I know I have a longer post that I need to write, but this short blurb will take priority for now. The recent UK election saw Prime Minister David Cameron win reelection against his challenger Ed Miliband. This came as a surprise considering Cameron’s dwindling popularity. Well, I hate to break it to any of his supporters, but it’s only the result of one thing; cheating. David Cameron is a cheater. C-H-E-A-T-E-R. Like with the rigged Scotland Independence referendum in favor of the monarchy and the English government, this election was also rigged in Cameron’s favor. In the next day or so (possibly a bit later on), allegations will come in more definitive terms of forging ballots and stripping voter roles of rival party voters by UKIP leader Nigel Farage. Seeking to get revenge for weakening his party’s influence, his accusations bear merit even with the initially skeptical British tabloid press. This will set off a fresh round of riots in the nation and, if Scotland Yard doesn’t act quickly, will escalate into the predictions for the UK that I’ve written about before. It’s a shame that Cameron needed to say things like this aloud. He and John Boehner will wish they hadn’t when shit hits the fan for them soon.