7th December 2019

The General Election

It's just under a week away and I really don't know who to vote for.

If it wasn't difficult enough last time round it's even harder now (fnar).

Boris just looks a bit crazy and do we really want to carry on with the way the Tories have been for the last few years? (I'm not counting all 9 since the 2010 election was a Con-Lib Dem coalition)

Can Labour really deliver everything they say they will and where on earth will the money come from?

I mean, Jezza says we'll all have free fibre broadband by 2030, but that's assuming Labour are in more than 1 term.  And I doubt very much BT are going to be happy to give up their infrastructure without a fight.

And what of those who already have fibre via Virgin Media or other provider?  Will we get the cost of the broadband paid for by the government?

And with Labour comes Diane Abacus (she's just there to make up the numbers) and the very dodgy John McDonnell.  No thanks!

The Lib Dems are the only ones who say they will stop Brexit but they won't get a majority.  Jo Swinson's been shown to be a bit of a Belinda Bullshitter too.  

I don't want a tactical vote like the Greens or something similar as we'll still end up with a Tory government.  I've spoken before about being politically homeless, right now I'm this guy:



Religion - Huh! What is it good for?

Another item to "Re-ee-form"


 And finally...

The utter Bell Ends at Extinction Rebellion are at it again.

extinction rebellion endless consumerism

A valid point is made in the narrative.  Then what follows is a short video of a bunch of bed wetting, bad minges laying on the floor.

Yeah!  That'll learn us all and stop us from buying things all the time!

Nothing says "Help us save the planet" more than annoying people by deliberately obstructing places.  Yep, that's really going to get me on side.

Now, if you REALLY want people to take note and help maybe go and do something about it.

None of these kind of people actually go and pick up plastic waste such as bottles from beaches and take them a place for recycling.  They are professional "protestors", and I use that term very loosely.

Why aren't they leading by example?  More people will get involved and support them if they have a plan which doesn't involve lying around on the floor.  The only thing they're saving is their own shoe leather.



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