May 05

David Cameron showed he is a populist Kleptocratic leader. The man who uses 10s Bns in tax revenue to subsidise Banks, The Arms Industry, City, Big Oil and Hedge Funds said he was upset airlines deliberately put up holiday prices in the school holidays.

Um yeah!

Whether you’re Ron Paul, Rand Paul, Marx, Benn, Huhne, Cable or a fucking idiot but not as dumb as Call Me Dave what else would you expect? Continue reading »

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Sep 30

Well the Gimmicks come thick and fast a fuel duty freeze very nice if you run a big expensive car I guess. Just as an energy price freeze helps the Millionaire more than the council tenant. Continue reading »

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Jun 05

In the run up to the 1997 Election with the economy stable the savant Brown decided to say he would follow Clarke’s policies. Which he did up until 2001. This he supposed would quieten the so called markets and the press and it was successful. Also whilst the Major boom might have been joyless it was working and certainly not as joy-less as the money/debt illusion boom of the new century.

This based on Balls appearances the other day would appear to be Labour’s policy again. Only this time they are accepting economics no one sane on the right or left would take seriously. A withering austerity that threatens to leave millions in poverty and a society of indentured servitude for graduates and mortgage holders. A society where free expression and thought will be sackable offences.

Why would Ed Balls who pushed massive stimulus 3 years ago, along with kicking out the immigrants, to be leader of the Labour Party now be in favour of austerity? Can we conclude that the master of failed City regulation and PFI fraud is a broken man? A cuckold of Miliband? Having to peddle a line drawn up by the moronic prejudice of  focus groups of floating voter flotsam?

Either way only a few technocrats imposed by Germany on Greece, Spain and Italy with Labour, Liberal and Tory parties in the world now support this economics of Austerity. Whilst I dislike Balls intently and think him a functioning moron nonetheless like Vince Cable you have to wonder if to his panoplia of faults being a gutless self first career creep may be added.

No wonder Osborne sponsored his marathon run. They agree on almost everything.

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Apr 28

My issue with Brown getting into a car still miked up calling some old bigot an old bigot is not that he did that.

Hell how many of us have left a meeting and used industrial language about someone who we did not like.

My issues are:-

  1. That he has so little self awareness that he has the mike on him.
  2. That he does not confront the old bigot’s views and patronises her. For all his education he does not have any arguments to defeat some 65 year old who does not know what a bigot is.
  3. Worst is that he as so called Prime Minister and so called Leader instantly blames an advisor for him meeting ordinary people. Honestly does he take responsibility for anything he does? Is he saying he is a mere toy to be played with by his advisors?

The repercussions should be severe for the Labour party. This man’s unsuitability and child like personality have long been known about. Yet acolytes and sycophants have denied stories about Brown being a petty little boy who has never grown up. They blamed others support for Blair for honest and now seemingly mild critique that this broken fool did not have the personality for leadership. He mocks the 300+ Labour MPs who did not have to but backed his leadership bid – given many clearly did not support him ironically a clue to their inside knowledge of his vengeful nature. They are all shown as liars and fools by this single episode.  Quite how any of the MPs who backed him and denied what was transparent before today can ever be taken seriously again is beyond me.

Those who may be smiling are Geoff ‘Buff’ Hoon and ‘Patronising’ Hewitt who led a coup against this wreck of a Prime Minister. Miliband and the rest of the PLP are shown as gutless cringing creeps who thought of their ambition above the party and the working people of this country. Hoon and Hewitt they at least tried to save the Labour Party from being led by a childish, narcissistic, psychotic  self aggrandising twit.

“Fools,” said I, “you do not know
Silence like a cancer grows
Hear my words that I might teach you
Take my arms that I might reach you”
But my words like silent raindrops fell
And echoed in the wells of silence

This man and the Labour MPs who backed him for an easy life may have sentenced the working class to a Tory Govt intent on making the poor pay so they can inherit a lot of money tax free.

Labour had 13 years and yet like Brown all it seems to have wanted to do was enrich itself and have people bow and scrape to their goodness. Are they any more the party of the working class than the Tories?

Brown is back to chasing the pity vote? Could this be a deliberate strategy? Sadly its is not this country is led by a fool.

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