Warsi Blames Tories For Jihadis Joining ISIS

Another measured and constructive contribution to political discourse from Sayeeda Warsi on the Today programme this morning. As a 17 year old Brit blows himself up in Iraq and a Bradford family goes missing, who does the Baroness blame for the radicalisation of Muslims?

“Let’s first of all be very clear about finding the evidence base of what are the drivers to radicalisation. It may make for uncomfortable reading but it is only when we start to have that honest conversation that we unpick what is now becoming a generational challenge…

Sadly over the last six or seven years there has been a policy of disengagement with British Muslim communities. It is incredibly odd and incredibly worrying that over time more and more individuals, more and more organisations are considered by the government to be beyond the pale and therefore not to be engaged with … Unfortunately the coalition government carried on that policy. It is now time to end that policy of disengagement and start speaking to the British Muslim communities”

Exactly which individuals and organisations considered “beyond the pale” does Warsi want to engage with? Think she is taking this whole Corbyn fandom thing a bit too seriously…

Corbyn Invited Terrorists and War Criminals Into Parliament

Q: How is that whole ‘broadening the debate’ thing working out for Labour?

A: Well, they have on their ballot paper a man who invited Hezbollah and Hamas into our corridors of power:

“Tomorrow evening it will be my pleasure and my honour to host an event in parliament where our friends from Hezbollah will be speaking. And I’ve also invited friends from Hamas to come and speak as well. Unfortunately the Israelis would not allow them to travel here… The idea that [Hamas] should be labelled as a terrorist organisation by the British government is really a big, big historical mistake and I would invite the government to reconsider its position on this matter and start talking directly to Hamas and Hezbollah.”

According to those well-known Zionist stooges, Amnesty International, Hamas is guilty of war crimes, torture, abductions and summarily killing civilians.

Amnesty also say Hezbollah are guilty of war crimes and deliberately targeting Israeli civilians in breach of humanitarian law.

Those are the people a man who 36 Labour MPs nominated to be their leader calls his “friends”…

H/T @WillardFoxton

Grown Ups React to Corbyn News

Meanwhile:

Where does Guido sign?

Cabbies Kidnap Uber Driver “To Make An Example Of Him”

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Video has emerged online of cabbies kidnapping an Uber driver “to make an example of him” as vested interests turn on disruptive challengers around the world.

During a protest against Uber in Marseilles, unionised cabbies used the app to summon a cheaper driver.

When he turned up they let the air out of tyres, commandeered his vehicle and forced it to join their protest.

When is the world going to wake up and realise that Uber is a solution and not a problem?

Labour Leader Public Declarations As Nominations Open

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As nominations open this lunchtime, Burnham, Cooper and Kendall are on the ballot with loony-left nutter Corbyn apparently quietly confident he will make the final race.

Less confidence from Camp Creagh, but there are still eighty MPs yet to declare:

Leader nominations close Monday at noon…

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Corbyn: Miliband Was Brilliant, Voters Were ‘Racist’ and ‘Confused’

With Liz Kendall reaching the 35 votes needed to get on the ballot overnight, thanks to the backing of Gloria De Piero, spare a thought for Jeremy Corbyn, her leftist rival for the Labour leadership. On the eve of nominations opening, Corbyn took to Newsnight to tell Evan Davis that Ed Miliband did really well, UKIP voters are racists and Labour lost because they weren’t left-wing enough and the voters were ‘confused':

“Ed Miliband did very well on zero hour contracts, did very well on rights at work. Those issues, brilliant. The problem was underneath it was the party was offering austerity-lite underneath it.”

“UKIP is a devil-may-care vote, it’s also motivated to some extent by racism within it.”

“People were very confused to some extent at the election to what was on offer, the Labour manifesto was actually very good. I agreed with it.”

When in doubt, blame the voters. Corbyn went on to say that he had no problem with a 60% state.

Guido suspects Evan Davis was taking the p*ss with his “under a Corbyn government…” gag.

Loony Milifan: “Ed Miliband is Too Good For This F**king Country”

Well Labour fanboy Richard Biggs, creator of the @cooledmiliband Twitter account, certainly made the most of his one and only time on the telly:

That’s one way of generating headlines…

Charlotte Church U-Turns on 70% Tax Pledge

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Charlotte Church’s mission to be reborn as a poundshop Russell Brand continues. The singer yesterday told an End Austerity Now protest that she would happily pay 70% income tax if it were to improve public services. In 2010 was reported to be worth £11 million.

When it was pointed out to Charlotte that there is nothing stopping her writing a cheque to the Exchequer, her mind was changed:

Crazy chick

UPDATE: Here is Charlotte complaining about having to pay 40% tax before she became a crusader for the cause of social justice:

H/T @rrwholloway

Ex-Miliband Aide Backs ‘Caracas Corbyn’ For Leader

Guido might have to rethink his support for Andy Burnham: Jeremy Corbyn is standing for the Labour leadership on an “anti-austerity platform”. It tells you a lot that one of his first supporters is Ed Miliband’s former political adviser:

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Russell Brand in ‘Forgetting Ed Miliband’

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Danczuk Slams Andy Fandies

Andy Burnham is under increasing pressure to distance himself from his less reality-based online supporters – dubbed “Fandies” and condemned as “extremists” by rival camps. As Simon Danczuk told Guido in yesterday’s Sun:

“I’ve been really upset by it,

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Channel 4 News Economics Editor: Capitalism “Past Its Best”

Ah, Paul Mason. Channel 4’s resident communist hero-worshipper has taken some time out of spinning for Syriza to write this gem for the New Statesman‘s ironically titled “saying the unsayable” series:

“It’s becoming just about sayable, though to howls

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