Fight the Right-Wing Parties: Register to Vote!

Warning! This piece does contain some strong language. As it’s about UKIP and the Tories, this is only to be expected. But viewer discretion is advised.

Politicians and political commentators from all shades of the political spectrum are worried about the increasingly low turn-out at elections. They rightly fear the death of democracy from apathy and cynicism. However, UKIP, it seems, have managed to energise people to go out and register to vote.

Just not their supporters.

Instead, it’s the very people they demonise and campaign against, as this highly amusing piccie shows.

Black Anti-UKIP Voter

I found it on the Slatukip page. It’s a great response to Farage and his army of swivel-eyed loons.

The Tories have passed legislation making it more awkward to register to vote. As a result, about 700,000 people, mostly students, have fallen off the electoral register.

This isn’t an accident. Too many people despise the Coalition. Students particularly resent the Lib Dems for reneging on their promise not to support tuition fees. And the right takes very seriously the perceived wisdom that young people are more likely to be left-wing than the old and middle aged.

The Tories are also considering stripping Irish people, and citizens of Commonwealth nations resident in the UK of their right to vote as well. Because Irish, Pakistanis, Indians and Africans tend to vote Labour.

So here’s my considered response to the Tories and their electoral reforms.

Screw Cameron Drawing

And just to remind you how long and hard Black people had to fight for the vote, just remember that in 196th century America a Black man was shot dead for daring to try to cast a vote at an election.

Dead Black Voter

Regardless of whatever race or creed you are, don’t let the Tories take your right to vote away!

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3 Responses to “Fight the Right-Wing Parties: Register to Vote!”

  1. sdbast Says:

    Reblogged this on sdbast.

  2. A6er Says:

    Reblogged this on Britain Isn't Eating.

  3. Chris Says:

    About 7.5 million people
    (including 4 million 18-25 year olds)
    are not registered to vote,
    because of changes in keeping up with registraiton on the electoral roll.

    15 million people did not vote in the 2010 general election, double that of all the voters who voted for all the parties put together.

    Women denied state pension payout at 60 from 2013 are coming off the electoral roll,
    not least because they then join women older than them and men in losing ALL STATE PENSION altogether
    when retirement age after 2016.
    See why under my petiton, in my WHY THIS IS IMPORTANT section, at:
    https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/state-pension-at-60-now

    But there is another reason to register to vote.
    This election on Thursday 7 May 2015, the poor of all races have more power than any election in UK history.

    See my personal website why.
    http://www.anastasia-england.me.uk

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