Tuesday 28 July 2020


Keir Starmer's flip-flopping support for Black Lives Matter has gone full circle as he unveils new artwork that will hang in his Westminster office.  The raised black fist was drawn by a young Scottish artist who auctioned it off to raise funds for BLM.  Another £600 went into their healthy coffers, on top of the £1.1 million it has raised online.  What has happened to this cash or what will happen to it is anyone's guess, but it's clear that they are not going away and Britain is just one black death away from chaos.

The anonymous winner of the auction decided to donate the artwork to the Labour Party and contacted East Renfrewshire councillor Paul O'Kane.  O'Kane asked his party leader if he would be interested in taking the artwork and Sir Squeaky was only too happy to oblige.

Starmer with the artwork he will display in his office

Starmer told Cllr O'Kane: "Please pass on my thanks to both the donor and Kieran and let them know that I will be hanging it in my private office in the Leader of the Opposition's suite".  The artist is 20-year-old Kieran Mackenzie from the village of Lochwinnoch in Renfrewshire.  Sounds like a diverse place, not.

Kieran Mackenzie and Cllr Paul O'Kane