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Anybody that has watched my videos or regularly read my blogs will know that I have spent much of the last few years attacking Britain’s voting system. I have regularly explained and blogged that voting does not and can not change anything yet this year and this general election I am telling people to vote, why? Two words JEREMY CORBYN.
I have been interested in politics since my teenage years and I remember believing Tony Blair was going to come along and change British politics for the better, could it get any worse than Margret Thatcher and John Major? Unfortunately Tony Blair turned out to be just as bad maybe worse, we all knew what Margret Thatcher and John Major was, Tony Blair on the other hand offered us hope but gave us more wars, he used propaganda and the corporate media to get where he got and the fact the corporate media was backing him should have been enough to convince us that he was just another puppet, but at the time I was 16 and didn’t understand how politics really works. I blame our weak performing education system for this in later years the Internet enlightened me!
In 2010 Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats shocked the nation by collecting over eight million votes, they based their campaign around scrapping tuition fees and getting rid of corruption in politics, Nick Clegg had pledged that he would never join the Conservatives. This surprise result lead to a hung parliament and Nick Clegg was faced with a choice, create a collision with the Conservatives or with Labour. To the surprise of the nation and many of his voters he choose to form a collision with the Conservatives! After forming his collision he did not challenge them on any of their policies, tuition fees and fairer politics were forgot about. The Liberal Democrats are still paying for his lies to this day after spending the next five years ignoring the people that were misguided enough to vote for them, Nick Clegg was disgraced and exposed as just another lying puppet to the elite and the Conservatives.
I didn’t vote in 2010 because at this stage I was convinced that all politicians were just lying spin masters that had no idea of the real problems and issues that normal people go through.
In 2015 Ed Miliband was the leader of the Labour party, I voted Ed Miliband not because I had faith in him but I figured it has to be better than another five years of the Conservative Party. For me (at the time) Ed Miliband was torn he wanted the votes of the working and poorer classes but he also wanted to please the corporate media and the establishment, he was undecided and confused.
Now in 2017 Labour have Jeremy Corbyn, he is not undecided and confused and he does not appear to be another puppet of the establishment in fact if he stays true to his words he sees the establishment for what they are, the enemy of freedom and the people. The corporate media can not stand him, they hate him and seem to fear him as they spend most of their time blatantly attacking him and promoting and propagating Theresa May’s corrupt Conservative party.
So after years of making videos and writing blogs that essentially tell people that our democracy is a farce and voting will not change anything, I have changed my mind for this election. I believe that voting Jeremy Corbyn could change the direction of British for the better.
I stand by the fact that British democracy is a farce and I believe the propaganda of the mainstream media make this undeniable but I do believe that voting Jeremy Corbyn could benefit the masses and take power from the establishment and that is surely a good thing.