a reply to: eletheia
It is possible but more than likely the Reform party as it will be known is likely to vanish very quickly as it's electorate gravitate back to there
former party's, a more sane Labour party and a more empowered conservative party though the green's may then come back as a marginal party, though you
know the SNP has gained at least 20 seat's so don't mistake my thought's on that as a minority view point.
The one thing that could put a dent in the SNP independence drive and sway Plaid voters in wales away from the independence party's new found
popularity increase would be a definite turn around in the country's economy to becoming more wealthy not just for the elite but for themselves as
And Tory plan's for a bonfire of workers rights are never going to go down without a serious storm among the people whom this will hit the hardest
the poorest and hardest working in our society working in already low paid, poor right's and often long hours jobs and having to go to food bank's.
Also do not assume I am in the minority on my opinion's as you would be dead wrong there it is just that the voters did not like Corbyn and he would
have been the weakest leader since Neville Chamberlain in many folk's eye's as well as his abhorrent behavior with the IRA and Hamas, over all though
people don't hate the guy many recognize he is at heart a nice bloke they just could not see him and the frankly E grade shadow cabinet he formed as
ruling our country in any way effectively on there behalf - and in that I actually agree with them but for me selling my soul to the devil just was
not an option.
For the great majority of the voters the choice was between the lesser in there eyes' of two evil's.
Sadly for traditional Labour Corbyn may have been one severe step too far and his leadership may paradoxically have spelled the end of TRUE Labour
aspirations and tradition's and the resurrection of the Tory Lite New Labour clique whom may now come back into control of the Labour Party or move to
create a new party if Corbyn can still not be ousted though whether the union's will give them there backing is a matter for that to be decided then
People have likened Corbyn to Michael Foot and at an individual level they may be right but Michael Foot would have definitely chosen a superior
Like Michael Foot though he has never worked in a factor, had a privileged middle class upbringing (Michael foot was upper class the Donkey Jacket
was to show the workers he was on there side but it backfired a bit as did that hair do though it was really the feminist vote that spelled it for
him) and was well educated though Corbyn's choice of shadow cabinet belies that a little.
I stand by my statement a very sad day for Britain and believe TIME WILL TELL, now do not get me wrong Elethia I am only caring about the kid's as it
is there country, my time I feel is more or less over as I am half a century old and have no longer any personal ambition's it is just family that
keeps me here for now but I personally will be glad to see the next world when God say's it is my time, I miss my mother - you know she was not a Tory
but did say this to me as she would never vote Labour and we had that disagreement - she said that when ever Labour were in power the country went
down and when the Conservatives got into power thing's would look up again, she passed with cancer a little over 19 month's ago now.
I did not want to save Britain for me but for the kid's that have yet to be born, now they will face a world that is dog eat dog, work often on zero
hours with no workers rights or die poor in the gutter and homeless.
So to those that voted Tory's I will say this, Shame on you but also to Corbyn who let his own personal ambitions take the party that was meant to
represent the hopes of the working class down to it's demise I also say Shame on you.
I had a dream, it was inevitable as these thing's mean something, in the dream I saw a lot of elderly folk's standing in the empty hull of an
abandoned air craft carrier in an empty hanger singing rule Britannia, then I saw the ship rise over a great wave that lifted it up with both end's
out of the water and it broke in two and I saw the water flooding into the ship and both end's going down without a trace lost forever.
You do not believe me but My mum was psychic and I have had my own experiences and all I can say is Britain is finished, it may look nice in the
short term but that wave is coming and England and Scotland WILL be divorced then the great old ship of Britain shall be no more sunken beneath the
sea of bitter fate.
And you know what divided it, GREED.
You and other devout conservatives are not to blame but you know you have always been the minority while Labour Always' had more that believed in it,
it was always the undecided that swung the vote and I have to admit that even I would have Voted Conservative had it been Mr John Major whom had been
running the current conservatives (though we would never have been in this debacle had he been) then I would have voted for him, he was a CONSERVATIVE
though NOT a TORY they are two different creatures, he grew up in a council house on a council estate and knew what it was like to have bare cupboards
and nothing to eat.
The fact is that Johnson is a false man for lack of a better word, he won his debating in university but that just mean's he is a good salesman who
should have worked for Curry's back in the day being a pushy sales fellow selling you that toaster you never even wanted but found yourself walking
out of the shop with and NOT a prime minister, neither HE nor Corbyn are fit to rule this nation especially at this time but you know what I stand by
my personal assessment that he is the greater of the two evil's and Corbyn though I have no doubt that they would have been back out after ONE term
with that cabinet he chose would not have been able to achieve even a fraction of what he intended, however he unlike the Tory's CARES about
If you were starving and Johnson had a sandwich he would eat it all while Corbyn would at least give you half, maybe even all of it think about that
before we vilify that man any longer.
And by the way I expected the Tory's to win but hoped they would at least have a sizable opposition in parliament to moderate the harm they are doing
to people in this country.
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