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Piers BS: Rory Bremner (54* d) RE: BS: Rory Bremner 13 Apr 05


I get the feeling from his postings that Piers is still quite young, therefore has not shared the same experiences that most of the other posters here have. Ooh, fighting talk.

The thing is you assume that all the shit that happended with the Tories in power (some of it, like the recession - hence unemployment, they can't have done anything about) wouldn't of happened with Labour in power, I think it would of happened anyway. And if Labour are against all of those things, why haven't they repealed that anti-union acts, CJB etc, etc?

If anybody was put in charge of a large organisation that needed to borrow money and tread the fine line of taxation and not wanting to be usurped at the next oppotunity or having every investor take their money out of the country, they would have to play the game. BTW, you should trying getting unemployment benefit now.

I'm quite confident in my refusal to vote for something I don't want, and I hope that others who realise the futility of voting for the capitalist party again would do the same and not worry too much about the smokescreen of the democratic decision about who adminsters the state that obscures the fact that power over our lives and over our environment is concentrated in that hands of an unelected few.

Anyway, you can rest assured that it would take something bloody spectacular to unseat the Tories out of my constituency, they have historically had a massive majority and the opposition candidates seemed resigned to the fact that they are on the suicide crawl until they get offered a better seat. And we should be discussing Rory Bremner . . . sorry Ake.


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