When is a democracy not a democracy? When it’s in Britain

When is a democracy not a democracy? When it’s in Britain

Street Democracy writes: 

The Tories political architecture, is a vicious art built by disconnected policy makers with an insatable appetite for commanding politics and generate a miserable onslaught from the word go for those who are not wealthy. 

Has it ever been different with any other political landscape?

Governmental officials are nothing more than legalised prying trespassing authors who invade into our lives and not for our best interest but only for theirs. Everytime we vote we empower figures of fiends who’s answers sovle little if anything at all.

Is there going to be any difference this time round? Or are we hearing the same jargon, just a different face, time and place, but the same evil in print to keep the wealthy rich and to demonise the rest of society?

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By Debbie Simmons

When is a democracy not a democracy? When it’s in Britain

 

‘Imagine a country where the views of well over half of the electorate are discounted and treated as an irrelevance. Imagine a government in which well over half of the MPs are locked into place for life, depending entirely on where their constituency happens to be. Imagine a political system in which alternative parties have no chance of making any serious impact, despite gaining the support of more and more people and the two major parties being in ever-deepening decline.

And imagine a so-called democracy where, despite a demonstrable majority against right-wing neo-liberalism having been in place for decades, that very thing has been implemented by both its major parties, with disastrous consequences for the country and public policy. That so-called democracy is in Britain.’

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