After years of increasingly committing herself to the class struggle espoused by the like of ”old Labour” stalwarts like HankScorpio and Anne Tanner, and Communist Party hoorahs like Backtothepoint, BeautifulBurnout exposes her real politics by denying the only time in the history of modern Britain, when the power of organised labour has resulted in the resignation of a Conservative administration and the election of a Labour government.
In 1973, Arthur Scargill, before he was president of the National Union of Mineworkers, was instrumental in organising the miners’ work to rule that resulted in the ‘three day week and strike that started on 9 February 1973 and toppled Sir Edward Heath’s Conservative Government.
And what is BeautifulBurnout’s response to this successful action by organised workers? Not to cheer it to the rafters, but to condemn it with:
“ The three day week had little to do with unions.”
This government should be indicted for crimes against humanity
Theresa May obviously fancies herself in a black leather coat and Jackboots.
I used to say I didn’t do hate! I resent that I am being forced to hate what this govt is doing!
They are lower than vermine, so far below vermine that the vermine cannot see them!
And I know, Anne’s mixing up her fur coats with her furry rodents.
As from today – (sometime in early 2013) “A Change is gonna Come” and hence the track which is from almost 500, vaguely described as pop and rock, on my MP4 player that I use mainly when I’m running at the gym or outdoors, or when I’m doing things I rather not like ironing clothes, cleaning and so on. This one by coincidence comes top of the list when arranged in alphabetical order. Of course I’ll intersperse them with some great jazz and classical music.