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Forces within the Labour party are gathering in the next step of maintaining the Veil – the delusion of bipartisan politics exemplified by Tory and Labour in the UK. These forces have already damaged the Labour party because they manipulated the Labour party into a leadership struggle rather than take advantage of Tory weakness post-Brexit vote.

This leadership vote has been divisive even though most recognise that Corbyn was going to win from the word go. They introduced very divisive tactics such as the NEC refusal to accept voters many consider legitimate. It is now seen as a foregone conclusion that Corbyn will win the vote but the Veil-maintaining manipulation continues. Rather than seeking unity behind the democratically-elected leader, Corbyn, these forces are now militating behind a claim of “unelectability” – Saving Labour and Labour Tomorrow. Labour used to be a broad church as opposed to the balanced polarities (of left and right) conveyed by mainstream media of the Veil, and this breadth democratically needs to allow diverse groups – so long as they are “united” behind Labour interests. Because of the breadth of Labour this unity is difficult to maintain – consider the split of the right wing of the party when the Gang of Four created the SDP, a party that has effectively disappeared from the political stage even when merged with the Liberals. Having another right wing faction such as Labour Tomorrow or Saving Labour is a legitimate part of democratic inclusivity but it does make life difficult.

When considering the nature of such groups it is always useful to analyse the funding. In this Guardian article, New anti-Corbyn group is funded by former Tony Blair spin doctor,
the true nature of this group becomes obvious. The title of the article, shows that it is clearly a Blair group – a Bilderberg group. Backers include “Benjamin Wegg-Prosser, the former special adviser who now runs a consultancy firm chaired by Peter Mandelson. It [zandtao gifzbullet Labour Tomorrow] also took donations of £80,000 during September from Martin Taylor, a hedge fund manager, and Lord Myners, Gordon Brown’s former adviser.” Is there a mass movement credential here? Do any of these people have an interest in accepting mass movement direction? There are other Veiled stalwarts mentioned in the article but you have enough information here to believe me or not.

Momentum is a key link to what I assess as the mass movement – I cannot be sure of that democratic assessment without being on the ground. To read about Momentum is very encouraging but unfortunately all the Trot organisations I came into contact with in the 80s had good rhetoric. The problem was that their tactics were divisive. The Labour party has now become so controlled by the establishment that it is necessary to take a more radical stance and hope that the movement comes with you. This is why I support Momentum. The communist strategy (discussed within here ) of placing party unity first and policy second is not appropriate when the opportunists are so dominant; supporting unity per se was effectively using comrades’ energy to support right-wing opportunism – Bilderberg. Momentum leadership is aware of the forces militating against Corbyn (see article).

Contained within this same article is the real battle. The in-situ opportunists are trying to retain control, and are unwilling to subject themselves to democratic mass movement selection. Despite the mandate that Labour party members want Corbyn, these Wainwrights are still fighting Corbyn. Corbyn is angling for shadow cabinet positions to be voted for (by the mass movement) but the NEC is blocking this. My assessment based on their recent practice is that the NEC is definitely controlled by the Wainwrights, and the voting for new NEC members was decided by the NEC and not the mass movement (as discussed in the article). The struggle will have to go back to the wards and the slow change that mass movement representation will have to effect; it will be a while before these parliamentary opportunists will be supplanted – if ever given the prevailing mainstream environment.

Whilst these forces do their neo-liberal work the Labour party will suffer in the eyes of the general population especially when fed by the mainstream media. These Wainwrights want their Labour party, their opportunist way, or they are prepared to see it die – an irony when considering “Saving Labour” is the exact opposite of what they are doing.

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On 14th September there was an interesting move; the Guardian reported this move as “Jeremy Corbyn’s team issues list of MPs who it claims undermined leader”. I have previously described the Guardian’s position with regards to Corbyn, in the way that it supports the opportunists over mass movement representation. I am biased but it seems to me that the Guardian’s position is untenable. Examine the recent history of Corbyn:-

1) Corbyn was elected with a good majority.
2) Labour party membership increased after his election.
3) Corbyn’s limited Brexit position was not sufficient to create party disarray.
4) The opportunists supported a vote of no confidence.
5) Because of the no confidence vote an opportunity was missed to attack the Tories who were also in disarray after Brexit. What should have been an opportunity to demonstrate the longstanding Europe divisions in the Tories became division in Labour.
6) Hilary Benn from the word go had attacked Corbyn, and tried to divide Labour against him. It was reasonable to remove Benn from Corbyn’s cabinet.
7) Instead of seeking Unity Tom Watson continued to manipulate division within Labour.
8) There was a vote of no confidence in Corbyn – 80% against him.
9) Owen Smith has now become the focus of this anti-Corbyn movement, the movement of the opportunists, the movement of Wainwrights.
I am supportive of Corbyn but he does have a history with the Trots – I support him now because he has shown mass movement credentials; I do hope he has not developed Machiavellian tactics. Leaking the list is a feeble tactic.

But the real issue of division that needs to be understood is the division that Blair created. This is the division that separated the Blair opportunists from the mass movement. Corbyn represents the interest to unite the mass movement with ts parliamentary representatives again.

It is interesting that one of the claims amongst those critical of the “Corbyn list” is the fear of deselection. Why are they afraid of deselection? Is Corbyn afraid of the leadership vote? No, because the vote is mass movement. Why are these opportunists afraid? Perhaps because they manoeuvred themselves into power in the Blair era. I use the word “might” because my knowledge is limited but be clear a democratically-elected representative need not fear a democratic vote.

Here is an interesting Guardian article on Corbyn as leader, it cites his voting patterns as having been ratified by history. Does his voting make him a leader? In my view, no, it describes his position. In a democracy what makes a leader – the votes that make him an elected representative. In the situation of Corbyn his votes came from the mass movement, the parliamentary Labour party never voted for him. When there was a vote of “No Confidence”, it demonstrated the distance between the parliamentary MP’s and those that voted for Corbyn. When the vote is finally counted on the 24th the leadership victory will be clear. Amongst the opportunists there needs to be a climb-down acceptance of Corbyn as leader, Corbyn has opened the door for such already. If they do not choose to work with Corbyn it shows the true nature of their opportunism.

And that opportunism comes from a wider source. In this blogpost I have been discussing the voting within Labour as if it was part of an open electoral process. The reality in this Labour party election is the battle to maintain the Veil – “Lifting the Veil” movie, the delusion that the election process matters in terms of real power. Corbyn is threatening this Veil by changing the delusion to something meaningful if he were to get into power, this is the same fear that Wall Street has of Sanders, and it is also the theme of the book “A Very British Coup” in which Harry Perkins threatened the establishment. Within the power machinations around this Veil will exist genuine Labour MP’s who disagree with Corbyn – if their views are genuine democracy then entitles them their opinion. Those genuines then have a decision to make:-

zbulletEither to unite behind Corbyn for the good of Labour or resign from the Labour party allowing the mass movement to vote for an MP.

If they choose to remain in the parliamentary Labour party and fight Corbyn it shows their true colours. Those opportunists would not then be genuine Labour activists but pawns for the superrich who want to maintain the Veil, what might be termed the Bilderberg sanction. With the Corbyn vote almost a foregone conclusion now, it will be interesting to see who has the Bilderburg credentials.

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The parliamentary Labour party and its mouthpiece, the Guardian, are running a campaign against Corbyn under the guise of his competence as leader. First it was Heidi Alexander yesterday, and today it is Sadiq Khan. It has been a constant theme of Owen Smith. And of course it started with the vote of no confidence, and Tom Watson set the seed leading the no confidence vote and suggesting Corbyn should resign.

Let us be clear, whether Corbyn is a competent leader or not the issue concerns their parliamentary seats. The majority of these opportunists came to power as Blair’s lackeys. Blair’s crackdown on democracy within the party started from the manipulation of ward opportunists all the way up through the party. Somewhere I read that Corbyn will work on a reselection process so these opportunists are all scared for their seats. So they blame Corbyn as leader.

They are trying to affect the grassroots support for Corbyn by saying that under Corbyn Labour cannot win an election. This might well be true but all the attacks that undermine Corbyn are much more damaging than anything Corbyn can do. Electorally where the Labour party will stand after his leadership victory will be hard to judge.

All the indicators are that he will win the leadership, and when the reselection process goes ahead the worst sort of Blairite will be weeded out. Tactically it would be sound for the Tories to call an election when Labour is low although they are probably seeing how much damage the Labour leadership will do first. At the same time they will judge whether Corbyn has got wider mass democratic support. If, as I surmise, that election increases Tory power there would be even further pressure on Corbyn but it looks as if he is prepared to hold strong. It is important that he does because he is standing for genuine democracy against the Veil.

This is a battle for democracy – not for a leader Corbyn, let us hope democracy wins against the Veil. I sorely hope it does. Forces have come together around Corbyn, and I feel how these forces play out is very important for the UK. If people don’t rally around Corbyn and Labour returns to opportunism 1%-power through the Veil will have been cemented. Where will such a figurehead arise again? The bigger issue is whether in the long term people can overthrow the 1% without violence. Sanders at the moment has lost in America so an electoral overthrow of the Veil did not occur there, can there be an electoral overthrow of the Veil in the UK? (Written 21st August)

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Blair’s Wainwrights

Posted: 01/07/2016 in Corbyn, Struggle
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The parallels with a Very British Coup grow. Lawrence Wainwright was an opportunist who challenged Harry Perkins and was backed by establishment forces. In VBC he was outplayed by Harry Perkins and ended up in Northern Ireland. Harry however was pushed into calling a general election as the establishment tried to defeat him.

Under Blair the Labour party was divided from the grass roots by Blair who installed Wainwrights throughout the Labour party. He did this from the wards up throughout the Labour party into parliament. Through his manipulations the grass roots were separated from the opportunists in parliament, and lost their voice; Blair split the party. Were Blair’s policies for the people or the 1%? It is my analysis that the grass roots support for Corbyn was a recognition of this split – conscious or otherwise, and was a measure of the people fighting back.

Now these Wainwrights are using the excuse of the EU to drive Corbyn out. Corbyn’s credentials are grass roots support, and he is fighting the apparent credentials of the establishment’s Wainwrights whose claim of legitimacy is being voted into parliament. As a democrat, why don’t I accept this as legitimate? Because I know how ward politics are manipulated. It is the apathy of the mass movement that enables such manipulations to occur – rigging ward meetings etc. When the Wainwrights force the election within the Labour party it will be fascinating to see if the grass roots are sufficiently mobilised to fight the Wainwright opportunists. Ultimately this is the battle that always had to be won, there would have been some other excuse – the EU thing is meaningless in context. Fascinating.

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