We all saw the
Oldham and East Saddelworth By-Election results in the Media, with all the parties reporting and spinning the spider’s web of what they thought it meant.
I will lay my cards on the table face up. When it comes to today’s Politics and its Politicians I don't really give a blessed damn anymore, who does what, and further more looking at the percentage turn out, the people of
Oldham and Saddleworth didn't either.
In my opinion, none of them are fit for purpose and people have said as much over the years, ‘they are all the same’, or ‘there all in it for what they can get out of it’.
This has never been more the case then it is today; the last two decades has definitely brought to light the character and loyalty of those in control, they have all sold out for profit the system and self gain, sod the country, sod the workers, I'm all right Jack!”
My heart really sank into my boots when Rolls Royce was sold out, and everything of any value or profit has been sold to foreign companies, and just like what may happen to the Post Office shortly, and the biggest sell out of all was Tony Blair and the Labour Party in 1997
The working classes were misinformed and lead to believe they were on to a winner, things can only get better they said, and what a joke. In their first months in power the price of petrol went through the roof, from 305pence per gallon in 1997 to 323pence in 1998, with 83% in taxation this being the highest percentage rate in motoring history. This was an attack on us all with fixed incomes; New Labour has done the working classes no favours at all. The big problem is that we are all being forced into playing the game against a stacked deck, everything that modern day societies need, we have to pay the price for, so those needs and our hands are tied, fuel, food, energy bills and VAT, all on the up and the bankers bonuses. This Blog wrote some time ago about broken
, how true, but let's not fool ourselves, the system has totally broken down, and if this was a car we would be in the scrap yard. Britain
Post By: Brian Hopper or In the Box