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UK Labour chained to political correctness, set to lose, and lose, and lose…

Political correctness is the correct way to lose every election. By its very nature, virtue signalling is almost guaranteed to be an electoral disaster. The whole game is to get to the top of the pecking order and mark yourself as being above the unwashed riff raff. A long time ago, if your brain wave was a good idea, the riff raff would adopt it too, which was all fine and good, except then you need another different good idea.  And when all that’s left are more absurd signalling displays:  Can you control the weather with your plastic shopping bag? Can you set people free by vandalizing statues?

Labor Parties all over the world suffer from the same thing. They stopped listening and caring what the workers think.

h/ t David  E

Look at the massive disconnect here:

Poll proves wokery lost Labour ‘red wall’ seats: 

Glen Owen, Mail on Sunday

Sir Keir Starmer’s Labour Party is out of touch with public opinion on woke issues, a Mail on Sunday poll has found. The survey revealed that the party was overwhelmingly associated with support for politically correct issues – such as pulling down statues of historical figures – that are not backed by voters.

The figures will add to concerns among Labour strategists that the party’s metropolitan image is alienating its working-class base, particularly among its former supporters in the North.

UK poll on politically correct values

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The Labor Party have an image problem. They tried to look politically correct and everyone believed them.

At least the conservative government is trying to make it harder to cheat in the election:

UK government to introduce criticised voter ID law this year

…Britain’s government will introduce a new law this year to crack down on the potential for voter fraud and intimidation by including rules requiring voters to prove their identities, a move critics said could deter people from casting ballots.

“Stealing someone’s vote is stealing their voice. We must go further to protect and modernise our precious democracy,” Chloe Smith, minister for the Constitution and Devolution, said in a statement.

POST NOTE: And this is not a good thing for Western democracy. When the opposition party is captured by Wokeness there is no one left in the centre to argue for better policies. The so-called Conservative party slides toward political correctness too. Always better to have two strong major parties than none.

 

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78 comments to UK Labour chained to political correctness, set to lose, and lose, and lose…

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    Zigmaster

    Whilst “. Go woke , go broke “ appears to apply n to Labour in the UK with Boris’s girlfriend in charge of the conservatives the extent to which the conservatives are less woke than Labor is only a matter of degree. Neither party should be electable . The Tories policies embracing all the global warming mythology means that the choice in the UK is bad and badder. I think the infiltration of conservative parties globally by those with progressive ( woke ) values damages the conservatives in those countries. The blurred lines of demarcation between the Conservatives and Labour in Australia have been reinforced by the nature of the recent budget. The middle road that governments try to steer on is heading further into the leftist kerb.

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      ColA

      There is no doubt in the clariy of what the majority of the 2026 interviewed people thought! They are no where near the left curb. 🙂

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      There is a clear distinction between the Tory party hierarchy worship of all things greta and the views of the membership. Have a read of this article

      https://www.conservativehome.com/platform/2021/05/andrew-selous-how-to-green-our-homes.html

      I have never seen a Tory MP so savaged for his views by his natural supporters. It does not bode well for Boris. Well worth reading all the comments as that will give a full flavour of how much better informed the plebs are compared to those who think they rule over us.

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        John R Smith

        The Overlords denied me access to this link.

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          Ian

          I read it and was pleasantly surprised of the views of the Conservative MP `Andrew Selous, who won the seat with a vote share of 60.4% which was more than twice the share received byL about.

          There were 148 comments on his article most of which did not support his views but to put this in perspective, Selous received 32, 212 votes at the election. The brutal facts are like it or not fossil fuels, especially coal, are on the way out in the developed countries and renewables are becoming the preferred means of power supply

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            bobn

            Conservatives like Andrew Selous get votes on the basis the other candidates are far worse. If there was a voting box – none of the above – it would probably win most seats.
            In last election (this month) I had a choice of Conservative (looney left), Labour (extreme left nutters) and Green (barking mad infantile communists). Hardly a choice. My kids all refused to vote due to no party representing their middle of the road views.
            I dont know anyone who likes or supports Boris and his lot, but all say – the other choices are all even worse!

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            David Wojick

            Renewables are not a means of power supply. They are an expensive emission reduction technology that works by temporarily interrupting real means of power supply, from time to time, often unpredictably. The real means of power supply must always be available. That the emissions being reduced are harmless is the insane part.

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        wokebuster

        No doubt about it. The UK has a CINO problem.

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      Lance

      “A people that elect corrupt politicians, imposters, thieves, and traitors are not victims, but accomplices ”

      – George Orwell

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        Great quote – thanks!

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        Rupert Ashford

        And there lies the joke. They do have alternatives to the Tories, but they limit themselves to a choice between Labour and Tory every election (same here in Aus). If people don’t actually take a calculated risk and empower some of the other parties we will be led over the cliff like the lemmings we are.

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          Ian

          Rupert Ashford you write

          “They do have alternatives to the Tories, but they limit themselves to a choice between Labour and Tory every election (same here in Aus).

          At the last General Election the seat of South-West Bedfordshire was contested by Conservatives (Andrew Selous 32,212 votes). Labour (Callum Anderson 13,629 votes). Lib. Dems.(Emma Mantale 5,435 votes). Green (Andrew Waters 2,031 votes)

          As is apparent there was more choice for voters than Just Conservative or Labour but then majority of voters still preferred one of the two major parties. As here the minor parties have little representation in the Parliament and are very unlikely to form government. The Lib Dems did form a Coalition with the Conservatives in 2010 but that only lasted till the next general election.

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            Hanrahan

            So Italy is your preferred model where a hodgepodge of minor parties back a major party, or another, depending on best career offer, not best policies.

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          Deano

          And even when a genuinely conservative member pops up in a ‘conservative’ party, they usually expel them or pummel them into conforming with all the other frauds.

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    Lance

    When a Government, or a Party, stops listening to the majority will of the people, voters will punish those responsible at the polls. If the People are subjected to usurpation of their liberties beyond a limiting tolerance point, the People will abandon the polls and take matters more directly in hand.

    Being popular with small, overly vocal, unpopular, segments of society is not a winning platform.

    Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.

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      Peter Fitzroy

      So two thirds of Americans support global warming mitigation (Pew Research). That puts the Republicans (and with similar figures in Australia, the Liberals/Nationals as well) in the “ Being popular with small, overly vocal, unpopular, segments of society” bucket.

      Great to see that the scales have been lifted from your eyes

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        el gordo

        Yes sir, the brainwashing through the MSM has been very effective.

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          Peter Fitzroy

          So what you are saying is that unless the majority agrees with me, they have been brainwashed – great basis for a dictatorship right there. – All Hail el gordo!

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        Lance

        Pew poll, 28 Jan 2021, ranks American’s greatest concerns. global warming came out at 15th place, 38%. Strengthening the economy was 1st place at 80%.

        https://www.pewresearch.org/politics/2021/01/28/economy-and-covid-19-top-the-publics-policy-agenda-for-2021/

        Gallup poll says “Since last year, skepticism among Republicans has increased, with 69 percent saying they think the seriousness of global warming is exaggerated, compared with 66 percent last year”.

        https://www.ajc.com/news/science/more-than-half-americans-don-think-climate-change-will-affect-them/zQ5TseDhuJiXVCzHwoeEdM/

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        Harves

        Similarly two thirds of the population support giving everyone a free house. It’s when you ask them whether they’re personally prepared to pay even a small amount through price or tax increases that support for these stupid ideas drops dramatically.
        This is evidenced by the fact that fewer than 10% of travellers even agree to pay the few dollars to purchase carbon offsets for their flights.
        Classic virtue signalling … nothing more.

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          el gordo

          The Republicans are heading down the wrong path. ‘More than half of Republicans (54%) say reducing the deficit should be a top policy objective, compared with 29% of Democrats. Reducing the budget deficit ranks as a middle-tier priority for Republicans and is among Democrats’ lowest priorities.’

          Public housing is a good thing and its far better to eliminate poverty than allow it to fester and become entrenched.

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          Exactly. Free beer would also be popular, until people realised they were paying for others to be drunk all the time.

          People will go along with the renewables charade until they realise that power prices will head to the moon and their jobs are impacted.

          There are those rich enough and woke enough to pay and happy to pay .A politician I keep up with told me a story of speaking at a meeting at Red Hill in BNE, where he warned about power prices tripling over time under the current ALP govts dud plan for the states Energy sector. He was immediately attacked by the well heeled crowd who were quite happy to pay this and felt it their duty to do so! He warned, to deaf ears, that mining and manufacturing, and those dependent on it, would have a completely different view. (And it will impact these rich idiots as the states economy will suffer v badly, and they will at some point wonder where that all came from…)

          I work in manufacturing and high power prices do nothing for us here! To say nothing of the poor who will just have to disconnect and deal with the consequences…

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            Lance

            That is why the sign on the wall clearly states:

            “Free Beer. Tomorrow”

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              GD

              In the late 70s, on Sydney’s Oxford Street, a bar advertised ‘Free Beer. Tonight’.

              On entering the bar you found out that ‘Free Beer’ was the name of the band.

              True story.

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            WXcycles

            It’s not really a problem, If the sincere and and fearless of heart’s combined bank accounts, income and assets totals to greater than 6 digits, they can pay a minimum of 66% of all power bills for everyone with less then 6 digits of bank accounts, income and assets. They we can enact utterly stupid, pointless and ineffective nonsense ‘policies’, which won’t change global weather cycles at all. I’m sure they will agree to that.

            Virtue has no bound, you’re either virtuous or you are not, and these people are virtuous.

            “They did it! They need to pay!”

            A sure-fire vote winning slogan for whoever goes to the electorate first with that policy first.

            “Damn the political-donation torpedoes! Master Helmsman! Give me Ramming-Speed!”

            Virtue must be tested relentlessly and if their virtue is true we allow them to keep paying, indefinitely.

            But if their virtue is false, we banish them to China, never to be returned. They’ll love China!

            Win-Win!

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        Peter, we can all get polls that reinforce our views. It’s Sociological Surveys 101. Survey companies are paid to give their clients the answers they want. I prefer to read the advice of political stalwarts like Tony Blair (highly successful UK Labour leader) who wrote this essay in the May 14-20 edition of New Statesman (a very left leaning publication): “Without total change Labour will die: The Labour Party needs complete deconstruction and reconstruction. Nothing less will do.” Leaving to one side Blair’s resort to postmodernism in the title, in the essay he blames Woke orthodoxy for the flagging electoral fortunes of progressive politics around the world. How he got this past the editors is beyond me. Why hasn’t he been cancelled yet?

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    Penguinite

    So what happens to Countries, like Australia, where both main parties are Woke inclined? Socialism and debt!

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      Penguinite

      “Learn baby Learn” or let the Greens in the back door!

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      el gordo

      Australia’s conservative governments are supporting mitigation because of the precautionary principle. We first have to prove that CO2 doesn’t cause warming before we begin to build Hele coal fired power stations.

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      el gordo

      Debt and Deficit are out the window as the pandemic takes its toll. With historically low interest rates around the world its a time to borrow and spend on infrastructure and a brighter future.

      The Morrison government is Keynesian with a twist and I support them.

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    Lawrie

    Voter ID is not only sensible but necessary. No honest person could possibly find voter ID an impediment to casting a vote. We know what happens when voter ID is ignored viz a viz Arizona or any other state in the last US election. Democracy cannot survive if we ever lose the sanctity of one man one vote. Look what happens when it does not; Joe Biden.

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      ColA

      And yet if we think about how we vote in Australia, without showing ID that confirms the electoral roll (it has been mooted more than once), a pencil mark on the roll to say you voted, no way of checking how many times you vote at different locations under your own name or any one elses name, our system is actually quite lax!
      I would expect there is a certain minor number of zealots who think their vote matters but on the whole most people realise we are small fish blowing little bubbles. Most people, I think, are done voting after 1 effort and couldn’t be bothered to do it again and a co-ordinated effeort to cheat on any scale would show up easily in the statistics.

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    TdeF

    What is puzzling is that none of these alleged issues have been created by popular belief. Rather they have been created by the very left press and a generation of people who want to protest, as if protesting is a sport. Which is very odd.

    It is a bit like our own aboriginal PhD who was offended by Coon Cheese. And took 20 years to make his peculiar objection public and forced the very customer sensitive owners to change the name. He still does not believe that Dr Coon is a real person who in 1926 achieved a real patent for the rapid maturation of cheese. Yes, Coons in America are white people.

    Most of these ‘issues’ are not, just make believe, even funny if they were not so serious. Especially the absurd idea that Sir Isaac Newton was a ‘beneficiary of colonialism’ because he was alive at the time, so Newton was an Imperialist villain, Churchill was an evil racist and Lord Nelson was a slaver. The country which ended slavery is full of villains and all their descendants are also villains.

    But the most worrying concerted attack is on history itself, not only rewriting it but banning the teaching of history. When Adolph Hitler starts to be a good guy, we will have gone back to 1936.

    I blame the booming fake PhDs and fake universities which are teaching nonsense, indoctrinating and a generation of teenage ‘journalists’ who believe opinion beats facts every time.

    Rational science and real history has never been under greater challenge in Western democracies, our schools, universities and in the Twitterverse. BLM, AntiFA, Climate Extinction, LGBITWFT are all utterly fake, anti freedom, racist, oppressors and at the top, profiteers. Turning men into women and women into men is now being done to children. Why?

    The cofounder of BLM in the US has bought her fourth house with the profits. If you question this, she labels you a white supremacist.

    What’s on the list next? Vegemite? We are living in a country where public servants in the ABC were well rewarded putting a senior Cardinal in jail and solitary confinement for an offence with no evidence at all. Supported by the police and the Premier and two Victorian courts. Louise Milligan received a journalists’ award for doing so.

    I hear no apology, no talk of compensation, no cancelling of awards and now another evidence free attack on our Attorney General, guilty without any evidence at all.

    I blame so called journalists who now act as if they are above the law, above the facts, as they attack conservative figures mercilessly, real and historical. Who elected them? They are the one pushing all this destructive nonsense, especially in Australia.

    And even those football teams who made a real effort to include aboriginal players and give them careers and fame are being torn down as fundamentally racist. Ultimately if you try to help, as with the missions, you will be blamed for the problem. So most people are just hoping it goes away.

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      Peter Fitzroy

      I have a solution for you.

      Make TdeF the final authority for all university courses, and any rejection by TdeF is final and can not be appealed. Also TdeF will be in charge of all research funding, and any paper submitted to a peer reviewed journal must be approved by TdeF as well.

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      Ian

      TdeF

      You write “I blame the booming fake PhDs and fake universities which are teaching nonsense, indoctrinating and a generation of teenage ‘journalists’ who believe opinion beats facts every time.”

      That belief is not only held by “teenage journalists” but also by others far more advanced in years who regard facts as eminently dispensable as a glance at the comments columns of the Australian and the Guardian and indeed comments at Jo’s blog.

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      Deano

      TdeF – ‘our’ ABC doesn’t even pretend to obey its charter anymore. Climate groupie ‘scientist’ Dr Karl enthusiastically promotes his tours and books on the broadcaster that doesn’t allow advertising. It’s a mystery to me that the Libs don’t tackle it. They can’t possibly be scared of getting bad publicity from the ABC as Aunty attacks them at every opportunity as it is!

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    Lance

    Political Correctness leads to Tyranny.

    “Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience. They may be more likely to go to Heaven yet at the same time likelier to make a Hell of earth. This very kindness stings with intolerable insult. To be “cured” against one’s will and cured of states which we may not regard as disease is to be put on a level of those who have not yet reached the age of reason or those who never will; to be classed with infants, imbeciles, and domestic animals.”

    — C.S. Lewis, God In The Dock: Essays on Theology and Ethics (1948)

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    Geoffrey Williams

    The issue is a demographic one; London vs The rest.
    And it does not bode well for the future of the Uk . .
    GeoffW

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    Alistair Crooks

    I think there are two key things to remember.
    First is that in recent times the Labour Party only ever governs in coalition with the Scottish independence Party. If Scotland breaks away from the Union, Labour will never get the numbers to govern in England ever again.
    Secondly, the Conservatives are conservative in name only – Like the Liberals here – they will do everything in their power to occupy Labour’s position on the Left before they ever think of doing anything remotely “conservative”.

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    John R Smith

    There is an odd disconnect in that wokeness and PC are disliked and disparaged by most, yet often dominate politics and media.
    The spectacle gets all the attention.
    It seems to me to be the odd glue that holds the the Democratic power structure together here in the land formerly the US.
    A fragile coalition.
    Oddly lead by a wh!te baby boomer.
    But in my limited experience with Blackhawk helicopters, they seemed oddly fragile but awesome in capability.
    It is easy to scoff.
    An easy butt of jokes.
    It is as if spoiled westerners and Red Guard mated and spawned a generation of social infiltrators.
    A blue haired, non-binary Trojan horse covered in tattoos and body piercings.
    An adversary that appeared to be silly and inconsequential, but turned to have devastating power.
    It may too late.
    I think the election system has been compromised in Bidenland and we are now a one party state.
    Unity achieved.
    Public opinion is only relevant as a side show in the carnival.
    A burlesque that teases but never reveals.

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    Ronin

    I’ve always believed you should never interrupt your enemy whilst he is making a mistake.

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    Kalm Keith

    Here in our Australian homes we can look out and see problems in other locations, but not close to home.

    We see, the Lord Mayor of London, the Premier of Victoria and the COVID19 curator of New York all being re-elected regardless of performance and harm done to those who work, save and pay taxes.

    What human element of human self preservation is present in the re-election of these and the likes of Karmla and AOC.

    If the Victorian premier is re-elected again after the CV19 thing we can rightly be confused and puzzled.

    Of course, for most, the media gives the authoritative view that guides actions and leads to poor voting patterns.

    We are not Free when we are being fed constant streams of misinformation and deceit.

    KK

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      Annie

      We are not only being fed misinformation and deceit; anybody who dares to suggest otherwise is censored (as my comments re the ‘vaccines’ still being experimental are censored by The Australian).

      Keep going Craig Kelly!

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      Len

      Must be using Dominion Voting Machines. Palace Chook’s lot use Chinese software to count the votes. Remember Stalin’s comment on voting.

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      Serp

      Look on the bright side Kalm Keith: when was the last time we were not deceived by the powers that be?

      But we’re free nevertheless and notwithstanding the wailing of the current generation of catastrophists we’ve never had it so good.

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    That’s UK Labour. Or are we referring to a branch of Australian Labor in the UK?

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    “Australia’s conservative governments are supporting mitigation because of the precautionary principle. We first have to prove that CO2 doesn’t cause warming before we begin to build Hele coal fired power stations.”

    I would prefer to see proof that it does cause global warming. There are other factors, such as solar, but beyond our control. Perhaps that is why you don’t see much hysteria about them.

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    Dave in the States

    It’s interesting how wokism ranks down near the bottom of opinion polls, and in election after election it gets its rear end kicked good and hard all over the world, …..except for recent elections in the US and a few Latin American banana republics.

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    Terence

    Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake.

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    Alistair Crooks

    Incidentally …

    “…Britain’s government will introduce a new law this year to crack down on the potential for voter fraud and intimidation by including rules requiring voters to prove their identities, a move critics said could deter people from casting ballots.”

    This appears to be tacit recognition that there was voter fraud in the US election. The “Conservatives” have noticed that there is now a precedent that if they don’t put a stop to the fraud – the Left will steal the elections.

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    graham dunton

    Listening is believing, when page two opens’ you will have to scroll down to the bottom.

    What if you’re just a normal British worker?

    A short twitter video.

    https://www.michaelsmithnews.com/page/2/

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    Philip

    This is what polls say of public opinion, but politicians, on both sides, are now elitists, they don’t represent public opinion.

    I personally do not support mass immigration and multiculturalism. And neither do a lot of people. But I, and we, do not have one representative in parliament who agrees. Not one, literally. Just 50 years ago, every single on of them would have agreed.

    So these figures may seem encouraging, that Labour will be irrelevant eternally. But unfortunately, it just means their opposition, has stolen all their leftist ideas, so they must become extreme left to stand apart. And yes they may lose the battle, but they win the war.

    Cynical and dark, but true.

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    Gerry, England

    People should be aware that the Conservative Party has not been conservative since the days of John Major and that the lying oaf Boris Johnson is not a conservative either but just a chancer who dreamt of being Prime Minister but with no idea – or intelligence – to do anything useful should he achieve that dream. His conversion to Eurosceptic was purely because he thought – correctly – that it would help him become PM because there is plenty of evidence that shows he was pro-EU and you can’t say that a main with no principles underwent an honest change of heart. Far from leading a right wing government as the Guardian, BBC or Labour would have you believe, Johnson is a metropolitan liberal leading a centre left government that would do Tony Blair proud.

    When it comes to election fraud, yes there have been cases of voters turning up to find to their surprise that they voted earlier, but the majority of any fraud is with postal voting and that usually revolves around the muslim community and the Labour Party. Returning postal voting to be for only those who really have problems attending a polling station and not just too lazy would cover that without the need for voter ID at polling stations. Don’t forget that there are people who don’t have the 2 things most would consider the best IDs, a valid passport and a photo driving licence. Had I not moved house a few years back I would still have had a paper driving licence – and what if you don’t drive anyway? I no longer have a valid passport as when mine expired I didn’t think I would be going abroad anytime soon, which proved remarkable foresight.

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    Deano

    It IS weird though to see organizations that basically rely on popularity like political parties, fast food providers, insurance companies, banks, commercial sports and of course big media keep pursuing P.C. as a policy, even when it keeps failing them. Of course all these are large organizations with many levers of management and I guess the upper levels live in a world of focus groups and consultants. Most of these advisors would be of the left too, because that’s an ideal position to gain influence over the organizations they ‘serve’.

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    sophocles

    Ah, climate is just so passé the American govt and armed forces now admit that UFOs … ah UAPs … are real.

    Stand by for report next month.

    Tucker Carlson `reacts’:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5iG5lingCGc

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      sophocles

      UAP = Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon.

      They don’t seem to be either the Chinese nor the Russians. I could be wrong.

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        el gordo

        These craft have rotation and speed beyond anything humans are capable of.

        In the few weeks remaining before the penny drops we need to have a discussion on this revelation.

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          WXcycles

          Personally, I think it’s a fly within the targeting POD taking a dump on the primary aperture’s inner surface, which explains the low-res blur, and rotation as it does so.

          As for the low-temperature dot which a pod tracked over water, a coasting burned-out air-to-air missile gliding under 1G, from ~50,000 feet, in -35C air, would cool down just like that, well below ambient sea surface temperature, and would do about that sort of relative speed in the decent.

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            el gordo

            ‘I think it’s a fly within the targeting POD …’

            That is a novel idea, but its bigger than that.

            ‘Christopher Mellon, a former deputy assistant secretary of defence for intelligence, said the US military had “a massive intelligence failure on its hands”.

            ‘Mr Mellon told CNBC that despite billions of dollars, the Pentagon was unable to secure US airspace.

            “It’s extremely disturbing to think that, after spending hundreds of billions of dollars for so many years, and believing our airspace to be secure, in fact, we’ve had vehicles operating restricted military airspace with impunity on a recurring and sustained basis for many years,” Mr Mellon said. (9News)

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    sophocles

    This is much much more interesting than CO2.

    Or has Biden slipped his cogs?

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