Steve Batkin - Friday. 9.6.2017:
Thank Goodness This Ridiculous Election Farce Is Over.
2017 General Election -- Labour's Gift To The Tories!
Above image second from left and facing the camera is Rob Flello the Labour Party's former Member of Parliament (MP) for Stoke South in the city of Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England. Incredibly Mr Flello managed to lose his seat to a Conservative (Tory) at the recent general election which took place on Thursday, June 8th, 2017. The incompetent Mr Flello had a long track record of refusing to listen to the British public and voters including members of his own party. I served two terms as a Stoke-on-Trent local councillor and one of them was in Longton North which was in Mr Flello's constituency of Stoke South: the ward no longer exists because of ward boundary changes. Mr Flello from the very beginning of his term in office in Stoke South made it very clear he did not want anyone with views he didn't like to be allowed to attend any public meetings which he had involvement; he told me I was not welcome at a public meeting which he was attending and speaking at -- this did not go down very well with the public or the voters and he eventually backed down from public pressure coupled with press exposure. Above image second from viewers' right and sitting next to Mr flello is Ruth Smeeth who unlike the blundering Mr Flello just about survived the 2017 general election and got re-elected as an MP in Stoke North; in the above image Mrs Smeeth along with Mr Flello are in a meeting with people from Kashmir who would like support from them as MPs for the dispute they've got with India and the human rights abuses they've suffered; Mrs Smeeth is an active Zionist and a ruthless supporter of Israel's human rights abuses against the Palestinian people, Mr Flello has indirectly supported Mrs Smeeth in her endeavours so what moral rights have these two MPs got to support anybody over human rights issues -- none! As regards Stoke South it was the Tories who on behalf of the banking dynasties initiated the coal mine closures during the 1980's and 90's in Stoke South: the Labour Party could've done a lot more to support the miners but chose not to; 'socialism' in the city of Stoke-on-Trent has gradually faded into obscurity over the last three decades with a pathetic recent attempt to revive it (pretence) under Labour Party leaderJeremy Corbyn -- unfortunately for the arrogant Mr Flello the voters did not fall for it: probably the banking dynasties will find Mr Flello a well paid job as a director/consultant on one of the boards of the many large companies they've got shares and influence in!
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