Vox Political: Tories and Kippers Preparing to Form Coalition, End NHS

Farage Privatised NHS Tories Meme

Mike over Vox Political has written this piece, Backroom deal between Tories and UKIP could kill the NHS on the possibility that Cameron’s lacklustre performance at the Leaders’ Debates may indicate that he is already set on supporting his government by forming a coalition with the Kippers. Many of the Kipper candidates are ex-Tories, and there is a fluidity of movement between the two parties.

And together, they are a real threat to the NHS. Cameron and his cronies are privatising it by the backdoor, and a series of Kippers, from the Purple Duce himself, Nigel Farage, his deputy, Paul Nuttall, and many others, have stated very clearly that they want the NHS scrapped and replaced with private medicine, funded by private insurance, as in America. This prospect has alarmed Labour’s Andy Burnham, that he has written to the PM outlining his fears.

Mike’s article begins

Considering the facts of the Coalition deal with the Liberal Democrats*, perhaps we should be asking if a deal has already been struck between the Conservative Party and UKIP.

It would explain why David Cameron’s performance in yesterday’s leader debate was so lacklustre – maybe he doesn’t think he needs to sell himself.

A deal with UKIP makes perfect sense to those of us who have watched politics carefully over the last few years – the ease with which Douglas Carswell and Mark Reckless transferred from one party to the other, keeping their Parliamentary seats in the process, shows how interchangeable the two parties really are.

Labour’s Andy Burnham has written to Cameron, calling on him to “come clean” about any such plans.

He wrote: “During last night’s debate you proved that you cannot defend your record, which is why you cannot win a majority. It is now clear that you are preparing to do a deal with UKIP.

“As someone who follows rather than leads their party, you will know that a deal with UKIP is what the Tory Party wants. A growing number of your MPs and up to half of Conservative activists are arguing for it. Local Tory parties are already striking deals with UKIP up and down the country and, of course, two of your MPs have already crossed the floor.

“We know the terms of such a deal. Nigel Farage has said he would work with you in exchange for ‘a full and fair referendum to be held in 2015′. You have said you would be ‘delighted’ to offer this.

“But the real terms of a deal would see the end of the NHS as we know it.

Go to http://voxpoliticalonline.com/2015/04/03/backroom-deal-between-tories-and-ukip-could-kill-the-nhs/ and read the rest of this chilling article.,

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One Response to “Vox Political: Tories and Kippers Preparing to Form Coalition, End NHS”

  1. Chris Says:

    UKIP IS NOT A THREAT AND SHOULD START TO BE IGNORED ENTIRELY IN LEFT WING BLOGS

    Oh wow 2 or even 3 whole MPs, with Farage, going to form an unassailable (sic) coalition with the Tories
    who already do not have enough MPs
    to form a majority government from 2010.
    Not really.

    LIB DEMS THE GONE PARTY
    The Lib Dems are the gone party, so all those MPs will be lost to the Tories.

    How many of the 623 Lib Dems will survive. Not a lot.

    In the last by election Lib Dems lost worst than any party, lost their deposit and did not even get a micro party’s vote of under 400 votes.

    TINY ULSTER MIGHT GO WITH LABOUR ANYWAY
    The DUP in Ulster are just about 8 MPs, and even they are just as likely to side with Labour.

    MEANWHILE THE PARTIES OF THE POOR IGNORED

    THE SOLE WAY TO FORM A MAJORITY GOVERNMENT

    BRINGING IN A HERD OF NEW MPS

    TO UTTERLY CHANGE LABOUR

    AND ENSURE ANTI AUSTERITY

    THESE PARTIES OF THE POOR ARE THE IGNORED BY THE MEDIA

    AND NOT APPEARING IN BLOGS
    ABOUT THE VICTIMS OF WELFARE AND PENSION REFORM THAT THREATEN LIFE

    NUMBER OF IGNORED MP CANDIDATES FROM PARTIES OF THE POOR:

    TUSC (Trade Unionist and Socialsit Coaliton) – 134

    CLASS WAR – 29

    SOCIALIST GB – 10

    THE LEFT UNITY PARTY – 10

    MEBYON KERNOW – all of CORNWALL – 6

    THE 75 PER CENT LOST VOTERS

    These parties could bring in the vast bulk of the lost 75 per cent
    of the people within the poor, in or out of work, pensioners,
    from zero to average waged,
    threatened by the big parties and their austerity.

    A COALITION CAN BE MORE THAN 2 PARTIES
    THE NORM IN EUROPE FOR MANY YEARS

    A group of parties can reach the threshold of 323-326 MPs and above to form a majority UK parliament.

    Labour, according to Wikipedia, won 258 seats in 2010.

    Tories got 302 MPs, and the Lib Dems 56.

    So the Lib Dems need for the media in their voting areas to be fully competed by the parties of the poor, as it was they who made possible the deaths from welfare abolition.

    THE CELTS NOT LOST TO LABOUR
    ALL OF WALES AND SCOTLAND

    PLAID CYMRU – 40

    SNP – 59

    THE VOTES OF THE POOR
    FOR THE PARTIES OF THE POOR
    LOST TO LABOUR FOR VOTING

    BUT NOT LOST IN A SUPPORT AND CONFIDENCE COALITION,
    WITH LABOUR

    MASSIVELY REDUCES
    THE LIB DEM AND TORY MP COUNT

    AND PROPERLY LOCKS TORIES OUT OF POWER
    AND MIGHT EVEN END THE LIB DEMS AS A PARTY

    SINGLE ISSUE PARTY WITH STRONG LOCAL CHANCE

    Gaining MPs from the single issue local parties, where a hospital is threatened with closure

    NATIONAL HEALTH ACTION PARTY – 13

    PARTIES OF THE POOR LINKS / LOGOS /
    HOW POOR NOW OUTNUMBER ALL OTHER VOTERS /
    HOW ENSURE REGISTERED TO VOTE

    http://www.anastasia-england.me.uk

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