ELECTION: Take an interest in you future and vote next week

PUBLISHED: 19:00 28 May 2009 | UPDATED: 09:05 02 June 2010

WE are all supposedly in shock at the revealed corruption of our Westminster parliament, and the even more corrupt MEPs, and for my mind after talking to many people in local government, the, as yet undisclosed trough of local politics. And we are all sea

WE are all supposedly in shock at the revealed corruption of our Westminster parliament, and the even more corrupt MEPs, and for my mind after talking to many people in local government, the, as yet undisclosed trough of local politics.

And we are all searching for somewhere to lay the blame. Look no further, the blame lies with the electorate of once Great Britain.

I have spent the last decade or so fighting against the takeover of our country by the undemocratic EU and all to often the answer to my questions is, I'M NOT BOTHERED.WHAT CAN I DO, I DON'T TALK POLITICS.

The British public are no longer interested in the fact that their country is going down the drain.

And I am not an advocate of the BNP who I despise with a vengeance.

They no longer care, that the future of their country and of their children's country is no longer in their hands, because they would rather watch Manchester United on the box, than do something about it.

What can they do? Simple take an interest, vote in next week's elections, find out why we are in this terrible mess.

For your own sake go out and VOTE even if you vote for the same old tired fat-cat parties, or if you feel as I do, we need a change, get off your backsides and VOTE and please prove me wrong, or will you unfortunately prove me right.

LEN BAYNES

UKFirst Party


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