It wasn’t meant to be like this

Anticommunist Literature 1950s

AnticommunistL iterature 1950s

It wasn’t meant to be like this, one member one vote. The system had been a third Labour Party, a third Labour MPs, a third Trade Unions, who would collectively decide the leader of the Labour Party, or in other words, a stitch up by vested interests.

Open it up to the members, one member one vote. The mainstream media could be relied upon to tell people how to vote, if not, Labour Party Establishment would step in and tell people how to vote.

Only it is not working. Mischief makers have joined, hundreds of thousands of mischief makers have joined, and they are determined to elect a mischief maker.

Hundreds of thousand have joined, because they see a once in a lifetime opportunity to break the stranglehold of the political establishment, to make politics work for ordinary people not for a corrupt elite.

The ordinary people were written off as apathetic, had no interest in politics.

Now there is a witch hunt taking place, mischief makers, those liking to vote the wrong way, must be weeded out. A McCarthy witch-hunt.

Are you now, or have you ever been, a member of the Communist party?

Labour Party witch hunt:

Have you ever had any association with any other party, criticised the Labour Party or been involved in any radical activity?

Are you likely to vote for Jeremy Corbyn?

Barred from the election include students, activists, film-maker Ken Loach, satirists Jeremy Hardy and Mark Steel.

The latest casualty of the Labour Party Purge is trade union leader Mark Serwotka.

Trade Unions founded the Labour Party to give ordinary working people a voice in Parliament.

At the last count, over 3,000 people have been purged from the party, all suspected of voting or intending to vote for Jeremy Corbyn.

What next, ban Jeremy Corbyn?


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