In May, on election day, before you put your cross in the box marked Labour think, but most importantly remember.
Remember the great economic disasters of Labour, the debt that our great grandchildren will still be paying off.
Remember the dumbing down of Britain’s education system
Remember the attacks on free speech
Remember the ‘hate speech’ and ‘hate crime’ legislation that is almost entirely used against the majority community.
Remember the problems caused by mass and inappropriate immigration
Remember the politicisation of the police
Remember the dead adults and children from the Stafford, Cumbria and other hospital scandals
Remember the local government corruption
Remember the festering sore that is unchecked postal voting which is chipping away at the honesty of the electoral system
Remember the thousands of British girls raped, tortured, groomed and trafficked by Muslims and the police, social services and councillors, mostly in Labour boroughs, who ignored their cries for help.
Remember the intrusions into your life by the State
Remember the Muslim terror attacks of 7/7 carried out by Jihadists who Labour ignored until it was too late.
Remember the dead from this and other attacks
Remember Lee Rigby who may be alive today had it not been for Labour’s consistent arse-licking of the Islamic savages who murdered him.
Remember the smoking ban in pubs
Remember the plans to put every child under state surveillance
Remember the Britons who are unable to do the jobs that are offered because the education system has failed to equip our young people for them
Remember the evisceration of Britain’s universities and the lowering of standards so that a totally unrealistic 50% of young people could have a ‘degree’ which is in reality only about the same academic level as an A level in the 1970s
Remember the encouragement of gambling
Remember the soldiers, sailors and aircrew who died or were maimed in the wars that started under Labour’s watch
Remember the bloating of the State and the growth of ‘non-jobs’ like diversity officers and five a day co-ordinators
Remember the cities and towns like Grimsby, where the negative effects of long term Labour rule are all too apparent.
Remember the thousands of extra ‘crimes’ created by Labour legislation of which ‘hate speech’ ones are just some of the most pernicious
Remember the Climate Change Act that pushed up fuel prices and which sends Britons into penury and kills our pensioners
Remember the worthless and inefficient windfarms scarring out countryside
Remember the ‘Equalities Act’ that has been described as ‘socialism in one act’
Remember the Britons who have had to flee, if they are able to, from areas that have been ‘enriched’ with uncivilised imports
Remember all those Britons who can’t leave these ‘enriched’ areas and who live in fear of their children being murdered or raped.
Remember how Labour turned Britain into ‘CCTV nation’.
Remember how those who became senior Labour ministers once supported the Paedophile Information Exchange
Remember how Labour made Margaret Hodge, who when leader of Islington Council didn’t do nearly enough to root out a paedophile ring operating there, into the Minister for Children
Remember how under Labour Britain’s manufacturing base shrank
Remember how under Labour governments and in many Labour local authorities you stood more chance of getting public housing if you were a welfare claiming foreigner than if you were a hard working Briton
Remember the contempt that Labour hold you in if you believe in heterosexual marriage, stable families with one breadwinner and one child carer or if are Christian, or an Orthodox Jew or if you see the problems caused by a slavish adherence to multiculturalism. Remember the death of freedom of conscience as well as freedom of speech.
Remember the restrictions on the right of peaceful assembly
Remember Labour’s hatred for British culture
Remember the denigration of our history and our heroes and the bent propaganda posing as ‘history’ being taught to our children
Remember the crime filled streets, the lack of punishment for criminals and the denigration of the idea of justice
Remember Labour’s contempt and hatred for the very working classes which it professes to wish to support.
Remember all this and more, not just from Labour’s 13 years of horrific misrule, but also the scandalous and tragic mismanagement of those areas that turn in Labour councils year after year after year.
When you go to the polling station in May remember what Labour is, and not what Labour tells you it is, and do not vote Labour, vote for someone or something else. If you stay at home and don’t vote then you are helping to hand Labour with its ‘herd vote’ of those vote Labour because their dad and granddad did, and those who dishonestly vote early and vote often by post. To vote Labour at this time would be a form of national suicide.
Remember what Labour has done to this country, our people and our culture, and don’t let them do it again.