posted on Sep, 7 2012 @ 07:47 AM
Did the poor little ex-ministers cry? Diddums. Personally, I have no sympathy for these ignorant cretins. The entire political establishment in
Britain ought to be strung up and shot on principle for behavior not benificial to the people, and for acting against the wishes of the public they
claim to serve.
What Cameron fails entirely to address by removing these people from his staff, is that his government, his party, the Labour Party and the bloody
Liberal Democrats are all utterly out of touch with the realities of life in this country. Not one member of any of them has ever been unemployed and
destitute, and that is not because they are all amazing people with masses of qualifications. It is because, despite the fact that we live in a post
industrial era , our rulers and leaders are still ,in the main, a bunch of entitled, workshy, soft handed, weak spined halfwits, who were either born
to the money they have, or have been so psychologically stunted by the injection of wealth into thier bank accounts, that they have forgotten all the
important lessons that poverty can teach a person.
It takes a person who knows strife, to over come it. It takes a person who knows danger in order to make things safe for people. It takes a person
who knows what it is like to live under the threat of eviction and destitution, to organise methods of preventing those fates befalling his fellow
man. These suit wearing, jag driving, Eatonian twits couldnt save thier way out of a damp cigarette paper, let alone prevent the collapse of the
entire economy. This reshuffle means nothing in the long run. Just replacing rot with rot is not going to help.
I am glad they cried, but I will tell you what, I hope that every last parliamentarian in this country gets run over, horrible diseases, and taken
apart by packs of wild dogs. They are nothing but blockages in the way of the peoples betterment and freedom.