Loony lefties are offering us the nihilism of Heath Leger’s Joker

Socialism has failed.  The Labour Party is in tatters, after the disaster of Ed Miliband’s conference speech. Ed “forgot” to include the sections on the economy and immigration, the two most vital issues this country is facing.  JokerThe truth is, Labour has no solutions. So the loony left, led by the BBC and the Guardian, is trying to take over.Under the Tories, good progress has been made on reforming welfare,  restoring school standards and redressing the balance between the over-powerful public sector and desperately struggling private industry. Boris Johnson has performed wonders in boosting the London economy and reviving the London jobs market.  London is the leading  financial centre in the world.  But the national debt is still a huge cause for concern.  Whoever wins next year, austerity must deepen.

How sad then that instead of lining up with the positive approach of the Tories, Labour’s only response is to tear down this country.  The Guardian now resorts to outright lies, to stir up class hatred and resentment against British business.  Newsnight exploits the emotionally frail and vulnerable comedian Russell Brand, to peddle, as Boris Johnson astutely remarks “total global chaos and destruction.”

Far left influences are offering us the destructive nihilism of Heath Leger’s Joker.

What doesn’t kill you, makes you ………. stranger.  Some men just want to watch the world burn.

And all it takes is one little push.   The Dark Knight

3 responses to “Loony lefties are offering us the nihilism of Heath Leger’s Joker

  1. Naive people fall for Russell Brand’s political ramblings. They don’t see how negative his philosophy is, and that it involves ripping everything down with no plans for problems of the UK.

  2. I was wandering where you’d got the photo of the Labour voter of “Honest Town” from. It was “Two Hands”! – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Two_Hands_(1999_film)

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