They're All The Same?
The claim of pundits and media is the meme that all political parties are the same. The passion for a killer sound-bite so beloved of modern media makes this meme even more attractive. However, come an election period, so many things are not discussed by the parties. In this it is true to say they all are the "same".
Let us probe a little deeper, however to determine why we, as a nation and planet, are in such a mess. One single fact alone, never discussed by anybody seriously, is overcrowding by humans. The UK is a perfect laboratory for this madness, that ignores reality and nature.
We have a budget deficit of such proportions it will never be solved and we will continue, in years to come, to watch ever widening tranches of poverty across the whole social spectrum. Those who have saved and sacrificed are, even as I write, being systematically shafted. We all know the facts of Labours' raid on pensions, homes sold for care and the growing spread of poverty upwards. This "do nothing" budget has in reality clobbered the beleaguered middle socio-income level yet again. The very backbone of our once proud economy is being gleefully dismantled by the old fashioned but effective armies of socialism and organised labour. Now if history were littered with glorious examples of these models of envy political success, I might consider embracing it myself. However, to build anything you need a coherent strategy for managing realistic expectation for what is possible. Here we see the huge gap between Conservative and Socialist philosophy. The former relies on empowering the best to help the less able, the wealth creators to hand their achievement on and to inspire others to grow. Socialism is simply to ignore human nature and DICTATE how everything should be done.
If you have reached this far, I will close with this final point and you can take it up within yourself. Our massive debt is allied directly to overcrowding. Labour have run a MASS immigration policy for their own belief that by packing our already overcrowded cities and sink estates with immigrants they would or even have swollen the ranks of those slavish voters who seem more than happy to re-elect a party so directly associated with the creation of even greater abject poverty than existed in 1997. Growth is the mantra to haul us out of the pit, say Labour. Well, I'm sorry, but if you are filling the chasm one side, faster than you empty it the other, growth is impossible. The future may be a one party state run by Union Barons and taxi hire bosses but it's not one for the feint hearted. It is creating oligarchs, though. Bliar, for one and quite a large number of wannabees, chief among whom is my old hate figure, Peter Pederast. There are a great deal more. Simpson loves the Dorchester life-style as does most of UNITE and UNISON bosses. Definitely billionaires in waiting whilst their members are cajoled and coerced into a disastrous agenda which will drive them into the ever expanding ranks of poor and disenfranchised.
I guess barely a soul will read this far but you never know!!