Posts Tagged ‘election’

Police Investigate South Thanet Constituency Election.

May 14, 2015

Guido Fawkes put up a bizarre post yesterday afternoon which due to more pressing matters I did not follow up right away.

Now I know the lefties will start screeching ‘conspiracy theory’ but we should be aware the police have confirm.ed this story has substance.

Kent Police have launched an investigation into alleged electoral fraud in South Thanet

Updates from Kent police say they have found no evidence ‘so far’ of malpractice but enquiries are ongoing. The police also confirmed that the complaint which launched the investigation was not made by UKIP.

It is thought the complaint arises from questions about why the South Thanet count was six hours late in beginning, a delay some sources speculate was due to several ballot boxes going missing en route to the count.

The story was given a comic elementby the gurning, idiotic posh boy Alistair (Al) Murray, whose protrayal of a working class pub landlord is surely the greatest insult to the English working class ever, and who had opposed UKIPs Nigel Farage, trying to claim that UKIP had attempted to rig the election themselves.

Good, better and even better

May 11, 2015

Just after seeing the news that Nigel Farage in to stay on as UKIP leader (which will surely gladden the hearts of our leftie friends, I took a look on Guido Fawkes blog and saw the old conspirator is predicting Ed Balls will soon be back in Westminster.
Could Ed Balls soon be back in the Commons? There is a rumour going round that Labour’s veteran MP in Coventry North West, Geoffrey Robinson, who was at the centre of a huge internal row about whether he would stand down before the election, could quit and trigger a by-election This soon had Coventry Labour members tweeting:

Jason Cowley @JasonCowleyNS Whisper it but will Geoffrey Robinson fall on his sword offering his dear friend @edballsmp a route back to the Commons? If not now, when? 8:27 PM – 10 May 2015

Jayne Innes @JayneInnes Cov NW needs diverse long list – I’ve already said I’ll help put it together

Ciarán Norris @ciarannorris@JayneInnes it would be insane for Cov NW to give it to an outsider

Jayne Innes @JayneInnesPersonally I don’t want Cov NW to have someone who was rejected by voters elsewhere.

See more tweets on Guido’s post

The Rweeted Reactions Of Leftie Celebs To Election Result Were Priceless

May 9, 2015

I’m still not actually thinking due to events not related in any way to the election. So here’s another post full of content gleaned from elsewhere.

Celebrity lefties resposnes to the conservative election victory.

@Kevin Maguire
Most terrifying of all is the Tories won as the Nasty Party. What does that say about Britain?

Well Kev, as it was you dubbed them the nasty party I guess it says Britain thinks you and your ludicrous pastiche of a newspaper are irrelevant

@charlottechurch
The politics of fear is the politics of control and we’ve given the reigns to the bogey men.

As you’ve blown most of your millions on trying to be a rock chick Charile, I suppose you’re afraid of benefit cuts.

@jk_rowling
I remember single parenthood under the Tories and @Gingerbread’s going to be very important in the next 5 years.

So what are you saying JK, that all single women are so stupid that having no job and few skills they’ll celebrate the election result by getting up the duff? Was it the fault of the conservatives that you got pregnant?

@OwenJones84
Don’t mourn. Organise. And this time, let’s actually mean it.

That is actually coming from a prepubescent pustule who can’t even organise his own fake accent so we can tell if he’s pretending to be a Cheshire posh boy, an Oxbridge elitist or a skanky Mank.

Looking over them brings to mind a line from that brilliant American satirist P J O’Rourke (PJ, being American, uses ‘liberalism’ in the sense we use ‘loony left’:

“At the core of liberalism is the spoiled child — miserable, as all spoiled children are, unsatisfied, demanding, ill-disciplined, despotic and useless. Liberalism is a philosophy of sniveling brats.”
― P.J. O’Rourke

Miliband Loses His Balls

May 8, 2015

Best election moment since Portillo went down in ’97

But as Oscar Wilde might have said, to lose one party leader is unfortunate, to lose two looks like carelessness, but to lose three is hostile action.

I was quite taken with this extract from a blog reposted on Zero Hedge. Not too sure the words ‘conservative landslide’ in the title are appropriate, it was the SNP landslide that gave Cameron a very small majority, but the rest is good reading.

Saxo Bank CEO Lars Seier Christensen reacts to the Conservative landslide victory in the UK.

When you, like me, are used to a proportional representation system, it feels bizarre that the third largest party hardly gains a seat, but still, Nigel Farage has had a lot of beneficial influence on Britain’s EU policy.

Hopefully, Brussels also gets the message but I doubt it. The EU never rolls anything back. It continues to amass more and more control in all areas.

The bureaucracy in Brussels has no self-criticism. No regrets. No matter how much and how often it fails. It just continues the roll out of its powers, and it will continue unabated, until someone says enough is enough. Until someone says stop.

The election outcome in Britain is our one chance to say stop!

YEAH!

If looks were votes … The Eye Candy Party Would Win Every Time

May 1, 2015

I gave Leader’s Question Time a swerver last night and also decided to skip Nigel Farage’s one man show, knowing I’d see YouTube clips of the best bits ad nauseum.

The best bit of campaign television for me this week then was BBC North West’s offering in the Election 2015 regional debates screened on Wednesday evening.

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BBC North West 2015 regional election debate

Why did Ian think that?” you might well ask. It wasn’t because the UKIP candidate, John Bickley, standing in Middleton which he narrowly missed winning in last year’s by election on the night UKIP won Clacton. (It was a major tactical error by UKIP to throw everything as Clacton which Douglas Carswell was always going to retain, an extra little push in the greater Manchester seat would have got them over the line.) Bickley is not a natural on television.

The major party candidates, Lucy Powell, Lab. Manchester central, Ben Wallace, Con. Preston North, and Gordon Birtwistle, Lib Dem. Burnley were similarly lacklustre.

No, the panellist who stole the show was the Green Party’s St. Helens North candidate, Elizabeth Ward, a lovely little package of politically correct cute. Elizabeth is also a confident and well briefed speaker, even if she did spout the usual Trotskyite bollocks the party of watermelons (green on the outside, red in the inside) nowadays specialise in.

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Elizabeth Ward, Green Party candidate for St. Helens North

No matter how much Green and polically correct bollocks the girl spouts, those exquisite cheekbones and expressive eyes would still get my vote.

ELIZABETH, JOIN UKIP – WITH SOME SENSIBLE POLICIES AND YOUR GOOD LOOKS YOU COULD BE PRIME MINISTER BY 2030

(Well that should get the screechers of the politically correct left well wound up)

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So Who Practices The Politics Of Evil

November 9, 2014

I’m always gobsmacked at the number of UKIP Haters and Leftie Screechers in blogs and comment threads (mostly comment threads ~ left wing bloggers usually tent to have a little more intelligence) who insist on comparing UKIP to that American phenomenon The Tea Party, a phemonenon because while it does not actually exist as a political organisation in the way that our Labour, Conservative, UKIP, SNP and Green Parties exist (I don’t think we have any other true political parties :> ) the Tea Party holds a powerful grip on the left wing mindset.

Tea Party this, Tea Party that, these distinctly unoriginal thinkers grizzle, echoing each other until Owen Jones dictates the next meme for them. The strange thing is, these people, like America’s illiberal and intolerant ‘liberals’ are quite convinced their autoritarian ideology represents all that is good and just in society and set themselves up as defenders of the freedoms of anointed minorities while damning mainsteam society.

Let’s take a look at how American democrats, having hypocritically accused Republicans (referred to as The Tea Party) of electoral fraud, terrorism, anarchism and arson (?) for the crime of opposing the ‘liberal’ agenda, have been caught red handed promoting the politics of hate, printing lies about opponents (we know all politicians tell lies, by lying about opponents personal lives in print is so utterly beyond stupid only self righteouss zealots would try it) and committing blatant electoral fraud themselves. To set the scene take a look at this snippet from online news site the ironically named TPNN, which reports on the battle on Taxas between whhelchair bound Republican Greg Abbott and his Democrat opponent Wendy Davis, nicknamed Abortion barbie for her plastic looking fearures and obsession with pushing abortion as the preferred means of birth control:

“Democrat Wendy Davis’s empty wheelchair ad against her disabled Republican opponent, Greg Abbott, represented a new low in gutter politics. Davis even doubled down on her despicable ad, even defending it in the face of extreme bipartisan criticism.

“As bad as Abortion Barbie’s ad is, she may have just outdone herself with this tweet from her official Twitter account on Monday, which accuses Greg Abbott as being against interracial marriage, an obvious desperate ploy to deceive minorities into voting for her.

“But there’s just one tiny, little problem which annihilates Davis’s charge. Abbott’s wife, Cecilia, is of Hispanic heritage, the granddaughter of immigrants from Mexico. Abbott IS in an interracial marriage, and Davis knows it.

GOTCHA!

The next story is from my fiend, US Political journalist Renee Nal, look at it and ask yourselves can the people who attempt such things be sane:]

“After being accused of “photoshopping” the featured image which illustrates that newly-elected Governor Greg Abbott’s name was missing from a voting machine in Bexar County, Texas, San Antonio voter Jade Stanford is vindicated, as reported at MySanAntonio

“Bexar County also made the news after Democratic Party Chairman Manuel Medina admitted to creating a political ad referring to the Tea Party as “radical terrorists.

“Medina, of course, is only following in the footsteps of prominent Democrats who have referred to the Tea Party as radicals, anarchists, extremists, terrorists, unbiblical, legislative arsonists, committing jihad, have bombs strapped to their chests, committing extortion, taking hostages, want to “tear down the house our founders built,” want to “blow up the global economy,” and are “holding a gun to the head of Americans.”

“As reported at the Brenner Brief, voting machines across America experienced “calibration” issues which changed Republican votes to the respective Democrat candidates across the country. In tight races in particular, a few faulty machines could sway an election.”

Read more at http://www.brennerbrief.com/developing-greg-abbotts-name-missing-ballot-bexar-county-texas/#uR4TWe5egAyXJUJs.99

Read all …

For the record Abbott won without raising a sweat.

UPDATE from Renee

UPDATE: Bexar County acknowledges Greg Abbott’s name WAS missing from ballot machine, blames a ‘glitch’

“Woman accused of altering the image: ‘It wasn’t Photoshop, it wasn’t botched, it was real.'” [Read more]

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Lefties get clobbered again? Hysterical

November 8, 2014
Guardian columnist Jessica Valenti – smiling or preparing to bit the balls off a conservative male?

A blogger who is probably the most stupid leftie in this community once asked me did I know what ‘hysterical’ meant. Well he might like to brag about his educational qualifications but I’m the one who went to a really posh school and so is well acquainted with Latin and Greek. So I am aware that in the era of Hippocrates, the founder of scientific healing in the fifth century BC it refers to a disturbance of the womb. That was then, this is now however and colloquially in the twenty first century, hysteria means an extreme emotional disturbance.

For the sake of stupid lefties who assume that because I do not agree with their crackpot, collectivist political theories I cannot possibly have had a decent education, in this blog post the words hysteria and hysterical are used in the modern colloquial sense.

Left-Wing Hysteria Reaches New Heights as Jessica Valenti Claims ALL Republican Women Are ‘Anti-Woman’

The triumph of Republican Party candidates in the US Midterm Elections last tuesday has really caused the lefties to get their knickers in a twist. Our home – grown crop of Marxist idiots are even more hysterical about it than they were about UKIP pummeling the LabLibConsensus in the European Parliament elections.

Lefties of course can never quite believe that any intelligent people could disagree with their political pronouncements which really are based on economic and social policies that first failed in the 1920s and have failed in every decade since.

Thus left wing blogger Sunny Hundal (who is funnier that Frankie Boyle and all the fat, ageing, bald ex-comedians and token women on Mock The Week put together (only Sunny does not see the comedy in his babblings) took the opportunity to show what an utter arse he really is on the Daily Politics. He tried to belittle The Republican victory the by claiming the they only won because they got more supporters to the ballot box. He’s right of course, what’s funny is for all his claimed political expertise and intellectual superiority he does not understand that’s how elections work in a democracy.

The Guardian’s wankerati chipped in to the general hilarity. Jessica Valenti’s column went off on one over Republican women who are, in her words, “anti-woman”.

“Under normal circumstances, a triumphant woman standing behind a podium giving a political victory speech would thrill me to the core. After all, what feminist worth her salt doesn’t like to see a woman win an election?” Valenti stormed.

To Obamessiah worshipping American women and the pussy whippes sissies who agre with them out of fear, absolutely everything is about the right of women to abort their foetuses (modern colloquial usage again) any time up to 974 weeks into the pregnancy (think about it).

“When the winner is a Republican being a woman does not count – because your gender doesn’t make you pro-woman, your actions do. And the Republican party is not just anti-“women’s issues”; it is anti-woman,” Valenti raved.

She continued; “What I’d really like is for every elected woman Republican to explain to a room full of non-rich, non-white women why restricting abortion rights is a good use of our government’s time and energy, to tell them why their birth control isn’t a real medical need, and to discuss how women don’t really need equal pay or a fair wage because they need “real” choices.”

Honsetly, to hear or read these stupid bitches, one would think late term abortion is the only form of birth control available in the USA.

Such is her loathing for Republican women, who she clearly sees as quislings of the worst order, Valenti proffers the worst insult she can think of. To Valenti, female Republicans are worse than men. Well Democrat men are all girlie-men so I suppose she sort of have a point.

“In a way, female Republicans almost bother me more than their male counterparts. I can almost understand why a bunch of rich, religiously conservative white men wouldn’t care about the reality of women’s day-to-day lives – they’ve never had to. But throwing other women under the bus? For what? Lower taxes? Three minutes on Fox News in the 3pm hour? It makes me wonder what is wrong with you.”

I love the glib assumption that all the millions of black, hispanic and white working class males who voted Repubican because they believed there might be a better chance of getting a decent job, lower taxes so they can hope to pay down their debts, or they did not want their sons and daughters to die fighting The Rent Boy President’s illegal, ego driven wars, were on their way to the voting station, somehow transformed into right, religiously conservative white men.

But as I have said many times, clear, logical thinking is not a prominent item of lefties list of desirable personal qualities. In fact it come lower that tolerance, and a willingness to consider opposing views.

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Has ‘Hampstead Socialism’ Lost Labour The Working Class Vote

November 6, 2014

When a traditionally left wing publication like The New Statesman turns on The Labour leader you can be sure the party is in bigger trouble than anyone involved with it is ever going to admit.

This blog has been saying for years Labour is now more elitist than The Conservatives, the party of lawyers, academics and media luvvies, of crony corporatism and progressive ideologies taking precedence over pragmatic realism.

Labour has not only lost touch with the working class that always made up its core vote, the intellectuals now despise the working classes whose concernes are casually dismissed as racist and bigoted. Instead they suck up to the gay and lesbian communities, extremists religious minorities (so long as they are not Christian extremists) and corporate businessmen who favour replacing democracy with a totalitarian world government and the kind of strangers to reality who think equal rights for paedophiles could ever be a vote winner.

Miliband: ‘old-style socialist who can’t connect with public’

from The Mole:
Stinging attack from New Statesman as Times claims Labour backbenchers could still ask him to step aside

In a devastating critique of Ed Miliband, the editor of the left-wing weekly, the New Statesman, has accused him of being an “old-style Hampstead socialist who has failed to find an authentic voice to connect with the electorate”.

“He doesn’t really understand the lower middle class or material aspiration,” writes Jason Cowley in this week’s editorial. “He doesn’t understand Essex Man or Woman. Politics for him must seem at times like an extended PPE seminar: elevated talk about political economy and the good society…”

Nor does Miliband have a “back story” that might capture the public imagination, says Cowley. “[He] does not have a compelling personal story to tell the electorate, as Thatcher did about her remarkable journey from the grocer’s shop in Grantham and the values that sustained her along the way, or Alan Johnson does about his rise from an impoverished childhood in west London.

“ ‘I went to Oxford to study PPE, worked for Gordon Brown, became a cabinet minister and then leader of the party’ does not quite do it. None of this would matter were Miliband in manner and approach not so much the product of this narrow background…”

The attack is particularly upsetting to Team Miliband because the Statesman went out of its way to endorse Ed for the leadership in 2010.

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When the leading publication among left wing intellectuals is doing a hatchet job like that on the party leader, himself a Fabian Society intellectual, only six months before a general election, it does give the impression they don’t want to win.

Poor Ed, I like him as a person no matter how misguided or daft his politics may be, but he really was handed an impossible task. Nobody could hope to succeed in selling the politically correct idiocies of paedophile loving Harriet Harman and her clique to the down to earth voters of Labour’s industrial strongholds.

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Ukraine Crisis: Putin Signs Treaty Making Crimea Part Of Russia – EU / US alliance Says Boo!

March 18, 2014

Putin makes Crimea part of Russia as US vice president heads to Poland to send a signal to Russia

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I know I’ve used it before but it seemed so apt. Source: zerohedge

The Main story today was the speedy acceptance by Russia of newly independent Crimea’s request to join the Russian Federation. Interesting to see western journalists and political pundits getting their knickers in a twist over this one.

Another headline yesterday screamed “Crimean independence cannot be justified, Crimea is not like Kosovo and the independence vote is illegal.

Now how does Crimea’s demand for independence from Ukraine differ from Kosovo’s split from Serbia in the 1990s in any way other than that the Crimeans, guaranteed protection from Ukrainian reprisals by Russia went down the civilized (well civilisedish) route of holding a democratic vote while the Kosovars, guaranteed protection from Serbian reprisals by western bombers went down the uncivilized route of slaughtering ethnic Serbs living within the area they claimed. There’s no consistency in saying that the secession of Kosovo was fair and the secession of Crimea is unfair.

Apart from that fine example of Orwellian doublethink (cognitive dissonance on a national scale), the west seems more pissed off with Russia for failing to be intimidated by the empty threats of the limp dicked Rent Boy President. In fact the Russian leader Vladimir Putin has repeatedly responded with the political equivalent of rude gestures to the bluster of the USA and EU leaders.

The main thrust of responses from The Chatterati seems to go, “Ho ho, that Putin had better watch himself, if he doesn’t fall into line behind The Obamessiah soon her could find himself isolated in the international community. The art of international diplomacy is to understand what effect a given action, by the first party, will have on the actions of a third party. If you build something threatening on another nation’s border then you have to understand that nation will take steps to do something about it.

It is not difficult to find and read historical accounts of Russia’s centuries old obsession with its own security before criticising the present, transitory, regime or suggesting that threats of isolation will bring them into line with the “international community” (which seems to be breaking apart rapidly). And in the end, whatever anyone thinks of Russia’s actions it must be acknowledged the root cause of the trouble in Ukraine was the EU / USA sponsoring extremist groups with the intent of toppling a democratically elected government and putting in it’s place a west – friendly puppet government.

I’m always gobsmacked by the historical ignorance of lefties. Russia has always been isolated, that’s the way they like it. So what can the west do? Here’s the most ludicrous response so far:

Times of Malta:

Leaders of the Group of Eight world powers have suspended Russia’s participation in the club amid tensions over Ukraine and Russia’s incursion into Crimea, France’s foreign minister said today.

The other seven members of the group had already suspended preparations for a G8 summit that Russia is scheduled to host in Sochi in June.

France’s Laurent Fabius went further today, saying on Europe-1 radio that “concerning the G8… we decided to suspend Russia’s participation, and it is envisaged that all the other countries, the seven leading countries, will unite without Russia”.

He did not give further details.

The US and European Union today announced new sanctions against Russia over its actions in the Crimean Peninsula.

What planet are these people living in? There was a referendum held in which the people of Crimea voted to leave Ukraine.  And to those who say that the referendum was illegal, may I remind them that so is a mob toppling the elected government of Ukraine and forcing its president into exile. So is a bombing campaign by the FUKUS axis to topple the nasty but internationally recognized regime in Libya. So is the supply of arms to enable a bunch of human organ noshing religious fanatics to wage civil war in Syria against a regime that while thoroughly distasteful to the west had the support of more that half of Syrians As for the G8, kicking Russia out will just cause Moscow to cooperate more closely with the other BRICs, thus causing further polarization of developed and developing countries on key global issues.

Once the west sets a precedent for flouting the United Nations charter by meddling in the domestic politics of sovereign nations in the service of its own interests is not hypocritical to claim the moral high ground when condemning others for doing the same. And don’t let the pathetic wailing and gnashing of teeth from those lefties who whine “but we intervened on humanitarian grounds, we supported doing what is right,” fool you. How is it “right” to overthrow a tyrant who has people shot in private and replace his government with theocrats who hack opponents heads off with blunt knives in public and then disembowel the corpse and eat the still warm vital organs, afterwards posing with smiles all round for the people videoing the atrocity to be posted on You Tube.

We should also have no time for the people accusing Putin of not playing fair in threatening to respond to sanctions by cutting off Europe’s gas supply. It ought always to have been obvious (and was to everyone except the political leaders of the EU) that Western Europe should never have become reliant on Russia for gas supplies; even Germany is now publicly regretting the day the decided to rely on imported Russian gas. The CDU party in the German ruling coalition are advocating buying UK gas which is something of a forlorn hope as we hardly have enough for ourselves.

The attempt to impose a government in Kiev that would have taken Ukraine into the EU and NATO was blatant incitement a show of aggressive nationalism by Putin. That EU / US cowardice ensured the response was directed at an economically weak and politically divided sovereign state in Europe is so regressive that comparisons with European politics in the approaches to Word Wars one and two. Except that the Russian armed forces are massively more powerful now than the Germany military was in ’39 or the German / Austro – Hungarian alliance in 1914.

At the very least this signals a return to cold war hostility and an East-West divide. Those smug twats who talk of Russian isolation overlook China’s abstaining on the UN security council vote to condemn Russia’s support for Crimean independence was not a sign of Russia’s isolation; the Chinese supported Russia. And why should Russia fear the G8 (now G7) Britain, USA and France are in dire economic straits and cannot afford an economic crisis, Italy and Japan are effectively bankrupt and Putin has a pistol to the head of Germany as long as Russia’s hands are on the gas tap.

Suggestions that Russia is trying to acquire territory are equally stupid. Even with many former Soviet nations having severed political ties and now being independent nations, The Russian Federation covers 6M square miles and has barely 140M inhabitants. It does not need more territory. Quite the converse; if some deluded people want to live under the rule of this DINO (democracy-in-name-only), Russia needs them to populate its vast spaces and exploit its vast resources.

Western foreign policy maneuvering works best in the dark, we don’t really get to know what all these NGOs and government agencies have been up to until at least 50 years after the fact, if ever. Putin’s strategy works by calling it out into the open, and its rewarding to see our establishment squirm and try to scuttle like cockroaches away from the light. The media class is so fawning now they are just not used to being called on their BS. So when the leader of a major nation does it things start to unravel pretty quickly.

If you want to fully understand the political thinking behind everything I have said above, just look at a map showing the route Russia’s gas pipelines follow to get into the EU:

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Russian pipelie routes through Ukraine – Source: tombreyfogle.com

You can see at a glance why Russia could never stand back and allow the installation by foreign sponsored coup d’etat of an anti – Russian government in Kiev.

They’re All In It Together

November 12, 2013

Told you so. The three main political parties are all the same organisation, a local branch of the New World Order, they cover one anothers’ arses and serve the same masters. Want proof?

Here it is:

David Cameron blocks report that exposes Tony Blair’s Iraq war crimes

‘David Cameron is blocking publication of the Iraq Inquiry report because it confirms a secret conspiracy by Bush and Blair to take the US and Britain into an illegal war.

While David Cameron was laying wreaths of poppies at the Cenotaph this weekend, to remember the past war dead, he has been blocking an inquiry set up to tell the truth about the war in Iraq.

That is the meaning of the refusal of the Cabinet secretary, Sir Jeremy Heywood, to release records of conversations between then prime minister and US president George Bush, in the run up to the war on Iraq.

Read full article

Now WTF is a Conservative Prime Minister whose party is trailing in the polls thinking about when he passes up the chance to nail a Labour former Prime Minister as a traitor and war criminal? If Cameron was a politician rather than a New World Order office boy he could have stitched up Labour and guaranteed winning the next election three times in the past three weeks.

And you know how the old saying goes, once is circumstance, twice is coincidence and three times means you’ve been kicked up the arse by your corporate bosses.

I’m not going to do a Russell Brand and say don’t vote. I say vote for absolutely anybody so long as they have nothing to do with the three main parties.