February 10, 2006

New Labour

With all the fuss going on about Islamofascism some of the legislation proposed the Fascist party that is actually in power has been rather neglected. They are planning on not holding local elections next year, because they will be loosing a large number of councillors if the latest by-election in Dunfermline and Fife West is anything to go by.
Willie Rennie [Lib-Dem] overturned a Labour majority of 11,000 to win the Westminster seat in Dunfermline and Fife West by 1,800 votes.

The constituency, which borders that of Chancellor Gordon Brown, was one of Labour's safest heartland seats.
ID cards are still getting pushed through, even if they are now voluntary, and people are flying kites about using biometrics to ration drinking. The EU seems to be running in circles as to whether or not it is in favour of censorship, luckily New Labours Censorship Bill has been neutered by the Lords, and when the government attempted to remove these amendments in the Commons they lost again thanks thanks to a parliamentary rebellion. But now New Labour wants to get rid of Parliament entirely from the process of creating legislation, The Longrider is a bit angry about it, and Owen has some historical perspective on this. That people are willing to stand up to Islamofascism is a good thing, but we also need to continue to stand up to the fascists of New Labour.


Blogger Serf said...

They get more scary with time. Our Dear Leader was never a believer in the checks and balances, but he gains in arrogance as time passes, and considers anything that neuters his ambitions as a bad thing.

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