The Conservative Party conference is imminent. It will be unelected party leader and Prime Minister Theresa May's first conference as leader. The Tory Party has deep divisions but unlike the Labour Party it is good at closing ranks and showing a united front to the world.
Sadly the Labour Party has traditionally aired all its dirty laundry for the world to see or has it?
Watching BBCQT Thursday the rightwing's ongoing game plan was obvious. Jeremy Corbyn was bad-mouthed as soon as the show kicked off and he featured throughout, negatively of course.
These days though it is not just a hostile media concentrating on Labour negatives but enemies within supplying damaging leaked information.
Thursday Rod Liddle a Sun journalist stuck it to the Labour Party and Corbyn relentlessly.
But remember he is a Rupert Murdoch puppet.
Billionaire Murdoch has undue influence in British politics. If you think that is paranoia or a conspiracy theory consider why potential and elected British leaders meet with that man.
Thursday the Guardian reported "Theresa May had private meeting with Rupert Murdoch. PM met Times and Sun owner last week in New York despite her reputation for keeping the media at arm’s length."
Could you conceive Jeremy Corbyn having such meetings with Murdoch?
With previous Sun political headlines claiming "it was the Sun wot won it" when Tony Blair was elected socialists are extremely wary of the Sun and Murdoch.
The Sun, with its despicable reporting record including phone hacking, misreporting the Hillsborough tragedy and supporting Thatcher while adding lies to reports of the miner's Battle of Orgreave, was banned from the Labour Party conference this week. They could not give The Sun away and free copies were binned.
So Mrs May has received advice and support from Mr Murdoch and the stage is set.
Expect a slick conference with:
If she does will it be that tired BRexit means BRexit mantra?
It may be worth tuning in if you can face "Tory love and mutual admiration."
The saying goes know your enemy well and Mrs May and the Tory Party is no friend of ordinary working and middle class people. If you disagree remember Murdoch is pulling at least a couple of strings.
Andrew Neil finished Thursday's This Week which followed BBCQT with his "funny" aside which last night was "nighty night don't let Mr Corbyn bite." BBC bias to the bitter end.
We are all being played. And ultimately it is the greedy 1% who want the status quo maintained.
It has not been about austerity but waging class war and making the poorest and most vulnerable pay for the fat cats banking crisis.
But is that what you want?
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