Assisting The Electorate To Wake Up To The UK Government's Discrimination Against The People Of England.

Friday, October 12, 2007

Gordon Brown: "Notta Lotta Bottle"... Do You Want A General Election In 2007?

"Notta Lotta Bottle!" chanted the Tory Party, in a charming skit on the famous 1980s milk ads slogan (more here). And yup, Gordon Brown bottled out of calling a General Election.

Democratic rule is evidently not a priority for "this country" as Gordy calls England.

Well, he stated, only 26 people had bothered to sign the Downing Street site petition.

But, as Gareth points out over at the CEP News Blog, there are many more now!

If democracy is important to you, sign it here.


  1. Signed it. What the hell Gordon Brown thinks he's playing at, with most of his legislation not applying to his own constituents, I don't know.

    Did you see Kelvin Mackenzie last night? Screams of "racist"! everywhere today, yet the Scottish edition of the Sun has been Anglophobic for yonks and as if the English and Scottish were different races anyway!

  2. I suppose two wrongs don't make a right, but being half-Scottish myself, I'm aware of how anti-English some Scots can be and think it's all trite and childish. It used to get to me, but now I feel cooler about it all.

    Mind you, it's good to see the polite English "after you, vicar" manners dropped for a change.

    Shame the BBC picked Mackenzie. But then the last thing Auntie wants is the true facts of devolution being laid out before the electorate in England in a clear, concise manner.

  3. Let me get this right, a guy called KELVIN MACKENZIE is being accused of anti-Scottish racism? KELVIN MACKENZIE?!!!

    And he's being accused by people who don't twitch an eyelash at the fact you can drop dead in England for need of medication doled out on the NHS in Scotland? Oh, this is rich. SO rich!!