During 12 years of Tory management they have finally managed to turn Britain into a Third World Country. This is Third World Britain. The Tories have turned Britain into a third world country: an all done on their watch. The Tories have turned Britain into a Country where: people could die of hypothermia in the coming winter months, where people cannot find rental accommodation, where students cannot find affordable rents or suitable digs, where people are unable to find homes to rent and cannot afford to mortgages to buy homes. Britain is a country where people can no longer get a dentist, see a doctor or get timely health care. More and more people are relying on food banks. People have to make choices between feeding their families and keeping pets. People are having to make tough choices about heating their homes or eating food. People are seeing their businesses going down. People are being laid off due to the uncertainty that businesses are becoming unprofitable due to overhead costs spiralling out of control. This is Third World Britain. Welcome to Third World Britain a spectacular Tory Party vision and accomplishment.
What’s wrong with British people? Why are British people so against re-nationalisation of our utilities: our infrastructure? In recent months we have seen how the Energy Providers are exploiting a situation to maximise their profits. We have seen that their actions have led to Inflation and Intertest Rate rises. The time has come to seek to re-nationalise the utilities and in particular the Energy Providers. How long can the British avoid nationalisation of the Energy Companies when it’s starring you in the face as the only solution to deal with Inflation and the ‘ Cost of Living Crisis’. A Tory government will not do this and without it there is not even a single glimmer of hope that a change in the leadership of the Tories will help at all. Liz Truss is a false hope and a mere waste of time. To invest any hope in her to do the right thing will prove to be a costly mistake. Liz Truss can’t be relied upon to do the right thing and nationalise the energy providers in the UK. It’s a blind spot for all Tories and as long as it is then right thing to do will remain undone. So there needs to be a call for the Tories to stand aside so that someone can actually get the job done and do what needs to be done: and that is quite simply to take the energy providers back into public ownership. Re-nationalise the energy providers right now and while we are at it take the railways and the water providers back into public ownership now. And if we can’t re-nationalise these utilities let’s consider squeezing them out of business by introducing a Government sponsored version of the Gad and Electricity providers. If we cannot re-nationalise let’s take public ownership through competition and hence no compensation and a small fraction of the cost of re-nationalising.
It gets more ridiculous: soon the British consumer will be subsidising the French and keeping their energy prices rises limited to only 4%. Yes France is currently re-nationalising their energy company EDF, which operates in the UK. So when consumers in the UK pay EDF their inflated energy prices they will be helping to keep the bills of their French counterparts at a 4% low. So are we British stupid or what?
Britain needs New thinking and New Strategies to deal with Inflation and this ‘Cost of Living Crisis’. Britain needs re-nationalisation of it’s utilities
So wake up Britain. Britain needs new thinking, new ideas and new strategies to deal with Inflation and this ‘Cost of Living Crisis’. Britain needs re-nationalisation of key industries: particularly the Energy Providers. The Tories are dedicated to protecting these profiteering energy companies. The Tories are the obstacle that we in Britain need to remove to tackle inflation and profiteering by these energy providers in the UK. Britain must demand re-nationalisation of the Energy Providers in the UK. To do this Britain must first push aside the Tories who are protecting them. Tory thinking is dogmatic and stale. Socialist Economic theory offers new thinking and new ideas to offer Britain a fresh start and a more prosperous future for everybody.
Reverse the privatisations of Thatcherism and sign my petitions now. Let’s make Britain a much better place.
Video evidence exposes ‘ Levelling Up’ as a fraud. Boris Johnson’s policy exposed as a cover up to divert funds away from urban areas to wealthy Tory rural areas. Rishi Sunak was filmed admitting that he personally diverted money allocated to urban areas to more wealthy rural areas under Tory control. So this is what the Tories meant by levelling up.
‘Levelling up was always just a slogan without substance. Levelling up was just a slogan designed to attract Labour Party voters with empty promises. Levelling up was a slogan designed to divide loyalties in a blatant attempt to defraud voters and grab power.
What is wrong with the British People and why are they such gluttons for punishment. Year by year our incomes become diminished through: utility price rises, spurious taxes (Sugar Tax), Rail Fare hikes and; the costs of goods, food and basic services increasing. Yet still our pay remains frozen or rises at a significantly lower rate than inflation and yet we still put up with it and muddle through. Britain is reverting back to the Victorian times again where we see: charities helping out the poorest sectors of society with a reliance upon philanthropy rather than state policies to support the poorest (which are more often than not the actual cause of the problems), massive rises in homelessness; and the belligerent exploitation of the plight of the poorest by wealthy landlords or unscrupulous employers. Most of us have become victims to this predatory behaviour from the wealthier classes either through our working conditions/practices or simply as a result of the all encompassing feedback we all get from Tory policies and their ideologies. Many of us are caught in a poverty trap just scrapping by and unable to afford to save to buy a home of our own. This simply will not do despite the sham, shallow concern expressed by Prime Minister Theresa May during her ‘JAM’ period, where she tried to convince you that she was concerned but time has revealed this not to be the case. This is position for which she has no real concerns for the plight of the exploited at all. Instead whole generations are being doomed to exist in this lifestyle: being exploited by low wages, few opportunities, dead end jobs or zero hours contracts. The Tories have always insisted that work should pay and they have oft used this as their justification and rallying cry to persecute the poorest unfortunate enough to have to rely on the Benefits System with repeated systematic attacks on the Benefits System in the UK. Yet despite this for the majority in low paid employment work simply is not paying nor bringing about any sort of rewards at all that you would associate with the effort required. This is not good enough! There is really no hope in sight for change: or is there?
Privatisations have not worked for the British Public. Privatisations have only been successful only for the shareholders and fatcats. It is now a failed experiment that needs to be addressed. The time for apathy about this issue is over. The privatisations of Margaret Thatcher and John Major have bankrupted Britain robbing money from the public purse and taking away any abilities of subsequent governments to invest in the infra-structure of Britain. The public have been cheated and robbed of their assets by these privatisations which now continue to hold their customers in contempt with massive price rises to satisfy the insatiable greed of the shareholders. These are Britain’s money making assets which have been taken away. It is time to come to our senses and put pressure on, or better still elect a government that is willing to tackle the issue head on and do the right thing. The public need action not some tinkering and adjustment to tariffs : empty promises that never seem to come to anything. This issue needs a complete overhaul and reversal of these privatisations which occurred under Margaret Thatcher and John Major regimes. In all cases the public was mis-sold these privatisations on the promise that it would be good for the consumer and that it was in the consumers best interests to have and benefit from increased competition. However in all cases this has not proved to be the case at all. All we have seen instead is Cartel like behaviour and confusing and mis-leading and expensive pricing structures. The public need to own the Gas Supply Industry, the Electricity Supply Industry and the Railways. It is firmly in the interests of the British Public to do so. With the Capital that public ownership would generate we could improve the NHS, improve public services and start to significantly reduce the National Debt in the UK. It could spell an quicker end to Austerity Measures, which have been unnecessarily imposed on us by a Tory Government and Coalition which lacks any real vision or ambition for Britain.