It probably is a useful rule, just walk away. In my opinion Mr. Balkende had to make this decision a few months ago. When a study showed our part in
the Iraqi was illegal. And they failed to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
The fact in of the matter is, the rule is a cover up for a flawed system.
A system where true change can never be achieved.
We 'the public' in my few years as a voter, demanded change several
We are fooled with lies and promises every election round comes up again.. The result is a lot of us are behaving as a herd of sheep, running around
following 'the' new politician who puts his finger right on our sore spot. The who maybe could achieve some change well... He ended up gunned down
dying on the cold and hard ground of a parking place.
Pim Fortuin. R.I.P.
The change they fool us with is almost never a possibility to achieve in reality.
We as a country have a multi party system. In my opinion this is a good thing, it's represents the many different sides and ideas of the public.
Only on the service I'm afraid.
Do to this system it is impossible for a party to have a majority.
This means they always have to work with other parties to be able to rule and have any use at all of pushing their visions down our troth.
This means 'we' are being confronted with demands of usually a small third party, which is only there for obtaining the majority and if possible
act like a sort of neutral glue, binding the lose ends of two major parties together. They do not do this for free and only a few peoples votes cause
the majority well... troubles with their ideas.
The change or promises giving us in election times are usually the first they throw away when it's time to agree on what and where this new coalition
will make a stand for. Consensus must be made. .
Well... Exactly the problem,why in my opinion never anything gets changed. For me it explains most definitively why every new coalition ending up as
the same thing we always have.
How to solve this ?
Less parties ( more then two.) Three or four. representing our main ideologies. 1. socialist 1. capitalist. 1.In between 1. if needed. with the nature
( environment, animal etc.)
This way you still have to conses, but the possibility for a party to really makes a difference grows to a point it's achievable.
The third party is of absolute importance. making it impossible for only one ideology to over rule the others and keep the fires burning below them,
holding them sharp and focused. ( I hope !)
Oh... Lets not forget it could also be an elite group going to NWO us all.
The fall of Balkenende is not the first but the third time ( ? ) this is happened.
Some strength huh... If they keep reelecting the same idiots.
And Mr. Bos of the Labour party.
Well... He said it was a promise to the people, not to stay in Afghanistan,
I think he's just sugaring his ass, only to be able at next elections to say "at least we keep our promises" and gaining some popularity of course
This is all me and my own opinion based on experience and a little home grown study to feed my curiosity !
My once so proud feelings I felt for my country.
All gone. These days, I feel a shame to be Dutch !