I Stand with Jeremy Corbyn and Labour for a UK Election Upset On Polling Day, June 8th, 2017

I do not see Britain's current Prime Minister Theresa May as being an effective counter weight to Donald Trump. Their ideas may well be too much aligned on some of the issues facing the world today.

I Stand with Jeremy Corbyn and Labour for a UK Election Upset On Polling Day, June 8th, 2017

I stand with Corbyn to bring forth a more effective strategy on countering home-grown terror, more so than May. I stand with Corbyn to seek more equitable economic growth, and improve access to opportunity for the disadvantaged more so than May. I stand with Corbyn to approach BREXIT with a clearer head as opposed to May.

It is true, Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn needs an effective mix of  "influencers" and policy gurus in his Labour camp to run Britain. That very premise may be the spoke in his wheel on election day in the UK on Thursday, June 8th, 2017.

It may be, as well as it may not.

I think additionally, that based on the ground Corbyn has gained in these last few weeks of campaigning, he will pick up some valuable seats to put a dent in the expected Tory haul that Prime Minister May, and her Tory Camp had been salivating over when she first announced this snap UK election.

If JC wins it all, then it may very well be the political upset needed to jolt Labour back towards being the party that many who once voted Labour, trusts it to be.

The most successful Labour Leader of recent times, Tony Blair, and Corbyn do have two fundamentally different views of what the Labour Party should be. Blair did leave the party in fairly good knick, despite his error with the Iraq war. Corbyn can be trusted not to make that march to war like Blair did. 

I blame Ed Miliband, and his backstabbing of his brother David, for Labour lurching from pillar to post for so long in the wilderness. The heir to the Labour high seat should have been David Miliband and not Ed. I have no doubt David may well have been PM today, with his political nous; his command of policy; and his savvy with the media.

As for current PM Theresa May - well I don't trust her firstly. I simply don't.

She was for BREXIT, but played the fence during the campaign to take Britain out of Europe. She acquired the Prime Ministership by stealth and not by merit. She refuses to condemn the outlandish behaviour towards London's Mayor et al by the current White House occupant, Donald Trump. I do not trust PM May one bit.

Secondly, I've never been a Tory backer.

If the debate, and the election truly hinges on safety in an age where terror is coming to Western doorsteps ever more than before - well, for a long term strategy that makes sense; one that is considerate of the variables involved; and one that does not go chest beating in seeking to rip up Human Rights Accords agreed to for the protection of citizens, then I will publicly say my money will be placed on Mr Jeremy Corbyn.

I see a counter to Donald Trump's America first policy, and his threat of creating a global cyst in geo-political relations with his wild west style of "twitter politics".

My Coalition of Balance and a Common Sense Approach
would be Germany's Angela Merkel, France's newly elected President Macron, and if he triumphs in the polls, the UK's Jeremy Corbyn. These three I do feel will present a formidable wall to any Trumpism rampage that may be imagined, and is being planned presently on global political, economic and foreign affairs relationships.

I do not see Britain's current Prime Minister Theresa May as being an effective counter weight to Donald Trump. Their ideas may well be too much aligned on some of the issues facing the world today. 

After considering all the factors on the table, I stand with Corbyn to bring forth a more effective strategy on countering home-grown terror, more so than May. I stand with Corbyn to seek more equitable economic growth, and improve access to opportunity for the disadvantaged more so than May. I stand with Corbyn to approach BREXIT with a clearer head as opposed to May. 

Corbyn for an upset I say! Either by stealing the Prime Ministership outright, or by denting the present Tory majority in the House of Commons.

Let the chips fall where they must.