The gov’t doesn’t give a shit about you, only for your vote.
Yeah the feelings mutual, and I know I should vote but I dont, they’re all villains.
But still, I dont get why they are funding the nucular program of a potential enemy…
If you don’t vote then you have no place criticising the government for what they, in their position of vastly superior information, choose to do. They may all be villians, but some of those villians have different views on how the country should be run, and if you give a shit about anything around you or the country you should fucking man up and voice your opinion in the only real way you can.
And since when did pakistan become the source of all terror? I see you’ve been reading the daily mail. If you want facts I suggest you look elsewhere. Britain is a smart country, we have some of the smartest and best governement services on the planet, so if they think its in our interests to give money to them, thats good enough for me.[/quote]
Thats my point, we have no idea what they are up to and I would like to know. Maybe then I would be behind it. I read the metro, that was a google job. Im not sure these people ARE that smart but if its good enough for your good self what am I worried about…[/quote]
If you read a bit about british history and the evolution of the civil services you might have a little more faith in them. We are one of the best informed countries on the planet, and the history books are filled with examples of british ingenuity and smartness with regard to our moves on the international stage. Read a bit more and you might begin to trust those that are responsible for keeping our way of life secure.[/quote]
Yeah, he’s right. Read up about Neville Chamberlain and more recently former London mayor Ken Livingstone. Also check out former MP George Galloway. Inspired leadership. You don’t know what you’ve been missing out on. Don’t forget ahem…‘Lord’ Ahmed either.[/quote]
I’m not talking about the fucking politicians douchebag. They publicly make decisions but they ultimately do it based on information provided by the CIVIL SERVICE.[/quote]
I thought you were referring to British ‘ingenuity and smartness with regard to moves on the international stage’? I thought the heads of the civil services are appointed by the government. I thought that ministerial departments comprised such civil services as ‘Education’, ‘Transport’, ‘Health’, ‘Work and Pensions’ etc. I thought whenever the government wants advice from the civil services it spends tax payers’ money on an ‘enquiry’ headed by its own fucking Minister for that department.