18 January 2010
Labour's latest u-turn: now it wants middle class votes
Last week we reported that Nu-Labour was planning to tax the middle class, obviously as a way to dupe working people into returning to the fold. We argued that it was all too little and too late, but we need not have bothered because the party has made yet another u-turn and is now saying that it wants middle class votes after all. "We have governed as New Labour and now we will campaign as New Labour," said Gordon Brown, our very own Prime Mentalist.
With a pledge to create "more middle class jobs than ever before," he rammed home the message that his party represents the arsewipe element in our country. Why has he done this? Probably because Lord Mandelbum helped head off the recent coup attempt and this is his payback: Nu-Labour remains the party of scum and its traditional voters can pull their foreskins over their heads and then wank themselves to death as far as it is concerned.
All this is predicated on the notion that working class people have no other party that they can call home. This is bollocks of the highest order - the British National Party is waiting in the wings and is presenting itself as the Labour Party that people's grandfathers voted for. It may be nonsense, but that is not the point: since none of the other parties even pretends to speak for us, the BNP's appeal is not hard to fathom.
This blog predicts that the BNP will do better than anyone can imagine at the next election.