Wednesday, 9 November 2016

Statement from Piers Corbyn and

Congratulations President-Elect Trump!

"Whatever you may have heard or feel about Donald Trump his election is an amazing revolution and vote of no-confidence against the corrupt self-serving political establishment bubble, mainstream media and opinion manipulators in the USA and the world. The result will lead to tremendous changes which will defy and out-date the norms of today's tired and failing elites and methods.
This election is strangely reminiscent of my brother, Jeremy Corbyn's, epic victories in Labour - on many different policies but nevertheless against the establishment bubble. Incidentally I predicted BOTH these victories months ahead and will shortly collect bet winnings from William Hill for Trump's win.

"The political implications of Trump's election are tectonic and world-wide. There are TWO main changes coming:-

1. FAIR TRADE NOT the "FREE TRADE" of corporate-plunder favouring bad Trade Deals and rules, and limiting casino banking. We will see the end of TPP, TTIP, EUETS etc and replacement by fairer agreements for Trade and regulating the role of banks (known as 'Glass-Steigal' approaches eg).

2. AN END TO THE DELUSION OF MAN-MADE CLIMATE CHANGE AND DATA-FRAUD and the advance of CLEXIT (Climate-Agreements-EXIT) world-wide. 
This must lead to the end of the UNIPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) and related junkets across the world, and an end to economically damaging carbon/energy taxes and charges. The labelling of CO2 as a pollutant must end and TRUE GREEN policies defending biodiversity and wildlife should be enacted instead.  Progressives must guard against the demise of the CO2 con being used as a Green-Light (LOL!) to wanton trashing of nature for profit. 

"AS with BREXIT none of the crazy establishment scare stories about a Trump victory will come true. I am sure President Trump - who thinks outside the box as a businessman rather than a politician - will be much easier and more flexible to deal with than the biased media have led us to believe especially for politicians who think positive about ways forward."

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