Group backed by range of left activists aims to stop ‘most untrustworthy politician in Britain’ who has broken every promise and wants to continue Tory policies
A new grassroots campaign to ‘Stop Starmer’ has launched this morning with a social media video and a campaign launch on the left-wing ‘Not the Andrew Marr Show’ to resist the smear-based right-wing Labour regime.
Ex-miner and former Labour member John Dunn, reviewing the morning’s news on the show, said:
If you oppose Starmer you’re accused of being a ‘Tory-enabler’ when it’s these bastards who gave us a Tory government instead of Corbyn and are prepared to enable every Tory prejudice. What you’ll get with Starmer is worse than more of the same, it’s an authoritarian government that will pave the way for an even more extreme right-wing regime in five years time. He’s a danger to every working-class person in this country.
Becky Massey, one of the founding members of the group and a victim of the Starmer faction’s revolting smear campaign, said bluntly:
We need to stop electing monsters like Keir Starmer.
Show presenter Crispin Flintoff added:
Every day we see more and more and more that Keir Starmer is the problem with British politics, he’s pushing politics [that are]…. worse than anything Thatcher had. This whole ‘Stop Starmer’ campaign started in April when we did a different type of programme and asked people what we needed to do…
The ideal electoral result is a hung parliament when other parties can force PR [proportional representation].
The response was overwhelmingly that Starmer must be politically opposed by a grassroots campaign to highlight his lies and agendas and rally political opposition and public awareness – and the new campaign grew out of those comments.
The group’s new Twitter/X account opened with a video accusing Starmer of being ‘the most untrustworthy’ politician in Britain’ and highlighting both some of the extreme right-wing and anti-free-speech policies he has backed and his betrayals and smears:
The group aims to help bring Starmer’s opponents on the left together to attack Starmer – ‘or whoever is leading Labour astray’. Only 23% of people believe the UK would be any better off under Starmer than under the Tories according to recent polling.
Follow ‘Stop Starmer’ on Twitter/X here.
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