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CAMPBELL DEFENESTRATED BY LABOUR

By Pete Moore On May 28th, 2019

Left Wing motivations …

Alastair Campbell has defended his decision to vote for the Lib Dems in the European elections after he was expelled from the Labour Party.

You’d need a heart of stone not to laugh. Alistair Campbell is lifelong Labour. Once a journalist and political editor, he sank to being Tony Blair’s chief propagandist, a sordid job at which he was brilliant. Since then he’s remained Labour. Even while the leadership was taken over by overt Marxists, Maoists, terrorist sympathisers and even while the party became institutionally anti-semitic, he remained Labour.

What induced Campbell to vote Lib Dem is his devotion to EU rule. So he’ll vote Labour despite all the evils it promotes. But in his view Labour wasn’t sufficiently opposed to British democracy being negated. So he voted Lib Dem and has been kicked out. Alistair Campbell is a twisted man.

It’s interesting to see, however, that the party can actually expel undesirables. It’s been so indulgent of anti-semites, anti-semitism and the harrassment of Jews that it’s being investigated by the Equalities and Human Rights Commission. When the Labour Party created the EHRC it was intended to investigate political opponents, so it’s delicious that the party itself is now in its sights. I love it when that happens.

Incidentally only one other political party has been investigated by the EHRC, Labour’s fellow socialists the BNP.

 

8 Responses to “CAMPBELL DEFENESTRATED BY LABOUR”

  1. Shhhh!

    You might be next agent, Moore. 😉

    Lord Heseltine has suffered a similar fate. Ahhh !

  2. Is this the same Mr Campbell who said on Good Morning Britain that if you add up all the Remain-favouring parties’ votes (including Labour) then remain won on overall numbers? If so, why didn’t he vote Labour then? Kind of gives the lie to his point, as he obviously didn’t feel that his own party was sufficiently pro-remain….

  3. The Tories and Labour official position is to respect and deliver BREXIT. Their unofficial position isn’t. For me their duplicity to both sides of the debate rules them out.

  4. Well there you have it then: If Campbell and Heseltine felt that their own parties weren’t sufficiently remain to vote for them themselves, (and they should know, if anyone should) then we can hardly count all Conservative and Labour votes as being remain, can we?

  5. I read a report today (the Telegraph perhaps) which said that if these voting results were translated, consituency by constituency, into a general election then TBP would have an overall majority of almost 200 seats.
    In years past, I would have said that it’s largely just a “protest vote” whose effect will dwindle hugely come the next election, but this time I’m not so sure, I’ve never seen anything like this level of rage and fury against the mainstream parties, going on the comments sections of online news outlets.
    IMO, TBP’s only weakness right now is a lack of charismatic spokespeople other than Mr Farage. In fact, as UKIP was a few years back, TBP’s popular appeal is almost 100% vested in Farage himself. He’s born for it, people vote for HIM. I hope he has tight security and doesn’t accept any dubious initations to rallies in Salisbury…

  6. The Tories and Labour official position is to respect and deliver BREXIT

    Mark, I’ve outlined this to you a few times Now. Unless you think the Customs Union and the Single Market is delivering Brexit what you state above is not the official position of Labour as per p.26 of its 2017 election manifesto.

    Even while the leadership was taken over by overt Marxists, Maoists, terrorist sympathisers

    Isn’t there a prominent one of those ‘Marxist terrorist sympathisers’ in the Brexit Party?

  7. Paul

    You cite Labour, what about the Tories ? You know, the ones that won the election and are in government ?

  8. What about the Tories? This is what you wrote:

    The Tories and Labour official position is to respect and deliver BREXIT

    I corrected the incorrection.