The Seven Dwarfs

Not unexpected, and delayed for a number of weeks now, seven Labour MPs have resigned and set-up their own independent group. The seven MPs are Luciana Berger, Chris Leslie, Angela Smith, Gavin Shuker, Ann Coffey, Mike Gapes and Chuka Umunna. These are all Blairites who want to remain in the EU, and who always support wars and continued austerity, and put the interests of Israel above the interests of the United Kingdom. As events unfold over the coming weeks they’ll no doubt be joined by more rebels, from the Conservative party as well. In my opinion these people are totally out of touch with the mood of the nation, and will go down the plughole of history. Bring on another general election, I say, preferably in June, and let us get shot of these cockroaches once and for all. Incidentally, I find great irony in all this, since we’re just about at the 40th anniversary of when someone called Margaret Thatcher was elected as prime minister, in May 1979, when all this madness began.

Here’s Mr Galloway’s instant response to today’s events…

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8 Responses to The Seven Dwarfs

  1. freddy says:

    George is an excellent speaker, I agree with his points and always watch his show. I wonder how many Conservative M.P.’s will dump May and join the Labour rebels?

    • Rob Godfrey Rob Godfrey says:

      From what I can make out, there will be a large number of Tories who will cross over to this centrist party, particularly if there’s a no-deal Brexit on 29th March (which seems ever increasingly likely).

    • Rob Godfrey Rob Godfrey says:

      Oh, and with regard to Galloway, he’s now heavily censored on his UK TalkRadio show on Friday evenings (he’s no longer allowed to even mention Israel). Galloway has a number of other platforms, where he can speak freely, RT being the obvious one, but you can also find him on platforms like this (it’s an Iranian station)…

      George is apparently also going to start his own version of Question Time this coming summer, which might be interesting!

  2. freddy says:

    The motive of the knife attacker was not immediately clear
    French police shot and wounded a man in central Marseille on Tuesday after he attacked four people in the southern port city, a police source said.

    The individual had tried to take a gun out to fire on police officers before they shot him

    • freddy says:

      The seven jumpers have today been joined by an eight jumper
      Joan Ryan has become the eighth Labour MP to quit the party in the past 48 hours, citing a “culture of anti-Jewish racism”.

      The Enfield North MP said she was “horrified, appalled and angered” by Labour’s failure to tackle anti-Semitism, saying its leadership allowed “Jews to be abused with impunity”.

      Ms Ryan said she did not believe Jeremy Corbyn was fit to lead the country.

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