CORBYNMANIA HAS gripped not only the plebeian Left, but parts of the affluent Labour communities in London, Notting Hill, Islington, Primrose Hill, Hampstead, and many other middle class Labour supporting redoubts throughout London, where dear Jeremy is doing very well in his attempt to win the leadership of the Labour Party. There is a kind of mass hysteria among the London Guardianista. It is as if they have signed up to a new cult. The Great Leader, Jeremy Corbyn, speaks the common tongue; he has 'new' policies; he has the common touch which Miliband never had: he offers, in plain and unexpurgated language that which any spinmeister would readily disapprove of: he represents that old time socialist religion – which is anything but new in Corbyn's or any other sane persons conception.
We witnessed the same kind of disenchantment with our political class earlier, when they, from both the Left and the Right within our press, pounced upon and ridiculed Nigel Farage; then lived to regret it come the local and European elections. It seems to me that it is not only the politicians per- say, but the whole awful gravy train of journalists in the media, who have pandered to the politicians and fought for their much sought after positions in becoming part of the lobby system.
Jeremy Corbyn is the Left's Nigel Farage; but his populism is restricted to London, whereas Farage carried all parts of the country with him, apart, that is, from London. How will Corbyn, if he is elect leader of the Labour Party, tackle the concerns of white working class voters over immigration? Farage answered this question: Corbyn, if he is true to his open and un-spun rhetoric, will welcome all comers from all parts of the world who say they are in peril and seek asylum. How will he separate such genuine cases for consideration from purely economic migrants who will take jobs from the indigenous population? Or does he not accept such a differential – thus concluding that all are welcome on our shores from whatever corner of the world they wish to overrun us from.
WHAT WE HAVE is a serious disenchantment with party politicians within the two main parties. The so called battle for the middle ground which both the main parties still believe in, is no longer acceptable to many parts of the country; both Farage and Corbyn from opposite points on the political compass have captured between them enough discontent for Farage to win the EU elections, and for Corbyn to become the next leader of the Labour Party. The middle ground is changing in British politics and if it goes ignored by the liberal establishment then both the main parties as well as the establishment will suffer the consequences.
Under such circumstances there will evolve a new centre ground, depending upon who wins the current ideological battle; a battle surrounding not the traditional ideological conflict between socialism and capitalism represented by the Labour and Tory parties. But a new conflict; not about purely ideological differences, but about the way we handle mass migration on our shores: the liberal centre ground has no other answer than to submit to the invasion.
Immigration is now the UK citizen's greatest concern and the two main political parties have no answer to it because they both support being members of the European Union; and as such cannot stop such migration. Whatever any British politician within the two main parties tells you about restricting immigration; they are lying and playing for time, hoping you will not wake up to the fraud they are perpetrating upon you.
The British people must understand one thing. The British government has little or no control over who enters our borders from within Europe; and when Cameron promises to restrict immigration, he has not the power to do so. As for those migrants travelling from North Africa to Italy; and from Turkey to Greece before embarking on a Journey through Macedonia into northern Europe, to find a home in either Germany or, after being held up in Calais, to make their way to the UK; we are apparently helpless to prevent such an incursion upon our indigenous culture: an incursion which will eventually swamp the UKs indigenous people.
Our politicians are media creations; they dissemble on such a scale that it has become second nature. Straight answers to straight questions are worked around, and have become part and parcel of the professional politician's artistry when being interviewed in a television studio.
No wonder supporters from both the Left and the Right, or for that matter among the floating voters, turn to the likes of Nigel Farage and Jeremy Corbyn. Our politicians have effectively been neutered by Schengen when it comes to tackling mass immigration. Open boarders have proven to have been catastrophic, and carry with them the prospect of social unrest all over the European continent…soon crowds of our white indigenous people; tolerant people: even people who welcomed immigrants from the commonwealth; will be chanting 'Enoch was right.' Enoch may indeed turn out to have been right: as he quoted, 'Those whom the Gods wish to destroy they first make mad.'