Thursday, 11 June 2009

And Then He Goes And Ruins It By Saying Restore The Authority Of Parliamemt

As much as I find Hague amusing and erudite, making Cameron look the twit he is, Hague ruins a perfectly good speech by saying we must restore the Authority of Parliament by having a General Election.

Two points Billy Boy, the People have the Authority in this setup, not Parliament. Parliament is only loaned Sovereignity by the electorate, that is the bit the 646 always forget, this sustains their arrogance and their theft. It sustains their view that only they can provide 'essential services'. Secondly it betrays that the Tory Party is still deeply Authoritarian at its heart and will never give way to Electoral Reform.

The two major parties have been caught with their collective hand in the Taxpayer's wallet.

Devolving all power apart from Defence and Foreign affairs away from Westmister is the only way forward, only when power is devolved closer to the electorate, will things ever change.

There is no service that is essential that cannot be done better and cheaper by anybody else other than by the corrupt,bloated inefficient State.

Westminster does not know how to do anything different to the way it is doing it now, until the 646 are brought to heel, nothing will improve or change.


Anonymous said...

Though personally I would give my eyeteeth for a GE now so that I don't have to spend another year lining the pockets of all those thieves & cunts who are currently ripping us off - and who plan on so doing until they're kicked out screaming next year. I would also like to see the humiliation of McBroon being forced into an election which he would certainly lose - through voter apathy if nothing else - having avoided elections like the plague since he took over. It might even end with him losing his own seat - and wouldn't that be fun to watch?

Paul said...

We really are fucked, aren't we?

What do we have to look forward to?

Even more authoritarianism, decades of debt, further giving away of sovereignty to the EU and the rise of racists.

Brilliant. Thanks, New Labour.

Maturecheese said...

OH I wholeheartedly agree that power needs to be devolved somewhat to a more local level but how that will happen , I don't know. I am a bit concerned that PR might be brought in by the present mob and that could be a disaster if it means we always end up with Lib/Lab.

The problem with private services provision is the historic tendency for private firms to make vast amounts of money from public contracts and not always deliver an acceptable level of service. It seems we, at present, have a choice between low productivity and large amounts of waste in government run public services or huge profiteering in privately run services with the service provided not always as good. ie, hospital cleaning services.

The Penguin said...

Sadly there's too many folk with vested interest in how things are for any meaningful change without some form of catastrophe forcing it to happen.

I don't think Cameron is in the Thatcher league, and Thatcher failed to get all the changes she thought were necessary.

The Penguin

Oldrightie said...

"making Cameron look the twit he is,"
So you know the Leader of The Conservative Party well, OH? He's got a lot further than any blogger I know. Before you sound off about class and toffs and wealthy families, even born into privilege, a person still needs to work to get on. That's life. I was born into poverty and labour never, never improved my lot. Look around the sink estates, crime and deprivation then tell me how much 12 years of piling up debt has achieved.

As for the electorate, how many can't be bothered to vote?
We have the politicians most people deserve. Those of us who graft to make a difference, don't.
The arrogance of bloggers can be no less valid than that of anyone else.

Anonymous said...

Isn't there a difference between Government and Parliament? If so, he's right - too many decisions are made by government (Labour/Brown) and presented as done and dusted, no debate, no dissent.

Guthrum said...

Cameron is a Blair clone- all things to all men, will say anything to garner a vote, and change his mind at the drop of a hat.

QED a twit with no bottom other than personal ambition

Anonymous said...

Two points Billy Boy, the People have the Authority in this setup, not Parliament.

You need to brush up on your constitutional law, my ignorant friend.

electro-kevin said...

I'd settle for just one of parties to create the very obvious manifesto the people are crying out for. Then watch the voter turnout rocket.

Why are we being denied this ?

The fact that, even to this day, the BNP have been unable to gain a significant foothold in the face of outright provocation from the political classes, is testament to the good nature and fairness of the British people.

We deserve better.

Anonymous said...

We do not want electoral reform.

Electoral reform will turn out to be some camel of a system designed by Mandelbum to make sure people like him stay in power for ever.

What we want is (1) a General Election (2) Some honourable people in the House of Commons and (3) a Referendum on the EU consitution.

And footnote on item (3): NO funny business, NO leading questions, NO vast disparity in funding and advertising between the two sides.

Maturecheese said...

Anonymous 16:23

I agree with you, it would be nice but unfortunately you seek fairness and I'm sorry to say that after 45 years of life experience I can definitely tell you it doesn't exist.

Guthrum said...

You need to brush up on your constitutional law, my ignorant friend.

No my ignorant Anon Friend you do

....governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; that whatever form of government becomes destructive of these ends; it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it.

The acceptance of anything else is slavery

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