Watch to the end
Labour ‘leader’ Keir Starmer has delivered a vapid, waffling and detail-free speech about Labour values today and his vision for Britain – and (of course) about ‘patriotism’ and (double of course) his past as the Establishment’s Director of Public Prosecutions. No real details or substance, of course, though you’ll struggle to find that mentioned in the collusive centrist media.
But it did contain one amusing and revealing moment when Starmer stammered and stumbled over the word ‘respect’ – and couldn’t get it out without first having a drink of water from a glass on the lectern:
Somehow, it seems unlikely he’d have stumbled over the words ‘contempt’, ‘arrogance’ or betrayal.
Someone who knew about respect was Aretha Franklin. Enjoy:
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