I were a voter in Britain, I would vote for Jeremy Corbyn. If he had
a fair treatment from the media – that would make a big
difference.” NOAM CHOMSKY
that is not going to happen, it is up to the rest of us to make that difference. The December 12 election is the most important one in
my life. Perhaps I should add in my conscious political life because
I was alive when Clement Atlee was elected in 1945, but was too busy
soiling my nappies. That Labour government radically changed politics
in this country. It rejected the callous Depression-era policies of the
30s and passed the National Health Service Act, providing free
universal healthcare and the National Insurance Act which gave
sickness, unemployment benefits and pensions.
are faced with a similar choice to 1945. Will this country continue
tolerating the austerity policies whose benefits have helped the
few or change direction to help the many?
to the sum of £8.8 million by the Home Office, (your and my money),
they promote BSBT – 'Building a Stronger Britain Together'. Sounds
innocuous and positive doesn’t it? But they specialise in promoting
anti-Corbyn messages, mostly about his falsely-accused anti-semitism. They are liars when they say he has sympathy for Syria’s Basher Al Asad, supports governments
that violate human rights, allege that he is a ‘security threat’
and that he 'has linked up with groups who have a very poor record of
relationships with communal Jewish organisations.'
to The Canary's reporting. which tells us that in 1987, Jeremy Corbyn successfully campaigned to stop property developers taking over a Jewish cemetery. Then he was fighting a Margaret Hodge-led Islingron Council. Yes, that
Margaret Hodge who smears Corbyn as an anti-semite. The Council wanted to 'destroy the gravestones and dig-up and rebury bodies' to build
I am not able to canvas the streets for Labour, but I can cyber canvas. I will continue to post regular blogs on issues which you won’t
read about in the Main Stream Media (MSM) in an attempt to disseminate the truth..
will find my articles at www.davidwilson.org.uk Recent ones include "Meeting Ken", "Health Rats", "No More Tweedles", "Brexit Jokers", "Fight for the NHS", many of which have been published on the People's Campaign for Corbyn—thanks to Alice Kilroy—the London Economic and other non-MSM websites.