Shocked could be a word that I could use, but I won’t. Thatcher got voted in for a second and third term in parliament despite much opposition. So then the Tory party got re elected it wasn’t so much of a shock, it felt like something had died in our country. Yes the Tories have regained their power and will no doubt use this power, unopposed by anyone to inflict the worst damage that has ever been known to the poorest in society.
I was interviewed by a local paper whilst at the election count and the reporter said to me “How would you feel if the conservatives won the election?” I said that I would feel sick, I would cry. I would not be crying for myself I would be crying for the people of this country. A country that will be systematicically destroyed and taken apart by the Tory party for the benefit of the rich. I don’t use the name that the Tory party have rebranded themselves with. The very name conservative does not suit them. The definition of the word conservative is to not like change, to be quiet. Well they are going to do exactly the opposite. We know this. They plan to dismantle this country as we know it bit by bit, piece by piece. Every single safety net that we have relied on will soon be gone. If it doesn’t benefit the rich then it will no longer exist. Make no mistake they don’t care for anyone who isn’t one of them.
My first experience of the Tory party began when Mrs thatcher came into power. Even as a child I knew that this would be bad. For the first time in my life I felt what it was like to be poor. We had holes in our shoes, filled by cardboard and had no money for anything other than to exist. If it wasn’t for my grandparents we wouldn’t have had new clothes. My father was an engineer, a trade he didn’t really like but it was a job and we depended on it. Back then we had local industry, and we depended on that industry. I was told that the Tory party were bad, they only looked out for themselves and he was right. As a result there was strikes, but as a child I knew that what they were fighting for was right. I remember arguing with my parents about this. But I always had this belief that we must stand up for what is right.
So what now? Do the people who have voted in this government again realise exactly what they have voted for? I doubt that they do. Many I suspect have read and believed the mainstream news and voted as a result of the innacurate stories in the newspapers. Here’s a list of what will most likely happen, now there is no one to stand in their way.
The snoopers charter will be passed. Say goodbye to your privacy.
The NHS will be sold. There is opposition to this and Caroline Lucas is the head of this opposition. I hope that she gets enough backing to prevent the sale of our precious NHS.
TTIP will happen. This will have vast implications on our country as a whole.
Zero hour contracts will increase. More likely they will become the norm.
The benfit sanctioning regime will become worse, if it possibly can.
Homelessness will increase massively.
No social housing will be built.
The human rights act will be scrapped.
Climate change investments will be slashed.
The BBC TV license will be scrapped and a subscription based service introduced.
Employment regulations will be slashed, they will merge regulators and cut costs.
The Tory party want to reduce seats in parliament to 600 from 650. This will be pushed through as a priority, making it difficult for another party to get into power in 2020.
There will be a referendum in Europe.
Fracking plans will go ahead.
Cameron’s majority is wafer thin and he now only has a majority of 10 very rebellious back benchers to whip. Maybe this will work in our favour….
What can we do now?
All anti austerity parties need to now join together in solidarity. We need to put aside any differences and work together. By doing this we will form a very powerful opposition indeed. We didn’t quite get it right before the election but we can do now. And the Labour Party needs to become the left wing party that it used to be. They will gain more support if they stop cosying up to austerity ideas and plans. They need to start saying no. By supporting all people again not just working people. We also need to look at the SNP and learn from them. They started as a small minority party but have grown massively.
We can survive this, and we will by joining together. If you work join a union, if you don’t join unite in the community. The Tory party will try and attack the unions as much as possible now. And whilst they haven’t acted as strongly as they should have done in the past I feel that they will start to act more strongly now. There’s strength in numbers and we need to remember that.
Always remember that a compliant society is easy to control, a non compliant society isn’t easy to control. So let’s not make this easy for them.
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23 thoughts on “Five more years of tyranny. ”
A 5 more years of tyranny may implode when the Tory wives find out properly about the flat rate state pension from April next year.
Meanwhile here are a few home truths that scotch the myths that work solves poverty and poverty is the fault of the poor.
Expanded a recent Daily Mirror article with mroe links and infor on survival tips for those threatened with starvation more and more now, with far worse to come.
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You might share widely and hope it helps folk, and helps people to help other people.
No problem! However, the attachments in Annexe 2 have not been openable and it looks like there’s been a lot of redaction on the guidance for job coaches – this will need to go another round. But you might find something of use otherwise.
Have just seen the response to an FOI request for information on the in-work conditionality trials – sanctions for low-paid workers claiming top-ups. Ashton is one of the centres in the trial, so wonder if you’ve come across people who have been affected by this late. Here’s the link for the FOI:
Thank you hold on I’ll have a look
Ok we will have done but these trials and their effects take time to come out. I will write about this as I’m sure I have encountered a chap that had been affected by this. It isn’t that far from what they normally do when you are on universal credit. Thank you
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how many more dead from cuts and greed ……
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As you’ve pointed out: “Cameron’s majority is wafer thin and he now only has a majority of 10 very rebellious back benchers to whip. Maybe this will work in our favour….” This will work in our favour because Cameron won’t be able to have it all his own way that’s for sure.
On the plus side, no more Mcvile. At least not for the time being, anyway. Although knowing this lot, I wouldn’t put it past them to make her a Baroness and parachute her into the House of Lords.
I reckon that’s the plan….. Just what does she have on them to get put in such positions of power with no qualifications?
The very definition of Tory is from the Irish word for brigand or thief.
Says it all real doesn’t it. I bet that’s why they had a name change and rebranded themselves “conservatives”
We can only hope there is a New Labour coup dragging them further to the right and oblivion – from the ashes the Labour movement will rise again.
Maybe that’s already happening… There’s talk of them wanting another blairite in power.
I agree with your thoughts,but on the bright side? IDS can’t blame anybody else fot the walking cluster £uck also known as UC,eventually the bogus so called “Rise” in employment will be exposed and all those that were bullshitted into self employment? sadly will be found to actually not be employed,the WP/CWP/MWA will implode and at least the Morons that started all these idiotic programmes will have to finally take the blame for being the parasites that they are!
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Our thoughts, exactly,