Back on the 18th of April 2017, when Theresa May called for a General Election to be held in the UK on the 8th of June it made perfect sense in her dull, little brain.
Theresa May is absolutely fucking useless. For me; being an ardent supporter of privacy and the rights to free speech, free thought and an unregulated internet, her time as Home Secretary we dark, dark days and her assent to Prime Minister just as alarming. She is the ultimate Orwellian nightmare, a person who true to form will use the current terrorist atrocities of London, Manchester and London again to further curtail civil liberties.
This trait is not the sole preserve of May and the Tories though, they are merely continuing policy brought in and extended by that arch-cunt called Tony Blair, who as an aside, despite announcing a grand return to politics has been so terribly quiet recently; mainly because terrorism can partly be laid at his feet but mainly because of the seemingly Lazarus-like rise of Jeremy Corbyn.
Jezza has risen though, not the Labour party. And this is in spite of every single media organisation in the UK from the “left-wing” BBC to the “right-wing” Daily Mail running nothing but negativity about the man. Hmm, it’s almost as if the media has some kind of vested interest in maintaining some kind of normalcy in party politics.
The Labour party are a shambolic bunch; racist Abbott is front and centre next to elitist Thornberry. The Blairites that remain in the party are now having to hold their tongue as the polls suggest the election might actually be close.
Ha, the chance would be a fine thing.
Blairites are spineless creatures, they are indeed Tory-lite but oh how Labour voters both old and new wished for a return for the “glory days” of 1997-onwards, which say this whole debasement of political debate begin.
We are the political class; we will talk at you, not to you. We know what it best, we are your nannies, you are sick and we command you to be well. It is a terrible joke that some still think the Tories are “small state” for what they may withdraw from on a social
The only good things to come out of this entire campaign is that this will hopefully be one final nail in the (il)Liberal (un)Democrats ethically sourced coffin. A party of a wets farts, who wish us to forget they enabled Cameron to become PM while dwelling on this myth that they somehow controlled or watered down the worst excess of the Tories.
Greens & UKIP – all the acknowledgement they are worth, much like that little tyrannical harridan north of the border.
There is something wonderful about watching this election unfold on Twitter.
You’d think that the Brexit vote and the election of Donald Trump in the US would temper hope. Indeed I suppose a win for Macron in France and a loss for Wilders in the Netherlands gave this impression that “good and the decent” people still existed in the real world.
All the while talking heads on Twitter will sing with glee about the millions more people who have registered to vote, many of the them young. They forget that; they might have already been registered, they’ve just re-registered, they won’t all vote against the Conservatives and more importantly because of the first past the post system in the UK, unless they are in key areas in will make fuck all difference.
The next line of attack is to get the young to convince “the old” to vote for Labour, for these youngster’s futures. You know, because months of blaming old people for the Brexit vote and hoping that because they are old, they’ll die sooner and then a second referendum will mean we’ll stay in the EU. But history isn’t cool, hypocrisy is where it’s at.
Theresa May could have kept this election about Brexit and she would have walked it, but she doesn’t care about that and has fucked it royally, just like she will with the negotiations with the decrepit and monolithic EU, even though it should be the easiest thing to do.
Truth is, people what something different, something that isn’t mainstream and this is why there is a Corbyn surge.
Trump won because he wasn’t Hillary and wasn’t a politician. Brexit won because it wasn’t mainstream, it was a chance of something different. Macron in France, to some extent, was at least offering an end to the status quo (despite being mainstream).
May becoming PM with an increased majority would be a disaster but there is just something about drinking the salty tears of those on twitter that is so appealing in seeing this happen
People want real change and this will not happen and there is something glorious in watching every, regular person (myself included) get fucked over by what will occur on June 8th.
Dance to the tension of a world on edge and then get some cans in to watch the end of the world.
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