"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Sunday, 19 July 2009

Post of The Week

I suspect this post from 13th Spitfire articulates what many of us think. I've long passed the stage where I hoped the cack-handed, bully-boy tactics of the government were due to incompetence - no-one, not even Brown, Jacquaay, Harman, Straw et al could be so incapable. Anyway, here it is in full:
"I had to trawl through the voluminous pages of a thesaurus to find words which adequately mimicked my feelings towards the government and the "establishment" with regards to this story highlighted by the ever so pertinacious Christopher Booker. The noun anger just did not tick the emotional box this time.

God forbid, this might sound strange, if a sufficient number of British bloggers became ministers in the future. They would literally, toe by toe and tooth by tooth, rip the foes of society to pieces. I say god forbid for there would be violence such is the anger contained in society today.

Again New Labour is to blame for the ills which now seemingly rain down upon us, day by day, as if they were inconsequential - a daily ritual of the British way of life where families are destroyed, crime is soaring, social services work for their own good, the government and the opposition, parliament, the establishment as created by Labour has been so indiscriminately uprooted so that society itself has become narcissistic and selfish to the core. The police, they are not the friendly Bobbies of old. They are now Left-trained thugs who see ordinary people as the enemy. A 'philanthropist' what is a philanthropist? Does anyone even know anymore?

You might have thought that I was going to analyse the story for myself to see if I could get anything sensible out of it - truth be told I am exhausted, not physically, but mentally. Every day there are more and more records, not evidence, that go to show how wrong the government of the past 12 years has been in everything! There are no bright sparks to alleviate the pain either - and if one, somehow, managed to pass through the social constructs that now permit even the slightest sheds of progress or happiness to brighten up your day, you can be quite sure that if you were to dig a little deeper that bright spark was just another placebo.

The bitterness contained in this mind is to some degree long overdue, composure should be upheld at least for the good of the language ostensibly the only thing the government has not tinkered with. Scared one becomes when looking at blogs, reading comments on news sections, but most of all when talking to normal people. The next government will not be any better be quite sure of that for they are just that as well, a placebo, 'a substance having no pharmacological effect but given merely to satisfy a patient who supposes it to be a medicine'.

Britain is the patient, we are the patients, but the Conservatives are not the medicine nor are Labour. Sadly when this general election has passed and Labour are terminated and when the next general election has passed and the Conservatives dispensed, then we will see a medicine but there wont be anymore elections, for that is the essence of what shall come and it will be far more sinister than the Labour imposed hell-hole they insist on calling 'Britain'."
The only thing I would disagree with is that our language has been left unchanged; it hasn't. It's been modified so that some words are no longer acceptable and others, meaningless cockwaffle, have been introduced so 'the Chosen' can recognise each other more readily. To change and to improve are two different things: "Change and decay in all around I see."

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