UK | The Good (Analysis), the Bad (Result) and the Ugly (Conclusion)

8 05 2010

History of UK Plc government

1945, we had Labour. 1951, Conservative. 1964, tiring of the ‘Same Old Tories’, hand the wheel back to Labour. 1970 and the new decade called for a new government, again Conservative. 1974, scratching their collective heads, the British flock back to Labour. 1979, the year of my brother’s birth saw the electorate return to Conservative control. 1997, and we were bamboozled by NuLabour.

The electorate wanted change.  Some change.

At least it is a hung parliament, the more bickering they do in the Houses of Swine, the less chance of them doing something stupid.

Although, going by the last announcements, the Political Mandarins are discussing Britain’s future behind closed doors without so much as a nod to the electorate.

Gordon Brown is making a resilient last stand (and probably selling the rest of the nations’ assets) and a form of bouquet tennis between Clegg and Cameron once more confirms that the Houses of Swine couldn’t organise a piss-up in a brewery.

The Good

We now have a hung parliament meaning in twelve months or less, we shall be heading to the polls again.  That or the final touches are applied to the One Party EU State.  But that’d be an act of war.

Closer to home, even though the British National Party didn’t make the political quake as publicised, they did however  increase their own vote share by 1.2% with the only ones topping that being the Conservatives.  The Nationalists also battled in more wards this time round with 563,743 souls opting for BNP, that divided by 338 candidates equals 1667.87 votes per ward.

the Bad

26,13,8,943 of our compatriots still have faith in the Status Quo, you know, the Establishment that for the last seventy years have steered us into every iceberg floating.  88.1% of the electorate voted for the continual Eunification of the British Isles.  88.1% of the electorate voted for the continual occupation of Afghanistan.  88.1% of the electorate voted for the continual thievery, corruption and lies.  88.1% of the electorate voted for the continual erosion of our individual liberties.  88.1% of the electorate voted for the continual State-sanctioned discrimination against whitey.  88.1% of the electorate voted for the continual globalisation.

No wonder so many TruBritons now deem themselves expatriates.  We are surrounded by the unseeing and unceasing deluded armies of drones incapable of thinking ‘outside the box’.  Can even understand how our less-knowledgable ancestors used to burn witches.

the Ugly

Mutterings from fellow bloggers have suggested that in times of uncertainty, people like to rely on the familiar and it does sound plausible.  My own thoughts are more sinister.  Like Newton stated that his own findings resulted on previous scholars breakthroughs, the same applies to powermongers.

Tyrants standing on the shoulders of past tyrants.

Over hundreds of years the magnates of power have directed, swayed and coerced the public mood using events (pre-planned or otherwise) and propaganda (news-polluting) and even education (indoctrination).  Bread and Circuses is the term for the Entertainment Wing while Police State suffices for the security end of operations.  And with the aid of technology, psychology and chemistry, the majority can be controlled with less, or as we say in the business world, more efficiently and at half the cost.

Add to that thirty odd years of deliberately gerrymandering a dependable electorate utilizing social engineering, mass immigration and accompanied by the constant promotion of a divisive multiculturalist society.  No mention of the extra interventional government that is bound to be needed to keep the peace between such a vibrant and diverse society.

Sadly, the chickens are coming home to roost for many boroughs and I doubt that Proportional Representation will solve it.  For too long we have been programmed and guided by those who know better.  Like captive birds, we are kept in our cages in a variety of ways, be it educational, economical, social, or just that I feel such a damn attachment to Blighty.

Mindless Musing

Our Government positions itself as an International Corporation.  Fact is, Corporations have no soul or conscience, only shareholders.  And if you’re not a shareholder, you’re either stock or a cost.  The only intention of Government is to Govern and the more dependents, the more need for robbing Peter to pay Paul.  Like some mad crack addict, the Government are only ever interested in issuing new Passports.  More transactions means more work and the more work, the more opportunities to have a go on the money-go-round.

Gods.  Mad.  Funeral Pyre.

Just thankful that it rains often in Blighty otherwise it would have kicked off years ago.

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