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Once you have felt the pain and accept that things must change, don’t make the mistake of electing more of the same kind of politicians all over again

With an unpayable level of national debt that this Government created, our Politicians have zero understanding of the chaos that massive inflation alone is already unleashing upon real people whose lives they have never even attempted to understand.

They cannot see the harm that the companies and big money they created a deferential system for have done and are still doing through an unending greed for ever greater profits and bank account balances that they will never be able to spend.

Because they are stories that cannot and will not help them keep their seats, those same charlatans, masquerading as public representatives, blithely ignore world events and the behaviour of foreign leaders. That is, unless involvement and association with their ‘power’ can in some way enhance their own.

The funny thing is, that as we tumble into the dark depths of a cost-of-living crisis and fall in living standards that is going to affect us all, we are still allowing the same people leading us to pretend that they and their kind had nothing to do with the chain or events, the choices or the decisions that brought us here.

As the UK faces problems that are unprecedented in modern times, we must face a chilling reality; The architects of all the difficulties and challenges that we face in the months and years ahead, are the very same people who are in charge of the Country right now.

Those politicians who have gone before them or will come and replace them, may look, sound and tell us they are different. But if we stick to what we know and recognise today, they will be exactly the same.

Sooner or later, and probably a lot sooner than anyone can imagine today, the circumstances that surround us will have changed unrecognisably and we will be experiencing pain, hardship and change that affects us all.

When that time comes, as a growing number of us know and accept that they will, we must ensure that the change in the way that we do politics across this Country is no longer top-heavy and dictated by the interests of the few. But is instead, led by the views, feelings and needs from our communities and the grassroots – where real life experience can be used to create a new way of being that is as good for one as it is for all, rather than what’s works to benefit one being forced upon us all to the detriment of the many.

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