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Last chance for the British people to get rid of Maggie's ghost and become an example for the whole Europe

The next big slap in the face of the neoliberal establishment would be the election of Jeremy Corbyn as the new British Prime Minister

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The moment has come. Theresa May decided an early election, thinking that she would easily crush the Labour party under Jeremy Corbyn. May decided a snap election probably because she wants more time beyond 2020 to develop the neoliberal agenda, surpassing classic Thatcherism, always for the benefit of the elites. One of Tories' primary targets is to finish what Maggie has started: fully privatize NHS.

May can't do it alone. Full coordination with the Brussels-Berlin axis is necessary for the neoliberal globalists to proceed with their plans through an upgraded version of Thatcherian neoliberalism. And this is probably another basic reason for which May wanted more time, hoping to reverse Brexit. City is dictating the necessity of open borders for the finance sector so that the banking industry continue to play games without boundaries. Local governments are useful only to justify bailouts for the banksters, after all.

Big corporations want total independence from the states, loot public property, humiliating wages for employees and zero taxes. In other words, they want what they see right now in Greece, in the experiment held by the Brussels-Berlin axis there. Whatever May says now, she hopes that things could change in the close future. Brussels did it in the past in other European countries, where people had to vote again when they didn't take the 'right' decision.

David Cameron took the risk in order to scare the EU under the Berlin hegemony. He just wanted to threaten them in order to secure a better power position for the UK inside the EU. He didn't expect the result of the referendum. He was probably 100% sure that 'Bremain' would prevail, even marginally, which is exactly what he wanted in order to blackmail Brussels every time they would completely obey in what Berlin was dictating.

But the British people saw what the European Financial Dictatorship did to Greece and this was a crucial factor that, eventually, determined the outcome of the British referendum, according to Yanis Varoufakis. Brexit was a strong slap in the face of the European neoliberal establishment of the bankers and the lobbyists.

This was the perfect depiction that the interests of the majority and the interests of the elites are totally opposite.

So, the next big slap in the face of the neoliberal establishment would be the election of Jeremy Corbyn as the new British Prime Minister. This would be the second time that the conservatives would fell in their own trap. Imagine a true Socialist in the leadership of one of the motherlands of neoliberalism. This would be a real nightmare for the elites and their political puppets.

In other circumstances, it would make no difference. Remember that, especially since 90s and after, the Labour in the UK, as well as, the Social-Democrats in Europe were completely taken over by the neoliberal ideology, which was spread like a disease that came from the US under Clinton administration. The neoliberal regime brainwashed societies with slogans of the type 'there is no alternative' and 'the end of history'. Bipartisanism prevailed, and both the Labour and the Conservatives were following faithfully what the regime wanted: privatizations, tax-cuts for the super-rich, deregulation in every level, bailouts for the banks, endless for-profit wars.

But now, the Labour under Jeremy Corbyn is different. Corbyn speaks about forgotten values in favor of the majority of the people that were buried for decades by the censorship 'police' of the neoliberal regime. That is, the political establishment and the mainstream media.

It makes sense now to vote for Labour. And if you want more proof, just look at the ongoing furious attacks of the big media against Corbyn.


The nightmare for the neoliberal regime has actually started in the other motherland of neoliberalism: the United States. Bernie Sanders was the one who had the 'audacity' to declare that he is a Democratic Socialist, speak about pro-people policies, which was almost forbidden in the country that was heavily suffered by the consequences of McCarthyism, for decades. The media pundits were almost joking with Bernie, they didn't believe that it was possible to threaten seriously their 'darling', Hillary Clinton.

But then, something really 'weird' took place during the primaries. Bernie's popularity was going up with frenzied speed, thanks mostly to the American youth through social media and alternative media on the Internet. A panicked establishment did everything to get him out of the game, and thus Donald Trump happened.

Now, Britain has the chance to get rid of Maggie's ghost, once and for all. Yet, a possible victory for Corbyn would give hope not only to the British people. As described, the rapid rise of Jeremy Corbyn brings additional heat to the Brussels-Berlin axis. The Labour party under his leadership represents their worst nightmare. It would be a nightmare for them to see the motherland of neoliberalism start turning to social policies and massive nationalizations of key sectors.

A successful Britain under Jeremy Corbyn that would manage to give rebirth to the social state and hope to its citizens, could become an example for the Greek people (and others). Imagine what would happen if the Greek people would realize that Britain (which is now out of the EU) under Corbyn is bringing back social policies at the same time when they experience the brutal neoliberal measures imposed by Greece's creditors.

So, today, we will see the next crucial battle against the neoliberal regime, this time in Britain. Because the British people can become an example for the whole Europe, despite Brexit.

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