Friday, December 13, 2019

First tweet says it all

Tweet (Benjamin Netanyahu):
"Congratulations my friend @BorisJohnson on your historic victory. This is a great day for the people of Great Britain and for the friendship between us."
Tweet (Ed Rooksby):
"But this can't go on can it? Zero hour contracts, young people not being able - ever - to be in a position to buy a house, lumbered with debt for the rest of their lives, paying 3 quarters of your income on rent? And these Tory fucks will ramp it up. Something *has* to snap."
Morales and Corbyn made the same mistake, of failing to grasp the severity of the problem facing them and their respective countries, and preparing for it (the Morales problem more specifically was in failing to deal with the military in the fashion that Venezuela has). Sad to see Corbyn go but his trying to be nice to everybody made him the author of his own misfortune, and sadly the tragedy of a whole country.  When the Khazars attacked him he needed to do two things:
  1. 'gas the kikes' (of course!);
  2. stand firmly and unequivocally behind Brexit and avoid the insulting (to the voters) second referendum.
A 1930s real progressive wouldn't have made these obvious mistakes as a 1930s progressive would have understood what the real (((problem))) was.  What is even more sad is that it is clear that Corbyn did understand the (((problem))), but just couldn't bring himself to deal with (((it))).  The real lesson is that real progressive leaders have to be a lot tougher, and a lot more proactive in facing the (((problem that we all face))).

There is something really weird going on in the world, with Israel becoming weaker with each passing day, yet the Khazars winning everywhere else in their various attempts to prop it up by suborning the governments of other western countries.
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