Monday, 8 June 2009

Democracy Still Alive, Just, In Brown's Britain

Why Do You Never See Nick Griffin And Ed Balls In The Same Room?

Despite the gerrymandering with electoral borders, and the postal voting scandals such as at the Glenrotten by-election, democracy is still just about alive and kicking.

The voters have given their verdict on McBroon, and it's not a pretty sight. Labour beaten in Wales for the first time since the First World War! Two BNP MEPs!!

I don't care for the BNP, but they are a legitimately set up political party, they fought their campaign by the rules, and they have persuaded sufficient people of their merits that they now have representation at the EUSSR talking shop. What they can achieve remains to be seen, but I am delighted that this sends a very very clear message to the mainstream parties and their political elite, that the ordinary working class are no longer to be taken for granted.

The Penguin


DaveP said...

Could not have put it better myself. This is a warning to the main parties TO LISTEN to the ordinary people.

Dark Lochnagar said...

I agree 100% Ranter. You hear the platitudes from these cunts that we elected about not voting for the BNP but obviously some of their policies have gelled with some of the electorate.