Scottish Independence: Why a No vote may favour moreso than neglect a notion of political freedom

Scotland’s future. Can it be gambled away on

a whim over disengaged politics?

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The upcoming Scottish Independence referendum is an interesting piece of research as it is political uprising.

Younger voters are most likely to select Yes in favour of an Independent nation whilst elder voters opt towards a No unity to remain as one with the United Kingdom. In the UK, however, this is the opposite with young and elder voters. Yes means to go it alone independently and leave the UK. No however is to remain as part of a sovereign state with the UK. Both have negative outcomes either way. Whilst the majority of Scotland are being convinced Yes will be leading to a new era of Scottish spoils as the No vote is the same old nothingness, voters are as much confused as frustrated.

So there are two choices. abandon the UK or abandon Scotland.

As ever, FalseFabs will always give a two sided fair response to an argument.

Though this does not suggest an improved, clever or structural unity, pulling Scotland away decreases any influence it hopes to have in any effective debate with any nation of the world. Initiated by nationalist pride and smear slingers Alex Salmond and First Minister Nicola Sturdgeon, the Yes voters fail to acknowledge the problem on the horizon. Whose Scotland will this be, say a Yes vote is returned? No, it wont be the ruggish, thugish and loudly cheering mob mentality of Scots. Understand how it works, because the politicians will put you in place as soon as they get their grip on you. This Scotland belongs to Salmond and his eventual successor Sturdgeon. It will never be ‘your’ Scotland.

Framed with seemingly clever national fever and using the politics of Westminster to scaremonger voters desperately calling for change shant benefit the country as a whole. Over the last four years, the UK has been obliterated by the evil politics of David Cameron. He’ll be voted out in 2015, anyway. Personal policies and PR strategising for a totalitarian England has encouraged Scots to do something about it, because politicians down south can be excused of crimes and immoral acts, including recent fraudulent money grabber Maria Miller. Disengaged politically and nationally, Scotland however have misunderstood what is largely at stake. This is a one time deal. Once Salmond gets his hands on Scotland, he will do a David Cameron and penalise the poor, boost the rich corporations (which were also uncovered as corrupt by journalists including the BBC) and carefully craft Scotland for his own personal ego. Salmond wants the opportunity to put his name to being some kind of leader of Scotland for the history books. With no outlook or rationale for a future, Salmond proposes such idea on an empty whim. Full of empty answers and no definitive answer, Salmond avoids every question put to him for potential rainy days in Indy Scotland. So picture the scene. Tomorrow I feel like putting a swimming pool on an aircraft. Next week I want to give out £5 Scottish notes to everyone for free. Over coming months I shall attempt to build a zoo with at least one rare animal of each species in the world. Dream on. This lunacy makes a laughing stock of Scotland, something it has never been seen as before and has always been highly respected by the UK. Now, with Salmond’s attempt at smears, has turned that opinion around to make out the UK are neglectful. Because Salmond has failed to stand up as a politician IN Westminster and never adopt a policy as a strong MP to rivals opinions, which is his job, he wants to run with his tail between his legs and set up his own offshore account. I can see the autobiography now. Alex Salmond: How to build a country.

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As previous Scots have confided in me, who remain anonymous due to abusive backlashes, claim that Scotland is foolish to go independent for a few reasons more than any others. They include that “all Scotland has is Balmoral and that’s The Queen’s home.” Others include being called “Scotchland” with a negative drinking culture and also sufferers of domestic violence.

This has led me to now share a public and private story to explain to defiant or angry Scots who want to simply argue against for invalid reason than listen to a sensible debate on both sides to lead to an informed choice at the ballot box. This is a real story involving a dear best friend. For years this mother was suffering domestic abuse and violence on a regular, mostly daily basis. Her alcoholic husband continued to physically assault her everyday. She was accused of sleeping around, only after her husband’s money and verbally valued as worthless. Her only comfort was going online to chat and play communal games in a community with friends for a few hours. She was also abused for using the computer away from him, based in their kitchen. Using the internet for good, eventually after a few years she finally met someone who valued her. When the time came he managed to help her escape to his home south in the UK. They had a loving relationship classed as soul mates. Sadly, over a few months she suddenly died while on holiday with him. She died of Heart Failure.  The point of this is to also highlight that leaving the UK means there is no chance of escapism, or even finding someone you care for or to live a fulfilled life with should a Yes vote arrive. Where else would you go?

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Leaving the UK means you cannot have it both ways. If you leave then you are ‘on your own’ effectively. After years of guidance and support as party of the homeland country respected, you cannot assume you can have all the fruits of the labour. Leaving the UK is a snub and with it comes consequences. Financially, economically, politically and social issues are key area’s which will change. This is not being nasty, it is a general way of daily routine. You don’t pay (in theory) for other countries you do not live in. Already planning to charge English students attending Scottish Universities yet free for Scots and migrants, Scotland cannot possibly think that tit wont come without tat.

Whilst political and royal interests may be at large for affecting Scotland’s way forward, the UK as well as FalseFabs like and get along with Scots. This, however is not going to keep keen interests with bullish Yes voters assaulting others for a debatable opinion in a democratic society. Such vigilance also does Scotland a huge disservice in public perception making lines ever more blurred with communities. After feeling many hands were given to Scotland as equal and loved citizens no one can blame some Englanders for suggesting they “can go if they wish to run away”. Who wants a Scotland independently shining as a state with egg throwing aggressors capable of stronger violence on its streets when once regarded as a fairly stable society?

Even should a Yes vote be returned, Scotland will have a negative opinion and offer no clarity when it attempts to intervene in diplomatic or political means. This alone will show up the nation and the world will only use Scotland as a bargaining tool to show off to other countries whilst ripping the country off with high investment returns to foreign investment deals. All the while, there will be no return for Scotland. Unsure or Yes voters not entirely convinced can vote No. What’s the worst that can happen? A Yes decision now isolates Scotland forever. A No vote means for now you can stay united, but eventually a debate can be called once more later down the line for a referendum if required. As we have always learnt from political decisions with clouded information to a vote where hasty choices rushed into never make for a good outcome.

Scotland’s reputation will be seen as childish, petty and unimportant. This will isolate and close many more doors than opening them. Shutting yourself off and running away is never a good option for any country. Once isolated, you are also at risk of many other problems. With political you have no influence and are viewed as a spare when required. In society you shall become even poorer and the politicians will have ‘no choice’ but to raise taxes, costing you even more. In economic terms, and with a projection that in 20 years or less one third of the workforce are to be replaced by robots, means you may have no job and rely on state handouts, even if the welfare state is destroyed, continuing levels of poverty for generations. As a worldly affair, you are inconsistent and not a key player in any aspect. By trying to ‘get a voice’ you will be losing it instead. Does that really suggest the confusing notion of Independence or mild manipulation to an aspired, yet empty illusion for Government power to control? The only way to have a voice and be heard is to be involved in the community as a part of it.

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You are free to vote however you like, but many are asking for a rational choice, not a quickly spun jump up and down moment that disrupts a lifetime. We would hope that Scotland remains with the UK. No matter how hard society gets, it is then up to politicians to act on your interests. When they fail it is up to society to take control. However, it should and can never be controlled by public anarchy, as no influence will be attained. Favouring a No vote makes Scotland keep its voice. It’s then up to Scotland to better interact in matters that change society for the better as a communal audience. As we added previously regarding the European Union leaving debate, (https://falsefabs.wordpress.com/2014/04/06/the-eu-deabte-in-or-out/) running away instead of dealing with the problems or concerns at hand IN the hub of the atmosphere offers no weight to your argument and becomes infeasibly weak. To gain a voice you must fight diplomatically as a union than outside. As a nation state, no one is ever listened to when they become an outsider.

Scotland, which in 2013 applied to be a contestant at the Eurovision Song Contest, were rejected because they were a part of the UK. Some say this is another reason and final straw for going it alone. Is it that infeasible to gamble a country away because it couldn’t wait to hear Europe say ‘nul points’ to Lulu, Bonnie Tyler or The Thompson Twins?

No matter how keen to dismantle the state, we cannot simply get out a pneumatic drill and piece apart the Scottish part of the UK border and then drift it out to sea to float on its lonesome. This puts into perspective this entire vote.

It is also interesting to note that while Scottish leaders called for this vote, either a Yes or No doesn’t count as legitimate. In order to hold the referendum, even if they are of Scottish nationality, needs to be passed by all UK politicians in Westminster to allow a referendum which only Scottish citizens can then vote for. This means the vote is not even legitimate and on some level possibly illegal.

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Scottish Yes campaigner and politician Jim Murphy was unnecessarily pelted with eggs from hard-boiled Yes voters, unprovoked at a speech. Earlier in the year, Celebrities, Musicians and Authors were verbally abused for having a No opinion on Scotland’s future. Most notable cases included Harry Potter Novelist J.K. Rowling, who is Scottish, hounded by trolls on Twitter over the matter. Sir Alex Ferguson, John Barrowman, Susan Boyle, Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Sean Connery, Mike Myers, Emma Thompson, David Bowie, Andy Murray and Annie Lennox are just some of many names agreeable to upholding a United Kingdom from Scottish citizens than breaking away instead.

Some Key words to summarise the pull-away vote – No, Voice, Infesible, Poor, Outsider, Nationalist, Run Away, Corruption, Robots, Isolated, Eurovision, Diplomacy.

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Nil Points? The Eurovision Song Contest 2014

It’s May and the up and coming extravaganza that is the Eurovision song contest is fastly approaching. Previous years have seen the United Kingdom suffer at the hands of a controlling Europe in the very contest. A Europe that has neglected one of the big 5 and a heavy country who supports the European spectrum fruitfully when in need. Often treated badly and used as a measure of discontent through the political field of the song contest itself, are Europe actually casting away one of its biggest achievements and success stories to the strength of the contest?

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We are all fully aware the contest is anything but based on musical talent. The UK does vote on its song entries alone. The national parade to protect neighbouring borders is actually damaging trade, economic or stable relations with other countries.

In the case of the United Kingdom, many countries have often politically tried to damage the UK reputation through Eurovision. The now laughable contest is something that has lost all respect by everyone in it and has no actual basis for developing healthy relations to other countries as intended. The UK are often on Nil Points or barely make it past 100 points to double figures. This political statement that Europe never tire of, is actually becoming quite tedious and predictable now. At least you could do it in a more cleverly planned construction to seem less rigged.

2013 winner for Denmark, Emillie de Forest.

2013 winner for Denmark, Emmelie de Forest.

Regardless of this, Europe have often forgotten that it is the UK who have helped support nations in need. Greece, Ireland and others have needed financial support at the highest of level to which the UK has been one of the strongest donators. With the two latter, the UK has given huge bailouts in the banking crisis of the EU monetary fund. Yet, there have never been any, let alone 8, 10 or 12 points returned. If Europe continues to forget this, it should remember, any of their countries can crash at any time. The UK will always be one of the first to help bail you out. Don’t forget or take this for granted, because this is one of many reasons forcing the UK to begin politically abandoning the EU.

With an EU referendum approaching the UK and a chance to leave Europe looking debatably positive in certain areas, Europe could lose one of its biggest contributors. Losing the UK’s financial backing despite upset towards the nation would not be healthy.

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We also donate tons of international aid, food, and support to ‘developing countries’ to tide them over. It is about time to forget neglecting your sources of income, support and propped up stability or else you will soon wallow in your debts. This isn’t being nasty, let us clarify. This is common sense and you have to work with wealthy nations to support you even if you dislike them. The job of a politician is to diplomatically interact with other nations and show signs of grace, good nature or gratitude to keep two disagreeing areas of the world in tact. No. We do not endorse the UK Conservatives often classed as the “Nasty Party” for further clarification. Though the contest is political in voting, we are not their political support system.

Let us not forget the UK has won the contest a number of times. With five wins, just like Sweden, in different decades, it would be a very supportive sign of gratitude to re-establish voting communications. You cannot simply erase history of the contest even if you desire it so. The UK is also one of the big 4 now 5 as high contributors to the EBU with France, Germany, Spain and the 2011 return of Italy.

Yes, the UK have, on occasion put in a couple of horrible entries and deserved low points. We accept that. But doing so constantly is not beneficial. Plus most of the countries that have won were just as bad sometimes, along with high scorers that could not be understood through shrieking and the like.

1997 UK winners, Katrina and the Waves.

1997 UK winners, Katrina and the Waves.

Don’t judge us on David Cameron and his nasty values. The UK itself is a supportive nation with aid, finance, donations and with asylum and immigration.

This year needs to show a turn around in the way Europe ‘play’s ball’ with its processes.

The UK has been deserving enough of a win, possibly even two. Maybe Europe can show their charismatic and caring nature for the ‘love of Eurovision’ ideology and gracefully reward so. With strong enough entries to gain a conceivable win, Europe can follow suit and look less abusive.

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Maybe a 2016 or 2017 win would be a measure to stop the ill feeling and bring nations further together. Or 2018 if we, hopefully, and I believe most likely, to remain in the EU. Signs of good faith can only help support this and in the run up to the show voting, the numbers and significance should increase to show positive change.

Over the years, the UK has helped support many in a number of ways. France, Germany, Spain, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Ukraine, Hungary, Malta, Turkey, Poland, Denmark, Czech Republic, Bosnia, Macedonia, Ireland, San Marino, Greece, Switzerland, Croatia, Cyprus, Romania, Bulgaria and even Russia. That’s a big bag of votes already. And don’t be giving us the pathetic and measly 1, 2 or 3 votes, either. We’re talking in the 4s up to 7s at least.

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The most points the UK has given as its top 5 is to Ireland with a record 240. Second is Sweden, third Germany, fourth Switzerland and fifth Denmark. So a contribution returned over consistent years from all is also welcomed.

Cyprus, Poland, Georgia, Israel, Latvia, Monaco and Portugal have also benefited from points or tourist support. We have been strong supporters of a lot of countries on paper, so the votes reflecting good communications would re-establish that faith. We would appreciate such kind gestures.

Austria, Belgium and France have given the most as have Ireland and Switzerland, but lately those numbers have decreased in value so please re-distribute higher up the scale, if you don’t mind.

Lithuania’s Donny Montell was also another favourite we liked highly.

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Turkey was one of the countries who left due reasons which included the big four/five. It is upsetting that this happened, as we in Britain have strong connections with Turkey, residents, tourism in both countries and always give high points to them. If they do return it would be a good way to re-establish communication. As for the big five, they have earned their place regardless of the voting and we cannot be upset with them for this. This also stabilises connections with all of Europe, even those not involved in the five.

Despite the conflict from Russia and Ukraine, points from both would be respected. From Russia’s perspective, we have praised Putin and the Federation quite some time ago over its handling of World Affairs including Edward Snowden with a positive and honest stance of reporting. We would welcome your support at Eurovision. Thank You.

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Borgen star, Nikolaj Koppel (centre) will help the hosting festivities in Copenhagen. A good choice.

Let’s not allow political interference to completely mar the show or the contest. Let’s remember to try and have fun for everyone, as much as possible and recognise the connection it brings for Europe as first established upon its beginning. We don’t have to fully like every countries policies or ways of living, but at least we can show a bond of unity at the contest and gracefully smile and nod and accept everyone for their participation in a charismatic way. If this fails, then no-one will ever get ‘their way’ at Eurovision, which is also not what the contest was about. It is impossible to win numerous times with a level of countries involved being so immense. Only one can win.

We cannot fully change the political involvement of voting, but we can put aside ideals and contain communications on a stable level which is what the Eurovision Contest has become in the understanding of other countries. Keeping relations smooth, there is high chance it will turn around a country or countries opinion on a world wide level as well. That can only ever be a good win to take away from Eurovision itself.

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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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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.

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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.

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Famous voyager in Royal Navy.

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Sailor and tidal navigator of marinal world.

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Free speech supporter and top Conservative politician.

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Leading British monarch.

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

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Week 3 stems from the above two papers.

PAPPA THE RAPPER!

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This weeks story in the tabloids could not be avoided. The curious case of Justin Bieber. A sensitive issue with fans if ever there was one. On Monday the teen heartthrob failed to show up for a concert at the O2 Arena leaving paying fans in utter distress. Even young children were in tears as others were dumbstruck for two hours. Various radio and news reports claimed Biebs was having some friend chicken at a restaurant. One father expressed on BBC News “We were fans of Justin Bieber. We loved him, now we hate him!” While passing fickle fans another added elsewhere they were OK with waiting two hours for him and tolerated the delay in favour of their baby. Later on in the week, Bieber collapsed and was rushed to a London hospital, where he allegedly in The Sun, screamed at minders and his music team who got the wrong equipment with his grown up toys. On Friday, the Canadian megastar launched himself at a photographer who took a photo outside his car. Bieber jumped out of the car he just clambered into screaming “I’ll beat the f*** out of you!” One photographer told the pop star to “f*** off back to America” where Canadian Bieber flipped. Perhaps misunderstood or intentional, this sent Justin over the edge, restrained by security. Another pap reminded such action could be classed as assault. Justin apologised after on Twitter to his fans and even sent a racy snap from his hospital bed, smiling, glaring into the camera topless and showing off the hemline of his pants.

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Back in the day when a papparazzo is almost floored they used to understand it was a sign to back off and they did so. Nowadays pap’s need to “get that shot” which puts the money on the table and they have no reservations in how to ethically achieve it, instead being aggressive or invasive as a result. Pap’s need to learn to behave themselves instead of taunting others also. As for Bieber there is no excuse for the attack, possibly provoked. The 19 year old may have mis-understood the phrase and assumed his Canadian heritage was being mocked, however was being asked to go back to America of which he has cracked superstardom of. Never call American’s Canadians and vice versa, just like with Australian’s and New Zealand natives. They become extremely aggressive. One question is that of the music industry and suggest they should support the star. Some have argued that Bieber’s mini meltdown is the start of problems to continue. Others claim the “diva’s” partying caught up with him and took effect. Whatever the case, both sides have to learn to remove themselves from causing literal tension with provocation. Reporting on it is fine, but encouraging behaviour on both parts is extremely unprofessional and plain pathetic.

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CLEGG CLOWN

Thursday’s The Sun had a snippet where “One Justin who will not let kids down” in the form of Mr.Tumble. Don’t be confused as this was not Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg in disguise.

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HEALTH BOSS POCKETS BONUS DEFENCE FROM TORY LEADER

Cunning Conservative leader David Cameron has blamed opposition party Labour and Heath Secretary Andy Burnham for Sir David Nicholson, the man behind the NHS receiving tons of bonuses for the massive numbers of hospital deaths which occurred under Nicholson’s management. Labour stated Sir David should be “sacked immediately.” David Cameron once again senselessly attacked Labour for the blunder and again protected rich fat cat Nicholson, who claims to have done nothing wrong and takes no responsibility. Labour responded of Cameron trying to “politicise a huge tragedy” for personal gain. All David Cameron can ever do is blame Labour for every mistake the Conservatives are causing in their almost three of five year term in government of which they pledged to rectify problems, which has since seen Cameron obliterate the poor on benefits cutting their minimal money, threatening to remove them from welfare for up to three years and plan a tax decrease for the wealthy, including millionaires and bankers who gain ludicrous 100% bonuses for the coming budget statement due in a couple of weeks.

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LEADER OF UK BECOMES SPORADIC JOURNALIST

Dave also wrote an article in the Sunday Telegraph last week and has mentioned Prince William’s 21st birthday security failings. The man who had a background in media before being elected to lead the Conservatives, also agreed with William Hague, Foreign Secretary, that Britain will be deploying minimal levels of armour and vehicles to Syrian rebels after China and Russia deployed military defences to the President’s side. Hague, who didn’t think twice about sending support along with the already cut defence budget in Britain, and as Cameron announced over the Mali intervention in terror wars “for decades to come” of which Cameron sparked for Britain with idealistic, thoughtless deployment, as a moral obligation.

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ARMOR AID FOR SYRIA

While a moral obligation is there to help “more than 70,000 have been killed since the uprising of President Bashar al-Assad began in 2011” and as the only country that really supports almost every country in need of aid in some form in Europe, Great Britain cannot keep intervening into other people’s ‘wars’. If so, then the rest of Europe need to band together, but won’t because the world has become segregated into fear to ‘stick to their own’. Remember when the UN and all that war thing happened and nations would bail out one another if some country was under attack? Come on Dave, you remember your privileged Ox-bridge education on history lessons now, don’t you?

TOTAL ECLIPSE OF EU HEART

Bonnie Tyler has been announced as the entry for the 2013 Eurovision entry for the United Kingdom. With David Cameron’s personal idealisation on the EU, will we manage to beat nil points? Perhaps Europe will be gracious to give us enough points to make a point? Maybe we will get the number exact for how many European members Cameron got a no from? Now that, on Europe’s part, would be cleverer than nil points or near the bottom of leader boards. 61 year old Bonnie added “I’m very successful all over Europe. I think that will stand me in good stead.” The final of the contest takes place at Malmo, Sweden in May. Alternatively, you could start giving some points to make it seem less rigged.

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BENEFITS BLITZ FOR MIGRANTS OR BRITONS?

Back to benefits in more detail. Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan-Smith claimed the handouts were facing a “crisis” as migrants are flocking to Britain to claim handouts specifically. Is this the excuse for cutting the benefits system from the poor or just an excuse to cut everything for everyone? Regardless of the answer, the poorest in Britain are suffering yet the rich are not paying or contributing anything to society. When the poorest who have no money cannot pay for anything how do you expect to keep things in the country moving? You have to take a sum from the rich, who it won’t affect fully and are contributing to the country to stabilise its future economy. David Cameron earns a whopping £142,500 a year, plus bonuses. (Source: Wikipedia)

Interestingly this information over the last week has miraculously been edited out from Wikipedia.

“The UK Prime Minister receives £142,500 per annum as salary for being Prime Minster. He is also a sitting MP and thus receives and additional salary of £65,737.” (Source:Answers.co.uk)

This is a man who is cutting Human Rights and seeking laws to legally track all your browsing history and details online to snoop your emails and information to collect from internet providers. Legal hacking, anyone?

Cameron also promised Indian’s on a tour of the country a fortnight ago they could come and live in the UK if they graduate and earn a job over £20,000. The UK has scores of unemployment increasing, including students now paying a hefty triple fees price tag set by David Cameron himself, with input from Business Secretary Vince Cable of the Liberal Democrats. Cam also went to poor nation Africa and pledged to send them aid rather than focus on his own struggling citizens he is supposed to be representing living in poor conditions for the UK even though not as poor as Africa, granted, the country at home is your main priority. No?

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Guardian shielding elitism?

I also bought Friday’s edition of The Guardian, in store, however, could not find one story of interest, nor one that wasn’t completely full of blocks of text that should be readable and has a high level of “broadsheet” expectancy. As mentioned last week I can handle a broadsheet in contrast to a tabloid, but these are just many problems papers are facing, the Berliner size format allowing for more text and a strongly higher than’high-brow’ editorial is becoming problematic and needs either modifying by editors or inclusion of ‘lower brow’ writers the paper would probably class me into.

Three months ago in a passing comment a journalist who works for the Daily Mail mentioned in a mocking manner “Another debate piece in The Guardian? “How to take these comments will be your choice as with mine above, however, its needs addressing and mine are clearly advice, should you wish to get a heads up. If you want a piece on something as well, I’m available. Thanks.

 

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