The modern Conservative Party is in fact Blair’s party resurrected. They are exactly the same. They will pose and posture and do nothing to alleviate the restrictions and controls imposed on us all by the Brown Gorgon, and the Tiny Blur before him. Things will not stay the same when the Tories take over. They will get worse. The Left know this, which is why their opposition to the Tories is nothing more than a few vague insults. The Left are happy to let the New Blair come back.
There is no longer a Conservative party in this country. There are no longer any discernible differences between the three main parties at all. They all want to add more laws, more control, more power to their unelected thugs.
I was going to end this with ‘No, I won’t vote Tory’ but there’s no need.
There is no Conservative party. Not any more.
All we have at the next election is a choice of which EU commissioner is going to run this island. Our only choice is the face of the man who implements the EU state laws.
The only way out is NO VOTES for any of these parties. Vote for a minor party. Any one, you choose. You must vote, and you must vote for anyone on that ticket other than these three.
If any of them get back in, the jackboots will be marching down your street before Election Night Special is over.
Get them out. All of them. There is no other hope for the UK now.
Obviously I have an interest in encouraging you to back small parties, since I helped found one, but Leg-Iron is completely correct: the Big 3 are all precisely the same.
The next election will be a straight Tory versus Labour fight: small parties will be squeezed. However, after that five-year period, when the Tories prove that they are no better than NuLabour, I hope that you will all remember this advice and vote for the small party of your choice.
If you are a libertarian, then you know which small party to support—and we need your support. We rely on the donations of individuals because we have pledged not to take donations from businesses—we have no more wish to be tools of corporations than we do anyone else.
On that note, by the way, there is a small announcement about the leadership over at the Libertarian Party blog. We have also set a provisional date (probably at the beginning of December) for the first LPUK AGM (it seems presumptuous to call it "a conference") and are working on a venue (somewhere near the middle of the country, to accommodate our widely-spread membership). I shall post more details when we have firmed them up.
We reckon on a swiftish afternoon meeting wherein we shall discuss strategies for the future (including elections and the setting up of official branches) and then, in the evening, a general piss-up. Obviously, we hope to see as many of the three hundred or so members as possible...