Keir Starmer is trending on Twitter after yet another egregious insult to victims of the state, tweeting this morning that Bloody Sunday ‘unfolded’, as if it was some natural sequence of events rather than the state-sanctioned and stated-covered murder of innocent civilians.
Young Labour, yet again showing itself the only real Labour organisation still functioning, put him right:
The disgust at Starmer’s latest offence led to his words trending on Twitter, as thousands expressed their contempt and anger:
As Young Labour pointed out, Starmer also acted against the people of Northern Ireland (and the rest of us) by ordering Labour MPs to abstain on the ‘Spycops’ bill to give immunity to police officers and troops who commit crimes in the name of ‘security’ – and he chose the most volatile weekend of the Northern Irish calendar to announce that he is against Irish reunification.
And Starmer’s record of siding with oppressors and criminals against victims is not limited to Ireland. The so-called ‘leader’ chose to write for the hated Murdoch rag the S*n, which spent years smearing Hillsborough victims and their families to assist in another state cover-up of police guilt – and then when the people of Liverpool and every decent person rose in outrage against it, said he would do it again.
Keir Starmer is incurably a creature of the Establishment, not a man of the people – and his insults and injury to the people of this country who need a genuine Labour government will not end until he is gone.
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