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Big Society? Tory Blue With a Touch of Red.

London, UK (Feb 15) – David Cameron, Prime Minister of Great Britain, has made it clear that it is his mission to make his “Big Society” idea work, despite allegations that it is falling to pieces thanks to his governments spending cuts.

Cameron, in a speech to “social entrepreneurs” said that it would get his full “passion” over the course of his leadership.

A communist is like a crocodile: when it opens its mouth, you cannot tell whether it is trying to smile or preparing to eat you up

David Cameron has been rattling on about The Big Society since the early days of his campaign, back when everyone – Tory voters included – thought that he was just a blank eyed idiot with a collection of some of the dumbest ideas to have ever been muttered in the world of serious politics.  This was the flagship policy, beating Hug a Hoody, shoes made of grass and cutting spending to save the economy that last one would be a funny joke if they were not so into it.

The aim of this policy is to “create a climate that empowers local people and communities, building a big society that will take power away from politicians and give it to people.”  Do not worry; I think it is supposed to sound like a Communist agenda.  If it is not then you have to wonder what kind of idiots Cameron surrounds himself with, someone must have put their hand up and pointed out the glaring similarities, I am guessing it is was an homage.  An attempt by Mr. Cameron to sound like he knows what he is talking about, and let us not forget his hero is Thatcher.  Human nature dictates that you strive to go a step further than your heroes do.  If you want to take things a step further than Thatcher, Communism would be as good a place as any to begin.  Maybe after Big Society takes root he will move on to solve Thatcher’s Final Solution to the Scottish and Welsh problem.

Dr John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York warned that a complete 180 in policy would be needed in order for The Big Society to work, investment rather than cuts.   Tessa Jowel, Labour, pointed out that Cameron is undermining his own Big Idea with his spending cuts.

Sir Stephen Bubb, head of The Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organizations made it perfectly clear, just in case Cameron was listening.  Bubb, speaking to Sky News said, “You can hardly build a big society if the very people at the heart of that vision are cutting back on the work they do.”  Hopefully, Cameron will hear the voices against this nonsense over the sound of his underlings screaming Hasta Victoria Siempre, the new sound of Downing Street.

Cameron came out swinging in defense of his one idea, saying that it was important to give power back to the people, and giving the plebs a sense of mission and purpose would make for a stronger country.  That is to volunteer, and give up your time to fix the country that these half-witted politicians have managed to destroy through years of Capitalism.  That is what I am taking from this, Communism is good, Communism is pure, do not question the Leader.

Cameron’s defense of this idea is painting him a little like someone on Idol or X Factor, who went into the audition with such belief and conviction that they really cannot believe that the judges are not into it.  Absolute belief in their talent, they have this amazing product and can garner no interest.  This type of person can be seen leaving the auditions screaming about how we have not seen the last of them and how their unique talent will see them through.  Sadly, for us, some idiots voted for this buffoon and we are about one-step away from some upper-class communism, let the poor sort it out.

Henry Hunter.  WorldNewsVine UK

henryhunter Posted by on February 14, 2011. Filed under England,Henry Hunter Politics - World News,Opinion and Editorial,Opinion Editorial,Political Satire,United Kingdom,WorldNewsVine. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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