The pre-election polling was carefully managed to overestimate the threat from Labour, and disguise the Lib Dem collapse. Peoples’ minds were cleverly focused onto the possibility of tax rises, price rises and greater national debt from middle class-hating left-wingers in the labour Party. That in turn ensured voters thought first with their wallets – about money and the fear of not having enough of it, consigning social issues like freedom, immigration, the environment and foreign wars down the scale of priorities.
Assuming minimal input from postal voting (which I would still look at incidentally as a way that elections are fixed, especially in target seats), the strategy of putting Ed Miliband as Labour leader, in favour of his far more electable brother David, and creating the party as an electoral bogeyman, has apparently worked. Support for the Conservatives has held.
TPTB want Cameron kept in place, as they did Blair. He, like Blair before him, sends Britain’s armed forces in support of NATO and the US wars whenever requested. That’s why they want him as PM. That’s why they manipulate the media and everything else at their disposal to keep him there, sending opposition parties into oblivion (as they did the Conservatives when Blair was the war-maker).
Farage made a few anti-war noises. (He supported fracking, which was an electoral and intellectual mistake). But fracking-support wasn’t enough to get the real election controllers to accept his entry into Westminster politics. The system has pulled out all the stops to block him – apparently successfully. The real agendas of war, world domination, depopulation and control of humanity by unseen, powerful forces decide the outcomes of elections, not voters. Voters are simply and cleverly manipulated to bring the required result – by all means, fair, foul and worse (Assassination of Robin Cook, John Smith for instance).
Ed Milband will be rewarded with the traditional free ride in the EU presumably, like Neil Kinnock was, for keeping the desired leader in power by acting out the role of no-hoper. The wars can go on. Millions will die, and the English Middle Class will survive a few more years, harassed by growing state power, taxation, Islamisation and mass immigration. They won’t stop and vote to change course with Nigel Farage, as they fear the left, and losing their possessions more than all of the above. The tragedy is that they will lose all those anyway once the system comes round to take them. Fracking will be deployed to gas people living and working in country areas until they move out. Private property will be taken in one form or another. We will be finished, and the chances we were offered to slow the assault were spurned.
The good thing to see is the greater size of the UKIP and Green votes showing more people awakening by degrees. The earth and humanity needs more though. We have to look beyond conventional politics, and work as foot soldiers. Getting more people to see what we are faced with if we can is just one thing we can do. There is a massive job to do.
One assumes the count is being done correctly, but things like faulty fire alarms and exploding police cars should be watched out for –
Lummie. A police car has caught fire outside the count in Hinckley:
COMMENT on Politicalbetting –
John Curtice and his exit poll looked nervous about his projections but that exit poll is not far out at all and what does this outcome say about Peter Kellner and YouGov,Lord Ashcroft and the rest,who have turned out to be offering snake-oil? Heads must surely roll.
SHROPSHIRE NORTH – UKIP surges as in many other seats across the country, but not winning many seats. The interesting thing is the collapse in Lib Dem vote and the stability of the other parties.
Candidates for 2015:
- OWEN PATERSON (Conservative) 27,031
- Andrea Christabel Allen (Ukip) 9,262
- Graeme Roger Currie (Labour) 10,547
- Duncan Kerr (Green Party) 2,575
- Tom Thornhill (Liberal Democrats) 3,148
- Turnout 66.84 per cent
Results from 2010:
- OWEN PATERSON (Con) 26,692
- Ian Croll (Lib Dem) 10,864
- Ian McLaughlan (Lab) 9,406
- Sandra List (Ukip) 2,432
- Phil Reddall (BNP) 1,667
- Steve Boulding (Green) 808
- Conservative majority 15,828
- Turnout 65.7 per cent