Starmer’s actions say he loves servile patriotism, but his words admit he hates environmental campaigners in a rare moment of (private honesty) – and isn’t interested in hope or change
Knight of the realm and ‘long-time servant of the security state‘ Keir Starmer has been caught out in a rare – albeit private – moment of honesty, admitting that he detests people who campaign for the environment and isn’t ‘interested in hope and change’. After seeing a presentation on energy policies by former Labour leader Ed Miliband – and shortly after Starmer gave a speech on energy strategy – Starmer:
thanked him for his presentation, but said he wasn’t interested in hope and change, he was more interested in creating sustainable new jobs to replace jobs in old sectors that were being lost,” said a source. “He then said he was not interested in tree-huggers, before adding to everyone’s surprise, ‘In fact, I hate tree-huggers’.
Starmer’s contempt for environmental protesters has long been obvious from his actions, but for him to admit it in so many word is a rare moment of honesty from a man who has broken every promise he made to con Labour members into voting for him as party leader – and an indication of his arrogance and sense of impunity from the protection he receives from both the ‘mainstream’ media and his closeness to the security services, for example the alleged withdrawal of the fine he received for breaching lockdown regulations at a drunken party.
However, while Starmer despises environmental activists, his record makes it abundantly clear that he has a ‘boner’ for addicts of servile faux-patriotism and has no vision or strategy beyond appealing to the small-minded, insular and racist and protecting the richest.
In other words, Starmer hates tree-huggers but loves flag-shaggers. What a diseased country we live in.
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