posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 03:32 PM
Both as bad as each other in my book.
Maybe once Labour had the interests of the British people at heart, but not for a long time now.
If you come from the wrong side of town or weren't educated at the right schools it is harder now to 'get on' than it has been for decades.
Succesive governments have put their own personal advancement and gain before the well being and interests of the British people.
When allied too a system that promotes the adhesion to party line and doctrine over personal conviction it has all contributed to a process that
neither helps or supports the cares and concerns of the majority of the population.
Yes, this government inherited a mess from the previous administration, and they seem hell bent on outdoing Blair etc in their incompetence and
corruption and are intent on taking us back to the Victorian dark ages.
But Labour supporters will rightly say that they inherited a financial and amoral mess from their predecessors who of course inherited a mess from the
incompetent Callaghan and Wilson administrations.
And so the circle continues.
At some point we have to say enough of this bollocks and try to start afresh and start righting some wrongs!
Party allegiance in Parliament should be abolished and the power of recall given to the electorate in addition to an increased use of both national
and local referendums would give a fairer representation of the electorates wishes instead of allowing the corrupt elite to persue their agendas
against the wishes and well being of the British people.
As for the north / south divide, people from middle England have little comprehension of the realities of life outside of their own little bubble and
the destuction that has been wreaked on our communities.
edit on 30/8/11 by Freeborn because: they