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Peter Reynolds

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Theresa May And The Conservative Government Are Both Treasonable And Corrupt.

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We have a government which is pursuing policy not in the interests of the nation but solely in the interests of the Conservative Party.  This is corruption.  It is no better than taking bribes. It is grubby, dishonest, self-serving and directly contradicts the purpose of our democracy and the basis upon which MPs hold office.

We have a government that by a vote in Parliament was ordered to determine our future membership of the EU by a referendum.  The result was that we should leave.  Now, through corrupt self-interest the leader of the Conservative Party, at enormous cost to the nation, has used her position as PM to subvert the result of the referendum. This is treasonable.

Democracy has been entirely extinguished in the UK.  Your vote means nothing. We are ruled by diktat from a corrupt, self-serving elite.  There is no longer any law, only the pursuit of self-interest and the forcible repression of dissent.

It is time for a revolution. The nation should take up arms and rise in justifiable revolt against the criminals in government.

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Written by Peter Reynolds

July 7, 2018 at 8:05 am

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  1. My friend, calling for a violent revolution is not such a good look. I politely urge you to reconsider your words

    Perhaps this isn’t the best idea

    July 7, 2018 at 8:58 am

    • There is no longer rule of law in the UK. The criminals must be overthrown.

      Peter Reynolds

      July 7, 2018 at 9:19 am

  2. Here in the objective we need to destroy old though forms in order to create new though forms whatever shape they take in order to forward to a better state.
    These people have no love.
    They will always abuse you and refuse you and give you a basket to carry water.

    Pete

    July 7, 2018 at 4:38 pm

  3. I fully understand your frustration and agree that there is a problem, but disagree with your proposed solution.
    Have you not noticed that the monopoly on the use of force is held by a corrupt government who are, like most if not all governments, influenced and bound by international pressure from corporations, who have a legal responsibility to act in the best interest of their share holders over anything morally motivated that would be in the best interest of wider society or biodiversity.
    Every penny that you have is a vote, spend them well, They’re the only ones your going to get.
    Peace.

    Ed George

    July 8, 2018 at 12:22 pm

    • Nice description, well put.
      People can rise up without violence and rebel peacefully through social disobedience.
      Do not vote in the silly popularity contest, seriously, you have a number of parties populated by proven liars and thieves to choose from to run the country.
      Every time each party makes promises they never keep.
      At the moment they are supposed to be negotiating our exit from the EU, yet we have all this jiggery pokery and in fighting as they conspire against each other for their own ends not getting the job done.
      The public need to overstand things won’t fall apart if they disengage the sun will still rise and set, but the governement and they way the country is run will have to change, the public require people running this country who are accountable.

      Pete

      July 9, 2018 at 9:30 pm

  4. I think the day & age for “Armed Rebellion” is long passed! How would those people hold pitch forks AND browse their wastebook feed at the same time?

    You have to hit them where it hurts. Their pockets.

    We would make better use of our power by arranging a set day or week where by we refuse to go to work. They reap the rewards, but we earn that collateral. But as I have stated, I doubt anyone can quit instagram long enough to read the headlines.

  5. Reblogged this on Britain Isn't Eating.

    A6er

    July 17, 2018 at 8:45 pm


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