The EU parliament election results in the UK went very much as expected. The Brexit party coming top with about 32% of the vote. As expected the pro remain vote went heavily towards the Liberal democrats.

Also as expected the Conservative party took an electoral hammering winning only about 9% of the vote. Labour did not do much better. The obvious reason fo these two party,s heavy defeat was their failure to deliver brexit. However Labour was also trying to appeal to both remain and brexit voters at the same time. However, I now expect Labour to come out firmly as a remain party. This may gain some voters in the affluent parts of London but it will be an electoral disaster in the Midlands and the North of England. I also now expect the Conservatives to elect a hard no deal pro brexit leader as the next prime minister.

So the political future for the United kingdom for the next couple of years will be to say the least very turbulent as the battle over brexit between those who want to accept the democratic vote of June 2016 and those who are trying to sabotage the vote intensifies.

In the rest of the European Union the real losers were the party,s of the European ‘socialists’ and the party of the European ‘Left’ The later won only 38 seats in the parliament. The reason for the ‘left’ poor performance is not hard to find. The austerity imposed in Greece by the Syriza government and the same policies imposed by the last ‘socialist’ government in France.

Unfortunately the European ‘left’ are the strongest supporters of the EU project. They will accept any austerity and privatization to implement this project.

My own personal view is that the EU is profoundly undemocratic. It destroys the power of national parliaments. It also enforces privatization, austerity and mass unemployment on member EU states.

As a pro brexit socialist I feel that we must redouble are efforts to get the UK out of the EU. Also we must try and build an anti globalist and anti EU movement in both the UK and the rest of the EU.

Best wishes for all for the future.



In November 2016 I wrote a blog called, will Donald Trump choose the path of peace? With his threats against Venezuela and his astonishing threat to ‘end Iran’ clearly he has chosen the path of war and conflict.

Whether or not he was in favour of peace but was threatened by the deep state or whether he has always really been a war monger we do not know. But his visit to the UK and his actions during his presidency raise a number of issues.

Firstly it does not really matter who is the president of the USA. As the country is always controlled by the deep state made of the military industrial complex and the oligarchical corporate capitalist elite whoever is president. This is why policies do not really change much whoever is president.

Secondly,American/Western imperialism is supremely evil. They believe in permanent war. Also injustice and internal repression in the USA and other western imperialist countries.

Thirdly they believe in ransacking the resources of third world countries and the global south. They will never accept a multi polar world with Russia and China. This is why a third world war is quite possible.

The key question is what should we do to fight back. Firstly try and attend the anti Trump demonstrations on his visit to the UK in June 2019.

Secondly try and get involved in anti war,anti imperialist and anti corporate rule campaigns.

Do not despair. Never give up. Keep on fighting back.

Best wishes for the future. God bless you all.


On the 23/5/19 the voters of the UK will be asked to vote in elections to the European Union parliament. In my opinion this is outrageous as this country has already voted to leave the EU in June 2016. For more background on my views on this please see my most recent blog about the plot to sabotage brexit.

Th obvious question then to ask is what to do now that the decision has been made for the UK to take part in the EU elections on 23/5/19. Remainers will probably be very pleased that the UK is taking part in the elections. However, I am certain that this view will backfire. As I am confident that the Brexit party will win about 40% of the vote in the elections. This I feel will will turn the brexit situation back in favour of the pro leave elements in the UK.

Most pro brexit voters including many left wing brexit supporters will vote for the Brexit party on the 23/5/19. Including George Galloway who I greatly admire. However,I personally will be boycotting the elections on the 23/5/19. I agree with point of view of the Socialist Labour Party and Communist Party of Britain that voters should boycott the EU elections. The reason for this is that the elections are wholly illegitimate as this country has already voted to leave the EU.

I expect the Conservative party to quite rightly take a hammering on the 23/5/19. The Labour party will also suffer a big defeat although nowhere near as heavy as that of the Conservative party. Interestingly many of the Labour candidates are pro EU Blarite reactionaries. So much for the Labour party being now under the control of the hard left. I can see why many pro brexit voters will vote for the brexit party on the 23/5/19. However I am personally of the view that people should boycott the elections. Of course every body is entitled to their own point of view. It is important that after the elections that those of us who support brexit redouble our efforts to fight for a peoples brexit.

In my next blog to be published shortly after the EU elections. I will analyse the results of the European parliament elections results both hear in the UK and in the rest of the European Union.

Best wishes for the future.