Dear Labour MP’s. It’s not us, it’s you.

14 Jun

3 Responses to “Dear Labour MP’s. It’s not us, it’s you.”

  1. Chris June 14, 2015 at 8:03 pm #

    The only reason Jeremy Corbyn managed to get anywhere near the Labour leadership race is because of a successful 38 Degrees petition that got him the required 5000 signatures.

    There is another 38 Degrees petition to widely sign and reshare to encourage the around 80 odd undecided Labour MPs to endorse Jeremy Corbyn.


    New Labour have now lost 2 elections.

    Not the other parties.

    But because the majority of non-voters out there, the bulk of all voters, are Labour voters who not only did not vote Labour in last 2 elections, but are not voting FOR ANY PARTY.

    The current leadership contenders will kill Labour stone dead in England and Wales, just as they have done in Scotland.

    Either Labour goes back to its roots, or Labour will never be in government ever again in London.

    I voted Labour all my life. Never again.

    Labour left me behind years ago.

    Balls lost to a Tory. What does that tell you.
    After all the time Balls kept saying Labour would not reverse spending cuts and would not change anything in the Autumn last year Tory Budget.

    Labour has not been an effective opposition for 5 years.

    Brown was more Tory than the Tories.

    Labour has no reason any more to exist as merely Tory clones.

    There is a huge 70 per cent of people in England and Wales who can only look to Jeremy Corbyn.

    If Jeremy Corbyn does not become Labour leader, then Labour may as well pack up its bags and cease as a party.


  2. Paul Smyth June 14, 2015 at 8:09 pm #

    Well said Chris.


    • Chris June 15, 2015 at 8:59 pm #

      Ah but I have proof.

      A long time SYRIZA fan.

      Saw PASOK crash and burn with the old joke that PASOK is now only its leader and no-one else left in the party 🙂

      Jeremy Corbyn is Mr Alex Tsipras, for the English.

      The problem is that the Labour political party has been sacking members who vote against austerity council cuts as councillors.

      Has it be doing that for any other part of the party?

      Anti austerity gave SNP 56 out of 59 seats in Scotland, with an up to 80 per cent turnout, including the 16-18 year olds, in Scotland for them.

      I can write up a SYRIZA tomorrow if Mr Corbyn does not win.

      And Labour will vanish that bit sooner.

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