Monday, 28 September 2009

You can come back, we can come back

You can come back, we can come back
Who is there worthy of your vote?

Here it comes, the general election, and who are you going to vote for?
Some of us have seen all 3 parties serve terms in office, and if we are to look at the truth, we will see that none of them have stuck to their manifestoes, and none of them have ever been for the people, that’s you, and me.
This election will see many first time voters knowing nothing but labour rule.
Anyone who has known the ideals of the original labour will now hardly recognise new labour. The Labour party was made by the workers for the workers, but, since Tony Blair, it has been shanghaied by self inclusive selfish types whose aim is to line their own pockets and support their own agenda, not that of the people, as it professes.
The conservatives shout that they will bring change it, this they already did with their Thatcher regime, who systematically sold off our industries and jobs.
You will notice that this is a continued practice by the new Labour party also.
So there is no point in voting for a party that doesn’t have the people’s interests at the heart of their manifesto.
Liberal seem to be talking a lot, but they are just the same as the others, self inclusive all the way.
So there you have it, how many other parties are you aware of?
The Green party, this has potential but is kept in the background of the election choices.
A point to note is that the United Nations investigated Russia’s President Putin, saying that he was monopolising the election with his media campaign and restricting the amount of information available on the other parties who were also up for election.
If we look at the UK we will see the same thing. Basically there are only 3 parties that get the main media attention, Labour, Conservatives, and Liberal. It seems that they are all busy putting their plans together for the general election, and they seem totally unaware as to the peoples feeling at the moment.
What are the people feeling?
Good question, to try and hit the main points, the following should be at the front of any party worthy of election, but unfortunately as always, the government and their kind seem to be missing the point.
How can people have faith in a body of people calling themselves MP’s when the people have seen what the real deal is?
Low investment into new tecnologies that are green, low investment in education and innovation.
Selling off more of the UK’s industries to private companies. These include the Royal Mail post office, your local doctor’s surgeries, so called "Public Transport" companies(Who never reduce their fairs, not even whilst carrying out extensive work on the overground and underground, generally on weekends, so that it won't effect business as usual, but it will effect your time off waiting for the delayed train or taking the rail replacement service), these along with many more.

What have the governments already sold off between them?
The transport system
Areas of the NHS
Call centres
British coal (this was when they should have started with green initiatives and new jobs)
British steel (but still people needed ships), Rover, (This time they should have invested in the green car industry)the list could go on, but you already know that.

You, your brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts, fathers, mothers, and ancestors have for years have and do work hard. Every day paying VAT on 90% of purchases you make, this has increased over time the most recent being an increase from 15 pence in the pound to 17.5 pence in the pound 17.5%. This means that almost everything you buy, they take money from you.
Every hour you work, they take a percentage of your wages, year in, year out. And what have they given in return? You can answer this one.
Very little compared to the amount of monies, billion upon billions that they take every year and this has been going on for hundred of years.
We have seen how they treat the people with contempt, whilst paying themselves excessive amounts and stealing your money by scamming expenses. On top of this many of them also have vested interests as silent partners within big businesses. This usually results in legislation and laws being passed that are not in the interest of the many, but of the few.
So who gets your vote? The politicians seem to be missing the point; a vast majority of people have lost faith in all of them, with the main charge falling on the main parties, all of them are in the same boat together, not one person stood away from the expenses, because they are all involved either by direct action or by way of deliberately saying nothing.
What our country needs is someone real, someone who is of the people, not from some elitist self inclusive private club run by people with money for people with money.
We need someone who will stop all the banks outrageous bonus schemes, who will take action reclaiming some of your money back from those greedy types. We need someone who sees that investment and innovation in green industries is the way forward. Someone who sees public services a paramount importance, someone who is of the people for the people. We are the people, who are we going to vote for??????

Pretty soon they’ll make it so that the only way people get to be a representative for the people is if they have money. At present to run a mayoral campaign you’ll need £10,000 to be in the running. This is all wrong, anyone should be eligible for election, whether that’s for a mayoral position or for that of Prime minister, irrelevant of financial standing, after all, lets face it, there are more poor people than affluent people, so the representation would be more balanced. Is that why they keep people poor, so that they can’t afford the liberty of free choice?
So who are you going to vote for?
Who will bring change?
I could, you could, the people could, and that’s us by the way.
But where do you tick the box for that one? The people of the UK.

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