Every time I’m tempted to unsubscribe from the Guardian email, which annoys me awake every morning, I realize I’d regret it immediately.
It provides too much fodder…
Rather than defending Hillary, she condemns her as part of the glamorous “Davos class” and rightly says that Trump voters were in part rejecting her for that membership.
Of course, Klein (if she is known at all) is considered part of that same class by those same voters, so we see how deep her self-delusion runs.
This morning, her “solutions” are the usual social democrat, Bernie Sanders stuff, and she praises her own Leap Manifesto, making it sound, over at the Guardian, like some kind of powerful force here in Canada instead of something even the NDP sped away from (you could practically hear the screeching tires…)
Here’s a video of Klein and the Leap crew laughing when a supporter asks them how they expect to pay for this grand “green,” social justice scheme:
That’s why this punchline is priceless:
At the very bottom of this blather about sharing and caring and “redistribution” and a “real left,” we see this text, highlighted, and complete with Amazon’s proven “give us money” orange buttons at the bottom:
Since you’re here … we have a small favour to ask. More people are reading the Guardian than ever but far fewer are paying for it…
And there you have it:
Socialism. Why it can’t work.
Because they’re socialists, and don’t know how to manage money.
But they have the solutions to all your problems, people.
This time it will be different.