Such a prescient, beautiful sentiment.

Friday, 31 October 2014

Is A Revolution Underway?

Is The Establishment Creaking?

This towering establishment figure, yet presented as anything but, has rightly stood down. The Leon Brittan coterie and apologists looking ever more unable to stem the coming condemnation of the creep's sordid and abusive past, as alleged in Parliament, as well as many other places . That Camoron fought tooth and nail to hang on to her seems yet another hint of a ruling elite being undermined. As well as his own incapable talent to find decent placements.

Add to that latter hint the manner in which the Woman's credentials for the application were manipulated, edited and created with the help of Civil Servants from the Home Office, shows an executive totally out of control. One careless like never before in its preparedness to "fix" any investigations into their cosy world of anything goes if you are a signed up member of a club populated by cunning, child abusing, degenerates.

Moving on from that horrendous and we hope, unfolding catalogue of political abusers of the vulnerable and their preparedness to turn a blind eye to imported Muslim rapists and predators on children, let us look at other signs of possible change. Elections. 

Sadly the Manchester PCC rigged result has shown the difficulty of revolutionary hopes being successful as quickly as we might hope. Nevertheless, the turnout was an abysmal 14.88% and 80% of the votes were postal votes. You might make your own conclusions on Labours' preferred method for fixing elections.

None the less we await the forthcoming by election in Rochester. Despite the cacophony of anti UKIP cries, led from every direction imaginable, the momentum behind their success is revolutionary in its growing swell of support. Marmite Farage has coined the phrase "people's army" and I for one hope and pray that continues to prove prescient. 

Even today we have ever better news. Labour's devolutionary deceit in Scotland was designed to wipe out the Tories north of the Border. Never did the architects of Bliar's cosy circle of inadequates think that first "they" (the people) came for the Tories now they are coming after Labour in Scotland. What a joy to behold as Labours' perceived big guns are turned against their own troops! Put Jim Murphy as Scottish Labour leader and that will possibly lose the remaining four seats predicted!

Furthermore, Milibad's refusal to consider Scottish MP's not voting on English only matters also becomes irrelevant. That the Wallace of politics looks evermore a Wally and the Labour Party may well be castrated in England is, dare I say it, revolutionary! 

Now I mustn't become as cocky and smug as the very Establishment I loathe so much. That is most of them. However, after decades of suffering under socialist experiments, economic incompetence and mass immigration gerrymandering, any crumb of comfort is taken voraciously. 

One very sweet fact is that, for all Labours' lying, propaganda fuelled by lies,  fraudulent behaviour, vote rigging and downright total hypocrisy, still their grip on power gets ever weaker. Get them out of the frame first and then the Tories can be next. As I keep saying, revolutionary. 

As would be leaving the EUSSR and releasing billions for UK needs, not every peasant from Romania to Turkey having to be catered for first. OK, so the more likely scenario is an Armageddon, Mad Max outcome. We could still delay that existence if we have a revolution now, couldn't  we?

1 comment:

  1. Interesting times indeed.
    It seems the sheeple are at last taking less notice of the MSM and TV establishment bullshit and looking at internet sites, such as this one.
    UKIP winning in Rochester should cause panic in ConLab circles - the emperor's nakedness is now apparent for all to see!