Starmer has nothing meaningful to say to young people demanding a ‘green new deal’ to protest the climate
Keir Starmer has exposed the vacuity of his ‘leadership’ of the Labour party – and yet again his contempt for young climate protesters – during another dreary speech this morning.
Clearly desperate for a few young people willing to stand behind Starmer, party drones rounded up anyone they could – and didn’t check too closely what they had on them, as two of the bored-looking extras were ready for a protest against Starmer’s broken promises on the climate and his attacks on climate-change protesters.
And as they unfurled their banner for a ‘green new deal’, Starmer had nothing meaningful to say to them – except to give away how shallowly he and his acolytes look at political issues – including the future of the planet – before they were bundled out by staff:
‘We did that last month’ just about sums up the ‘constant relaunch, no substance’ nature of the hollow shell of Labour that Starmer and his cowardly supporters have gutted and rotted.
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