Posts tagged tax
Posts tagged tax
Tories are a danger to the UK
Under the current Tory government it once again has been typical tory behaviour, the poor get poorer and the rich get richer. The gap between rich and poor is now getting wider again and we have seen the consequences of this, mostly via rioting and social disruption as this is the only way the lower classes in this country can be heard. The most recent example was the ’ Pasty Tax ’ we’ve fell for it yet again, it seems to be that the areas where the cuts are hitting most is the ones which affect the prices involving the lower classes, after all it was pretty clear that David Cameron does not eat pasties very often, hes more likely to eat caviare which is something that wasn’t taxed but something that would have earned the government much more money than barely 2 pence they will make from a cheap pasty.
The fact is that David Cameron won’t win the next election, so he wants to suck as much of those beneficial services that have been given to the people in this country that really need it, and give it back to the rich and the tory system thrives on repression of some. I’m not usually as blunt as this in my blog posts, but this is a blunt issue, and quite frankly the subject is that because the tories and their voters alike do not use services such as the NHS ( probably the best service England has ever produced ) they do not see why they should fund them, as it doesn’t benefit them and they do not use it, its a dog eat dog mindset and quite frankly if you cant afford to pay for things like your own healthcare, its your own problem, you wont be looked after by the government, deal with it.
The problem is that the people in this country have nothing in common with its political leaders, they don’t represent us. They are the few not the many, but in a country which is so severely judged on background, it is the root of so many decision made by people who are not the right people to make them. As for the rise of crime in this country, the problem is an underlying one and because of our attitude of punishment equally justice being done we simply ignore the real problems and causes of rates of crimes. The problems are social ones, and it is not very hard to understand what these problems are, people wouldn’t steal if they were allowed to get a job that pays a fair amount where they can purchase their own goods, people who commit crimes are mostly the working classes to the working classes, and it is because of how deprived they have become, there are underlying problems that need to be addressed and people like David Cameron do not have the answer.