No Labour Leader, old or new enough to be wet behind the ears, can ever lay claim to Disraeli, and his heir Macmillan's mantle. Yet it seems distasteful - so Ken Livingstone-ish - to exemplify Ed Miliband's 'One' speech, and his political claims, with the National Socialist
'eine Volk, eine Partei, ein Fuhrer!'
It is more on the Miliband scale as well to identify his demand for the one-party state (not one nation, not one nation at all) with
'One people one country! One country one party! One party one leader! One leader - Kaunda! '
though 'one leader - Miliband' doesn't have quite the rhythmic force of the African cry.