Neil Kinnock jumps on anti-Corbyn bandwagon

Before getting on the train to the North East, Jeremy Corbyb took time out at King's Cross to join the Action for Rail protest for an affordable railway under public ownership

Before getting on the train to the North East, Jeremy Corbyb took time out at King’s Cross to join the Action for Rail protest for an affordable railway under public ownership

packed meeting Middleborough Town Hall

packed meeting Middleborough Town Hall

Newcastle Opera House 1500 people inside and 500 on the street outside

Newcastle Opera House 1500 people inside and 500 on the street outside

When a true genius appears in the world, you may know him by this sign, that the dunces are all in confederacy against him. — Jonathan Swift

Neil Kinnock is the latest has-been Labour Establishment figure to leap aboard the anti-Corbyn bandwagon.

Neil Kinnock, like Ed Miliband, was a clown as Labour Party leader, and like Ed Miliband led Labour to defeat. He was a laughing stock.

It is a bit rich coming from Kinnock, to talk of credibility and electable, as Kinnock had neither.

Kinnock is a throwback to the 1980s, and with his talk of infiltrators he is still fighting the battles of the 1980s.

Kinnock betrayed the people of Liverpool, who were fighting the worst excesses of Thatcherism. They asked for help, and instead of providing help, Kinnock carried out witch hunts and purged them from the party. It was left to Michael Hesletine, a Tory minister, to go to Liverpool, walk the streets for a week, talk to people, to see what the problems were and to offer help.

Labour MPs are plotting. Their latest plot, is if Jeremy Corbyn is elected Party leader, to elect their own parliamentary leader. They are also complaining about the election procedure, one member or supporter, one vote, which equally applies to Labour MPs. What it shows is how out of touch with the people and the contempt they have for democracy. It is long overdue that many are de-selected, to be replaced by people more in tune with those they are supposedly representing.

BBC is supposed to show balance in its news reporting. Is it balance when everyday they wheel out and grant a platform to yet another member of the Labour Establishment to attack Jeremy Corbyn?

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