VIDEO BLOG: Starmer’s right-wing stance is not a smokescreen. Here’s how you can tell

Last Updated: September 17, 2023By Tags: , , , , ,

Yes, I’ve made a video out of the article from last week. There are good reasons for this.

Firstly, it contains excellent advice on how to vote properly. It seems people are confused about the fact that they are expected to vote for whoever has policies they think will be of benefit to the UK as a whole – not for the party they consider to be tribally theirs, even though that organisation hasn’t actually helped them in decades, and not for the party they think is best-placed to keep out another party they don’t like.

Secondly, it contains excellent reasoning on why not to vote for Keir Starmer.

Thirdly, it provides an opportunity for you all to visit the original article, which has not received anything like enough attention. It’s at https://wp.me/p4Sru1-hyZ

Watch and enjoy:


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2 Comments

  1. Grey Swans September 17, 2023 at 9:02 pm - Reply

    Independents cannot deliver policies because they cannot form a government, as need over 400 of all the exact same policies to bring in the help we need.

    No other current unelected party can also deliver, as need one party with over 400 MPs to win. None of them have ever won more than 1 MP.

    The top voter turnout is by the Grey Vote. No party offers us pension money or pensioner issue policies.

    Tory, Labour, Lib Dems and Greens have all been the enemy of the Grey Vote, especially women, who also are the top voters by age group.

    I doubt a Spring general election, as the Tories will hold onto power til the bitter end, of end 2024 or January 2025. They know they’ll lose anyway.

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    • Mike Sivier September 20, 2023 at 12:37 am - Reply

      Labour was once an unelected party and went on to form a government, so your reasoning is mistaken. My point – that people MUST vote for whoever has the best policies for them – stands.

      YOUR point that the Tories will probably hold on to power until the bitter end is as valid as my own opinion on the subject, though.

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