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Thursday 6 August 2015

Life under Corbyn

Would life under a Corbyn administration be that bad? His major policies can be categorised as achievable or otherwise and since most come into the latter category the outcome of his electoral victory might not be so bad as people fear.
Which of his policies are achievable? It is possibly to raise the highest rate of income tax without upsetting the majority of voters but the principal targets are well able to avoid paying it by adopting a strategy of new loopholes and hidden tax havens. Where there's a will, there's a way!
His ideas about the Nationalisation of key industries makes sense. The utilities and railways DO NOT conform to a traditional market economy; they are contrived and currently run against the interests of the electorate. The railways share the same lines and the energy and telephonic industries use the same cables and pipes. The Country needs to take back these industries under the Public domain and run them on a non-profit status. For too long the British people have been shafted by these industries in the name of mammon. It is not, these days, beyond the wit of man to set up a system that works for everyone, especially as some utilities such as water, vital for the Country's wellbeing, should not be in foreign (and therefore possibly enemy) ownership. Workers in these nationalised industries should not be classified as 'civil servants' but employed as if they were in the private domain. Disappointingly, Corbyn will want employees to be entitled to adopt trades unions with full striking capability, posing the biggest single threat to the strategy.
I also like the idea of a National Investment Bank to ensure that Bitish inventions benefit the Nation, not, as so often happened in the past, the Americans and Chinese via worldwide banking interests. Corbyn is right to be wary of the Banks, all capable of treachery in the interests of profit; their only God.

But what of the unachievable? What about his friendship with Hamas and President Maduro of Venezuela? From the first minute that Corbyn enters No 10 he will be told the facts of life, including the unacceptibility of his idea to cancel Trident.
With regard to Hamas, I suggest that the Israeli Secret Service, Mossad, have a hold on British politics. I believe they have proof of a British Governmental shame, so great as to discredit all British policy since the eighties and later. They will ensure that Corbyn toes the line as every Prime Minister has since then and does not upset Israel. As Israel's greatest ally, the US will insist on the same.
The CIA is also privy to the British Government's shame and therefore influences the UK's policies. They and Mossad lead the UK by the snout adopting a stick and carrot approach with British politicians. Do as we say and we will look after you; go your own way and we cannot be responsible for what happens to you - or your family.
Have you, by any chance, noticed what happened to Blair. Despite his being out of office and a failure, he managed to make a lot of money on the talk circuit. Why? Maybe it was because, under pressure from the CIA, he pushed the UK into the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, despite grave misgivings. To a lesser extent, could it be that Gordon Brown has made money by the same route. How? Because they are benefitting from the carrot side of the policy. Do as we tell you and we will see that you and your family are financially secure. It's not only the Prime Ministers. Have they got to Hatton as well and probably Chilcot? Hatton's report was widely thought of as a whitewash and is Chilcot so frightened he daren't publish a report that is well overdue?
Remember the ex Attorney General, Dominic Grieve? Despite overwhelming evidence that the Dr. Kelly enquiry was flawed, he sat on his hands and resisted the call for an inquest. Was he compromised as well? Was his family threatened? I wouldn't be at all surprised because National Government agencies act like Mafia families. Comply or die!
In the end, Corbyn will have to go through the motions of leadership, making changes that might hold back 'globalisation' in the UK markets which may be beneficial but essentially doing as he's told by forces beyond his control.
And what is this National shame? Perhaps we have a clue with questions being asked about Edward Heath KG.

In other words, if Corbyn becomes Prime Minister, we will hardly notice the difference.

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