Friday, April 3, 2015

Nicola Dun Good !

As all the wimminn did but then
they ALL supported progressive
and fair anti austerity policies.

To be honest the one i most
agreed with was Natalie Bennett
says a lot on where i should decamp
to after this election .

The Fact is all the right wing media
are hyping up Nicola in the hope
this will hurt Labour numbers in the

Be a lot of the most dangerous 
woman in the United Kingdom
afterwards ,

Hardest comments to hear were
One and all Labour Policies  
 PFI, nhs privatisation  , Unfettered
immigration from Eastern Europe  
(although most reputable economists
point to population growth as the reason
for our economic growth )
Unregulated Banking which Cameron
wanted even more of Ooops !
mustn't  mention  that .

Still Nicola spoke for ALL the UK
and the majority of people who
want the end of Austerity and the
attack by the Tory Rich on the most
vulnerable in UK society.

My wish is to see the end of Austerity
and the rebirth  of a fairer decent inclusive
society which has been suppressed by
failed neo liberal economics  since 1979

 “Nothing is insoluble. Nothing is hopeless. Not while there's life.”
Alan Moore, Watchmen

“I'm ? years old. Everyday the future looks a little bit darker. But the past, even the grimy parts of it, well, it just keeps on getting brighter all the time.”
Alan Moore, Watchmen


  1. Yes. I agree.

    The fair decent policies came from the working class women.

    The rubbish policies came from 4 millionaire, public school boys grown middle aged.

    Well, I hope you find a home with the Greens, Niko.

    I'm attracted to many of their policies too, but some of the greener ones are too much for me.

    Who knows in a few years.

    One of the things I noticed over and over was English people saying they wish they could vote for one of the two Celtic women. I suggested Green to them, but I wonder why is it that if Wales and Scotland can find working class women with solid centre left policies, why, with a population of 50 million plus, couldn't England?

  2. tris

    cos the men wont let them.

    Lets hope the left win the next election
    an put the nail in the neo liberal coffin

  3. Well Niko, the left can't win.

    At best they can get 40+ seats... SNP, Plaid, Greens, but if they can go into some sort of agreement with Labour and pull them to the left, we may yet see some decency.

    There are left leaning Labour MPs... it's said that most of the new recruit candidates are against Trident...

    Who knows what can be done. It does seem like the beginning of something different. Or maybe it's not and good old Brits will, when teh push comes, just go back and vote how they always voted and accept the inevitable crushing from the banksters.