UK Election Results #ANewHope

So we blew up their Death Star but the evil Empire still clings on for dear life… No time for the Rebel Alliance to hold back. Gold leader, standing by…

Well it is obvious now that people under 30 generally don’t believe the mainstream media, saw through the bias, and saw through the lies. The only reason Labour has in-fighting is because Tony Blair and his cronies tried to make it right wing for 20 years. Corbyn just has to do pest control to get New Labour Blairites out.
We need to start boycotting newspapers that just repeat Tory agenda. The papers have said for years that Corbyn is a weak leader and nobody likes him, the election results proved that wrong. Now we need young people to dialogue with the old, banks and politicians created the financial crisis – not immigrants or people on benefits.
Rupert Murdoch owns half the tabloids that told you what to think, he wants tax breaks for the rich (The Sun is NOT the voice of the working class.)
The Tories would PERSONALLY and FINANCIALLY benefit ​from NHS privatisation through the companies they have shares in, that is not even a question. That fact alone should be enough to turn everyone off them.
If the older generation also get it through their heads that politicians and newspapers lie to them, and that’s a rational, financially logical conclusion, not a conspiracy theory, we might actually see some real and positive change.
Austerity is stealing from the working class to give to the rich and it was justified by lies.
But for now, ha ha and ha again. The next generation will be even more aware than this one.


But what next?

What is the actual goal?

 

To encourage activism? to encourage a coalition? is it an emotional goal or a political goa? Emotional goals have their value too sometimes we just need to express.

Well I’m not up for protesting for the sake of protesting. That only works if you cost them money or bad publicity, and as ‘they’ own the media it’s rarely bad publicity for them. And as ‘they’ have agent provacateurs it’s often bad publicity for activists.

Well my goal is education. I will get involved in campaigns and actions that educate people on some simple facts – the Tories will financially benefit from NHS privatisation through the companies they have shares in and the newspapers have continually lied to us about Corbyn. I will not gather with placards unless we also have leaflets or something to change hearts and minds, because protesting for the sake of protesting doesn’t seem to work in my experience. It’s cathartic and emotionally healing but unless we educate people or unless the protest costs the people we’re protesting against money they are relatively ineffectual, preaching to the converted while giving agent provocateurs an opportunity to make us look bad.
I’m sure alot of us went on the biggest march this country has ever seen against the war in Iraq and they just ignored us and killed lots of people. I’m willing to implement solutions… but I’m personally only interested in coordinated information and education spreading. Tories are basically voted in by people who believe newspapers lies, and I am willing to be part of the solution. But my past and my race make me a target at protests, I’m a known social activist and an ex-front line activist.

 


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For the people who think the New World Order is a theory here’s footage of Bush senior speaking about it in the 80s…
And for the people who think I’m just cottoning on I made this video in 2011 I think and it was old to me then….
But especially for the people who liked my Star Wars reference 😉

ps LYRICS

 

 

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#Corbyn vs the Media and the Snakes #ge17 – A brief history of the Media Lying About Corbyn and the Infilltration of real Labour with ‘New’ Labour aka Tory-lite.

Okay… I wrote the following. I have a good grasp of political history but I don’t own a TV or read newspapers so please feel free to correct me if I’m wrong. I reserve the right to delete the whole thing if it generates negativity.

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As far as I can tell the media has been calling Corbyn a weak leader for years even though he’s a strong leader with alot of support, so that has become the public perception.

AND it’s extra confusing because he has the core values of ‘original’ Labour, socialism which is essentially sharing, but he does have conflict within his party from the people who came in with and since Tony Blair in the 90s. But Tony Blair basically had Tory values, and snuck them into ‘New’ Labour so the conflict is unfair.

And on top of that none of the parties have a consensus on Brexit. The Tories are the only party apart from UKIP that want 100 percent to get out so all the other parties are confused about what they’d do if they won. Because none of the other main parties are 100 percent in or out and if we did decide to stay in Europe we’ve been so rude and obnoxious they’d probably tell us to fuck off. Essentially Theresa May seems to have

called an election because the press has done a good job of making all the other parties look weak and have literally lied about Corbyn‘s lack of support.

 

He doesn’t have support in his own party because it got infiltrated by snakes and Thatcherites under Blair and New (fake) Labour. BUT he has loads of grassroots support from the actual public who turn up to his speeches and rallies and the thousands that joined Labour just to vote for him. So the lack of support is accurate in a way but he lacks support from people who supported the war criminal Tony Blair. BUT the weak leadership claim is a lie, it’s bullshit cos a weak leader would have run away from the snakes, the lying media, and the attacks on everything from his cheap suit (🤔) to his front garden (🤔) years ago.

 

On another level though I’m fully confused about this. On at least 3 levels.

1 – if they count the votes does it matter because most people are manipulated by The Sun to vote Murdoch’s way. Is your vote gonna make a difference among the millions of manipulated sheep?
2 – how much are the strings pulled behind the scenes early? Labour didn’t win for years until it was New Labour and Tony Blair was leader – and he pushed Thatcher’s Tory agenda.
3 – the illusion, on the most extreme side of the conspiracy theories – do they even count the votes at all or is it all a scam?
4 – on the personal integrity level – does voting make me complicit in a system I fundamentally disagree with to be governed by laws that are amoral and unfair? Or is not voting asking for it. Either way it feels like I’m saying “go ahead walk all over me”. Basically I think the whole system has to change on such a fundamental level that the only practical way to do what I think needs to be done is start a new political party, AND a new religion, and stand for office based on principles of love and unity and say the sort of things that will either get me killed or sectioned. Just voting might not be enough for me.

BUT Tory austerity is killing people.
If all of us vote and nothing changes, then we know for sure. Then we can consider a revolutionary change of tactics.

 

Basically beyond voting I think the best thing you can do for the planet is move somewhere your taxes do not support austerity and war and live a life more sustainably as an example of a positive alternative, I dunno, maybe grow some olive trees and agave trees and collect spring water.

 

Okay, I haven’t ranted like this for months. Partly because I have a job now but i’m on half term. Partly because an election was declared and that always takes me out of enjoying the now and into indulging in the story.
I will continue to educate from my perspective but you vote for who you want, I don’t want to know what you’re doing. And it’s far too sunny to argue on Facebook.
At the end of the day it’s still be the change. If I stay in this country I’ll either have to start a new political party or a new religion so I can stop paying taxes into a system that robs from the poor to give to the rich (austerity and NHS destruction) and spends those taxes on bombing brown children for oil and gas (we shouldn’t still be using) while refusing to allow refugees from the countries we’ve destabilised for oil and gas.
But I’m not currently earning enough to leave realistically. So I’ll stop telling people what to do while I work out how to be the change I want to see.
Rather than bitching and spreading my frustration it may be more beneficial to simply express the truth as I see it and remind you – it’s sunny outside xxx

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http://www.thelondoneconomic.com/tle-pick/think-jeremy-corbyn-is-a-loser-oh-dear-youve-been-brainwashed/18/08/