#CameronMustGo

spideysaves:

as always an imaginative take

Originally posted on juxtaposed:

There was a ‘Cameron Must Go’ drive on Twitter, this Saturday, 22nd November, 2014. Here are my in-under-140-characters contributions to the hashtag:

#CameronMustGo
For all that he grows
Is poverty, bubbles and greed
He’s a PR for hire
Can’t lead; can’t inspire
Can only sow crony knotweed

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“Call me ‘Dave'” he crowed
As though one of us
But #CameronMustGo:
His blue & new Establishment
Is all contempt &
Governs like a blunderbuss

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#CameronMustGo
& his company of wicked farce,
dissemblance & delusion & disdain.
Kick out their fattened arses
& do not vote for them again.

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As he promotes
competitive entropy
& showboats by
division, derision &
revisionism
seeing fit to gloat,
Electorate says “No:
#CameronMustGo”

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He’s unfit to grace the seat
he cheated,
lied & spun
to take & keep
but never truly won
& what small right he had has gone
#CameronMustGo

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Vampiric…

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Mob Rule or just intolerance to unfairness

Sometimes calm is not the answer, sometimes letting them know that it won’t be tolerated is the only thing left to do. The justice system is what is meant to be be blind to prejudice, blind to corruption and a defender of the a free society.

But when an unarmed teenager can be gunned down by a policemen it is apparently ok. Add to the equation that the policeman was white and the teen was black then justice is served.

60 years ago segregation was legal in America, and some areas of America probably still wish that was the case. Looting is a sign of the inequality in Society, a chance for the have nots to become haves. We think we are civilised but only if your colour and social standing gives you the opportunities that ‘you can have if you only work hard enough’.

Too be kind…. Viva l’anarchie

It’s unbelievable what unfairness we will accept despite it being obvious.

As NHS staff stage a 4 hour strike for a measly 1% pay rise, but paradoxically undermining their strike action by ensuring all services are covered (such is their dedication). However all the news is plastered with Lewis Hamilton, the man who says he’s British but won’t live here due to tax. What a fucking cunt, this man has more money than he can ever spend and refuses to live in this country even under a Tory tax regime.

There will always be a need for a state when people resort to primal instinct of selfishness and greed when confronted with a choice. What if all the NHS staff chose a different career, or chose to work private, but they won’t because it’s not in the psyche – most simply want to help people.

Who should we really applaud, who do we want to live in this country, who are the real heroes.

Too be Kind…….viva L’anarchie

Can you change your own sense of self – there is hope for UKIP voters

What the fuck, another homophobic, racist, misogynistic self centred cunt elected by people with probably the same values. Emily Thornberry resigned over her tweet that has had her labelled a snob – this is where values become fucked up. UKIP say we need to talk about immigration and the issues it causes, but what about talking about the UKIP voter that usually voted BNP or EDL – to me thats not snobbish just common sense -if the BNP & EDL were wiped off the face of the earth it would be a good thing. This isn’t snobbish just evolution – how has UKIP become the face of the working class, it isn’t, just the face of bigoted thick cunts who haven’t evolved over the last century, nothing to do with working class. I have been to Rochester and one of the first thing I noticed was that their were more St George’s cross flags on display with EDL emblazed all over them. The more society evolves the less aggressive and more tolerant it should be.

I see anarchy as the point at which society has evolved and progressed that people do not need to be told what to do, as they see everyone as an equal.

I am working class and ashamed to have my class associated with such ignorance – however there is hope – a chance for people to lose their own sense of their own self an become tuned with another person.

http://www.designboom.com/art/artist-will-spend-28-days-in-isolation-wearing-virtual-reality-11-20-2014/

Tories and TFL say Norwood Junction will not have access for all

Dear Mr Cooper,

Thank you for your e-mail to the Secretary of State for Transport. I have been asked to reply as I sponsor the Department’s Access for All programme, which improves access to selected railway stations across the country.

We are aware of the lack of step free access at Norwood Junction and we have previously looked at adding lifts under Access for All. The programme was launched in 2006 and includes 195 stations that will receive an accessible route into the station and to and between each platform. Around 140 of these projects are now finished and more than 1,100 stations have received smaller scale access improvements such as accessible ticket counters, toilets and tactile warning strips to help those with a visual impairment.

Unfortunately, when Network Rail began detailed planning for lifts at Norwood Junction it became apparent that there were a number of issues that meant the project could not be delivered. The main concern was overcrowding and safety, given the constrained nature of the station layout. The station was therefore withdrawn from the programme.

However, I understand that TfL now plan to look at Norwood Junction again and will be looking at options with Network Rail and LOROL over the next few months. I cannot of course guarantee that a solution will be any more possible now than when it was previously looked at, but I hope it will reassure you that the issue is being taken seriously by the rail industry.

You also asked if there was any legislation that could enforce changes to Norwood Junction. The rail industry is subject to the Equality Act 2010. However, this does not necessarily require changes to infrastructure, only that operators make reasonable adjustments to allow access to their services. Ultimately this is for the courts to decide, but train operators will usually supply an accessible taxi for anyone unable to use a particular station. There are also EU and UK standards that need to be met if infrastructure is changed at a station. However, there is no requirement to make stations accessible, only that any part of the station being worked on meets current standards.

I realise that this will be a disappointing reply but I hope that it explains the position.

Yours sincerely,

Neil Priest
Programme Sponsor
Access for All
Department for Transport

It’s all so fucked up that its beginning to get a little surreal!

Chatting with my friend Jane Nicholl, and her tireless effort in protesting and highlighting the new social apartheid that’s taking London by storm (See Ian Bone’s Blog for details), we chatted about how can anyone in their right mind accept this – one door for the rich, one door for the poor? This country / world is moving further away from equality; feminism has been boiled down that its your right and empowering to get you T&A out online or in magazines 9funnily enough owned by men); disabled people are becoming a nuisance forcing society to costly change, fucking shoot them – Darwinism in effect; and racism and homophobia – well just look at the rise of UKIP.

Equality isn’t about legislation, it’s a state of mind, and not one to be complacent about. The internet has allowed oppressing views to be perpetuated due to the anonymity people believe it has (ip address anyone) and now when a women stands up for anything they are threatened with rape, and a person who commits rape, denies they did it believes they have a right to have their live continue unaffected!

The tone of this video sums up the state of the nation at the moment.

 

CLACTON ARE TREADING WHERE EVERYONE SHOULD FEAR TO TREAD

I have friends whose family live in Jaywick, a place that has lots of issues, a place forgotten by most the public let alone the politicians – now they have turned to UKIP to help regenerate them. Lets not forgot, people voted for Douglas Carswell in last election when he was cloaked in blue, now he is in purple and waving his fist at immigration and Europe for destroying Clacton.

Expect more politicians to join UKIP, a haven for those who crave more power but are never going to get it from the Etonian Oxbridge Elite. UKIP give power hungry politicians a chance to gorge and grow their own ego. The people of Clacton think they will get change – no they won’t, UKIP still don’t represent the working classes, and it is the system that oppresses Clacton not Europe or immigration.

Ask anyone from Clacton if they won the Euromillions would they invest it in Clacton? This is the root of the issue, years of individualism created a hegemony of greed and selfishness orchestrated by those in power in order to maintain their dominance and position. Unfortunately UKIP are leading voters into the woods to see some puppies – isn’t that nice of them.

Too Be Kind…….viva L’anarchie

Conference Season just remind us all of how broke it all is.

Its a choice between the devil, the deep sea and the frying pan, unless you want to wear your badge of racism & mysogny with pride and vote UKIP – after all they are only saying what everybody is thinking (bollocks). The Tories have stopped preceding they care, as they probably realise the majority of this country doesn’t, and plan to kill the poor to make more space for the heartless and the rich. Labour, run by Ed who, have some policies but none is really sure what they are and the Liberals just want to be recognised as political party and not the lying turncoat joke that they are.

Class War are doing a grand job of their picket at 1 Commercial Street, but I fear that if the Tories have their way, there just won’t be poor doors but poor areas – only the wealthy will be allowed in 70% of the country!

Once politics became a job rather than representation of the public, it was always doomed; oxbridge and Eton being the equivalent of apprenticeships in other trades (yes I am old enough to remember apprenticeships).

TUC Demo on the 18th or the anarchist book fair? If all the speakers at the TUC demo actually read some literature from the anarchist book fair they wouldn’t go far wrong. And will the BBC report on it – no but they may mention the TUC demo (unless Class War brings it to its knees.)

To be kind………..viva L’anarchie

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