Sunday, 25 April 2010

Something to think about on May 6th

18 comments:

Rebel Saint said...

Try taking part in the referendum here

Climate Scientologist said...

OK, that's my mind made up.

I *was* going to vote Tory - logic being that the local Zanu MP has got a slim majority and if I can help turn that over I can help get the cunts out of power.

But I just don't trust Call Me Dave - his party is now firmly wedded to multi-cultural, green, politically-correct thinking and will only betray our interests in the long run.

In my area, I have a choice between the LibLabConTrick, an eco-loon Watermelon or UKIP.

UKIP it is - but only because the BNP aren't standing anyone.

I *did* vote BNP in June last year and for the first time in my whole life it actually felt like my vote counted for once - I felt as though I had genuinely made some kind of difference.

Ray Nerslane said...

@Climate Scientologist

I agree entirely with your thoughts on the Tories but don't you think that getting rid of ZanuLabour is top priority at this election, even at the expense of voting Tory?

The situation is similar with my MP who has a wafer-thin majority (530) over the Tories, so I also feel my vote could really make a difference.

Don't risk splitting the anti-Labour vote this time round. The price could simply be too great - Brown back in power. Ugh!

Save your votes for minor parties till the next election, by which time ZanuLabour will hopefully have been DESTROYED.

Anonymous said...

If more than 50% of the electorate
vote,democracy is dead for another
5 years. By voting you are endorsing a corrupt system by which
the poiticians can justify their
further erosion of liberty,in
real terms 14 - - 18% condoning the oppression of the majority.
In 1933 Hitler got 44% of the vote and we call him a Dictator,what do
we call someone with 14-18%.


Lost interest

Peter said...

Vote according to your convictions. "Tactical" voting is wasting your vote - it makes them think you agree with them. And it relies on lots of other people thinking "tactically" too and the reality is the only vote you have any influence over is your own

Gareth said...

I want labour to stay in power so they cannot dodge responsibility for the storm. If a decent party were on the horizon it would be different but there isnt.

Its a tory safe seat here so im voting bnp.

fluto said...

The running down of the military in particular, is all part of the game. Over stretched and underfunded to the point of requiring integration into a euro army.

Sound and Fury said...

OH, I asked you a question at tonight's Hustings, but I don't think I made myself clear: As it stands, I can't decide between you and the Ukip candidate, especially as the two of you are the only ones who dare speak out against the man-made global warming consensus (I'm sure I was the only person in the room who applauded you for that). So, what distinguishes you from Ukip, and why should I vote for you rather than Peter Burkinshaw?

One other thing I'm curious about: if you are elected, will you reveal your identity, or will you keep your mask on?

Old Holborn said...

Well, I'm a Libertarian and believe every voice has the same right to be heard and indeed to speak.

UKIP are a Political party and the needs of the Party to be heard will always be greater than yours.

I thought I was going to get lynched after daring to suggest that the 60 million Great Ignored out there in the real world don't believe the planet is going to end next spring unless Politicians take away all our money away to spend on Wind Turbines.

Imagine being lynched by a baying mob of students called Tarquin and Jocelyn, all hoping to get lucrative jobs in "Climate Research" when they graduate.

caesars wife said...

Sounds fun OH, upsetting water melons !

CW was rather astonished to hear that in stourbridge the Libs had asked the green candidate to stand down ! If only hung parliaments were made by such things . 10 days to go and ed balls gets nicked for using his phone whilst driving(and the kids were in the car) and moisure le clegg has resultly declared that he would not work with the conservatives , but had put feelers out just in case his own party enmasse had a road to damascus moment . But then again what does being a Lib dem mean ?? socialist but not Labour , pro europe but british, piles yet no discomfort .
I used to laugh at the sandle wearing beardy Libs and the incessant pr ,euro burn the lords yabber . The thought of the Libs duping so many into syrupy waste of tax payer money schemes again is a bit much to bear for CW .Indeed the ruin may well be hoping for cleggmania to subside so that his cattle dont run off somewhere else , but they are definietly leaking away from him , due to the ruins ecnomic record which has made millions poorer that they should have been .

Alan johnson would proebely finish Labour off if he became leader ,CW does not put it past Mandelson to be considering the job .

I watched as Kelvin and Sir michael slugged it out with Boulton on the papers , and Sir Michael seemed in disbelief his dear old Labour party had sunk to this low. In Hungary right have made gains and the Austrians seem to still enjoy the kids songs for the fatherland .

Does Nick Clegg really want the same electoral system that allowed Hitler to rise to power ?? very odd not to recognise that at least the current system does deliver stable goverments that can be (or used to be) held to account .

night all

Sound and Fury said...

Well, that's a great answer, I've long thought that we need a commons of independents and no whips...
One final question - I'm an atheist, of the so-called "militant" variety; those of no religious belief seem to be one of the most disenfranchised groups around, with most 'small c' conservatives being CoE bible-thumpers and Labour jumping into bed with Islam. Can you reassure me that you would fairly represent the non-religious members of the constituency? (After all, Dawkins went to Cambridge!)

Sackerson said...

OH - Absolutely first class, well done.

Anonymous said...

Top quality from Pat as usual.

Anonymous said...

Top quality from Pat as usual.

Anonymous said...

"Ray Nerslane said...
@Climate Scientologist

I agree entirely with your thoughts on the Tories but don't you think that getting rid of ZanuLabour is top priority at this election, even at the expense of voting Tory?"

You sir are the reason why this country is f*cked.

Did Pat not explain it well enough for your tiny mind, they are going to shut down democracy, there is no difference between the parties and they only make 25% of our laws at best, we have no boarders and we are drowning in debt while giving billions away to tin pot dictators that serve the elites and the corporations.

In short you are the moron who justified Labour on the back of getting the Tories out, remember it was a Tory Heath that sold us to the EU.

Now get back to xfactor eh!

Anonymous said...

"Anonymous said...
If more than 50% of the electorate
vote,democracy is dead for another
5 years. By voting you are endorsing a corrupt system by which
the poiticians can justify their
further erosion of liberty,in
real terms 14 - - 18% condoning the oppression of the majority.
In 1933 Hitler got 44% of the vote and we call him a Dictator,what do
we call someone with 14-18%.


Lost interest

25 April 2010 17:06"

Another tosser who has no grasp on reality.

The main parties are pro EU, that means they will soon be shutting any meaningful democracy down, do you know what happens when democracy is shut down?

GAS CHAMBERS

they couldnt give a fuck if only 5 people voted for them as long as they get on the gravy train, and 5 people will vote for them as they have the media, and you sat on your arse.

As i said GAS CHAMBERS is where your logic leads.

Reimer said...

Can't give my vote to any of the big three in all conscience. UKIP is the only meaningful choice up my way (BNP aren't standing) If any of the big three were to get in and perpetuate the corrupt sclerosis I'd almost hope it were Labour so as to possibly accelerate the political system's collapse and subsequent renewal.

Richard McGrath said...

All the best for the election, OH. Personally, I would like to see the job of MP unpaid, and part time, so that they all had to find a real job outside parliament.

Enjoyed Pat Condell's rant, would love to see him on the soapbox up against some of the Tory/Lib/Lab vermin.

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