Dear Ali,Thank you RP. What you set out explains why I described Mike’s post as “disappointing”
A Swiss right wing party is thumped in a recent referendum and your direct response is to dredge up an isolated incident from 5 years ago, that happened in another country, and a sarcastic comment.Does it really matter when it happened ?
Relevance is Politics has been for a while a "plague on all their houses"Can you tell me the relevance of constantly bringing up (not literally) the name of Corbyn. It"s like you and others think it's a kind of hand whip to crack when all else fails. Corbyn was removed from the Labour Party - remember? Starmer is the new leader - remember? Shall we keep reminding you of Cameron's failings on every page? Or May's? If you're gonna play cricket play fair . Corbyn is the past, get it?
Yes, I know no party is perfect, but Starmer has made it clear that he is cutting away from Corbyn and has already kicked out MPs with Corbynist views. And Starmer has already apologized to those of the Jewish faith regarding anti-Jewish comments and met with Jewish leaders.Relevance is Politics has been for a while a "plague on all their houses"
Corbyn's brand of Labour was/is fundamentally racist, has no truck with people who dont agree 'eff off and join the Tories' was a refrain and the 'cancel culture'
refrain is dangerous. It was incompetent beyond belief
Swinson's LD's were undemocratic. Cleggs shamlessness over tution fees will linger long
Sturgeon's SNP have issues with the truth, with bullying and an increasingly intolerant attitude to anyone who puts them under the spotlight
My point is that all parties have a lot of work to do, imho, to meet the aspirations I set out - not just Johnson and Co.
Re stuffing public bodies with your own appointees, Blair and Campbell started this with their mass quango formation and appointment of soft left figures to chair them all. It has been forever thus since, not unique to Johnson and Cummins.
Bad politics did not just start last November.
Good morning MikeDear Ali,
If you are disappointed with that post, the logical conclusion is that you think NO DEAL is bad for the UK. Can you confirm that you think it is bad for the UK?
And. .isn't it true (as I posted yesterday but you didn't reply) that when people voted in the referendum there was no mention of DEAL, DEAL with details, or NO DEAL ?
So whatever the outcome is (DEAL or NO DEAL) no BREXIT voter should be surprised or disappointed. But if they are, they should say so.
It"s up to you now to explain what the problem is with my post and WHY you are disappointed.