Dark Age of Democracy
During the last election, if someone had asked me which political party I would vote for, without the slightest hint of hesitancy I would have proclaimed ‘Labour!’
Now, I’m not quite so certain.
I have no idea what direction Ed Miliband plans to take with labour, but I’m not sure I care. I have become so sceptical of political parties and politicians that I have altogether lost hope in all of them.
David Cameron succeeded in following all recent predecessor’s footsteps in following Rupert Murdoch to bed as a political play thing, hired a corrupt ex News of the World reporter, and allowed the MOD defence secretary to fund some strange unknown best man to travel with him to various meetings for seemingly sinister reasons. The economy has stunted in growth under his cabinets control, student tuition fees have tripled and he still has the gall to stand up at the Tory press conference and instruct the families of England to begin paying their debt. Honestly, we would Minister if you’d stop fucking us over and forgetting not all members of British society are bourgeoise-cigarsmoking-brandy drinking- mahogany bookshelf owning twats.
And I haven’t even started on Nick Clegg yet, the ‘deputy prime minister.’ I am not entirely sure what that title warrants, but so far I have come to the conclusion that it includes bringing Dave’s morning brew, bacon butty, paper and a morning dosage of fellatio.
Ed Miliband. I don’t have much else to say except that he seems adamant that David Cameron should be to blame for the sickophantical relationship that the Murdoch press and politics have indulged in in recent years, when he himself attended murdoch’s latest celebrity/ politician filled arse licking party.
I have completely lost faith in British parliament. It makes no difference to me which party wins the next election, because you can guarantee that their leader will be as sickophantic, patronising and useless as the knobs we have to put up with now.
Someone could surprise me, and I sincerely hope they do. However I am not indulging in too much optimism, as I am a British citizen and lately, that’s simply not how we roll.