For those who missed it

It’s probably saying the same thing over and over but I can’t vote for Labour, Tory, LibDem or Green as they are, maybe for a decade or more.

On my radar are Gerard Batten and Anne-Marie. [In the States, the Donald of course.]

The reason I can’t vote for Gerrard is the NEC – simple as that. They do not understand or care about the immigration issue.

The reason I can’t vote for Anne-Marie’s lot is the rainbow politics – the tranny, gender fluid Lbeeheebeegeebee thing is very much part of the problem facing society. In fact it’s sick.

So there I am at least, following what used to be Tory policies on paper – growth, low unemployment, low tax, small government, freedom of worship, sanity, decency, family, together with libertarian ideals as contained in Jefferson’s little statement way back when.

And there is no party at this time which represents all those values.

8 comments for “For those who missed it

  1. Mudplugger
    October 23, 2018 at 3:27 pm

    But in UK elections you don’t vote for a party, you vote for an individual who may have, for whatever reason, chosen to campaign/operate under the banner of one particular party.
    If you have concerns about any party’s policies, take it up with the candidate personally, let him/her know your views and find out their own. If you cannot accept the position they put forward, don’t vote for them.
    Work through all the candidates until you find the one which most closely aligns on your hot-button issues.
    If none do, spoil your ballot-paper with a comment explaining why – that will then at least be read and noticed by all the local parties.
    Not voting is a cop-out and demeans the sacrifices made by those who fought for the privilege.

    • Bill
      October 23, 2018 at 4:52 pm

      Nope being on the electoral roll means you consent to be governed. It doesn’t matter one jot whether you vote or spoil the paper or stay at home.
      You put your cross next to a name.
      The party with the most names gaining the ‘majority’ in the constituencies gets asked by the monarch (so much for democracy) to form a government.
      Once the pollys select their government it is submitted to the monarch for their approval.
      The only thing that can vote is a citizen of the state.
      The only thing that owes a debt to the state is the citizen.

      • Bill
        October 23, 2018 at 5:25 pm

        Just found this. Perfick!

        “Government = ‘gubernare mens’ in Latin.
        To rule the mind is the English translation. The trick of all governments is to make the population believe they are essential.”

        • Errol
          October 23, 2018 at 7:53 pm

          Yet democracy is demos kratos. Thus the rulers of the mind are merely doing the will of the people.

          Government is an irrelevant boot boy. A group employed to keep our house while we are out working. They have forgotten that and think them the home owners.

  2. Pcar
    October 23, 2018 at 10:49 pm

    @James

    I and many have same problem.

    Voting for least worst is not democracy.

    A “None of the above” box on ballot paper. If “None…” win: new candidates. Would be a start.

    Nanny Wollaston electors – “she’s betrayed us”

  3. David
    October 24, 2018 at 7:58 am

    If you don’t vote UKIP then people will say that they get few votes because of Gerard Batten, is that what you want?

    • Judd
      October 24, 2018 at 10:55 am

      UKIP will get far fewer votes than they could and should, whilst the Faragiste style NEC refuses to admit former BNP/EDL members, and fails to make a deal with AMW, then the patriot vote will always be split.
      The time to do this is now, whilst Batten is the man, before another Farage appointee gets the job, and UKIP becomes once again the safe controlled protest vote.

      It is high time for ‘my enemy is my enemy’s enemy’, because the three main parties are proving themselves to be that enemy, JRM DD and Boris make all the right noises (in order to keep ageing rose tint glasses wearing conservatives happy) but actually do sweet sod all about getting rid of May, so one must assume the tory party are reverting to type, as betrayers.

      Kicking the Brexit can down the road as they are doing will see another generation of older voters die off, with every more indoctrinated youth to replace them.

      Our time is precious now, let all of us who believe in Britain put our petty squabbles to one side and join forces under the UKIP banner, the other parties of patriots were and still are not the enemy, but only UKIP can make this possible.

      • Pcar
        October 24, 2018 at 11:39 pm

        @Judd

        +1

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