General political indecision and mayhem

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As I write the dust is just beginning to settle after a night of frantic arithmetic which has, as I’m sure you are truly aware, resulted in what is referred to as a ‘hung parliament’. (Chance would be a fine thing!) Well, all I can say is it serves the British public right. Frankly, to me for anyone to have actually voted Labour at all is mind boggling in itself. Just what sort of morass of goop does a party have to drop a country in to be voted out of power?

As I write the dust is just beginning to settle after a night of frantic arithmetic which has, as I’m sure you are truly aware, resulted in what is referred to as a ‘hung parliament’. (Chance would be a fine thing!) Well, all I can say is it serves the British public right. Frankly, to me for anyone to have actually voted Labour at all is mind boggling in itself. Just what sort of morass of goop does a party have to drop a country in to be voted out of power?

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Don’t ask me, I just simply sit by in total disbelief. ‘Course the immigrant and lay-about vote would have had an undoubted influence in this almost unbelievable outcome – here he goes again I hear you mutter. But is this not the true strategy of this gang of deviants?  Bring in as many immigrants as possible, lavish them with bribes and ultimately you’re bound to get their vote – it’s not rocket science. It’s the same with the social service lay-about brigade. One whiff of the chance their handouts could be withdrawn or, heaven forbid, they may have to get a job, and they scuttle to the red corner like the parasites they are.


A similar situation took place some years ago in the Calvia area where I live. The then left wing council, in what was becoming a predominantly an up market constituency, decided to allocate a vast area of previously rustic land  to the construction of a vast housing estate, offering hundreds of new residents the opportunity and assistance to purchase the blocks of predominately apartments  it contained. Almost overnight, there was an enormous influx of grateful new constituents, whose subsequent votes helped keep the party in power for a total of twelve years.

Now I’m not against assistance from government to those less fortunate, or needing a bit of a leg up onto the property ladder, it’s the cynical hypocrisy of the operation that sticks in my craw. No one was consulted as to this rural area being delivered up to acres of (pink) concrete. By the same token no one has been truly consulted about the unacceptable numbers of immigrants who have been allowed to flood into the UK. And as long as the ‘Braun brigade’ captured their vote they could have cared less anyway. The erection of power has no conscience at all!

Well now the electorates truly have it. A total mish mash of politicians, all considering God is on their side and prepared to jam the system up for weeks or even years until they all get their way. I think the distant roll of thunder in the background as Brown delivered his initial post election speech was a clear indication that the storm clouds are well and truly gathering and the British people can now look forward to countless arguments, deals, non deals, and general political indecision and mayhem. And with nothing whatsoever being achieved to rescue the country from the deep pit of disintegration it has been plunged into. Good luck, I wish them well to wear it. One thing is for sure; our enemies must be rubbing their collective hands in glee. The erosion of the country they hate has been given a tremendous boost of unimaginable proportions. They can actually forget all their terrorist and suicide bomb operations. They’re all obsolete. All that’s need is for them all to sit back and watch the local power crazed mob do their job for them.


I really do despair of it all.

Lighten up Leapy.

Alright I’ll finish on a high note.

Do Rey Me Fa So La Te DO!

High enough for ye?

Keep the faith.

Love Leapy    leapylee.co.uk.



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