posted on Jan, 1 2015 @ 05:17 AM
a reply to: tomcat415
Couldn 't agree with you less as I see the royals taking money from the tax payers whilst sdupposedlyt paying a little of their money inbto the tax
system as well - however that money we give her would pay for 20,000 more nurses and 20,000 more fire fighters or people necessary to help us in an
emergency - her contribution - Oh yes to dash to the nearest safe bunker with as much of this country's wealth as she could get her paws on. Except
she and her line are late comers who didn't earn the money for us in the first place. So I wish the low would go far away from England.
I am goig to vote for Nigel Farage because he is a formidable politician and gets aropuind to listen to the public. More importantly I want a
political system such as tghey have in Germany where they have a number of different parties gto vote for. The two sided race in the UK is just the
same party under different colours if you like. There is no difference between labour and tory because members of both sides belong to various
parties of the elite - if you can find someone from a normal background on the front benches of either party and importantly take into account some of
the two passports one british one israeli there as well - who don't abstain when policy about israel is made, then you should be able to see my point
of view for a wider government body for the UK.
Fracking I suspect is purely a way for Foragen to try to get us away from the saudi influence which is not to our best interests. As its non-viable
then fracking certainlty won't happen here and we should be grateful we have not gone into it gung-ho as in the States. However we do need other
technology and Farage knows that.
He is good at getting to the point and a man who knows how to enjoy himself and work hard has life in balance which I see Farage as having.