This week, the increasingly chaotic Labour Party created another shambolic policy. Jeremy Corbyn’s promise to ‘democratise the internet’ is a clumsy attempt to turn the internet into a tool of ‘The Revolution’. Given the socialist leanings of the Labour Party, the word ‘democratise’ truly is a euphemism for taking control of the internet. This latest debacle proves that if voted into government, Corbyn and his cronies would happily turn the UK into a version of China, where the internet is strictly controlled by the State.
This internet fiasco is one more example of the ludicrous and regressive polices which the Labour Party continues to offer their hapless supporters while Corbyn hangs onto power. Jon Lansman and Anthony Schneider, who run the sinister campaign group Momentum, have done an excellent job in creating a mythical cult-like status surrounding their Dear Leader. ‘Redistribute wealth’, ‘austerity’ and ‘collective will’ are just some of the phrases to be found on the Momentum website. Despite their inanity, these words are like a virus and are spreading around the malcontented and the perverse. Corbyn can waffle on indefinitely, but as long as he uses the correct soundbites as provided by his aides, his supporters will continue to laud him.
Manipulated by Momentum, Corbyn has shown himself to be inept over and over again. But this is ignored by his fanatical fans. To them, social media and rallies count as the true indicator of voter support for Corbyn, despite evidence to the contrary in the polls. The wickedness of Tories is debated in the egotistical echo chamber of Twitter and mustering cries for revolution are typed furiously onto Facebook. His groupies are so enamoured by him that some are posting love songs on YouTube and poetry has been written eulogising his virtues.
If he is not careful, Corbyn will morph into a bearded copy of Kim Jong-Un, the leader of the hellish Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. Perhaps the Momentum chiefs are already plotting for a sculpture of Corbyn to stand at the entrance of Westminster, so that all his devotees can worship and bow down to it.
Corbyn can lie too, as witnessed by the recent traingate saga. His judgement is so obviously unsound, given his disgusting support for terrorist organisations like the IRA and Hamas and his numerous appearances on the Iranian government owned Press TV. Corbyn’s recent protests that the £20,000 – paid to him by Iran for his detestable pontifications on Press TV – is not an ‘enormous amount’ indicate two major character flaws. The first being that Corbyn holds no shame in shilling for such a murderous regime. The second shows how detached he is from the masses he claims to champion, as £20,000 is an enormous fortune to so many.
But none of this concerns his supporters, who claim that any criticism of Corbyn is part of the mainstream media or establishment conspiracy to smear him. But Corbyn is the establishment. He is rich, privileged, living comfortably in London and in charge of a major political party in the UK. His henchmen, Lansman and Schneider, also embody establishment qualities with their Oxbridge education and wealth.
This irony is lost on those who claim allegiance to the far Left. The gilded promise of a socialist utopia keeps them meshed to the cult of Corbyn. When I see words like ‘infiltrate’, ‘purge’ and ‘conspiracy’ entering the language of mainstream political discourse, I suspect that Corbyn et al are itching for some sort of Cultural Revolution, where Conservatives and Blairites are sent to ‘re-education’ camps and only those who embody the politics of the pure will run the country as a tribute act to Mao and Lenin. Perhaps they are already dreaming of a time when they can build their own version of the Kremlin on the shores of the Thames, with spires swathed in diamonds and gold,
Socialism, Marxism and Communism always flop, no matter how they are enforced. Corbyn’s supporters excuse this by saying that Socialism has never been implemented correctly. But evidence shows this to be untrue. What these delusional politicos also conveniently forget is that their socialist heroes were responsible for the deaths and misery of millions of people. The havoc of Marxism and Socialism can be seen today in failed states like Zimbabwe and Venezuela, and in the dustbin of history. Despite this, Corbyn and his gang are preposterously attempting to drag the failures of history into the digital age. Their grotesque ideas have no place in our globalised world.
It would be laughable if it weren’t so serious. There are far too many people struggling financially in the UK. But Socialism is not the answer. If Corbyn is eventually elected as Prime Minister, the country will rapidly descend into a Western failed state. We cannot count on Corbynistas coming to their senses. So it is up to the rest of us to keep exposing Corbyn and his henchmen for what they are in the hope that no one else falls prey to their dangerous nonsense. The nightmarish cult of Corbyn must never gain one iota of power over us.
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