BY JOHN ISMAEL
Corbyn’s Labour’s abject failures of recent weeks have exposed their true colours: anti-Semitic, America/Britain-hating, dismissive of all military action (making redundant the UK’s military and nuclear deterrent) and scarily incapable of saying anything bad about Russia. Their stances on both the Skripal poisoning and Syria attack are risible.
Time-travel this rabble back to 1940 and they’d be lined up against a wall and summarily shot down as traitors. They are symptomatic of how low Britain’s population estimates politics as a career. That such dross can now comprise Her Majesty’s Opposition is a tragedy for us all.
So just how isolated is the UK Labour Party’s stance on international relations under Corbyn’s watch?
As isolated as can be.
A veritable national embarrassment.
While Seumas Milne dreams on about Anglo-Russian fusion, the rest of Corbyn’s office seem more confused about their version of revolution. Even Labour’s big three Marxists (Corbyn, McDonnell and Abbott) are at odds – Abbott never a fan of McDonnell, and McDonnell now ranting words which stray from the Moscow script to such a degree that even Corbyn cannot agree with them.
To understand just why these Marxists are so hateful towards their own people, there are worse people to read than Theodore Kaczynski, that political philosopher otherwise known as the Unabomber:
“Leftists tend to hate anything that has an image of being strong, good and successful. They hate America, they hate Western civilization, they hate white males, they hate rationality. The reasons that leftists give for hating the West clearly do not correspond with their real motives. They SAY they hate the West because it is warlike, imperialistic, sexist, ethnocentric and so forth, but where these same faults appear in socialist countries or in primitive cultures, the leftist finds excuses for them, or at best he GRUDGINGLY admits that they exist; whereas he ENTHUSIASTICALLY points out (and often greatly exaggerates) these faults where they appear in Western civilization. Thus, it is clear that these faults are not the leftist’s real motive for hating America and the West. He hates America and the West because they are strong and successful. Words like “self-confidence”, “self-reliance”, “initiative”, “enterprise”, “optimism”, etc., play little role in the liberal and leftist vocabulary. The leftist is anti-individualistic, pro-collectivist. He wants society to solve every one’s problems for them, satisfy everyone’s needs for them, take care of them. He is not the sort of person who has an inner sense of confidence in his ability to solve his own problems and satisfy his own needs. The leftist is antagonistic to the concept of competition because, deep inside, he feels like a loser.”
Why do Labour seem so incapable of speaking out against Russia?
Again, ask the Unabomber:
“Many leftists have an intense identification with the problems of groups that have an image of being weak, defeated, repellent or otherwise inferior. The leftists themselves feel that these groups are inferior. They would never admit to themselves that they have such feelings, but it is precisely because they do see these groups as inferior that they identify with their problems.”
(Industrial Society and Its Future, Theodore Kaczynski, 1995)
Labour are so down the rabbit hole these days that even the words of insane killers like Kaczynski seem lucid and rational. Takes one to know one.
Now that the dozens of Marxist and revolutionary groups promised the “revolution” by Lansman and Corbyn in exchange for Labour unity “until Corbyn becomes Prime Minister” must be looking at each other and realising the game is up.
Time to do what you do best, Comrades – divide. Any momentum you had has evaporated. Dreams of Britain’s red revolution are over as sane Brits everywhere recognise the problems that past political apathy caused. These reds, it seems, will not now steal our country while we slept.