Wednesday, 29 April 2009
Cameron's credibility hangs on today's PMQ's
Brown is on the ropes, utterly, his own party is riven, the Blairites know that the experiment is over and three wins in a row is not going to be repeated therefore revenge is the order of the day for the humiliations intiated by the likes of McBride.
The Old Guard of the Labour Party have had enough and cannot stomach Brown a day longer
Jacqui Smith is finished and the Police are no longer fit for purpose follwing ten years of unaccountable politicisation.
Despite 'Saving the World' and abolishing 'Boom and Bust', world leaders are ridiculing Brown to his face.
PMQ's today should sound the death knell for Brown, the Government benches opposite want to give in, they are tired and exhausted by the last two years. They certainly do not want to be sitting there in two months when the Tsunami of disgust from the voters overwhelms them when the MP's expenses have to be published. Resignations will be two a penny, and the Brown Government will surpass the last Major Administration for hubris,vanity,incompetence and corruption.
So who is going to let Brown off, I am afraid it is going to be lightweight Cameron and his schoolchum Osborne. I sense that for them they believe it is their turn at playing with the levers of power.
I cannot find anybody Red,Blue, Yellow, Green supporting that has ANY confidence in Cameron, he just will not be Brown.
Cameron tries to be all things to all things to all men, that is not Leadership.
We had the failed Blue/Green experiment to court popularity (the only blue green entity I know is a toxic Algae).
He has discounted and sidelined the talent that is in the Libertarian wing of his party (Dan Hannan's popularity was a huge personal embarrassment for Call me Dave)in his speech of September 2008 conference speech- 'We are not a Libertarian Party'
But what sort of Party is the Cameroonian Party ? Buggered if I know, and I suspect that is the position of the Electorate.
The next Election is not important- The Tories will win it, with another 'landslide' with a minority of electoral vote which will usher in another Elective Dictatorship.
The election after that will be the important one.
The system is rotten to the core and needs reform and if we already have PR in the rest of Europe and Scotland,Wales and Northern Ireland why not here ?
The BNP have blossomed because the public are concerned about immigration changing the face of the country- because we are not allowed to even mention the 'I' word for being called a racist. If you call people racist long enough they will start voting for a racist party like the BNP.
The Labour Party and Conservative Party are nothing more than broad coalitions that are largely dishonest and spend time fighting each other than opposing the otherside.
At the Convention on Modern Liberty earlier this year. The most powerful speakers from the floor and the panel advocated Constitutional Reform. The Engine of Democracy is clapped out- it needs a rebore and overhaul.
Let the BNP take their seats in a PR Parliament, alongside Respect, the Socialists, Communists, Libertarians etc etc. However do none of this until the Rights of the Individual are enshrined in a Constitution that neuters the power of the Government to that of the servant of the people. The Swiss have done it, so did the Americans.
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity that we cannot allow incomptetants like Brown and lightweight clones Clegg and Cameron take from us.
Cameron did not disappoint- He was sidelined over the Mexican Plague and was weak on the Gurkhas. Cameron has just helped Brown off the ropes -Again !