One political theory put to rest

Thanks again, Lord T – most topical this one, given current events:

Not long ago there was a theory – Never attribute to malice what can be put down to stupidity.

Basically it was saying that where we thought our ruling class was deliberately screwing us by destroying education, the economy, our freedoms, stealing our money and everything else it was doing it wasn’t deliberate, it was just because they had good intent but couldn’t organise a piss up in a brewery.

Maybe that was true at one time but this time we know differently. It is clear to all including them what is happening but the persist on holding on to the reins of power until as many of their policies as possible are implemented in the belief that once started the next party will not cancel them. In the case of the Lisbon Treaty to make a commitment that would be difficult to reverse.

It is a deliberate policy, it is not accidental and it is therefore treason.

‘Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.’ – John F. Kennedy (1917 – 1963)

So what are we doing about it? As usual, we do nothing but wait in the hope that someone, anyone else, will fix it. How we have fallen. What happened to the British bulldog spirit? We are poodles.

Yet over the pond, a society similar to ours, are standing up after only months of Socialist control. I used to think it was because they had a constitution which stopped them from being disarmed. Now I realise it is much more. These people have a different mindset which is difficult, if not impossible, to find in the UK today outside criminals.

How will the public get that mindset back? Will it require millions of deaths as all Socialist states seem to bring with them as their legacy or will we wake up before then? I’ll not hold my breath.

12 comments for “One political theory put to rest

  1. October 27, 2009 at 11:31

    “These people have a different mindset which is difficult, if not impossible, to find in the UK today outside criminals.”

    I like that. George MacDonald Fraser said that the country would be defendsible as long as we had football hooligans – and he also said he wasn’t joking.

    And of course, the Founding Fathers were also criminals, destined for the worst kind of judicial execution if the Revolution failed.

    Yet I just want a peaceful life!

  2. October 27, 2009 at 12:39

    What we are supposed to do about it is vote… But they do say if it changed anything it would be illegal.

  3. October 27, 2009 at 13:11

    The founding fathers were only criminals if the US lost 🙂

  4. October 27, 2009 at 18:50

    It is so frustrating to have friends smile when coming out with this, something I’ve been saying since 2003 or detractors say they don’t believe in conspiracy theories when the proof was there to be seen but none would look.

    In one way, I’m glad it’s come out about the immigration and Labour’s policy because they really are trying to screw us for a political ideal and maybe people will now say, “Ooo, so it was true then.”

  5. October 27, 2009 at 22:18

    I dunno…. I’m just online to get my eggs fertilized!

  6. October 27, 2009 at 23:09

    Well at least you know I am so annoyed about it all that I have been trying to do something!!! My annoyance has been bubbling since before 2003 though 😉

  7. October 28, 2009 at 11:51

    It still amazes me James that you believe (strongly) in the Them that is taking over the world and yet you believe Them (strongly) when they say the sky is falling (climate porn)

    • October 28, 2009 at 12:11

      It still amazes me m’lord that you just don’t get it. The hard evidence is there, lots of it from reputable sources but you don;t want to look at it.

  8. October 28, 2009 at 15:10

    In fairness to James, “the sky is falling” view of AGW isn’t a conspiracy theory. The idea that scientists and politicians are conspiring to falsify (or at least to misrepresent) data so consistently is. Those of us who believe that AGW is a fraud perpetrated by political elites, with the connivance of scientific elites, to justify greater power for themselves are in the uncomfortable position that James often occupies. As an aficionado of the cock-up theory of history (based on decades of observation of the levels of stupidity to be found in all strata of human society), I hate being in this position. But I feel I must at least be honest enough to acknowledge it.

  9. October 28, 2009 at 16:58

    I’ve actually come back to the cockup theory a bit more – not everything is conspired but the overall game plan is definitely being pursued and we need look no further than that immigration admission.

  10. October 28, 2009 at 17:45

    Lord Nazh said…

    “It still amazes me James that you believe (strongly) in the Them that is taking over the world and yet you believe Them (strongly) when they say the sky is falling (climate porn)”

    When Them try to stop us eating meat… I wonder what condescending sheeple taste like, with a few sprigs of rosemary sticking out of their backside?

  11. October 28, 2009 at 18:30

    The issue with climate change is that it is actual happening. Everyone, unless they live in extremes such as Alaska or the Sahara, can actually remember events from their youth that do not happen today.

    The issue, and the conspiracy, is that our lying theiving politicos are using the fears of events to happen based on an exaggerated extrapolation to tighten their controlon what we do and to tax us more under the banner of doing something to save the planet.

    The fact is, like road taxes, very little willgo towards what it is intended for because they actually know that there is little we can do to stop it becausemost of it is down to the sun and the taxes will come in handy to fund our deadbeat state and the employment of more state busybodies to solidify control.

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