We didn’t vote, yet we won.

We are the majority.

We took 345 seats.

33.9 % of Britain said no on the day they begged us to say yes.

They’re wondering why.

Let’s keep them thinking.

No, let’s take their disappointment and raise them ten.

Let’s start our own party.

One without a leader and without candidates.

One that doesn’t make promises, but makes do.

One that tells the truth, no matter how much it hurts.

It’s what the world needs.

Raw, brutal honesty.

This can only come from the people.

From the gut that cannot lie.

We showed the will to resist, now imagine the good we can do if we all feel this way.

We can self-govern, as they did in Belgium for 541 days.

Let policies evolve from the ground up, driven from the heart, not the head.

Let us be our own opposition.

If it is to be, it is up to us.

The ‘Won’t Vote’ manifesto, as felt by the majority of Britain, on this night, Monday 11th May, 4 days after the 2015 General ‘Anaesthetic’ Election.


“So, nobody won.’

“No, we all won.”

“Who lost then?”

“The public.”

“But they voted, they called the shots.”

“Not from the heart. They choose with at least 2 layers of hyprocrisy.’

“So, who won?”

“The system.”

“And Jeremy Vine’s hologram.”

“It’s a sad, sad, sad, sad, world.”

“Cheer up you miserable twat.”

“Sorry, thought I had to tell the truth for a second.”

“Seconds to go.”

“5, 4, 3, 2, 1…