To be perfectly honest, what I find most shameful and deplorable about the Nazi-style erosion of parliamentary democracy that this Guardian commentator - and countless others in the wider world have described and continue to report on, is the position of the Queen in all of this. I mean what exactly are we paying this woman and her enormous extended family for? I wish she would get off her backside and do something. Her behaviour and lack of action in all of this is appalling. Talk about fiddling while Rome burns! This sorry state of affairs and the passive inaction and toothless behaviour of the Crown executive really makes my blood boil.
The situation that the valiant and patriotic Ms Russell describes, serves to reinforce my growing concerns and lingering doubts, and undermine any remaining confidence I had, not just in the purpose and efficacy of our increasingly discredited, dictatorial and decaying parliamentary democracy, but in my national faith in the very foundation stones of our constitutional monarchy itself. Day by day, sections of society on socialism’s far left who have - like voices crying in the wilderness - long argued that a revolutionary agenda is the only true path to REAL democracy are increasingly being proved right - and at an alarmingly fast and frightening rate at that. I like the prospect of potentially violent revolutions being played out on our shores (didn‘t we have enough of that when the last Charlie approached the throne, 300 years ago!?), even less than the idea of a sham-socialist Prime Ministerial Dictatorship, masquerading as Parliament. With the greatest respect ma’am, can we perhaps have less hunting, fishing and shooting parties, less sojourns abroad and more strokes of the pen. And more of some of your finer ancestors warrior spirit. Starting with:
1) the immediate removal from power of this alleged Prime Minister
2) an assiduous top-level crown inquiry into Blair and the alleged war crimes of both him and several other cabinet ministers
3) a careful evaluation and removal from the statute book of all undemocratic laws passed under the current administrations stewardship
4) an internationally scrutinised and independently administered General Election