Wednesday, 10 January 2018

"There Will Be No Bans On The Publicly Owned Railway"

Jeremy Corbyn is now pretty much daring the Daily Mail not to campaign for renationalisation, and then to explain why it was not doing so.

The Branson Empire has made a powerful enemy this week. And, from the railways to the NHS, there are no privatisation agenda without Virgin.

But Virgin is now the sworn enemy of the mighty Daily Mail. Unlike, as of today, Jeremy Corbyn.

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  1. This is a useful antidote to the strange delusion that private corporations are necessarily "right-wing."

    As with Google and Facebook's bia against the Republican Party (see below).

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/oct/23/internet-giants-show-power-to-shape-politics/

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    1. Well, the are not left-wing. That is something else, and it does not involve suing the NHS for not awarding you a contract, as Branson recently did.

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  2. Virgin's ban on the Mail exemplifies what Ed West and Peter Hitchens have written before on how private corporations-far from being the right-wing 'Mr Burns' of caricature-are often the most politically-correct, left-wing organisations in existence.

    All the funding for Warmist scientists comes from major corporations with vast 'green' product lines while Google and Facebook routinely manipulate their own search results to favour the Democrats.

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    1. Words do not mean whatever you happen to want them to mean. Of course the privateers of rail and NHS privatisation are right-wing. Their social views are entirely of a piece with that.

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  3. Glad to see you not falling for Branson's attempt to cover up his NHS activities by currying favour with the Left over the Daily Mail.

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