Those Who Want to Replace Miliband Miss the Point – It’s the Strategy that Needs Changing
New Labour MPs Panic as their Seats Are in Danger – But None
Advocate a Change in Strategy
When I posted an article in July this year saying that there
was no way Miliband could win the election, a lot of my friends told me I was
wrong. On the contrary, given the disarray
of the Tories under Cameron and the threat from UKIP Labour stood a good chance
of an overall majority.
I doubt if anyone today would repeat that. The fact is that the chickens have come home
to roost. It wasn’t his disastrous
speech at New Labour’s conference, parts of which he forgot, but the lack of
any theme to articulate. Instead Labour
comes across as a pink and watered down version of Cameron’s Tories. They support welfare reform, but not quite as
much of it as the Tories and Lib Dems.
They favour capping pr ices on rail and utilities but public ownership
is a no-no, but you can’t control what you don’t own. It’s elementary and Attlee and Wilson
understood this. The policy wonk
Miliband understands nothing.
Miliband Address the Zionist Labour Friends of Israel
It would be easy to target the 1% of Britain that owns 55%
of its wealth, the savage rich and hangers on but that wouldn’t be the New
Labour way and that is why Miliband is doomed.
Miliband Says Nothing in Hiw Own Long-Winded Way
To compound Labour’s misery, the Scottish heartland they
took for granted is deserting them en masse.
The Scots rejected devolution but the working-class heartlands such as
Glasgow voted to support independence.
Labour ran a campaign with Cameron, with that useless washed up disaster
area, Gordon Brown, performing the role of a Tory patriot. Well devolution was narrowly rejected but
Labour has suffered the price of working with the Tories (as well as being
stabbed in the back by Cameron the day after the vote).
Ralph Miliband – turning in his grave at the treachery of his sons!
The panic of Labour MPs says more about their fears for
their careers than any rethink of strategy or purpose. The result may be Labour will struggle to
even get 200 seats in the next General Election. The tragedy is that the socialist left and
in particular Left Unity, is so tied up witness navel gazing that it is in no
position to take advantage of Labour’s problems.
I posted the following on the Left Unity site. I doubt it will see the light of day!
‘At a time when Labour is in disarray Left Unity is still
obsessing about internal matters.
Who gives a fuck as to who is the principal speaker? You’ve lost 1,000 of your members – one third
– and have learnt as few lessons and drawn as few conclusions as Miliband has
Another left sect consigned to obscurity for which u can
thank the ISG and navel gazing ‘feminists’.
Well done for squandering another opportunity for the Left.’