A plague on all their houses

Over on Guido Fawkes’ blog there is a photo from the Once-Were-Conservatives party conference, reproduced here…


Oh how my sides split. Sure, it’s a harmless piece of in-house humour for the drones who run CCHQ. But I couldn’t help thinking, if only the Conservative MPs put so much effort and attention to detail into listening to what the British public want and actually representing our views in the House of Commons, instead of getting elected then doing whatever they are told in the hope of securing a government job from David Cameron.

The joke is on us. It is the very people who are betrayed by the self serving political elite in all three parties, who ignore reality that what matters to us doesn’t matter to the political class and will therefore be ignored, yet still go out to vote and elect these troughing swine. Once in the House the MPs’ ears are turned off and their eyes focus on personal ambitions.

This is why we are promised referenda that are then withdrawn. This is why we are promised change that never materialises. This is why, despite the majority wanting the UK to be politically and legally sovereign again this insipid coalition of social democrats continues to agree to continuing offshoring of law making power and political control to the EU.

Labour, Conservatives, Lib Dems – they are all the same. We are all left dissatisfied with them but still allow them to play their power games at the expense of our freedoms and our very sovereignty. When will this mass sleepwalk end and people wake up to the reality that our democracy is an illusion? A plague on all their houses.

4 Responses to “A plague on all their houses”


  1. 1 WitteringsfromWitney 04/10/2010 at 9:49 am

    Perhaps the time has come, as proposed by GV on Calling England, that what is needed is our feet out on our streets.

    That day is not as far away as some may believe!

  2. 2 jameshigham 04/10/2010 at 2:02 pm

    The joke is on us. It is the very people who are betrayed by the self serving political elite in all three parties, who ignore reality that what matters to us doesn’t matter to the political class and will therefore be ignored, yet still go out to vote and elect these troughing swine. Once in the House the MPs’ ears are turned off and their eyes focus on personal ambitions.

    Hee hee – you just have that turn of phrase, AM.

  3. 3 Derek Reynolds 04/10/2010 at 3:23 pm

    Now there’s an idea. Imagine everyone simply walking the streets to their local town hall and standing in silence for a few minutes or more, blocking roads and access. Then dissipating. Whilst standing, they may hum, they may chant, they may boo, or just stand.

    What’s the odds it will create a curfew, or be met with batons and masked riot gear against OAP’s, mothers with siblings, and me.

  4. 4 kenomeat 04/10/2010 at 10:23 pm

    The great disappointment is that eurosceptic MPs, MEPs and Lords such as Bill Cash, Peter Lilley, Douglas Carswell, Dan Hannan and Lord Tebbit, plus many more, are not constantly banging on Cameron’s door and demanding a referendum, or at least a truly eurosceptic agenda, or else face a possible leadership challenge. The issue of our membership of the EU is even more important than the need for party loyalty and the reduction of the deficit.


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