The media must understand that politics is not a reality TV show. Choices this government exercises transforms people’s lives in a heartfelt way. It’s time the media quit handling politics like a sport and did its position of familiarizing people correctly regarding what this government is doing and what we will do differently.
Jeremy Corbyn is not going to stand down, he has no intention of doing so, and when questioned he said that the media are fixated and that if the media reported what they were really doing then they wouldn’t be so obsessed and that it’s the media’s duty to make certain that the opposition voice is understood as well as the government’s voice.
We appear to have a misleading and unproductive media enterprise mashing public debate. At least Jeremy Corbyn is getting up there and telling it. However, numerous people in the United Kingdom have to make do with screaming at their TV.
It’s shocking that the media are happy to let people suffer and die at the hands of the Tories whilst they dominate over immaterialities and spin to keep down the opposition who are working to address the pressures.
It’s fabulous seeing Jeremy Corbyn on form like this. He’s a profound demonstration spokesman. Sadly he doesn’t always come across well during discussions, and he does at points, although who can criticize him, grow pretty defensive.
Nevertheless, here he absolutely hammers the performance of what he states and puts that passion and frustration to great use.
It’s all a practical play to the media and they should consider resigning from their positions. They are a dwindling breed whilst they leave a rather offensive odor behind them. Most of them are contemptible and should wash their mouths out with soap, they should purge themselves because they are barbaric animals getting readying for their ensuing feast.
Jeremy Corbyn is an inspiration. The reason why a lot of people don’t like him is through blindness owing to media prejudice. Most people cannot even justify why they don’t like him and end up getting all personal, which fundamentally implies they don’t have a clue at all.
They are so against Jeremy Corbyn because they are afraid. He is revealing the truth about the government and calling them out for what they are. Jeremy Corbyn is not the dilemma. He has never been the problem. And there are a lot of people out there that want what he is selling, but the establishment has an enormous problem with that.
In other nations, such as Norway, Jeremy Corbyn’s job is reflected as dull, unremarkable, run of the mill political democracy, however, in the United Kingdom he is defined as a loonie lefty agitator, but when the media fails us this badly, democracy succumbs.
Nevertheless, we find ourselves trapped in a place where the right-wing media will not be reined-in without a new left-wing government and we are powerless to get a left-wing government in, due to the control over public opinion the right-wing media has.
It is very frustrating to see people vote against their own best interests owing to lack of information.
There are numerous people out there that think that Jeremy is not a real leader, but perhaps they should be promoting him more. He’s not an extremist, he is simply somebody who wants to lead his people into a better life, and I would say that is somewhat noble of him.
The problem is, will the media let him truly do that since all they actually appear to be doing is make him the scandal of the century. All I can say is that Jeremy Corbyn is not a defeatist, and he will not go down without a fight.
The media are toxic and I actually do pity Jeremy since he’s working so hard to do the right thing. Whilst his far left politics might not be everybody’s cup of tea, he is at least a moral and principled man, who seemingly doesn’t have a hope in hell of becoming Prime Minister, but at least his heart is in the right place.
He is a man of principle, a leader, who stands toe-to-toe with his party. A man of opinion, a leader, who is the voice of his party, he is the last one standing, and he isn’t simply partly committed, he is totally committed to what he believes in.
However, we seek a society in which people are empowered and involved in making the choices which influence them. Control should always be answerable, consensus-driven and honest, and we should deny the hierarchical formation of leaders and followers.
The criticisms of Corbyn’s former front bench co-workers have become a discord. A majority of no confidence was precipitated and obtained by them. Corbyn has never seemed more exposed.
Granted that Jeremy Corbyn was elected overwhelmingly by grassroots constituents to seek a fresh and unconventional way of doing politics, so, perhaps we should permit him to resume his leadership technique and give him a real opportunity at succeeding.
Pictures of people swarming to receive and support the Labour leader outside parliament has been pretty amazing.
Mr. Corbyn has been undermined by the media but still, he appears to be the center of attention, where he’s been seen as embodying the situation more clearly, as the servant versus the establishment. Here is a leader the public can identify with, for them, it is his critics who have lost their perception.
What does this tell us about his critics say make a great leader? Should Jeremy Corbyn have made others believe in something he didn’t, or at least not to the degree needed, by sugar coating an emotion?
How does that rest with honor and authenticity in politics? It doesn’t because we want a ruthless leader who is not made out of clay and will not crumble when things go awry, but will drive the people of this nation onto the right path.
We require a leader who is fair and honest and is for the people, not somebody who simply wants to fill their pockets with wealth that they can steal from the taxpayer, and if our leader can’t be honest with the people of this nation, then they are not deserving and should not be leading this country.
The purpose of a government and its leaders is to create a perfect society, to build fairness, and to assure domestic tranquility, and to provide for its people, not take from them, and people are entitled to their personal freedoms, but presently it appears that this is being taken away from them.
Who is really calling the shots and what gives them the ability to do so, and how are they going to restore this country back to how it once was? Since this country clearly requires some improvement and perhaps the public should not be listening to false promises, they simply want the truth.
It might appear unimportant to some, however, this is our home, this is where we exist, and we all need to get on together, people and government and we have the right to freedom of speech since it is the people of the United Kingdom that keep this country operating.
Without the people, this country would come to a standstill. That’s why there are plenty of rich political personalities, and people who like spreading fecal discharge from their mouths. They want to cut our welfare, tax credits, and they want us to work for the smallest salary.
Before long they will just give us a fridge and basic home devices, that of course many of us take for granted. They make the people of this country look like they are parasites of the nation, but what they are really worried about is that if they give us more it will generate a culture of empowered beasts.
That is all we are, beasts of burden to them, and the last thing they want to do is empower us, they simply want supremacy over us. There is a perception, them and us and they are the celestial bodies, and to them, we are not worthy.
We the people are undeserving and that’s not particularly complimentary.
They have the capacity to do anything they want with us, and it is their perception that we are different and that is slightly unsettling. Therefore, we must be confident and strong against a government that believes we are nothing more than livestock.
It’s actually shocking when you consider it all since we are a pretty expressive country and we are in an age where we should be able to articulate to the government what we need and require, not the other way round because in all fairness it’s the people of this country that make the wheels go round.
So, what if the people that make minimum salary or less simply quit working, even if it was for 4 or 5 hours, what if they just quit working?
Would this create an economic crisis? Most probably. Would people get sacked? Of course, they would. Nevertheless, doing this for several days to a month would show the government that without us, they are primarily up the creek without a paddle.
But what if everyone decided they were not going to go into work one day, the country would come to a halt, nothing would happen, nobody would have food, there would be confusion on the roads, and there would be anarchy on our streets.
Would politicians then understand that they’re supposed to work for everyone in the country and not just those who line their pockets?
I do pity those politicians that have no compassion for their fellow human beings who manipulate us like memento’s, throwing us communications that we have to work harder for less pay, why don’t they just get the lash out while they’re at it, and whip us for not doing as we are told?
It’s a badly put together and spur of the moment approach motivated by a montage of ridiculous people, but all in all, I believe it’s worth doing if the point is gotten across, but then they could always replace us with robots.