The 'devious' Labour plot to overthrow the Tory Twonks and rid the UK of these political dinosaurs, remnants from some cretinaceous age can now be exposed. Finally the penny has dropped for the leader of the Twonks:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-31780935 "Speaking at an event to mark two months until polling day, Mr Cameron said: "If you thought the worst outcome in this election is a Labour government led by Ed Miliband, think again. "You could end up with a Labour government led by Ed Miliband, propped up by Alex Salmond and the Scottish National Party.... Lord Baker of Dorking says there is a "great threat" the UK could be broken up "You could end up with an alliance between the people who want to bankrupt Britain and the people who want to break up Britain."
Desperation has beset the Twonks as the panic ripples through the Tory Parties ranks. Anyone would think a comet had landed ... "The peer's words echo former Prime Minister Sir John Major's warning that the SNP would enter any deal with Labour with the "overriding aim" of "prising apart" the union."
Erm, and what about the divide and conquer polices of the last five years, private v public sectors (education & health) , rich v poor (tax reductions for the rich v benefit cuts & sanctions for the poor), have v have nots (law & order v justice) , us v them (immigration and migration), with such hypocritical statements gurgling 'prising apart the Union' ... thinks the Tory Twonks have already been doing that but failed to notice, must be that reinforced thick reptilian skin that malfunctioned their cloaking device. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iy4mXZN1Zzk :-/
Yep, the Twonks may have caught on to the North v South disparage but failed to do anything about it. Have they left it too late? With only Eight weeks to go before the General Election, that little thing called democracy where the 'people' decide, the thickety thick Twonks have resorted to the last resort of mocking the Labour Leader at every blue top opportunity:
As Ed fights back "Don't mistake my decency for weakness" ... on New Labour - did they care? : “Well, it was more with New Labour that as long as the people at the bottom are doing OK, does the gap matter? But the gap absolutely matters to me. New Labour were too sanguine about it. The Conservatives don’t care about it.” ... "Miliband defends his leadership, saying he has moved the party on from the New Labour era in other aspects as well. “On Murdoch, I’ve moved Labour on. On Syria. On inequality. On the responsibilities of the rich and powerful, and the accountability of companies and corporations. On what I call responsible capitalism, I’ve moved Labour on.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xcWOviMI6Lk
So when did the Labour & SNP plot begin to thicken, perhaps it was here: http://www.snp.org/media-centre/news/2014/sep/statement-first-minister-a...
Most certainly here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/scottish-independence/11080220/Go... "Gordon Brown is to take centre stage in the knife-edge fight to save the United Kingdom after announcing an exhausting tour across Scotland to persuade voters “change is coming” even if there is a No vote ... voters face a choice between having a stronger Scottish Parliament within the UK and separating entirely with all the risks that entails ... uncertainty over the currency, accuse the SNP of having no “Plan A” on the economy and warn Alex Salmond’s threat to default on Scotland’s share of the UK’s national debt would make the country a “hostage to fortune”.
Fighting talk indeed.
Signed and sealed? That was Alex Salmond's move : http://www.cityam.com/1417944256/alex-salmond-expected-stand-seat-uk-par... " The former First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond has confirmed plans for a return to Westminster by standing for a seat in UK parliament at next year’s general election. The Scottish politician who stood down as leader of the SNP after being defeated in the independence referendum, announced his candidacy for the constituency of Gordon in a speech in Aberdeenshire today. Salmond will contest the seat for the Scottish National Party (SNP) currently held by Lib Dem MP Sir Malcolm Bruce since 1983 until his retirement in May 2015. The move puts to rest speculation about whether Salmond would seek a return to politics in Westminster after handing over leadership of the SNP to Nicola Sturgeon"
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon has ruled out supporting a Conservative government and said it was "unlikely" the SNP would enter a formal coalition with Labour should there be a hung parliament. However, she has indicated her MPs could work with Labour on an "issue-by-issue basis".
All things being equal and erm 'fair' http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2015/mar/06/nicola-sturgeon-trident-... "
Asked explicitly if that meant the SNP could still back Labour policies without Ed Miliband promising to scrap Trident, she did not disagree, replying: “But we would not in any vote support the renewal of Trident and I can’t make that any clearer than I have already made it.”
Sturgeon also implied she now saw Trident as a stand-alone question after refusing to confirm it was a red-line issue in any future dealings with Labour. “We will never vote for the renewal of Trident; that’s a decision which will fall to be made in the next Westminster parliament. We will never vote for that,” she said, after being asked how deep that red line was.... In her maiden speech as new SNP leader last November she won jubilant cheers from delegates at the party’s annual conference by explicitly linking support for Labour with Trident, stating "think how much more we could win for Scotland from a Westminster Labour Govt. if they had to depend on SNP votes.
Indeed. Whats in a name? Have the Twonks been caught with their pants down? Is Eight the new Ten?
Is a step to the Left considered too far too soon in the global economic position of the UK? Nicola Sturgeon along with Scottish resiliance has the power to correct that.
The bottom line is, if there is a 'hung' parliament and a 'fragile coalition' formed between any of the UK parties, it would indeed be disastrous for the whole UK economy. How many General Elections does one small country need and with inward investment needed to strengthen the UK's infrastructure, any political uncertainty from a failed 'fragile coalition' would and could put the UK back in the dark ages.
On that basis, given Brown's erm 'noble intentions' and ongoing fight for the common people. Once a 'Brownite always a Brownite....' ok, mebbe not but why oh why did the Labour Party change its colors from Red, to pink and pale blue.
Once a Red always a Red .... but willing to compromise. Non regrets.
Bring it on - the sooner the Labour Leadership and the Scottish Parliament ... (wiser heads than mine) ... Ed & Nicole .... how evolutionary would that be. Devolutionary hmm theres a word.
Stoopid? :-) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvDGkveA2ME
(All in my humbly bumbly)
from one Ed to another "I hate the right wing and so does 80 to 90 percent of the world" - Eddie Izzard : pure genius :-) http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2015/03/comedian-eddie-izzard-i-hate-the-righ...
much more on Izzard to come ...