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22nd May, 2017
Mayday, Mayday, Mayday
Why is Theresa May trying to lose the General Election and potentially wipe out the Conservative Party? After all there can't be many more ways to achieve exactly that, than to deliberately target your core voters and place them in a period of uncertainty at a time when they need to feel secure - particularly following a "Blitzkrieg" of attacks from the EU; not to forget every ne'er do well on the political Left in the UK, apparently crawling out from under every other rock to attack those who want to regain our sovereignty and build a more open future outside the protectionist EU bloc.
We find the entire episode rather bizarre - and which could only benefit the EU, if the government were in a weaker position or in the worst case, Labour got into power. We wonder why the Conservatives cannot move towards a less onerous manifesto which embraces all of society, without having to rush to pay off the debts at such a pace that the family homes come under threat. This looks like something that the EU would do to us in the Britain.
Come on May, this needs to be sorted out soon - we need a strong government to deal with the EU - we know that the Labour Party are weak and are effectively "owned" by the EU - look at Blair, the PLP and Corbyn.
Surely we have now reached the point where Health and Social care, the NHS and the Education system need to be taken out of control by political parties with opposing ideologies - no pure ideology can satisfy the needs of a complex society - the best characteristics from each ideology should be applied by transparent professional bodies - who are responsible to the public and regularly monitored. The political blame game has not solved anything.
If this is not sorted out before the 8th of June, 2017 by, for example, stopping or diverting funds from HS2 (an EU project - see Home page) or reducing the Overseas Aid budget, or other acceptable means - and "needs must" as far as the UK are concerned. We must deal with the EU as a priority - otherwise we must conclude that, through failing to address these problems, Theresa May has deliberately "thrown" the Election; in order to keep the UK in the EU. Did Merkel meet May while she was walking in Wales or contact her another way and order her to lose the election to stop "Brexit"?
The alternative of the Political Left in charge of the UK; will lead to an exponential rise in the UK population, through uncontrolled mass immigration, all of whom will have an equal "call" on our public services, and the effectiveness of our taxes will be diluted in providing care for members of the ever increasing populations of the rest of Europe - and through notoriously poor management, Quango's, self-interest groups and general waste within the system. We will also have to service an ever escalating debt which will be totally out of control - and none of this will solve any of the problems that our society desperately needs solving - for our own population. Communism just makes everyone worse off (apart from the ones who are in charge)
We would be forced into the Euro and would have to borrow money from the EU's "Quadriga" *- and, inevitably, end up in a worse situation than Greece - resulting in EU enforced austerity measures directed straight from Brussels (Berlin) and controlled by the "Eurogroup" ** - and we have seen how that has worked out. So be careful what you wish for on election day.
*Quadriga comprises: The European Central Bank (ECB), European Commission (EC), European Stability Mechanism (ESM) and International Monetary Fund (IMF)
**The Eurogroup - according to Yanis Varoufakis
“The Eurogroup does not exist in law, there is no treaty which has convened this group.”
"So what we have is a non-existent group that has the greatest power to determine the lives of Europeans. It’s not answerable to anyone, given it doesn’t exist in law; no minutes are kept; and it’s confidential. So no citizen ever knows what is said within. … These are decisions of almost life and death, and no member has to answer to anybody." Yanis Varoufakis referring to the Eurogroup in the New Statesman interview, 13th of July, 2015.”