In every conceivable area the Tory machine is now creating a shambles. There are so many areas of chronic mismanagement that its now impossible to list. Whether it is the mismanagement is in such diverse areas as the non monitoring of storm drains, the use of the latest fuckwits Maximus, or the £1.7 billion EU surplus, the cumulative effect is of deterioration. One of the rare MPs I like is Andy Sawford, the MP of Corby. Mr Sawford is boggled. Here he talks fire: “I met with Corby firefighters and the FBU this week about the County Council’s plans to cut one of Corby’s two fire engines. Corby is the fastest growing town in the country and to cut the fire service down to just one engine would put people’s safety at risk.” (Sawford newsletter 29-10-14) As the government twerps remove every social gain made by the working classes since the Seventeenth Century, the rapidity of the filthy DC’s experiment will be catching everyone out. Even while they do their sordid work the dirty dirty shits are still boasting about the lowering of unemployment. One such dirty shit is Tory MP for Milton Keynes Mark Lancaster. Here the arrogant khaizer talks unemployment: “Unemployment statistics for the month of September show that claimants have continued to fall significantly for Milton Keynes North. Compared to last month there are 152 less claimants and overall there has been an encouraging 49% drop in unemployment in MK North since May 2010. Also encouraging is the consistent decline of youth unemployment, with figures for September down a further 50 on last month, thats a 60% fall over the last 4 years across my constituency. For me, this news demonstrates a continuing positive message that this government is determined to increase employment opportunities and give hard-working people an income to be able to provide for their families.” (Lancaster newsletter November 2014). Useless Labour nebbish Chuka Umana has noticed the policing cuts: The latest figures on police numbers show the reality of what the Liberal Democrats signed up to when they joined the Tory-led government: “We now have almost 23% – more than a fifth – fewer police officers in Lambeth that we did in May 2010 at the time of the last election. Long-time readers of this newsletter will know that I strongly opposed the LibDem/Conservative Governments reckless 20% cut to Police funding, and consider the decision to take such a huge amount from the budget of those who work to keep our area safe to be irresponsible.” (Umana newsletter 01-11-14). Everyone is seeing things, but the scary fact is that noone really knows the cumulative deterioration. During the period of cumulative deterioration its remarkable how silent some MPs are, but no matter how shtum they are, you know its coming now. One MP who does not refer to this at all in his newsletter is Tory ahole Sajid Javid. His email talks about everything else like the £8000000 found to spend on cathedrals: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-29788123 or talk of Cheddar cheese and Herefordshire pears: http://www.westerndailypress.co.uk/Tory-vows-phones-food/story-23018239-detail/story.html
Its totally disgusting to realise that the sharpest impact of the welfare ‘reforms’ are felt by the poorest, weakest, most marginalised people: http://www.insidehousing.co.uk/tenancies/debts-spiral-for-welfare-reform-affected-tenants/7006590.article?utm_medium=email&utm_source=Ocean+Media+&utm_campaign=4939218_IH-daily-311014-LR&dm_i=1HH2,2XV4I,FK92RM,AM3O2,1 It makes my blood boil, whenever I study the impact of the Toolbox. But speed is involved, its all happenning very fast. None of iIt actually has not been properly examined. To Jo Public the biggest fall out will be with the NHS. A bad winter and we will have a full on class war catastrophe. The NHS A+Es will not survive a harsh winter: http://falseeconomy.org.uk/blog/how-can-already-stretched-accident-and-emergency-departments-be-expected-to Its possible the mega yellow muppet Danny Alexander may be able to detect this with his fantastical state of the art meteorological device: http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/news/releases/archive/2014/new-hpc Maybe it will help filthy DC deal with the crisis in April 2015 – oh – my mistake, parliament will be disbanded by then in preperation for the GE.
The knives are only now out for the dufus Miliband: http://news.sky.com/story/1365302/milibands-approval-ratings-hit-all-time-low The shabby performance of Milibean is directly related to the speed with which UK has been changed. A notable feature is that Scotland has not been hit hard by austerity. This extends to public services, for example Westmonster controls only the English fire service (Morning Star, Sat 01 November, 3). Yet it seems as if a strong revolutionary thread is from Scotland, with cheery Mr Salmon talking of the high price Labour has paid for campaigning with the Tories: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/alex-salmond-labour-will-pay-the-price-for-a-generation-for-campaigning-with-conservatives-in-referendum-9833797.html The speed of the crisis has caught out Red Ed. But Labour are happy to keep pushing Tory policies – look at the most boring man in parliament – putz Tristram Hunt: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/labour-should-focus-on-traditional-family-values-says-tristram-hunt-9834482.html And yet there is one area which the Red arse cannot say is his fault – the rampant right wing media. In its push for UKIP rather than the Greens, it is dramatically stopping the British Lion from having a voice: But it will be irrelevant when the chips are down and there is the grim finale. As iconic OJ writes: “Farage’s millionaire-bankrolled “people’s army” has already turned British politics into a bidding war over who can kick immigrants hardest. Can the Greens at least trigger a similar shift in political debate on social and economic justice? As the old political system squirms, like Gulliver tied up by Lilliputians, this is one of many questions to be answered. But the Greens have earned reasonable media coverage, and it would be a democratic outrage to resist granting them it.” http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/nov/02/greens-are-surging-denied-coverage-ukip-obsessing-media. I think I might be going Green.
A devastating area where the establishment are just throwing people to the wolves is with the job centres. The brilliant blogs of Belgrave in this area though painful to read, are also brutal in their honesty, this frontline is appalling: http://www.katebelgrave.com/2014/11/bullying-at-jobcentres/ It is the inability of Red Ed to defend the people caught in the crisis of PIP, and Job Centre signing ons, that renders him a bloody waste of space. Its no surprise that while such atrocities are inflicted by the bloated elite, the bastards are also pushing pay-day lenders, actually saying that this parasitic industry could be beneficial to society. Here is some shameful tripe from the website Respublica: “It will examine ways in which the short-term finance sector can become a source of social good, helping consumers ‘climb the credit ladder’ through integration of the sector with the consumer credit market more widely, and show how these firms can also be part of effectively supporting those who fall into unsustainable debt.” http://politicalscrapbook.net/2014/10/tory-think-tank-report-on-social-good-of-payday-loans-sponsored-by-payday-lenders/ A rare couple who can afford a 4000% Wonga loan are the royal couple the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Actually they are having a well deserved rest right now at Balmoral, the 20000 acre estate where they can get away from the stinking poor. Well almost, as Balmoral has 50 full time staff and 50 to 100 part time staff: http://www.womansday.com.au/celebrity/royals/2014/11/the-duke-and-duchess-of-cambridge-take-a-babymoon!/ Thats right – its no wonder the Windsors love a zero hour contract: http://www.theguardian.com/money/2013/jul/30/buckingham-palace-zero-hours-contracts