A Victory For The UK That Can Now Fly free

A victory for the ‘Great British Electorate’ who can be trusted to see through soundbites and discern between reality and rhetoric
A victory for anyone who abhors class war
A victory for the quiet and dignified electoral guru Lynton Crosby and his ability to extol the virtues of the Tory Party in a simple message
A victory for David Cameron and George Osborne whose dignity and stewardship is unsurpassed
A victory for the capital markets and the property market
A victory for all those aspiring people of all social strata who want to improve themselves in life and are not dependent on the ‘nanny state’.

So there is a god in heaven after all! What a result and a resounding vindication for common sense. The ‘good guys’ won and won big time.

Within days of this momentous victory, sentiment started to lift. People are now not frightened to make commitments(whether this be holidays, cars or other) and all this in aggregate with rejuvenate UK PLC and this will be reflected in the next quarters growth figures. Who would have ever thought this was possible only two weeks ago?

Red Ed and his ‘merry men’ did their best to stir up a ‘class war’ that is divisive and morally bankrupt. Thank goodness sanity prevailed and the Tory Party will now preside over a workable majority for the benefit of all working people in the UK.

The absence of the ‘black death’ (Mansion Tax) will be a great relief to the residential property market above £2million which has been flagging of late and values could well grow by 5-7% during the course of the year.

We have already contracted £50million (above £2million) in the last two weeks and we are hopeful of an exciting year ahead.
The two Ed’s should have read the immortal words of William J. H. Boetcker (1873–1962) before they wrote the Labour Party Manifesto that ‘bombed’ at the General Election:

‘You cannot bring about prosperity by discouraging thrift
You cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong
You cannot help the wage earner by pulling down the wage payer
You cannot further the brotherhood of man by encouraging class hatred
You cannot help the poor by destroying the rich
You cannot keep out of trouble by spending more than you earn
You cannot build character and courage by taking away man’s initiative and independence
You cannot help men permanently by doing for them what they could and should do for themselves’.