Brown got it through - 315 votes for and 306 against.
Big Brother 2008 - the house is now 93,000 square miles in area and has a population of 60,000.
Tyranny in the UK.
Only 9 votes made the difference and they came from the Democratic Unionist Party
who have blatantly bent over for Brown on this historic day of reckoning. Cries of
'you have been bought' were heard round the boiling pot of emotion that was the
British Parliament last night when the results were announced. A smiling and defiant
DUP sat grinning like idiots knowing that the good times would soon roll as a result
of an obvious backdoor deal.
This is a dark day for democracy in Britain, one that saw the dictates of the Magna
Carta dissolved, behind a smoke screen on erroneous and un-provable 'terror'
intelligence. The behaviour of the DUP goes to show how far they are prepared to go
in order to win favour on the mainland. It is vomit inducing to think that they have
the word 'democratic' in their party name, one that should be changed immediately to
This morning when most people woke up and lift their news papers they will not be
confronted with one of the most democratically corrosive decisions of modern time,
their bleary eyes will fix upon a smokescreen story. The front pages are leading
with the government's confidential documents about Al-Quida that were left on a
train. This alleged blunder comes at the very convenient time, diverting public
opinion away from the biggest story of the last 6 months:
The massive leap towards a totalitarian British police state.
Someone tell me where this threat is. Where is it? Its all around we are told.
Does any see it? No. Its an un tangible construct that is being used to keep people
afraid and therefore allow the enforcement of an agenda with Orwellian overtones.
The actions of the DUP and other MPs have made this a day in which for one to talk
about democracy in Britain is not only illusionary, but downright stupid.
It could be time to flee the scene while we still have the chance. Book your tickets
early, there my be big demand.