Labour’s plans are being referred to as radical socialism but that is misleading because it is simply about getting a fairer Britain, putting an end to poverty and exploitation. Labour’s plans are not radical socialism they are a new path for Britain: a set of fresh ideas to tackle Britain’s problems including Brexit. Firstly who is actually calling it radical socialism: that would be the Press which actually has a vested interest to attack socialism because mostly all the press in this country is owned by greedy Tory supporting capitalists owners with a vested interest to discredit new ideas to tackle Britain’s problems and curtail and limit the ambitions of the working classes. You think that ‘The Sun’ newspaper for example supports you when in actual fact it is taking the piss out of you by pretending to represent your interests when in actual fact it is attacking and discrediting working class institutions designed to benefit and help the working class. Do yourself and favour read this article and come to your senses and stop believing all the rubbish and lies and misinformation that these newspapers spread. Labour are actually offering the most logical solutions to Britain’s problems including Brexit.
Labour’s plans are not radical socialism they are a new path for Britain
Britain needs a new path and Labour’s plans can set the course towards a better future for Britain. In contrast all the Tories have on offer is much of the same that has seen Britain go downhill fast. Labour is offering a new path for Britain. Many of today’s generation have no experience of socialist style economics, all they have known is the depressing failures of successive Tory administrations and a hopelessly weak and equally pointless Labour administration led by Tony Blair which resembled a Tory administration in all but name. Thankfully Labour has restored and revived it’s socialist heart and is now offering some real socialist policies that will liberate Britain and deliver a fairer and more prosperous Britain. There is nothing radical about wanting to deal with Britain’s problems and the Labour Party are offering the best and most logical way to do this. Labour’s plans are not radical socialism they are a new path for Britain. It’s not radical socialism it’s a logical solution to Britain’s problems which addresses issues of fairness and social inequalities. It’s about stepping out and away from ways of doing things that haven’t worked for Britain at all for decades. Britain has been going nowhere but backwards under various Tory administrations and sadly also under the last manifestation of Labour under Tony Blair. The Tories have been failing Britain for as long back as the late 70’s and 80’s under Thatcher. Unfortunately for Britain nobody undid the harm and injustice that Thatcher and her ilk did to Britain at that time through ill thought out privatisations which benefited none but the rich shareholders that snapped up Britain’s assets during that time: none of which have ever benefited the consumers. Not even Tony Blair’s watered down version of the Labour Party did anything much to reverse the harm which Thatcher’s policies caused the effects of which are still being felt today in: poor deals for customers, higher prices and a declining and inadequate NHS . That was a lost opportunity to turn Britain around but Labour at that time actually had more in common with the Tories than with traditional Labour Party values. Now though the time has come to undo the harm and mistakes of the past and to put Britain right and set it on a course for a brighter future.
Britain needs to adopt a whole new set of ideas to tackle its problems. Labour’s plans are not radical socialism they are a new path for Britain that are going to lead to greater fairness. they will tackle lack of investment in public services and stop the wealthy from exploiting the poorest members of society. better social care and support for the elderly and the sick are the key cornerstones of Labour’s plans for the future of Britain. All of these areas are areas in which the Tories have failed.
Labour’s plans are not radical socialism they are a new path for Britain to address Britain’s chief problems including Brexit. Labour’s plans are not radical socialism they are a new path for Britain which concerns making Britain’s assets work for British people and not just a handful of wealthy shareholders. Everyone deserves to have a stake in Britain and public ownership of essential utilities and the railways are the way to achieve this. These are money making services whose profits can be used to reinvest in areas like the NHS. If they did not generate healthy profits do you really think the likes of Richard Branson would be keen to get involved in them? This was a myth and lie that Thatcher spread to convince people that public services were not cost effective, a burden on the taxpayers and would be best run by private enterprise. The likes of Richard Branson do not run these organisations as charities they obviously do generate healthy profits to be creamed off by these greedy owners and shareholders.
The Tories will tell you that these plans are a burden on taxpayers but that is not true. These services are essential services that we all use and which generate profits. These profits can be used to be put back into Britain which will actually lower the taxation burden on us all. How do the Tories fund their plans well in actual fact it is them and their plans which incur higher taxation mainly because they have asset stripped Britain so much that it has become nothing more than a poor beggar and borrower.
Put Britain on a new path: a path to prosperity and fairness for all
Labour’s plans are not radical socialism they are a new path for Britain addressing fair pricing for utilities and services and it’s about getting a better deal for consumers and reinvesting the profits from these industries back into improving public services and the NHS instead of filtering them away to a handful of greedy bosses and shareholders. It’s about getting fair pay and proper contracts for the jobs we do putting an end to exploitation. It’s about more affordable railways and proper investment in the NHS not just when you have to offer it as an election sweetener. Labour’s plans are not radical socialism they are a new path for Britain which means putting an end to: exploitation, poverty and destitution. Labour’s plans are not radical socialism they are a new path for Britain addressing issues related to proper investment in our public services including: social care, care for the elderly and education. Labour’s plans are not radical socialism they are a new path for Britain providing brighter futures for our children and scrapping costs associated with university tuition. Labour’s plans are not radical socialism they are a new path for Britain because it is about offering opportunity for all not just the privileged few who can afford it. The Labour party can put Britain on a new path: a path to prosperity and fairness.
Britain should not be scared of adopting a radical set of new ideas to tackle it’s current problems. British people should neither be convinced by a biased Press nor should they shy away from adopting a new approach or unfamiliar approach to doing things. For many years Britain has been spiralling downwards because of dogmatic middle of the road politics which has led to limiting & uninspiring political ambitions. This course of action has not worked for Britain. Middle of the Road most often leads to no solutions at all leaving Britain stranded in a vulnerable position and at danger of getting mown down by the traffic. British people should not be scared to step out of the box and do things a little differently when required to do so.
Labour’s plans are not radical socialism they are a new path for Britain. Let’s stop going around in ever decreasing circles by following an outdated and failed economic model introduced as long ago as Thatcher. It hasn’t worked for Britain at all. It’s time for a change! Let’s make Britain a better place to live and give hope for the future and let’s give future generations a better Britain to live in and better opportunities for our young people. I urge you all to vote for Labour at this General Election. Labour’s plans are not radical socialism they are a new path for Britain they offer the best way forward for Britain and an opportunity to bring about the sort of society that we all want for our children.