Blairite neoliberal spies leave the Labour party while blaming Jeremy Corbyn - good, let's get rid all of them!
In another sabotage operation from the inside of the Labour party against Jeremy Corbyn, seven Labour MPs suddenly decided to leave, using the typical smears and excuses. They expressed disagreements over Brexit and (guess what else) ... anti-Semitism within the party.
It appears that the pro-globalist neoliberal regime in the UK senses extreme threat from the fact that Jeremy Corbyn still enjoys high popularity - especially among the young Britons - despite the war of propaganda against him.
The regime appears to be desperate under the uncontrolled Brexit situation and the fact that its main political option, Theresa May and her conservatives, rapidly lose power and popularity. And all these at the time they appear to be in a 'nervous breakdown' condition, due to the additional chaos inside the party.
As mentioned previously, with Tories in power, even after a definite Brexit, we should not expect much of change for the British people. That's because the conservative right has been taken over completely by the neoliberal doctrine, already since the 70s and 80s in the motherlands of neoliberalism: the US and the UK. The Tories have nothing to offer apart from the typical neoliberal policies that the EU dictates to the member-states. That's all they know and they are 100% devoted to this political perception.
On the contrary, a Labour government under the Corbyn leadership after Brexit will be much more flexible to apply progressive policies that will benefit most of the Britons. Of course, with UK's power structure and the elites still in an advantageous position - after decades of policies that limited the power of state institutions - it will not be a piece of cake. Yet, without the additional tight scrutiny of the EU neoliberal monster, it will be much easier.
Therefore, it seems that the only option for the neoliberal regime is to dissolve the Labour party before seeing it taking the power under Jeremy Corbyn. Almost every establishment media outlet, not only in the UK, immediately announced the departure of the seven from the Labour party with many headlines that included the word 'split'. This is not accidental. It exposes the ultimate goal of the regime.
However, the whole situation may eventually turn against the regime and reverse its plans to retain the neoliberal status quo.
If Jeremy Corbyn manages to survive the war to hold his position in the party, he may be able to clear it from all the remaining Blairite neoliberal barriers. Then, he could renew it with fresh real Leftists.
With such a prospect, it would be even more difficult for the neoliberal regime to maintain its power. And a new era of radical political change and hope could begin in the UK.