Dear Mr Brown.
When your government took power away from the Conservatives In
the late 1990s, you won the governership of this great country of
ours, with promises and an understanding that you were for the people. Your government has long been thought to be a party for the people, primarily for the workers, that through their hard
work keep this country afloat. You yourself have promised
"British jobs for British workers"
Your own party website has the words
"We want to create a society where power is held
accountable and where individuals are able to maximise control
over their own lives"
Well sir, I am now holding you and your government accountable.
I hold you accountable for opening the floodgates of foreigners
into this country, to force upon us multiculturalism (Where was
this in your electoral promises?), and in doing so taking away
the jobs from our British workers. You have assisted and allowed
an invasion of our shores by settlers many of whom hold no love
of this country. Never since the time of Vortigern, who allowed
the Saxons to settle here has such a thing been done, and the
consequences of such to this land was devestation and the loss of
During the terrible years 1914-1918 and 1939-1945, many
thousands of men and women fought and died for the freedoms that
we hold dear. They fought for this country to govern itself, and
to be a free nation that other countries look towards to see what
true freedom is. In one foul swoop with the Lisbon treaty, you
have taken this away from us. You have given away our power,
which we as a people entrusted you with to Europe (Mainly France
and Germany) You have turned the sacrifice that our forefathers
willingly and bravely made in two world wars a waste of time.
I also hold you accountable for the bunch of thieves that your
government is. Your ministers say that their claims for expenses
were "within the rules" (Dont't forget that as a people we put
our trust in you) I point this out to you, which are the guidelines
for claiming your expenses.
"Expenditure when you claim to be reimbursed for it should be
wholly, exclusively, and necessarily incurred for the performance
of your parliamentary duties. Members should avoid purchases
which could be seen as extravagant or luxurious, and they should
avoid getting any improper financial benefit."
"MPs ought to ask themselves: 'How comfortable do I feel with the
knowledge that my claim will be available to the public?"
Well obviously your MPs felt comfortable with their claims, which
goes to show that their concerns are not with the people of this
country, but with lining their own pockets. Yes you have promised
to change the system. But this is only because you have been
found out to be the lying bunch of thieves that you are. It is
too late Mr Brown, the truth is out. You country has lost their
faith in you and your pathetic excuse of a government, and I leave
you with these words of Oliver Cromwell, which I find most apt for
20th April 1653
Oliver Cromwell MP's speech given to the House of Commons:
"It is high time for me to put an end to your sitting in this
place, which you have dishonoured by your contempt of all virtue,
and defiled by your practice of every vice; ye are a factious
crew, and enemies to all good government; ye are a pack of
mercenary wretches, and would, like Esau, sell your country for a
mess of pottage, and, like Judas, betray your God for a few
pieces of money.
Is there a single virtue now remaining amongst you? Is there one
vice you do not possess? Ye have no more religion than my horse;
gold is your God; which of you have not barter'd your conscience
for bribes? …
…Ye are grown intolerably odious to the whole nation; you were
deputed here by the people to get grievances redress'd, are
yourselves gone! So! Take away that shining bauble there, and
lock up the doors. In the name of God, go!
David Cole 5th November 2009