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Unite’s new poster…

Today McCuntsky’s lefty boys have launched a new post campaign in north of England to persuade people to “come home to Labour” on the 8th June.

They say ‘only Labour will protect jobs, the NHS, education and pensions’ – but I prefer a more honest version.

Labour will flood the country with immigrants – banging up class sizes, push taxes through the roof to pay for their ridiculous schemes, raid your pension fund, and destroy your jobs by raising corporate taxes and driving away investment.

So the real truth is that voting Labour on 8th June will wreck the country and the prospects for you and your kids. Come home to Labour on 8th June – and the next day you can come home to poverty and destitution.

That’s the real truth behind Labour…


UNITE-ed we stand…

It’s filthy dirty lies spread by the fookin’ Tories! Everybody knows that Labour is the party dedicated to democratic socialism. How could you possibly believe any different when Comrade Jezza tells you so…?

Well, it’s actually quite easy. Not content with having the Labour leadership in it’s pocket and shoehorning one of McCuntsky aides into the Liverpool Walton constituency, today they announced that Shite’s chief of staff, Andrew Murray, is being drafted into the Labour team to help them lose win the election.

Proudly announcing the appointment – and at the same time seriously pissing off staff at Labour HQ – Jezza praised Murray’s immense organisational abilities and added “I don’t believe that Andrew is anything other than a democratic socialist and a member of the Labour party, like me.” So quite way did he find it necessary to add that comment?

Well, until the end of last year, Andrew Murray was a card carrying member of the Communist Party. In his own words, “I’m a member of the Communist party. That’s where I am. Communism still represents, in my view, a society worth working towards – albeit not by the methods of the 20th century, which failed.” Presumably the 21st century method is to take control of the Labour party, or am I just being cynical?

He’s also a buddy of Jezza. He’s been a political ally for years and worked with him in the ‘Stop the War’ coalition. Murray was also reported to have been among those present at a top-secret summit held at Shite’s training centre in Surrey last summer. Others in attendance included Mr McCluskey, John McDonnell, Diane Abbott, Mr Corbyn’s top spin doctor Seumas Milne, journalist Paul Mason and Momentum chief, Jon Lansman. Draw your own conclusions as to the political leanings of that particular grouping.

One senior Labour figure commented “I had hoped it was Andy Murray, but this appointment probably nails it game, set and match for the Tories.” Another insider said: “They’re using the election as a means by which to take over Labour HQ.”

So if you want to live in a communist country that’s run by McCuntsky and Momentum then the message is pretty clear – vote Labour on June 8th. UNITE-ed they stand and, with any luck, UNITE-ed they’ll bloody well fall.

Otherwise, we’re all right royally fucked…

“Cheers, Jezza. Have 4.5 million quid…”

News just in that Len McCluskey aide Dan Carden has been selected for the safe Labour seat of Liverpool Walton. It’s completely unrelated to Unite having given £2 million to the Labour Party’s election campaign.

In another absolutely unrelated event, during a meeting of its executive council on Monday Unite voted to release a further £2.5 million from its political fund of members’ contributions. None of this has anything whatsoever to do with the Labour NEC steamrolling Carden into Liverpool Walton constituency against the direct wishes of the Constituency Party.

As a result of these completely unrelated events, the Secretary of the CLP, Ben Williams, has resigned his post. He commented “When I’ve finished in work I will be tendering my resignation as CLP Secretary in protest at this disgraceful undemocratic stitch-up.”

Liverpool mayor, Joe Anderson, announced his disgust at the appointment, but didn’t have the balls to either resign from the CLP or stand against Carden as an independent Labour candidate. He did go as far as to say “We are reminded that Labour is not a meritocracy. But we will continue to campaign for the general election after which there will be more to say.” Whoa! Consequences! More to say!

It seems to me that principles are bought cheaply in the Labour party.

Is there anyone out there who still believes that if you elect Corbyn, McCuntsky won’t really be running the country? If so, then I suggest you question just how unrelated these totally unconnected events really are…

Vote Labour, get Unite…

I make no secret of my distaste for “Shite, the Union” and the nasty piece of work that leads it, Red Len McCluskey but the news this week is a bit of a piss boiler even by the standards of these guys…

There’s a safe seat up for grabs in Liverpool vacated by Steve Rotherham who just won his mayoral vote. Well, I say safe because nothing can be taken for granted given the drubbing Labour’s getting at the moment, but there is a majority of 27,000 at the last election and it is Liverpool, so I think we can go with safe!

The problem arises because with Rotherham just vacating the seat and the proximity to the General Election, the local constituency party, who would normally decide the candidate, can be over-ridden by the Labour NEC.

In a new low even for Shite, McNutcracker is threatening to withdraw funding for the Labour election campaign unless Dan Carden is given the nomination. In fairness to the Liverpool branch of Labour, they want a local candidate of their choosing, not some bloke parachuted in by McCuntskey.

“So who the fuck is Dan Carden?” I hear you ask. Well he’s McCrackpot’s bag man and trusted confidante. Politically, he’s so far left of Labour that he’s in danger of meeting himself coming the other way. He’s so far up McNutters’s backside that he could clean his teeth from the inside. Apart from that, very little is known about the guy.

If he’s shoehorned in by the NEC, expect a backlash from the locals. Liverpool’s current city Mayor and former council leader Joe Anderson has already announced his intention to stand as have other local councillors, so will we see two Labour candidates in Liverpool Walton? Anything’s possible these days.

Sufficient grounds in my book for believing that if you want Len McChunky running the country on June 9th, you just need to vote Labour.

Just when you thought things couldn’t get any worse, you can always rely on Labour to prove you wrong…

EU immigration doesn’t effect jobs and wages

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It’s official. Immigration isn’t effecting the labour market. In fact, it’s a good thing. This is the view of TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady as seen being interviewed by Andrew ‘Brillo’ Neil on the Daily Politics.

According to Frances it’s all down to the wicked employers. Seems they are employing perfectly legal cheap labour from the EU under the freedom of movement rules and paying them the UK legal minimum wage when they should be paying more and employing UK workers instead.

Well, Ms O’Grady, it seems that you are neglecting some simple facts.

(1) Businesses are there to make money not run charities. Over the past year, 400,000 jobs were created in the UK and 80% of these went to immigrants.

(2) 2.2 million EU migrants now work in the UK – a rate that has doubled in the last 5 years since the Eastern European countries joined the EU

(3) An influx of cheap labour from the EU means that wages for UK workers are being suppressed. It’s the simple law of supply and demand. If supply increases, then prices – or in this case wages – go down.

Brillo asked O’Grady no less than 14 times whether EU migration pushes down wages and reduces job opportunities for the UK workers who pay her £143,000 a year through their membership subs to represent them. Her answer? “There is no evidence that EU migration effects UK wages.” FFS!

If you want to know what people think if such blatent barefaced ineptitude ( dare I suggest lying? Shurely not! ), then you need look no further than the expression on the face at the left hand side of the above picture. It really says it all.

Just which workers are you being paid to represent Ms O’Grady? The UK or the EU…?