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Friday, 6 March 2015

If you believe things have to get worse before they get better, vote UKIP

Private Eye Issue 1377

I think we are all more or less radicalised, if by radicalised you mean "Aware that voting will do nothing to improve things or solve problems in the short to medium term."

Democracy is like being asked the question "How can you stay alive?"

a) Kill myself.

b) Jump off a cliff.

c) Shoot myself in the head.

d) Drink poison.

And that is all the options you have to answer the question.

I am only voting because I know doing that would make things worse, and I know things have to get worse before they get better.

http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2015/03/why-i-am-not-democrat.html

2 comments:

Jay Lee said...

Things ARE going to get a lot worse IMO. The UK is paying £50billion a year JUST on the INTEREST on the national debt, which is growing by half a trillion every parliament. A tsunami of anger is going to wash over Europe. I'm looking forward to it. According to various economic blogs I've been following, first it'll be deflation (which we're in at present), and then hyperinflation (which is the libtard endgame). Nigel and his UKIP team are decent enough people worth voting for, their only crime IMO is naivity. They don't appreciate the magnitude of EVIL which all decent patriots in this country are up against.

Claire Khaw said...

After usury is abolished we can default on our debts.