Never heard of Kareem Dennis, he’s a rapper or former rapper. In the video, he spells out the honest and genuine empathy of Jeremy Corbyn. The choice is simple in the UK election. The Conservatives have already stated that the interference in Syria will continue and uncritical allegiance to the Americans destructive policies worldwide.
Corbyn has insisted good relations would be maintained with the US but with reservations regarding the support of their military ambitions.
The difference in policy is markedly different on so many issues. Here is just a few.
Vote Labour X
For an ethical foreign policy that doesn’t include attacking people that don’t attack us. Immigration (a major issue for many British) would naturally reduce with conflict reduction. Stop the privatisation of the National Health Service.
Vote Conservative X
If you want to continue our international warmongering (which drives people to become refugees) and allow the (drip – drip) privatisation of the NHS. Both as Home Secretary and Conservative leader, May has failed miserably in her attempts to (even slightly) reduce immigration (despite promises). Huge corporations are still making millions trading in the UK without paying reasonable amounts of tax. Don’t expect the Tories to change it.
Instead of a screeching, high pitched Theresa May, the quiet tones of Jeremy Corbyn reveal a more assured and realistic reflection of what the UK is capable of affecting in the world today. Gone is the pathetic crawling to the unpredictable lunatic in the White House, replaced by reiterated support for the US but not unconditional. When Trump finally reaches these shores, May, Johnson and many other sneering Conservatives will show what snivelling creeps they are. Pre Trump inauguration, they were so convinced he would lose that they openly mocked him. More recent statements have been embarrassingly subservient. The video of one of Corbyn’s speeches is here:
Corbyn is growing into the reluctant role he found himself in. I believe he only put his name forward to be the party leader because the other candidates were clones of Blair and that was the last thing the party needed. Anyhow, I know who I would rather lead this country and that’s despite virtually the whole mainstream media being against him. Considering the ridiculous biased coverage, Corbyn is actually doing an extremely good job.
Boris Johnson confirms unquestioning support for US aggression.
Jeremy Corbyn would explore every diplomatic avenue.
At last we have a choice in a General Election. Boris Johnson’s declaration to support the US, who are threatening illegal attacks on a sovereign nation without any significant evidence, was an unusually honest statement from a politician. Theresa May was quick to back pedal on Johnson’s statement, claiming there are no plans to attack Syria.
Trump has gone from being a complete joke amongst UK politicians to being a ‘respected world statesman’. Before he became President, he was the subject of numerous derisory comments from UK media and politicians but opinions have suddenly changed. Basically, a failed attack on a Syrian airbase has done wonders for his reputation. In fact, just about all his manifesto promises have been left in tatters and this is the reason the media have suddenly found him to be ‘Our President’.
Corbyn has declared that any accusation of war crimes should go to the UN, which is the correct and legal way to solve any major dispute. The Conservatives are insisting we should believe a fraudulent journalist who is really a terrorist, a disgraced former doctor who was recently on terrorist charges or a group of ISIS affiliates masquerading as ‘first responders’.
Thanks to big mouth Boris at least we know what a vote for the Conservatives means – The same old illegal attacks on weaker countries that resists our efforts to inflict our kind of ‘democracy’ on them. In the case of Syria, it means removing a secular government that looks after the people of all religions for a bunch of murderous criminals that don’t even believe in democracy.
We are about to find out just how many people in the UK really are anti-war.
Prime Minister Theresa May thinks we (British) should take pride and celebrate the centenary of the Balfour declaration. She must be deluded. Anyone with any interest in the declaration would realise that this single piece of paper was the approval for Jews to ethnically cleanse the Palestinians from their homes. It’s something that the British should be unequivocally ashamed of. The cruelty and criminality of not just the signatory but the vast majority of British politicians who have supported it since, should hang their heads in shame.
It wasn’t ‘ours’ to give away. Palestinians had lived there for centuries alongside both Christians and Jews. Jewish Palestinians that complained of their neighbours being forcibly removed were dealt with in the same manner. The enormity of the crime is difficult to comprehend. Hundreds of thousands driven from their homes.
Jewish terrorist gangs driving them out claimed that they had abandoned their homes of their own accord. What actually happened was that as each village was ‘cleansed’ the message was being relayed to the next village, it was loud and clear. Flee or be slaughtered.
The Palestinians didn’t have an army. They couldn’t resist. Jewish treatment of Arabs was in actual fact much worse than their treatment at the hands of the Nazis. Many old Jews weren’t welcome in the fledgling new Israel, young fit people were required to dispossess the Arabs.
Much worse than these described events happened. Every British person with a conscience shouldn’t take pride in the Balfour declaration, we should declare something of our own…..
Shame on Britain for the Balfour Declaration.