Friday, 27 March 2015

Cameron beaten by Miliband

"Slaughtering villagers and hanging rebels without trial."

Cameron's great great grandfather a war criminal? 


  1. this illusion of choice of candidate between two very wealthy individuals still seems to fool most of the electorate, appears to be the same thing all over the world. My money is still on their two parties forming some sort of 'national coalition in the interests of the country', you can just see it coming. No better way of keeping the vested interests of the rich happy, a total lid on the Westminster paedophile ring, it'll control the Scottish independence movement with zero chance of another referendum any time soon and no chance of an EU membership referendum. They'll do some sort of joint prime ministership, it'll be something on those lines, you can see it forming already with certain conciliatory one liners to each other they are starting to trot out.

    1. Totally agree. A dead heat, a 'national government', and UKIP, the Greens and the SNP completely frozen out. Hence the more positive coverage of Miliband in the right-wing press lately.

  2. The deficit is a farce, the Bank of England is a private company freely printing currency n selling debt, cut the military by half n we could probably provide electricity n water for free for everyone, in line with our human rights, the last 70 years we've only been involved in wars of aggression n war crimes, proud to be british, only a fool would be proud of our rather rapey heritage. I don't vote, but if I did, I'd vote no confidence.