]…] continue with its intention to reduce public spending and cut the budget deficit.
Deport the Foreigners
Visiting Uganda, Johnson cheerily said to UN workers and their black driver: “Right, let’s go and look at some more piccaninnies.” (The Observer, October 5 2003)He also wrote: “The Queen has come to love the Commonwealth, partly because it supplies her with regular cheering crowds of flag waving piccaninnies.” (Daily Telegraph, January 10 2002)Of Tony Blair’s trip to Africa he said: “The pangas will stop their hacking of human flesh and the tribal warriors will all break out in watermelon smiles to see the big white chief.” (Daily Telegraph, January 10 2002)And he defended colonialism for boosting Africa’s economy saying: “Left to their own devices, the natives would rely on nothing but the instant carbohydrate gratification of the plantain.” (Spectator 2 February 2002)
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The priority of May’s governmentis to protect London’s big financiers.
promised to defend the interests of the City of London in the EU exit negotiations, admitting there was ‘no room for complacency’… Although he said other EU countries had an interest in a strong City, he added: ‘We need to ensure access to the EU single market for our financial services industry in London.’
Ms. May on remembering the Holocaust. Of course, Israel will receive its reparations whilst the people of Briton continue to be increasingly fleeced. .
An emboldened Tory regime is preparing for a future of intensifying privatisation, austerity for the poor, welfare for the wealthy, extreme nationalism, institutional racism, and arrogant militarism abroad.
Apathy is not an option.Apathy is what got us here in the first place.
We must begin mobilisingboth within and beyond the existing system.