The Exit Poll that told me Theresa May had failed to get everything her own way


Of course, by now there’s been a lot of news stories and comments about this general election, but here’s my post, telling you how it relates to Thatcherism.

Theresa May and her Conservatives, backed up by Labour Party votes called a general election. Her evil plan was to get a massive majority for starting the Brexit negotiations, then leading into fixed gerrymandered new constituency boundaries in 2018. This would have established a total dictatorship in Britain, or at least England and Wales.

I can’t forget the sense of relief I felt seeing the first BBC exit poll, projecting a hung parliament with the Tories on 314 seats. I thought this was good, but I hoped they’d end up with fewer seats. In the end they got 318 seats, Labour got 262, the SNP got 35, Lib Dems 12, Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) 10, Sinn Fein 7, Plaid Cymru (Welsh Nationalists) 4, Greens 1, and Independent 1.

There was a lot of tactical voting in this election, with EU Remainers being encouraged to vote either Lib Dem in constituencies where they might be able to win, Labour to try and deprive the Tories of a large majority, or even of any majority at all, and Lib Dem or Labour in safe Tory seats to register their rejection of Brexit. The Green Party of England and Wales decided not to stand in 24 seats, as a “progressive alliance”, to help beat the Tories. Younger people were encouraged to register to vote, as well as to actually get out and vote, which they did.

Jeremy Corbyn and Labour ran on a manifesto which seemed to totally reject Thatcherism or “new Labour”, promising to renationalise utilities, and abolish student tuition fees. However, this manifesto also mentioned plans for people on Jobseekers’ Allowance (JSA) and Universal Credit, instead of saying that these benefits would be abolished. The manifesto promised to end benefit sanctions, but as both these benefits are based around constant threats and sanctions I don’t see how that would be possible. Labour’s manifesto also made it clear that they planned to carry out Brexit, but most of their new support came from remain voting areas.

The Lib Dems tried to re invent themselves as the only party that could stop Brexit, but most Remainers weren’t prepared to trust them after 2010 when they’d given up their policies on demanding Proportional Representation, abolishing benefit sanctions, not increasing tuition fees, as well as supporting the dreaded Housing Benefit cap and the Bedroom Tax.

The SNP stood to stop Brexit for Scotland and ideally to get Scottish independence. They lost 21 of their 56 seats, but it’s certainly not clear what this means, especially as they still have more seats than all the other parties in Scotland combined. Apart from this, the SNP are a minority government in the Scottish Parliament elected by Proportional Representation, but with the support of the six Scottish Green Party members, the majority of that parliament are in favour of independence for Scotland.

After the general election, Theresa May made a filthy deal with the DUP from Northern Ireland to try and cling on to power. This involved paying them a billion Pounds! Of course, a lot of Tory policies have now been dropped. It remains to be seen if even this disgusting tactic can enable the Tories to cling on to power. It will be revealed on June 29, 2017 if their cut down list of policies, still including Brexit, listed in The Queen’s Speech, have been rejected or not. If the vote goes in their favour, even then it seems they can only last about 6 months. This is based on previous minority governments in 1974 and 1924. If they’re rejected, then Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party will get a chance to form a government with as much support as possible from other parties. If this attempt fails, then I think another general election will be automatically called on about July 13, 2017, taking place about 6-8 weeks later. The way support for different political parties has been going, it now seems impossible for any party to get a majority again. The solution is obviously Proportional Representation, which would mean the death of the Labour and Conservative Parties, to be replaced by newer, smaller parties, which would always have to form coalition governments, the same as in lots of countries, or even most countries around the World.

As for whether Brexit is Thatcherite or anti Thatcherite, I think it’s obviously Thatcherite. This is because it’s only in the interests of people who want to deregulate everything without anyone to stop them. Their goal is to turn Britain into an offshore banking and tax haven something like the Cayman Islands. Jeremy Corbyn supports it because his politics are like Tony Benn (RIP) adopted by the Labour Party back in 1980, where to create a “Socialist paradise” you must take complete control of a country, without another organisation such as the then EEC, now the EU, to interfere with this plan. This policy was dropped by Labour in about 1988, but now it’s back. I think it would be like North Korea lite!





Tim Farron boarding a campaign bus, but not holding the Manifesto


The Lib Dem Manifesto for 2017 says that Theresa May’s government has a mandate to begin negotiations to leave the EU! The EU Referendum result to leave was caused by Rupert Murdoch’s and the Daily Mail’s brainwashed little puppets. This is disastrous! It means uncertainty and damage has already been done and will continue to be done to the UK up to 2019!

The Lib Dem Manifesto goes on to give details of how the Lib Dems support a “soft Brexit”, but no such deal is being offered by the EU. They also claim they actually want to stay in the EU, but their lack of opposition to Brexit makes it confusing how they plan to achieve this. They want to hold another referendum on the terms of the deal, but the propaganda by that time will probably be impossible to override. The only thing similar to EU membership is EEA membership. This involves countries following rules that they had no say in making. It also includes free movement of people, which is allegedly the main thing that leave voters wanted to stop!

This manifesto pledges to try and protect the rights of people in Northern Ireland and Gibraltar. These rights can only be guaranteed by continued membership of the EU!

They want to discourage people from drinking alcohol, including a minimum per unit price for alcohol!

They talk about “responsible finances”, following on from their period in the Coalition in 2010-2015. This means maintaining cuts and not increasing spending until the loans and interest have been paid off!

They often mention a 1p rise in Income Tax, instead of making the rich bastards pay. Pathetic!

They mention Universal Credit, indicating that they have no plans to abolish it and replace it with a humane system!

They mention Jobseekers’ Allowance, instead of saying they want to abolish it and replace it with a humane system!

There is no mention of abolishing the Housing Benefit cap which they supported!

They don’t plan to renationalise the railways!

There’s no mention of abolishing anti “street drinking” laws, or the law banning people from drinking on buses or coaches.

They talk about introducing Proportional Representation and the Single Transferable Vote (STV), but they’ve already thrown away their best opportunity for doing that in 2010. I don’t know if they’ll ever get that opportunity again. The SNP is more likely to achieve this.

To sum up, the Lib Dem Manifesto doesn’t propose to abolish Thatcherism at all.




Jeremy Corbyn presents the Labour Party Manifesto 2017


Searching hard through the Labour Party Manifesto for 2017 reveals a few policies which might be called Thatcherite.

Labour plans to abolish benefit sanctions and “reform” Universal Credit. However, Universal Credit hasn’t yet been rolled out to everyone and may never be. Meanwhile, lots of claimants, or even most claimants, are still on ESA or JSA. Universal Credit is only paid monthly, so that in itself is a disaster. I don’t see how Universal Credit can be reformed. It should just be abolished and replaced with a humane system like under the last real Labour Government of 1974-1979. Even Jobseekers’ Allowance is mentioned in this Manifesto, suggesting it won’t be abolished.

That typically Thatcherite policy of selling Council Houses is mentioned as well. Apparently, it won’t be abolished, but only suspended unless councils can prove they’re replacing the houses they’re selling off. This policy of still allowing Council House sales would make it difficult to increase the number of Council Houses.

A big change is the promises to renationalise the rail network, water, and energy.

If a manifesto doesn’t say it’s going to abolish something, then we can assume it won’t. I don’t see any mention of abolishing the anti picketing laws, for example.

Of course, this manifesto, mentions several times that Britain will be leaving the EU! This is disastrous, a form of isolationism, which could result in it becoming like apartheid era South Africa, or North Korea!




Theresa May: “Strong and stable. Brexit means Brexit!”


Here are some policies from the Conservative’s Manifesto which are Thatcherite.

People are once more expected to sell their homes to pay for personal care, although now they won’t have to do this until after they die, so it’s their kids who will be affected. This policy was abolished or at least toned down by Cameron, as well as being abolished in Scotland by the Labour/Lib Dem coalition there.

Scrapping free school lunches. This goes much further than Thatcher’s early policy of scrapping free school milk. Some of the free school lunches will be replaced by free school breakfasts, but do some kids really go to school without having any breakfast?

Means testing of Winter fuel payments for pensioners. People such as Alan Sugar would no longer get them, but May refused to say exactly who would and who wouldn’t get these payments.

Allowing and encouraging new grammar schools to start up. This creates more inequality in society, exactly as Thatcher wanted.

Taxes would be kept as low as possible.

The manifesto includes lies such as Britain being the World’s fifth largest economy, although it slipped into sixth place following the EU Referendum result, as well as having the fastest growing economy in the G7, although it was recently revealed to be the slowest growing economy in the G7. Of course, economies shouldn’t be growing at all, unless the population increases.

There’s also a couple of paragraphs under the heading “Modern Slavery”, saying how the Tories plan to abolish it. Of course, there’s no mention of abolishing JSA, Universal Credit, or their associated slave labour schemes!

It also promises to bring in votes for life for British overseas electors. This was in the last Conservative Manifesto AND The Queen’s Speech, but not implemented. If this had actually been done, then the EU Referendum result would probably have been remain!

They commit themselves not only to retaining first past the post for General Elections, but to extend this to Mayoral elections as well!! They also want to repeal the Fixed Term Parliaments Act, so that the sitting Prime Minister can once more choose the best date for their government to be re elected, without even asking for a two thirds vote of all MPs.

Student loans will continue, instead of being abolished and replaced with grants.

Universal Credit, with all its associated harassment, will continue to be rolled out, instead of abandoned as a sick joke.

In the section on housing, there’s absolutely no mention of the Housing Benefit cap, or even Housing Benefit at all, so I assume that any housing will only be for people who are allowed to work by the employers.

Everyone reading this should be concerned about the section on the Internet, where it says that the Tories would interfere with and censor the Internet as much as possible.

They wouldn’t continue with stage 2 of the Leveson Enquiry, investigating what nasty journalists such as those employed by Rupert Murdoch, get up to.

EDIT: One thing I forgot to mention before is that the same old policy of selling Council Houses is here again! Another disastrous policy, although not Thatcherite, is leaving the EU. This would make Britain totally isolationist, wipe the country off the map, as well as ruining trade, and people’s rights,  including their right to escape from Britain. Even Thatcher didn’t think of this one!

That’s about all I can say. I hope to publish some more articles exposing some Thatcherite policies promoted by other parties before the General Election takes place!

Free Money! (Part 1)


Lots of banknotes from around the World

Here’s an extract from my book “Free Money! : Get Your Free Money Here”. This hasn’t been published by anyone except myself. You can get a copy of the full text as a PDF file by emailing me on



by Paul Londoner


I decided to write this book out of sheer frustration and anger with recent financially based attacks which have reduced my life to a shadow of its former self, depriving me of a proper home, and nearly resulting in my death, but also because there seemed to be no action and no implementation of any alternative economics system which would enable my life to improve and be reasonable. Due to the lack of implementation, I have written this book, describing an economic system which incorporates aspects of Participatory Economics (Parecon), Local Exchange Trading Systems (LETS), and Positive Money. I’m concentrating on implementing this new system, instead of spending forever theorising about it. After reading the first part of this book, it tells you to get out there and DO something! Don’t expect any government or opposition party to do it for you. Do it yourself!


  • What is Free Money?

  • How can you get your Free Money?

  • What can you do with your Free Money?

  • Why banking is wrong

  • Why charging interest is wrong

  • How bankers cause unemployment

  • Why currency speculation is wrong

  • Why money issued by banks is worthless

  • Why we don’t need bankers

  • Participatory Economics (Parecon)

  • Positive Money

  • Local Exchange Trading Systems (LETS)

  • Security issues for Free Money

  • Colonial Scrip

  • The Rothschilds

  • No jobs in the Bible

  • Why we don’t need landlords

  • The Police

  • About the Author


Free Money is free is two ways. Firstly it’s free of control by bankers, governments, or any elite group. Secondly, to encourage people to start using it, it’s best to give them a free sample of the Free Money. You might give, or receive some Free Money, or even both. The Free Money itself takes the form of notes issued by an individual, who may or may not also use the name of an organisation. An example of a name for this organisation could be “Free Money System”, “Participatory Economics Association (Parecon)” etc, but the note must be signed by the person who issued it, also giving their contact details. Another good idea is to mention the name of the place where the note was issued. It’s also a good idea for a few people to work together in issuing the Free Money. This involves two or more people deciding on a name for a unit of currency. I think a good currency name is an “Hour’s Work” or “Work Hour”. It’s obvious that this means a service of carrying out some work for one hour. It’s also important to trade in goods, as well as services, though For this reason, a list of equivalent goods to one hour’s work must be given. The two or more people who are issuing these notes in a local area must agree on which goods and what quantity of these goods are equivalent to one hour’s work. Examples of goods could be 1Kg of dry rice, 1Kg of dry pasta, one meal, or 2L of alcoholic drink. Where would the goods come from? People should try to make as many goods as possible. Apart from this, they could buy some goods, such as 5Kg of rice, to help start the system going. Later on, they could try and buy some rice using their Free Money. I think that rice can only grow in certain parts of the World. Pasta may be easier to make yourself, though. Perhaps you can think of some more staple foods, such as Polenta, Soya, flour, etc. I think Pasta is made from wheat, which is then processed and goes through a machine to make it a certain shape, such as spaghetti, linguine, etc. Some meals could consist of the rice or the Pasta, plus something to go with it. Whatever goes with it could have been bought into the system using traditional money, bought in using Free Money, or grown on some land that someone has access to. Examples of land for growing food could be a clearing in the middle of a forest where no one ever goes, or an allotment. You could also use your garden, if you’ve got one, a window box, or some grow bags. As for alcoholic drink, it’s easy to brew alcohol using some kind of liquid such as fruit juice, sugar, and yeast. Some simple equipment which came out a few years ago is called home brewing caps. These are simple airlocks which are screwed onto the top of a clean, plastic, 2L bottle, which previously contained a soft drink or cider. The yeast is a strong Champagne style yeast, which creates its own sterile environment. This is much less complicated than traditional home brewing gear, such as demijohns, bored corks, airlocks with chambers, etc. These ingredients could be bought into the system, but the end result would be much cheaper than the mass produced factory version. More importantly, it also deprives governments of part of their much needed tax control mechanism and enables people to afford to drink more alcohol, accessing the subconscious mind, encouraging them to rebel. This right is under threat from people such as Kenneth Clarke MP, the mass murderer who thought up Jobseekers’ Allowance (JSA) and put a 50% penalty duty on cider over 7.5% vol. The Police in various parts of Britain are also harassing shopkeepers to join “voluntary” schemes where they agree not to sell beer or cider over a certain strength, which could be as little as 6.5% vol.






In an almost unbelievable turn of events, a snap general election has been called in Britain.

Nowadays, since the Fixed Term Parliaments Act 2011, the Prime Minister no longer has the power to call a general election at the best time to get their party re elected. This requires the agreement of 66% of all MPs.

Unfortunately, the Labour Party voted with the Conservative dictators to grant the general election. There were various other possible outcomes to this parliamentary motion.

1. Labour could have voted against holding a general election.
2. Labour could have voted against holding a general election on the date of June 8, 2017 asked for by the arch dictator Theresa May, but indicated it would consider agreeing to hold the general election on a later date.
3. Labour could have refused outright to consider having a general election at the moment, voted against, which would have meant the only alternative means to get a general election in the near future would have been a motion of no confidence in the government. This may have needed to be tabled by the Conservative government themselves, making them look really bad.

The way things have turned out, Theresa May has got what was supposed to be no longer possible. She has been able to choose what she thinks is the best date for her government to be re elected. Let’s hope her evil ploy backfires and she’s soon consigned to history.

No one can say for certain what the outcome of this general election will be. It’s common knowledge that the last general election in 2015 was fixed by massive postal vote fraud in 50 marginal constituencies. The propaganda to counter this was that there was such a thing as “shy Tories”, who didn’t want to tell the opinion pollsters their voting intentions. After this, the pollsters fixed their polls to show more support for the Tories. The opinion polls just before the end of the 2015 general election showed both Labour and the Tories neck and neck on about 34%. The fixed election result showed that the Tories got 37% of the votes, while Labour got 34%, though. This indicates that the opinion pollsters have since been adding 3% support to the Tories in their polls. As the margin of error in polls up to that point was 3%, this means that opinion polls could be showing the Tories with 6% more support than they’ve actually got.

Apart from the above, it’s worth pointing out that in recent years opinion polls have often been wrong, although this is sometimes because of fixed elections. It’s widely believed that the Scottish Independence Referendum of 2014 was fixed. The EU Referendum result wasn’t supposed to be a win for Leave either, so perhaps it was fixed by certain councils and/or the company IDOX which is owned by a Tory MP.

In general elections, all seats are won or lost based on how people vote locally. Unfortunately, opinion polls don’t take account of this. I’ve heard that some local polling by the Tory Lord Ashcroft has shown that the Lib Dems are likely to regain most of the seats they lost in SW England.

At the end of the day, this election is a chance to STOP Brexit!








There has been a coup d’etat in Britain. This coup was led by Nigel Farage of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), Boris Johnson, Michael Gove, and Iain Duncan Smith who are all Conservatives. They received a lot of support from that interfering foreigner Rupert Murdoch through his newspapers The Sun and The Times, as well as his TV channel Sky News, plus the other newspapers The Daily Mail, and The Daily Express, which are both Thatcherite/neo liberal. Other, minor players in this coup include Andrea Leadsom and Priti Patel of the Conservatives, as well as the schizophrenic nutter Lord Owen (formerly known as Dr David Owen), who in his time has been an MP for the Labour Party, formed the anti Thatcherite and anti Marxist Social Democratic Party (SDP) still as a sitting MP, which went into an alliance with the Liberal Party, he opposed the merger of the SDP with the Liberals to form the Liberal Democrats by wailing and moaning like a Prima Donna because he wasn’t going to be in charge, then later on started supporting the Conservatives instead to hit back at his former colleagues in Labour and the Lib Dems. Finally, as a Lord, he made a donation and gave support to Labour again.


Lord/Dr David Owen, a perfect case of schizophrenia

People voting leave in the EU referendum didn’t vote “against the political establishment”, even if they thought that’s what they were doing. They were encouraged to vote either way by one elitist clique against another, but people with common sense took no notice of this and voted to remain. Apart from this it seems that people have also been brainwashed by Weatherspoons pubs who distributed anti EU leaflets and beermats to their customers who were quie likely to be drunk at the time, as well as UKIP hiring the services of hypnotist Paul McKenna to advise them about how to give their videos a hypnotic effect. I used to like Weatherspoons pubs and Paul McKenna, but now I advise people to boycott both of them. Inventor James Dyson also supported leave, so I advise people not to buy his products, smash them up and throw them out if you own any, not to use Dyson hand dryers in public toilets, but write “DYSON = TRAITOR” on them and try to smash them up instead.

Paul McKenna


Paul McKenna, who changed from trying to improve people’s lives to trying to enslave them


Why did Rupert Murdoch support Brexit? In his own words “That’s easy! When I go to Downing Street they do what I say. When I go to Brussels they usually take no notice”. Obviously, this means the EU doesn’t support Rupert Murdoch’s vision of free trade across the World, his US TV productions, sewing up the rights to other TV series he hasn’t produced, then persuading people to pay subscriptions to watch them. He has been doing this in Britain, Ireland, Germany, and Italy through Sky UK, Sky Deutschland, and Sky Italia. I think people should boycott all his TV channels and newspapers. Obviously, people who put their minds to it can watch the same TV programmes by downloading them as torrents from Pirate Bay proxy sites, some other torrent sites, or watch them using a Virtual Proxy Network on , etc, but they shouldn’t use the browser plug in Hola to do this, because Hola sell users’ bandwidth through their premium service and install malware. I think that people should watch mainly TV from the EU via satellie or the Internet, on sites such as and



Jerry Hall with Rupert Murdoch (a case of necrophilia)


The Daily Mail is notorious as a Thatcherite newspaper, which hates and despises whole groups of people. The Daily Mail thinks that anyone can get a job at any time, as in classical economics or Thatcherism/neo liberalism, instead of Keynesian economics or participatory economics/parecon where there are no employers, or centralised state Socialism/Communism where people were told what jobs would be available, only allowed to train for what jobs were needed, then forced into one of those jobs. The Daily Mail whipped up a hysterical frenzy against “lazy scroungers” on Housing Benefit (a system which gives people money to pay their rent just so they can have a place to live if they can’t get work or are poorly paid). Of course, this money ends up in the hands of Landlords, not the people claiming the money. It’s a drop in the ocean compared to the money the bankers conjure out of thin air or is wiped out on stock markets. As a result of this campaign, a cap was placed on Housing Benefits. The cap was £250 per week for a single person in a one bedroom flat. There was no attempt to prevent landlords from increasing rents, so this has meant that when rents continued to increase, there were very few if any flats in that price range still available in London, then if people on Housing Benefit in London were evicted, they found it very hard or even impossible to get another flat in London. This has caused people to either be forced out of London, or into shared houses with small rooms of their own, or pathetically small “studio flats”, which are more like Bed & Breakfast rooms.

For a long time, or always, Britain has been plagued by isolationists who basically don’t know and don’t want to know about the rest of the World, unless they happen to speak English. A lot of these people are elderly and/or live in small towns or villages. These people have been going on and on about a campaign to leave the EU since at least 1992. The whole attitude may date back to after the Viking invasion when the Vikings settled in what later became England, north of a line between the River Lee or Lea now in London, and the Mersey Estuary.

I was shocked to hear that some people who oppose “globalization” or more properly globalisation, were happy at the news that Britain had voted in the referendum to leave the EU. This is crap, because the EU is supposed to be a protectionist bloc, opposing or restricting free trade within its borders to the advantage of people and companies from the EU. The protectionist aspect hasn’t been as successful as it was supposed ro be, as well as being undermined by the World Trade Organisation (WTO) which we were never asked if we wanted to join.

To sum up, unless this insane referendum result is ignored, voted down by Parliament, or another referendum is held which gives a victory to remain then what will happen is roughly as follows. Of course, I can’t be anything like 100% accurate in my predictions, but I think over 60% of these things will happen.

  • Unemployment will increase, playing into the hands of the Thatcherites, who will brand the new unemployed as lazy, instead of admitting it was due to the Brexit. They will make them do more slave labour and set up special slave labour camps
  • Lots of people will leave England and Wales for the Continent, Scotland, or Ireland
  • Prices in shops will rise due to the fall in the Pound Sterling
  • Due to a big devaluation of the Pound Sterling, people will have to pay in US Dollars or Euros
  • Satellite dishes larger than Sky Digital dishes (45cm) will be banned to prevent people watching TV channels from the Continent via satellite
  • There will be more Internet censorship, including streaming videos from TV channels located on the Continent
  • Scotland will declare independence from the UK
  • Northern Ireland will declare independence from the UK
  • Gibraltar will be administered jointly with Spain, or leave the UK and join Spain
  • Lots of people who are already applying for Irish passports will give up their British nationality altogether
  • The UK’s nuclear weapons will be moved from their bases in Scotland to bases in England and Wales, and their numbers will increase
  • The population of England and Wales will decrease due to its citizens leaving and mass deportations
  • Military spending will greatly increase to prepare for the war which is sure to come
  • England and Wales will threaten various other countries, including EU members, with its nuclear weapons over trade disputes
  • Germany or the whole EU (apart from France) will arm itself with nuclear weapons to counter the threat from England and Wales
  • Russia will send its armed forces to invade and occupy England and Wales, probably leading to a nuclear war
  • The EU will send its European Army to invade and occupy England and Wales, probably leading to a nuclear war
  • People from England and Wales may need visas to travel to the Continent
  • Holidaymakers from England and Wales on the Continent will be harassed and attacked

Don’t forget that all of this has happened because of UK based TV channels showing almost 100% programmes made in English and because Rupert Murdoch wanted to be able to run his media empire in Britain without interference from the EU!