China gives socialism a bad name

Socialism is not commonly a word I would associate with China yet the BBC seem to be using it. This association is bad press for socialism in the UK. Socialism is a set of ideas based upon economic principles to ensure economic fairness. Socialism is therefore just a set of economic principles. In China, by contrast, the state own everything – well all the infrastructure of the Country. China is not a model for Socialism. Socialism in its purely economic interpretation would not seek to erase democracy or political debate. In China there is no political debate tolerated – it is a One Party System and as such it is undemocratic. This is really just Communism or Totalitarianism going under the guise of being socialist. There is no dissent and no contrary opinion allowed and those that do are dealt with severely and not tolerated. People in the UK should not base their ideas or opinions about socialism on what is happening in China at the present time.

Conservative’s Party Conference shows that they lack: credibility, imagination and unity and that they are terrified of Corbyn

The Conservative Party Conference has left them looking embarrassingly weak. Seeming to lack any imagination, unity and credibility they are struggling to convince both themselves and the public they represent a credible government working for the benefit of Great Britain. The obvious truth of the matter is that they don’t. They claim to be championing the working people: they don’t. This is old rhetoric that we heard when  the Prime Minister, Theresa May, took over from David Cameron after he ran away unceremoniously embarrassed by his huge political gamble that had exploded in his face.

So we have heard it all before and the recent General Election 2017 showed that the public will not swallow it either. So the Conservative Party Conference sees them trying to win the same argument in which they have already been embarrassingly defeated. What this Conference has shown is that the Conservatives are unimaginative with no real vision for the future of Great Britain. They are unwilling to tackle head on the main issues which effect the British Public namely: huge profiteering of the utility providers, high rail fares, welfare, the NHS, and where the British Economy will be post Brexit. These are the issues to which the British Public want real change and real answers and these are the areas where there is high public dissatisfaction. Instead the Conservatives remain totally uninspiring, seemingly attempting to convince us they they represent the interests of working people and the working classes whilst doing very little to deserve this high accolade that they have foisted upon themselves. Well the public will not be deceived and duped so easily especially by a political party that cannot even manage their own conference properly. No the Conservative Party Conference 2017 has shown us that they are not unitedthey are divided and that Theresa May is not strong enough to cope with the dissidence within her own Party and in particular she is unwilling and unable to discipline it’s loose cannon:Boris Johnson. But what this week has shown most of all is that they are totally terrified of Jeremy Corbyn and of Socialism in particular. Reference the speech of the Chancellor of Exchequer- Phillip Hammond on 03/10/17. This  speech shows how much the Tories are fearfulness of socialism and fairness for Great Britain. They have little answer to it other than to pretend that they themselves represent fairness and prosperity but in truth they do not. So fearful are the Conservatives and this is indicated by the amount of time and reference he gave to attacking Jeremy Corbyn and his policies on a very personal level. By default this showed a great fear for what Mr Corbyn represents to his followers and in the long run it only served to give Mr Corbyn even more kudos.

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Is Britain a now a classless society or is this just another strategy in British Class Warfare?

The newspapers and the Tories are trying to convince us that Britain is now a classless society with class mobility to all levels but is this true and in whose interests is it to make us actually believe this?

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The Sun is Dying: Long live the Light

The Newspaper has now outlived it’s usefulness.

Finally we can all see the coming demise and extinction of the newspaper. The newspaper has had it’s dominance now for far too long and has outlived it’s usefulness. It’s influence is diminishing and in particular the ‘Sun’ newspaper’s abilities to indoctrinate us with Tory lies and propaganda is finally being realised. This was evident in the recent General Election of 2017 which seemed to indicate that, particularly the amongst the younger generations, we are less reliant upon newspapers for getting our information about current affairs and politics. Instead we get more information from alternative sources to the traditional newspapers.

What a blow it must have been for Theresa May who was counting on ‘the Sun’ Newspaper in particular to carry on her smear campaign against Jeremy Corbyn through it’s readership. In the end this proved to be a massive mis-calculation on the part of Mrs May who believed that Corbyn was an easy target and from which she could swindle much political capital and a stronger majority in Parliament. Instead she demonstrated how out of touch her and her Conservative Party is with the younger generations with which she failed to connect at all. Her gamble backfired and she was left publicly embarrassed. She was hoping to annihilate the Labour Party and defeat Jeremy Corbyn convincingly but the whole gamble backfired and left her in a much weaker position than what she had before she started. Time and again Theresa May is proving that she is really just a relic of bygone years, a throwback to Thatcherism with outdated policies: a dinosaur due for extinction.

However some very savvy newspaper bosses have already seen the writing on the wall spelling out the potential collapse of their empires and have made wise, shrewd investments elsewhere to protect their empires and their power or are in the process of doing so, but for the rest hopefully it is the last we see of their spheres of influence in British politics.

When the Sun  and the Daily Mail has gone we will all see the light

For me the extinction of one particular newspaper ‘the Sun’ cannot come quickly enough though and I would urge anyone still reading it to stop, think about what they are doing and bin it immediately. This also applies to to other Tory Lacky ‘the Daily Mail’ both spreading their lies and Tory propaganda masquerading as news. Claiming to be supportive of Britain’s best interests whilst in reality both are self serving Tory propaganda machines attempting to suppress the working classes with capitalist lies and smear campaigns. Continue reading The Sun is Dying: Long live the Light

Socialism offers a better future for Britain. Socialism is not Communism nor Militant

There seems to be some confusion in Britain about the word Socialism. Socialism is a system of economics that works to benefit a greater portion of society and in doing so strives to be fairer. Socialism is not Communism and it is not Militant it is just that these organizations do use certain elements drawn from Socialism. But whilst they do employ and apply Socialism and Socialist principles they apply them in more extreme ways. If Britain were to adopt socialist policies it would be both a fairer and more prosperous place. It would largely be a better place to live. It would not resemble Russia or China or any other Communist Country and it would not mean that enterprise was stifled or curtailed as the Tories would like you to believe. Instead it would have: improved NHS,  better transport system, better roads, lower taxation, improved education system and cheaper fuel bills for everyone in Britain. This list could also go on to include better policing and improved council services and the list could go on.

Socialism in Britain has been discredited by those with a vested interested to do so

The reasons why there has been attempts to discredit Socialism in Britain lie in a number of vested interests. Traditionally the majority of the media in Britain has been controlled by some very wealthy people desperate to hang onto power. Who controls the media can also control the masses by telling them lies. Newspapers like ‘the Sun’ held campaigns in association with the Tories to propel people like Margaret Thatcher to power but switched allegiance only when it saw no real left wing threat from Tony Blair. This basically amounted to brainwashing the masses and the working classes into believing that any left wing policy that introduced elements of socialism was bad for Britain and was in itself an implicit threat of Communism. Such is the power of newspapers to actually do this. Socialist Principles have been artificially distorted, suppressed and discredited in Britain because of the vested interests of the wealthy and powerful protecting their own interests and using the media to wield this enormous power and influence to control the population. For example the chances of me being able to publish this and deliver it to you in an un-edited form such as this has only really come about through the internet. People power to express themselves in this way is something quite unique in history. Censorship and control of expression has been taking place for centuries in Britain and still occurs today even despite the internet in some parts of the world. The internet though is a unique tool bypassing the controls of the wealthy and powerful who have controlled the media and hence controlled the working classes.

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