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Cofid 19

Gigantic Capitalist fraud and hypocrisy perpetrated upon the masses in Britain

Cofid 19

There is so much fraud and hypocrisy being perpetrated against the masses at the moment that it is not easy to know where to begin but since the Virus is currently dictating much of the debate then that seems a good place to start.

We have had Government ministers applauding the nurses and other carers when these same politicians voted against pay rises for the same people.

Similarly, the Tories have been pushing ahead with further privatisations of the NHS whilst apparently ‘lauding’ the effectiveness and work of the organisation.

At the same time, the initial lack of Government help or interest in private care homes (which should have been integrated into the NHS) has been a disgrace.

Only large capitalist pharmaceutical companies seem to have official encouragement to develop vaccines or potential cures for the Virus. These same Companies should in fact be taken into public ownership so that easily affordable drugs can be made available if required thus excluding the ‘profit motive’ element in the health service.

Near the start of the lockdown in Britain, prominent media ‘personalities’ were blatantly encouraging people to fly to Northern Italy – where the Virus was raging. How infantile, irresponsible and idiotic was that?

The Tories have diverted Billions of our money into propping up banks and lining the pockets of wealthy financiers. The Labour Party has acquiesced in this action, basically because the leadership represents the interests of the same .1 per cent of the population. Again, it would be difficult for them to argue with these actions since Gordon Brown’s Labour regime did the same sort of thing during the 2008 economic ‘crisis’.

Having suffered years of needless ‘austerity’ (in theory to pay for the above) it looks like we are being lined up for even worse. The whole strategy is useless anyway since it is the equivalent to pumping air into a tyre with a huge hole in it. Capitalism has been shown to be a disaster worldwide, especially as far as people’s health and wellbeing is concerned with the USA and Britain near the top of the ‘ineffectiveness’ chart.

A reportedly leaked report into the Labour Party under Corbyn’s leadership has concluded that a section of the Party was working to lose both the 2017 and 2019 General elections. What bigger fraud upon the Labour supporting working class voters could you get? These same people now seem to hold the reins of power in that Party. The bonus for the British working class is that they indirectly and inadvertently enabled the fulfilment of the 2016 referendum result to leave the EU.

What has been obvious to all (even the politically neutral) was the attempted ‘coup’ against Corbyn’s early leadership which failed. Similarly, we saw deputy Tom Watson repeatedly ‘disloyal’ to the leader, never apparently having a good word to say about his efforts. There was also the onscreen evidence of the ‘shock’ and ‘revised comments’ that Stephen Kinnock displayed on TV when the 2017 General election results were coming in, which showed Corbyn’s ‘effort’ to be much better than the plotters expected.

The new leader, Starmer, who was, it seems, part of the ‘coup’ attempt has had a much easier ride from the mainstream media (including the BBC) than Corbyn ever had but denigration of working class supporting politicians has been ongoing for generations and has affected such prominent figures as Bevan, Tony Benn and Arthur Scargill.

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