Saturday, October 20, 2012

One more thing to try before taking to the streets with weapons

I sent this email to all of the LibDem MPs.


I hope that you take time to read this letter, I am sending it to all Liberal Democrat MPs. I am not your constituent, nor will I ever vote for your party, but I am obliged to do something, however feeble and pointless to stop the excesses of this current evil government, and its path of destruction.

Your complicity in supporting this dreadful regime should haunt you. Your part in forging this dreadful government of robbing the poor to pay the rich, destruction of the environment, dismantling and privatisation of the NHS, materialism and anti-humanity  should keep you awake at night and make it impossible to have any pride in your contribution to public life. Without your support, this vile collection of misanthropes would have been unable to inflict their repugnant ideas and policies on us.

But you know that already, don’t you? Perhaps you recall the times that the Liberal party was respected, if not voted for, by the rest of the country. There was a time that it had principles – middle of the road, and somewhat ill-defined they may have been - but most of us recognised that you opposed the worst excesses of the free-market philosophy and could be relied upon to side with freedom. You have murdered that heritage in as callous a fashion as Blair and Mandelson slaughtered the traditions and morality of the Labour Party.

Who among you cannot see that not only are Osborne’s economics those of feudalism but also completely ineffective? Is there anyone there who thinks that future generations will thank Gove for his regimentation of our schools and his lack of regard for the welfare of children? Do you think that Hunt’s policy of rewarding the 1% with giving them extra income from the health service to the detriment of the sick is anything other than criminal? Do you not see that Cameron is better suited to the stocks than the despatch box?

Strangely, I was not moved to write this letter by yet another moronic policy from Slimy Dave, but rather his appointment of George Young to the cabinet. He has replaced one idiot who thinks that policemen are plebs with another who thinks that the homeless are what you step over when you leave the opera. Congratulations on your choice of bedfellow.

If you think that some of what I might have said above is offensive, you should hear what I say when my sentiments are not curtailed by my awareness of the laws of libel.

End this coalition now. Vote against these people. Try to find some morality and love for humanity and pursue justice rather than the lust for power. If you do, for what it is worth, I will try to forgive you.

Love and peace         

7 comments:

Tim Footman said...

To be scrupulously fair to the bicycling baronet, didn't he send his kids to the local comp? Which doesn't sound like much, but for an Old Etonian Tory MP, it shows a certain level of imagination.

Vicus Scurra said...

First response, from the witty and amusing David Ward MP:

"Well it's better out than in"

Vicus Scurra said...

He was probably punishing them, Tim.

Vicus Scurra said...

Gordon Birtwhistle replied:
"As you are not a constituent I will not be commenting on your email."
I replied:
"And yet your failure to do so says so much more about your untenable position."

Richard said...

The robbing the rich bit, that's ok, isn't it.

Vicus Scurra said...

It is now

Vicus Scurra said...

Norman Baker replied:

"Love and peace?"

I responded:

"Yes, Norman, love and peace

Despite my anger at your policies, I bear you no personal ill, and wish you a life of happiness and fulfillment.

We may disagree on how you achieve that, I would prefer you find it away from politics unless you start opposing this government that stands for the opposite of love and peace."