Wednesday, 1 September 2021

An Injury To All

Splendidly, the Labour Party's staff have voted to go on strike rather than accept the redundancies that were being imposed because Keir Starmer had deliberately taken the party from healthy solvency to the brink of bankruptcy.

Potential insurgents on the post-Faragist Right, take note. The powers that be did indeed hate both Jeremy Corbyn and his policies. But what they really hated was his ability to raise vast sums of money from tiny individual donations.

Only corporate sponsorship is permitted in British politics, and that sponsorship is no fonder of family values or of national sovereignty than it is of anything for which Corbyn stood and stands. He had to be destroyed, so that that monopoly could be restored.

And here we are. See you on the picket line at Kings Manor.


  1. Any chance of running into He Who Must Be Named on the picket line where he used to work?

    1. I don't know who you mean, but I doubt that he has any idea what a picket line is.