In response to Paul T Horgan: Share and share unalike – McDonnell’s sugar-coated nationalisation trap, michelle wrote:
An excellent article.
I thought that making people benefit dependent, as did Blair, was a very cruel way of keeping the votes pouring in. This has added sinister tones.
I travelled through Eastern Europe and Russia not long after the fall of Communism. I saw row upon row upon row of tower blocks, so close together the little patch of grass in between each block was sort of grey, where the sun could never penetrate. A truly shocking and depressing sight, especially when seeing how the comrades at the top lived in beautiful homes in the country with air to breathe. Whole spa villages for such, while their comrades existed in their grim holes.
I have come across many champagne socialists, bolly bolsheviks, and each and every one of them are hypocrites. McDonnell and Corbyn will see us all as pawns to push around to create their multi-cultural, socialist utopia, while they settle for the peace and quiet away from it all. Power, one-party state and terror reign on anyone who disagrees.
As an aside how many ‘far right’ thug groups have turned up to the conference to disrupt and intimidate? Seeing as how we are living under the threat of them, so we are told by MSM and politicians.
Sure fact Corbyn’s boys will be out in force at anyone else’s meetings.