Today, voters are going to the polls in England, Scotland and Wales, where there are 4,700 seats being contested in 128 English Councils.
In Scotland there are 32 unitary authorities and in Wales there are 21 unitary authorities where elections are taking place. At the same time there are elections for Mayor also taking place in cites such as London and Liverpool.
So who to vote for? Well that is for you to decide but if you are voting today consider this. Your vote is not going to change a damn thing but for now let us play the state loaded dice of democracy.
If you vote for any Lib/Lab/con candidate you are supporting the murders of tens, if not hundreds of thousands of civilians by our troops acting as mercenaries for other countries.
If you do not condemn an action then you are obviously condoning it and shame on you.
So what about voting for Nationalist Candidates? Well that depends on how you define "Nationalist" and I would certainly not consider the British National Party to be a Nationalist Party any longer, especially having seen their London Mayoral candidate, the immigrant Carlos Cortiglia's shameful rimming of the homosexuals in his attempts to gain the "Pink Vote".
Neither do I think that his recommendation that nationalists voting in London, give their second vote to Red Ken Livingstone who wishes to make London the Islamic Capital of Europe shows the BNP to be Nationalists. Nick Griffin's sick sense of humour is way beyond me, that is for sure.
Then there are the English Democrats who would have you believe that they are a patriotic party whilst saying at the same time that anyone of any colour can be English. Do those sound like the words of patriots? No, I do not think so.
So who would I vote for? Well it would have to be the National Front. If no National Front candidate, any Independent Candidate who appears to be genuinely concerned about your part of the world.
Failing all of the above, then do not just stay at home.
Go to the polling station and spoil your ballot paper with words of your choice, so that at least you have had your say.
Remember that the number of spoilt ballot papers is reported at the count and so is a vote in itself.