All that sabre rattling, all that jingoism, all that banging of the war drum in the name of bombing
Syria and those damn traitors in Parliament decided to listen to their constituents or their
Headlong drive to war bought to a screeching halt by that Democracy thing. No wonder he is so
set on crushing anything resembling freedom with his censorship of what we can read or hear
or access on the net. Force the ISPs to block everything the Government doesn’t like. Arrest
anyone who says anything against the Government within a year of an election. Crush descent,
punish anti government rhetoric. Get the leather overcoats out lads, the Gestapo are back in
Our PM is suffering from the information age. He like so many other politicians are still living back
in the industrial age, back last century when mobile phones were those huge brick sized things t
hat few oddballs and posers carried.
Here we are in the twenty first century, tens of millions can surf the net, access the news,
communicate worldwide and annoy their MPs with something they carry in a pocket.
Those mobile phones empowering the proletariat, letting them know what is going on, allowing
those ungrateful wretches to express opinions.
Don’t they know that their job is to line up and elect someone every few years then go back to
munching grass and letting their betters run things.
So he we find Cameron. No one wants to talk to him. He isn’t included in the meetings to discuss
attacking Syria. Obama has cancelled the one to one meeting. The media talks of him being sidelined.
They point to France being the new favourite. President Hollande gets invited to the meetings they say.
Hollande is allowed to meet Obama in front of the cameras.
Even Neutral Sweden gets a photo line up with his Imperial Highness Leader Obama.
Woe is us. Poor little Britain. An outbreak of democracy and suddenly we are pariahs.
Well perhaps this is for the best. Given that Obama is now openly talking of regime change and with
talk of 60 day campaigns floating around Washington we have a repeat not of Libya but instead of
Iraq or Afghanistan ahead of us. You just know that 60 days will become 6 months and then years.
Once there are troops on the ground they will need bases and infrastructure which will need
airfields and extensive logistics and suddenly there will be another US military city in the Middle East
which is then too big to quickly dismantle.
Well not us because of that damn democracy stuff. Of course there is always the chance that the
warmongers will get another vote and the UK will find itself with troops fighting in the dust or Syria
while trying to get out of Afghanistan. That is however many troops we have left after all the cuts.
Of course with both Russia and China opposing military attacks on Syria being sidelined is likely to be
a lot safer. I would rather trade with those nations than wonder when they will start bombing us in
But perhaps our leaders not being involved in yet another overseas war will leave them a little free time.
Perhaps they could start looking at a few problems closer to home instead of constantly trying to fix the
rest of the world that does not want fixing.
Here in the UK we stand on the edge of a truly terrible slope. We are looking down at the break up of our
society, the collapse of law and order over significant sections of our inner cities, daily riots, failures of
infrastructure leading to shortages of food, water, light and power.
You don’t think things are that bad. You think I am imagining things, exaggerating how bad things are.
Eighteen million adults in the UK below a liveable wage. 300,000 a year leaving school and ending up
on the scrap heap of life because they are victims of the bell curve of life and have fallen below the C
grade that marks the 50% level of exam passes.
Hundreds of thousands who have left school over the last few years with limited or non existent reading
and writing skills.
Another influx of cheap immigrant workers only months away, The Government says don’t worry it will not
be that bad. Germany says their cities, education, hospitals and culture are collapsing under the influx of
hundreds of thousands of foreigners a year.
Cost of living going up. Food, fuel, rent and rates all going up. Wages or income in real terms going down.
What is happening is that the UK is fragmenting. Behind the wallpaper the cracks are getting very wide and
deep. Huge numbers of people, what amounts to a significant portion of two generations now with no stake
in this country, its culture or its society?
When people feel they have no voice to air grievances they will take action to make themselves heard. The
riots a few years ago will be nothing compared to what could be ahead of us.
When people feel they are not part of a society they feel no need to support it or defend it. They will take
advantage in whatever way they can because it’s not their society or country that is being cheated or
When the food banks can no longer feed the hungry then people will use the only option they think they
have left to feed their families, force.
Yesterday my friend Hoz asked was I watching the Parliament debate on the standard of living. I wasn’t
so I changed channels from the news to the parliament channel and saw a sea of green leather.
The reason I could see so much leather was because the place was empty. A few dozen MPs at most
gathered to talk about the standard of living and its steady fall within the UK.
Less than 10% of our MPs turned up. Presumably more than nine out of every ten of our MPs had more
important things to do than discuss the problems of the citizens of the United Kingdom.
Not that it would have mattered if they had been there. MP after MP stood and blamed the other party
for the problems. Direct questions about what are you going to do about it were blatantly ignored and
the response from all of them was sob sob its all your fault, maa maa the nasty Tories/Labour are to
Everywhere we look the fabric of our society is being strained to the breaking point. Services and
support that hold people together and make them part of the whole are being cut or have been
A nation is the sum of its parts, a society is made up of the people of that nation.
Once large sections of a nation no longer feel they are part of that nation they will resist the government
they feel no longer represents them.
Once large sections of a society no longer feel they are part of that society they will seek to form a new
society that they are part of. Local, cultural, ethnic, no longer British.
Unless the majority of our MPs and our entire Government starts to address this problem we will end up
like France where the French Government publish no go maps of areas that are no longer under their authority, of
areas where police, fire or ambulances will not go. Areas that are no longer France.
Cameron. Wake up before we become like the French.