Theresa May plays the same old song.

She said:

Britain’s “spirit will never be broken… terrorists will never win and our way of life will always prevail”.

‘Our (politicians) way of life’ is instrumental in creating terrorism. Fear is the intended outcome.

Firstly, her policy of treating us all like terrorists, storing our digital history, allowing GCHQ or it’s foreign affiliates to spy on us, at an unprecedented level hasn’t, and will not work. Maybe it wasn’t supposed to and was only ever being used as a useful tool for advertisers to target us more efficiently.

The stunningly ridiculous claim that ‘terrorists will never win’ is going to sound extremely hollow to the 22 victims families and the dozens injured in last nights attack in Manchester. Any victim of terrorism that survives won’t be consoled by May’s default response to this kind of crime. It’s tired, well worn and in reality, she couldn’t care less about the victims. The politicians are the last people to be affected by these kind of event’s.

The murderer that carried out this atrocity didn’t have to entice (literally) starving kids towards him with sweets.

…..Which is what happened during the evacuation of Foua and Kefraya a few weeks ago. Sixty eight young children were slaughtered by the ‘resourceful’ suicide bomber who took advantage of the fact that they had been living under siege for two years and had been severely deprived of food. A more despicable crime is hard to imagine but there was no international condemnation from May or her government. Trump didn’t tweet about those ‘beautiful, beautiful children’, it didn’t get mentioned at all. The atrocity just a few days before at Khan Sheikhoun was the catalyst for 59 cruise missiles to be fired on Syria, without a shred of evidence who committed it. The reason for the discrepancy?

The murderers of the 68 children are on ‘our’ side.

Crocodile tears from Theresa May won’t hide the fact that she was responsible for those deaths by supporting any enemy of Bashar al Assad. The White Helmets are allies to the suicide bomber that wiped out 68 young lives and the UK government fund them.

Unless we, the people, start to make our own politicians accountable for our criminal behaviour abroad, we will always find ourselves at risk of these kind of terrorist events on our own soil. A mother in Syria feels exactly the same pain as a mother in Manchester. The biggest irony of all this is that the perpetrator probably identifies with ISIS, the people WE are financing to topple the Syrian government. The very same people that destroyed the lives of 68 mothers in Syria.

My sincere condolences go to the victims of ‘terrorism’ everywhere and if I were religious, I’d pray for them, but we don’t need to. We just need to make our politicians accountable. If we want to remain safe, our influence should be used to heal, not harm.


UK general election set for June 8th……

There really is a choice this time….At least in principle.

The polls show Theresa May¬†well ahead of Jeremy Corbyn and she has seized on the chance of (what she will see as) an easy victory. If it’s down to mainstream media, it will be easy. They will all support the Conservative Party and ridicule Corbyn, hoping to destroy any remote chance of him winning. Also fighting against Corbyn will be a good number of Labour Members of Parliament, supposedly his own side. Having previously tried to get rid of him, they will be hoping a disastrous election result will be his death knoll.

I don’t know the procedure for selecting candidates to represent the Labour Party but if they are going to be defeated, they might as well go down without the help of their own team. I would urge any selection process to take into consideration the treacherous MP’s that have attempted to get rid of Corbyn, repeatedly.

The differences between May and Corbyn.

Corbyn does not support British intervention in overseas conflicts that do not involve us. He doesn’t believe austerity is working. Corbyn is tentatively pro Europe, so would be an alternative to May’s Brexit obligations. If Theresa May’s tenure as Home Secretary is anything to go by, civil liberties and freedom of speech will not be at the top of her priorities. Conservative Party promises to reduce immigration have been a complete and utter failure. Of course, it has to be controlled, this isn’t a huge island but government policy abroad has vastly increased the numbers of refugees in the Middle East and particularly Libya in North Africa. Turkey are controlling the amount of Syrians likely to opt for the Europe but Erdogan is impulsive and unpredictable and so the best way we could reduce that possibility would be to support Bashar Al Assad’s government and stop supporting terrorism. Stability for other countries would improve everyone’s lives but May will continue down the same path that we are going down now.

The wealthy are unaffected by increased immigration.

Think about it: How does uncontrolled immigration affect the wealthy? It doesn’t, apart from it maintains low wages because more people are after fewer jobs. So far as society struggling to come to terms with immigration, all of our infrastructure is put under extreme pressure. The leafy country mansions with increased private security are unaffected by pressure on inner cities. Worst case scenario for the rich is that they have to move to another part of the world.

The best immigration policy.

… Would be to dramatically alter foreign policy. Despite what the politicians tell us, we do support tyrants and dictators, as long as they comply with our wishes. Whilst they keep a tight lid on opposition aspirations, ‘our’ corporations destroy their potential economies by effectively stealing their resources. Continuing to inhibit economical success for the inhabitants, it increases their desire to quit their country for the apparently ‘successful’ West. Emigration is driven by poverty and hardship and ‘we’ are allowing that to continue¬†because of our own corrupt practices. Military force is never used for ‘UK security’, it is used to protect UK companies while they ransack other countries valuables. Corbyn is acutely aware that the UK (and the US) foreign policy is a major reason for refugees but the mainstream media won’t tell you that.

Even if Corbyn did get elected……

… It wouldn’t mean a new horizon for British foreign policy where we would suddenly become world leaders. We only have to look at Donald Trumps words in his election campaign to realise that he’s either a prolific liar or he’s been told, in no uncertain terms, to tow the line. Corbyn is not a liar. He’s a decent human being with a strong perception of what is wrong and right. Unfortunately (or not), he doesn’t have a strong, likeable personality. He seems uncomfortable being the Labour Party leader and is not a particularly strong public speaker. Having said that, he’s not trying to entertain us, he’s trying to do the right thing, in a way that’s fair to everyone.

Research issues on the internet, don’t rely on newspapers and TV.

The Conservative Party have long been a deception. The Labour government under Tony Blair and Gordon Brown was too. Jeremy Corbyn is the Labour leader because he couldn’t bear to see the party being ruled by another ‘Tony Blair’. Corbyn quickly discovered that Hilary Benn was a snake when he made a speech encouraging attacks on Syria. He got rid of him. Corbyn is a principled man. He won’t attack and kill people from other countries and that’s why I will vote for him.