Facts are beginning to emerge which suggest that Ed Milliband is in fact a Tory “Plant”.
An unknown source linked to Eaton Public School said that Cameron, Clegg and Milliband all schemed while at university together to infiltrate the Labour Party. At the time the Labour party was, post Militant Tendency, too busy looking over its left shoulder to notice to the trickle of right wingers joining the party.
Blair was the first notable and he quickly dispatched Kinnock, the man who made Labour electable, to exile in Brussels while carefully positioning Labour in the political centre. This effectively removed their identity. Blair’s pronouncements and personal life choices then became more and more bizarre. This combined with his alignment with the Pentagon stooge Bush to enrol the UK in a disastrous war completed the destruction of Labour as an electable party. This may have achieved a marginal victory for Cameron and Clegg but Labour was still a force to be reckond with in the longer term.
Phase two was to install the Milibands. Their real purpose would be hidden behind a smokescreen of political rivalry with one of them pretending to be the sacrificial lamb when the other took over as party leader. Other “sleeper” tories where then secreted into shadow cabinet positions to tighten the hold on dissenters. Idealogical clowns who could not be easily dispensed with were promoted beyond their abilities while Tory Central Office dug up uncomfortable facts about their past to undermine their influence. Harman was one of the more high profile victims and she was brought to book by the revelation that she had in earlier times supported pedophile organisations.
Phase three was for Miliband, ably assisted by other political martyrs, all from wealthy right wing families, to reduce Labour to a party without credibility. This ongoing process is being achieved by announcing ludicrous policies in lacklustre speeches who’s real purpose is to stress the distance which has opened up between the leadership of professional politicians (undercover tories) and the traditional labour voters.