Opinion – Meet the invisibles – the wealthy and powerful at the heart of the Tory party | Polly Toynbee | Comment is free | The Guardian

British journalist and writer Polly Toynbee, p...

British journalist and writer Polly Toynbee, pictured at the “National Poverty Hearing” at Westminster; December 2006. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This is a powerful, must-read article by Polly Toynbee in the Guardian. Check it out!

via Meet the invisibles – the wealthy and powerful at the heart of the Tory party | Polly Toynbee | Comment is free | The Guardian.

Personally, I have never agreed with Polly Toynbee’s opinions nor her politics. She always seems to start with the conclusion and then looks for evidence to pad the argument. For me, this is undeclared bias and a sign of weakness in a journalist.

The article deliberately tries to paint the Tories as the party of the wealthy and powerful. That’s misrepresenting the Conservative voters. Tories value hard-work, application, education and skills training. They prefer to encourage people to help themselves, rather than extending the benefit net. By helping the economy to grow, there’s more opportunity to help the genuinely needy.


Opinion – Brussels will breathe a sigh of relief when I’m gone, says Cameron | EurActiv – John Gelmini

This article from Dr Alf encapsulates an excellent piece of political theater.

Both Ed Miliband and David Cameron are Bilderbergers and members of the Committee of 300. So are George Osborne, Ed Balls, Nick Clegg, Kenneth Clarke, Tony Blair and a number of people who are supposedly politically opposed to each other. Also within these groupings are Matthew Festing, Head of the Knights of Malta, the Queen, Prince Philip and Prince Charles. These organisations operating under the direction of their steering committees are committed to the idea of 10 unions and the eventual amalgamation of those unions into a single Government for all the world.

For those who like evidence like Dr Alf, Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, George Bush Senior, the former Polish Pope, Henry Kissinger and a number of others also in these 2 groupings have all said as much and can be heard saying it on You Tube.

David Cameron has a record of breaking promises so if he wins the UK General Election as Paddy Power the bookmakers think he will, he will find a way of finessing the Referendum.

If Miliband wins, there will be no referendum, and if he wins with the help of Alex Salmond and la Sturgeon, the UK will break up and will have to reapply in its individual components for EU membership.

Should the Euro or the Dollar fail, a Plan B is ready in the form of a new currency, the Amero which is ready for distribution and has been since 2005 when Medvedev of Russia can be seen on You Tube holding up an Amero coin minted in gold.

John Gelmini