It’s often the same people who are putting up violent, hysterical posts about Muslims, who are also posting about anti-Semitism in the Labour Party Continue reading Am I an Anti-Semite?
Most politicians are corrupt, but instead of celebrating the one politician who is not corrupt, we say he has a “Messiah Complex” because people are responding to what he says. Continue reading Does Corbyn have a Messiah Complex?
Theresa May is not only a terrorist sympathiser, she is a terrorist enabler: and not several decades ago as a rebellious but relatively powerless back-bencher, but within the lifetime of the current government, as a serving Minister Continue reading Who is the real terrorist sympathiser?
For the first time in a generation, those are your priorities being set out before you, as a set of policies, not those of the wealthy elite. Continue reading So you don’t like Jeremy Corbyn
The cost to the taxpayer of directly supplementing private landlords through the Housing Benefit system was £9.3 billion last year. Much of that has gone directly into the pockets of some of the most wealthy people in our country. Continue reading Our nation needs new council houses
The following letter appeared in the Whitstable Gazette in response to my column of the 28th of July: It’s easy to explain why Corbyn proves popular: I agree with C J Stone that the future of the Labour Party is uncertain if Jeremy Corbyn … Continue reading Letters in response to my column about Jeremy Corbyn
On the day that David Cameron went to see the Queen before he left number 10 for the last time, a Radio 4 journalist, speaking in hushed, reverential tones, compared it to when Winston Churchill left office. The previous day … Continue reading It’s easy to explain why Corbyn proves popular
By some strange trick of fate I ended up watching Tony Blair’s press conference in the wake of the Chilcot report last week. The word that came to mind was “hubris”. It’s from the Greek. It means “arrogance before the … Continue reading Blair’s practised apology was painful to witness
The sheer, brazen, nerve of the man: David Cameron telling Jeremy Corbyn at Prime Minister’s Questions “For heaven’s sake man, go.” It has nothing to do with David Cameron who the leader of the Labour Party is. It has nothing to … Continue reading Corbyn and the Left Exit argument
Still trying to puzzle the referendum out. I hate the people who have been chosen to lead the Leave campaign as much as anyone. The debate so far has seriously sold the British public short, with lies and disinformation on both sides, and the main arguments focusing on people’s darkest and most negative emotions: anger, suspicion, hatred and fear. All rational debate has gone out of the window. All we are seem to hear are the shrill pronouncements of prejudice and fear and meanwhile we’ve been seriously divided as a nation, with many working class people, worried about the effects … Continue reading Referendum – In or Out?