with far-right Tory clones.
Or should that be clowns?
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Thats politics wyou can’t believe anything on the tin.
This is something that I have great difficulty in writing.
Against everything I represent and believe in, I think that voting Tory would be a better solution that Starmer’s Labour.
Because of their in-fighting and backstabbing, they are easier to influence as they prioritise looking good over actually sticking with a policy (But would they get smugger and braver if they did get in again?).
Cuckoo-in-the-nest Starmer is nothing more than a Dictator who won’t back down for anyone, but it makes me wonder if the deal he made with the Tories to get rid of Jeremy Corbyn included putting them back in power.
The hatred of socialism is strong in “The Starmer Party”.