IT was the father of the evil left wing political correctness ideology of communism Karl Marx who observed that history repeats itself first as tragedy and the second time as farce.
There’s nothing remotely funny about the way British political history is repeating itself so prepare for tragedy if a Labour Government ever wins power again within the U.K
Labour ruined the economy last time they were in office, also they opened our borders to millions of benefit scroungers and criminals without telling us they were doing it or even asking us if we even wanted these ‘People’ coming here. There was enforced the weird sick twisted communist ideology of Political Correctness with all its unjust, unfair, Anti British and Anti White undemocratic dictates and its vile bullying, manipulation, intimidation and crushing of the democratic freedom of speech that our fathers and forefathers fought so hard to preserve and keep.
What are we left with today we ask after the Labour years of politically correct purges ?
Today we are left with a creepy small bunch of weird sick Anti British left wing politically correct misfits, drop outs and long haired unwashed thugs who call themselves Anti Fascists, who go round dictating to the majority on how we are to think, talk, behave, and act in Society and telling us how we are all horrid racists and fascists for being British and even worse if you are white.
These weirdos and sickos are the aftermath of the Labour years, a bit like the gasses left over from a dying star that exploded and then imploded on itself into an empty black hole of nothingness and just a sad memory.
We must stamp out this evil sickness within our midsts and expose the wicked evil people peddling this vile disgusting politically correct communist criminal nonsense and left wing Anti Fascist Anti British criminal treason and destruction of our culture and identity as a people.
We must get back to being British, and we must ban and outlaw all criminal Anti Fascist left wing Anti British political correctness thug groups that still exist and who try to force P.C criminality onto normal decent British People.
Thirty five years ago this week the Winter of Discontent was unleashed on us. Militant unions brought the country to its knees with strike after strike as they demanded pay rises as high as 25 per cent. Rubbish piled up in the streets, ambulance drivers refused to collect the sick, nurses walked out and the dead went unburied as grave-diggers downed tools.
If you’re under 50 it’s hard to imagine what a desperate mess the country was in. A weak Labour government wanted to limit pay rises to five per cent but was powerless to control its union paymasters and over the next three months almost 30million working days were lost to strikes.
The communists and Trotskyists, who controlled the unions, showed their ugly, snarling face and voters were so appalled that Labour was kicked out and Margaret Thatcher voted in to begin her remarkable transformation of our country.
Young Ed Miliband had his ninth birthday midway through the Winter of Discontent so it’s highly likely he was indoctrinated in the rights of socialism and the wrongs of capitalism as he sat on his father’s knee.
Certainly he has learned nothing to persuade him of the folly of governments interfering in free market economics. Tomorrow Miliband makes his first major speech since his promise to the Labour conference in September that he was bringing back socialism, a speech which the head of the CBI says made the hairs on his neck stand on end.
Miliband will be pandering to union bosses, who made him Labour leader, by attacking low wages and promising to force companies to pay workers more if he becomes prime minister.
“We need the kind of strong increases in wages that will genuinely make people all across Britain better off,” he will say.
It’s an ill-conceived policy of juvenile proportions, dreamed up by a man who fails to grasp that businesses create wealth by being set free from state control, not by having extra costs imposed on them. Trying to camouflage the reality with a half-baked tax break fools no one.
Miliband and sidekick Ed Balls have spent three years talking the country down, blaming “savage Tory cuts” and promoting the recklessness that borrowing even more is the answer. They suffer from what Michael Howard so aptly calls “spending amnesia”.
“Labour boasted that they had ended boom and bust,” he says. “They claimed they had rewritten the rules of economics – in fact from 2002 the Labour government spent more than they received in taxation in every single year of office.”
Who was at Gordon Brown’s side in the Treasury at the time? Miliband and Balls.
Paradoxically the current issue of wages is the opposite of the one that brought down Labour in the Seventies. Then Jim Callaghan wanted to peg wages back, now Miliband wants to push them higher.
But there is one worrying similarity between then and now. In the Seventies men with communist sympathies led powerful unions that used forgery,
coercion, manipulation and bullying. Thirty five years later they still do.
We saw in the Grangemouth refinery dispute in Scotland that the Unite union, led by Mad Dog McCluskey, will stop at nothing to get its way. Mobs besieged the homes of refinery bosses, scaring the living daylights out of their wives and children.
This was no isolated incident for it emerges that 65 other locations have received the attentions of Unite’s flying squads: family homes, hotels, businesses, even a charity fun run have been targeted. One former Labour parliamentary candidate has torn up his Unite membership card in disgust at the “depressing, devious and combative way” the union conducts itself.
Jonathan Roberts writes on the Labour Uncut website: “If you think picketing the family homes of company bosses and intimidating their children, or putting hundreds of jobs at risk because one trade union official was under investigation for skiving at work, or ordering the PR team to ‘dig up the dirt’ on Labour MPs who disagree with union policy is a decent way of representing the workers then we’ll have to agree to disagree.”
He adds it’s not solely Thatcherite reforms that have caused a dramatic fall in union membership but “the behaviour of certain union leaders that puts off millions of ordinary, decent people from joining. For shame.”
Miliband admits there are “bad practices” but he’s too weak to do anything about them. He won’t act on the scandal in Falkirk, where Unite is alleged to have corruptly rigged the selection of its own candidate for the safe Labour seat.
Miliband refuses to publish an internal inquiry report into what went on in Falkirk. Since Unite is by far the biggest financial donor to the Labour Party it’s not hard to see why.
One accusation is that Miliband’s former campaigns chief Tom Watson was behind the “Falkirk fix”, which Watson denies. I make no comment on Watson’s guilt or innocence except to say that if I had to choose between being trapped in a lift with him or a skunk then the skunk would win hands down.
Come the general election in 2015 there will be one question to answer: do you want a government of economic fools who are the puppets of corrupt union bullies? If so vote Labour.
If not, then vote Ukip.