The Coalition will be hit by a far worse financial crisis than the first one. Westminster and the elites are almost living in denial now, claiming the depression has been averted by their swift actions taken to suppress its effects. Yet in the real world, where ordinary people live, the truth of the current crisis is lived with every day. The crisis is only just getting going. When the tsunami strikes, politics will be sent reeling in all directions.
UKIP should prepare its attacks, and its demands for a withdrawal from the EU, an association we can no longer afford. Employers should demand an end to the minimum wage which is ruining the employment prospects of millions. Regulatory requirements must be destroyed and burned. People must be set free and given a chance to fight back against the coming crisis which will demonstrate the unaffordability of government, which will have to be halved in size, to match the disappearing revenues. The weeks since the election have merely been the quiet before the coming storm.