This is either a so-called tin foil hat post or the shape of things to come and soon.
For me the use of that tin foil hat description regarding what some think are conspiracy theories and paranoia is offensive. We should never forget the plight of those with mental health issues, these days all too often let down by society and the state. But that's another story
So on to the Labour Party conference fix which is either real, perceived or fantasy.
All the evidence over the last month or so has indicated it is real.
Shame the plotters cannot throw that much energy into their paid roles.
Looking at conference coverage Tuesday the fix by the right wing of the Labour Party, those who like to call themselves moderates or centrists but who critics prefer to call red Tories or Tory-lite, is ongoing.
It was hilarious to read a post in the Independent Tuesday posted as "an exclusive" as, if you use social media and read articles and blogs by ordinary people, you will have seen reports of plans to manipulate conference to suit reported over a period of time.
If Corbyn supporters acted in a similar fashion they would be castigated by all including the mainstream media but instead the only "news" is at the eleventh hour and via leaks from those involved.
Of course this is all designed to undermine Jeremy Corbyn's speech Wednesday.
With reports circulating that plotters will be trying to ensure the anti-Corbyn brigade fill the hall or ensure it is not full who knows what will follow.
Deputy Party leader Tom Watson received massive cheers Tuesday but was the love genuine? If you take a look at the image above from the Progress boss it certainly looks like the audience was fixed for Tom.
With reports circulating today that there will be claims the hall is full when it is not and people turned away in order to make it look like Corbyn has little support who knows what is really going.
But one thing is clear.
The Independent was saying nothing new except to readers who do not use social media.
The lack of earlier mainstream media reporting on various Labour Party fixes and ongoing plots and the timing of the "exclusive" highlights how manipulated and out of touch the mainstream media really is.
It also shows that devious plotters within the Labour Party have no intention of respecting Saturday's election result.
And it is not a good look.
The Independent may choose to say "Exclusive: Officials and MPs worked for months behind the scenes to ensure decision-making delegates sent to Liverpool were not from the party’s hard-left" but it omits relevant details including the unfair and unnecessary purge of Corbyn supporters from the party especially those who would have attended conference and supported Jeremy Corbyn.
Yes anyone would think these "geniuses" were Tories.
"Jeremy Corbyn has been outflanked by Labour centrists who worked for months behind the scenes to ensure they could win key conference battles, The Independent can reveal. A group of MPs and key officials oversaw a drive to make certain that decision-making delegates sent to Labour conference in Liverpool were centrist rather than from the party’s hard left. Their efforts proved a success today when the delegates passed a motion to hand seats on the party’s all-important ruling executive to figures likely to oppose an increase in Corbynite influence."
They are of course not "centrists" and people such as this writer is not "hard left" but when has the mainstream media let a few facts stand in its way?
Check back later for an update of what-will-be-will-be.
Progress is a right wing group within the Labour Party that opposes Corbyn and harks back to the power grab years of Tony Blair. The mainstream media prefer to concentrate on attacking Momentum allowing progress a free rein to undermine party democracy.
Plotters plotted in the Labour Party and there is no indication that they are ready to respect the vote which returned Jeremy Corbyn as party leader Saturday.
Scheming is the order of the day for some but why?
It has nothing to do with Team Corbyn's electability and all to do with self-servatism, the politics of greed and personal opinions about what should be the direction of Labour.
Is the Labour Party policy moving to the left or the right? Does the electorate really need another centrist or right-wing political party? Surely after years of Tory cuts, at times propped up by the Liberal Democrats, we need a left of centre political party in the mix. A real left-wing political party not a pretence.
Tuesday the BBC's Daily politics is debating conference events this morning.
They are reporting on an angry morning when internal party politics is the main news.
Yes UNITY is something the hard right who like to call themselves centrists or moderates will never accept.
Polly Toynbee and Andrew Neil are picking the bones out of this morning but they are not letting a few facts get in the way.
Ordinary members of the electorate, those who do not follow politics deeply and rely on media sources such as the BBC, are as always getting an anti-Corbyn view with salient points missing.
Today the right-wing of the Labour Party had a win. The BBC reports:
But remember that is the BBC's angle.
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