posted on Jun, 27 2017 @ 02:30 PM
a reply to: umbr360
Corbyn's appearance at Glasto is actually far less opportunist than many might think. Glasto's history is steeped in left wing politics and it is very
normal to see left wing politicians speaking there, it just so happens that this left wing politician is particularly popular at this point in time.
People were free to walk away if they didn't want to watch and a few did I believe.
As for Grenfell, it's pretty hard to separate it from politics really, the two are inextricably linked. The residents have been trying to get heard
for years and I'l pretty sure they don't want people to quiet down now, they are angry with the flaws in the system that has caused this horrendous
tragedy and the way they have been treated in the immediate aftermath has been abysmal too. I don't care if people call it point scoring, if people
don't speak up now then when will they? It'll get dragged out for years and then brushed under the carpet like so many times before to allow more of
What makes you think you would be worse off under Corbyn? The system he proposes works brilliantly already in many other countries. Of course, there
are plenty of people who would have you believe that it would ruin us because they would have to pay their fair share of tax or comply with regulation
which keeps the majority of us safe.