As citizens given the right 190 years ago to vote for change if we want it, we have to take on board the War we’re involved in….and not merely obsess about Brexit as one battle.
In turn, we need to embrace the kind of electorally coordinated technology available to those of us who are genuinely serious about giving direct democratic power back to The People.
The élites will never give us this responsibility, for they are too busy brown-nosing the globalist businesses, central bankers, media moguls, energy cliques, spooks and military psychos behind whom citizen interests always come a very poor last.
But there is a rapidly growing Resistance that is organised, and can deliver “ground game” solutions to give the disenfranchised a defining say in where humanity goes from here.
All we require going forward is some spectacular demonstrations of what user-friendly software can do….and the willingness of angry frustrated citizens to embrace it.
In the meantime, the word from Downing Street is that Theresa May bring her “deal” back for a fourth go….this time (I suspect) Speaker Bercow will have to disallow it. Those whom the Gods would destroy, they first make mad.
There is but one conundrum, and everyone knows what it is, but our elected reprehensibles refuse to admit it: we are a Leave electorate imprisoned by indirectly elected Remainers.
That, dear reader, is what must change.
Hi John, BellingDawg on Twitter notices my sandboxing efforts for a grassroots database to enable coordinated Sovereign Brexit independence candidates.
I hope that Democrats and Veterans have a good showing in Newport East.
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Hi Roger, I hope you are doing well. I am a Brexiteer and community manager at Everipedia. I noticed you created a couple of pages on Everipedia and was hoping I could help sort them out for you as they are not encyclopedic and not sourced properly. What you needs is an Everipedia article on “Democrats and Veterans” and merge these 2 pages into that. I can help if you like and most welcome to discuss. Kind Regards, Paul
Candidates and timetable
Flynn had indicated his intention to stand down at (or before) the next general election and political parties had begun to select candidates ahead of the next general election in Newport West.
Several candidates were pre-selected by parties before the by-election was formally called, including Jonathan Clark (Plaid Cymru), Matthew Evans (Welsh Conservatives), Ruth Jones (Welsh Labour) and Amelia Womack (Green Party). UKIPselected their Welsh leader Neil Hamilton. The Liberal Democrats selected Ryan Jones. Also standing are Richard Suchorzewski for the Abolish the Welsh Assembly Party; June Davies for the Renew Party; Ian McLean for the continuing SDP; and candidates for For Britain and the Democrats and Veterans.
Party Candidate Plaid Cymru Jonathan Clark Renew June Davies Conservative Matthew Evans UKIP Neil Hamilton Labour Ruth Jones Liberal Democrat Ryan Jones SDP Ian McLean For Britain Hugh Nicklin Abolish the Welsh Assembly Richard Suchorzewski Democrats and Veterans Philip Taylor Green Amelia Womack
Brexit Vote By Constituency.
Mp’s Brexit Stance By Constituency.
“Never in the field of human discourse have so many owed so little to so few”
Inbetween battering my spine on a sit-on mower mulching, lurching, jumping and jerking its way through resistant grass grown long in this, the mild Spring of our heated discontent, I took breaks to watch yesterday’s Commons debate leading up to the most definitively Meaningless Vote of my lifetime.
I didn’t bother watching Speaker Bercow yelling that “the noes have it”, because it was obvious from 11 pm the night before that the Prime Minister’s cynical Best of Three con would fail. But out of interest (and thoroughly vindictive satire) I did record what each of the main hypocrites and virtues signallers had to say in the Lower Chamber….a Chamber limboing ever lower beneath the yardstick of contempt.
My overriding view of proceedings is that – with notable exceptions here and there – almost every…
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