The British Working-Class are Labour's Real Victims

July 1, 2019


Michael Ebenazer Kwadjo Omari Owuo Jr, or better known as 'Stormzy', is a rapper based in the United Kingdom. The 25 year-old so-called 'Grime Artist' donned a union flag stab vest, used a sample of Labour MP David Lammy's words coupled with statistics of the tendency to re-offend for 'Black Men' and even screamed 'f*** the government and f*** Boris' as a part of his on-stage performance.

David Lammy's tweet:
@stormzy using his headline spot at #glastonburyfestival2019 to speak out about the injustice of young black kids being criminalised in a biased and disproportionate justice system. Humbled and inspired that he sampled my speech. Salute #Merky

David Lammy who is best known for his habitual race-baiting, and back in February this year, after he saw a photo of the BBC's Stacey Dooley for holding a child and investigating the work Comic relief does. He tweeted:

"The world does not need any more white saviours. As I've said before, this just perpetuates tired and unhelpful stereotypes."

Stormzy also had another outburst after the Grenfell tragedy and used the Brit Awards as a platform once again and decided to blame Tory PM, Theresa May and screamed:

"What, you thought we just forgot about Grenfell? You criminals and you've got the cheek to call us savages, you should do some jail time, you should pay some damages, you should burn your house down and see if you can manage this."

Theresa May has never called Stormzy, or anyone else a savage and at the time £58m had been committed for rehousing, mental health and emotional support for victims and families.

The self-proclaimed 'Child of Grime' has used his platform in the past to endorse the likes of Labour Party Leader, Jeremy Corbyn, when he was interviewed by the Guardian he spoke of heartfelt admiration for his politics and activism. Why doesn't Stormzy whom claims to fight against burning injustices against minority groups and cultures call out the Labour Party for their hostility, prejudice, and discrimination against Jewish people?

The Equality and Human Rights Commission have launched an official investigation into claims of the Labour Party unlawfully discriminating against, harassing and victimising people because they are Jewish. The only other political party in the United Kingdom to face a formal investigation by The Equality and Human Rights Commission are the British National Party (BNP).

The dangerous and divisive left-wing political agitator touted "Corbyn's favourite grime artist" is playing a pivotal role in helping Boris Johnson walk into 10 Downing Street, and pushing Labour further down the road of irrelevance and student union politics.





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