Cometh the time, Cometh the man.
The Establishment really, really, really, doesnt get it do they?
Its not so much what Jeremy Corbyn is saying. Its what he is offering that's making the difference. Every time a representative of the establishment, be it the BBC and other Media, MP's, Civic Leaders and the like comes out and makes a statement about the unelectability of Corbyn's Labour, or attempt some kind of character assassination of those around him we (Entryists, Trots and the like) kick back and his power becomes stronger.
He portrays the power of collectivism in a way that is shaking the very foundations of British society.
On the one hand we have people who for one reason or another have grown suspicious of the 'Established Order', either in their own lives through insecure jobs, housing and the like, or have become disillusioned with the self inflicted Terrorism threats they witness and all the awful consequences of getting involved in other peoples domestic wars. We should be involved, but in a way that helps resolve these conflicts, not pouring petrol on the flames. The middle east is awash with weapons manufactured in Britain and the west!!!
On the other hand we have the Establishment wanting more of the platitudinous same, in the interests of their 'British justice' whilst at the same time feeding off the profits of the masses who are just about getting by in poor housing , poor jobs, children having no future and increasing waiting health issue lists. The wealth creators seeing little prospect of wealth for their children.
Then the Likes of Sadiq Khan and Kezia Dugdale, now seen in some ways as reflective of the old Labour way of doing things, like shoehorning candidates into power; then they forget their roots so quickly and become themselves part of this 'establishment' that people have so much antipathy towards.
A sort of payback time for being given a nudge in the right direction.
Anyone with any sense and in power should have realised that you cannot defend the indefensible by condemning such a huge movement without it having some kind of back lash. The Royals know this and practise this neutrality-hence they survive as they are always seen generally as bystanders.
The Establishment are using all their power to stop this Social revolution juggernaught which is growing daily.
The natives have watched the faltered uprisings elsewhere on the Continent in places like Spain and Greece and have learned much from it. One thing the British have when push comes to shove is a collective will to succeed.
It is only people like Corbyn and Churchill before him who instinctively tap into the hopes and fears of the masses and will them on to do that which seems impossible.
Both men have had their respective critics and both men made big mistakes too, but they both have that ability to rise above it all and succeed where lesser men fear to tread.
I am happy to have lived during the lifetime of both these people who in their respective ways will harness the power of the people for the good of Great Britain.
Thanks as always to Steve Howard
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