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They really do hate you

One of the problems is, they only talk amongst themselves. They no longer have a clue what the rest of us actually think, apart from what the polls and focus groups tell them.

The only surprise is that it came out in such a blatant way. New Labour hates the British and British culture to such an extent that they set out, under Blair and with malice aforethought, to smash it to smithereens, by pulling it apart internally and destroying any possibility of a unified, mutually identifying and cohesive society. And if you disagree with these hatemongering vandals? You get labelled a racist and a bigot.

New Labour, new hatemongering.

Thing is, you think Cleggy and that Cameron schmuck think any different? These people hate you, they despise you with every fibre of their being, and they want you to let them take control of your lives. Is this wise?

8 Comments

  1. JuliaM says:

    “Thing is, you think Cleggy and that Cameron schmuck think any different?”

    Nope. Not for one minute.

  2. Sam Duncan says:

    I discovered today (link bookmarked on a different machine, but go to Pajamas Media and follow the trail from there) that not only are Cameron’s “Conservatives” following Alinsky-esque policies, they actually openly admit it, presumably under the misapprehension that anyone reading a Tory policy document won’t know who Saul Alinsky is. Would the blue rinse brigade (which still forms the backbone of the party, and good on them for it) be pleased to know that their party is being advised at the highest level by a “former“ Marxist terrorist?

    We’re fucked. Fucked, I tells ya.

  3. Lynne says:

    UKIP for me. My other choices are LibLabCon, Green or BNP which are no choice at all.

    Shrugs.

  4. permanentexpat says:

    “………under Blair and with malice aforethought, to smash it to smithereens, by pulling it apart internally and destroying any possibility of a unified, mutually identifying and cohesive society. And if you disagree with these hatemongering vandals? You get labelled a racist and a bigot.”
    …….and just to repeat the last two sentences:

    ” And if you disagree with these hatemongering vandals? You get labelled a racist and a bigot.”

    Just like Nick Griffin…eh, Cats.

  5. CountingCats says:

    Nah, Not like the Griff.

    He really is a blazing racist.

    Just because NeuArbeit claim every one they disagree with is a racist doesn’t mean that they aren’t right sometimes. Stopped clocks and all that.

  6. Roue le Jour says:

    I am constantly mystified as to why anybody thinks the current party of government has any connection to the working class. That was The Labour Party. New Labour are just a front for the public sector unions. Why else do you think Brown got a standing ovation from the Treasury? Because he was a brilliant chancellor who had single handedly saved the nation, or because he had increased their salaries and pensions?

  7. NickM says:

    Roue,
    Precisely. look at Greece. As I type they are rioting and the riots are organised by the unions. Greece is broke and the gubbermunt has finally decided that some of the lovely perks of public sector workers there are unsustainable.

  8. RAB says:

    Greece is fucked. Even with the EU bailout money, it wont be enough. Greece will default, then the shit will hit the fan. Spain and Portugal wont be far behind. Everyone knows they fiddled the figures for entering the Euro like buggery.
    In contrast Ireland has cut pay for Public Sector workers by 15% without a murmour or the sniff of a strike. The Irish are grateful to have jobs at all.

    Roue, in 1997, not long after the election, I was visiting my mum in Cardiff and took the dog for a walk in Heath Park, which is just across the road.

    Well I came upon George Thomas (Viscount Tonypandy) sat on the wall outside his little bungalow (no second home flipping for him!) taking in the scene and the sun.
    I had known him since I was eight, so I sat down on the wall with him and we had a chat.
    I said at one point that he must be well pleased to see Labour back in power after all these years. But he said…

    I wouldn’t have voted for them boy! They are not the labour party I joined and was proud of. I would have voted UKIP (being a Peer he wasn’t allowed to vote, and like most of old Labour, was dead against the EU).
    He died of cancer not long after, and must be spinning in his grave still, as to what NuLab has done to completely wreck this country.

    I now find that there is a UKIP candidate standing for Bristol West, where I live, and despite my many misgivings about them, I am sorely tempted to vote for them, instead of just spoiling my ballot paper. First things first. We have to get out of the EU, or everything else is pointless.

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