“It’s fuck all to do with me…!
So it’s official then – the country that gave democracy to the world is now officially pursuing the same type of electoral fraud that goes on in your typical third world shithole.
It seems that the intelligent snowflake yoof have worked out that not only can you register in two places and vote twice, but that you can round up polling cards and vote 6 times. Well, OK then. Commit electoral fraud and risk the consequences but for fuck safe be intelligent enough to keep quiet about it! But no! We need to go on Farcebook and Twatter and tell everyone how clever we’ve been.
Except you’re not very clever are you? Because Corbyn bought your vote with ludicrous promises to abolish tuition fees (£4 billion) and refund all your £9,000 a year tuition fees (£10 billion) knowing damned well he couldn’t afford it and now he’s proving just what a bunch of mugs you all were by saying it wasn’t a promise, it was just “something we said we’d try to look at and see what could be done”.
Amazing isn’t it that turnout in some student infested areas was as high as 95%? No? Well, this is amazing – the police are coming under criticism for not investigating cases brought to their attention. Well, it’s all those nasty Tory funding cuts. No resources and all that…
Think about it. May only need to lose 6 seats to lose her majority. The top eight seats where the Tories lost by wafer thin margins seems to be in heavily student occupied constituencies. In Kensington, they lost by 20 votes. That would only take 20 people to vote twice to swing it.
Nobody is going to be bold enough to suggest that Labour orchestrated it but they’re sure as hell not going to do much to prevent it or investigate it are they?
The yoof have been played for bunch of mugs whose votes were bought by promises not worth the paper they weren’t written on – and this country has been reduced to the status of banana republic. It’s bloody shameful – even if it’s not that much of a surprise to some of us…
Frankly, when I heard recently that UKIP were now Britain’s third party with polls putting them ahead of the LibDems I was bit skeptical. But then again the fact that we have a coalition government would have been thought ridiculous a couple of years back…
Back in April, the YouGov voting intentions poll put UKIP neck and neck with the Limp Dumps and I thought this was probably a blip. I was wrong. It seems that three different polls this month have put UKIP on 8%. Now that might not sound a lot, but it’s more than the Greens and the have an MP in the commons. And it’s as good as that minor coalition partner.
So why the change of heart? Well, Cameron says that we’re not getting a referendum on the EU. Well, we are but ‘the time is not right at the moment’ which amounts to the same thing. That certainly got up my nose and I suspect I might not be alone?
Also, according to the pollsters, when asked what was the biggest contributing factor to Britain being in recession, over a third replied ‘The european Union’ – specifically the Eurozone so as a pro-European it’s hardly surprising that we’re not getting that referendum ‘at this time’.
I’ve never liked the Fourth Reich as my regular reader will have noticed. It’s corrupt, overly bureaucratic and full of unelected people with nothing better to do than sit on their loathsome spotty behinds squeezing blackheads and thinking up bloody stupid rules – like banning proper lightbulbs, replacing toilet cisterns that actually work with ones that leak and telling us we can’t deport Abu Qatada.
So on that basis, will I vote UKIP in 2015? Too bloody right I will – although it will make no difference as I live in a safe Tory seat…
Are you one of the so called ‘disconnected’ voters? Perhaps you feel ‘disengaged’ or just plain disinterested?
Well, I’ve got news for you. If you don’t go out and vote tomorrow then I have not sympathy for you. If you don’t vote then you have no right to complain. Low turnout simply equals ‘Do what you like to me. I’ll just roll over and let you get on with it!’
For many years now I have campaigned long and hard for compulsory voting in all UK elections – with the stipulation that there must be a box for ‘No suitable candidate’ otherwise it becomes meaningless. There is currently no system in the UK for registering dissatisfaction.
So tomorrow, I don’t care what party you support or don’t support.
If you like the look of the policies of a particular candidate, then vote for that candidate.
But if, like me, you think that politicians in general are a money grabbing, irresponsible, self-centred, lying, cheating pain in the arse who don’t give a toss about the electorate, then write ‘NO SUITABLE CANDIDATE‘ across your ballot paper to spoil it.
Only when there is a majority of spoilt ballots in an election might they actually take notice of us.
Not voting is simply giving in…