More Labour hypocrisy – or are these plain lies, exposed? [VIDEO – EXTREME LANGUAGE]

Rachel Reeves and Keir Starmer: like-minded hypocrites – or liars?

Watch this short message from a former Labour supporter (if you can stand the extremely spicy language), explaining why he doesn’t support Labour any more – and why claims that people like him are enabling the Tories to win again are offensive.

He’s right, of course. Nobody is enabling the Tories to win by voting for policies they would prefer to see enacted, rather than Tory or Labour policies.

If Keir Starmer’s Labour wasn’t so desperate to ape Tory politics rather than finding a new way forward, that party would be enjoying significantly higher support; if Blairites had not sabotaged the Corbyn project, we would have had a Labour government for the last six years; it is Starmer’s politics that is the problem, not the voting habits of the electorate.

Case in point:

Firstly, the clip shows Reeves has abandoned the policy she had formerly endorsed in favour of a different way. Was the original stance a lie?

The new plan – to improve the fortunes of the population by improving the economy – would rely on employers passing the profits of improved business on in the form of higher wages.

That is called trickle-down economics.

Oh, but isn’t Keir Starmer against that?

Labour was going to increase taxes on the wealthy – and now it isn’t, having turned in favour of “piss-take” trickle-down economics. Hypocrisy? Or was the original stance a lie?

Moving on, let’s consider Labour’s current stance on Brexit – which is to support it.

This is backtracking on a previous party policy – championed by Keir Starmer during the 2019 general election campaign – to go back to the electorate and check whether a majority of the population still wants to go through with Brexit, after encountering the problems it had triggered already.

Stephen Fry has something to say about that:

Finally, we have Starmer’s own response to a simple question: Westminster or Davos?

Davos is the home of the World Economic Forum – basically, a conference between businesses.

Some have taken Starmer’s words as an admission that he prefers collaborating with businesspeople to negotiating with politicians and campaigners:

In fact, Starmer made his meaning clear – that he would prefer to be around real people, who know what they stand for, than mouthpieces who change position constantly.

But that just reveals the biggest fault in his behaviour: he constantly changes his own position in an effort to create advantages for himself.

So is it not hypocritical of him to say he prefers the company of people who are not like himself?

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1 thought on “More Labour hypocrisy – or are these plain lies, exposed? [VIDEO – EXTREME LANGUAGE]

  1. Martyn Meacham

    Has anybody realised that ‘christianity’ does not exist anymore…It has been replaced by greed, theft, fraud, corruption, cruelty, murder, hatred, bigotry.

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