Friday, 10 June 2016

Government of the people by the political elite for the political elite

With apologies to Abraham Lincoln that is the government we have suffered under for many years. Have you ever seen a poor MP or MEP? No!. The expenses scandal shone a tiny shaft of light into how these people enrich themselves at our expense but now we can change the system by as Vote Leave says taking control.

Look at the Labour hierarchy. Most of them have no conception of how ordinary people live. They don't have to fight to get their children into local schools or to get their name on the housing list in competetion with recent immmigrants. For the political elite its just a gigantic game, heads they win, tails they win.

My father used to tell me a tory about children who used to throw stones at frogs for fun but as Dad said the frogs really died. Thus it is with our political elite particularly Labour. They don't have to live with the consequences of their decisions. They are safely ensconced in Islington or Hampstead where they can chatter with their fellow intellectuals  whilst troughing it at congenial dinner parties. They are now getting their come uppance. Their Labour slaves are not going to vote as told something which seems to have come as a bit of a shock to Ros Altman. Good!

The Referendum has given us plebs a chance to rebel against this political elite ruling class. John Mann, Dennis Skinner and Frank Field true Labour men from Bolsover, London andPudsey

Dennis  Skinner was a coal miner for 20 years before becoming an MP

Frank Field degree in economics at Hull then was an FE lecturer

John Mann, Bradford Grammar scholarship boy then economics at Manchester

another Labour outer is Graham Stringer, chemistry at Manchester & worked as an analytical chemist

No Oxbridge, no spads unlike Mr & Mrs Balls, Milliband 1 & 2 etc and a scientist!

So its time to take control, vote to leave the EU and kick out the Oxbridge PPE political elite. This will be our one and only chance so lets stuff it to Cameron & Osborne the posh boys who play their political games with ordinary people's lives.



2 comments:

Stephen Harness said...

A lovely thought that all politicians should have to actually work for a living before they think about getting elected. I know there are exceptions, past and present but commonsense is a hard won skill.

Eric Edmond said...

I agree with you. The Roman republic political elite could not make it to Consul until they were 42. They also did army service and court magistrates before getting real political power. BoJo knows all abou this.