Unlike the Conservative’s steadfast resolve in their own policies and manifesto, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has made a wild u-turn on a promise he made about his party’s international policy.

Prior to the 2017 general election, in which Labour made surprising gains, he was quoted as saying: “I want a world of peace. I’m not interested in bombs. I’m not interested in wars. I’m interested in peace.”

Upon further questioning after the election, it was clear that Corbyn’s loony leftie world peace idea was not going to happen and there was never really any plan for it by this hapless Labour leader.

Is this what the liberals want? Our great country ran by a man who changes his mind every two seconds? Sure, he clearly isn’t much of a man if he cannot put up with a bit of war and death and destruction every now and then. However, going back on his word – even for that soft lefty ideal! – makes him basically sub-human.

Do you really want a sub-human as your next Prime Minister?

No. You obviously do not. Let’s hope Labour and all those naïve young people who voted for them (in the hope that he was going to deliver world peace!) will come to their senses and oust this hippy. The Labour party needs a real man, such as Tony Blair, who can order people to their deaths without any of those silly things like morals and conscience getting in the way of making money and retaining lots of power.