How amusing from Aditya

The 2016 referendum was won by rightwing millionaires using the poor and ignored as political cover

Gaining the votes of the demos is elitism now, is it?

How very different from North Islington millionaires using the poor and ignored to institute socialism……

17 thoughts on “How amusing from Aditya”

  1. The Left project. Everything they say about their opponents is in fact the truth about themselves. The Left have used societal groups as ‘cover’ for socialism since its inception. And when they have no more use they get dropped. Ask the working classes. Ask gays. Ask ethnic minorities who have the temerity to work hard and move themselves out of poverty. In a few years ask women.

  2. wow european union is the rootiest of all grasses sure Aditaya, be a bit careful though- rememember carol’s still in hotwater with your narrative.

  3. “And when the real-estate mogul Richard Tice turns up on TV decrying the dangerous, anti-British behaviour of taking a knee, the only thing that stops him getting laughed off set are his credentials as a leading Brexiter”.

    The refusal of the masses to embrace kneeling is really getting to them.

    (Also I’d be interested to know what TV programme he is referring to. Credentials as a leading Brexiteer have not notably led to acceptance and a fair hearing by those “on set”).

  4. Meanwhile the UK has signed a free trade deal with Singapore.
    International Trade Secretary Liz Truss is now travelling to Vietnam to conclude a trade agreement with that country.

    -Liz is looking like someone who needs to be honoured.

  5. This is why these people always fail. They don’t know many of the working class, except the few people trying to get trade unions into Amazon (most people in factories don’t care about unionisation) or their cleaners.

    Drinking with security guards or spending time in a factory break room is hugely revealing. My opinions on the long-term unemployed are mostly formed by hanging around with working people. They fucking hate benefit queens and people who live on the dole, far more than the middle classes, because they know these people. They’ll tell you all about them, and you realise that the long-term unemployed are basically workshy or anti-social.

  6. My first thought was, he lied in every word,
    That hoary cripple, with malicious eye
    Askance to watch the workings of his lie
    On mine, and mouth scarce able to afford
    Suppression of the glee, that pursed and scored
    Its edge, at one more victim gained thereby.

  7. @Bloke on M4
    Drinking with security guards or spending time in a factory break room is hugely revealing.

    It is isn’t it? I would think the Brits I’m still in contact with are largely those sorts of people. Ex workmates. Guys from the pub. Business contacts who’ve become friends. The amount of overt racism I hear from them in phone conversations, Whatsap messages or when they’re visiting is stunning. And the presumption, by being one of the lads, I agree with the sentiments expressed. It’s far more marked than it would have been 20 years ago. Then, there wasn’t any particular malice in it. These days it’s meant. There seems to be something very dark going on over there. Suppressing the public voicing of certain points of view hasn’t expunged them. It’s just driven them below the visible horizon & reinforced them. Heaven knows where that’s going to end up.

  8. Bloke in North Dorset

    “Populism – when the voters don’t vote the way the gentry tell them”

    More like the bourgeoisie than the gentry. The gentry just get on with their life’s regardless.

  9. BiS

    To quote a well known Canadian professor ‘ this is psychology 101 – suppress something and it will come back with a vengeance’

  10. Populism – when the voters don’t vote the way the gentry tell them

    Just like Feminism – Empowering women to make choices that Feminists agree with.

  11. Bloke in North Dorset

    “ To quote a well known Canadian professor ‘ this is psychology 101 – suppress something and it will come back with a vengeance’”

    See also be epidemiology 101 on coronavirus management

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