Seems the mainstream media are already bending over backwards to pour cold water on Labour’s official policy launch. Last week’s leaked draft generated so much interest and excitement – and a huge groundswell – and was so bold and transformative that it was inevitable that the Establishment would react against it and misportray the official document today.
The launch has created far more interest than would normally be the case for a manifesto launch, with crowds too great to fit into the venue so that many had to look in from outside:
It even went up several floors to the roof:
And some were even ready for the typical anti-Labour spin from certain reporters:
The media have, predictably, been attacking Labour’s costing of their commitments, even though the Tories have offered only hot air and wishful thinking for the few comprehensible policies they’ve offered. But everything is covered:
Labour manifesto costings in full: spend £48.6bn a year and raise £48.6bn a year. Beautiful symmetry pic.twitter.com/3PfgoBq16a
— Kevin Maguire (@Kevin_Maguire) May 16, 2017
Don’t be told what to think of a document that promises a genuinely better future for you and your family. See for yourself via these clear and concise graphics:
The most transformative policy manifesto in at least a lifetime – and every penny of cost covered in a concrete, financially-literate way.
The billionaires who control most of the mainstream media hate it. But the people of Bradford loved it:
— For The Many (@ForTheMany2020) May 16, 2017
You will, too – as long as you find out about it for yourself and don’t let the media tell you what to think about it.
Labour’s manifesto offers a genuinely once-in-a-lifetime chance for the people of this country to take it back from the vested interests that are now busy telling you it’s uncosted and unaffordable.
Wonder why those billionaires and Establishment figures would do that, eh?
It’s very simple – Labour are for the many. The ‘few’ don’t want you to think it’s possible.
Decide for yourself – then vote Labour on 8th June. And get the word out so others do the same.
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