Gemma O’Doherty

The presstitute’s reaction to this year’s Labour Party conference has been hilarious, to say the least. Today John McDonnell gave a speech outlining some of the most radical proposals that have been seen in British politics in more than three decades. The batshit crazy neocons must have been having the vapours – whilst high on cocaine and buggering small boys. The neocons can’t directly attack these policies, because they’re incredibly sensible and popular, so instead we get more of the anti-semitism rollocks, which was quite disgracefully punted on yesterday’s Andrew Marr show. They’re absolutely terrified of Corbyn & Co, aren’t they, and I have to say that the likes of Corbyn and McDonnell are incredibly brave, because they’re quite aware that by going up against the Establishment they are putting their lives at risk.

But I’m not going to get into all that here. Instead, let’s go across to Ireland (because at the moment I have to be a bit careful about telling you what’s going on here in France), where there’s similar dissent: Gemma O’Doherty is a multi award-winning journalist who recently ran to become President of Ireland (you can find her web site here – although she doesn’t update it regularly). Likewise, Gemma O’Doherty is quite well aware of the risk she is running in this neocon lunatic asylum that we now all inhabit (another war, anyone?). If interested here’s a recent interview with O’Doherty, on a local radio station in Cork (they rarely, if ever, let her on the MSM)…

Postscript: Gemma O’Doherty failed to get the votes required to run for President of Ireland (here).

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