#Page48 – we need to talk about the Tory plan to impose a dictatorship on us

Further information is on Twitter: #page48

It’s the top trend on Twitter today – but strangely the BBC doesn’t mention it on its website, despite having discussed it on Newsnight yesterday.

I refer of course to page 48 of the Conservative Party manifesto: Boris Johnson’s plan to end democracy in the UK and install a dictatorship, with him as the head fascist.

It is couched in words that almost make the plan seem reasonable – Tories often try to lull voters into false security.

So while the manifesto states: “We will get rid of the Fixed Term Parliaments Act – it has led to paralysis at a time the country needed decisive action,” it means: We will impose an indefinite Conservative government.

While it states: “We will ensure that judicial review is available to protect the rights of the individuals against an overbearing state, while ensuring that it is not abused to conduct politics by another means or to create needless delays,” it means: We will impose a Conservative dictatorship that the courts cannot stop from acting illegally.

And while it states: “We will update the Human Rights Act and administrative law to ensure that there is a proper balance between the rights of individuals, our vital national security and effective government,” it means: We will remove your right to protest against our dictatorship and if you try to stop us, we will use the police and the armed forces to PUT YOU DOWN.

If you vote Conservative on December 12, that is what you are demanding.

The above clip shows the Tories don’t want to talk about it. They know what it means and they want to point you in any other direction.

But it seems the cat is out of the bag.


The message is clear:

A vote for the Conservatives is a vote to end the rule of law.

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2 thoughts on “#Page48 – we need to talk about the Tory plan to impose a dictatorship on us

  1. Stu

    People should be reminded that Bojob deliberately lied to the Queen and illegally closed Parliament for his own political ends.
    No remorse or respect for UK law.

    If that wasn’t enough of an alarm bell, then Lord help us all…..

  2. thecomplexplane

    The Labour Party are also pledging to abolish the FTPA, see page 82 of “It’s Time For Real Change.” Does that mean, then, that Jeremy Corbyn will make himself Prime Minister for Life if his party wins on Thursday?

    (For future reference, I do have concerns about my party’s War on Judicial Review and cannot comment on its HRA plans until I know just what they are – beyond some sort of soldier immunity amendment.)

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