JEREMY CORBYN has been accused of being too RIGHT-WING by the Socialist Party – who have dubbed him the new Maggie Thatcher.
In a tweet to the Labour leader, the official Socialist Party account said to him that socialism must replace capitalism in Britain, and implied Mr Corbyn was trying to fudge it.
Outdated failing capitalism must be eradicated and replaced with socialism. Forget about wanting to manage capitalism to make it nicer. pic.twitter.com/5H5OuNYfBU
— The Socialist Party (@OfficialSPGB) September 28, 2017
They said: “Outdated failing capitalism must be eradicated and replaced with socialism.
“Forget about wanting to manage capitalism to make it nicer.”
The tweet was accompanied by a snap of Jeremy’s face on former Tory PM Margaret Thatcher.
The party argues that Mr Corbyn’s definition of socialism isn’t good enough, and they want a “class-free, state-free, money-free society with free access”.
The party also tweeted out an article written today which argued that “Jeremy Corbyn is a real threat to the working class, but they still haven’t realised” and labelled the party “delusional”.
A fresh poll out today from YouGov showed that a third thought capitalism WAS harming the country.
Theresa May tried to fight back in a speech at the Bank of England today, arguing that a world without the current system would make Brits poorer and society would be worse off.
The Labour leader took aim at the former PM in his conference speech yesterday, declaring that capitalism had failed.
He told the party faithful on the final day of the gathering in Brighton: “There is a new common sense emerging about how the country should be run.
“That’s what we fought for in the election and that’s what’s needed to replace the broken model forged by Margaret Thatcher many years ago.”
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The leftie leader unveiled his hard-left socialist vision for the country yesterday – promising to take on big business, introduce rent controls, and “infect” the rest of Britain with Corbynism.
The fanatical crowd broke into a rendition of ‘Oh Jeremy Corbyn!’ as the leader shook hands with supporters on his way to the podium.
Business leaders immediately hit back to tell him he was “divorced from reality” and insisted: “we are not the enemy”.
And the Tories attacked him for failing to call out antisemitism and giving “no explanation” on how Labour would deliver their big promises.