My Dear Political Reader
It has been a hard time for Jeremy Corbyn to become nominated for the Labour leadership. Even his own labour party members of parliament tried to sabotage him. They even said he couldn’t last. Members of his own party, the Conservative, mainstream media scrutinise him, put him under daily interrogation as though they were his judged and modern-day inquisitor. They ridiculed, laughed at him, and said he and the labour party had no chance against Teresa May and the Conservative Party.
Theresa May called the general election, when she really didn’t have to, but because she thought she could wipe the floor, with Jeremy Corbyn, humiliate him and the Labour party with a Tory a landslide which unfortunately for her didn’t happen, she and her party is now again in disarray. Jeremy Corbyn pulled a surprise on her. He stood strong and steadfast in his beliefs held on to his views and his manifesto, although it made some people feel a bit worried. He also had something to say about how people are feeling, and about the country and its services. Theresa May and the Conservatives said nothing more than the country needs a strong leader, and Brexit mean Brexit what does that means? She, kept changing her quirky ideas. Then to top it, she comes up with ideas to take away money from the poorest and most disadvantaged and vulnerable in society, and the house most of those people worked for. Maybe that house is all that they have to leave for their children and grandchildren. Haven’t she and her adviser heard the saying, an Englishman home is his castle, or they thought it meant for only the very rich who can afford expensive insurance for their care when they become aged, so that their children can inherit their home. The people have woken up and have voted. I hope politicians and their party stop-taking people for granted. ©kb