UK Democracy House Commons Lords

You know your in the House of Lords when you see red leather seats.

The House of Commons has green leather seats.

Although both seats are made of similar upholstery they seat two different types of people.

Many people ask me what is democracy and how do things operate here in the United Kingdom?

The answers are a lot simpler that most people think. Democracy is a Greek notion from free thinking movements.

Without Democracy people think religious dictators would rule over the country.

How we differ here in the UK is we have politicians, outside advisors (Lords) and over arching this is our Royal Family (The Monarchs).

Democracy gives residents of our country the ability to vote for politicians who will mostly speak and give information to help the country as representives from areas in which they were elected.

Everybody knows Big Ben opposite Westminster Cathedral, it’s a very popular site for postcard images, tourists like to take snapshots of it and journalists do live reports outside the area with Ben the familiar clock face in the background.

Visitor’s to Britain very rarely get to see the insides of The Houses of Parliament in Westminster. They can however watch most discussions live recorded on satellite TV. The Houses have live broadcasts so locals can watch their elected ministers bring proposals to the chair speaker.

Currently Teressa May is Prime Minister and she has stepped in after David Cameron had his early political retirement. She is outnumbered by many men, but is not the first PM to fill in when a Prime Minister throw’s the towel in.

We live in strange times and as we mentioned earlier the pressure comes from one world currencies.

Most democracy’s are funded by tax levied by government distributed by the people. People still use this type of authority to compliment the need for roles in society.

Laws get passed which helps British Courts uphold laws when any challenges arise. Conscientious objectors have been caught in a loop unable to challenge these changes.

Government consists of various forces to maintain order and quash chaos: Firemen, Police Constables, Nurses at the NHS, town hall representatives, housing and security.

Many of the governments organisations assign consultant’s to do the job for them. Police uphold the law but have always hired the help of detectives like Sherlock Holmes to solve cases.

In all these areas of democracy things get put on the shelves. Cut back’s mean less people know what they are doing, the solution of compartmentalization meant expert’s had to unlearn some practical skills to make way for other experts.

The problem with having departments is you have more leaders who never reach full control. The great thing about Democracy is that we have freedom of speech on Sunday’s in place’s like speakers corner.

Speakers Corner is unique to the UK and there are numerous other hotspots where you can stand on a crate, perhaps somewhere on the High Street somewhere near a library where you can air your own truth freely.

With democracy came political (French Term) protest marches. Every four years people get to vote for the countries leader. Leaders get paid a nominal salary but have access to an equal amount of perks. For example chauffeur, international relationships are made which usually lead onto greater things after the four years are up. Many negotiations around trade happen with men. The great thing is Germany has a woman leader too.

Angela Merkel and Theressa May will be able to talk to one another about the European Union. Both women have already proved themselves in their abilities to interact with male leaders and dictators outside the scope of democracy.

The House of Lords is a place like a court room where men where women’s old woollen wigs. The old tradition’s allows these mostly old folk with Blue Blood to have their say in London. They are considered experts in their field, many scientists outside the realms of any particular religion. They are sworn in members of the crown, many of whom have been knighted for their contributions.

Entertainer’s over the years have received similar privileges. House’s of Parliament is open to the public and more underage voters have been let in than any other time in history. The hope is the legacy of democracy lives on in the hearts and minds of youth.

In June 2017 you can vote Conservative, Labour, Green Party, Humanism or Socialism, BNP crop up along with recently Conservatively fractioned off party UKIP starring EU British representative Nigel Farage.

Residents have each been given cards then posted step by step maps to make sure you don’t get lost on registry day.

Much of the proceedings will be in the tradition of HG Wells be broadcast live alongside the most recent episodes of celebrity big brother.
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Noam Chomsky 75 Days of Trump

Donald Trump president of USA has been in office for a couple of months and Noam Chomsky summarises all the good stuff on Democracy Now.

Donald Trump president of USA has been in office for a couple of months and Noam Chomsky summarises all the good stuff on Democracy Now.

Votes Count & Make Prizes

Poetry voting contest.

If points make prizes and votes make us wisest then how do we make each one count?

We make them count and recount then knowbody should be able to discount what each other say sometimes, but they still do.

On the day of voting we each get given our own card with a map on it, which is a bit of a smoke screen compared to the paper we receive on arrival. And we are presented with options that confuse our decisions. As quick as you walked in should perhaps be the same speed as when you’ll walk out. We vote for prize winners who sprout up out of thin air, who have bright Rosetta colours upon their lapels. Like turtles you very rarely see their face. The black voting box may as well be as clear as a Bingo rotary box, whoever wins takes all for at least a year before any questions.

Voting deserves a round of applause and once you start rest assured the people behind you will too. Some have prams or trolleys, others come all blue suited with brollies. But everyone should have gotten the same memo. Once we’re told to do something, it’s actually quite conclusive the outcome. As decent member’s of our own society we usually do as we’re told but a percentage of us bawk at being told what to do.

The most influential followers of politics wear t-shirts with influential slogans written on them so simply they look a right pudding. You can include this in your reading list. And in the booths we worry about someone copying our voting ballets or look down in despair at decisions other people are about to make. So remember if you cannot make it we understand. Voting has dangers of repeating itself and the more you visit, the more danger there is of getting effected by what can only be described as groundhog day.

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Drones Over Tottenham

Drones over Tottenham again. Signs should be available to say they not UFO’s.

Why do drones always congregate near a full moon? Technology has come a long way. Drones have gone from being like humming wasps to complete silence. This week we seen more unidentified flying drones over Tottenham.

It was a dark April evening as drones over Tottenham moved around slowly, silently flashing red, white and blue fairy lights.

They just appeared from no where one at a time. I only seen two but I think there were three of them hovering around.

Two of them seemed to leave jet chem trails, that’s why I deduce there were three. Besides luck says bad things come in three’s.

Popular frindge news website Vice recently covered drones in Whitechapel. Two young up and coming consumers drove around the city in a car monitoring a drone. The drone is equipped with a heat sensor. Searching for cannabis growers in cities all around Great Britain.

The boyfriend of the young couple who I assume own the remote controlled drone said he was doing growers a favour by seeking them out. His reasoning was that police are deploying similar tactics.

So either the other evenings drones were genuine police drones or is that young couple doing the rounds. If business is as good as they say on Vice then I sure they could also afford an upgrade in drones. More than likely it’s this new unarmed night vehicle looking for trouble.

There is a chance they were UFO’s because they covered a lot of ground. They all headed to the moon, which added to the illusion. Even Mutley clambered the wall to get a better look. You should of seen him, it was like an episode of catch the pigeon.

TAR by Wydham Lewis is an Anagram

Source: TAR by Wyndham Lewis is an Anagram

Wyndham Lewis mixed art and writing together. What made him so unique to government was the way he challenged rules.

Art at that time was methodical and a growing commodity. Today the rich art owners out of paranoia keep them in vaults and containers. This is because original copies are rare and expensive.
Writing was at its peek and pencil manuscripts were fashionable. Lewis liked his mole skin books to write and draw. As a follower of fashion his unique contributions caught attention of academic poets and writers in this country.

T S Eliot was one of these well respected poets of London and he was blown away by books like TAR and Blast.Poetry those days were very important for various reasons, mainly in the currency of art.

Art has also be linked with humanism. In the humanities departments both literature, architecture and mathematics are crucial to qualifying a place in society. Working alongside paid officials. Artists like Wyndham Lewis and T S Eliot would have earned there place through publications. Artists are often commissioned to do stuff.

Musicians and record companies go through similar deals, these also include royalties. Unlike poets who’s wider profits from creativity was merely from sales and value rendered.Modernism, modernity and post modernism are cultural studies terminology made more popular through the need for media studies.

Leaders can go into companies and with knowledge they have of companies and speak to them like Frederick Nitsche may have done. The criticism they provide is highly sort after.

In the early 20th century entertainment was live or in a book. Theatre was at a all time high. Attendance and the narratives like today draw from current updates of theory and creativity. But the main stay economically is the production, advertising and reach of let us say packets of information.

Birds of a feather, flock together and once we know their rhetorical stance we can make certain popular assumptions about things. This proved problematic for Wyndham Lewis because he spoke about everything.

When disonance across borders happen during times of trouble international publications and telegraph messages at that time were modern modes of communicating. Now we have Skype, Facetime and Snapchat.

A Modern Day Anthropologist Working The Online Trenches

Writing these days is like Greek or Latin. Some get it sooner than later depending on how it’s working out for you. In most cases it never works out as well as originally planned. The plan is as simple as waving a flag and to then expect winning results. Only a fool would believe such nonsense.

We start out life thinking everything will just happen at the click of a button, without any real focus. We walk into a room, flick on a switch to only find somebody else had already turned on the light of day. And now we feel like it’s us who flicked on the darkness. Equally the written word has been relegated below the image. Video has muscled in and presentations have squeezed the life out of time.

Product worshipping has replaced the need for seasons. The glass dome we live in is a giant sun room that looks like a golf ball. You can brush and polish it all you like but it won’t always yield a ‘eagle’ hole in one.

To the outside world writing seems like a boil or rash. I often get comments like how would you like to pay for some SEO. Follow me on Twitter or Instagram, never “How’s your father?”. Luckily there are still avid readers who still enjoy real cream profiteroles.

Blogging is a great way to document thoughts. You can look around all you like, follow everyone and anyone. But actually spotting talent and tracking them down is like talking Greek. It won’t be long before you’ll have them all crashing on your sofa. Most blogs are just wet beds. It’s easy to just ‘dip your toe into things’ or ‘bang in a few clichés here and there’ but actually squeezing out substance, rythmn and reason seems a whole other ball game. Is just great to have a place to kick the ball into a brick wall as hard as possible.

So is blogging a game, or is it more like a voluntary soup kitchen? We stand around ladling bowls of soup and stuffing passers by with crusty bread and butter all day. To only one day realise asperations are like ships in the night. You are attracting the rich and famous. The people who need your skills are out there dating your next girlfriend. It’s like one day that revelation reveals itself as plain as the pimple on the end of your nose. The secret is they do get behind you you only have to resume the position and simply ask. Sad really how most folks at some point made themselves recieve that sort of punishment. These sort of blocks keep people back from commenting on anything outside of their own world of problems.

Most of societies problems are amplified in solo fake news. This promoted belief is done through making readers believe they are the only ones reading things. These readers feel lonely and unique, like it’s only themselves that share each others experiences. It used to be the other way around. If you wanted someone to share your blurbs you do certain things. Techniques that make themselves different and unique. It’s this pressure that gets the heard commenting. It’s the same people who look back at other people and say ‘Jesus, I so proud of you!’. Yet all they see of themselves is the leaky cracks in their world. The mess starts within which is why we all experience guilt. This sort of guilt is rediculous, false and serves nobody.

And the hobbyhorse. We think it’s fine being left in the Postman Pat red car rocking with a collection of coins in the metre, whilst leaders and guardians go about their business in the busy shopping mall. They hang their friends out to dry like hats on a stand. So its ok to throw a ball of paper again into that little paper basket far, far away? No it isn’t and neither should you feel like a screwed up piece of paper. You see we have made this world a world of editors. Society is filled with a world of invisible criques whom rather than show themselves, they just keep on churning out the same crap.

Take photojournalists for example. You see maybe one picture of themselves in the avatar of themselves hiding behind a lens. This naturally attracts other photographers who have avatars of themselves hiding behind a lens. Its like the happy lens club. Stuff them and there silly lens avatars. If they have problems reading and writing the that’s just the way it is and those things will never change. And music fans. They listen, they learn but have lost that needed outlet of karaoke so instead they go out in the world, singing other peoples songs and expect to get paid for it, potty training comes to mind. I’m a big boy now. Its wiping time. Ben becomes the big monster gloating in the pool. The Mars or Snickers. The photographers Hoola Hoop face in a ball of fire. The literature on the lavatory wall saying call me you sissi.

Most people understandably don’t even read it. My hope is a world of more people busy writing instead of just pressing buttons thinking the rest of the world will clap at the top five names on the Pheonix, Mr Do! High score.

Drafting Out Interactionism – Understanding Society

Learn from the ring leaders, they draft things out before tackling anything. If you like sociology, politics, London or communications then get on this.

Sociology as I am sure you understand is about the study of people. That is us, how we communicate, interacted and quantity information at certain times about a variety of topics.

Some of these topics are important and others not so important.

Who are you and who are you speaking too? And are you reaching the right audience.

An audience must understand your jargon to fully comprehend your message. Depending on how you use this jargon those who understand will begin to shape ideas about you by evaluating the rhetoric you consistently use. Moreover they will already have a perception about who you are depending which organisations you represent.

Human behaviour shapes citizens outlook of how they treat you face to face or by merit. If you deliver what they want to hear and offer solutions, then this is what they will expect from you. If you share common values, colours or project shared symbols they will come to you quicker.

In London we have Big Ben right next to the Houses of Parliament. When the bells ring on the hour we are also reminded of something important happening in that area.

Politics in Britain is slightly different to other countries, we have a Privie Council from all over the country who commute to London to air their constituents views to a variety of political party members. We also have to Royals which make Britain unique by proxy.

Without shaping views about politics my point is simple: In any occupation there is a hierarchy and within that structure is a selection of gentlemen and women who speak for large numbers of people.

Depending on which catchment area you live in we can make certain assumptions about who will get what. But overall the assumption should be everybody in the same position should be treated the same way. The variables differ compared to other skilled occupations.

They differ by words used in communications, body language and a culpable palpable voice sounding crucial topics that consider a variety of norms.

When politicians get this consistently right, when the bell tolls you can safely assume all will be good when they step foot into the Houses of Parliament.

If you or they start of making jokes about things there is a danger of getting treated like a comedian instead of a politician. Equally many politicians are great when the cameras are on them, which amplifies their persona to a larger audience. This creates spin offs on various shows where they will get to prove there point. Anything they miss in communications with the world will be judged. Most good politicians in the public eye I imagine have been in the system a while, kept a low profile, served their constituents well and have support of other constituencies.

The best thing about a House for Parliament is other areas get to share and adapt with similar areas therefore making society change in a logical way. The problem seems to be the convincing rhetoric and understanding of what everyone wants to hear to push a personal agenda. Personal experience is the most powerful, so with that said how can we be sure the individual at some time in there life has had to deal with something traumatic?

Trauma creates facial ticks or makes words symbolically attached with triggers that could slow a man down like a rabbit on the road. They could lose temper and nobody understands why. This could lead to being labelled madness and then be treated as such. It could also change the way mad people are seen within the group. When they leave and walk down the road to Victoria or Charing Cross and see all the homeless people they might realise they are not insane too. See how easy it is to pass a word and amplify it into something else.

When you consistently exaggerate problems people start to hear less of you. Your image will keep you in the pack. Rather than see you as an Ace or a Diamond, they will imagine you as a Joker or top Trumps.

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Democratic Party

The democratic party is on again this week, so if you have anything to do with politics, be there or be square.

This is not your usual party political democrats meet up. Food will be served yourself. This is a self catering do. Which means you’ll just have to bring your own bottle.

We’ll be launching a new boat and a surprise guest will cut the red ribbon. You can look forward to politicians old and new. There will be a charitable whip round for surprised politicians selected to walk the plank.

The party doesn’t end with a boat. Expect posh lodgings around the city. Funding will be available for anyone who finds free lodgings. On occupation of the building we will provide you with the best space possible and perhaps some clean linen. You can expect wide screen projections and long PowerPoint presentations. Bring your own laboratory paper please because on site chemical toilets will be reserved for leaders of the dark side.

We ask that you provide your own rosettes and tie your own tie in the morning. We recommending matching ties and Rosetta, blue for cribs and red for honour. Be prepared this is a GTA5 game graphics event. We expect you to do as your told and get the job done as quick as humanely possible. Gang bangers will be turned away at the door, so dress appropriately, leave the clown suites at home.

This is a once a year event, so prepared for anything for this not your usual democratic party. If you attended last year and survived it, please wear the lousy t-shirt we got you. This years event will have great keynote speakers who have recently retired from the political force. They will be signing shirts, so look out for them. Expect another whip round for them. We hope to raise enough funds to send them home packing.

SPOILER ALERT: topics of the day include – politics, sport, keynote jokes, funding guidance and inside tips about up and coming red tape. All the fun of the fair really.

Politics in Britain 2017

Britain is under a wave of fake news and a reshuffle of power. We are expecting older measures to resurface politically. Withthat said lets take a look at some supportive leadership groups in Britain to highlight issues sprouting up in 2017.

Brexit is a big issue right now. The EU are currently earmarking phamacuetical agencies to slow the process down. This is causing anxiety within the government. The strain on the NHS is a focus in Britian, we are doing our best to improve services, continue providing for all in a balanced way. Measures have been put into place to ensure elderly have a place safe to enjoy themselves. Fear is always applied in areas of importance. That fact is there is a variety of pharmacuetical free trade contracts available and other options outside of the EU bundle.

Washington currently has egg on it’s face thanks to the Supreme court. They turned down something President a
Potus Donald Trump applied for.

Medecine representatives from America are here in UK looking to broker various deals here in Britain because we have decided via a vote to leave The European Union.

For many local shops have already closed down. Importing from outside EU comes with a heavy inspection fee.

Politicians are focusing on educating children and adults alike in the hope perhaps someone will be able to make everything better again.