No need to be confused any longer! Now you will understand exactly how you should vote. 😉 Post may contain satire and bias. I also talk about trends and likely results.
It’s UK election week on the blog – check out my previous post on The election 2015 communication circus. (And the previous two are relevant as well, on social change and personal development and worldviews and persuasion.)
The quick guide to voting in England
Vote UKIP if you are threatened by our fluid, interconnected world due to a deep psychological aversion to change.
Vote Conservative if you are threatened by our fluid, interconnected world due to fear of losing wealth and status.
Vote Labour if you are uncomfortable with our fluid, interconnected world and have a nub of social conscience.
Vote Liberal Democrat if you are uncomfortable with our fluid, interconnected world and don’t want to be those guys.
Vote Green if you see opportunities in our fluid, interconnected world and want society to reflect authentic human values.
Slightly flippant, perhaps, but not far wrong.
Voters elsewhere also have access to the Scottish National Party and Plaid Cymru, and there may be other smaller parties in your area, like National Health Action. Check those out too.