Judging by a party which refused to judge its war criminal leaders is blatant. I’m currently being bombarded by aggressive emails from Labour activists, via my blog contact form. Nice to think of the armchair champaign activists (who I know personally from my youth) in the bourgeois districts of Brighton finally realising that they’ve united their heartlands against themselves. The bottom line is that they can’t be bothered to campaign at all.
I’m getting plenty of complaints from Green activists that the party leadership has erred about ignoring a telephone poll earlier in the month but that situation has been saved and, with the massed ranks of the “not normal”, Brightoniana, our party has swing into action this evening, in typical grassroots party style and is out campaigning in Eastish Brighton tonight, realising that we are on the brink of making history.
It’s all hands on deck today, to canvass for the Green Party. I’ve been up all night working but will shortly be taking to my slumber, to rise later and join up with Mike Jones, Amy Kennedy and Leo Littman for the last full day of campaigning in Preston Park. Not literally in the park – I missed that easy ticket. This old fellow will be pounding the streets near the Cobbler’s Thumb.
Traditional Costume For Thieving Tory Bastard. Note The Blue Skin.
Tomorrow should see the results of our hard work, when the most impressive knocking up operation ever mounted by a Green Party in the UK swings into being. We’ll be out in force across Brighton & Hove, persuading our voters to put down their apathy and take up the ballot box instead. It doesn’t seem very likely that the Labour Party will be able to mount the same level of organisation, since their numbers campaigning prior to the election have been well down on previous years. Probably something to do with their leader calling for “some cuts” recently. The Liberals are a spent force in Brighton & Hove. The thieving Tory bastards don’t bother canvassing in the centre of town, preferring instead to blame it for all their problems and to pay people to raise their support on the fringes of the grooviest city in the country. It seems to be generally agreed that tomorrow they will lose control of our local council.