Tory MP Scandal of Patrick Mercer. Will UKIP Leader take seat instead?

Another Tory Party Scandal. Cash corruption, cons and deceit

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The Tory party have entered yet another scandal in recent week’s. This time Patrick Mercer was caught undercover exposed for ‘cash for questions’ in which he was shamed for levels of near bribery and corruption.

Being fully caught out, the Tory politician decided not to muck about and put out a strong appearance for the media, quickly admitting his mistakes and taking responsibility. This was done because their was no other way and is an attempt to look like he is playing ball or saving face, as it were. While some can respect the fact that he took responsibility instead of other drama’s including the Maria Miller scandal of dithering to resign, the Tory did so only because he was so caught out there was no going back.

The scandal now unleashes yet another damaging amount of proof that corruption is rife in a conservative UK government and can not be trusted. Politicians can always get away with it. Mercer plans to quietly return after a six month, yes MONTH return. The £65,000 earner will come back for an estimated £71,000 pay increase.

Some high-profile scandals include Maria Miller, Theresa May, George Osbourne, Jeremy Hunt, Iain Duncan Smith and Grant Shapps with an alleged affair with another Tory MP over his wife. David Cameron has also been involved in many scandals believed to be allegedly covered up. Cameron has attempted to regulate the press with all of the above ministers on his front bench, who are also his friends. Cameron has also attempted to cover up such scandal with human rights abuses, legal aid refinement and evil welfare reforms. He has a barrister brother. Only this week, his brother told him his legal aid abuses were “unfair.”

The Workers’ party? That’s us, say Tories in bid to rebrand

Now the story develops much more interestingly. Nigel Farage, leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party has “shown interest” in campaigning for the by-election for disgraced Mercer’s vacant seat.

Our advice to Farage is clear. If he does not, send another candidate to go for it. This is the time, at the height of your momentum with voters to launch a chance to go for the seat. If UKIP’s profile is high in the region then there is high chance with good campaigning that they will take the seat and represent resident’s they way they like. Farage is someone who public’s feel very connected to. But Farage will have to nail down his policies more clearly and set an agenda other than UK Immigration as its primary concern.

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In the right area of the UK, Farage would win votes. They just have to figure out where that area of the UK is, and if Farage, or some other UKIP candidate, is ready to take this challenge. The longer they dither, the most momentum they will lose. Acting fast is crucial for UKIP, a party that has no strong politicians and connected publics that require a seat in UK Parliament based on the ever conflicted and disparaged views of the electorate.

The Tories are the party always heavily involved in heavy cash pilfering scandals. They only have themselves to blame.

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St. George’s Day and it’s Great Britons

 

St.George’s Day and it’s Great Britons

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Today is St. George’s Day in England. The patron saint of Great Britain. In Britain we have national holidays called bank holidays. These are days off of work to celebrate our national heritage. A few years ago, however, the Conservative government decided that workers were getting “too many” bank holidays and they needed to cut some. In the end they decided to cut one. St. George’s Day. The celebration of England was decided not to be celebrated. Yet every other holiday was kept in tact. Yet the government are trying to bribe workers to vote for them at the next 2015 general election to retain power. They have circled around workers to support their sadistic welfare reforms which penalise the poor trying to receive help through a measly portion of state benefits.

Workers also claim benefits which the government allows without any repercussions. In 2015, the Tory government plan to obliterate the benefit state for under 25 year old’s completely by not allowing them any benefit claims, which is said to eventually be rolled out to stop everyone receiving all benefits entirely.

They also plan to privatise the NHS Health service, which means if you have no money on demand being rushed to hospital or insurance, you are likely to die.

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After this, the Conservatives, who are keeping it secret like the did before they got elected in 2010 under false pretenses, plan to stop pensioners and worker benefits. After they use them to get elected and “on their side” will then turn on them over the next five years.

So in honour of a Great Britain let us celebrate a few great Britons without any government interference or abuse. To which all these Great Brits would be thoroughly ashamed of, for ruining British identity and national heritage.

St. George was a brave Roman soldier who fought against torture of upper class abusers. He was most famous in folklore tales for slaying a Dragon as his defining moment as England’s patron saint.

Countries also celebrating St George’s Day include Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, England, Georgia, Greece, Macedonia, Romania, and Serbia. Cities include Genoa in Italy, Beirut in Lebanon, Qormi and Victoria in Malta, Moscow in Russia, Ljubljana in Slovenia, Rio de Janeiro in Brazil and many others. It is also celebrated in the old Crown of Aragon in Spain — Aragon, Catalonia, Valencia, and Majorca.

Don’t forget us in Eurovision to all mentioned above. 🙂 More on that coming over next week or so.

William Shakespeare

Celebrating his 450th birthday, England’s greatest ever playwright is the staple of British culture.

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Sir Isaac Newton

Scientist famed for theory of Gravity.

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Diana, Princess of Wales

People’s Princess shrouded in controversial death/assassination. (Allegedly.) Famous for caring nature and work with world AIDS charity

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Charles Darwin

Theorist within species and of Evolution theory.

Charles Dickens

Greatest author of literature.

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John Lennon

Peace advocate and monumental musician.

Horatio Nelson

Unconventional tactician of naval fleets, achieving sterling results.

Captain James Cook

Famous voyager in Royal Navy.

Sir Francis Drake

Sailor and tidal navigator of marinal world.

Winston Churchill

Free speech supporter and top Conservative politician.

Henry VIII

Leading British monarch.

Elizabeth I

Virgin Queen and surprise daughter of success to Henry VIII, earning Golden Age reign. Most desirable Queen.

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Media Week 2: Newspapers

Media Week : Newspapers. The Sun, The i, The Independant

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Austerity Amid Allocation

Britain has lost its AAA Credit rating at the hands of Chancellor George Osbourne. Mr. Osbourne who pledged in his election manifesto of 2010 that maintaining the AAA credit writing was practically ‘in black and white’ which now sees him labelled as “downgraded.”The i write Osbourne is “in complete denial” in regards to the economy in Britain. Osbourne’s defence was “This is a stark reminder of the debt problems built up in Britain over the last decade and a warning that we can’t run away from dealing with those problems.” At the end of the year for 2012, Britain’s estimated figures of lowering the deficit weren’t reached and increase by roughly £20 billion extra. Britain’s deficit, which has seen the rich unharmed, the poor penalised and losing benefits after Oxford/Cambridge privileged politician’s education yields them from reality, assuming all benefit claimants are “skivers” and borrowing more money, yet cutting army defence budgets as well and only focused with a personal battle over the EU in Europe, the Conservatives believe they have not harmed society nor the economy of Britain after a near three year stint claiming to remedy the mistakes Labour made they accuse them of. When George isn’t content with snorting lines of coke and ordering prostitutes from his 1980’s leisure lifestyle, today George has changed his story as The i end on quoting shadow chancellor Ed Balls stating “He used to say a downgrade would be a disaster, today he says this downgrade doesn’t matter but he is still warning a further downgrade really would be a disaster. Looks more like Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm.

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Photograph’s emerged of the identity of one of the two murderers of then child James Bulger. The tragic murder of Bulger was so extreme that both young offenders were placed into witness protection, which changes your complete identity, name and area code in society. While many are angered that this is in place for such evil people, and some in society wish to know whether the grown up murders are next door, down the road or even your boyfriend to avoid being conned into such relations, has seen pictures released online through social media outlet Twitter. While many wish to know, you cannot break the law and post photos from the Criminal Justice System as a bit of social Twit-ettiqutte. Those who revealed AND re-tweeted the pics all face legal charges and investigation. “The pictures were also circulated on Facebook. Any found guilty could faces fines or prison sentences.” The i adds

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To the Manor porn

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Comedian Jason Manford who first made headlines two years back with sex texts was revealed to have “paid £60 for web sex” according to The Sun. Containing the anonymity of the source of the kiss and tell, who was a 22 year old STRIPPER, whose job on a seedy website was to get naked for punters. “The Sun has withheld images she saved of the 40 minute romp.” Manford asked her “Are you gonna keep this a secret?”

Firstly this is not a super exclusive and just a storm in a teacup. Playing on the wife card, which is not right in any way to commit forms of adultery, the questions raised is not that of Manford, but indeed the “seedy” female young stripper attempting to cash in on someone’s misfortune based on the fact she took snaps, logged down info and planned the whole time to gather intelligence to expose Manford in one of the cheapest tabloids in Britain, which undermines its credibility to the profession, actually. This is a common practice today however, after it has been revealed that numerous student females, and some men, are forced into online ‘prostitution’ to work as cam girls on sites after David Cameron has turned them all into by increasing student fees as well as the evil cull of welfare benefits to the most needed.

Celeb spotting on cam sites is more common than you would think. I have seen numerous stars online, though they don’t know. There you go Britain. A man will keep a secret, a sleazy female, young and desperate for cash, will sell her soul and ruin someone’s life to advance her own. This is what is highly alarming for society overall. Also, it was not a “romp” as they had no actual intercourse. It is important for journalists to get their terminology correct instead of going for major headlines which expose your tawdry attempt at journalism. Stephen Moyes wrote the shabby article.

The sadness of David Cameron’s big society increased. After explaining that the strain of living in the UK would be severely catastrophic in our previous article – benefits…. We warned of impending, growing numbers of suicides. Numbers have risen including teens and a 14 year old boy previously, though one couple committed suicide from the same tree. At 24 and 31, a tragic waste of young life occurred. The female ended their seven year relationship, to which the man, 31, ended his life prompting his ex-girlfriend to use the same tree a fortnight later.

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By By Bye!

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Results of the Eastleigh by-election were an extremely useful gauging on politics for the future unbeknownst to the general public uninterested. You don’t need to be interested to understand, though that connotation is what drives people from the ‘politics private gentleman’s club’ vision. The Liberal Democrats held on to the region, with a close uprising from UKIP. They were separated by only 2,000 votes, roughly. Conservative MP and media shy candidate Maria Hutchings failed hammered into third place. Labour plodded along in fourth with a comedian as their candidate.

Lib Dems scrapped through, though maintained their dignity. Though UKIP’s increase was obvious to the general public but still a shock to Westminster who can’t fathom why they gained popularity. David Cameron labelled the UKIP (United Kingdom Independence Party) a “protest vote.” Firstly, suggesting it is a protest vote, then surely that demands you have failed you priorities at running the country to which you claim to serve the public and its society first and foremost instead of personal endeavours? Secondly, UKIP were not a protest vote. The fact that Westminster hasn’t and still ignores issues on immigration are proving deadly. Immigration is a massive issue for the country, it has been for year’s yet the country have felt they were unable to mention it in our mutli-cultural society in fear of being branded racist, abusive or indeed getting into trouble for slight mention of point due to highly politically correct mis-understanding which also highlights migrants unable to integrate into society. Feeling shut out as a minority, this is exactly why UKIP have and will again rise with the public. The UK is a democratic society which supports all faiths, gender, sexuality and religions and in hindsight, they themselves feel treated like dogs and abused by migrants who laugh in the face to sponge of the system and penalise everyone else in Britain for it. This is the feeling across Britain and is a troublesome view left un-dealt with. This is why UKIP will rise in the polls.

The UKIP candidate was a former conservative who defected. Many Conservative politicians have joined UKIP, while some UKIP’s have switched to Conservative.

Facebook of bother

A father tried to ban his thirteen year old daughter from Facebook. Facebook declined the request. “His legal bid came after she used Facebook to post sexually suggestive pictures and had sexualised contact with other men.” “Facebook said it was powerless to stop the girl using an account because she could simply create new ones under different pseudonyms and access the site from a multitude of different devices.”

Should Alarm bells not be ringing? One. Why is a 13 year old allowed to use Facebook on Facebook’s part? Two. Why is this child becoming highly sexually active online and engaged in conversations. Are we to now blame the men she chats to excuse her age?

Parenting is vital to this case. Only when it goes wrong do we intervene. You should be making sure it doesn’t get to that stage. As for Facebook, it understands its own flaws and still does nothing. The world is using Facebook in such ‘bad’ contexts that it needs to regulate but continues to fail to do so and lets everyone run riot on there posting abuse, pornographic content and cyber bullying and yet tracks your personal information to sell on to advertising companies to track you to sell you something instead. The US government need to intervene if Facebook, which it can’t, regulate its content. It has had numerous chances and founder/thief Mark Zuckerberg is only interested in abusing privacy to gain money and ruin people’s lives, yet maintains his own private details. Handy. The site is changing its strategy to a more business one instead of a social one it intended to be. Answer? Finish using it, it does nothing for you and keep minimal usage, but still talk to friends as a result only. Your best interests are not at heart.

Source: The i, Saturday

Frosty Knickers!

Saturday’s The Independent had virtually the same story from the same journalist, Nigel Morris, the deputy Political Editor, re-hash the same story across the i and the broadsheet, added with a bit more detail. Recycled news is always a joy. Though they give an affordable price for a brief read, but it is just something less of journalistic principals, overall. In saying this, as I browse through the Independent, which is a fair newspaper, it still suffers a problem. It is all text and way to blotchy for readers. I can handle a broadsheet, but all broadsheets lose out to tabloids because it is so jam packed and seemingly contrived and this is what suffers the industry.

The i is a good, short read to battle that problem for a soundbite, but it’s all a bit convoluted. Not enough of the info to back it up is presented. Yet it needs minimal text to remain a strong paper. Hire Me.

Though I did find one article by Philip Hensher. Iceland is banning porn. Should we follow?

“The world is out there and much of it thinks and lives pornographically, and is never far from a pornographic gaze. The ugly, demeaning of human beings came in through the enlightened conviction that it was no longer for politicians to control what people could say, write or depict.”

Answer? No. We should not follow this practice. One, we are independent. Two, we can handle issues credibly, with intent and necessity. It just happens to fall to the fact that politicians do not do their job, understand real people’s issues and the growing trend of porn. We’ll have more later on this, but porn is a form of release, can be healthy and encourage people to get on with their lives. Many pompous, obnoxious, stern faced politicians and people who follow a 1950’s approach to life and a “no sex please, were British” mentality don’t “live in the real world.”  By the way a year or so ago, Virgin Media and the government stuck a deal to ban certain websites from its users. Consumers pay for their internet connections, of which they are being ripped off on with pricing, and now, in a place where almost everyone has seen or is watching harmlessly for their own needs is being reprimanded for it. Does this not breach terms of service? Paying for a service and having parts instantly cut when politicians so chose it?

The Independent, Sat

Argie Bargie!

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Sunday’s story in The Sun on Argentina’s bitter battle of words for the Falklands Island to return to Argentinian territory. The Argentine”s were accused of “making stuff up” by Governour Nigel Haywood, “Argentina just makes stuff up like, “It’s a disputed territory and the UN has already said that the Islanders don’t have a right to decide.” Previously reported before, residents of the Falklands have been reported, and if true, to be happy with British law governing the Isle. Argentine president, Cristina Kirchner has been aggressively fighting for the islands to return as “Britain should hand them back.”

The answer is clear. When war occurs and territories are taken, it is then government by those country bodies, akin to colonisation. Under UK governance, the islands are not in any danger or threat and the nationalistic ideals of the president who is constantly being seen as some ranter who wants and ideal Argentina, is putting her country at risk once again with separating their society. If the Argies ever attempt to re-capture by military force, they would be highly absent minded and need to find a diplomatic approach as well as understand that the country is not under any threat and spreading propagandist theories around is a toxic charge that loses all credibility. Leave them as they are and get on with supporting the country and its residents.

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