Monday 27 December 2010

Brought To Book

From the people who brought you the Child Benefit fiasco, the Housing Benefit fiasco, the JSA fiasco (with claimants to have been compelled to do "voluntarily" what were already other people's paid jobs) and the immigration cap fiasco, comes the books for tots fiasco.

Specifically, this one is brought to you by Michael Gove, of the Toby Young's (darkie-)free schools fiasco, with legislation rushed through so that they could open this year, which none of them did, and which none of them might next year, or ever. Gove is also the old P W Botha cheerleader now engaged in withdrawing the Educational Maintenance Allowance from the kaffirs.

Isn't the Coalition doing well? And remember, it is to be continued even if there is a Conservative overall majority next time. Not that there is the slightest chance of that.


  1. What's this about a British People's Alliance comeback in 2011?

  2. All right, I suppose that that is vaguely on topic. Comeback? It never went away. It ceased to be a registered political party, but that was all. Since I see that good news travels very fast indeed, yes, a lot of other things being equal (notably a Yes vote to electoral reform, the enactment of fixed-term Parliaments, and the appearance of certain publications from within our circle), there is a possibility of re-registration next year or the year after, though not with a view to putting up our own candidates unless we cannot avoid doing so in order to enfranchise our people.

    Rather, we shall be seeking the best-placed candidate in each seat who subscribes to the Welfare State, workers' rights, trade unionism, the co-operative movement and wider mutualism, consumer protection, strong communities, conservation rather than environmentalism, fair taxation, full employment, public ownership, proper local government, a powerful Parliament, the monarchy, the organic Constitution, national sovereignty, civil liberties, the Union, the Commonwealth, the countryside, grammar schools, traditional moral and social values, controlled importation and immigration, a realistic foreign policy, a non-hysterical approach to climate change, and a base of real property for every household to resist both over-mighty commercial interests and an over-mighty State.

    In the run-up to the 2015 Election, we shall then publish the list of such candidates, taking advantage of what would by then be our greatly increased ... well, you'll see if and when it all comes to pass.