The despair Of The British nation.

Friday, 7 May 2010

There may Be Trouble Ahead.

Regardless Of Any Deals..................




This election was Cameron's to lose. The irony is that his decent and positive campaign did not "Fire up the Quattro". Anger and disillusionment with Brown and Labour needed more fire and passion for revenge. This was not on offer. All the Parties connived to not warn seriously of the trouble ahead. They either did not understand the new multi-cultural character of the Balkanized British or chose not to develop any kind of meaningful dialogue. The Brits, in turn, gave little attention to the warnings of postal vote irregularities which then combined with a (deliberate) incompetency throughout the many polling stations that failed to allow voters their "cross".
All the bargaining now to take place will not create a Government capable of attracting investment and the shadow of another election will be never far away. The one remaining hope is that a tightening of the voting system and a far stricter control over postal voting might produce a less corrupt ballot. I expect the aftermath will show that Labour will have thwarted The Tories and the electorate in many of their vulnerable areas. That Labour did not forfeit one seat in Brum and piled up votes in London is very dubious when you consider seats falling where they least expected, so did not mount a "Glenrothes". I am certain in my own mind, with as much surety as heartache and disappointment, the brick wall ahead cannot be avoided. Only a stark drop in living standards similar to the thirties and an extremely likely one will alter anything. Woe betide the politicos who get blamed for that. My solution, keep Snotty in Downing Street and by Spring or earlier next year we would get the destruction of Labour so many people know is necessary.
My personal thinking right now is this is no longer a country I wish to live in.


10 comments:

Sue said...

I think you're right. We should let Brown continue until the UK's situation within the EU becomes untenable, which it almost certainly will.

A vote of no confidence could then trigger another election where we would see Labour slaughtered.

Oldrightie said...

Thanks, Sue. If Cameron is interested in The National Interest this should be his plan.

Indyanhat said...

MC DOOM deserves to be publicly castigated when 'his' shit hits the fan (any minute now ,I'd say)

Sue said...

EU Referendum paints an interesting scenario.

Oldrightie said...

Indyanhat, welcome to my humble blog visited by some great people!

Oldrightie said...

Sue, The EU is looking very fragile right now. We may yet be vindicated in our opposition.

Indyanhat said...

Been here before OR just never opened my mouth before.
Great site & postings with some very informative reading, long may you continue!

Oldrightie said...

Why, thank you very much. It is sometimes hard to carry on. Your and others' support make it very worthwhile, Indyanhhat!

killemallletgodsortemout said...

Spot-on, OR.

In an ideal world, I'd have let Brown in again, to push the country to destruction, thus ensuring that socialism was absolutely dead, embalmed and buried.

As it happens, to take over the running of the country now is a massive poisoned chalice. The cuts that will need to be imposed NOW will alienate the electorate, and will ensure that whoever imposes them will not be fit for re-election for a very long time.

Just my two penn'orth.

Oldrightie said...

KILLEM, your contributions are worth a great deal more than two penn'orth.