Neoliberal fascists attempt to regain control over the European continent to prevent a Leftist revival
While the neoliberal regime is pushing Jeremy Corbyn for a second Brexit referendum, Brussels bureaufascists visit Greece to make sure that the country will remain on the path of neoliberal destruction.
UK's neoliberal regime is now pushing Jeremy Corbyn to promise a second Brexit referendum, hoping to reverse current Brexit vote. As the Independent reported:
Jeremy Corbyn is under new pressure to fully back giving the public a Final Say on Brexit after his own version of EU withdrawal was emphatically rejected in the Commons. His vision of the UK leaving Europe was defeated by a margin of 240 votes to 323, meaning the leader will now be expected to fulfil a promise to bring forward or support a vote to approve a new referendum. The 83-vote defeat comes after Mr Corbyn told Labour MPs on Monday that he was ready to support moves to demand a public vote, having lost a string of MPs who resigned in part over his Brexit strategy.
It appears that the blackmail worked after the defection of seven MPs from the Labour party because, apparently, the Labour party is much more vulnerable to a potential split. With all these neoliberal insiders still sabotaging Corbyn's plan to turn the party to the Left, the threat is quite visible.
All the pressure now is on Corbyn's side because the neoliberal regime wants to prevent the worst-case scenario, which is a real threat against its domination: a definite Brexit with Labour in power under Corbyn's leadership.
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.
In case that Jeremy Corbyn will manage 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. Under such a prospect, it would be even more difficult for the neoliberal regime to maintain its power.
On the contrary, if Jeremy Corbyn choose to capitulate, obeying the orders of the neoliberal regime for a second Brexit referendum, it might be the end of hope for a real change in the UK and Europe. Even in that case, however, there will be another defence line that could halt the neoliberal counterattack: another big NO by the British people against the EU neoliberal monster.
Corbyn should take a lesson of what happened in Greece with Tsipras and SYRIZA. They went with good will to the negotiations with Greece's creditors and suffered a heavy defeat. Greece paid a huge price as became a debt colony in the hands of the corporate neo-colonialists.
Yesterday, the Brussels bureaufascists made clear that Greece should stay on the path of destructive neoliberalism. As the country now has some limited flexibility because the bailout program has ended, the EU neoliberal priesthood fears that it could be 'derailed' from the dictated austerity and sado-monetarism.
And all these, despite the fact that the IMF-type program imposed by the creditors left an absolutely devastated economy behind, with the national debt rising close to 180% of the GDP from the 120% at the beginning of the crisis in 2010.
Yet, the Brussels-Berlin axis fears that Tsipras administration may slowly 'slip' back to its Leftist roots, implementing socialist policies, especially in case of another victory after the 2019 national elections.
This is what the EU has become and the British people know it. It would be catastrophic for Corbyn to retreat and proceed in a second referendum as the neoliberal regime wants.