Fake people struggle to pretend to be real especially politicians.

Some people are surprised by the success of Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell as politicians but I am not really surprised (I was surprised by the result by that was mainly due to media and polls predicting a landslide) and I think a lot of their success is down to their realness as people. Labour have been stuck in the middle of the right and governed by corporate sponsored puppets and it has shown in their polices and their results. It’s hard to connect with real people or help people on real issues when you are paid by big business and rich businessmen.

One newspaper reported that Theresa May hated the slogan “strong and stable” and wanted to axe but her hate for it did not stop her using it over and over again. This exposes the problem with Theresa May and many politicians, they spend so much time reading their scripts playing their roles, they lose grip on reality and what they stand for.

If you lose grip and sight of our reality how can you be real and be trusted to address real problems? Watching Theresa May nearly in tears on the TV directly after the results come through shows how short sighted and detached from reality she has become. She claims her actions and decision making lead to Conservative MPs losing their seats (which they did) she was visibly more emotional effected by that than, more than I have ever seen her before. But you could argue that her and her governments actions and decision making have in the past lead to thousands of civilian deaths in Syria and Libya, put more people than ever in dead end jobs, caused poverty and made many people homeless. None of that seems to bother her at all.

She has lost sight of reality and due to this connecting with real people is her problem, she refused to do the TV debates and large public appearances for this reason.

Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell do not need to fake their beliefs or work around them to suit corporations and scripts because they are real beliefs from real people.

ARE THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY DYING?

The graph below shows what age group voted who in the 2017 general election according to a YouGov survey. Does this poll show that the Conservative Party are slowly dying and finding votes for them in future elections is going to be very hard work?

Or does this poll show that as we age we are more lightly to change our vote to a Conservative vote? Why would we do this?

I hope it show the Conservatives are a dying Party and an old fashioned group of war mongers that the world is better off without.

The Conservatives lost this election and should not even be in power!

I know what you are thinking I’m deluded Conservatives won the most seats so they won the election. But what should be considered above seats is actual votes and if democracy was to prevail Britain would now be moving towards being a socialist state as opposed to a Capitalist state. Why? Look at the vote numbers below.

General Election 2017 results
PARTY SEATS NET CHANGE IN SEATS VOTES VOTE SHARE NET PERCENTAGE CHANGE IN SEATS
Party

Conservative

318 Net change in seats-13 Votes13,669,883 Vote Share42.4 Net change in seats+5.5
Party

Labour

262 Net change in seats+30 Votes12,878,460 Vote Share40.0 Net change in seats+9.5
Party

Scottish National Party

35 Net change in seats-21 Votes977,569 Vote Share3.0 Net change in seats-1.7
Party

Liberal Democrat

12 Net change in seats+4 Votes2,371,910 Vote Share7.4 Net change in seats-0.5
Party

Democratic Unionist Party

10 Net change in seats+2 Votes292,316 Vote Share0.9 Net change in seats+0.3
Party

Sinn Fein

7 Net change in seats+3 Votes238,915 Vote Share0.7 Net change in seats+0.2
Party

Plaid Cymru

4 Net change in seats+1 Votes164,466 Vote Share0.5 Net change in seats-0.1
Party

Green Party

1 Net change in seats0 Votes525,435 Vote Share1.6 Net change in seats-2.1
Party

UKIP

0 Net change in seats-1 Votes594,068 Vote Share1.8 Net change in seats-10.8
Party

Social Democratic & Labour Party

0 Net change in seats-3 Votes95,419 Vote Share0.3 Net change in seats0.0
Party

Ulster Unionist Party

0 Net change in seats-2 Votes83,280 Vote Share0.3 Net change in seats-0.1
Party

Alliance Party

0 Net change in seats0 Votes64,553 Vote Share0.2 Net change in seats0.0
Party

National Health Action

0 Net change in seats0 Votes16,119 Vote Share0.1 Net change in seats0.0
Party

The Yorkshire Party

0 Net change in seats0 Votes20,958 Vote Share0.1 Net change in seats0.0
Party

British National Party

0 Net change in seats0 Votes4,642 Vote Share0.0 Net change in seats0.0
Party

Christian Peoples Alliance

0 Net change in seats0 Votes5,869 Vote Share0.0 Net change in seats0.0
Party

English Democrats

0 Net change in seats0 Votes1,913 Vote Share0.0 Net change in seats0.0
Party

Monster Raving Loony Party

0 Net change in seats0 Votes3,890 Vote Share0.0 Net change in seats0.0
Party

Pirate Party

0 Net change in seats0 Votes2,321 Vote Share0.0 Net change in seats0.0
Party

Social Democratic Party

0 Net change in seats0 Votes469 Vote Share0.0 Net change in seats0.0
Party

Women’s Equality Party

0 Net change in seats0 Votes3,580 Vote Share0.0 Net change in seats0.0
Party

Workers Revolutionary Party

0 Net change in seats0 Votes771 Vote Share0.0 Net change in seats0.0
Party

Others

1 Net change in seats0 Votes186,675 Vote Share0.6 Net change in seats+0.3

Turnout and Electorate

Turnout

68.7%

Electorate

46,843,896

So nearly 47 million were eligible to vote but only 13,669,883 voted Conservatives. Labour won 12,878,460 and the Liberal Democrats won 2,371,910, a further 525,435 voted Green Party and 164,466 voted Welsh party Plaid Cymru and then 95,419 voted Social Democratic & Labour Party what do all these parties have in common? They are left wing and this has not even considered the SNP who also claim to be anti austerity and very anti Conservative. Even if we add UKIP and the Democratic Unionist Party’s numbers to the Conservatives we still do not even get close to their opposition. 15,251,155 voted parties that have policies much more in line with socialism than they do capitalism. And if we add the SNP’s vote on to that figure (as they do claim to be anti austerity and anti Conservative) which was 977,569 votes we end up with 16,228,724 anti Conservative votes. 
That is why the Conservatives lost this election and are no longer (never was in opinion) a legitimate government.