Think, Think About

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I have been rather quiet on this front for  some while wondering what the consequences of the general election would be. I made no bones about the fact I thought Ed Miliband would make a decent prime minister with a mixture of real politic and compassion not trying to bring in swingeing cuts to blight British society. But the Fascist newspaper and media owners thought otherwise with a vicious character assassination of a good man and his family. Being in the pocket of the SNP and selling out Britain’s security, well you achieved your aim, the multi millionaires from Eton continue to rule. These are people who have no understanding of what real life is all about and can never have that understanding no matter how many photo shoots can be arranged showing the man of the people.

That is now all in the past, Ed Miliband resigned! I thought prematurely, but being a decent man he took the blame for a failure in one general election. The Labour party went into its usual deep look at itself, and found the culprit for its loss in the election was the extreme right-wing ownership of most media outlets in the UK.  So there was only one option an extreme left-wing response, destroy the foundation of the conservative parties pre-eminence, they put the vast publicity machine and funding in the hands of their supporters.

When Lenin took control of Russia, the right-wing world screamed in horror at this communist upstart. But then he died, and Joe Stalin controlled that vast country and he only killed Forty million Russians, we won’t count the other countries. Now I am not comparing Ed Miliband to Lenin (unlike the British press) or am I comparing Jeremy Corbyn to Joseph Stalin? but the analogy is there for all to see.

Jeremy Corbyn couldn’t be elected as Prime Minister could he?

Well he certainly couldn’t be elected as leader of the labour party, oh but he has been! And according to the opinion polls people are not running away screaming pulling their hair out in shock and disbelief, what will this madman do if elected?

A bit like the conservatives who today seek revenge on the BBC, Mr Corbyn might, could, will bring forth destruction upon the right-wing press. New laws restricting ownership by foreign companies, removal of tax benefits to family trusts and generally being very unpleasant.

So owners of the right-wing newspapers you destroyed a politician you could work with for dogma, and in his place you now have a politician who hates you and everything you stand for. As your headlines keep screaming out he is unelectable but he has one foot on the ladder and in five years time your headlines will seem tired and pointless especially as all the cuts that will now take place dig into ordinary people s live and make economic misery for many.

Remember sixty-four percent of the voting population did not vote conservative.



(c)  Michael Douglas Bosc

About michaeldouglasbosc

I am retired and live with my wife on a small olive finca in the middle of a forest in the mountains of Spain in Catalonya. I served 9years in the armed services, am an engineer and because of my love of navy sailing ships a naval historian of the 1700-1800's, plus the author of 10 books. When I retired I started writing adult books my first being A Soldiers Wind. Then came Stanley's story again adult books such was his life. Another book on life in the 1950's this very much an adult book. I have now returned to my love of the sea and my latest navy book 'A Plymouth Story' follows the life of Dr James Blackstock. But Clearing In The Forest is an historical fantasy set in the middle ages at the end of King Johns reign. All the books are published on Kindle and Create a Space in paperback. I have worked all my life and for relaxation I sailed a coastal yacht for many years, but deep inside me was a writer waiting to get out. So when I retired I started writing I find story telling both relaxing and - for me - a pleasure.
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