Archive for December, 2014

Although this may appear extreme, there is much within this video highly relevant to the ideology being politicised in the UK today.

Especially relating to the child paedophile ring investigations into the elite.

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We can live in hope….. for justice….. or just to be believed would be a start

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This needs to be put out there.

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Where are you God?

Well Said, the truth shall set us free.
Be faithful to truth and love and be prisoner to no one.

The lovely wibbly wobbly old lady

I’m no poet, although my feet show it…they’re Longfellows Ha Ha

I wrote this tonight in recognition of all the Indie bloggers out there who shine a light on what this government is doing.

Happy New Year to you all  X

Where are you God … ?


Where are you God?


Are you sleeping?


Can’t you hear the people weeping?


Wealth creators on zero hours


Fat cat bosses with all the powers.


No one cares about the poor


hunger and death, knocking at their door.


Disabled, sick and ill


All condemned by the government bill.


But Truth is like a lion.


There is no need to defend it.


Set it free…


and it will defend itself.


There you are God.

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Ipswich MP, Ben Gummer, Stirs up hatred of Unemployed.

This is a very active blog with lots of links.
Keep up the good work and Best Wishes for the New Year

Ipswich Unemployed Action.

Choosing Not To Work Must No Longer Be An Option

This is when Ben Gummer a few months back – there is no evidence that he changed his views since.

Apart from attempting to stir up divisions between migrant workers and  other people this is his conclusion,

Long term unemployment is falling too, but is still far too high: 740 people in Ipswich have been out of work for more than twelve months. For those that want to get a job, the amount of support they receive is now greater than ever before – in skills, in training, in interview practice and in work placements. But there is still a small number who are unwilling to make a go of it. Our benefit reforms have made it much harder for such people to choose to live on benefits – and the prime minster has promised that, should he win the…

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UK Child Sex Abuse People’s Tribunal.

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Politics and Insights


What LABOUR Achieved whilst in Government:

1. Longest period of sustained low inflation since the 60s.
2. Low mortgage rates.
3. Introduced the National Minimum Wage and raised it to £5.52 per hour.
4. Over 14,000 more police in England and Wales.
5. Cut overall crime by 32 per cent.
6. Record levels of literacy and numeracy in schools.
7. Young people achieving some of the best ever results at 14, 16, and 18.
8. Funding for every pupil in England has doubled.
9. Employment is at its highest level ever.
10. 3,700 rebuilt and significantly refurbished schools; including new and improved classrooms, laboratories and kitchens.
11. 85,000 more nurses.
12. 32,000 more doctors.
13. Brought back matrons to hospital wards.
14. Devolved power to the Scottish Parliament.
15. Devolved power to the Welsh Assembly.
16. Dads now get paternity leave of 2 weeks for the first time.
17. NHS Direct…

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Whilst people are celebrating people are suffering.

Like you Im not celebrating this year either, for one I cant afford it, and I live alone and away from my family.

Thank you and your blog/group for supporting those being bullied by the DWP in your area. Your actions bring hope that there are still courageous and compassionate individuals out there willing to stand up for those repressed and undermined and bullied by the state.

I wish you all the very best for 2015 in the hope that we can vote in a Labour Government in May, and can begin to repair our broken country which has been cruelly decimated by the Conservatives and their Fascist policies.

The poor side of life

I won’t be involved in any new year celebrations. i don’t have the money and neither can I justify it whilst people are suffering. I was walking past Ashton Under Lyne Jobcentre today. Two people stopped me. Both with the same story. They stopped my money at Christmas. I had nothing. I’ve tried to get an explanation from them but they are saying that I’m sanctioned but they won’t tell me why, they say they won’t help me. This isn’t unusual it’s an everyday event sadly. It has to stop. In light of this Im not making New Years resolutions but I feel that this government should make some. So here are some that You might think are appropriate.
The abolition of the cruel sanctioning system…. This is a cruel system and is meant to demoralise and punish the poor for being poor. We want it stopped too many people…

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Some thoughts for 2015

Kitty Jones speaks for us all.
I agree that the only way to bring some power and control back to the people of this country is to vote Labour at the election in May.
Labour has always devised policies that are generally good for the working classes, without being harmful to anyone els.
We the people need a Labour government to lead the way out of this whirl pool of misery the Tories have whipped up for us.
Thank you Kitty Jones for your tenacity and strength over the last few years. Your posts bring hope and insight into what really matters, away from the propaganda and spin of our Capitalist/ fast becoming Fascist State.

Like you I am disabled and live in fear at the prospect of surviving another 5 years of Tory Ideology.

Anyway, I wish everyone the very best wishes for 2015 in the hope that we shall all raise a glass together in celebration of our victory in May.

Politics and Insights


In a way, I think there is nothing new under the sun, when it comes to socio-political ideas. And one of the themes throughout my writing this past two years is that we need to grasp the lessons of history in order to progress. But here we are, with a government that has undone 100 years of civil rights achievements in just 4 years. One that will scrap our Human Rights Act, and withdraw from the ECHR given the opportunity – another 5 years in office. I’ve written at length on my blog site about how and why human rights arose, and why we need them. To undo the progressive international laws that were developed in response to the atrocities of world war 2, and in response to fascism, would be a terrible tragedy. Human rights are our protection from corrupt and fascistic governments.

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