Could be right too

Here’s a simple prediction. Not a single government will be re-elected anywhere in the developed world over the next three years. Inflation will wipe them all out.

Although if whoever it is can make the election about some other subject – abortion, foreigners, war, summat – then they might have a chance. So, watch as other issues are pushed then…..

14 thoughts on “Could be right too”

  1. Why bother having elections at all? We only ever elect another bunch of lying, incompetent, crooked, power hungry, infantile, sadists to replace the last lot.

    As someone else noted, if voting made any difference they wouldn’t let us do it.

    Also as someone else noted (on here), we have the Left, the Far Left and the Loony Left.

    p.s. Interesting that the Dum Libs have been shouting about the resounding ‘Fuck off, Tories’ they inflicted in Tiverton. 52% of 53% is 27%. There may have been a big swing, but it’s not what i’d call a massive majority of the electorate……

  2. Princess Nut Nuts

    Doubling down on the green agenda will be a winner. Oi, Boris you hopeless sack of shit, I have a winning election strategy for you!

  3. Concur with Addolff. Doesn’t matter what party you vote for, you get the government which is indistinguishable from the last government. Last time UK had a change of government was Thatch first term. By the time Major took over, Tories had become New Labour. Hence the seamless transition to Blair. New Labour the Director’s Edition. Which still seems to be in power. Even down to the PM having a mouthy wife.
    But they’re the only sort of government can co-exist with the current Civil Service. If Corbyn had got in, once the election fuss had died down, you still wouldn’t be able to tell the difference.

  4. I’ve a strong suspicion the the country’s actually run by the main stream media. Which basically means a bunch of arts grads with strong representation from those two pits of slime Oxbridge. Because it sets the agenda government dances to. Who also comprise most of the Civil Service. It’s executive arm.

  5. I had thought there was no chance of Boris leading the Tories into the next election, let alone to victory, but I had underestimated the window lickers in opposition. Now that Starmer had said a vote for Labour is a vote to rejoin the EU I guess the gammons will have to heave themselves out of their comfy chairs, switch off Bridgerton and vote for the useless fat fuck after all.

  6. Now that Starmer had said a vote for Labour is a vote to rejoin the EU I guess the gammons will have to heave themselves out of their comfy chairs, switch off Bridgerton and vote for the useless fat fuck after all.

    I mean, we all knew that was true, but he’s actually come out and said it?

    There goes Labour’s chance of restoring the Red Wall then. You can’t teach a fool like Starmer who simply won’t listen. Then again, it won’t be the first time that Labour have been the masters of their own correction.

  7. Norman Tebbit once said on telly that “Tony Blair believes everything that he sats, even if what he says today is the opposite of what he said yesterday.”

    I don’t think that Starmer actually believes in anything.

  8. I still think it’s too early to call a Labour victory. Whatever you can say about New Labour, they were focussing on things people cared about and had a load of people who appeared to be fairly sensible. And they were selling more spending at a time when the country could afford it.

    We’re in a place where there’s a load of debt and inflation and all Labour can promise is more spunking of money on trains and windmills. And having Emily Thornberry and David Lammy governning your lives. Whatever I think of Boris, how is that better?

  9. A lot of people were wondering why Trudeau called an early election during the pandemic l, I kept pointing out he wanted as long as possible before facing the electorate after the consequences of lockdown hit

  10. @BoM4
    Plus, even after being given a month or two to come up with a soundbite, Labour are still incapable of defining the word ‘woman’. And those pictures of Sir Keith taking the knee will feature prominently at the next election.

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