At the start of 2023, Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer gave a speech outlining the strategy of focusing on patriotism, advising the party to make “use of the (union) flag”. Predictably, left-wing MPs attacked the plan saying it risked alienating the young and ethnic minority voters.
He said it is “precisely because we are patriotic” that Labour wants to correct things like the rising cost of living, tax rises, fear of crime and difficulty getting a quick appointment with a GP. But just how genuine is Starmer’s patriotism?
In the above video, which is a short clip with Emily Maitlis, Starmer writes off Parliament and states that he would rather be with his chums at the World Economic Forum in Davos. The WEF is unelected and unaccountable. Yet Starmer would rather sit and chat with these string-pullers than men and women who have been elected by the people of Britain.
In its own words, “The Forum is chaired by Founder and Executive Chairman Professor Klaus Schwab. It’s guided by a Board of Trustees, exceptional individuals who act as guardians of its mission and values, and oversee the Forum’s work in promoting true global citizenship.”
If he thinks that Westminster is too constrained and is basically a waste of time, why is the Labour Party not pledging to introduce wholesale political and constitutional reform? How about introducing proportional representation? What about nationalisation of the banks (which was Labour policy until 1933)? No, these NWO politicians want a slice of the globalist action.
So there we have it straight from the horses mouth. He is just confirming where his loyalty really lies, and it’s not with the people of the UK, working class or not. To Starmer and his ilk, Westminster is a waste of time. It’s too tribal. He would rather engage with the unelected attendees at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Those are the people that really count.
As real patriots have known for a long time, Starmer, Blair, Johnson, Sunak and the rest are all puppets for the real string-pullers….
Top Image: Photo by Robert Zunikoff on Unsplash.
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