Friday, 9 June 2017
They Said It Couldn't Be Done
The MSM and the backstabbing Blairites said that if Labour moved to the left, they'd be over and done with as a credible party.
They said that Corbyn was out of date and that he'd never engage this country with his politics.
They said it couldn't be done.
Comrades, they were wrong.
I've had about three hours sleep, but my optimism is unshakeable. Optimism is a weapon.
But hear are the facts; Corbyn has done more to increase his parties majority since Attlee in '45.
Grassroots activism has won out over the tired, arrogant Westminster bubble. People heard the nasty smears, the lies and propaganda of the MSM and they told them were to shove it. Murdoch stormed out of The Times after hearing that exit poll - his bitter grip on UK politics is finally slipping. The Blairites are already trying to grab some of the sheen of Corbyn's campaign for themselves, claiming that this result is down to the efficiency of the Labour party machine and that they were always left wing, that it's the media who have moved the goalposts; it's a laughably desperate, pitiful act of yesterday's men who have had their day. The truth is that the youth of this country heard what Jeremy Corbyn had to say and replied with 'that is the future we want for ourselves. That is the country we want to live in' Each and every one of them, each and every one of you who voted Labour yesterday, are utterly beautiful and I thank you from the very bottom of my heart.
Solidarity comrades and take heart; change is going to come tomorrow. This morning is uncertain, but what is 100% certain is that even if Theresa May manages to form a government, her massive gamble, her hubris and arrogance failed, and her party is severely wounded as a result.
Everything they said couldn't be done has been done. June really is the end of May. The day of the Mayfly is over.