…and the ice-cap over Hell grows ever thicker!

I believe that, in the past, the ONLY time I have ever agreed with Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn was when he stated that it was, indeed, a nice day. We hold such opposite ideas and views, of politics, of the very definition of terrorism, of economics, of everything concerning the governance of this Nation that it would be impossible to list the entirety of our disagreements.

Taking our disagreements as read; I freely acknowledge that the leaked Manifesto rings certain bells for the starry-eyed Corbyn supporters; the ones who paid their cash to join the Party and swept Jezza to power against the wishes and will of just about all the sitting Labour M.P.s, and many Labour elders, (at least, the ones who actually think) who can actually remember the contortions which the Labour Party had to accept and accomplish before a certain Anthony Blair took them to power back in 1997.

Those, who, like myself, can remember even further back in time, to the days when large stretches of the British economy were State-run, and, far from the glistening polish placed upon the words of that same manifesto, the stark reminders of the Union-run so-called industries resound ever louder. I can remember when entire shipyards were silent, struck down by union disagreements over such intricate activities as ‘who actually twanged the chalk-filled string which denoted where the boilermaker was allowed to flame-cut a steel plate. I also recall the miners’ strike, where thousands of bully-boys were bussed to attempt to stop coal being delivered to power stations, and the near-anarchy of the Union who attempted to bring down a Government.

The manifesto, an open call to bring Marxist philosophies into play by a Hard-Left would-be Government reads pretty good to the ‘faithful’, but it is a clarion call to a failed philosophy, a beacon which leads the path to only one end; defeat on such a massive scale that should spell doom for Corbyn, his side-kick McDonnell and his Communist Momentum buddies. At least the Labour leader is honest, and has nailed his colours, the Red Flag of Communism and Socialism; firmly to the Labour flagstaff; so that no-one can allege that anything was hidden, or disguised, or merely hinted at.

The Suicide Note has been written, and all that is now needed is for Corbyn to kick the chair away by placing his name to it, and the Tories will rule for a decade or more!

7 comments for “…and the ice-cap over Hell grows ever thicker!

  1. Penseivat
    May 11, 2017 at 7:28 pm

    If you want to know what life would be like under a Corbin government – one where UNITE has the final say over everything – you only have to look at Venezuela. An oil rich country which could be a South American paradise, but is a country where women can’t find necessities such as sanitary towels or tampons; where anyone who criticises the government, disappears; where the inflation rate is in double, or even triple, figures weekly. People interested in history can go back further and look at the Soviet Union, the DDR, and other ‘workers paradises’. I would suggest that within 4 months of a Labour government, there will either be riots in the street with the the Police and Army going on strike, or else there will be a coup d’état. In the meantime, applications to emigrate to Australia, New Zealand and Canada will increase tenfold.

    • May 12, 2017 at 4:19 am

      Great job by Jezza, should ensure a decade, as you say, of one party state.

    • Hereward Unbowed.
      May 12, 2017 at 9:33 pm

      Someone please explain, why so many pampered supposedly ‘well educated’ rich kids follow corbyn and his terrorist beholden garbage collectors?

  2. Scroblene
    May 12, 2017 at 8:07 am

    It would also be good to have our own British car and van manufacturing base back, not only the niche brands, or somewhere big to build foreign vehicles, but one where UK inc’s budding designers and engineers can start taking a pride in the future of our own home-grown skills, not wasting time and money on a worthless uni degree in duvet-changing and politics.

    The Red Robbo dark days under a similar old Labour government to the one proposed by Corbyn, just crucified whole areas – regions even, and lost so many good citizens their jobs and livelihoods. The failed ideology was just dreadful and could have been avoidable had we had a government which wasn’t so weak it could hardly stand.

    I probably won’t be around to see a big BSA or MG factory in bustling, energetic production, but when we’re rid of the atrocious wastage of the failed EU project, I may just be able to at least have a peek at the drawings…

    • May 12, 2017 at 10:06 am

      Would love to buy another Beesa if they were made and any good. Or a Norton.

  3. Stonyground
    May 12, 2017 at 10:21 am

    What about a Triumph James, they still make them.

    • Scroblene
      May 12, 2017 at 2:59 pm

      Fabulous bike!

      Still remember a chum leaning over 89.5 degrees to get the last bit of petrol in the carb…

      He upped the compression by using stone paste on an old mirror…

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