No, Jeremy Corbyn
While I have backed JC twice in leadership elections, and I back his progressive policies & his wishes to re-nationalise the railways and power utilities, Brexit is an unmitigated disaster for everyone in the UK. A good leader steers the country away from disaster. He doesn't meekly accept policies from crypto-fascist parties like UKIP. Brexit is inimical to everything Labour stands for, and Jeremy needs to recognise that. Hopefully if this little punk-rock ditty makes it to number 1 this Christmas, maybe he'll wake up and sentir le café?
No, Jeremy Corbyn is a satirical swamp rock song that lends support to the progressive reforms proposed by Jeremy but singles out his stance on Brexit, more or less begging him to stop his Brexit obsession so that he can afford to save the NHS and introduce other social reforms. So, No, Jeremy Corbyn is a plea to break the parliamentary paralysis that bedevils Westmonster and its current obsession with the will of the people. Hey, and the song rocks !! Recorded with a top flight band that came together for one day to make the record with a bright young singer called Madeleina Kay. The song is set in a new genre of "Brexit Swamp Blues" and is produced by Bernie Torme, Ozzy Osbourne's guitarist. The first lines of the song set out the satirical agenda well ... "He looks like Jesus Christ" He cooks Basmati Rice" Coming soon, "Jacob Rees-Moog", an 18th Century Tory synthpop dance groove ...
Tell Jeremy that we don't support Labour's brexit stance
This should be the new UK national anthem. 😀 #StopBrexit