The UK is declining fast. Why do voters insist on supporting those responsible?

Last Updated: May 3, 2023By

Have a look at these lines from Palladium magazine:

Reporting from the Financial Times has claimed that at current levels, the UK will be poorer than Poland in a decade, and will have a lower median real income than Slovenia by 2024. Many provincial areas already have lower GDPs than Eastern Europe.

How ironic that a major excuse for Brexit was an unwillingness to accept people from Poland coming to the UK for the higher levels of pay hear – and now people from this country are more likely to want to move to Poland for the higher standard of living there!

The article goes on to make a few dire predictions:

As long as London remains relatively prosperous, the British elite may continue to manage the UK’s decline for decades, even another century.

Things go well enough for the people that matter and there are plenty of distractions for those who don’t. And eventually, you find yourself just another vassal state in a cold, grey ocean.

Is that what you really want?

The problem appears to be the UK electorate’s addiction to the two-party state; you either get Labour or the Tories in charge and they never rock the boat. Business goes on as usual with the people at the top still secure in their luxury.

It’s the people at the bottom who have been feeling the pinch. And now – increasingly – the people in the middle as the effect of decline marches up through the population.

So the question becomes this: how long are you prepared to wait before setting out for a positive change?

Until the desire for it becomes a necessity? Until the necessity becomes a life-or-death crisis?

You don’t have to endure this permanent decline in living standards, imposed from above. You can do something about it.

And you can start today.

Source: Britain Is Dead

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