In 2016, the United Nations (UN) condemned the Tories and LibDems for an ‘Austerity’ policy (between 2010-2015) – which saw the sudden withdrawal of State
I have written these series of articles because an 80-year-old (British) Indian man is currently sitting in a UK prison, and has been there since
Let’s face it, Theresa May is in power by default and is supported by a corrupt media and establishment that has lurched ever further to the right since 1979. The British people can handle corruption providing it is ‘fair’, but now things are beyond a joke.
The reactionary regimes of the world mimic the progressive rhetoric (and institutions) of the Socialist regimes (and movements), in an attempt to project the false
Recently, Oxford University has confirmed that as of January 2015 – 30,000 British had died of these Tory and LibDem ‘Austerity’ measures. This makes the UK only the second nation in the Europe to be found guilty of such a heinous crime – behind that of Adolf Hitler’s Nazi Germany.
So prolific (and lucrative) has this ‘social cleansing’ policy become, that not even Jeremy Corbyn – the so-called ‘People’s Prime Minister’ – will publically address this issue, with his Labour apologists refusing to acknowledge that many of the worst offenders in London have been Local Labour Councils.