posted on May, 7 2015 @ 07:24 AM
Yes friends, today I fulfilled my civic responsibility by selecting the least pungent of a collective of utter turds. Since there was no candidate,
and no party running in the elections, whose policies, attitudes, and origins are aligned with my own, I had to give my vote to parties and candidates
who are for one reason or another, unlikely to ever see the halls of power, if only to try to prevent the major parties from gaining any traction.
I am rather angry that a hung parliament means that deals need doing, rather than meaning that until a majority government is elected, there will BE
no parliament. That would be a good thing I think. Forcing the establishment to give the people candidates and parties which serve the interests of
the people first, and their own members a distant, light years distant last, is the only way I can see things changing around here without bloodshed
after all, and change there must surely be, if liberty, freedom, and equality not just of opportunity but of outcomes, is ever to be seen in my life
There is no box for that on the voting form however.
I would strongly advise that people do vote though. I never thought I would say this, but given the options before us at the moment, I believe it is
vital to hamper, destabilise, and disrupt the power of Westminster, and the best way to do that is to find the most left leaning, or independent
candidate in your area, and vote for them, and on the national scale, vote for anyone except those who currently possess seats in government or any