I would vote for a new centrist party (I currently won't vote for either main party, because they're too far in their own particular direction)... but I wouldn't vote for the given example, because- as has been mentioned - it's a different view of 'centrist' to my own.
I would vote for a new centrist party if I felt they represented current affairs and concerns effectively and had a clear plan of what they were going to do instead of the confusion and seemingly empty promises we seem to be given by our main parties at the moment.
In a time where most parties stress unity to get through Brexir, I couldn't think of anything worse than creating a new party to even further split public votes and parliament.
Creating a new political party wouldn't solve the dire problems this country now has.
Whatever primary parties are created would still be owned and controlled by the EU and the unseen rulers working in the shadows.
The problem the UK people have is not which party to elect.
The problem is the fake party political system itself.
It is there to create the ILLUSION of democracy when in fact no such democracy exists.
The fake system sees individual parties present all manner of BS manifestos and crud. Just look at Jezbollah Corbyn's appalling duping of the young votes promising to wipe their debts and give free tuition fees. Utterly appalling duplicity and outright abuse.
People voted Tony BLiar into No 10 in their droves. Very quickly they realised that what he said was not the same as what he did. He took us into illegal wars and with the hapless Gordon Brown following pretty much bankrupted the country and sold all our gold reserves off to foreign interests for an absolute pittance.
Since the 1970s fraudulent politicians and PM's have worked stealthily and silently to sell the UK down the river to a foreign power, namely the EU. EVERY Prime Minister along the way, whether Tory or Labour has simply furthered that EU agenda by drafting and pushing through each successive EU Treaty without ever giving the people of this country a vote on whether they actually want the sovereignty of their country abolished, their nationality abolished, their country assimilated into a huge collective run by an emerging totalitarian bunch of power mad megalomaniacs.
So, NO. Patently NO. Another political party rising from this whole mess would solve nothing. It would just see this whole corrupt Status Quo continue.
What is needed is a complete overhaul of the political system itself.
It needs a completely new and different approach.
It needs an approach where UK people get a referendum on ALL major issues that affect their lives.
The whole idea of just voting for a party, and then that party is just free to go and do whatever it wants must be abolished.
We HAVE to restore the British Constitution which these corrupt politicians have run roughshod over for years.
Our Declaration Of Rights specifically states that
"no foreign prince, person, prelate, state, or potentate hath, or ought to have, any jurisdiction, power, superiority, pre-eminence, or authority, ecclesiastical or spiritual, within this realm"
That being the case how could we have ever been moved into the EU?
It is clearly illegal and unconstitutional.
That corruption needs to be redressed, the fraudulent actions of politicians working for the EU reversed and the country made sovereign once again and its constitution properly documented and enshrined in legislation, thereby ensuring this can never happen again.
Most people have I believe realised that the current Lib/Lab/Con political system is just a sham. A fake system that keeps the same establishment in power. Which ever party you voted for these past 40 years, you were simply voting for the EU.
It is time to change and put things right.
That can not happen by adding new political parties, that will change nothing.
It can only happen by changing the political system itself and restoring democracy to the UK.
Last edited by PilgrimOfTruth; 5 days ago