Sunday, 20 February 2011

The yellow streak writes but there's no mention of Libya,I wonder why!

What a nerve you have Mr yellow streak Brown! To claim that you care about the plight of young people after your period as Chancellor is unbelievable. After all, it was you, Mr yellow streak Brown who squandered billions of pounds during your years as chancellor on projects which probably had more to do with enhancing your short term image and improve your chances of succeeding Blair rather than doing what was right for the country.
It was you who sold off the nations gold which cost the nation over 12 billion pounds despite being advised against do so by your own treasury officials. It was also you who has saddled future generations with massive future debts from PFI projects simply to hide the figures from the balance sheets and therefore, make yourself look good with the nations finances in the short term. The private finance companies are, doubtless,very happy - but the rest of the nations young people will have to pay for this for over 30 years to come at a final bill to the taxpayer of £200 billion.
Is this the same yellow streak Brown that poured money into education that led to 1 in 4 pupils unable to speak the Queen's English or do basic reading and writing tasks? The same man that deliberately dumbed down exams to get fictitious results? The same man that spent every penny of our money as though there was no tomorrow? The same man that it is now revealed stole £80billion from some of the best pension schemes in the world?
Finally, it was you who advocated light-touch regulation, and steered our economy away from manufacturing industry and towards financial services which is why we are in the mess we are now. You were blessed with large sums of money during your term in power and could have done what most decent Labour chancellors would probably have done by investing in manufacturing and giving hope to those young people whom you now claim to care so much about. Future generations will not judge you well and who could blame them?
It's time for you to shut up, Mr yellow streak Brown, and let people who actually know and care about education to get on with it. You will find that your friend Gaddafi needs you.

Friday, 18 February 2011

Oh for Christ's sake why don't you shut up.

Why should anyone in Britain complain about selling arms to Bahrain? My view its hypocrisy galore!
Without these arms sales, many weapons factories will close down, and thousands will go jobless. A country cannot make arms to sell them only to those who are ethical and democratic, as common sense dictates they wouldn't and shouldn't use them.
What about the money these Arab "dictators" have in British and European banks? Shouldn't banks stop doing business with them and give them back their deposits?
How about boycotting every country that doesn't have a democratically elected government, and stop co-operation and business affairs immediately? Because anything less than that would be hypocritical and unethical. To criticize one aspect- arms sales -while letting other essential and important aspects - auto, commerce, oil, infrastructure - go past is simply double sided dirty ethics.
The west is involved and engaged with such nations because it is in its own benefit, and for the benefit of its own citizens, and to start looking at matters from a righteous point of view will simply ruin western economies and send it back to medieval days.

If thats all you got to say "Balls" then please shut up!

Why on earth shouldn't the governor of the Bank of England can’t give a verdict on UK Economy. You can be sure that if he were agreeing with Balls then Balls would be saying “The governor of the Bank of England agrees with me and you don’t get a better endorsement than that” It’s all very New Labour – if someone disagrees with you, either smear them or shut them up.
Red Ed Balls only believes in an independent BOE when it confirms Balls' theories. If it confirms Coalition policies it is clearly not "independent" any more, and should become part of government again. Balls' thuggish approach to anyone who disagrees with him, like his older thug master yellow streak Brown.
After all you and Liebore created the debt in the first place.

Friday, 11 February 2011

Oh dear,back to the future for Red Ed and his cronies.

Doesn't this idiot Miliband realise that these cuts are all down to his Labour Parties totally mishandling the UK economy, trying to buy votes by giving away benefits to everyone.
Fellow idiots Bliar and yellow streak Brown allowed unlimited immigration both legal and illegal, catastrophic pay rises to councillors and civil servants. Both then turned a blind eye to all the MP's fiddling their expenses, they allowed the Unions to bribe them, were and still are in a position where they have no answer to union pressure. They allowed an unlimited number of NHS managers to build little empires so there are now more managers than nurses. It is now payback time.
Miliband can go to as many union rallies as he likes, no problem. He has only one vote, he is nothing in the scheme of things, he likes to feel he is the leader of a party of no hopers, who won't be a power in politics for the next hundred years, by then Labours debt should be paid off.

Monday, 7 February 2011

The yellow streak PM and Abdelbaset al-Megrahi.

Whatever the rights and wrongs of the case, whether he is guilty or not one certain fact is that the then Labour regime stated flatly and unequivocally that they had nothing to do with the decision to release him. It now turns out that they were lying and this is why I call Brown the yellow streak PM.
Abdelbaset al-Megrahi was released on compassionate grounds of course it was for oil ... What about compassion for all the innocent people that he murdered? He should have NEVER been released ... what a slap in the face to all effected by this murderer!
Here's what I wrote in my blog in 2009 just after he was released by the Scottish executive.

Jack Straw, the Justice Secretary, broke ranks and admitted publicly for the first time that trade and oil agreements were an essential part of the British Government’s decision to include Megrahi in the PTA with Libya. Megrahi, the only man convicted of the Lockerbie bombing of December 1988 which killed 270 people, was freed on Aug 20. His release and the jubilant scenes in Tripoli, the Libyan capital, when he returned prompted an international outcry.
The Scottish and British governments actively assisted Megrahi and his legal team to seek a release on compassionate grounds even though the thrust of talks before July this year had been over his release as part of a Prisoner Transfer Agreement (PTA) between Britain and Libya.
It looks to me as though Jack "Man of" straw has got the yellow streak Brown in his sights and is hunting him down. There can be no other reason for suddenly confirming to the rest of us what a liar we have as PM.
Gordon MacYellow will not be too happy about Jack spilling his guts all over the floor about this shameful little episode!
Liebore lack morals and are duplicitous in lying to the UK public over this and many more incidents. Lied on Iraq, lied on the economy are just two examples. Liebore will keep on lying because that is all they do.

Friday, 4 February 2011

Red Ed says 'sorry' for failure to regulate the banks.

Red Ed Miliband finally apologised yesterday for Labour’s failure to regulate the banks properly ahead of the financial crash. The new leader – who worked closely with yellow streak Gordon Brown at the Treasury for years finally came out and said 'sorry'.
He hasn't said sorry for Labour leaving us with no money left in the kitty. He hasn't said sorry for Labour allowing immigration to escalate to such a degree that our country is struggling with the burden inflicted on our health service, our housing, our roads. He hasn't said sorry for Labour giving away money and making life that much easier for benefit scroungers. The Labour leader also warned that today's young people are set to be the first generation in more than a century to end up worse-off than their parents. This may be something to do with Labour's policies of mass importation of cheap workers to replace British ones, thereby giving 2 out of every 3 jobs created to foreigners, mass immigration of people who don't want to work, encouragement of companies to outsource, the destruction of communities, just to name a few of the gems Labour has left for future generations. I trust he will include these in his speech about betrayal of the young.
Basically he is not sorry. He simply thinks that saying sorry is enough. Well this time Labour really exceeded their worst ever performances thus making it virtually impossible for any subsequent government to haul us out of the mess we are in. If I live long enough to vote at the next election I shall give myself a minute's silence in remembrance of all that Labour inflicted upon us before putting my cross against any candidate whose Party is other than Labour.
Red Ed and Labour should be cast into the wilderness for eternity for all I care.

Tuesday, 1 February 2011

Yet another BBC c--nt.

The, unbiased, BBC sacked Carol Thatcher for using a word related, in years gone by to a much loved cuddly toy, off air. Yet, these presenters like Paxman use what, to many of us, is gutter, foul language on air and, apparently, get away with it. The inconsistency and bias from the BBC are totally unacceptable. They are using my money to pay these less than impressive people.
Stop the licence tax and they can be as biased as they wish and call themselves the Labour Broadcasting Company which is, in effect, what they are.