Thanks for posting this, it made me kek. Okay, so. I played the Harold Wilson TNO route a day ago, and it was a pretty wild ride. Definitely agree with the people saying 'why is he libertarian socialist when he's a social democrat', but the infighting was definitely more interesting than that. From the beginning Wilson is on a deranged drive to purge the communists, and while you could take this as anti-communist liberalism, and it sort of feels that way in parts, I think that the writer of this route was somewhat self-aware of the insane backstabbing of Labour and social democrats in general, and the route is in fact a criticism of Wilson that makes him look deranged and petulant. With that said, I also don't think the writer was particularly sympathetic to Reg Birch and the CPGB either, which makes sense as I hear that the person who wrote Socialist Labour Party UK is a Barry Goldwater tier views American conservative, and that also explains some of the strange anachronisms in the writing. If I had to guess, I would say his motivation was to create a story where he could say 'See! The so called democratic socialists are just like Stalinists deep down!'. It was pretty funny that Churchill comes back to give a fawning speech about how great HMMLR Britain is now, after SLP wins the election. That's a very American understanding of the man. It would have been much better if you got an event about him giving a petulant, whining speech on Canadian radio about how Britain is going from one form of tyranny into another.
Anyway, the event where Wilson tries to oust Birch at the party conference and gets BTFO is pretty satisfying (if you make sure his reformism fails). Not that I'm really that enthralled by the prospect of an M-L UK either, but Birch really does nothing wrong in any of the events and is correct to denounce Wilson. Wilson doesn't even create the NHS or institute a national minimum wage until his second term, and half of his focus tree is devoted to ousting the leftists from the party. What a clown. 'Libertarian Socialist' indeed.