posted on Dec, 13 2019 @ 06:41 PM
The problem with Labour is that it is Labour. Corbyn is no Blair, and unfortunately, Blair brought a stigma upon Labour with his betrayal of the
British people. All that Labour could come up with was (huh) Corbyn, a man with an anachronistic ideology that belongs in late 1960s France. The
problem with Corbyn is that he remains stuck in his student days, which places him utterly skewed against our modern times. His principles could never
pay for Britain's bills, as the only thing that excites him is what he thinks is a non-English 'lost cause'. To be honest, one wonders if a Labour
Party is actually relevant today? I think not. The party requires a new ideology, a new mindset to bring it in line with modern thinking. The party
still trundles along at 'snail mail' pace, whilst everyone else is using electronic mail.
For the last three years Britain has been floundering, stumbling around like an argumentative drunkard, directionless and weighed down by political
impedance and political selfishness. The electorates choice in this election hit a new low. Most candidates have no political statesmanship, no
honour, and full of utter self-interest. For them, it was never a case for what they could do for the country, but what they could suck out of the
country like a vampiric parasite. At least with the mandate now won, Britain has a chance to steady itself and begin to move towards a direction of
stability and self-rule.
Stability and self-rule. The British people have only ever wanted that. They have only ever wanted their style of democracy to function, and in real
terms. Without functional democracy, Britain falls. Any so-called democratic country does. Democracy, however, is only as strong as the consent and
self-compromise of the people to abide by the result, no matter how it impacts you as an individual. Unfortunately, this is something the immigrant
and foreign mind interjecting into Britain cannot accept, and has sought to destroy. Britain is what it is because of its style of democracy, and the
age-old tradition of its people to abide by the result. Why? Simple, because it fits with the fair play spirit the British people have nurtured
amongst themselves for centuries...and because it works, not just for the individual, but for Britain's society in general, and has done so for for
centuries. You tamper with that spirit at your peril.
The British people want a level playing field across the spectrum of its society, but not so level that unmerited sections of society benefit without
having earned the benefit. I don't mind anyone being rich and wealthy, as long as they have merited what they have. If people are poor, then they
should have every opportunity to raise themselves out of that status through available excellent education and training and funding for such...our
country needs it so badly, for the sake of its future. I will help anyone who actively seeks to help themselves better themselves, but those that
don't, I will simply walk past and let them suffer in the suffering of their own making. The onus is on the individual to take responsibility for the
quality of their life, not the rest of the country.
Now that the election is done and dusted, our country has an opportunity to get back on track, but equally, it can be an opportunity to be squandered
by pandering to agenda irreconcilable to the British mindset. Immigration should be based on the principle that 'quality over quantity' works best for
Britain, but above all, that self-determination and sovereignty allows the British to be British, and not some globalist unidentifiable culture.