by Bodwyn Wook
ENGLISH (Not ‘British’) Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s recent call for an ‘independent regulatory body’ of the Parliament is another faeculent load of this continuously overwrought ‘governance’ phantasy, of an aetiolated stringy complexity, complexity everywhere and all around, and not a drop of honesty anywhere.
In England unlike with us here in our WalMart sewer, where we are lumbered with these thieves for no less than two years at a go, there is a remedy.
It is a general election.
The electorate are the governors of the Parliament, I do believe.
THE Real question, indeed, is why there is no election pending now?
[Bodwyn Wook all rights reserved 19 May 2009]