How is it ‘entryism‘ for socialists to join Labour, then vote for their leader? If members of the Green Party join Labour then what problem does Harriet Harman or Alan Johnson have with that?
First-past-the-post – in combination with media bias – denies voters in England any real choice to the priorities of the CBI and NSA. Jeremy Corbyn can do for England something similar to what Nicola Sturgeon has done in Scotland: make voting something worth doing.
Is Harriet Harman scared that these ex-Green Party members will help Jeremy Corbyn expose the role of MI5 and Special Branch spying on Jeremy Corbyn, Nicola Sturgeon, Diane Abbott, Doreen Lawrence, Ken Loach, Dave Nellist, Caroline Lucas and god knows how many of my Facebook friends?
What terrifies Harriet Harman is that every Wednesday, Labour’s next leader will expose David Cameron’s 24% dictatorship requiring protection from the likes of Alan Johnson? She hates the idea that Jeremy Corbyn will subject to democratic scrutiny, at every single Prime Minister’s Questions, how Alan Johnson, Jack Straw, David Blunkett, Jacqui Smith, Charles Clarke, as Labour Home Secretaries, sanctioned the use of police spies to engage, at the tax-payers expense, state rape and child sex abuse and the murder of Catholic civil liberties lawyers like Pat Finucane, as well as their paying Stake Knife to murder Special Branch’s own informers.
It is not socialists like Ken Loach whose votes should be ruled out. It is the ultra-right-wing bastards like Tony Blair who shouldn’t have a vote.
Why should someone who made £100,000,000 from his war crimes in Iraq, having dragged yuppie entryists into Labour in order to destroy the Labour party’s historic commitment to public ownership of the means of production, distribution and exchange. Those Tory bastards should never have been allowed to vote in the Labour Party. They are the bastards who voted to give more powers to Special Branch, MI5 and GCHQ after everything we know about Kincora child sex abuse and coverups on an industrial scale over generations.
It is the Blairites who don’t deserve a vote because they think that opposition to David Cameron’s Welfare Bill meant not voting against it, despite his disgusting Tory government having a majority of votes in parliament with a mandate of less than one quarter of the electorate. It is Harriet Harman who is an entryist, not socialists determined to vote for Jeremy Corbyn.