Thursday, 20 January 2011


I close my eyes to send away the mayhem in the streets
But the flame seeps through and flickers; all my defence, defeats.
The rioters sweep back and forth, throughout this English town
Where we stood at bay, in Hitler’s day: now forty shades of brown.

Our politicians hold the view that working men are mules
They have multicultured us, deciding THEY are worth OUR tools.
Our jobs all went to immigrants but now they wear a frown
And unrest is seen, on the village green, in forty shades of brown.

I wish that I could see why politicians are so dumb
What led them to believe it was OK for all to come.
As 'citizens' we school them, to recognise the Crown
But I'll wager She, was unprepared as me, for forty shades of brown.

All together now . . .

Monday, 10 January 2011


Once Grandma added an egg - now granddaughter adds alcohol.
And The Straw Man, is The Schumacher of Westminster (lighting reflexes to change direction).

In our version of Ancient Rome, we have certain given 'goods' that we no longer perceive for what they are. Adversarialism (law and politics), institutionalised learning (school), imaginary money, psychological advertising, and alcohol. My list in not exhaustive.)

Alcohol is the weft of a warped society. Ladettes are marinated in its poisonous molecule, yielding the 'Easy Meat' of the Straw Man's calculated utterance. But has alcohol been mentioned, in the recent furore? ALL MY LIFE, white, indigenous males have plied, the object of their lust with alcohol, as a 'means to an end'.

Alcohol fuels, lubricates, uplift, brings down and destroy all aspects of British 'culture', from birth to funeral. The founder of our state religion turned the WATER OF LIFE into WINE. Wine is characterised by the ALCOHOL OF DEATH. It seems our God approves this union; 'LET NO MAN PUT ASUNDER'.

Only the wisdom to inspect our 'false goods', can prevent the fall of our Rome.

Wednesday, 5 January 2011


In UK General Elections, Lords, and some law-breakers (held in prison) cannot vote. Neither can the young (under 18) but the senile, short of being sectioned, may do so, even if they no longer have any idea what a ‘vote’ is. This is the essence of universal suffrage. What is more, recent (legal) immigrants, with not a shred of our heritage or culture to their being, and speaking fewer words of English than they have bangles, may vote.

Universal Suffrage is presented as a ‘given good’; a mark of a civilised democracy, a Great British triumph – an institution. Truly we are a nation led by fools, knaves or both. I am no scholar of history, but believe that one once had to be QUALIFIED to vote. And since the result of voting, is a bunch of people charged with managing the country, competence in the voter seems eminently sensible. So how did we end up in the current mess? I think politicians were behind it.

Observation of the modern political scene, leads me to the conclusion that any unrest in the general population is measured, in Westminster, for its advantage or disadvantage to each party. I surmise that various disenfranchised groups, as each one became a ‘cause’, were given the vote, in the belief of the party in power that it could be to their advantage. (Currently they are trying to gauge if 16 year old voters are an asset. Then it will be 14.)

Over the last century, a number of experiments were carried out that showed just how tractable (dupable) the typical individual is. Advertisers rely on it. Armies depend on it. Politicians delight in it. Voters divide into loyal-unthinking, the gullible, and the despairing-aware. The voting system has been twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools. It is endlessly tinkered with but never reformed in the interests of recognisable democracy. Were this to be addressed, the first requirement would be a CERTIFICATE OF VOTING COMPETENCE.

The bulk of competent voters would be drawn from the ‘despairing aware’ above. I suspect the gullible would remain beyond retrieval and just a few un-thinkers might be ‘turned’. Surely competence must be proved in many walks of life – why not in the matter of General Election voting, to install a government? I note that such discrimination is applied to jurors, yet no court of law has taken this country to war. Ignorance and stupidity are as limiting, to the human mind, as alcohol. I don’t know if there is a law against ‘voting while drunk and incapable’ but my point is surely made?

I offer the above as a viable case against universal suffrage and as an argument for a radical change in our voting arrangements, opening the way to SPOIL PARTY GAMES.

Saturday, 1 January 2011


When they say anything at all, that has the ring of truth about it, politicians are often found saying: "I came into politics to make a difference". Personally, I hold the view that (like Bluebottle in the Goon Show) they 'WANT TO BE THE MAN' that makes a difference; they want a LEGACY and they want their name on it. This boils down to an ambition to wield power over others, for personal aggrandisement. Hence my coinage: "Politics is the art of self deceit, wrapped in the craft of deceiving others, for their own good."

In so many ways, the politician is identical to the con-man; do con-men, also, fool themselves that they are ACTUALLY honourable? What with constituency work, the party whip, and ambition to high office, all potentially at odds, the politician has little room for integrity. And now that so many are actually TRAINED to do politics, AS AN END IN ITSELF, the small matter of competence in the various offices of state, is eclipsed. So painfully self evident in recent times!

Why do Westminster MPs presume to call themselves 'HONOURABLE'? It smacks of insecurity to me. I suppose it belongs to the world of 'HIS GRACE' and 'THE VENERABLE', but are MPs not COMMONERS? Are they not supposed to be one with US? Whence comes their elevation? When the Cold War chilled us, the USSR would preface their being with 'THE PEACE LOVING PEOPLES OF', even as their menacing parades of armaments, trundled through Red Square. They too were insecure. We need a higher calibre of MP to run our lives.

When the 'COALITION OF DAVE’S SHILLING' (that Nick 'took', while being bought) finally collapses under it's own weight of infamy, let's try to see a few changes made at the next General Election. We must demand a box on the voting paper that says: 'A PLAGUE ON ALL YOUR HOUSES, AND ESPECIALLY WESTMINSTER' - I am a free agent, I WILL be counted’. We need an atmosphere of ROSETTE DENIGRATION and promotion of the INTEGRITY OF THE INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE (as urged by Martin Bell). If we are to break free from the oppressive hold that THE WESTMINSTER CITADEL exerts over us, I can see no better place to start than to: SPOILPARTYGAMES.

Good luck England.