Don’t think your life will get better, just because Boris Johnson is going

Boris Johnson: he has left Parliament but he’s doing quite all right, thank you very much. Meanwhile it’s business as usual at Tory HQ and in Downing Street.

Here’s an excellent point, courtesy of Gary Stevenson:

It’s true – the Conservative Party is not an organisation of public servants; it’s a business.

It works for whoever pays it the best – and that isn’t the public, even if they are getting at least three times the average wage.

No – the Tory Party works for Mohamed Mansour, who has donated £5 million to Conservative coffers, along with other donors like him. Why do you think Tory donors, party members and friends got so many Covid-19-related business contracts when the usual scrutiny processes for awarding them were suspended because it was an “emergency”?

And Labour (under Keir Starmer) works for Gary Lubner, who’s donating $6 million to that party, along with donors like him.

When in government, both parties do a very good job for their real employers. That’s why the UK’s super-rich have expanded their wealth threefold since 2010.

This happens because both the Tories and Labour tell you that they’re working for you and will make your life better, and when election time comes around, whoever’s in office throws you a few scraps to make you think they mean it.

It’s time to wise up and realise you need to find someone else; you need to break the racket.

Because your money is running out of your hands and into their bank accounts faster than you think – and you probably don’t even know it yet.

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2 thoughts on “Don’t think your life will get better, just because Boris Johnson is going

  1. The Toffee

    Couldn’t listen to more than ten seconds of him. I’m sure his points are on the money but I just can’t stand people who drop their t’s when they speak.

    It’s beTTer…NOT beh-ah.

    Another one is people who begin each and every sentence/answer with the word ‘So’.


    Rant over. As for thongs getting beh-ah now that de piffle’s gone ..Well there’s always keef starmer to look forward to. 😒

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      I tend to agree with you on both points of annunciation, but if a person has something worthwhile to say, I’m not going to let that stop me hearing it.

      You’ll have got the gist from the article I wrote around the clip anyway, I hope.

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