Wednesday, 27 July 2016

WHEN IMMIGRANTS NEEDED IT THE MOST, WHY CORBYN SAID NOTHING AT FIRST PMQs WITH THERESA MAY?



PMQs (Prime Ministers Questions) is the most important national political exchange/convo: last week an unelected new and the most right wing prime minister took to the dispatch box at PMQs, with the most right-wing government ever in a context of the most right wing situation (and growing) we have ever had, with the connected massive rise of racist attacks during and after the referendum, and low with a gift minister, David Davis, who openly advocated mass forced deportations (source).

Corbyn laid out his first strategic opposition to this new right wing unelected government. He said NOT ONE WORD about immigrant, African or Asian communities and the attacks and ordeals and growing anxiety they are experiencing as a result of the brexit colonial triumphalism (source).

No apologies from me, but immigrant people are equal human beings and we deserve TO EXIST, and more so we should be in the FRONT of political opposition and advocacy against this right wing westminster regime. We should never accept being made invisible like this, and should force supposed leaders to articulate as a matter of urgency and primacy, the defence and liberation of ALL immigrants as THE way of defending all the oppressed. I will never accept a situation or leadership that treats us immigrants as not even second class considerations.

- Sukant Chandan, Sons of Malcolm

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