The disgruntled beast

Politics and Insights

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Miliband doesn’t pander to populism, and upholds the inclusion, quality and diversity principles that are embedded in policies which labour pioneered. He aims to address and curtail exploitative employers, which of course is the real problem, and not migrants, who are being exploited in the same way that “nationals” are.  We have workfare, analogous to slavery and counterproductive in decreasing unemployment, which is universally exploitative, and absolutely nothing to do with the poor migrants, and everything to do with profit-driven greed, and a government that has encouraged that greed to thrive and flourish at such catastrophic expense to others.

Miliband knows that Britain is not divided by race and culture, it’s divided by wealth inequalities fuelled by the Tory-led Coalition’s “austerity” policies. Blaming the unemployed, the sick and disabled and immigrants for the failings of the government has fuelled misperceptions that drive support for the far right. People complain they can’t get…

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