Vox Political on Cameron’s Lies at Tory Conference

Mike over at Vox Political has also written a piece attacking Cameron’s lies at the Tory party conference. In response to Cameron’s claim that he’s going to give the British people a government that supports them, and gives them a good home, a well paid job, a well-funded and operating NHS, access to childcare, effectively managed immigration, and so on, Mike shows how the Tories in practice have broken every one of these promises. And it’s a long list.

Mike also goes further, and tackles one particular lie: that Jeremy Corbyn thought that the US’ assassination of Osama bin Laden was unjust, with the implication that Corbyn somehow supported al-Qaeda.

I’ve already posted pieces about how Guy Debord’s Cat now has articles on his blog showing that the Tories are lying about Corbyn and his supposed support for terrorism, and the Tories own clandestine talks with the IRA. Not to mention their Unionist allies links to Loyalist paramilitaries in Ulster.

It seems I may have made a mistake, though. I thought given the Tories’ previous form of accusing Labour of sympathising with the IRA, they meant that Corby was a supporter of Irish Republican terrorism. No, apparently they would like us all to believe that he’s a supporter of Islamist terror.

Mike points out that this is another gross lie and misrepresentation of what Corbyn actually stands for. Corbyn opposed bin Laden’s assassination, not because he supported him, but because he wanted him captured and brought to trial for the deaths and destruction he and his wretched allies have committed. Corbyn condemned bin Laden’s killing by the US as unjust, because he wanted him to face justice in the form of a court of law. And if bin Laden had been captured, he would also be interrogated and we could glean valuable information that would help us act against al-Qaeda.

This is very different from Cameron ranting about how Corbyn supposedly has now time for the 3,000 or so who were killed in 9/11. But then, the Tories have always lied about Labour being somehow in cahoots with the enemy, whichever enemy that happens to be. They’ve done it going all the way back to the 1920s and the Zinoviev Letter, forms of which were re-run again by the Scum in the 1987 election, and then by the Times when it smeared Michael Foot as a KGB spy. Well, the Soviet Union had collapsed, and the government is busily trying to ingratiate itself with the capitalist giant that is ‘Communist’ China, so they can’t exactly run another Red Scare. So they’re trying to smear him as a supporter of Islamist terrorism.

This is part of a strategy Conservatives on both sides of the Atlantic have been running for about ten years or so now. A decade ago the Spectator carried a book review of a novel set in a future Europe, where the remains of the European Socialist parties have merged with Muslim organisations to seize power and begin a new holocaust against the Jews. One part of Republican propaganda, echoed by Tories like the Dorset MP, Daniel Hannan, and the bloggers at the Telegraph, is that the Nazis were Socialists. There is also endless discussion about the threat Islam poses to democracy, and how it is being promoted by ‘left wing enablers’. Like the Democrats in America, and the Labour party over here. And year in, year out, for most of Obama’s administration, they’ve been accusing him of being a Communist-Nazi Muslim infiltrator intent on destroying America from within. They can’t do that exactly to Corbyn, as he’s white with a British name and, unlike Obama, doesn’t come from a Muslim background. So, if they can’t accuse him of being a terrorist infiltrator, they’ve tried smearing him as a terrorist supporter.

It’s still lies and smears, and shows that the Tories really haven’t changed. It’s the same tactics they’ve always used.

But the observation Mike makes about bin Laden being a potentially valuable source of information to the US if he had been captured alive in itself raises some very, very unsettling questions. Of the 19 terrorists behind 9/11, 17 were Saudis. Bin Laden came from one of their leading business families. His family were in America at the time the atrocity occurred, and were allowed to fly back home to Saudi Arabia before the investigation started. This in itself has raised considerable suspicion amongst the Conspiracy fringe. You don’t, however, have to believe that the US secret state organised 9/11 to believe that there is something highly suspicious about the bin Laden being allowed to leave the country before the investigation. Saudi Arabia does support a number of Islamist terrorist organisations, including al-Qaeda, but no-one in the Western ruling elite really wants to admit or confront that fact. It looks to me that the bin Laden family were allowed to leave America in order to prevent them revealing anything politically inconvenient, like how far the Saudis were involved in supporting 9/11. And the same could be said about the assassination of bin Laden himself. Was he shot and killed in execution for his crimes, or simply because, if captured, he would have said too much about the support for his organisation back home in Saudi Arabia?

Mike’s article is at http://voxpoliticalonline.com/2015/10/07/camerons-lies-show-he-must-go-now-not-later-and-all-the-other-tories-with-him/. Go and read it to see how badly Cameron is lying.

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