Monday, 29 June 2009

New Labour's Rotten State

If we need to get a perspective on New Labour's 12 years of corruption and criminality then look here at part 1; and here for part 2. Courtesy of Hagley Road.

Add into that the increasing number of quangos, databases and CCTV cameras, the interference of the state in more and more aspects of our lives, the attrition of our liberties, and the subservience to the EU (entailing, among other things, the start of the dismantling of the United Kingdom as a single political entity and the privatisation of the Royal Mail).

It is not looking good.

In fact it's looking really bad.

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