The Labour party’s strong inclusion, equality and diversity principles are being used to undermine the party by the neoliberal right, as part of an ongoing propaganda war. Jeremy Corbyn throughout his leadership – and particularly before elections – has been accused of “siding” with variety of state constructed and reconstucted ‘enemies’. However, every Labour leader with the exception of Tony Blair, who was conveniently neoliberal, has been accused of having some kind of ‘sympathy’ with Russia.
It’s a Conservative idée fixe that began with the fake Zinoviev letter and should have ended with Ben Bradley’s libellousattempt at combining Conservative malice with bon mot. The Conservatives are creatures of tradition and habit, no matter how much the world moves on, they try to pull it back to where they stand.
The Conservatives’ McCarthyist leitmotif of ‘enemies and the traitor’ reveals a lot about their own operant bullying…
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