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How successful have the political parties been in sowing the seeds of dispair,fear,anger & resentment…?

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How successful have the political parties been in sowing the seeds of dispair,fear,anger & resentment…?

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From my own personal experience, yes they have been all conquering, victorious, and successful in bringing these emotions to me: DESPAIR: At being made redundant at 62 through government policies forcing the company to out-source my duties, although in the seven years in the job, I was the only person never to have been off sick, and never to have been late on duty! FEAR: That I will never find employment again ANGER: As the financial situation places further handicaps to my already failing job-hunting limitations RESENTMENT: That through no fault of my own, I find myself in this position, sad, alone, frustrated, disabled, and pathetic. Would someone who knows James Gordon [ain’t-I-rich] Brown, please let him know for me.

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I’m afraid the politicians didn’t really have to sow anything in the minds of the electorate during this election campaign, the seeds of despair, fear, anger & resentment were sown years ago, what the electorate are now waiting for and the politicians must be dreading is the pain, how does the saying go “yo shall reap what yo sow”. One look at Greece and the memory of the poll tax riots is probably an indication as to how Britain will react. The British are usually slow to react but when they do, boy do they react, and it usually takes a lot more to calm em down, in Britain today there is a lot of anger that is seething just beneath the surface about how easily the Banks have been allowed to basically be let off with a slapped wrist (pathetic really is pathetic), just one little scratch to far, and all that anger will come bursting out. Britain’s economy is weak, pathetic and on its last legs, there’s no other way to describe it for far to long British politicians have been to concerne

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