Tuesday, May 05, 2015

The ongoing Labour terror regime

  Re: the upcoming UK election:
  Once again «voters» will choose or may choose what they see as the lesser evil, in order to protect themselves from the perceived bigger evil. They have clearly learned nothing. Five years ago they fled from the Labour terror regime and now they return, like lemmings, like sheep, like ants without independent thought.
  With an amazing lack of logic and basic use of their faculties, they perceive the current Labour leadership as different from the previous.
  «Ed Miliband is not Tony Blair», one blind and deaf voter told me.
  I guess that is true, but he isn’t that much different either. He’s heading Labour, a party that, like the Conservatives, the Liberal Democrats and UKIP has long since shown itself to be an integrated part of the establishment, one executing its oppressive laws and administrating oppression. Labour, led by Miliband supports fracking, Trident, austerity, racism and the unending NATO/US war, among countless other bad things. But that is really incidental compared to the fact that they support and defend the current system, yet another tyranny with another name, one filled with inequality and systemic violence.
  A wise man once said that «insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results».
  What do you call people that are willingly and eagerly fooled time and time again? Is calling them mindless puppets fair or not?
  At least some of those voting Labour, and similar, in all countries claim they desire change and justice and fairness and equality, but they don’t really, which is obvious by their actions.

  In various polls Labour, The Conservative Party, the Liberal Democrats and UKIP get close to ninety percent of the votes. That means close to ninety percent of the voters are horribly wrong. It’s yet another sign of the horrible state of the UK and the world.

  My detailed article about Labour embracing the 1984 scenario as a roadmap, not as a threat:
  A record speaking for itself

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