Saturday, 31 January 2009


I listened this morning to what our kamikaze leader said about these wildcat strikes. In his own words (if you can believe them) "INDEFENSIBLE" Thats his buzzword for this week, and I bet on wednesday in westminster questions he will use it.

He went on to say that the government would do all they could to train people for apprenticeships. Apprenticeships for what, to train how to put butter on bread for a job in the sandwich group SUBWAY or how to stack shelves for jobs in Asda and Tesco. Don't you think that this is a little late, what have you been doing over the past 12 years?

The facts speak for themselves. This kamikaze leader boasts that more than three million new jobs have been created since Labour was elected in 1997. It has contemptuously brushed aside worries expressed by a tiny handful of its labour MPs that nine out of ten of these jobs have gone to foreign workers and all the rest are in the service industry.

Do you know since 2005 more than 50,000 national insurance numbers have been issued in Newham and practically all of them have gone to non-British workers.
So much for the kamikaze leaders idea that, under present rules, bringing forward big Government capital projects will help Britons fight the recession.
But the kamikaze leader cannot say he was not warned. When the EU was enlarged to take in countries from Eastern Europe, bureaucrats in Brussels, to their credit for once, told governments that they could put temporary restrictions on entry to their labour markets.
Germany was quick off the mark here. Quite rightly, it imposed restrictions to protect the German labour market.
And what did the British Government and our kamikaze leader do? Nothing is the answer only a few thousand new workers would come they told us.
We all know now that the Government and the kamikaze leader was miles out. No matter what you look at this Government have been in trouble for the past 10 years and there is no way back. Do the cowardly kamikaze thing and go without honour.

Have a laugh with Virgin its payback time Richard

A disgruntled passenger finally catches up with Richard Branson in Davos Switzerland and gives him this letter.

Dear Mr Branson

REF: Mumbai to Heathrow 7th December 2008

I love the Virgin brand, I really do which is why I continue to use it despite a series of unfortunate incidents over the last few years. This latest incident takes the biscuit.

Ironically, by the end of the flight I would have gladly paid over a thousand rupees for a single biscuit following the culinary journey of hell I was subjected to at the hands of your corporation.

Look at this Richard. Just look at it:

I imagine the same questions are racing through your brilliant mind as were racing through mine on that fateful day. What is this? Why have I been given it? What have I done to deserve this? And, which one is the starter, which one is the desert?

You don't get to a position like yours Richard with anything less than a generous sprinkling of observational power so I KNOW you will have spotted the tomato next to the two yellow shafts of sponge on the left. Yes, it's next to the sponge shaft without the green paste. That's got to be the clue hasn't it. No sane person would serve a desert with a tomato would they. Well answer me this Richard, what sort of animal would serve a desert with peas in:

I know it looks like a baaji but it's in custard Richard, custard. It must be the pudding. Well you'll be fascinated to hear that it wasn't custard. It was a sour gel with a clear oil on top. It's only redeeming feature was that it managed to be so alien to my palette that it took away the taste of the curry emanating from our miscellaneous central cuboid of beige matter. Perhaps the meal on the left might be the desert after all.

Anyway, this is all irrelevant at the moment. I was raised strictly but neatly by my parents and if they knew I had started desert before the main course, a sponge shaft would be the least of my worries. So lets peel back the tin-foil on the main dish and see what's on offer.

I'll try and explain how this felt. Imagine being a twelve year old boy Richard. Now imagine it's Christmas morning and you're sat their with your final present to open. It's a big one, and you know what it is. It's that Goodmans stereo you picked out the catalogue and wrote to Santa about.

Only you open the present and it's not in there. It's your hamster Richard. It's your hamster in the box and it's not breathing. That's how I felt when I peeled back the foil and saw this:

Now I know what you're thinking. You're thinking it's more of that Baaji custard. I admit I thought the same too, but no. It's mustard Richard. MUSTARD. More mustard than any man could consume in a month. On the left we have a piece of broccoli and some peppers in a brown glue-like oil and on the right the chef had prepared some mashed potato. The potato masher had obviously broken and so it was decided the next best thing would be to pass the potatoes through the digestive tract of a bird.

Once it was regurgitated it was clearly then blended and mixed with a bit of mustard. Everybody likes a bit of mustard Richard.

By now I was actually starting to feel a little hypoglycaemic. I needed a sugar hit. Luckily there was a small cookie provided. It had caught my eye earlier due to it's baffling presentation:

It appears to be in an evidence bag from the scene of a crime. A CRIME AGAINST BLOODY COOKING. Either that or some sort of back-street underground cookie, purchased off a gun-toting maniac high on his own supply of yeast. You certainly wouldn't want to be caught carrying one of these through customs. Imagine biting into a piece of brass Richard. That would be softer on the teeth than the specimen above.

I was exhausted. All I wanted to do was relax but obviously I had to sit with that mess in front of me for half an hour. I swear the sponge shafts moved at one point.

Once cleared, I decided to relax with a bit of your world-famous onboard entertainment. I switched it on:

I apologise for the quality of the photo, it's just it was incredibly hard to capture Boris Johnson's face through the flickering white lines running up and down the screen. Perhaps it would be better on another channel:

Is that Ray Liotta? A question I found myself asking over and over again throughout the gruelling half-hour I attempted to watch the film like this. After that I switched off. I'd had enough. I was the hungriest I'd been in my adult life and I had a splitting headache from squinting at a crackling screen.

My only option was to simply stare at the seat in front and wait for either food, or sleep. Neither came for an incredibly long time. But when it did it surpassed my wildest expectations:

Yes! It's another crime-scene cookie. Only this time you dunk it in the white stuff.

Richard.... What is that white stuff? It looked like it was going to be yoghurt. It finally dawned on me what it was after staring at it. It was a mixture between the Baaji custard and the Mustard sauce. It reminded me of my first week at university. I had overheard that you could make a drink by mixing vodka and refreshers. I lied to my new friends and told them I'd done it loads of times. When I attempted to make the drink in a big bowl it formed a cheese Richard, a cheese. That cheese looked a lot like your baaji-mustard.

So that was that Richard. I didn't eat a bloody thing. My only question is: How can you live like this? I can't imagine what dinner round your house is like, it must be like something out of a nature documentary.

As I said at the start I love your brand, I really do. It's just a shame such a simple thing could bring it crashing to it's knees and begging for sustenance.

Yours Sincererly...

Friday, 30 January 2009

Kamikaze Brown's 'jobs for Britain' row.Rise up, Rise up, good people of England

Rise up, Rise up, good people of England!

A wave of Seventies-style wildcat strikes broke out across Britain today in protest at foreign workers taking jobs.

More than 1,000 employees downed tools at power plants and oil and gas refineries in
England, Scotland and Wales.

The unofficial walk-outs were triggered by anger over a major construction contract at a Lincolnshire refinery being awarded to an Italian firm that promptly imported Italian and Portuguese people to do the job.

A crowd of hundreds outside the Total oil refinery in Lindsey were told by shop steward Kenny Ward: “I'm a victim, you are a victim, there are thousands in this country that are victims to this discrimination, this victimisation of the British worker.”

The plant gave a £200 million deal to Italy's IREM after two British firms lost in the bidding. The Italians said the contract required specialised workers.

Sympathy protests spread with a speed that echoed the fuel protests of 2000, though pickets have so far not tried to stop production.

The uproar was a blow to our kamikaze leader Brown, whose pledge of “British jobs for British workers” was denounced by trade union leaders as hollow.

They said the reality was that Britons were suffering “discrimination” and being “victimised” by employers importing foreign labour.

So, who got it wrong this labour government thats who, its not the fault of the Italian and Portuguese workers its a fault fairly and squarely in the fact that an Italian company won the contract. If kamikaze wanker Brown wanted British jobs for British workers he could have made sure that the contract went to a UK company. Yet another failure by wanker Brown and his westminster cronies.

Now is the time for more protests, like for example what Daniel1979 Blog proposed in his recent article:-

If a centre-right UK government was in power right now and presided over an approximate fall of £22,000 property value in every house in the UK, the media, led by the BBC would be calling for the PM’s head.Our TV screens would be full of Left leaning MPs calling for the uncaring and inactive government to be overhauled. “Economic Experts” would be in the news telling viewers and readers that people are struggling because of the Governments actions and/or inactions.

If a centre-right government had been in charge of a monetary policy that had saw Sterling plummet to a 23 year low against the dollar, and all time low against the Euro, and we were witnessing loses of thousands of Manufacturing Jobs; the trade unions would be protesting in the streets about the tough market conditions and the increased jobless numbers.

If a centre-right government was proven in the media to have Parliamentarians selling, openly, their time and professional influence in making and changing laws; we would be calling it a “Constitutional Crisis”, and every law passed during that parliament would come under immense scrutiny. Lawyers would be having a field day. An immediate General Election would be called for by the left-wing leader of the opposition.

If a centre-right PM appointed his most influential minister to the House of Lords, free from the scrutiny of public election and being shadowed by an elected member of the shadow cabinet, then everybody would be calling it exactly what it is; an attempt to undermine Parliamentary accountability.

If a combination of the above situations had occurred we would likely have a combination, or all of the above consequences and responses. Eastenders would have story lines families going broke and being evicted, there would be students organising protests and recruiting members to radical organisations, and the Labour and Union conferences would be getting in depth media coverage. We would be told that there is an unprecedented social crisis taking place in the country.

So why is it, with a left-wing government in power, with The EU Lisbon Constitutional Treaty being forced on the UK without the promised referendum, with house prices nose-diving, with Sterling crashing, stock prices crashing, with a seemingly irreversible trend of the rich-poor divide growing further, with unpopular and oppressive laws being passed, with Peers being caught on tape selling their influence within the upper chamber of our national legislature; why is there no coherent, organised, public outcry of any significance? Why haven’t the people taken to the streets?

It is my assertion that if we currently had a Conservative Government, and were facing the scale of problems that we currently are, things would be very different. The opposition would be in a much stronger position. In fact, I suspect the calls from the public for a general election would be deafening.

There are no mass protests against the government in the streets, there is no radical student band amassing at St Stephens Gate.

The blogosphere has become an established force, and though there is balance and a real spectrum of views and approaches, it is noticeable that the centre-right opinions are prevalent. Have people taken to their computer keyboards rather than marching in the streets. Has the blog become the voice of the right, where the strikers placard is the voice of the left?

I am not sure that it has, or is. But I do not think the blogosphere realised its full reach and influence. Where there seems to be a balance in favour of influence to the political right on the blogosphere, there seems to be the reverse in the organising and effect of public protesting. With the Left targeting the blogosphere more and more, is now the correct time for the centre-right parties to be looking at getting people involved in rallies and protests, for which there is much to target? If they did, we may, just possibly, see that general election in 2009 that nobody is expecting.


Well as you have read British jobs for British workers but of course what does this mean in 2009 Britain. While there are many jobs for the wives of men being created by Morrisons, Tesco, Asda and Subway all menial by design and pay; but whats left for the male? Banking in collapse, Finance is in free fall, Steelmaking almost dead and buried, Car making and associated industries is just hanging on with government bailout, Construction industry, well whats there to say, as our kamikaze leader said less than 2 years ago British jobs is for British workers, yet more hollow words.

Rise up, Rise up, good people of England and kick this Labour government out.

Thursday, 29 January 2009

Our kamikaze leader is preparing for civil unrest.

Labour MPs looked downhearted during the clash at prime ministers questions yesterday, which came amid more bad economic news and a series of opinion polls showing voters losing faith in our kamikaze leaders ability to handle the crisis. Losing faith in kamikaze Brown is a bit strange for a labour supporter although this voter never had any faith in this moron at any time. This is the moron who put our pension schemes back 50 years. Call an election now, that's what the whole country wants. NOW please.

Instead our kamikaze leader this morning pledged more government support for British companies providing digital communications and broadband networks as part of a plan to curb the impact of the recession. When will it ever end.
“Our digital networks will be the backbone of our economy in the decades ahead,” said the kamikaze prime minister in a speech in London, adding that “Britain must invest in the industries of the future” as it fights its way out of recession. Who on earth is he kidding we are light years away from our American, Continental and Eastern rivals on this subject.

Here is a forecast by Gerald Celente of The Trends Research Institute, New York, who successfully predicted the panic of 2008.

A storm of British riots are on the horizon with our wanker kamikaze leader being the target . This year will see from the major economic breakdown will be followed by riots, as people who have lost everything rebel against the situation, where those labour cronies in power save themselves at the expense of everyone else.
The British crisis will only get worse and turn into the greatest depression in modern history. Its like the cruise liner Titanic. The ship is sinking and spaces on the lifeboats are few. As the meltdown continues wanker Brown will finally call a general election and we will be saved.

If only this came true!

Wednesday, 28 January 2009

Our kamikaze leader is doomed to be a headless chicken

Our kamikaze leader has been out of his depth for years. He refused to listen to his colleagues when he was the Chancellor, even though the seeds of todays disaster were being planted by him.
He clashed continuously with the then PM, not over policy but rather over his truculent view that he should be the PM - a bit like an unruly child who refused to behave.
As the looming problems of his ineptitude began to be apparent even to kamikaze Brown, he became desperate to leave the Treasury and become the PM - so no one could blame him, it would all be the fault of dumble dorf Darling. Or the Americans. Or Thatcher. Maybe Mandelson. (I forget who is in the firing line this week..) oh, I think its Draper and his labour list cronies!
To cover up the fact that he did nothing to stop the rot of his own making, he is coming out with a masses of new policies. If he had done one thing only, it would have been evident he was failing. But by announcing new initiatives every day of the week, he can continue the charade of a man in control. Or at least one who can save the world...
The fat kamikaze controller is floundering like a whale out of water, he helped create this mess and has no idea how to get us out. Im sick of hearing the same old bull from kamikaze Bovine Brown"this is a global recession started in America""Britain is well placed to ride out the recession" and the best one"No more boom and bust". Be a kamikaze man Gordon, go now and take those sycophantic parasites with you, your vampires in government have bled England dry far too long. Go,go,go.
I really cannot believe that the labour MP's don't understand just how hated this kamikaze leader Brown is!. Every day there are more people reaching retirement and finding their pension pot has already been robbed and what is left will not provide even a fraction of what they expected.
Bankrupcy is this kamikaze leaders legacy to this nation and his incompetance has destroyed the future of millions even if they don't know it yet!.
Savings are now worthless along with a devalued pound and kamikaze Brown is the man responsible. Headless chicken he may be but if he were left without bodyguards I am sure he would soon be headless for real!.

Tuesday, 27 January 2009

Mandelson to restart British car industry

Lord Mandelson made clear the money would have ‘eco’ strings attached, with a requirement that manufacturers develop low-emission vehicles.
He said he wanted to help ‘green Britain’s economic recovery’

Nu Liebor started off with the green "con" as an excuse to tax us to death. Now they are building the biggest airport ever. Two Jags promised to get us all out of our cars and on to his filthy dangerous public transport system. (Luddite Idiot!) Then we had Darling warning us that he would tax 4x4s off the roads this year with an ever increasing road fund. Then he wonders why no one is buying big cars and Land Rover especially. (even though he sold it to the Indians) Now they are going to GIVE money to encourage us to buy cars. Liars and idiots. If they had presented this lot as a gcse level economics project, the teacher would have sent for their parents.

Yet another badly thought out plan by our kamikaze leader and his cronies. My message to him is YOU MUST tell the people that this is a labour party, and we will spend. Invest, invest in all the people in single mothers, social care and pensioners, jobs and infrastructure, invest for the future. Update the railways, build the fast links. Build social housing. Build the new Thames airport. Update sea defences. Build new nuclear power stations. Stop messing around, show the people you have vision to take on projects that will benefit all when this recession ends. Show then you have confidence in the workers of this country... sorry I meant to say all you immigrants all the British workers have long gone! BECOME THE NEW BANKCRUPT BRITIAN AND KEEP LABOUR FOREVER.

Monday, 26 January 2009

I warned of global financial crisis ten years ago, claims kamikaze Brown

Yes, the world is upside down for our kamikaze leader who reckons he warned of this banking crisis 10 years ago but did nothing about it.

The lack of confidence in the ability of the present government to bring the uk economy back from the brink of disaster is clearly shown by the rest of the world as the pound continues to fall. The currency of third world countries is even stronger than the uk pound. It is all very well for the kamikaze Prime Minister and dumble dorf Chancellor to blame what is going on in the world, but if only they could just once admit their contribution to our decline.

Since coming to power New Labour have sold the national gold reserves, taxed us at every opportunity, spent huge sums of money, borrowed far too much increasing the national debt to record levels. Not to mention starting an illegal war and allowing immigration to get completely out of control. Now they throw borrowed money at problems hoping they will go away. The country needs its best brains to get working on our difficulties and I for one do not think we have them in place at this time.

As he didn't see it all coming, isn't it about time we saw him going??

Sunday, 25 January 2009

The next election "Labour will come third behind the Lib Dems"

Should Labour now admit it's going to lose the election?

I'm not sure I can see kamikaze Gordon Brown going for this, but Matthew Taylor has come up with an interesting idea about how Labour could get itself out of the mess it's in.

In a nutshell, it's "give up attacking the Tories and admit we'll probably lose the election". The post on his blog is worth reading in full, but here's the key section:
The conventional politics of claim and counterclaim, attack and rebuttal, won't work for Labour. The team that helped win for Labour between 1997 and 2005 is back inside the tent but, like generals, ageing political strategists are always inclined to fight the last battle.
Instead, Labour needs a radically different communication strategy. This might, for example, involve an explicit refusal to engage in party politics while the economic storm is raging.
Brown's message might be: 'I am reconciled to the likelihood of losing the next election. Neither I nor my ministers are going to waste any energy on that skirmish when the big battle is to get through this crisis'.

My reply is; it no longer matters what Labour say , nobody believes them. We have been told 'no more boom and bust', 'Britain is well placed to face the downturn', 'nobody will be affected by the loss of the 10p rate, 'the polls had nothing to do with the non-election decision.

We were promised a referendum on the EU Treaty and that there would only be 13000 workers coming in from Europe each year.

The British people have been lied to enough.

When the election comes the Labour manifesto will be treated as a piece of fiction, particularly after Labour reneged on the promised Lisbon Treaty which was in their last manifesto.

kamikaze Brown has now shown that his supposed economic competence was all just a myth and without that he has nothing.

The electorate have now realised this which is why the 'Brown' bounce has turned into the kamikaze Brown fall.

When the Labour party realise that defeat is inevitable, they will again be looking to change their leader.

dumble dorf Darling plans new rescue package for ailing economy

Yes, you read it correctly. According to todays Guardian this crackpot chancellor is likely to borrow more for short-term help. Its for the stricken car industry, but dumble dorf Darling has signalled to his officials that he is also prepared to use his second budget to improve Britain's infrastructure and boost sectors such as environmental technology, pharmaceuticals and the creative industries. Guess what, he forgot to say that he needs the money to pay for the Labour MPs redundancy packages, because when the election comes he will need it.
Tougher regulation of the banks will also be unveiled. And guess what, dumble dorf Darling has asked the chairman of the Financial Services Authority, Lord Turner, what needs to be done to improve the regulation of banks in the wake of the credit crunch! What a joke, you can tell he's still celebrating Robbie Burns birthday.

GET BACK TO SCOTLAND and take kamikaze BROWN with you and put England out their misery.

Our portly kamikaze PM

I really cannot believe it. He is now complaining about all the media artist's depicting him too FAT in their papers. You can tell he never looks on any of the internet blogs where he could find far worse.

Friday, 23 January 2009

Obama. Beware the toxic voice of the kamikaze pm

Can you believe it! according to reports our kamikaze leader has been the first European leader to speak to the "novice" new president.

Reporters awaiting our kamikaze leader arrival at an event in Glasgow were told it was being delayed while he took a pre-arranged call. Mr Obama's press secretary Robert Gibbs confirmed the President had spoken to the kamikaze leader Brown, adding that he had not yet spoken to any other European leader.
The call also covered Afghanistan, but the issue of British troop deployments was not raised.
Mr Obama has said he wants to send more forces to Afghanistan as part of what analysts believe could be an 'Iraq-style' military surge. The President has made clear he wants EU countries to follow suit.
Earlier this week, Brown our kamikaze leader hailed Mr Obama as a man of 'great vision' and said his inauguration was 'a new chapter in both American history and the world's history' so Obama should look out with these words of the kamikaze leader.

Why do we still let Brown and mandy the joker continue to run this country, we will all be on the dole when they are finished giving our money away . Come on Dave and Big Ken try harder to get this New Labour Out and the England we love so much can try to get back on its feet.

The Kamikaze pm says please help and Lord Turner says it not his fault

Britain today officially entered a recession as figures revealed the economy suffered its worst slump in almost three decades in the last quarter of 2008.
The economy shrank by 1.5 per cent in the last three months of the year - the worst quarterly performance for more than 28 years and far worse than expert had forecasts.
Added to a 0.6 per cent slump in the previous quarter, it puts Britain in an official recession for the first time since the 90s.

I find the arrogance and complacency of Lord Turner quite staggering. 'The banks will not collapse in the sense that the authorities will make sure that they will not collapse.'
That's alright then! Let's carry on as usual and the taxpayer can pick the tab up!
I'd rather see them go bust than saddle my grandchildren with their debt. His last paragraph, which you can read for yourselves, is almost incomprehensible coming from the alleged head of the FSA. Effectively saying, 'We didn't know our own business.' Whereas Brown, whom I despise with a vengeance, is guilty of squandering public money and taxes, it was the bankers who squandered and gambled money they never had in the first place and now want the taxpayer to absorb the debt to keep them all in the lifestyle to which they are well accustomed. Let them beg!!

Friday, 16 January 2009

Are all MP's as bad as this?

Chris McCafferty to stand down at last!

Calder Valley MP Chris McCafferty has confirmed that she'll stand down at the next GE. Hooray
Mrs McCafferty gained the seat in 1997 and held it in 2001 and 2005 GE.
By the time of next GE she can be near retirement age and she thinks a younger candidate can be better for the party's prospects ("you need plenty of energy in a constituency which is 24 miles long and I think it is time for someone younger to take over" That's why I have not been doing my job in London.
She decided to announce her retirement early so she can do even less than she has done since she was elected.
You only have to look at what she has done for the last 12 years and find very little, in fact less to nothing. Then take a look at what we have been paying her for this :-
2001-2 £92877
2002-3 £130919
2003-4 £129469
2004-5 £135762
2005-6 £139473
2006-7 £145345
Voting record
How Chris McCafferty voted on key issues since 2001:
Voted against a transparent Parliament. votes, speeches
Voted moderately for introducing a smoking ban. votes, speeches
Voted moderately for introducing ID cards. votes, speeches
Voted moderately against introducing foundation hospitals. votes, speeches
Voted moderately against introducing student top-up fees. votes, speeches
Voted strongly for Labour's anti-terrorism laws. votes, speeches
Voted very strongly against the Iraq war. votes, speeches
Voted strongly against an investigation into the Iraq war. votes, speeches
Voted very strongly against replacing Trident. votes, speeches
Voted strongly for the hunting ban. votes, speeches
Voted very strongly for equal gay rights. votes, speeches
Voted moderately for laws to stop climate change. votes, speeches

Work In Parliament
Chris has presented TWO 10 minute Bills:
The sale of alcohol and young personsThe control of ID documents
Chair of the All Party Group on Population, Development and Reproductive HealthChair of the All Party Parliamentary Friends of Islam
UK Member of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe
Click on the link below to find out Chris' support for Early Day Motions, Parliamentary Speeches, Parliamentary Questions and Voting Record
Has spoken in 13 debates in the last year — below average amongst MPs.
Has received answers to 29 written questions in the last year — average amongst MPs.
Is a member of 0 select committee (0 as chair).
Replied within 2 or 3 weeks to a medium number of messages sent via during 2007, according to constituents.
Has voted in 65% of votes in parliament — below average amongst MPs. (From Public Whip)
People have made 5 comments on this MP's speeches — average amongst MPs.
This MP's speeches, in Hansard, are readable by an average 18–19 year old, going by the Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level score.
As you can see not a lot.

Wednesday, 14 January 2009

Take heed Ma's predictions may come true but not for Barclays!

A Government minister has said that she could see a few "green shoots" of economic recovery.

Business Minister Baroness Vadera said it was too early to say how they would develop and made clear that she was not predicting the end of the current downturn.

But her comment will be taken as an indication that she is hopeful for a turnaround after months of economic gloom.

In his Pre-Budget Report in November, Chancellor Alistair Darling forecast a return to growth in the second half of this year, though subsequent indicators have prompted speculation that he may be forced to revise this assessment in the spring Budget.

Lady Vadera was asked on ITV's Lunchtime News when she believed the UK could expect to see "green shoots".

She replied: "It's a very uncertain world right now globally... I wouldn't want to be the one predicting it.

Barclays has announced plans to cut 2,100 jobs at its retail and commercial banking business.

The news comes a day after the banking giant said it was shedding the same number of jobs from its investment arm.

The bank is in consultation with trade union Unite over the job losses.

A spokesman said: "Barclays continually reviews its operations and resources so that they function efficiently as business needs and customer requirements evolve. In the current market conditions, this is particularly important."

The firm will take "all possible measures" to reduce compulsory lay-offs, including natural attrition, releasing contractors, closing vacancies and calling for voluntary redundancies.

At the beginning of last year, Barclays employed 135,000 people worldwide, of which 62,000 were based in the UK.

Monday, 12 January 2009

Wanker Brown's masterplan.

Wanker Brown launches his jobs masterplan.
The savage cuts marred a 'jobs summit' called by the Prime Minister to announce measures worth £500million to combat the rising number of losses.
Ominously for the wanker, there was fresh evidence that the 'bounce' credited with boosting his fortunes as the economic clouds gathered has been punctured.
Cameron is interrogated by two other wankers named Paxman and Marr of the BBC when he proposes buying a cup of tea- Where will you get the money, or something else must suffer, have you done your costings etc.
Wanker Brown on the other hand whafts around £37billion here there and everywhere and now yet another £500million for this, getting ready for another bank bailout costing more billions. Where does he get the money, you have to ask this question?
When Wanker Brown took control of the countries finances we had:-
Decent private sector pension schemes- Gone.
A stable housing market- Gone.
Reasonable food prices-Gone.
Reasonable fuel prices-Gone.
Reasonable energy prices- Gone.
Reasonable interest paid on savings- Gone.
A country that felt comfortable to live in- Gone.
We could go on and on yet the same imbeciles will turn out to vote for this corrupt government at the next election. It's AMAZING isn't it.

Yet another Labour social mobility idea from Harman.

Harman's law is Labour's biggest idea for 11 years
A public-sector duty to close the gap between rich and poor will tackle the class divide in a way that no other policy has

Comment made by a fellow socialist.
"Brilliant article" by Polly Toynbee.Very optimistic and positive for the future.A long road ahead but the fact masters of the universe that help perpeutuate and prop up the class system have been shown to be a bunch of self serving knaves with little in talent to warrant their enormous++++ salaries has provided a golden window of opportunity for the government
etc, etc...

I had no idea Polly was allowed to comment on her own articles!

My comment.
The gap between rich and poor in Britain is greater than in almost all rich nations...
...and worse than it was in 1997.
So how about five more years of these hopeless incompetents. Any takers?
Custodians of the citadels of wealth have wrecked the economy
Wrecker-in-chief (Great Britain branch): James Gordon "Boom 'n Bust" Brown.
The increasing irrelevance of Toynbee and, by more than implication, her mate and class-equal, Harperson is starting to make the latter's aspirant, lightweight socialism and the former's press releases (they're hardly 'articles') for said aspirations seem increasingly surreal - and self-indulgent.
If you want to cure inequality of opportunity, you start with the family (by encouraging a stable family unit). You follow that with a broad base of education models made freely available to all, according to their lights. That's true equality. You follow that by generating the conditions that allow a dynamic, productive economy, unencumbered by the twin evils of punitive taxation and incoherent regulation, to flourish.
As with child poverty, Toynbee's government's record on all of the above is so appalling, future generations will be tempted to believe that they'd actually set out deliberately to damage the country they'd promised to "serve" in 1997. We shall see.
But more likely that judgment will come much sooner, in a GENERAL ELECTION (when we poor saps finally get one).

The headless chicken from the Guardian

Labour pen writer, hated by most who know her, Always makes many errors in what she writes.

What self-respecting socialist doesn't have millions in the bank, children at Eton and a villa in Italy?”
~ Polly Toynbee on Polly Toynbee
“She never has anything to say, but she says it charmingly”
~ Oscar Wilde on Polly Toynbee
Pollyanna Henrietta Mildred Elizabeth Victoria Toynbee is a British journalist, best known for her role as high priestess of The Grauniad, in which she gives weekly sermons on the plight of the poor from the viewpoint of someone rich.
Born to a noble family and growing up with the proverbial (literal in her case), silver spoon in her mouth, Polly is exceedingly wealthy. She is also a passionate socialist. A passionate socialist who loathes privileges for the few and hates the concept of private education. Like many passionate socialists who loathe privileges for the few and hate the concept of private education, she lives in a mansion (complete with butler, maid and Polish gardener), owns a villa in Italy and sends her children to private schools. Like many passionate socialists who loathe privileges for the few and hate the concept of private education whilst owning mansions and villas and sending their children to private schools, the irony of this is entirely lost on Polly.
Like many bored rich girls who occasionally want to feel slightly guilty about being rich, Polly periodically ventures into the real world to observe ordinary people. Inspired by a David Attenborough documentary in which he lived among a group of baboons in Zambia, Polly decided to work as a dinnerlady and lived on the national minimum wage for a week. She even had to fill her own car with petrol. She called it a "novel experience" and something to regale the other ladies with at her coffee mornings, before returning to her mansion feeling better about herself. She later released a book based on her experiences entitled Hard Work: Life in Low-pay Britain: A Pampered Rich Girl's Perspective. Ironically, this book about poverty made Polly even richer.
Her Column
Polly writes a weekly column in The Grauniad, a publication read by like-minded rich people who also occasionally want to feel slightly guilty about being rich (without actually parting with their money), in which she laments the lot of those less fortunate than herself whilst fuming about rich people like herself, again without a hint of irony. Her columns are especially notorious for their liberal interpretation of the facts - even Jeffrey Archer has been known to blush at the looseness of the truth contained therein. This has given rise to a popular game known as Polly's Palters, in which participants choose one of her pieces at random, and attempt to find as many inaccuracies as possible. To paraphrase one of her 124 loyal readers, "I've learned a lot by reading the research that she skims."
Polly is a passionate climate change campaigner. She frets and fumes about the damage carbon emissions are doing to the world on every flight to her Italian villa, whilst simultaneously coating the planet in another layer of CO2. She has called for a supertax on air travel, to stop people less wealthy than her flying abroad. Polly has promised a defamation suit against Richard Littlejohn, after he suggested she only supports this because she doesn't want to share her cut-price Ryanair flights to Milan with the dregs of society any more.

Sunday, 11 January 2009

BBC disrupted interview on Sunday

Who's Gordon Brown kidding, it's certainly not me. He's laughing about David Camerons interview with the BBC dwarf Marr. I find it incredible that the BBC are treating a broadcast from Cameron's home as if it's some huge technical challenge. That is just absurd - the Andrew Marr show is forever going out to interview people, frequently in hotels and frequently in people's homes. This anecdote seriously supports the view that this was deliberate sabotage on the part of the BBC. Along with the obvious bit of sniggering subversion playing 'Oops I did it again' at the end of the show. They know full well what they are doing. Wankers.

Why does this face look familar she's the poison pen of this government.
Please read my next blog to find out!

Monday, 5 January 2009

New SpringWidget

Anti Kamikaze Gordon Brown and the BBC

Did you watch yesterday's interview between our Kamikaze leader and the BBC dwarf Andrew Marr, what a stitch up.

My wife thought I was having a fit watching the Broon Creature I laughed so much. Marr and the BBC are just Labour party puppets who prearrange all the questions as directed by Lord Sleaze, it is so obvious if you watch it carefully. What a performance by Gordy, it would have gone down well at the city varieties (music hall) in Leeds. Ah well at least he can find employment when we get rid of him and his bunch of crooks.

How on earth can he create 100,000 new jobs, what a down right lie.

To have a mind - first you need a brain.

To have a vision - you need clear sight.

This bufoon has neither.

He has steered UK PLC in bankruptcy and almost destroyed our civilisation. We can, should and we have a duty to sack him and his kind. This can and should be done by everyone by entering a legal state of "lawfull rebellion".

Google it and petition Her Majesty. We, the free people of this country have laws, rights and obligations that are being ignored. By the oath of office each MP took, he or she agreed to uphold Common Law to do otherwise is an act of treason. Most of our laws, we are told, are made in Brussels. That being the case, they have no legal power in the UK - that is a fact and, by passing them into statute, our MPs leave themselves open to a charge of treason. The first case will occur very soon now.

Saturday, 3 January 2009

Friday, 2 January 2009

My Budget for 2009-10 in Britain

I have just been going over my finanaces and can see a massive decline in my personal income. Especially with the Bank of England now forecast to reduce their interest payment for the coming year to almost zero and the chances me finding employment in a job that suits me are almost impossible.

I just can't imagine how most people who are on or below average income will survive, it will mean a poorer life for most in the UK.

It appears that this government are past their best and an election is I believe the only solution, but, I am unsure whether any future government will solve the problem. Lets, be fair we can only expect a decline in our personal and countries wealth and the sooner Gordon Brown tells us this fact the better. You only have to visit China and India and see how all the billions of people have had some increase in their lifestyle and all the millions who have increased it by ten fold or more.

I really now hate everything about Gordon Brown, he is a real bastard and I have pinched what another blogger wrote about him, so please read below.

The Prime Minister’s New Year message for 2009:

The bastard is one for using twenty words when one will do so I will cut through the bull and put in what he really means.
As we look forward to this New Year, we face a challenge. A challenge of how we build a better tomorrow, today.You will do as we dictate.
It will be my unwavering focus to make the right decisions to build in a world of danger and uncertainty a Britain of opportunity and hope.
I've f----- it up already.
This coming year won’t be easy, but I am determined that this government will be the rock of stability and fairness on which the British people can depend.
Were in the shit.
The scale of the challenges we face is matched by the strength of my optimism that the British people can and will rise to meet them. Because we’re not a do nothing people and we’ve always risen to every challenge.
I have not got a clue.
We can meet the security challenge, the environmental challenge and the enormous economic challenge.
The British genius has always been to embrace the world in which we live, not the world we want to live in.
Its not my fault, some big boys made all go wrong and they ran away.
At all times, but perhaps especially at this time of year, we must acknowledge the debt we owe to our servicemen and women who meet our security challenge. Their bravery is unsurpassed and their sacrifice knows no bounds. Whilst at the same time I will do nothing about slum housing, piss poor equipment and have not yet met a single dead body back from one of the New Labour wars.
And as we meet the security challenge, so we must also meet the challenge of climate change.
The pace of climate change is such that it not only threatens future generations, but imperils our generation today.
We have no energy policy.
Again, in an ever more interdependent world this will require us to build alliances and win arguments for change that is real, fair and sustainable.
I am off to Saudi again with the begging bowl out.
I believe we can do it - and because we can, we must. The stakes are too great with our planet in peril for us to do anything less.
Lets just hope the Russians don't pull the plug on the gas!
I look forward to working with President Elect Obama in creating a transatlantic, and then a global coalition for change.
We can demonstrate this in 2009 in how we tackle climate change at the Copenhagen Summit.
We will do what ever the yanks tell us, so business as usual.
And we can demonstrate this in 2009 by making sure that now, more than ever, we keep our promises to the world’s poorest.
Money for terrorists, drug dealers and despots in Africa with necklaces of human skulls.
As we look ahead into 2009, the most immediate and pressing challenge of all for every continent is the economic challenge.
The banks are f-----. I ignored record debt lending, trading in debt and closed my eyes for years.
When the history books come to be written - 2008 will largely be remembered for the scale of the great economic and financial crisis. A year in which an old era of unbridled free market dogma was finally ushered out.
Bollocks I am going to get the blame, despite blaming everyone else.
And I want 2009 to be the year when the dawn of a new progressive era breaks across the world: purposeful and energetic governments giving real help to families and businesses when they need it the most; and through expanding through the downturn vital investments in our future - real hope for that future too.
More of the same failed policies.
Real help now. Real hope for the future. Both are essential. Alone one will not be enough. Failure to do either, as some propose, would mean both a longer, deeper downturn, and a weaker economy in the future.
Bailouts for banks and not a penny for anyone else.
The scale and speed of the global financial crisis was at times, almost overwhelming. I know that people felt bewildered, confused and sometimes frightened.
Its not my fault.
That is why the response had to be swift and decisive.
I will be dithering, biting nails and clunking.
That is why we acted so quickly to get money into the banks. Not for any desire to finance bankers, but because if we didn’t it would have put at risk that which is most important to you and me - your jobs, your homes, your savings, your standard of living.
Your screwed in 2009.
What keeps me up at night, and gets me up in the morning are the hopes and aspirations of the British people. My guiding principle, at all times, is the welfare and well being of British families and British businesses.
Will the plebs believe that I just fed them a steaming dollop of shit? Yep they are taking a nice big bite.
All of this would have been put at risk if we had not intervened and simply done nothing, as some would have had us do.
We made a mistake and its to late to get the money back so tough.
This will be a challenging year for the economy but I believe, with the right policies, we can build a better tomorrow, while dealing with the challenges of today.
We will dream up more taxes and waste it all on quangos.
The failure of British governments in previous global downturns was to succumb to political expediency and to cut back investment across the board, thereby stunting our ability to grow and strangling hope during the upturn.
This will not happen on my watch.
I shall tax you to penury.
The lesson of this crisis is that we do not let recession take its course, yield to defeatism, or simply muddle through and just hope for things to get better.
We caused it and shall pass the buck.
The message is - we take action: we are providing an extra £60 to pensioners immediately, on top of the winter allowance; increasing child benefit from January 1st to £20 per week; and helping 22 million basic rate taxpayers with a £145 tax cut. Added to that, the cut in VAT this year will knock around £275 off the average family household bill. Not to do this would be imprudent.
Just dont add up all the stealth taxes which will show you as much poorer in real terms.
Today the risk of attempting too little is a greater threat than the risk of attempting too much.
And in this period of difficulty and downturn, it is also important that we understand that amid the threats and the global risks there are great opportunities for Britain. We must prepare ourselves for these massive opportunities as the world economy doubles in size over the next two decades.
We must not just plan for tomorrow. Our task over the next twelve months is to build tomorrow today.
More quangos in the offing....
So that Britain creates the thousands of new tech jobs for the digital age now ahead of us, we must build the digital tomorrow, today
More state nannery.
So that Britain creates the thousands of green jobs vital for the environment and our economy, we must build that green future of tomorrow, today.
Guardian non jobs for treehuggers.
So that we have the best railways, roads and communications for the future, we must build the infrastructure of tomorrow, today.
Train fares just went up today by the way...
So we have the right skills for the future we must not let people’s lives waste away in unemployment without trying to help. So that they have the skills our country needs we must build that tomorrow, today.
I have a dream, no hang on someone did that before...Oh and most of the skilled people have buggered off abroad.
If we coordinate our expansion with other countries then the effect of one country’s action can be magnified, almost twice over.
They will save whilst we waste and we will go cap in hand to them when they recover.
So I want to set out an agenda for the G20 meeting of all the major economies in London in April that will help renew our global institutions for the intense levels of international cooperation we now need to solve our problems.
They will be laughing at my economic f---wittery.
So to those worried about jobs, we will take every action we can.
You will be getting a P45 soon.
For those worried about their homes, let me tell you that ordinary homeowners should not be the first to pay the price of financial failures. We will help people trying their best to pay their mortgages to stay in their own homes.
Your screwed. Especially if your mortgage is with Northern Rock.
To those who know that the only solution for our economy and environment is a global solution - expanding growth and tackling climate change together - let us say that we will work with Europe, America and others to meet the international challenges of this century - a World Bank for environment and development. And an International Monetary Fund that is an early warning system for crisis prevention.
All of these actions will play a role in delivering real help now and real hope for the future. And they will ensure that when we come out of this downturn we hit the ground running.
Much like the few survivors of the LZ 129 Hindenburg who had to leap from the flames.
I am confident that we can steer Britain safely into the future.
In the same way the Titanic was steered into the iceberg.
First, because I am confident in the innate strength and decency of the British people.
Hopefully the thick ones will believe me.
Second, because Britain as a country has faced down many even greater challenges than those before us today.
Despite my best efforts to f--- it up.
And third, because this government has set short term, medium term and long term challenges before, and, more crucially, have met them.
Having massaged the figures, lied, spun and forced Dr David Kelly to his death.
Today the issues may be different, more complex, more global. And yet the qualities that are needed to meet them have been demonstrated in abundance by the British people before.
Play the wartime spirit, good idea as they will all have ration cards and ID cards if I have my way....
I believe that we will eventually look back on the winter of 2008 and 2009 as another great global challenge that was thrown Britain’s way, and that Britain met. Because we had the right values, the right policies, the right character to meet them.
Repeat message: its not my fault, blame one, blame all but not Gordon. Never blame Gordon.
That’s why I believe Britain is the best country in the world. And the British people will, in 2009, show the world the qualities we are made of - as we build tomorrow, today.
So I have opened the door to one and all from Europe, illegals, migrants, terrorists and all the worlds trash. Giros for one and all, just vote Labour.
New Labour a huge "gold standard cock-up", amoral, corrupt and evil to the core.

So, now you see why I am depressed not only about this year but for the next generation to come.

Thursday, 1 January 2009

The Penalty a poem for 2009

The Penalty

Near the window burns a candle
Casting shadows on the floor
In a corner sits a lady
Shielding from a draughty door
Suffering from the damp and cold
The penalty for growing old.

She stirs the embers with twitching fingers
But flames have long since died
And no warmth comes from the tiny fireplace
And the old girl softly sighed
And down her cheeks the teardrops rolled
The penalty for growing old.

Should she make her way to bed
Or walk the empty streets
There’d be no comfort lying there
On torn and tattered sheets
Her plight to others had not been told
The penalty for growing old.

But soon her maker up above
Will take to his fold
But he’ll not make a penalty
For growing, growing old.