|After one day of Tory rule jilted UK voters riot|
One day of Tory rule was enough to cause jilted voters to riot outside No.10 Downing Street and other government buildings. It is thought members of the 90% of the UK population that did not vote Tory were responsible for the riot eager to show the antipathy towards the Conservatives mounting across the country.
A hooded young man who did not want to give his name hurled a Molotov cocktail and shouted through a scarf covering his face, 'UKIP got 3.8 million votes and one seat in the House of Commons. The Tories got 11.2 million votes and 331 seats. The election result is wrong by 3310%. That bastard Cameron is always gobbing off about how he wants young people to get involved with politics. This is how we roll! Fuck the system!'
Lord Gordon Heinz Braithwaite, landowner, Conservative donor, Tory party activist, and close friend of David Cameron, George Osborne and Boris Johnson (and the 331 other Tory MP's and their families) sneered from his Range Rover, 'There's nothing wrong with a voting system that has put us in power so many times. Now my business associates and I are sitting around the UK's tax revenue waiting for Dave to dish it out to us like a bunch of slavering hyenas circling a gazelle's rotting corpse. But its not all fun and games. These rioting vermin must be stopped at any cost. That is why we are passing new laws immediately banning demonstrations of any kind which includes absurd new internet 'hate' legislation for anyone who complains about us.'
The Conservatives have also announced a ban strike action demanding that 40% of all available union members must vote to authenticate a ballot (30% more than the Tories got themselves in the election). It seems that in their efforts to stifle dissent they will actually guarantee it. Westminster pundits are calculating that if only one day was sufficient to spark a mass riot the next five years promise to be one of the most turbulent phases of British politics. The next riot is planned for the 20th June.
A man passing by the riot said, 'I used to think that it was a bit strong when Johnny Rotten said, 'God save the Queen. It's a fascist regime!' But you have to admit after the fraudulent election shenanigans, the sickening double standards, these new laws on decent and the constant hypocrisy of this self-serving, inherently corrupt bunch of corporate yes men I think that old Johnny's got a point. Now where's that hooded young man? He can give me one of those Molotov cocktails.'