Thus saith the Lord God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob
Thus say I saith the Lord God unto thee of the government of this Nation one other followed a similar path that the Leader of this government is now following having the same hard headed arrogant attitude that, that one had that they were right and everyone else was wrong clinging to their position in government being blind to the inevitable outcome if they continued what they were and intended on doing ignoring all their party MP’s and cabinet colleges advise which will end in the same way that one did having to resign because of a vote of no confidence in their leadership. But and if this one bows to the advice and concerns of the party MP’s and cabinet colleges and changes their attitude and the direction they are heading and rejecting any form of coalition that jeopardises the parties standing in parliament then for that one and their party there is the possibility of avoiding the inevitable. But also there must be policy changes and an alteration in as far as the austerity measures they have in place though excessive borrowing policy that the opposition party manifesto has in place is not the answer to the problems of the NHS, emergency and security services education care of the elderly provisions put in place for a renewed affordable housing program transport infrastructure either. Both parties in these respects have gone to extremes in as far as their manifesto policy are concerned one in the direction of excessive borrowing the other in excessive austerity measure the one party that proposes a middle ground is the one that will be the best party to govern the UK.
This is the Word of the Lord God to thee
from the prophet of the Lord