Sunday, 25 March 2012

Vote NO on 3rd May to the Tax Thieves

Predictably, the Cruddas cash for access sleaze has already led leading Lib Dems to call for tax funding of their private little club. Kelly's corrupt and distorted 'review' of the matter just repeated Hayden Phillips' deeply undemocratic and fraudulent recommendations to establish the current big three as State Parties and crush out all potential future change in Parliament. Kelly has also wasted no time in pushing his bent 'fix'. 

Well, the time has come for the NO campaign to start. We've got elections on 3rd May here. Let's get the issue onto the agenda.


11 comments:

right_writes said...

Yes Raedwald…

Vote UKIP on the 3rd May.

They might not be perfect, but they are less imperfect than the others, and currently the most threatened by the proposed nationalisation of political parties.

Anonymous said...

Right, let me get this straight. Political parties [Liebour-scum, Red Tory and dhimmitude yellows] want my money - to pay bureaucrats and advocates to aid and maintain the above slimeball's grip on power.

Irrespective of the fact, that all three scuzzball political parties support everything I hate about politics and that they're all 'on the take' idiot empty headed shills.

Yeah, sounds great, another poll tax, like the license fee - they do as they please, lie, indoctrinate and maintain their hegemony and you/me....? Well, we pick up the bill - FFS.

What is there to like?

Barnacle Bill said...

Where do I sign up?

Scrobs... said...

UKIP here Raeders.

Fed up with this lot, even though they got my vote initially, of course, to end the total disgrace of Brown, Balls etc.

End of.

Raedwald said...

Yep UKIP for me too for the assembly but I'll have to vote for Boris to keep Ken out

DeeDee99 said...

GEt the campaign rolling Raedwald. The big 3 must be prevented from appropriating taxpayers money in order to maintain their cozy consensus in British politics.

As a UKIP member and activist, I will be campaigning and voting for UKIP councillors in Mole Valley.

nataliedrest said...

If it is the same as last time Raedwald, you get two votes for the merde...

1st preference Laurence Webb

2nd preference Boris (the spider) (clown).... er...

For you are quite right... Between the funny clown (Boris), and the peculiar clown (Ken), there is no choice, and Laurence probably won't win, the media are completely ignoring him, unlike the nonentity clown (Hugh) Paddick, but he's worth a punt, as first preference.

outsider said...

There is an e-petition demanding a referendum before any further taxpayer funding of political parties. There are only a handful of signatures so far. I have added mine.

Anonymous said...

The Murdoch Empire strikes back. Politicians better be careful of any dirty little secrets they don't wish to see the light of day such as the vested interests of politicians in private medical provision.

http://socialinvestigations.blogspot.co.uk/2012/02/nhs-privatisation-compilation-of.html

DP111 said...

Vote for anyone but the LibLabCon. UKIP would be the most reasonable party to vote for, for no other reason but to give two fingers to LibLabCon.

Anonymous said...

Mr R - I was about to print your image (prior to display in my car)when horror struck. IT'S IN LIMPDUM COLOURS!!

I hate all of the three (or should it be conglomerate) LibLabCon, but reserve an additional layer of disdain and anger for the LibDems.

If I were clever enough I could probably doctor the image to change it, but that's above my computer pay grade I fear.

Can you or a cleverer reader than I am do so please.

(And this isn't just a nit-pickomg point - that lot are adept at pinching any and every advantage they can - including the UKIP proposal of 3 years ago for a basic £10,000 tax free allowance)