Did fraud hand an #election majority to the #Conservatives? Look at the facts

Here’s some more details about the fixed British General Election of May 2015. Well worth a read. Well done Simon!

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The 2015 General Election result was a shock. But we know that the Conservatives won because of ‘Shy Tories’, ‘late swing voters’, Milliband was too Left-wing and a vote in England against the SNP, don’t we? And your feelings tell you election fraud in the UK is a ridiculous idea, don’t they? But, then look at the facts. Voter fraud cases have gone to court. In April 2015, a court removed, Lutfur Rahman from the elected position of Tower Hamlet Mayor after he was found guilty of corrupt practices in the election. The judgment included fraudulent use of the postal vote. Fraud in local elections are not rare, as the news website, Get Surrey shows:

Woking Borough Council postal vote election fraud trial begins. 13 APR 2015, BY GUY MARTIN Relatives of Liberal Democrat candidate who won seat on council by 16 votes are standing trial accused of conspiracy to defraud.

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What Went Wrong With The Euro?

What Went Wrong With The Euro?

Euro banknotes

Euro banknotes

The details of what went wrong with the Euro aren’t clear. Over a period of time it was corrupted, changing from a convenient single currency for the whole EU, to a kind of control mechanism run by the bankers and Thatcherite/neoliberal politicians. I’ll try to piece it all together, but there will be gaps.

The EU forerunners, the EEC and the EC were criticised by Mrs Thatcher who was against the European single currency and said “We have not successfully rolled back the frontiers of the state in Britain, only to see them re-imposed at a European level, with a European super-state exercising a new dominance from Brussels”. European Commission President Jacques Delors was hated by Rupert Murdoch and his papers, such as the Sun, which printed a front page story telling people to stick two fingers up in unison at a certain time and date and shout “Up yours Delors”. He eventually got a warm welcome from the Trades Union Conference (TUC) in Britain in 1988 for promising to bring back free collective bargaining, although before that they didn’t like him.

The idea of the whole of the EEC, EC, or EU having the same currency is nothing new. It was first planned as long ago as the Hague Summit in December 1969 http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=URISERV:l25007 . The original plan was to implement currency union by 1980. This was suspended in 1971, due to US President Richard Nixon’s abolition of the Bretton Woods system, where the US Dollar was exchangeable for gold and all other exchangeable currencies were indexed to the US Dollar. Communist countries, such as the USSR and East Germany didn’t agree to this or any rival scheme, so their currencies were only worth anything in their countries of issue and they couldn’t be exchanged except in cases of forcing tourists to exchange their “hard currency” for the local currency.

An early name for the European currency, planned by the Dutch, was the Eurogroot, meaning either big Euro, great Euro, or Euro Groat (i.e. a Groat was a medieval English coin worth four pence). Later on, the name of the proposed currency was fixed by treaty as ECU (i.e. European Currency Unit, but probably inspired by the old French coin Écu). After this, in a shock move, that treaty was broken or overridden and the currency was renamed the Euro! Other plans for the currency may have been changed just as easily at about the same time.

The bankers obviously didn’t like the idea of there being fewer currencies for them to speculate in against each other, so they launched runs on the Pound Sterling and the French Franc. I think these actions were instigated and mainly controlled by George Soros, nicknamed “The Man Who Broke The Bank of England”, referring to the currency crisis he caused in 1992 called “Black Wednesday”. The Pound was devalued, forced out of the Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM) and never rejoined. After this, everyone in Britain, including unemployed and unfit people, as well as pensioners, had to pay price increases for all goods from outside Britain because of what that bastard George Soros had done! The price increases seemed to be about 10%.

George Soros plotting

George Soros plots more financial chaos

George Soros was born in Hungary in 1930, then went to Britain and studied at the London School of Economics when he was almost destitute, but he got a donation of £40 from the Quakers. I’m not sure if the £40 was a one off payment, or a regular thing. The fact it was only £40 indicates how much the bankers have devalued money since then. He had managed to get lots of jobs, including selling seaside souvenirs, but his pure greed wouldn’t let him be satisfied with that. The run on the French Franc weakened it, but it still managed to stay in the ERM and join the Euro. After this, the bankers had a Plan B, on how to make money out of the Euro. They were already getting things more their own way in the USA, where the US Dollar was run to limit public spending to a percentage of GDP, and Federal Income Tax was just to pay the bankers, so they decided to have similar criteria written into The Treaty of European Union, usually called the Maastricht Treaty.

Much later, the Euro was defined in the Treaty of European Union http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=celex:12012M/TXT

This treaty mentions things such as that it seeks to work for “sustainable development of Europe based on balanced economic growth and price stability”, as well as to “promote conditions for stronger economic growth in the European Union”, and even “ free and fair trade” with “the wider World”. These words may have sounded fairly harmless in 1995, but now we’re seeing how people’s ways of life and even their actual lives can be sacrificed to bring these conditions about.

Broken Euro

A broken Euro indicating shattered economic dreams

This has all led to the bankers taking control of Greece, forcing ordinary people into destitution to pay for their luxurious lifestyles. Their other main targets are Spain, Italy, Ireland, and Portugal, but sooner or later they plan to do the same thing to the whole World! Only alternative, interest free currencies, instead of their debt based interest ridden currencies can save us from that fate. More about this soon.



Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn trying to look like a Russian revolutionary

Britain has suffered under the same type of Thatcherite/neoliberal government ever since May 1979. In recent months, the general public in Britain has been subjected by the mass media to what can only be called Corbynmania. I think now is the time to look into this phenomenon.

There was a similar phenomenon in 2010 called Cleggmania, named after the Liberal Democrats’ leader Nick Clegg. He was supposed to be the one who could change the whole political landscape of Britain, due to the predicted result that no single party would get a majority, dubbing him the “Kingmaker”. This meant that by giving his party’s support to either Labour or the Conservatives he could choose whether Gordon Brown or David Cameron would be Prime Minister. Everyone then expected real change, because the Lib Dems were committed, saying “If there’s a hung parliament, we will INSIST on proportional representation as the price of our support!”, but of course Nick Clegg and the Lib Dems were persuaded, blackmailed, or even brainwashed into dropping this demand in return for a place in a coalition government, the job of Deputy Prime Minister, ministerial posts, and having some of their more recent policies enacted, although of course not their original fundamental policy of proportional representation, or their more recent policy of abolishing benefit sanctions. A very damaging and dodgy scheme was the Fixed Term Parliaments Act, which could instead have been part of the coalition agreement, because it was designed just to prevent the Conservatives or the Lib Dems leaving the coalition and holding another election. It wasn’t even passed until September 2011, by which time the coalition government could easily have fallen apart. This act now makes it very difficult to hold general elections more often than five years apart. The end result of the coalition agreement was that Clegg and the Lib Dems were consigned to history.

Jeremy Corbyn thinking

Jeremy Corbyn tries to think of a good answer

Corbynmania seems to have been caused by the Labour Party’s pathetic new policy of selling leadership election votes to anyone willing to pay £3, as well as signing a declaration that they support the Labour Party’s aims and values, and that they’re not a member of any organisation opposed to the Labour Party. This was a recipe for unprecedented infiltration by members and supporters of other parties.

The Labour Party was projected by all general election 2015 opinion polls as running neck and neck with the Tories, which would have led to them being able to form a coalition government or a minority government, with support from other parties, such as the SNP, Plaid Cymru, the SDLP, the Greens, and possibly even the Lib Dems. I think we can safely assume that the general election was fixed, and that the real result was a hung parliament where Labour could have done a deal with the parties mentioned above, while the Conservatives could only have done a deal with the Lib Dems, UKIP, and the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP). Proportional representation should then have been introduced, then there would have been another general election a few months later in 2015.

The current hysteria called Corbynmania is one way of distracting everyone from the fixed general election and persuading them to “move on”. Let’s look at a few facts. The mass media in general are all writing lots of stories about Jeremy Corbyn, some supportive, while others are totally anti. Jeremy Corbyn is either the saviour of the Labour Party who can make it socialist again, win a general election and abolish Thatcherism, or he’s going to destroy the Labour Party, make Labour unelectable, and lead to permanent Conservative government. He is allegedly being supported by lots of members of left wing parties such as the Greens, Left Unity, the Trade Union and Socialist Coalition (TUSC), Socialist Workers’ Party (SWP), and the Socialist Party of England and Wales (formerly Militant Tendency), as well as Conservatives who want him to destroy the Labour Party.

young Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn was fairly unknown in his younger days

As for me, I think that what will happen is roughly as follows. Jeremy Corbyn and his supporters keep talking about winning a general election set for 2020 under the Fixed Term Parliaments Act. The problem is that by that time thousands or millions more people will probably die of eviction leading to suicide or homelessness (which is what I’m facing in November 2015), benefit sanctions, or being refused life saving medical treatment. The current Conservative government has a majority of only about 9, which so far doesn’t seem to have enabled them to do anything much. This will be reduced at By Elections, wiping out their majority altogether, long before 2020. After that happens, the general public, as well as MPs will be desperate for another general election, but unless the Fixed Term Parliaments Act is abolished, or TWO THIRDS of MPs vote for a general election, then no general election can be called. By 2020, Britain could have been turned into a massive slave labour camp under the TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Pact) agreement.

The Labour Party is made up of three or four groups who have opposing views and actually hate each other. There are actual named groups such as the “hard left” Campaign Group, including Jeremy Corbyn, as well as the “soft left” Tribune Group, but I haven’t been able to find out the names of any of any other groups open only to Labour Party MPs. The right wing groups called the Progress Group, as well as Blue Labour, aren’t restricted to Labour Party MPs or members.

Recently, Jeremy Corbyn has had a lot of Thatcherite/neoliberal Labour MPs or members such as Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, and Peter Mandelson putting him down. They say his policies will make the Labour Party unelectable. They ignore the facts that the Labour Party has lost the last two general elections and that it can’t form a majority Labour only government without Scottish MPs.

Corbyn cycling

Jeremy Corbyn cycles round to try and look poor

What all of this means is that a reinvigorated, firmly socialist Labour Party led by Jeremy Corbyn can’t achieve what it says and can’t provide people with what we need. For that we need a new economic system, not just a new Leader of The Opposition!

Labour Leadership Losers

Labour Leadership Losers

The Labour Party logo

The Labour Party logo

On the very night of their defeat in the fixed British General Election of May 2015, the Labour Party leader Ed Miliband resigned, taking full responsibility for their projected defeat, then on that same night, or later on the same day, other Labour Party MPs started announcing their plans to stand for the Labour Party leadership. Meanwhile, the Labour Party is led for the second time by Acting Leader Harriet Harman.

Even from opinion polls in December 2014 it was clear that the Labour Party couldn’t win a majority because they had lost enough support in Scotland to the SNP to ensure that the SNP would see a massive increase in their number of seats. This meant that Labour would have to rely on SNP support to form a government. When I heard about this, I thought it was great news and that Scotland should become independent after the SNP had saved my life from the Conservatives and Labour, who both want to kill me just because I’ve been rejected by the employers. As we saw in May 2015, the scenario of a minority Labour government supported by the SNP was avoided by a fixed general election, giving the Tories a small overall majority.

Andy Burnham, Yvette Cooper, Liz Kendall, and Jeremy Corbyn are the names on the Labour Leadership ballot paper. Who exactly are they? What parts have they played in the past, and what do they believe in now?

Andy Burnham MP

Andy Burnham MP

Andy Burnham joined the Labour Party in 1984 when Neil Kinnock was leader, but was elected as an MP in 2001, about six years after Labour became “new Labour”. He was born and went to school in Liverpool, so he must have seen the destruction that Mrs Thatcher unleashed on that city. This doesn’t necessarily mean that he wants to avoid more of it, just that he wants to avoid it happening to him. He has recently confessed his policies of attacking the benefits system, described by some Thatcherite voters as giving an “easy ride” to people on benefits. He has even admitted to supporting some of the Conservatives’ £12 billion cuts to welfare. He’s just licking Rupert Murdoch’s and The Daily Mail’s boots! This should leave people in no doubt that if they’re rejected by employers, then their benefits will be cut or even stopped if Andy Burnham became Labour leader. This means that employers (more like unemployers) and Jobcentre staff would continue to have the power of life and death over unemployed and unfit workers.

Yvette Cooper MP

Yvette Cooper MP

Yvette Cooper became an MP at the time of the “new Labour” landslide in May 1997. Before that she had worked for Shadow Chancellor John Smith in 1990, but this was followed up by working for the evil Thatcherite/neoliberal Bill Clinton during his US Presidential campaign in 1992. Bill Clinton refused to abolish slave labour “workfare” schemes, which later spread to other countries round the World. It was Bill Clinton’s deregulation of US mortgages which led to the financial crash and credit crunch. In Britain the people who were given these mortgages would probably have been given Housing Benefit or Council Housing. Yvette Cooper has even had the fuckin’ cheek to mention her time with Bill Clinton in a recent speech of hers which she made after the general election. I think this is plenty to give her a bad name.

Liz Kendall MP

Liz Kendall MP

Liz Kendall joined the Labour Party in 1992. Neil Kinnock was still leader for part of that year, before it began the transition to “new Labour”, but she only became an MP about 14-15 years after it became “new Labour” in 2010, so has always sat in the opposition. Her Dad was a senior Bank of England Official. She was one of the co authors of “The Purple Book”, which may be as significant to Labour as “The Orange Book” was for the treacherous Lib Dems, in laying out Labour’s future Thatcherite plans. This book contains lots of policies copied from the Conservative Party, and is supported by the independent organisation Progress, a Blairite group founded in 1995.

Jeremy Corbyn MP

Jeremy Corbyn MP

Jeremy Corbyn was elected in 1983, 12-13 years before Labour became “new Labour”, but the same year that Tony Blair was elected as an MP, so that doesn’t prove anything. He is a member of the Campaign group in the Labour Party, which is much less influential than it used to be, founded with 21 members , it may once have had about 50 members, but now has only 9 members, since most of its members have either left office or died. He sat for the whole 13 years of the “new Labour” government, trying to pretend that he didn’t agree with what they were doing, but that it was nothing to do with him. He has been accused of campaigning on issues which he can’t implement, because they’re not Labour Party policy. He has been praised for defying the Labour whip about 25% of the time, but that doesn’t mean much, because Labour Party policies are wrong almost 100% of the time. Jeremy Corbyn just scraped onto the Labour leadership ballot with 35 supporters. This is 15% of the Parliamentary Labour Party (PLP). Even then, some of those MPs said it was just to enable a debate about the kind of Labour Party leadership they wanted. This means that 85% of Labour Party MPs didn’t support Jeremy Corbyn, and I think that over 85% of Labour Party MPs are against the policies that Jeremy Corbyn advocates. Jeremy Corbyn has admitted that party machinery stops “left wingers” from getting anywhere. They’re prevented from becoming junior ministers, and usually blocked from even standing as candidates for parliament. As the Labour leader has no executive powers to impose policies, but Tony Blair managed this as a smarmy git (i.e. a manipulative, bullying gang leader), this means that a Labour Party with Jeremy Corbyn as leader wouldn’t adopt socialist policies, as followed by the Labour Party up until about 1995.
I’m not really interested in the current Labour Party, or its MPs, because they don’t represent me. Most of their names are unfamiliar to me. I was trying to compile a list of Labour MPs along with the years they were first elected, but I found that this would be very difficult. I think it’s enough to realise that in 1997 there was a large increase of Labour MPs, when Labour had recently become “new Labour”. The number of Labour MPs increased from 271 at the 1992 election to 418 at the 1997 election. This marked an increase of 147 Labour MPs, who I assume were all “new Labour”, plus some Labour MPs elected before then, who had been persuaded to convert to “new Labour”. From that point, the Thatcherite/neoliberal “new Labour” MPs have been in a majority, which has increased as a percentage since 1997.

The biggest failures of the “new Labour” government of 1997-2010 were their refusal to abolish the main Thatcherite policies of Jobseekers’ Allowance (JSA) with its benefit sanctions and slave labour schemes, their refusal to abolish the policy of preventing people from claiming benefits for 26 weeks if they had to give up their job for any reason at all, their refusal to renationalise the privatised public utilities, as well as their refusal to punish bankers such as Lazard Brothers for being involved in the privatisations, their refusal to abolish the anti picketing laws, and their refusal to exempt people who didn’t own a home from paying the Council Tax.

Don’t forget, all of the current schemes, slogans, and media manipulation are for the simple reason that British general elections aren’t held under a proportional representation electoral system. This single fact makes it impossible to have a multi party democracy. Mrs Thatcher’s Conservative governments never ever got over 50% of the votes. Most of the electorate were against the Conservatives, but because not all of them voted for the same party, people didn’t get the left wing governments they wanted. After this, Labour had the idea that adopting Thatcherite/neoliberal policies and licking Rupert Murdoch’s boots were the best tactics they could use to get elected.

While there must be one winner of the Labour leadership election, I say don’t vote Labour, because they’re all losers! Vote Green for change whenever there’s an election.

At the end of the day, alternative currency is the only answer. More details about this soon.

Austerity Exposed

Austerity Exposed


The SYRIZA party logo

At time of writing the Greek Syriza led coalition government has now got a chance to make history by kicking the bankers, who are represented by the European Central Bank (ECB), International Monetary Fund (IMF), and even the European Commission (EC). I can’t believe how they’re all ganging up on Greece trying to squeeze them for every last Eurocent they’ve got and I hope the Greek government will give them a good kicking! Enough is enough! If they fail to take this chance now, then I’m sure they’ll get another chance soon, though.

At this stage, I should tell you that if you don’t understand concepts such as bailouts in tranches, quantative easing, and government bonds, then don’t worry. The reason you don’t understand them is because they’re totally insane gobbledegook and crap!

Following on from “The Credit Crunch”, during the British general election campaign of 2010 we heard a lot about the concept of austerity, with politicians from Labour, the Conservatives, and the Lib Dems all agreeing to cut more than Thatcher. Austerity is now just another name for Thatcherism or neoliberalism, based on worthless fiat money (i.e. made or done, you HAVE been!), as well as paying back loans of this worthless money and interest on it.

Old £1 note

An old Bank of England £1 note

There were periods of austerity in the 20th century, such as in the 1930’s and World War II, as well as in the mid 1970s. I think these were caused by the bankers and their schemes, the same as today. During WWII, people were encouraged to cook animal organ parts called offal in ways which they wouldn’t previously have considered, but while this was going on there was a black market in items which were no longer available or strictly rationed, so the rich could still get what they wanted.

Of course, the strategy of cuts to public services in 2010-2015 didn’t work, because it was all a big con in the first place. There is no reason to continue with this policy anywhere in the World, including Britain, Greece, Spain, Ireland, Italy, or Portugal. It only gives more power to the bankers and the super rich. They just want to recreate deeper divisions between rich and poor. Their policies are based on life in the 19th Century or earlier.

I must remind you that the crisis was caused by the bankers’ greed and their plans to take more control over society than ever before. This included lending out more money than ever before, including to people they called NINJAs (No Income No Job or Assets) in the form of mortgages, payday loans at more extortionate interest rates, then selling these “toxic debts” and having lots of mortgaged homes repossessed. Of course, a home is a basic human right, not a commodity to be bought, sold, or rented out.

The fairy story made up by the bankers is that a crisis was caused by governments borrowing too much money from them and not being able to pay in back, so in that case they must cut spending on public services so they can pay the bankers back, with interest of course. The main requirement is that the cuts mustn’t affect the bankers themselves, or their ability to demand more and more money as well well as interest on top of this money.

As long ago as the 1950s or 1960s, someone had the idea that all members of the European Economic Community (EEC), later on the European Community (EC), and now the European Union (EU) should use the same currency. This is a good idea on the face of it, but was later corrupted in the Treaty of European Union (commonly called The Maastricht Treaty) to include a hidden agenda of being “subject to financial and budgetary discipline”, meaning strictly limited government spending according to the lowest common denominator, instead of according to the highest common denominator or according to the average. This system seems to be copied from the way the US Dollar is governed. This is the foundation of why in more recent years Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece, and Spain have been accused of borrowing and spending too much, then given bailouts from the EU in return for “economic reforms”.

In spite of what UKIP want you to believe, the Pound Sterling wasn’t originally English or British, but was copied from the Libra of Charlemagne’s Frankish Empire, including its divisions of 12 Pence to one Shilling and 20 Shillings to one Pound. It was set at the same value as the Libra to make them interchangeable, like an early version of the Euro. A similar system to the Pound Sterling was still used in the City of Bremen before Germany was formed in 1871, where 12 Pfennige made 1 Schilling and 20 Schillinge made 1 Pfund. The most common coin in England for some time was the silver penny, abbreviated to d or D after the Roman Denarius. The Pound Sterling was nearly abolished as part of decimalisation back in 1971, to be replaced with a unit worth 50% of what the Pound was worth, either the Royal (originally a 15th Century coin worth 10 Shillings) or the Noble (originally a coin introduced in 1344 worth one third of a Pound), so that the much lower, less inflated, prices back then under one Pound or which had some Shillings or Pence, or a figure after the decimal point could be more easily converted from one system to another. This was called “The Ten Shilling System” because ten shillings were worth as much as the main new currency unit, so one Shilling became ten cents, two Shillings became twenty cents, five Shillings became fifty cents, etc. This had already happened in South Africa where the South African Pound was replaced by the Rand, Australia where the Australian Pound was replaced by the Australian Dollar, and New Zealand where the New Zealand Pound was replaced by the New Zealand Dollar. There was no real public outcry over this plan, which at the end of the day people would have had to accept as quickly as they accepted that a Pound was made up of 100 Pence, instead of 20 Shillings, each made up of 12 Pence.

Austerity and capitalism itself is finally breaking down in Greece, where the heroic Syriza government are finally telling the extortionist, scrounging bankers to drop dead. This has happened after massive cuts to pensions, as well as increasing unemployment. The people depending on these pensions are not only the retired, including those who took early retirement to escape unemployment, but also their unemployed kids. In a lot of families a pension is the only source of income! The bankers also want Greece to increase VAT on electricity, medicines and restaurants! They’ll stop at nothing, so they need to be stopped. I think people should start generating their own electricity simply by moving a magnet in a copper coil attached to a car battery, or with a small solar panel attached to the battery instead. This could then be converted from DC to mains AC using an inverter complete with an electrical socket. It seems to me that the bankers’ plan is to concentrate their attack on the PIIGS countries (Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece, and Spain) to try to gain support elsewhere by saying that this is what would happen in Britain, Germany, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, the USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, but it hasn’t happened yet because their governments are obeying the bankers’ fairytale demands. After forcing the PIIGS countries into destitution, the bankers will step up their attacks on the rest of the World.

I think the only solution to this is not just a change in government or government policy, but a totally alternative economic system, based round an alternative currency, which is marked as being worth a certain amount of goods and/or services, not a theoretical promise to pay something worth a Pound, a Euro, a US Dollar, some other Dollar, or a Yen, where no one knows what these currencies actually stand for!

As for me, I may have only until early November 2015 to live under this system, so I’ve got nothing to lose and I’ll say or do whatever I like. I think my life will end due to eviction, the Housing Benefit cap, nasty Landlords and Letting Agents depriving me of a roof over my head.

Here’s a documentary exposing the lies behind money and interest or usury!

How Was The British General Election of 2015 Fixed?

How Was The British General Election of 2015 Fixed?


A ballot box

I think it’s obvious that this election was fixed! This can’t be tolerated, so direct action must be taken! Here are some details of how the election was fixed.

First of all, there are a few factors to consider, which made this general election different from all others before it.

There was the collapse of the Lib Dem vote. This made it likely, but by no means definite, that in most Lib Dem held seats, the party which had come second in 2010 would gain the seat. The Lib Dems lost seats not only to the Conservatives, but also to Labour, as well as to the SNP. They lost a total of 49 seats, and didn’t gain any seats. The seats they lost were redistributed as follows…

Conservatives – 27

Labour – 12

SNP – 10


Nick Clegg after keeping his own seat but his Lib Dems being slaughtered 

From this we clearly see that the SNP became a new force. They had pledged not to support the Conservatives, so that makes it 27 Lib Dem seats lost to the Tories and 22 Lib Dem seats lost to the anti Tories. These figures in themselves don’t lead to a Conservative victory. The Conservatives were on track to lose not only certain seats, balanced out by possible gains, but also to have their number of seats reduced.

For a few decades now, the share of the Conservative and Labour combined votes has been decreasing to about 65% at the general election of 2010, and was widely predicted to drop to 60% at the 2015 general election. I think this actually happened, but was covered up or distorted by the opinion pollsters, with methods such as redistribution of the don’t knows, as well as “weighting”.

Of course, if the 2010 and 2015 general elections had been fought under proportional representation, people’s votes, as well as the result would have been completely different. The votes cast for the 2009 European Parliamentary election for the UK were as follows: Conservative 37.7%; UKIP 18.8%; Labour 18.8%; Lib Dem 15.9%; Green Party 2.9%; British National Party (BNP) 2.9%; SNP 2.9%; Plaid Cymru 1.4%. If we use these percentages as the result of the General Election of 2010, the number of seats for each party would have been roughly as follows: Conservative 245; UKIP 122; Labour 122; Lib Dem 103; Green Party 19; BNP 19; SNP 19; Plaid Cymru 9. These figures total 658 seats instead of 650, using the conventional system of rounding up to the next whole number where the figure after the decimal point is 5 or greater. Some countries have a hurdle, such as 5%, which parties must reach to get any seats at all. I don’t think Britain could introduce a hurdle for some time, because it would prevent smaller parties from being established. I think if the Lib Dems had stuck to their guns and insisted on proportional representation as the price of their support, then they would’ve got more than 103 seats in the second general election of 2010, which of course never took place.


The familiar black ballot boxes

I’ve also been getting reports about the actual ballot boxes at some of the counts. I’ve heard that instead of the familiar black ballot boxes, the ballot papers came out of white transparent or translucent plastic boxes, to be placed onto tables for counting. How and when were the ballot papers transferred into these boxes?!

The SNP told their supporters to take lots of measures, including taking photos and following vans, to try and prevent any vote rigging, as you can read on https://twitter.com/csi_pillows/status/595180206152908800/photo/1 .

The BBC exit poll of 316 seats for the Conservatives wasn’t accurate and was manipulated by the system called “weighting”, which can be used to fix the figures in any way someone wants. My conclusion is that it was fixed.

We were consistently told that, due to constituency boundaries, Labour would win more seats if their support was the same as the Conservatives, which it was. These figures don’t lead to a Conservative majority.

The Conservatives had a number of US Republican Party campaign workers. That party has been accused of fixing US Presidential and State elections. This is what could easily have led to a Conservative majority!

There were fifty key marginal seats where Labour were ahead of the Conservatives just before the election, but mysteriously Labour failed to win enough of them to create a hung parliament, which means the results could have been fixed. These seats, complete with results, were North Warwickshire (Con hold), Thurrock (Con hold), Hendon (Con hold), Cardiff North (Con hold), Sherwood (Con hold), Stockton South (Con hold), Broxtowe (Con hold), Lancaster and Fleetwood (Labour gain), Amber Valley (Con hold), Waveney (Con hold), Wolverhampton South West (Lab gain), Morecambe and Lunesdale (Con hold), Carlisle (Con hold), Stroud (Con hold), Weaver Vale (Con hold), Lincoln (Con hold), Plymouth Sutton and Devonport (Con hold), Dewsbury (Lab gain), Warrington South (Con hold), Bedford (Con hold), Brighton Kemptown (Con hold), Pudsey (Con hold), Brentford and Isleworth (Lab gain), Hove (Lab gain), Enfield North (Lab gain), Hastings and Rye (Con hold), Ipswich (Con hold), Halesowen and Rowley Regis (Con hold), Nuneaton (Con hold), Gloucester (Con hold), Northampton North (Con hold), Bury North (Con hold), Kingswood (Con hold), Erewash (Con hold), Blackpool North and Cleveleys (Con hold), City of Chester (Lab hold), Croydon Central (Con hold), Worcester (Con hold), Keighley (Con hold), Wirral West (Lab hold), Cannock Chase (Con hold), Harrow East (Con hold), Loughborough (Con hold), Warwick and Leamington (Con hold), South Swindon (Con hold), Ealing Central and Acton (Lab gain), Pendle (Con hold), Stevenage (Con hold) , Elmet and Rothwell (Con hold), Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire (Con hold). This is a totally unbelievable set of results for those mass murdering, slave trading, bedroom taxing, Housing Benefit capping, Fire Brigade cutting, tuition fee hiking, food bank booming Tory bastards!

I think what’s needed now is violent protests, riots, and civil disobedience to bring down this dictatorship! By this I don’t mean lots of shouting while standing behind a Police line. In the early 20th Century the Suffragettes smashed all the windows in London’s Oxford Street, set fire to and bombed MPs houses, and sailed past the Houses of Parliament shouting at MPs through a megaphone. I mean attacking the Police just for wearing their uniforms, pushing their vans over, setting fire to them, using tear gas, stun guns, etc. An important tactic is also to work as one unit or team, staying in touch by radio or phone, as well as by linking arms, or even chaining yourselves together, a bit like the Borg in Star Trek.

I demand another general election in 2015 under proportional representation! We need both the Conservative AND the Labour parties to be banned and their MPs barred from standing for office ever again! There must also be lots of electoral observers so that the result can’t be fixed.

The Vote on The Queen’s Speech 2015

The Vote on The Queen’s Speech 2015

Caroline Lucas MP (Green Party) comments on the Queen’s Speech 2015

First of all, I must point out that I’m not a politician or an MP, I’m just a citizen fighting to save my life by continuing to have enough money to live on, as well as a roof over my head! The latest government plots with property developers, and slave labour employers are that I could die of renovation, eviction, and the Housing Benefit cap on about November 5, 2015.

This important vote, which decides whether or not a new government has been formed, took place as scheduled on June 4, 2015.

I posted recently that I thought the Queen’s Speech, always written by the Prime Minister, would definitely be accepted, because otherwise the Conservative MPs would be facing another general election and some of them putting themselves out of a job. After this, they might have to do slave labour at Tesco, Argos, or Poundland, but somehow I doubt it, unless they were caught out having an affair or at a swingers’ party, then excluded from their Tory support network. Already, plans to abolish the Human Rights Act had been deleted from the speech, because a few Conservative MPs refused to support them. In the situation where the Conservatives have only 330 seats out of 650 the votes of a few MPs make all the difference.

I thought that the vote would be about 330 for and about 300 against. I was surprised to read it was actually only 326 for and only 279 against. This means that 45 MPs didn’t bother to vote! I can’t help wondering why this is. I know that four MPs are with Sinn Féin (SF), meaning that they don’t take their seats, because they refuse to take an oath of allegiance to the Queen. Of course, NO ONE should have to take an oath of allegiance to the Queen! Who were the other 41 MPs who had taken the oath but couldn’t be bothered to vote? I hope to find out soon, then name and shame them.

Of course, there is a system revealed in the classic sitcom “No Job for a Lady” (starring Penelope Keith) called “Sweethearts” where pairs of MPs from opposing parties (i.e. Conservative and Labour) agree not to be in the House of Commons to vote on particular legislation where they would definitely be voting against each other, because if both of them were absent, then this wouldn’t affect the outcome of the vote. I don’t think they should even consider this arrangement for an important vote such as this, or ANY vote which could bring down the government. As this government’s majority is only 6 or 9 (depending on how you view the four Sinn Féin abstentionists and the Conservative Speaker) this means they could soon be worn down and defeated, then face a motion of no confidence, so long as all the opposition MPs keep turning up.

On the same day, the heroic and anti Thatcherite/anti neoliberal Scottish Nationalist Party (SNP) tabled a motion to amend The Queen’s Speech, pointing out that it didn’t transfer enough powers to the Scottish Parliament to opt out of the insane Thatcherite Westminster government’s policies, but this wasn’t supported by the pathetic Thatcherite blue Labour Party, who abstained.

Alex Salmond MP (SNP) comments on the Queen’s Speech 2015

Alex Salmond MP (SNP), who has said he’s eager to bring down this government and that their majority “will be eroded in months”, challenged the barking mad Conservative government’s plans to prevent Scottish MPs from voting on legislation, claiming that such a plan is against the rules of the House of Commons. The Speaker, Tory scum John Bercow, who has to at least pretend to be neutral, said he’d look into this.

Details of the day’s events are on http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/uk-politics-32993422 .