by ragingcrip

Something big is coming from Scotland, the fall-out from the Scottish referendum is profound. After the Scottish referendum the establishment sighed with relief, but by immediately breaking their vows the Westmonster made the Scottish people fizz with rage. The result of this has been predictable, so predictable in fact that the neoliberal gits in Westmonster were unable to see it. Its going to break Britain: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/labour-faces-prospect-of-losing-more-than-30-seats-in-scotland-at-the-next-election-poll-reveals-9828786.html Looks like it could be the kick up the arse needed to break Labour. The establishment only won the referendum through scare mongering and vote rigging. The result has been coming for some time. Inspid nebbish Murphy wants to lead the Labour party in Scotland. Murphy might try, but the Tory-lite dingleberry is not going to inspire. As he says rather humbly: “We know we make mistakes. We know we’re not going to repeat them. We’re going to stand with that sense of pride and passion and we’re going to change our party and bring our country back together.” http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/oct/30/scottish-labour-snp-general-election-poll Its very stark on this map: http://wingsoverscotland.com/every-one-a-gem/#more-62761 Boring bum Murphy may have working class roots, but this Blairite speaks for the powerful: http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/oct/31/jim-murphy-can-working-class-street-fighter-save-scottish-labour Look at the dufus urging against a shift to the left: http://www.newstatesman.com/politics/2014/10/jim-murphy-rejects-blairite-label-cautions-against-shift-left He really hasn’t got a clue and could be as useless as Gordon Brown. It has snide bastard Guido Fawkes veritably salivating: http://order-order.com/2014/10/30/scottish-shadow-minister-we-are-in-a-dreadful-position/

Brilliant Serwotka understands a massive mistake has been austerity: http://leftfootforward.org/2014/10/austerity-still-wont-balance-the-books/ For their adherance to austerity and their inadequate response to the government, Labour deserve to massively lose in Scotland. In the words of Serwotka: “Austerity won’t balance the books, as George Osborne is currently finding, because the books can’t be balanced on the backs of the poor – austerity will only inflict more pain.
“Any serious economic analysis is not a necessary part of the austerity agenda. It is simply the cover for implementing a ruthless free market agenda that would not otherwise be possible. Part of achieving that agenda has necessitated shifting the debate from one about inequality, unaccountable and deregulated financial institutions to the alleged flaws in the public sector and the people who rely upon it.
“The logic is inescapable. If you concede the ground on austerity, as Labour has, then as sure as night follows day you must capitulate too on scapegoating the poorest and least electorally potent. Any political party seeking to impose austerity on the scale envisaged will seek to justify its attacks – and that inevitably leads to the demonisation of those on austerity’s receiving end.” The seriousness of the prroblem is that filthy DC has got his sums wrong, so that not even half of the austerity measures will be implemented by 2015: http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/oct/30/david-cameron-spending-cuts-claims-questioned-ifs In other words, there is some heavy heavy shit to come. Just so the bloated elite can keep their dosh everyone else has to experience misery.

The crisis of probation has dragged in grinning scum bag Junior Justice Minister Simon Hughes: http://www.politics.co.uk/news/2014/10/30/legal-action-starts-against-grayling-s-probation-sell-off When lying nebbish Hughes spouted the government line about probation it drew this response from Shadow Justic Minister Sadiq Khan: “What’s more, Chris Grayling cancelled the pilots of the scheme in his first week in the job, instead boasting to the House of Commons he prefers to ‘trust his instinct’ over hard, statistical evidence.” http://www.politics.co.uk/news/2014/10/30/legal-action-starts-against-grayling-s-probation-sell-off So, as always the government minister is sticking their hands in their ears and saying “I can’t hear you, I can’t hear you”. The only thing important to mega dimwit Grayling is the stink of money. In the neoliberal nightmare, money trumps everything else, and selling off this lucrative service would bring £450000000 a year: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/reuters/article-2812596/Britain-names-preferred-bidders-21-probation-service-contracts.html Here is the view of Probation Matters of the sell off companies: “Not only do most have little or no knowledge of our work, many have murky backgrounds, and to top it all off, information is already emerging of interesting and cosy relationships and connections that are worryingly going to give rise to thoughts of possible conflicts of interest.” http://probationmatters.blogspot.co.uk/2014/10/omnishambles-gets-bigger.html The Ministry of Justice has carried out safety tests, allegedly, but they refuse to publish the risk register: http://www.politics.co.uk/blogs/2014/10/28/officers-say-public-are-in-danger-so-why-won-t-moj-publish-i This is somewhere we have been before with the toolbox, with the evil Health and Social Care Act of 2012: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/risk-register-will-not-be-published Its an act rewed now by Tory grandees who say that it was the worst mistake made by the government: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2790785/unintelligible-gobbledygook-nhs-reforms-biggest-mistake-government-senior-tories-admit.html But of course the evil twits are wrong, for the worst mistakes are cumulative. The fuckwits have made mistake after mistake after mistake after fucking mistake after fucking mistake. Glutted by a short sighted vision the greedy idiots have run riot. The damage which these aholes have caused will cause the Tory implosion. The vast puss filled boil, created by the City of Corruption, will be lanced by the British people, its now coming to a head.