BY JAMES BEMBRIDGE Where most saw a pensioner of unremarkable intellect or image, Corbynites saw a man of almost mystical significance, and if the support for his new project is anything to go by, the significance hasn’t waned. The launch video that sees him wax ineloquently about social justice issues feels like a call back to 90s televangelism; indeed, the website tells us what Corbyn … Continue reading Where did the Hard Left Go?
CSM EDITORIAL Fortunately, the next UK General Election is a long way away. It is scheduled to be held on Thursday 2nd May 2024, in line with the Fixed-term Parliaments Act. Nonetheless, presuming Covid restrictions fade by the end of 2022, there are certain predictions that can be made even now. Despite by then 14 years of Tory rule, Labour has little hope of winning … Continue reading Trojan Labour Unelectable
BY MARK HOOK Three generations of my family voted for you. Without thinking. That was the thing to do. In our area in the North East there was only coal. That meant we voted red for working people. When Blair came to power he called himself a socialist, but we didn’t really know what that meant, just that Labour looked out for the little guy … Continue reading Epitaph for Labour
BY DOMINIC WIGHTMAN As someone who has endured over a decade of smears from Hard Left privilege-checkers, I know more than most their weaknesses – and how to cripple them. In the case of the antis, I bear no personal grudge as neither work nor fishing permit me the time to hunt or shoot, however it doesn’t take much of a study of both sides … Continue reading How to Nobble the Antis
BY DOMINIC WIGHTMAN I am getting fed up to the back teeth with the comments of hard-line British leftists about Venezuela, now the country is back in the news as the socialist tyrant Maduro’s days dwindle: What is going on in #Venezuela, why sanctions on the country are responsible for its economic demise and how the left must respond with the call to end such … Continue reading Free Flights to Caracas for Corbynites
BY DOMINIC WIGHTMAN Across the road from my office is a café run and owned by a communist lady. We have become good pals at the local gym. She supports Corbyn and is not for turning. I enjoy teasing her for selling millionaire shortbread and Coca Cola. She gives me as good as she gets and asks me which wall I’d like to be shot … Continue reading Café Marx
BY DOMINIC WIGHTMAN Red-pilling Corbynites is not that complex a sport – far fewer parameters than fly-fishing and certainly less taxing than golf. Just sidestep those lost cultist zombies who require professional deradicalisation by Prevent (or, my preferred therapy, a few months in one of Chavez’ socialist barrios in Caracas, from which they will emerge, I assure you, Friedmanite). Best hone in on targets with grey … Continue reading Conservatives are Fools?
BY DOMINIC WIGHTMAN Not a week goes by without some Corbynite pointing out that one of the ways they will raise revenues when Jeremy Corbyn gets into Downing Street is by cleaning out the Offshore Centres of their billions, as if these havens contain billions comprised solely of unpaid tax. Of course, presumably, what these Corbynites really mean is that any tax that was illegally evaded … Continue reading Offshore Can be Moral
BY DOMINIC WIGHTMAN It was no surprise last week to see the “journalist” Sam Kriss ditched by VICE and then suspended by the Labour Party after claims of sexual harassment. Labour hijacked by Momentum placers seems to attract such charmers. It was diverting to see that Kriss describes himself as an intellectual. Then again, these false promisers of Labour – he purportedly bragged to some … Continue reading Nordic Socialism not Venezuelan!