Well, I it has to happen eventually, but as of the 13th of August, 2012, 6,000 JCP call centre employees went on strike. Somehow, I see this as happening again — just a thought. I do have to love the word ‘draconian’ as it is so pertinent and thrown around so often in the media, of late — and with due cause. It seems DWP are going to leave more than disability claimants out in the cold. I expect the government are expecting us to clean up the mess, as well.
With less and less public expenditure, you’d expect the Tories to be getting the country back on the ball, but in this blogger’s opinion, it’s only going to lead to further privatisation and the infection of this consumerist prison culture [note: 'prison' is in multifarious usage in this context] and what with all the money they stand to save once we vote on the referendum to leave the European Union in 2018, you’d think we could see more of that money put back into good use. What will happen, however, may prove a different story.
I’m pretty sure we’re already on the eve of he NHS disbanding. GPs and consultants enough seem prone to a strange and overwhelming rash of early retirement, if they can manage it. Couple that with the prevalence Unum and Atos privatised healthcare and a consistently more indifferent government, as far as public expenditure goes, and we may very well not be quite looking at the sweeping reforms for the better that most are expecting when our ConDem dimwit government has dragged this country, kicking and screaming, into 21st century Europe.
David Cameron… it has been postulated to me that he is only posing the referendum so he can stay in power until his target date of 2020. With his party’s increased financial interest in American expenditure (to put it lightly) we’d all be assuming he’s just making a bit of a politic sound off to come around to the middle class as legit and keep the peace in the body politic of the fanbase that keep his Tory regime in power. However, I am wondering if Cameron simply does not plan to not only leave the EU, but increasingly tighten the belt as concerns public expenditure so as to have a surplus of funds for whiskey, black jack, and hookers.
The States have made clear that they need the United Kingdom to remain in the European Union in order to get their foot in the door and start lining Geneva with Ameican business bucks… however, I cannot completely corroborate this notion, as something is missing from the puzzle, at this time. I haven’t figured out what, yet, but when I do I promise to staple it to Iain Duncan Smith’s face.
And soon to come in a succeeding post… the government is now trying to make it illegal for bloggers to have an opinion. Thus I may very well soon end up in some kind of Tory labour camp stamping license plates, doing laundry, or taking it up the arse from a fat tranny with an non gender-specific name. Glory be to Great Britain!