Guido Fawkes (Anonymous)SPES, the deity of hope & prosperity. Now, the newest, smallest & first ever build your own UK Political Party. Time for change in the UK, a revolution.

1) Stop the wealthy corporate and individual tax dodgers. It is easy, but the Tories, Labour and Lib Dems refuse because they and their backers dodge UK taxes too.

2) Bye bye unelected upper house (Lords) & monarch. The Queen / her progeny can be ceremonial heads of state / ambassadors & stand for election as president if they want.

3) Get rid of the class and present honours system. You are not inferior to others, nor others to you. The class system breeds nothing but bad attitude amongst us all.

4) Stop spending billions on elitist / wannabe empire projects. Put the money into the NHS, schools, universities, social care, leisure, emergency services, defence (but not aggression).

5) Abolish lower income taxes & TV licenses. Have a true luxury rate VAT. Tax money & job exports. Tax pollution. Double tax dodgers. Privatize Westminster, Whitehall & Royal Estates.

6) Reform the electoral system (a win win option does exist). Return fraudulently acquired own to rent properties to the housing market. Double the rates for empty residential property.

7) Incentivize businesses, especially those that export & contribute to tomorrow. Reform welfare, prisons, foreign policy. Make Britain Great again. or Create an Account


Iain Duncan Smith - fascist?
17-02-2017, 05:28 PM, (This post was last modified: 04-06-2017, 03:02 PM by Spes.)
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Iain Duncan Smith - fascist?
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Is Iain Duncan Smith Benito Mussolino's illegitmate son?

I can only presume Iain Duncan Smith or "IDS" as he is often referred (more like IBS), that Iain Duncan Smith is a fascist based on his claim that holding another referendum on the EU is somehow undemocratic; perhaps he would like to get rid of elections on the basis they are undemocratic too. Let us not forget that Iain Duncan Smith, the reason I stopped voting Conservative, allegedly has many friends that are likely to do very well out of Brexit, as they would have done out of his Workfare legislation (which the Court of Appeal thankfully ruled as being unlawful). IDS is not a friend of the everyday working and middle classes of the UK. For me, he is as smarmy and self-important as they come.

If there is a single politician I despise their demeanour of more than Michael Gove, it is Iain Duncan Smith; ironically or perhaps not, both of their wives work for the Daily Mail. Apparently IDS lives in a £1.5million house provided rent free by his wife's father, the 5th Baron Cottesloe, and has apparently amassed over £1million in personal wealth since he joined the Conservative Party (after leaving a lacklustre career in the army). Controversy surrounds IDS' honesty, especially with regard to his claims about his education in Italy (how ironic); it seems Iain Duncan Smith is a proven liar and enemy of decent people of the UK.

Holding a second referendum is not undemocratic IDS, refusing to hold one is. If the deal we negotiate with the EU is so good, if the trade opportunities post-Brexit are so great, then your cause has nothing to fear, does it? But, perhaps when the British public increasingly realise the realisites of Brexit, they may be glad of a second referendum

Iain Duncan Smith is a dictator who failed miserably as leader of the Conservative Party. He has hatred against the everyday British people in his heart. He is everything I detest and, let me repeat, I was once a Tory voter.
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