Reblogged from Raedwald
The loathsome Emily Thornbury’s sneering at ordinary people during the last election campaign was just a peek behind the curtain that usually hides both Labour’s hatred of the British working class and its fear of their realising their own capacity for independence. June 23rd was rightly a day on which this brave cohort of our people growled and set the establishment trembling. It was the day on which the working class showed they were wise to Labour’s exploitation.
And it really won’t help the readers of the Guardian if that rag continues to term anything that empowers the working class as ‘populist’, any more than it helps to label them ‘vulgar’ or sneer at their homes.
The establishment needs to understand that democracy means that our people are truly free – for the first time in a century free from Labour’s enervating talons piercing their flesh – to use universal suffrage and the secret ballot for their own interests.
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