What Is Labour Tomorrow?

What is Labour Tomorrow? A group of Blairite figures have create a company called Labour Tomorrow. April 1st 2016 It had been Incorporated by Nicola Murphy on, that was a good few months prior to the Anyone But Corbyn coup was launched. It soon appointed David Blunkett and his fellow unelected House of Lords peer Brenda Dean. Tomorrow project are Blairites All three of the senior figures behind this Labour. David Blunkett was a Blair loyalist who served in a variety of cabinet positions under Blair, including Home Secretary. The Labour Tomorrow website promises that it’s some kind of fundraising organisation to support centre-left activities like political sites, smart campaigns, policy development and debate.

The only post on the website was compiled by Blunkett and Dean. After getting a few predictable digs at Jeremy Corbyn this article claims that the company has “already raised funds which is deployed to back projects in policy development, digital mass media, campaigning and building activist networks”. This concentrate on digital mass media is interesting. It’s absolutely clear that the right-wing Blairite faction of the Labour Party are taking a hammering on social media. Nowadays the news plan can’t be carefully orchestrated by drip-feeding stories to the mainstream press because pesky independent bloggers and sociable media activists like me keep coming along to rip their narratives aside.

Social media isn’t yet powerful enough to entirely counter-balance the mainstream press propaganda machine, but as time moves on more and more people are abandoning daily papers and seeking information on the smartphones instead. This sort of fake grassroots campaigning is a new development hardly, in fact it has been going on for a long time and has even obtained the nickname “astroturfing”. The Labour Tomorrow Twitter account hasn’t published an individual tweet and is only pursuing six accounts (including those of the Blairite thinktank Progress and the Blairite riddled Fabian Society).

Despite having published no content, this account nas amassed over 2,000 fans. This discrepancy between the lack of content and comes after and the significant number of followers will do to improve the suspicions of anyone who actually knows the fundamentals of how Twitter works. The small most real people following a Labour Tomorrow accounts actually seem to be Jeremy Corbyn followers keeping an eye on it to see what it eventually does! A look through their efforts of a few of the 2 2,000 unusual spambot accounts reveal the exact same retweets over and over and once more.

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One of the most commonly retweeted articles by the Labour Tomorrow spambot army is an advertisement for a company offering chewy sweets in the form of stickes. It seems that whenever Labour Tomorrow kicks into life, their spambot military will switch seamlessly from hawking edible sticks to hawking even less palatable Blairite propaganda!

The problem with buying likes from clickfarms is that it only creates a veneer of popularity. The fact that Labour Tomorrow have eliminated in for the same kind of paid-like spambot techniques as disgusting extreme right groupings just would go to show how far behind the curve these are on social press. If they are just going to waste materials the funds they’ve raised (from up to now unnamed resources) on idiocy like paying spambot clickfarms to follow their Twitter account, the Labour Tomorrow astroturfing marketing campaign appears arranged to be no threat to anyone. Another Angry Voice is a “Pay As YOU ARE FEELING” website. You could have access to most of my work for free, or you can pick to make a little donation to help me keep writing. The choice is yours entirely.