Scotland has always been a nation of “hard acts to follow”, and that is why we know we must get our house back in order.
Let’s start at the top, Westminster – a hated group of MPs who are at present putting our country through the wringer, love them or hate them we seem to give them red carpet treatment who in reality deserve at present resentment and the sack all rolled into one.
At one time not so very long ago, ALL MPs came from people like us, ie; ordinary people, shopkeepers, teachers, etc… who considered that they could contribute to their local or national area by starting off as local politicians and eventually proving their worth and getting voted into the U.K. parliament.
To help you understand better; these are the percentage of Elitist Britain who are in positions of power with the source coming from Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission;
71% of senior judges
62% of senior armed forces officers
55% of top civil servants
36% of the cabinet
43% of newspaper columnists
Today’s Westminster parliament are in a class of their own! with 28 millionaires, today’s Westminster MPs are as far out of touch with their constituents that they can possibly be – simply look at some of these so called career politicians and then look again at their secure voting areas with austerity, food banks and disabled citizens – all crying out for help while watching how their local medical and hospitals are being dismantled – it is no less a lesson in citizens humility towards their dictatorial betters being financially better off, because it is certainly not intelligence.
Today’s MPs as we are all aware are placing buying arms and bullets before our citizens, and making sure that their own personal financial futures are processed first before the peoples welfare and social justice.
How many of you reading this has financial interest in the NHS being privatised – shame on you if you are one of these individuals! Don’t get me wrong there is nothing wrong in making bundles of money but placed in priority AFTER the countries social and welfare programs – arms and bullets are not and have never ever been since 1945 a priority, and may I add should never ever be unless in an emergency.
Although history tells us that the Tories have never ever put citizens first before privatising everything once owned by the great British public, it also tells us that unless we get rid of these greedy Westminster money making politicians, you can easily spot them! – these are the ones you see on the news from your local area and you say ” Who???” Scotland in particular will suffer badly, especially after the recent vote if we do not get our house in order – with so many movements going on at present we must all make noises to return a positive future for our nation.
When you are considering those obscenities, such as food banks, austerity (forced hardship) and the pressures on the NHS consider also those families who have shrunk so low in their forced shame by these money making Westminster schemes that in bereavement they cannot afford to bury their loved ones, so to die is another unspoken problem.
My theory is quite simple and straightforward;
1 . Get rid of the existing Westminster government and do not have a short memory for the next choice whoever they may be.
2. Scotland must vote for one party only at the next election, to keep out the contaminated MPs who have the smear of food banks, austerity and NHS closures on their hands – for example’; one prominent MP posed for a photograph while opening another obscene food bank.
3. We must all put our welfare and social needs first and these should be our priority to question our chosen politicians. When we ask our local politicians we need concrete proof they are not telling porkies, especially about welfare and social justice. Our children and grandchildren need a future, at present they do not have a future except in a foreign land.
4. Now that Scotland knows that voting means absolutely nothing in a national vote our energy should be directed at all local elections making sure every single local councillor has welfare and social justice as their priority – if they are not 100% committed to welfare and social justice, do not vote for them. We must change our habits to include the benefit of those around us as this influences our children’s future, and in turn our grandchildren future.
5. I believe; like millions of others that ALL MPs wages should be frozen, and their wages go up at the cost of living rises the exact same as you and me, and automatically reviewed every ten years. MPs should have no personal interest in anything to do with Government in this Country or any other with respect to shares stocks etc…without exception! The should not be allowed to sit on directors chairs, partners etc either! An MPs wages are huge compared with most employees, they should appreciate this, as it will encourage a closer working relationship with the people whom they represent. I also believe that all MPs whoever they are should spend at least one week each month in local MPs surgeries, they are voted into parliament and local councils to do our bidding, not the other way around. ALL MPs and Councillors should be more answerable to all their constituents so that we as citizens can appreciate what they are doing for us daily.