Corruption of democracy in Britain

The issue of Whitehall’s establishment of State parties is the battleground over which we must fight to regain democracy in Britain. If the Mandarins win this one, we’re irrevocably lost.

This is the conclusion in the latest excellent piece of must-read blogging by Raedwald.

6 Responses to “Corruption of democracy in Britain”

  1. 1 graham wood 01/09/2011 at 11:03 am

    ANY “State” party will mean a massive increase in the NONE OF THE ABOVE VOTE”. A State party is a contradiction in terms and entirely incompatible with a freee democratic society.

  2. 2 David 01/09/2011 at 2:37 pm

    Request to distribute this from nominadeus. Please spread the word:

    Attention please re Birkenhead Court arrests…
    Just this minute got news that Malcolm Massie – currently serving time having been wrongfully convicted of assaulting a cop during the Birkenhead event on 7th March – will be appearing at LIVERPOOL CROWN COURT! 10.30! TOMORROW at 10.30!!!! Please spread the word as far and wide as you can!!!
    [6:07:54 PM]


  3. 3 NewsBoycap 01/09/2011 at 2:56 pm


    We need an end to party politics let alone ‘state’ party’s.

  4. 4 The Gray Monk 01/09/2011 at 2:57 pm

    Welcome to 1984 Britain …

    And we’ve let them do it to us.

  5. 5 John Payne 02/09/2011 at 5:53 pm

    We claim to the world we have a democracy, well that is a blatent illusion.

    If the State can influence political parties, and we know political parties whip their MP’s to vote in Parliament along the party policy line, where does that place the orinary electorate?

    That does not equal democracy!

  6. 6 Uncle Badger 02/09/2011 at 6:51 pm

    NewsBoycap is right. It’s the subjugation of representative democracy that is the problem here. MPs (and MEPs, come to that) do not represent the wishes of their constituents – they represent the wishes of the party bosses.

    If we forbade MPs from combining, we might get something resembling the real will of the population from our government.

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