Tuesday, 2 May 2017

Why doesn't Labour want Blair back?

As a Conservative who absolutely detests what Tony Blair did to my country, I cannot understand why Labour doesn't beg him to stand for Parliament and lead them again.

When he became leader of the Labour party, I was hopeful that he would help working class people, bind our country together, make Labour a sort of Liberal Party and reform the welfare state. Instead he has made the country more disunited than ever, by enacting devolution and vast unprecedented immigration. I never the loss of freedoms and loss of sovereignty to the EU. The last of those is being rectified. Immigration and devolution are irrevocable.

But these are not the reasons Labour doesn't like him any more. They feel more comfortable losing than winning.

Then there was unjust and catastrophic invasion of Iraq, to which few in Labour objected at the time.

1 comment:

  1. It's not your country it's ours. That assumed right of entitlement and hubris is the flaw in almost every conservative