I quite like Jeremy Corbyn’s Political sketch, however, on the other hand, I dare say it could in fact look a bit like a Punch a Judy show, even though David Cameron had to be on his best behaviour, and that I like even more.
It’s all about the people (men, women, children), the citizens of the United Kingdom, however, the government is a bit inclined to forget about the people of the United Kingdom, unless, of course, there Toffs like David Cameron, and his menagerie of animals he calls his cabinet.
I consider that the people should have their say, and be able to ask questions, instead of MP’s sitting in parliament talking over what and what not we should be entitled without any response from their constituents.
What was it George Orwell said. “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others. ”
Well, he wasn’t incorrect there. It’s not about possessions, or the house that we live in, it’s about the quality of life we have while we’re here.
We’re an extraordinary race, and consequently the government should secure that, and make sure of that, instead of overpowering us. However, their behaviour isn’t without condemnation, and therefore it’s only right that the public should be permitted to respond to questions for the Prime Minister, and he should reply to them with good faith, and if he can’t do that, then maybe he should stand down as PM.
Sadly, man is the only real opponent that we have, because many of them are prejudiced, particularly those MP’s with their narrow mindedness, and their creative transactions.
Never listen when they tell you that we all have a shared interest, that the success of one is the prosperity of the others. It’s all lies. They’re abusers of the truth, and so are their accomplices, they just wish to draw the life out of you.
Man is your opponent, he has no compassion, he will not pity you, or even give you his acceptance. The government is just a hindrance, however, they will make you think that you’re the obstacle.
It’s us human beings that are the thinkers, and the whole administration and planning of this nation should be upon us, not the government. Day and night we should be watching over our well being.
The government just aggravates the situation that we’re in, and we need to take action, because the government we have at the moment need to be kicked from their seats.
The people in government don’t really work, all that they do is direct and oversee others, because with all their higher-level knowledge they think that they have, they just assume their leadership.
They have this huge congregation of people they call cabinet ministers, and they have this huge social event where they all sit in parliament where they condemn the people, and consider us as the parasites of this world.
They sit there and demolish our spirit to the point of no return, and when we object, we either get taken into custody for doing so because we have no power of speech any longer, however, who needs to speak eloquently when you have a pack of attack dogs biting your arse?
They’re just a manipulating pack of animals that sit in parliament and fabricate untruths, as well as promising things that they can’t really bring to the table, which brings them beneath condemnation.
Most of us work hard, but have to live frugally, unless you’re David Cameron, Iain Duncan Smith or George Osborne. It’s a lot easier to tell other people that they should be giving up their iPads and Starbucks lattes when you’ve just bought yourself a £2,000 Italian espresso machine.
To be honest, keeping up with the government regulations is much harder than remembering what we had to eat. They bring in new rules daily, and they hold us accountable for these new regulations, they never hold themselves responsible.
It all appears to come down to class distinction, however, you as an individual can select not to be defined by a category. This is difficult because people have an inclination to be a part of some club, even if it’s the club of losers.
We’re inclined to put things and people into conceptual boxes, and we classify. This produces categorial identity. Rationalising in terms of boxes is occasionally convenient, up to a point, but then we have a strong tendency to give an essence to that box.
People have a varied relationship with money. Some people gather their money, some people love to make money, some people love to squander money, and some people are afraid of it.
Treating everybody the same sources vast difficulties. On the other hand, it makes me unhappy when people believe they’re higher ranking because of their relationship with money.
I wouldn’t say that money is equivalent to affluence, however, it’s a bounty that comes at a considerable price, furthermore, it definitely doesn’t give us our well-being, however, people appear to salivate over these paper notes that we call money.
Nevertheless, what we salivate over is just paper, and we can splash the cash, and advertise on TV, commodities that will make people fritter away their money, however, what it obscures is suppressed conditioning of the mind.
It was an exceptional idea, that Mr Corbyn gave people a voice, because with that voice, it as well gave the person on the other end, the ability to voice their thoughts and concerns, and the idea was actually a well spun publicity stunt, that should be brought into parliament more frequently.
MPs routinely question Mr Cameron on behalf of their constituents, without making such a song and dance about it, and it was thoroughly cunning of Mr Corbyn to think of the idea, and an extremely clever idea it was as well.
It made sure that Mr Cameron couldn’t ridicule Mr Corbyn, or the voter who contributed the question. Mr Cameron had to be on his best behaviour, plus he had to answer without any reprisal.
Maybe this is a sign of things to come, and it shouldn’t be condemned, or thought of as rubbish. The government is already a fiasco of negligence by their own omission.
Their principles are all about money, and perhaps now they should savour their own medicine, which should be given out on prescription on a daily basis. It might not make our government better, however, it definitely couldn’t make it any worse.