A little bit of courage is all we lack …

This has now come down to individual constituencies – the broad scene has been written about ad nauseam. Now it’s down to you in your constituency, no tribalism.

This lady is one of the little people like us:

I’m not necessarily English Democrat, plus what’s she doing standing in a ‘British’ election anyway [?] but even so, were I in Broxtowe [the egregious Soubry], I might well vote for her.

It’s local area now, people. And as she said, the question is a huge one. It is NOT about the Corbyn danger, it is about promises made and kept, subterfuge and the simple truth that those doing that will continue to do it.

This strategic Boris ‘it’s OK, chaps, trust me, my subterfuge is to get round the parlmt and EU – that is bollox.  Boris, I’m sure, is all bluster without knowing how the thing works.  Or else he’s right in on it.

If the British people do not make a statement here anti-corruption, anti-globalist, anti-party, then everything which is going to happen to them will be night follows day.

There are two things:

1. Those who do vote as a rule go and vote for whomever is closest to anti-globalist, anti-EU, or else write a message on the paper.

2. Those who don’t vote as a rule – do go this time and vote for someone other than Uniparty. Don’t care who, the Uniparty need bloodied noses.

If that sounds extreme, I suggest it is to save this island nation.

4 comments for “A little bit of courage is all we lack …

  1. Clive
    December 7, 2019 at 9:14 am

    Unfortunately in my (Tewkesbury) Constituency (solid Tory) the choice is : Tory, Labour, LibDums and Greens. For the first time in my life I think I might get an extra hour or three in bed, Either that or spoil my ballot paper. Which do you suggest ?

    • December 7, 2019 at 12:30 pm

      ‘Tory, Labour, LibDums and Greens’ was ours too but somehow a Brexit Party snuck in. Believe it when I see it.

      I’d urge you to take a stroll or short drive anyway, pick up some supplies, walk the dog, and at least commit something to paper. Anything.

      Imagine if the non-voting but legal folk all turned up on the day and wrote ‘Pox on em all’ or similar?

    • john in cheshire
      December 8, 2019 at 8:20 am

      I have the same four choices as you, in a strong Conservative constituency. However, I shall vote and for the second time in a General Election I shall spoil my ballot paper.

      Until there is a better way of selecting candidates, the choices will almost always be a choice between people who have been pre-approved by the swamp rats.

      • December 8, 2019 at 6:42 pm

        Situation’s slightly improved in ours.

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