Opponents of making 1.5m children poor, hungry and ill are a joke to ‘Sir Kid Starver’ – and makes clear to supine Shadow Cabinet that debate on the rights and wrongs of his plan to keep them poor is not welcome
Keir Starmer – the ‘kid starver‘ – has mocked anyone who doesn’t like his plan to keep poor children poor, hungry and ill by continuing the Tory ‘2-child cap’ on benefits.
The beige knight – equal parts evil and blancmange – has derided those outraged by his plan to keep the cap, which has already pushed 1.5 million children and their families into abject poverty, damaging their health and education and inflicting stigma and shame on them, claiming that they agree with his ‘need to make hard choices’ but can’t stomach it when he does, according to Times Whitehall editor Chris Smyth:
And, no doubt because the less hard choices such as taxing the rich or even just recognising that the economic growth he claims to want will be boosted by having fewer poor families and starving kids, the cowardly Starver has made it clear to his Shadow Cabinet at its latest meeting that no debate on the ‘merits and demerits’ – in human words, ‘demerits’ means heartless, cruel, disgusting and evil – is welcome unless it is supporting him, as Eleni Courea of Politico revealed:
Courea also noted that the voice of those on Starmer’s front bench who have previously condemned the Tory cap and called for its end were disgracefully silent – or even supportive of Starmer’s sociopathy:
Starver’s and his cronies’ claim that lifting hundreds of thousands of children instantly out of poverty is a lie: ending the cap would cost a mere 1.3 billion pounds, while not ending it is costing the UK almost £40 billion a year as well as ruining the lives of millions. We can’t afford not to end it, as well as it being the right and human thing to do.
Starmer’s bots and few supporters, who try to claim that he must not be criticised because not voting Labour means five more years of Tory government, are lying – voting for Starmer means five more years of Tory government and the only choice given under the UK’s corrupt and rigged ‘democracy’ is which colour tie or rosette the sociopaths in charge choose to wear.
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