How to speak like a University radical – a helpful guide:

From here.

“Blair, Tony.”
Genocidal Tory dictator who led Labour to three disastrous election victories.

“Compassion.”
What their political views are inspired by and no other political person, Along with empathy, kindness, decency and fellow feeling. That and Aneurin Bevan’s dictum that all people who are or vote Tory are “lower than vermin”, including your gran.

“Foot, Michael.”
Visionary thinker who led Labour to triumphant defeat.

“Ideological”.
Adjective describing the motives of their’ opponents. “The Tories’ cuts to public services are ideological.” Compare: “Principled”.

“Labour party membership”.
Body of people that is precisely representative of the electorate at large.
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“Media”.
Network of corrupt Establishment masters who dictate the result of every general election through their brainwashing of the working classes. There is no other explanation for the working class’s rejection of socialism, because the proles are incapable of forming their own opinions.

“Neo-Liberal.”
Useful catch-all for any policy, idea, opinion or action not endorsed by themselves.

“Opposition”.
Pinnacle of political power.

“Personal abuse”.
Something they will never stoop to. Unlike those evil, selfish Tories, and that bastard murdering war criminal Blair, and that disabled killer Iain Duncan-Smith, and that Thatcherite bitch Liz Kendall, and those traitorous Tory quislings the Lib Dems, and those racist thugs UKIP…

“Principled”. Adjective describing the political motives of themselves and associates.. “My support for Nationalising the railways is principled.”
Compare: Ideological.

“Smear/Lies”
Unhelpful and/or embarrassing fact.

“Tory.”
Any human being who opposes, or has yet to declare public support for, their ideas or policies.

“Hatred.”
What ‘Tory scum’ are full of.

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