Since my days as a candidate for the old Liberal Party in local and county council elections I have been struck by the hatred and loathing shown by candidates of left wing parties for anyone who opposes them. This ‘politics of hate’ trend started in the USA, now considered a county so politically polarised civil war is inevitable, but has become an integrat part of UK and European politics, with left wing groups routinely employing rent-a-mob thugs to silence opposition.
The Liberal Democrats fall into this category, having moved from the centre ground of the Liberal Party to the brainless groupthink of far left politics. Years ago I wrote an article on what I believe drives this rabid hatred. It appears that as usual I was years ahead of the crowd.
Corbyn’s Labour resounds with loathing
hat any functional Opposition party would consider an opportunity — current Conservative Party behaviour — Labour treats as another abyss to hurl themselves into. They cannot help it; all narcissists are, at heart, suicide merchants longing to be exposed.
This is, we are told throughout conference in Brighton, a new Labour: organised, united, filled with generous and effective policies — they have found dragon gold — repentant on anti-Semitism and ready to take the fight to the external, rather than the internal, enemy. None of this is true.
I read politics by detail, not spouted fantasies. At a small fringe meeting on the freighted subject of the abuse of women in public life – about 90% of attendees were female, of course, in this party of equality — delegates complained to Diane Abbott, one of the most abused women in public life, that they suffered misogynist abuse in their party.
How could they hope to change the world, one asked, if they could not change themselves? READ FULL ARTICLE >>>