Red_Army wrote:I think leaving the EU and Jeremy Corbyn are both great. That being said, Brexit is less important than austerity and the rest of the moron Tory agenda. If you think Bojo is better than Corbyn you're a moron.
Your first point I agree with, the second, no, Labour participated in the 'austerity' agenda beginning with Alistair DARLING & whenever Labour breach their own ideological parameters, the Tories take up the reins by stretching it to breaking point, that's the trouble with politics nowadays.
The ideological divide is the schism that parties exploit in order to control the people, politicians cannot think holistically, about all of the people, or about the country itself as a single entity, it's purely fractional.
Each party is interested only in it's own ideological bubble, the Tories with business, smaller state, less taxes for the rich, the 'problem' is, business is only interested in profit, a smaller state is a recipe for division & lower taxes for the rich does not increase incomes for the poor.
With Labour, it's more spending, equalling a larger state, less income for individuals to decide where it is spent, because 'Big Brother' knows best, higher wages paid for by higher taxes with increased inflation, last, but not least, a larger, heavily unionised public sector to run that state, funded by the taxpayer in arbitrary support of Labour's paymasters- the unions.
The losers, are people who support none of those political themes, with Brexit , we can really take back the freedom to decide our own affairs, freedom is a precious commodity & we should not base our values on some dialectic materialism.
Eric MORECOMBE ; "I'm playing all the 'right' notes,but, not necessarily in the 'right' order".