Opinion – Why Jeremy Corbyn and his Islington inqusition give me a warm glow of nostalgia – Telegraph – John Gelmini

Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Dr Alf is correct, I too remember the “Winter of Discontent” and the destructive policies of the Labour Party in the 1970s which saw most of my colleagues and anyone with sense leaving the country in the Brain Drain.

We learn that many of today’s Corbynistas were the Dave Spart’s and Trotskyite “street protestors” of that time and the legions of “direct action” troublemakers of today.

We are told that Corbyn’s policies will be paid for out of £140 billion GBP in unpaid taxes and that he will balance the books and at the same time a “bailout for the people” will be funded out of QE.
Somehow the same money will be spent three times over but the BBC in full left-wing mode questions nothing because they want this man Corbyn to win, so that their licence fee income can be swollen to bursting point and their top people paid even more money.

The country contains enough very short-sighted people who could be persuaded to buy into this sort of nonsense, so far from feeling a “warm glow” I feel alarm and trepidation because those behind Corbyn are clever enough to get him into power on the basis of the complacency which too many people on the right feel.

John Gelmini

Opinion – UK women’s life expectancy ‘second worst’ in Western Europe – Health News – NHS Choices – John Gelmini

I agree with Dr Alf, UK policy is now seriously delinquent.

Sadly, ‘UK woman’ is now the fattest in Western Europe and overall mortality in the UK is so bad that only Greece, a bankrupt vassal state of Germany under Merkel, is worse.

UK productivity is now 22nd in the world because of this, the fact that British men are now the 4th fattest in Europe and because of the apparent inherent laziness of too many of our citizens.

Risk aversion in the form of lack of investment is also rife and is not unconnected with poor diet and low testosterone levels caused by oestrogens in the UK water supply caused by fertiliser runoff from intensively farmed fields.

Tough action on sugar, salt and chemical content in foods is needed and the food industry and the Alimentarius Commission must be sidelined or brought to heel.

The British public must be encouraged to drink less, cook better and exercise more through taxation, tougher zoning laws, education and employer pressure(sacking unfit policemen and workers as a way to shock others into behaving differently might be a start).

John Gelmini