Thursday, 11 June 2009

Who votes Labour?


Some interesting research out today which may throw light on the conundrum of who actually votes Labour.

It seems that 30% of the British population are unable to access Old Holborn, Guido, or the renown Anna Raccoon. Amazingly, the government are keen to see these people on-line..........

For 30% of those currently offline the main reasons given for that choice was financial or lack of skills.

'Lack of finance, lack of skills'.........definitely Labour's target audience.........what will happen to their vote when these people are able to access the truth, rather than putting their knee jerk vote where the MSM tells them to?

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

....or the renown (sic) Anna Raccoon...

Ejaculated by... Anna Raccoon.



Cunt.

Scan said...

Very astute OH!

Aon said...

According to El Reg the BBC have an online form asking people why they don't use computers or teh intraweb tubes at all.

Your licence fee at work.

Anonymous said...

Not actually MY licence fee as I don't actually bother.....

However, of the 30% not online & without access to the truth about NuLabour lies, how many of them vote? If they already fail to vote how will online access change anything?

Anonymous said...

Completely O/T but I've just been reading 'The 25 Dirtiest Political Campaigns Of All Time' & in number 20 there's a baddie called 'Ed Ball' - nothing ever changes, does it?

BNP guido refugee said...

you don't think New Labour will encourage their core voters to go online without the proper "protections" in place, do you ?

Newgates Knocker said...

Is it Shannon Matthews Grandad !!!

Shibby said...

lol

Dick Puddlecote said...

Once online they will join Facebook and ... err ... that's it.

Anonymous said...

I preferred the days when computers were dumb and the users had to be smart.

Half these cunts cannot manage English - why should we make their lives even harder by attempting to give them access to the big, bad, Intarweb?

I don't want geriatric Moslem spastics fucking up my online life. You don't need, nor do you deserve, the Internet. I am not going to pay for your broadband, you lazy, workshy technomongs.

Get your own fucking connection.

Oh, I almost forgot - Ofcom is just another quango producing tractor production statistics with your money. Do not pay for a licence.

Anonymous said...

By the time those people are online there may be monitoring and censoring of "offensive" material. ie. off message material. They would be moving towards it now if they weren't lagging so much in the polls. If it stops one person from being offended.........usual stuff.

Anonymous said...

Who votes labour?
Simples!
1) The hard left
2) Immigrants
3) Welfare junkies
4) Educationally sub-normal

That's about 15% of the population,by my calculation.
Urban11

Anonymous said...

P.S.
Many labour voters will fit into at least two or more of the above. Some,all four.
Urban11

electro-kevin said...

Those 30% are not online mostly because they don't want to be.

90% of the 70% spend all of their days looking at porn. That's why they were too busy to get out and vote.

Country's full of wankers !

Anonymous said...

By the time those people are online there may be monitoring and censoring of "offensive" material. ie. off message material. They would be moving towards it now if they weren't lagging so much in the polls. If it stops one person from being offended.........usual stuff.

We already have Cleanfeed, which supposedly exists to filter child porn and "hate speech". The blacklist comes from the Internet Watch Foundation, who are as Righteous as anyone could be and shot to fame last year after messing with Wikipedia. Theoretically, ISPs don't have to adopt the IWF blacklist, but in reality there is much pressure to do so, and all the major ones do.

The future of Cleanfeed is the addition of government spyware that you are required to run on your PC. This is obvious, because Cleanfeed is New Labour's version of "The Great Firewall of China", and the Great Firewall turned out not to be particularly effective at blocking whatever it is that the Communists don't want their citizens to read this week. The latest thing is government spyware that all citizens are supposed to install. It's harder to work around that in a cyber cafe.

I particularly like this comment from Pravda:
Although many countries around the world routinely block and filter net content, China's regime is regarded as particularly severe. "There is no transparency about what they are blocking," said Mr Maclay.

Of course that comment also applies to Cleanfeed. The blacklist is secret, you will be arrested for distributing it, and if you visit a blacklisted site, the censorship is disguised as a Not Found error to hide what has happened. Unsurprisingly, Pravda does not seem to notice the similarity.

Roger Thornhill said...

I have seen this coming for some time.


1. Government sees "deprived" not getting access.
2. Govt subsidises "access"
3. Govt demands control over what "it"* pays for
4. It is "simpler" to control everyone's access as otherwise it would "discriminate" against "the deprived".

Ergo they will eventually want to censor access and put us all in their "walled garden".





* we do, but we are discussing their mindset here

Anonymous said...

Who votes New Labour?
After last Thursday,it looks like a lot of Scots who want revenge on the sassanchs.

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