Friday, April 23, 2010

Obama influenced UK elections

British Conservative Leader David Cameron, centre, speaks during a televised debate with Nick Clegg of the Liberal Democrats, left, and Labour Leader Gordon Brown.

NICK CLEGG, the Liberal Democrat leader who until a few days ago was little known to voters, is now the most popular party leader since Winston Churchill, a new Sunday Times poll reveals.

Following his decisive victory in last week’s television debate, Clegg has surged to a higher approval rating than Tony Blair at the peak of new Labour’s popularity.
–Jonathan Oliver and David Smith, Timesonline
In a historic first and obviously influenced by the 2008 United States election campaign and debates, the UK broadcasted their very first election debate between their three political Parties, The Labor Party, the Conservative Party and the Liberal Party

With the election called for 6th May, Britain broadcasted their first ever live television debate between the three Parties on April 14, 2010.

Three men; Gordon Brown representing Labor, Nick Clegg representing Liberals and David Cameron representing Conservatives—three White men. Begs the question are there no qualified women in Europe or are their no qualified minorities in Europe?

If one remembers Europe was so concerned that America elect a Black man regardless of the absence of political pedigree and regardless of the absent of political experience.

That aside, note the eerily similar issues facing the UK as face the United States. Is this a coincidence or is there some controlling force that has orchestrated similar problems of illegal immigration, unemployment, bank bailouts, auto industry bailouts in both countries? (see 1hr36min video)

UK election debate April 14, 2010

Liberal Party Nick Clegg has casted himself as the UK’s White Barack Obama, an outsider candidate for hope and change. Because he has done that he has become the Liberal media’s darling. (see article)

What is interesting is Clegg improves on the hope and change theme that sweep Soetoro into office. Clegg’s claim is he represents “hope married to credibility” and “change that you can trust” suggesting that the hope and change that America bought in its 2008 election was neither credible nor trustworthy.

This debate sounded like it was cut right from the American debate. This indicates that we are closer to a one world government than we’ve previously imaged. If the Brits back virtually unknown Nick Clegg who has cast himself as the UK hope and change candidate that I think would be more than a coincidence that would be a mirror Liberal government of which the United States is attempting to throw off.

I don’t know if the United States can throw off the Liberal Progressive nightmare that is our present government, but I’m thinking that an Europe in it’s current weakened state will find it virtually impossible to escape Liberalism if it chooses as America did.

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