Corbyn and the coalition of chaos!? We’re already in fucking chaos thanks to the Tories! : Evolve Politics

Tories Coalition of Chaos

So, The S*n’s latest piece of political ‘reportage’ has seen the light of day. I’ll be referring to The S*n’s political journalism as ‘comic cuts’ from hereon in, so laughable is their latest attempt at being a proper newspaper. The subject, you’ve guessed it, is the ‘unelectable’ Jeremy Corbyn – the same unelectable Jeremy Corbyn The S*n and Rupert Murdoch are terrified might actually be elected.

According to Tory Party Chairman Patrick McLaughlin’s article, voting for Labour and Corbyn is voting for a ‘coalition of chaos’ in which Labour will ally itself with the Scottish Nationalists and Liberal Democrats, despite the fact that both parties have ruled out a coalition with Labour (but not with the Tories). McLaughlin’s piece for the Sun on Sunday has, to put it politely, been overtaken by events even before it was published, never mind afterward.

We’re already in chaos thanks to the Tories!

The fact is that Britain is already enduring significant chaos thanks to the Tories. With it comes no small amount of misery. While May’s minions talk of making a country fair for all, cuts have decimated our NHS. Welfare reform has been slated by the UN as attacking human rights. Under May’s leadership it hasn’t just continued, it’s bitten even deeper.

The ramifications of Brexit are currently too large and too complex for anyone to fully chart until it happens – assuming it does. The result of the referendum wasn’t exactly a landslide, a small percentage deciding (in theory) the future of the UK and its relationship with the EU.

The problem being that, with continuing rumblings about a second referendum, not to mention another referendum on Scottish independence, we have no idea where this is going to lead. And the government’s policies on Brexit are barely extant, let alone coherent or comprehensive.

Brexit and its resulting confusion are May’s political legacy. Welfare reform began during the dark days of Blairism only to become progressively crueller and more hard-line under Cameron and May. DWP boss Damien Green has shown himself little better than Iain Duncan Smith and Stephen Crabb. Much of welfare reform’s chaos, discord and bungling can be laid outright at the feet of IDS. Crabb and Green have done little to improve matters.

The S*n’s political coverage is a joke

Tory Party Chairman Patrick McLaughlin (he of the refreshing honesty about the purpose behind disability benefit cuts and welfare reform) has been either less than frank or is somewhat ill-informed for a senior political figure. Or perhaps The S*n’s political people had scheduled this piece in advance and hadn’t bothered checking if it had been overtaken by events.

So, let’s look through his latest effort and see what pearls of wisdom we can draw therefrom.

McLaughlin begins:

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7 Comments

  1. they very very worried getting madder has we get closer to that vote corbyn has the crooks shaking the fraudsters getting shown up yet more dirt to come yet can they sink corbyn it certainly doesnt look like it more like mays going down the pan

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