Monday 5 February 2024

Tuck In

Whichever of Rishi Sunak and Piers Morgan won that bet, then his "refugee charity" should be UNRWA, to which please donate here. Four, not 12, of UNRWA's staff of more than 30,000 have been dismissed without due process on the back of mere allegation, and that allegation has been made by Israel, which approves all appointments in UNRWA on an annual basis. If UNRWA is a nest of Hamas, then whose fault is that? It is not. But if it were. After all, if you need to, then look up the origins of Hamas, and its funding into the very recent past. For that matter, look up why UNRWA was created.

On the back of the defamation of UNRWA, 80 per cent of the global population that is experiencing famine is in Gaza, affecting 100 per cent of its two million people, half of whom are children. As enthusiastic for the starvation of children abroad as he is at home, the obscenity that is Keir Starmer first cheered on the initial cutting off of the food supply, and now whoops and hollers with glee at this. But Starmer's and David Lammy's experience today, like that of the once so promising Angela Rayner recently, manifest the increasing and beautiful ostracism of the Labour Party from its communities. Now to return George Galloway at the Rochdale by-election.

Later this year, when I tell you that there is going to be a hung Parliament, then you can take that to the bank. I spent the 2005 Parliament saying that it was psephologically impossible for the Heir to Blairs Conservative Party to win an overall majority. I predicted a hung Parliament on the day that the 2017 General Election was called, and I stuck to that, entirely alone, all the way up to the publication of the exit poll eight long weeks later. And on the day that Sunak became Prime Minister, I predicted that a General Election between him and Starmer would result in a hung Parliament.

To strengthen families and communities by securing economic equality and international peace through the democratic political control of the means to those ends, including national and parliamentary sovereignty, we need to hold the balance of power. Owing nothing to either main party, we must be open to the better offer. There does, however, need to be a better offer. Not a lesser evil, which in any case the Labour Party is not.


  1. Another dodgy dossier, Israel's lies against UNRWA have completely fallen apart.

    1. People should have listened to us from the start. Again.