|May 2nd, 2015||#61|
Ed Miliband is a f****** communist, says Noel Gallagher
Ed Miliband is a f****** communist, says Noel Gallagher
By Matt Chorley | dailymail.co.uk
Noel Gallagher has warned Ed Miliband is a 'f******* communist' who will 'fail us all' if Labour wins the election next week.
The former Oasis guitarist admitted that he did not plan to vote on Thursday because he could not 'get behind' any of the parties.
His foul-mouthed outburst at Mr Miliband is a long way from New Labour's Cool Brittania heyday, when he happily posed for pictures with Tony Blair in Number 10.
Two decades ago, Oasis were riding high in the charts and were easily won over by New Labour's appeal.
Appearing on Alan Carr's Chatty Man to be broadcast tonight, Gallagher was asked if he had 'fallen out of love with' Mr Blair.
He replied: 'Not really. Happy days. Happy days for us all. The nineties were great and that first period of New Labour, as they called it, was great.
'They kind of lucked out a bit because when they got in the internet exploded, so the economy exploded. When politicians get in, nothing really changes.'
But he appeared unimpressed with the current crop of political leaders. 'I'm not sure I can get behind any of them at the minute,' Gallagher said.
'I dunno. The fact that Cameron didn't turn up for the debate is a disgrace. I think that Miliband, if he gets in, is just going to fail us.'
Carr urged him to give Mr Miliband a 'bloody chance'. 'Look at his little face, how can you say that?,' said the host.
'Because he is a f**king communist,' Gallagher replied.
The High Flying Birds frontman also dismissed SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon as 'the other unpleasant little woman from over the border' with 'cheap shoes'.
Gallagher went on 'When politicians get in, nothing really changes. If no one voted, and I'm not saying that no one should vote, but if nobody voted and you wake up the next day and no one gets voted in, we're still going to go to work in the morning.
'Life's not going to end. But I'm not going to vote this time because I missed my postal vote and I'm going to America in the morning. I would have voted for the most ludicrous thing - the Monster Raving Loony Party or something.'
Gallagher also revealed that he has no stylist, saying: 'A stylist? I had a stylist once. She was called mum and when I got to about 11 she got the sack.'
'So no, I don't have a stylist, and I find people that do have stylists - they're just squares... Rock stars shouldn't have stylists. I think it says a lot about you when you have one. You've given up. If you can't dress yourself what are you?'
Editor's Comment: Here is what the Fabian Socialist thinks of Miliband:
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|May 3rd, 2015||#62|
Ed Miliband: "As a friend of Israel and a Jew, I'm a proud member of this community" & "The Jewish Manifesto"
Ed Miliband: "As a friend of Israel and a Jew, I’m a proud member of this community" & "The Jewish Manifesto"
By Ed Miliband | jewishnews.co.uk
Editor's comment: With just a few days to go to the British election, here are a few tidbits that the English voter might want to know about concerning the leader of the Labour party, Ed Miliband.
Labour Leader Ed Miliband on the Board of Deputies' Jewish Manifesto
By Ed Miliband, Leader of the Opposition in the UK. (Or should that be the "controlled opposition"?)
In these final few days before voting, it is right for the Jewish community, like so many other communities, to consider what an incoming Labour Government offers.
I have spent precious time with members of the Jewish community over the past five years. I have visited synagogues and schools; charities and student organisations, and I have been moved time and again by the energy, warmth and profound kindness of those I have met.
In these past years as Leader of the Opposition, I have learnt a lot from you. And I hope you have found me willing to listen and learn.
I quickly learnt that for many of those I have had the privilege to meet, you expect politicians’ good intentions to be backed up by firm actions. So I would like to take this opportunity to make three firm commitments if I am elected prime minister on 7 May.
Just over a year ago, I stood on the hilltop of Yad Vashem. It was one of my first official visits as Leader of the Opposition.
As you probably know, the visit was not only ceremonial – it was also deeply personal and very emotional at times. At the Nachshonim Kibbutz, where I had picked oranges as a child, I enjoyed a wonderful reunion with Sarah Ben Zvi, a treasured first cousin of my mother. I then had Shabbat dinner with my extended family in Tel Aviv.
I paid my respects at the Wailing Wall, and visited Yad Vashem, where after seeing the Hall of Names, I was given more details of the death of my grandfather, who was murdered by the Nazis in occupied Europe 70 years ago, along with 60 members of my wider family. Lighting a Yarzheit candle to honour his death reinforced my determination to fight the resurgence of anti-Semitism wherever it rears its ugly head.
So my first commitment to you is that a new Labour Government will take every opportunity to ensure that no expressions of anti-Semitism will be tolerated. There can be no no-go areas in our struggle against anti-Semitism. Our Government will strengthen hate crime laws, so crimes motivated by anti- Semitic hate are clearly marked on the criminal records of perpetrators and are an aggravating factor in prosecutions.
We will review police and Crown Prosecution Service guidance to ensure anti-Semitism and other hate crimes on social media are adequately covered. We will ensure central Government funding is allocated to protect the security of Jewish faith schools.
Read the rest of the statements by Ed Miliband at jewishnews.co.uk
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|May 3rd, 2015||#63|
Join Date: Apr 2008
Irving is right on the money with this analysis of the milliband jew issue:
Conservative council candidate suspended over Ed Miliband “the Jew” slur: sly way of reminding people about the Labour leader? 86 percent of British voters said in a poll some years ago they would never vote for a Jewish PM
The above post is as always my opinion
Chase them into the swamps
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