So nobody won a clear majority...................GREAT!!!!! Horray HENRY for the people of the UK.
There were the usual sleazy scams; polling stations closed early in marginals, and the ever fraudulent postal vote. But at the end of the day Brian, nobody won a majority.
The Lib-Dems were probably denied about 15--20 seats which might have swung to them from the Labour Party, or perhaps more, but for the dirty tricks on election day.
Also the Murdoch papers Times timely article by the Rothschild banking elites basically clobbered the Lib-Dems, and stated quite obviously and in a partisan way who they didn't want elected. Under Nick Clegg the Lib-Dems could have conceivably won as much as 85--90 seats possibly with 26 % of the votes cast, but for the actions of the last few days and the actual events on election day.
Never mind take it on the chin........the Lib-Dems still hold the cards. They should give nothing away, and say nothing. This has power.
The sleaze brigade would have to engineer 20 bi-election over the next 5 years to possibly get the Tories a majority, but that's not going to happen.
Some say the UK often runs like North Korea, with the premier making the decisions, and parliament rubber stamping them without much reflection, doubt or reform. Tony Blair and his 10 year dictatorship of war crimes, genocide and much much more comes to mind. In the UK the executive is very strong and parliament ineffective, especially in the key area of scrutinizing the executive. The judiciary don't get involved in the "Separation, and checking of powers business." .....not that often anyway.
In the new situation that's obviously not going to happen. The Ulster Unionists will possibly side with the Tories but the Tories will still need the help of the Liberal Democracts to pass most of their legislation.
That means the Liberal Democracts can have a great influence on Tory legislation.
That means the Tories will be listening to what the Lib-Dems say for the first time, where Labour previously never did.
That means "Democracy' in the broadest sense wins.
So the Lib -Dems sit back and wait.
PR is a great idea, and I think the UK is a sophisticated enough country like Germany which can handle such a system effectively without having one government per annum. Whether the Establishment Jew Banker Parties accept it as a condition of a broad Coalition with the Lib-Dems is another matter.
Since the Lib-dems are the main victims the Party should also become experts on sleazy election day dirty tricks without sounding conspiratorial, prattling on about it throughout the whole year. Also the Lib-Dens should look into why an alleged 10% of the population aren't registered who could be eligible for voting, and finally the whole system of postal voting, and how to make that more effective and accountable.
The simplest voting system for Democracy is open polling stations without any enclosures, transparent plastic ballot boxes; the voter indicating who they have voted for to all the main party representatives actually present in the polling stations in groups, or not.....their choice, informally and quickly if they want to (so that a rough pre-count of ballots can be done before)........Finally the ballots actually counted at the polling stations and not transported to any third destination...............very little room for cheating here). No use of machines certainly, as in the "Great Beacon of Hope & Democracy"....the USA, where only 39% of the actual total potential adult voters bother to turn up and vote.
(as would be defined by the UK and most advanced democracies.....22% unregistered; 2-3% discounted from electoral roll for frivolous reasons; 52% of the remaining 76% actually voting= 39%; then you have nasty racist allegations that the Diebold machines are Israeli programmed and run. I cannot and will not believe this last bit of slur)
There are good reasons why the Lib-Dems should not go in with Labour:
(1) Labour must not be allowed to form yet another government, even within a coalition, where they will quite obviously be the dominant player. An unprecedented fourth term, after such a disastrous unpopular record.
(2) Labor rarely took the lib-Dems into confidence in the last 13 years of unprecedented Labour power.
(3) The Lib-Dems should not taint themselves with such a corrupt War-Criminal Party which mass genocides innocent Third World people because the Americans required a coalition of the willing and company. Based on PRINIPLE, the Lib-Dems must not should not align themselves with Labour. Yes politics is politics, but there should be certain limits.
(4) The Lib-Dems can now fundamentally raise their profile in UK politics and especially with the populace simply by not playing ball with the Banker status quo parties.....since they hold the balance of power more people will pay attention to what the Lib-Dems say and what they do.........VERY IMPORTANT. However there is a fine line between offering constructive alternative policies which are sound and good for the UK in the long term, and seeming to be obstructive towards government legislation purely for the sake of it. A fine balancing act.
(5) The Jew Banker status quo powers will not accept a PR system, which makes parliament some what more representative of the will of the people.