We’re here to highlight that all is not as it should be with British politics. Your rights are being diminished as a citizen under the guise of it ‘being for your own good’ and ‘to protect us all from terrorism’. The majority of people in the UK did not vote in the 2010 general election. We believe that’s because they felt no party represented them. It would be great if a new party came along which represented the views of those people. The party would then be in Government. However until that happens you aren’t helping anyone by not voting – you’re only helping to guarantee the party backed by bankers and corporations will win again. The fact that so few people voted is not taken into account whatsoever.
Every time a party backed by bankers gets into power you can guarantee the rights of the people will be gradually crushed.
We can’t tell you who to vote for but we do have some advice for the non voters of 2010. Make a note of all the parties you dislike and vote for the party you dislike the least (also known as the lesser of the evils). It’s your duty to vote in order to help protect future generations.
Do these words look familiar with the things happening today?
“The best way to take control over a people and control them utterly is to take a little of their freedom at a time, to erode rights by a thousand tiny and almost imperceptible reductions. In this way, the people will not see those rights and freedoms being removed until past the point at which these changes cannot be reversed”
So far your rights have been diminished with:
- The Gagging Law (stops freedom of protest from action groups)
- The Policing Law (allows police to arrest you even if you look at them the wrong way)
- The Snooping Law (which 2 MPs are even suing the Government over as it was brought in behind closed doors without their consent!)
Today you can stand up for your rights.
Tomorrow if you stand up for the rights you thought you had they’ll brand you a terrorist and lock you away (or worse).