Saturday, 28 February 2009

Flash crash Gordon Brown has reiterated his call for a clean-up of the financial system to ensure what he called "banking responsibility" in the UK and abroad.

He also repeated his promise of legal action to recover pension pay-outs negotiated by bosses of failed banks. Oh come on flash crash Gordon you know you don't mean it!

In a speech to Labour activists in Bristol, the flash crash prime minister said banks had lost sight of basic moral values. Where's his I ask!

He outlined his vision for a reformed banking system, and promised banks that would help families and small firms. Why has it taken so long to realise this.

Mr Brown told members of Labour's National Policy Forum that there had been "the biggest collapse in the banking system that the world had ever seen". Yes, and you were partly to blame.

He said: "Our task must be nothing less than to rebuild a financial system where it has failed, and then to create an economy in which banks are no longer serving themselves but are serving the public of this country." His task should be to call a general election and let the winners decide what is good for our country and not the labour party and you.

Mr Brown said that "somehow" the financial world had lost sight of ordinary people's values, such as fairness and hard work. Yes, I agree with but it is many other disciplines as well including top of my list politicians.

"Some came to believe that we should sacrifice the value of being fair to that of laissez-faire," he said. And, what have you been doing then?

"Some acted as though free markets could be value-free markets." That's what you been claiming all these past years isn't it!

He said that "nudging and deregulating" banks towards better behaviour had not worked. Again I ask you why has been taking so long for you to realise this!

"You need fair rules, rules that reward those that play by them and punish those who don't." Then say goodbye flash crash Gordon.

Then why on earth should we believe what Brown has to say!

Friday, 27 February 2009

My reply from 10 Downing street

I recently signed an epetition with others on the Number 10 web site and yesterday I got this reply. You will notice that nowhere is there any remorse and still they are blaming the rest of the world. No mention anywhere about the Prime Minister who played his part in this crisis with all these CEO's of Northern Rock, HBOS, Bradford and Bingley and Bank of Scotland etc.

When Brown took control of the countries finances we had:-
A decent private sector pension schemes, now gone.
A stable housing market, now gone.
Reasonable food prices, now gone.
Reasonable fuel prices, now gone.
Reasonable energy prices, now gone.
Reasonable interest paid on savings, now gone.
A country that felt comfortable to live in, now gone.
And many many more.
He has steered UK PLC into 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 "lawful rebellion".
Of course this statement has been written by civil servants and obviously being a police state they do what there told to do.

Thursday 26 February 2009
Fianance - epetition response
We received a petition asking:
“We the undersigned petition the Prime Minister to resign due to gross financial incompetence in running the British economy.”

Read the Government’s response

The success of the Government’s macroeconomic framework, introduced in 1997, means that the UK is facing the international financial crisis and the recession it has caused around the world from a solid foundation. Credible medium term objectives and mechanisms for short-term flexibility mean that the Bank of England and the Government can deliver the necessary support to the economy without compromising their commitments to low inflation and sound public finances.
The Government’s priorities to get Britain through the recession fairly are to prevent the collapse of the banking system, so that people’s savings are secure and the banks can do their job; to get the financial system lending responsibly again so as to support businesses, jobs and growth; to support the economy and jobs through direct government action, including tax cuts and important investment projects; and to help people through these tough times, from homeowners with difficulties paying their mortgages, or people seeking employment or training, to small businesses with cashflow problems and larger businesses needing working capital.
Action has also been taken to boost our economy by putting money in people’s pockets and bringing investment plans forward. This includes:
· income tax cuts of £145 for every basic rate taxpayer;· £60 extra for every pensioner in January 2009;· a VAT cut worth on average over £200 to every family this year; and· an extra £3 billion investment in projects that will protect and create jobs.
Further details of the measures the Government has put in place to provide real help now so that homeowners, families and businesses can get through the downturn fairly are available online at
In addition to discretionary fiscal policy to support the economy through these difficult times the 2008 Pre-Budget Report announced a sustained fiscal consolidation from 2010-11 when the economy is expected to be recovering and able to support a reduction in borrowing:
· restricting the income tax personal allowance for those with incomes over £100,000 from April 2010, and introducing a new additional higher rate of income tax of 45 per cent for those with incomes above £150,000 from April 2011;
· increasing the employee, employer and self-employed rates of national insurance contributions by 0.5 per cent from April 2011;
· to offset the effects of the temporary reduction in VAT, increasing alcohol and tobacco duties, maintaining these increases after December 2009 to support fiscal consolidation; and following a fall in pump prices of over 20 pence per litre from their summer peaks, a two pence per litre increase in fuel duty from 1 December 2008; and
· an additional £5 billion value for money target for 2010-11 and setting assumptions for spending growth from 2011-12 onwards.
We will continue to do everything we can in the current difficult times to give real help now to families and businesses, and help our economy to come through this recession as quickly as possible, and we will take the tough decisions in the medium-term to maintain low inflation and sound public finances. This will ensure the UK is well-placed to prosper in the new global economy which will follow the current global recession.

Thursday, 26 February 2009

At last the tides turning in the wrong direction against Crash flash Gordon

Bank boss: Borrowing by Brown made crisis worse.

To all labour MPs will you sink or swim with him as leader?

THE bank crisis was made worse by Gordon Brown's decision to let borrowing rip, Bank of England Mervyn King suggested today.

In a surprising attack on the Prime Minister's handling of the economy, Mr King said Britain's borrowing levels were "too high" when the credit crunch exploded last year.

"I do think public debt matters. We get to this crisis with levels of public borrowing which were too high and that made it difficult," he told the Treasury select committee. Mr King also hinted that the Government had failed to give him sufficient powers to demand more information from banks to check how healthy they were and their risk to the country's financial stability.

What's so surprising? Hardly a day passes without further evidence of Gordon Brown's serial incompetence and of course, that's why Crash flash Gordon always puts the blame onto other countries. Really, Britain is in the worst spot, worst prepared, high tax low investments low economy. Crash flash Gordon!

Gordon Brown helped fuel Britain's banking crisis by pressuring City watchdogs into 'light-touch regulation', MPs were told today.

In damning evidence to the Treasury select committee yesterday, Financial Services Authority chairman Lord Turner said there was clear 'political' pressure not to question the business models of banks such as Northern Rock, HBOS and Bradford and Bingley.
The phrase 'light-touch regulation' was one often used by Mr Brown when chancellor and his then City minister Ed Balls. This was the headline news last tonight.
The truth is finally coming out bit by bit in this inquiry and flash Browns greasy fat mitts are all over this financial crisis. Unlike, America where there's a real attempt at having impartial oversight committees, in Britain it all goes back to the political party in power and with Liebour being the one in the frame we should have known it would all end in tears.
We'd like to think that the FSA & Treasury were independent as flash Gordon proclaimed them to be but the reality was an extreme political pressure put on them by liebour ministers. Just as the democrats before Bush drove the mortgage lenders to give mortgages to people that couldn't afford it so did Brown do the same to the Northern & Scottish banks where his power base lay.
As RBS prepared to announce a record-breaking £28bn loss today, its executives remained locked in discussions with the Treasury to establish how many shares the Edinburgh-based bank would need to issue to pay for the insurance, and how big a loss on its toxic assets it would have to bear before the protection took effect.RBS is due to announce its participation in the long-awaited scheme tomorrow when it releases the extent of its losses for 2008. Its bankers were finalising details of the deal to insure assets with the Treasury last night. The £300bn-plus of assets is more than previously expected.
And then we learn that Sir Fred Goodwin, the former Royal Bank of Scotland chief executive and one of the cronies of flash Gordon Brown, is already drawing a pension of £650,000 a year, even though he is only 50, it emerged tonight. Goodwin was awarded a £16m pension pot by the bank when he left last year, allowing him to claim the pension with immediate effect.
I'll make this VERY personal. How can it be that Goodwin, who has contributed far more than most to the economic devastation being experienced by hundreds of thousands of our people, can walk away with a pension, at the age of 50-ish, of over half a million pounds a year.
I will settle instead for Goodwin and flash Gordon. If we can't string the bastard's up by their goolies from a lamp-post then let's at least claw the pension pot back and remove the other one from his office. After all, in principle, it's but a tiny fraction of what they "owe" to the tax payer for the damage which been done and is continuing to effect everyones life.

Wednesday, 25 February 2009

Another day another decision for the Home secretary.

Will Liebour allow this Muslim hardliner with links to Hezbollah into Britain?

Jackboot Jacqui was tonight warned against exercising 'double standards' as an Islamic extremist prepared to travel to the UK.
Ibrahim Moussawi, a known hardliner with links to Hezbollah, has been invited to speak at a London university.
But Jackboot Jacqui is under pressure to refuse an entry visa to Moussawi, who has allegedly described Jews as 'a lesion on the forehead of history'.

I have an idea, how about letting everyone speak including Geert Wilders and let the public decide who they want to listen, agree or disagree with. Why, should the liebour government take your choice of who you want listen to away from you?
I believe the people of the UK are mature enough to make these decisions on their own without government interference. But, mark my words he'll be allowed in. Liebour don't care about upsetting the sensible part of the community and they haven't got the guts to risk upsetting the Muslims. Jackboot Jackie might not be safe at her sisters house if she upset them!

Monday, 23 February 2009

Latest ICM poll

Gordon Brown, your morally corrupt. Go, for the sake of humanity go and take your Frankenstein party with you!

Flash Gordon's leadership is dragging liebour's vote down, that's according to the ICM poll published today. By a majority of more than two to one, voters say that the party would do better at the next election if it was led by someone else. Go, for the sake of humanity go and take your Frankenstein party with you!
These results will come as a blow to flash Gordon who has sought to present himself as the statesman best equipped to lead the world out of the financial crisis. Liebour had hoped that the G20 in London in April would showcase his global role. Go, for the sake of humanity go!

Flash Gordon's Frankenstein's Monster of a party he has helped to create as nuliebour, for that's what it truly is. He must of known how corrupt, evil and incompetent it would become.
But are we surprised, no, the only difference between Liebour,Tories and Liberals, is the amount of hypocrisy 'left wing' politicians will embrace to seize power and enrich themselves.
Flash Gordon has recently written, "Tough times like these test our character" So, I have to ask where is his! If he actually had any character he would call an election given that he personally does not hold power with the express mandate of the people. He was never directly elected as Prime Minister, just by the mandate of his corrupt party.

Flash Gordon said about a year and a half ago something along the lines of: "give us time to prove what we can do". Well, his time is up. We now want a choice. If he had real character, he'd give us, the people, the electors, the chance to have a choice. But he won't. He's too much of a coward to do that.
Fishing around for votes, and going soft on dealing with powerful bankers who have helped wrecked this economy, built, as it was on a bubble of borrowing that he should have seen coming and acted upon.

Global crisis, yes, we are worst placed in the whole world to deal with it, because our regulation of banking was less effective than Romania's. And still you greasily smile and deny all responsibility for anything.

Sunday, 22 February 2009

From Bush's poodle to Obama's breakfast thats all we are good for.

flash Gordon flies to meet President Obama for breakfast crisis talks. He's calling himself the toast after his predecessor being called the poodle.

flash Gordon will fly to Washington next week for his first meeting with Barack Obama since he became elected USA President. Our unelected leader is supposed to discuss an economic crisis which was caused by flash Gordon, Bush and Blair's watch. Instead of offering the new President humble pie he will offer himself as toast. This is a case of the blind leading the blind.
No, it will give a photo opportunity for flash Gordon as first leader from the EU to do so.
But, hang on he's an unelected leader who's socialist policies have already bankrupted our country and have left a disastrous financial debt for future generations to come, and an elected leader who is about to follow the same path as flash Gordon and destroy this once wealthy and great country. Well, that's socialism for you! and it's a case of the blind leading the blind once again.
Only our British media would see it as a race to get summoned to Washington first. Do you think the French or Germans care. They have a special relationship as well which is a bit more equal than Britain's and flash Gordon's pathetic attempts to appear a world statesman. It is making him turn from kamikaze to toast and more foolish by the day.

Saturday, 21 February 2009

flash Gordon, what's £1600 when he's lost billions.

Could you believe it?

Our kamikaze leader could face a ticking off by MPs over failing to declare only £1,600 in rent.

Flash Gordon could be officially censured by MPs for apparently breaching Commons rules over his expenses on only a technicality.
The Standards Commissioner, John Lyon has stated that flash Gordon failed properly to declare £1,600 in rent from subletting his constituency office to Liebour Party colleagues. It just goes to show how much all these MP's are on the fiddle if Lyon spent more than a year investigating this complaint.
Lyon's report has been sent to the Commons Standards and Privileges Committee, which could discuss the findings as early as next week. It is thought that the MP's will fine him for not making more, after all its not just the £1600 is the least of flash Gordon's worries. He should now be made accountable for all the billions he has wasted.
The billions he lost selling so much of our gold, it now stands at $1000 per ounce!
The billions he spent with the 3 B's on an illegal war in Iraq.
The billions still being spent on a war in Afghanistan that will never be won with all the resultant deaths of our young men.
The billions given to all the immigrants most of which gets sent back home to their families.
The billions of foreign aid which goes straight into dictators pockets.
The billions spent on quangos and useless IT projects.
The billions spent on snoopers and ID cards.
The billions spent on do nothing administrators and his cronies.
The billions spent on the workshy benefit scroungers and last but not least the many billions he has used to bail out the banks who are currently giving the two fingered salute at him and us.

The British electorate are tired of the behaviour of all politicians in and out of office; we want people of high integrity and honesty who believe in what they are doing, and truly represent the needs of the people not their own bank balances.

Friday, 20 February 2009

Go, go, for the sake of humanity go!

Just how far out of touch is the Liebour party, has become is starkly revealed, unintentionally by the words. 'Any party fallen so far behind in the polls will rightly question its direction'. But the week's speculation turned into full silly season mode when Yvette Cooper, the chief secretary to the Treasury, was touted as a "Stop Harriet" candidate.
Within the liebour cabinet more radical voices see the urgent need to get ahead of public opinion and not trail pathetically behind it.
There you have it, These deluded, morally and intellectually bankrupt politicians are only now able to question the disastrous course they have been on since at least 2001, not because of any deep moral soul searching, not because the have contemplated their work; the ruin of Iraq, the deaths, the maimings, not because of the destruction of our economy, our industry, and the hopes and dreams of hundreds of thousands of ordinary men, women and children, not because of the dismantling of our ancient legal liberties, not because of their personal greed, corruption and venality, but because they are behind in the opinion polls. And what are their urgent action priorities? Not to resign en masse, not to abase themselves in contrition at the feet of the people, not to cry to their God, if they have one, other than the Great Gods of Power and Money, but to get ahead of public opinion and not trail pathetically behind it.
Go, go, for the sake of humanity go!
Instead, their great save the world kamikaze leader went to see the the Pope to discuss the financial crisis with Benedict XVI. Heaven knows what flash Gordon is doing discussing the financial crisis with Benedict XVI, he is hardly likely to be of any help, far too busy managing the very full coffers of the Vatican. Unless, I know, he was there to see if he could offer some of our government bonds or welcome Benedict XVI to Britain.
Further, the assumption that all Catholics would be thrilled by a visit from the pope ahead of a UK election is debatable.
This is pure desperation, from our autistic moron of an unelected leader. If he thinks if all the world leaders with Obama (G20) and now the Pope come their charisma will somehow rub off on him and his fortunes will be transformed. Methinks a strait-jacket and a padded cell are not too far away for this deluded nutter.
Go, go, for the sake of humanity go!

Wednesday, 18 February 2009

Flash Gordon's recession policies

Finance. Bank's bonuses.
Employment. Jobs for British workers in KFC, Subway.
Immigration. 3.8million people born overseas are now working in the UK.
Bankers are filling up on buckets of fried chicken and takeaway pizza as the recession deepens, turning their backs on the fashionable restaurants and gourmet food that boomed as bonuses peaked.

The shift has taken flash Gordon by surprise. In the early days of doom and gloom, he predicted that a period of austerity would force banker's to return to leaner, more basic diets. It would be like war-time rationing all over again, he enthused, and – just as happened 70 years ago – the banker's would wind up healthier for it.

As the bank's failed, fast food is on the rise, as are the companies that sell it. Domino’s Pizza’s profits in the UK grew by 25 per cent in the past year; sales at Kentucky Fried Chicken are up 14 per this year; McDonald’s says its UK stores had their best performance last year. This again is good news because it will help flash Gordon to pay off the trillion pound debt.

As well as its possible effect on the banker’s waistlines, this clutch of companies could also change the face of the high street. Domino’s says it will open at least 50 new stores next year, while KFC said this week it would open up to 300 in the next five years and create 9,000 jobs. Subway, the purveyor of long sandwiches, is also raring to expand. It wants to open another 600 stores by 2010, and says it will create 7,000 jobs. This again is very good news for flash Gordon; as the UK's bank's fail he knows that they can find another job as a plate washer etc, that's if he can get all the immigrants to return home.
Jamie Oliver R.I.P.

Tuesday, 17 February 2009

Now, in 2009 it is happening once again but this time with pensions.

Sir James Crosby former HBOS CEO.

Lord Simpson's sacking from the post of chief executive of Marconi follows one of the most catastrophic declines in UK corporate history.

Do you remember the summer 2001 and the name Lord (George) Simpson another peer made by this socialist liebour government. He bankrupted Marconi and walked away with more than a £1 million payoff. Before that in 1996 he set up the deal to sell Lucas Industries to a much smaller company called Varity and swanned off to GEC with an enormous cheque from Lucas.
In 1999 Lucas Varity was sold off to TRW and Victor Rice who was the CEO at the time got a £16 million pay off.

Among those we had others marching off into the sunset clutching big cheques in 2001 are Sir Iain Vallance British Telecom, David Salisbury of Schroders, Gerald Corbett of Railtrack and Allen Yurko of engineers Invensys. All of these business leaders, many clutching multi-million pound payments, have several things in common. The companies they left are worth Billions less than when they joined. Profits and in some cases, dividends to shareholders were slashed while they were at the helm and workforces shrunk in the name of cost savings. Yet in none of these cases did they apologise for their mistakes and they all left far richer than when they arrived. You, today can find them all swanning around some golf course enjoying life in the sun.

All of this and more has happened under the watch of this liebour government and flash Gordon.

Now in 2009 it is happening once again but this time with pensions.
The senior banker blamed for the crisis at HBOS is in line for a 'scandalous' pension pay-out worth more than half a million pounds a year, it emerged yesterday.
Sir James Crosby, a former adviser to Gordon Brown, was the chief executive of HBOS until 2006 and oversaw the bank's much-criticised reliance on the wholesale credit markets.

Last week Sir James was also (forced) to resign as deputy chairman of Britain's financial watchdog the Financial Services Authority, in the wake of allegations that while at HBOS, he sacked a whistleblower who warned of the looming crisis.
Despite the controversy, Sir James is due to get an annual income of £572,000 from HBOS after building up a pension pot worth a staggering £10.4million during his time there.
Well, Sir James wants us to focus on facts and not rhetoric.

Well, it is a fact that we the taxpayer are bailing out HBOS with billions of our hard earned money.

This liebour government and flash gordon should not allow that he and other HBOS ex leaders to employ clever lawyers to defend their positions in the collapse of HBOS; a collapse that has upset the financial system as well as our economy. With the authority and responsibility they held (which led to their large pension pots) goes personal accountability for HBOS' demise.

If Sir James isn't to blame and Lord Stevenson and Hornby don't believe they are personally culpable either, well, would they like to tell us who is?

Please don't insult us further by pointing a finger at an anonymous market as the cause of our problems, they are all in serious denial if they either don't accept their parts in the mess or believe that taxpayers and the increasing thousands of unemployed will believe them.

All HBOS board members are personally accountable for this mess and all the rest of us are paying for and those that are found guilty of gross negligence should not be allowed any further financial benefits of any kind including pension benefits.

Monday, 16 February 2009

Will someone please clear out this pig stew?

Another one on the gravy train. Soon others will be named.

The Chancellor with the pick on his right shoulder is the latest high-profile politician to face questions about the controversial second-home allowance.
Last week, it was revealed that Home Secretary Smith claimed £116,000 on her family home in Redditch - listing her 'main residence' as a room in her sister's London home.
There is no suggestion that Darling broke any Commons rules, but I say that these revelations provide further evidence that the system needs a radical overhaul and needs be changed.

Darling's Commons expenses were looked at last night after it emerged that he claimed £70,000 in five years for his family home in Edinburgh.
He obtained taxpayer funding for mortgage payments, household bills and furnishings by classing the £1.2million townhouse as his 'second home'.
Before he became Chancellor, Darling had claimed that a small London flat - worth only around £150 a week in rent - was his main home.

'Darling obtained taxpayer funding for mortgage payments, household bills and furnishings by classing the £1.2million townhouse as his 'second home''. This greed and sleaze must stop.
The nation is in a recession and all these rather stupid and greedy politicians do is find more and more ways of sucking more money out of the system whilst people lose their jobs and some lose their homes.
£70,000 extra to pay his bills for his main home in Edinburgh by claiming a flat in London is his main home. Will someone not clear out this pig stew?

Is there ANYONE in politics who isn't a crook ?

Sunday, 15 February 2009

Revive our Heartbeat says village hit by ITV cost-cutting

A plea for cash from the BBC to save Heartbeat.
The decision by ITV to axe Sunday night drama Heartbeat after nearly two decades has left me very angry.
Yet another cut in this dammed recession. I have already signed a petition drawn up by the residents of Goathland, which doubles up as fictional Aidensfield on the show, is fighting back to rescue the series on which its economy depends.
In only a couple of weeks the villagers have already gathered almost 10,000 signatures for a petition calling on ITV to reconsider this move.

I think that the government should step in and take some money out of the BBC's pot and support programmes like this. The BBC have too many channnels for the minority; either, viewing or listening, who actually supports all these BBC channels each day anyway?
Since the nostalgic police drama first went on air in 1992 it has attracted a huge number of tourists to Goathland and surrounding area.
Many stores sell souvenirs linked to the show, a Heartbeat tour bus brings visitors in from Whitby nine miles away and the cast and crew bring in money in the winter months.
It is claimed that there must be thousands indirectly employed as a result of the drama's success.

It is the amount of publicity Heartbeat gives the whole area worldwide for tourism. Once it goes there will be a slow decline. Tourism is jobs, people coming back to the area and money coming into the local economy.

The series, which stars Joe McFadden as PC Joe Mason, has been a staple of Sunday night viewing for nearly two decades and used to regularly pull in ten million viewers.
Save our heartbeat and support the petition at:

Friday, 13 February 2009

First seven weeks a view of life in kamikaze's Brown run Britain

2009 will go down in the history books as the end of kamikaze Brown and liebour. After seven weeks the writing is already on the wall. This liebour government are the worst in history.
Just see what there going to leave: Oh, when is it going to end?

Life in kamikaze liebour Britain.

Alfie, who is just 4ft tall, hasn't yet hit puberty and was 12 when the baby was conceived, said: "When my mum found out, I thought I was going to get in trouble. We wanted to have the baby but were worried about how people would react". Alfie Patten, 13, and his girlfriend Chantelle Steadman, 15, decided to keep Maisie who was conceived after one night of unprotected sex.

I am sick and tired of seeing my tax money going to these blood sucking leeches! The socialist government need to stop throwing these people a bone. If they know they will have to fork out their own money to look after these kids then they would be a bit more careful; but they are safe in the knowledge that they can pop these poor kids out till their hearts content and spunge of people like myself; a hard working tax payer. No, more money for lay-abouts kamikaze BROWN, stop mugging tax payers off.

How many billions of pounds has the NHS computer system wasted under kamikaze liebour.

And that's before any bonus for failure is paid to the bought in IT consultants, Senior Civil Servants and the rest of this governments overpaid clowns who think up these schemes.
A department of Health spokesman said, "I haven't a clue about what has gone wrong, but I've been given a sound bite to read"! No more to be said!
Oh! what is the collective noun for incompetent Govt Officials? I've been told that a group of failed bankers is called a wunch, what do you call civil servants, anyone know?

Failed banks under kamikaze brown and liebour.

What do you think the Government is? It's a body that governs, and in that, it is supposed to regulate. What regulating of the financial industry did Boredom 'Boom & Bust' Clown do exactly? This gutless kamikaze PM was the Chancer, sorry, kamikaze Chancellor in charge of the Treasury, the buck stops with him. But he never admits failure.
To say this crisis couldn't have been foreseen is absolute rubbish: the signs were there, even as far back as 1997 as I can personally attest, when I applied for a mortgage and was encouraged even then to self certify my earnings.
Of course, many people who should have known better simply closed their eyes to the looming problem, hoping to continue to party like there was no tomorrow, making as much money as they could before the crash occurred.
kamikaze Alistair Darling has opted for one of the latest spring Budgets in modern times, on April 22. His latest since 1997 and lets hope its his last.

More sleaze and more sleaze from kamikaze liebour and their cronies.
So these corrupt lords and members of the cabinet who fraudulently claim expenses are "above the law". This is an insult to law abiding citizens who pay taxes from their salaries and expenses. I am outraged. Are we to sit back and "let it happen"? ENOUGH IS ENOUGH

And finally our kamikaze leader proves he's for Japan.

kamikaze Brown’s pledge to provide “British jobs for British workers” lay in tatters last night after claims a new £7.5billion high speed rail network will create just 500 posts in this country.

The Tories have accused Labour of spin in claiming the creation of 2,500 jobs when only 500 would be directly related to manufacturing, although a further 1,300 posts will be created by maintaining the trains once in service after 2013.

I want to hear the reasons why the British factory of a proven source did not win this contract. And how much useless kamikaze Hoon is going to get from the Japanese when he steps down as an MP at the next election and walks into a directorship with the same Japanese company.

This whole thing stinks as do with the low life that now resides as our kamikaze government.

I could go on and on but life is too short and its Friday night and I am going for a pint, that's if I can find one which is still open.

Thursday, 12 February 2009

Old boy from Eton uses the F...... word when talking about liebour

kamikaze Keith Vaz liebour MP for Leicester.
Boris Johnson London Mayor.

I sympathise with Boris. I think it's a bit pot calling kettle for kamikaze Keith Vaz to insinuate accusations of misconduct towards anyone in public life. How quickly we seem to have forgotten the allegations of sleaze around his involvement in interference at judicial level for his party's donor, the fraudster Mireskandari, for which there was pretty damning evidence.
Quite frankly I'm amazed he's chairing a committee looking into the Damian Green affair. Someone less suitable, from a PR viewpoint, I cannot imagine.
I thought everybody uses the F..... word when talking about kamikaze liebour.

Here's the transcript from the Evening Standard of the furious F-word attack by the London Mayor on the senior Liebour MP kamikaze keith vaz. It should't do Boris much harm in the long run - it is more likely to provoke chuckles from the majority of Londoners, some of whom may even think he's the victim of a political stitch-up. Okay, so it wasn't exactly statesmanlike, but it least it shows he's human after all.

BJ: Have seen the broadcast regarding the letter I sent to you following Tuesday's evidence session. I'm unbelievably disappointed in the way my evidence is being treated.

BJ: I said to you that I could not remember the exact details at the time. Clarified the facts as soon as I was made aware/reminded of what happened.

BJ: So f*****g angry that you have gone on TV saying that I will be recalled to HASC (the Committee) to give further.

KV: I don't know what broadcast you have seen.

BJ: On the BBC

BJ: You are using the HASC for party political purposes. I used to think that you were a straight guy. A man that you could do business with. This is f*****g ridiculous.

KV: I never said that I would recall you in the Committee.

BJ: You have gone on television and connived to try and give the impression that I f*****g tipped off David Cameron. You are trying to make me look like a f*****g fool. I cannot believe that you have allowed the HASC to become a part of this. This is such f*****g bulls***.

KV: You turned up to the evidence session on Tuesday with no diary or notes.

BJ: I f*****g warned you beforehand that I would not be very good on details.

KV: I have circulated your letter to every member of the Committee.

KV: The only thing missing from the letter is the exact time of the call. Why didn't you just include the time of the call.

BJ: You have abused the Committee and I will not let this rest.

KV: This is a matter for all members of the Committee, I didn't want to call you to give evidence, other members did, including Conservative members, I want to conclude the inquiry next Tuesday.

KV: I do not want to recall you, I want this inquiry to be concluded next Tuesday.

BJ: I have been asked endlessly about phone conversation with Paul Stephenson but calls with Cameron were completely f****g irrelevant. Why did you have to go to the BBC? I was under the impression that you would come back to me first.

KV: You went to the Evening Standard on Tuesday immediately after the evidence session and said that you spoke to David Cameron at 1.10pm. I said when we walked out of the room that we should go and deal with the press, but you said no because they were only sketch writers.

BJ: You have behaved in an unbelievably naked partisan way. Kamikaze Labour Party? F*****g smear tactics from the kamikaze Labour Party.

KV: How can you even say that when in PMQs today David Cameron used something that I said against the kamikaze Labour government. No one will believe you that I am being partisan. You have written to me using the word lunchtime as an explanation, give us a time and that is the end of it. I have no intention of re-calling you. You came in unprepared and treated the Committee as a joke, you were extremely discourteous and the Committee members were not impressed. You are not the subject of the inquiry, this has to go before the Committee, all they will ask for is the time.

KV: We just need the time. This is not in my hands; this is in the hands of the whole Committee.

BJ: It was about 1.15pm

KV: Well why didn't you just say that in the letter? Where were you anyway? What was it about Ladbroke Grove Station?

BJ: I was at a congestion charge event at about lunchtime, travelling back.

KV: You came into the evidence session very unprepared and treated the Committee very rudely. Showed no respect to the Committee.

BJ: Did not treat the Committee rudely.

KV: You stormed out before the end!

BJ: I stayed for at least 30 minutes when I was told I would only be needed for 20 minutes. I waited for 15 minutes. I answered all of the questions and just because I cannot remember one thing. This is s***.

KV: I gave you the option of not coming due to being busy sorting out London. You took this to mean a party political strategy when it wasn't.

BJ: Well I didn't want it to be a f*****g smear on Transport for London.

KV: The letter sent is defective. We only need the time of the call and this should have been said in the letter.

BJ: Will an approximate time do? Between 1 and 1.30pm or 1.15 pm and 1.30pm

KV: Yes that will be fine

KV: It is Members of the Committee who want you to be recalled, including Conservative members. They also want to call David Cameron to give evidence. I do not want to do that. I want the matter to be closed. The matter will be closed if we have the time.

KV: I want to find out about Damien Green. I'm one of few who wanted this investigation and you weren't taking it seriously. You have only become a subject because he gave such bad evidence.

KV: I do not want to recall you, I want to finish on Tuesday. But you should have treated the session with more respect.

BJ: You have made a mountain out of a molehill.

KV: I gave you the way out. You didn't even have to turn up on Tuesday; it could have been delayed until next week.

BJ: I didn't want to do that as I thought a big thing would be made about the London transport system not working.

KV: Did you tell Cameron?

BJ: The key point that is not getting across - I didn't give any f*****g information to Cameron.

KV: So you didn't tell him

BJ: Nothing he didn't already know.

Wednesday, 11 February 2009

More spin from the kamikaze leader

In memory of TractorStats

Yesterday our kamikaze leader with his cronie kamikaze james purnell made a statement claiming that there are more than 500,000 jobs on offer. On the same day figures showed the number of people unemployed is at a 12-year high, that's according to the office of National Statistics. They also revealed that the number of foreign workers increased by 175,000 to 2.4 million last year while the number of British workers fell by 234,000 to 27 million.

Our kamikaze leader has publicised his efforts to expand the number of posts offered at Jobcentres. He invited yesterday executives from Sainsbury's, Royal Mail, Whitbread, Centrica, National Express,Travelodge, Tesco, Asda and Pontins to Downing Street. These companies, as well as NHS and local authority leaders, will agree to advertise all non-specialist vacancies through Jobcentres and to increase the availability of apprenticeships. Please notice that there is not one manufacturing company there apart from Whitbreads all the rest provide services!

Unfortunately yet again all we are getting from this kamikaze leader is a series of announcements on employment that are more spin than substance, and are just designed to cover up the fact that kamikaze Gordon Brown's recession policies are not working.
With thousands of people being made unemployed each week, help is needed now for the unemployed and hard-pressed employers. Instead, all we get from this kamikaze leader is more hollow promises. This kamikaze government has failed to invest in further education colleges, failed to set up a proper national loan guarantee scheme and failed to set up job clubs, There are fewer real apprenticeships, less people attending FE colleges and more young people out of work now than in 1995.

India to launch cow urine as new soft drink

And we are not taking the piss.

Does your Pepsi lack pep? Is your Coke not the real thing? India's Hindu nationalist movement apparently has the answer: a new soft drink made from cow urine.

The bovine brew is in the final stages of development by the Cow Protection Department of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), India's biggest and oldest Hindu nationalist group, according to the man who makes it.

Om Prakash, the head of the department, said the drink – called "gau jal", or "cow water" – in Sanskrit was undergoing laboratory tests and would be launched "very soon, maybe by the end of this year".

Mr Prakash said his drink, by contrast, was made mainly of cow urine, mixed with a few medicinal and ayurvedic herbs. He said it would be "cheap", but declined to give further details about its price or ingredients until it was officially launched.

He insisted, however, that it would be able to compete with the American cola brands, even with their enormous advertising budgets. "We're going to give them good competition as our drink is good for mankind," he said. "We may also think of exporting it."

"Don't worry, it won't smell like urine and will be tasty too" "Its USP will be that it's going to be very healthy. It won't be like carbonated drinks and would be devoid of any toxins."

But don't worry it won't be marketed here in the UK on the grounds of not offending minority groups.

Tuesday, 10 February 2009

Banker's are up before parliament but further questions need answering.

The Treasury pursued the folly of tipping public money into a black hole of bank speculation.

The smug tossers who run these institutions, and the wannabes at the Treasury who have been much too close to them for years, have a few hard lessons coming.

This was a disasterously stupid policy from inception; it fails on every level.
First, government never should have got involved so a bank goes bust? So they do as BCCI did and the world didn't end.
We should have let the failing British banks go bust and see their assets sold on. Their squandering of our money was never going to produce the effect they say they wanted with banks lending again.
The banks took it and stuffed their pockets as any fool could see.
Secondly, the banks without government support were then seen by the markets as weak, even though Barclays are still profitable.
Thirdly, the intervention has removed a moral hazard from banking, bankers now know they won't suffer if they mess up. This is income support for bankers which is insane.
Look at Darling, who is getting greyer by the day and wonder if he won't disappear altogether into a puff of smoke, just as the dung hits the fan big time. The mealey mouthed words from his kakikaze leader, depression, oh sorry, I ment recession, god almighty he ment an effin disaster who cares, it is what it is and connotations of words won't make it any different.
There is an old saying, if it looks like dung, smells like dung chances are ..... well, the economy is dung at the moment, so call it what you like.
There is no way that kamikaze leader and his side kick both of whom have been on the bridge steering UK PLC these last ten years can turn round and say "it wasn't me guv""it started in America" " It was the FSA wot dunnit" "we didn't see it coming" It is all a load of codswallop what we want is the truth.

Tractor Stats please come back!


Do any of you bloggers know the whereabouts of Tractor Stats?

He disappeared from my blogger list today and already I am missing him.

He is the best when it comes to creating images of wanker Brown.

Monday, 9 February 2009

It's kamikaze balls instead of kamikaze brown

Balls in 'fright' at the thought of losing power with his kamikaze leader.

'This is the worst recession for over 100 years'
This is the warning from kamikaze Balls, the kamikaze leaders closest ally, warns that downturn is ferocious and says impact will last 15 years, so much for the kamikaze leaders prediction that we are well placed to survive it.
Not a day goes by and some pundit or government minister or senior politician bleats about how bad the recession is and how much more horrible it's going to get. We don't need doom and gloom or panic from our leaders.

We need them to get their heads down and work out how we're going to come out the other side. We have a pretty clear idea now about what went wrong. Please, come in the conservatives, you know what to do, so please do it.

We need you to put it right and try to ensure we don't make the same mistakes again. So let's not have another property bubble and credit binge. And let's forget unsustainable shopping habits. As a country we lost the knack of paying our way in the world. We mortgaged the family silver for a lifestyle we couldn't really afford. Now we're paying the price.

This kamikaze leader and his government are clearly to blame. So once again for pity's sake call a general election.

Darling gives the cold shoulder to Osborne over Bonuses.

Frost on Sunday: Alistair Darling and George Osborne ignore each other during filming of BBC TV's The Andrew Marr Show yesterday .

As reported today.
Our kamikaze leader was said to be 'very angry' about reports that Royal Bank of Scotland, recently bailed out by the taxpayer, was set to hand out a billion pounds' worth of bonuses to staff.

I had an understanding why the government bailed out the banks in order to avoid financial system collapse but this is a disgrace. It is nonsense that they are contractually obliged to give bonuses.

Get a bit of A4 paper, and write a note of consent that those individuals will waive their bonus this year.
The hard part is getting the greedy leaches to sign. And if you think I'm bitter, I am.
My company is in profit, but to survive this, we all took a 10% pay cut, we have had 1 week unpaid in each of the last two quarters and there are no bonuses.
What makes these people so special, particularly when they have already had their skins saved once by the government. It is a sham, time to let them go to the wall and manage the consequences to the economy another way.

The bankers should be facing jail never mind getting bonus for failure. These clowns should be facing the asset strippers as well as long jail sentences.
This scum have to be stopped, and now , how many companies are going out of business weekly because of this lot of useless individuals, how many people out of work , how many people losing their homes? This rat infested club should be stopped now, kamikaze Brown do something with your miserable government then get out and stay out..
Having said all that this government has been paid for failure for the last eleven years and to cap it all that clown Prescott rears his fat head bleating about the bankers what a hypocrite, this incompetent fool has been top boy of the fiddling school for years.

Sunday, 8 February 2009

On the cold front without salt

My blog this morning is taken from the Russian Pravda article written on the 11/01/2009

The real problem with all Council's and Government is that they have one agenda, and one 'buzz word', Global Warming(CO2)! If anyone had dared to suggest to them, at an earlier date, that we may experience a cold winter, they would have given you an icy stare, and quoted the Met Office's forecast, "this will be a mild winter'! The current shortage of salt/grit has been caused by the above doctrine, coupled with the fact that council's will only spend taxpayer's money freely on unnecessary GW(CO2) matters, and higher expenditure on their own salaries & pensions- the taxpayer's needs comes a poor fifth !

With snow currently falling over most of Great Britain now is the time to read this article because what they are stating may come true and then what will you do.

The earth is now on the brink of entering another Ice Age, according to a large and compelling body of evidence from within the field of climate science. Many sources of data which provide our knowledge base of long-term climate change indicate that the warm, twelve thousand year-long Holocene period will rather soon be coming to an end, and then the earth will return to Ice Age conditions for the next 100,000 years.

Most of the long-term climate data collected from various sources also shows a strong correlation with the three astronomical cycles which are together known as the Milankovich cycles. The three Milankovich cycles include the tilt of the earth, which varies over a 41,000 year period; the shape of the earth’s orbit, which changes over a period of 100,000 years; and the Precession of the Equinoxes, also known as the earth’s ‘wobble’, which gradually rotates the direction of the earth’s axis over a period of 26,000 years. According to the Milankovich theory of Ice Age causation, these three astronomical cycles, each of which effects the amount of solar radiation which reaches the earth, act together to produce the cycle of cold Ice Age maximums and warm interglacials.

Today we are again at the peak, and near to the end, of a warm interglacial, and the earth is now due to enter the next Ice Age. If we are lucky, we may have a few years to prepare for it. The Ice Age will return, as it always has, in its regular and natural cycle, with or without any influence from the effects of AGW.

The AGW theory is based on data that is drawn from a ridiculously narrow span of time and it demonstrates a wanton disregard for the ‘big picture’ of long-term climate change. The data from paleoclimatology, including ice cores, sea sediments, geology, paleobotany and zoology, indicate that we are on the verge of entering another Ice Age, and the data also shows that severe and lasting climate change can occur within only a few years. While concern over the dubious threat of Anthropogenic Global Warming continues to distract the attention of people throughout the world, the very real threat of the approaching and inevitable Ice Age, which will render large parts of the Northern Hemisphere uninhabitable, is being foolishly ignored.

Saturday, 7 February 2009

The end of Brown's 'gowillog'

Blears backs 'gowillog' row sacking
Cabinet minister Hazel Blears is set to voice Government support for their decision to drop Gordon Brown from the cabinet. In a speech to Labour Party activists in Manchester, the Communities Secretary is expected to brand Browns language as "offensive and racist".
She will say: "It is right that the cabinet took the action they did - they deserve credit for protecting their country from offensive racist language.
"Of course" ' a do nothing party' is an offensive, racist word when directed at a conservative person. It is a nasty word and belies a nasty attitude.
Many thanks to tractorstats and Pseudepigrapha for the image of the one eyed 'gowillog'

Mandy Antoinette

As I understand the conservatives were going to issue this provocative poster attacking Peter Mandelson – until they lost their nerve. So I will issue it on my blog today.
He is portrayed as the French Queen Marie Antoinette, and wears an ostrich-feather cap and fingers a rose as he says airily: ‘Let them eat cake...and look for a job in Belgium.’ The caption also refers to him as ‘Mandy Antoinette’.
This is in response to a wildcat strike which broke out last month at the Lindsey Oil Refinery in Lincolnshire about the use of overseas labour, Mandy Antoinette responded by stating that ‘UK companies can operate in Europe and European companies can operate here’ – the clear implication being that British workers should consider looking in other countries to find employment.

Friday, 6 February 2009

Kamikaze leader is KO'd by Sarkozy and Clarkson.

In a 90-minute grilling carried simultaneously on three TV channels last night, Mr Sarkozy promised not to repeat Britain’s economic "mistakes" and said that the kamikaze Prime Minister’s flagship VAT cut had "absolutely not worked".
Is there really anyone in Britain who DIDN'T think it was a brainless idea from an economically vacuous government? As with many of their policies over the past 11 years, the tax-payer/ future pensioner will end up poorer for the government short term policies. Next time they will increase the tax on pension dividends you will see.
It seems to me that between Sarkozy and Clarkson we at last have a cogent critique of the shambolic ediface currently posing as the UK government.
Then in Australia in Clarksons words:-"In the UK we‘ve got this one-eyed Scottish idiot, who keeps telling us everything‘s fine and he‘s saved the world and we know he‘s lying, but he‘s smooth at telling us". The only word that Clarkson missed out was kamikaze.

Thursday, 5 February 2009

Good bye Joe. You really are the "Greatest"

I have now watched his best boxing matches in the UK and feel confident in saying he is THE best British boxer ever and also the best Italian ancestry boxer ever. But best of all Joe Calzaghe is a true gentleman, a credit to all the best things Britain once was and can be again. God bless Joe Calzaghe and all his great supporters in the world.

Joe Calzaghe put his undefeated legacy before a few million dollars more last night when he called time on one of the most illustrious careers in the annals of British boxing.
The Welsh legend declared: ‘There are no more mountains left to climb,’ after announcing what he describes as ‘one of the toughest decisions of my life’.
At 36, Joe retires as this country’s only unbeaten world champion and history will link him with Rocky Marciano, the no-loss world heavyweight champion.

Also, his last home fight will be remembered as his fitting farewell to Wales. Joe recalls his super-middleweight championship unification outpointing of Danish iron man Mikkel Kessler as ‘my greatest win’.

As in his other notable triumphs over Hopkins, Jones and Jeff Lacy, it was his phenomenal hand speed, overwhelming work rate and ability to take a punch that were the hallmarks of his Kessler victory.
Joe Calzaghe will be remembered, also, for the special relationship with his father Enzo who, despite no boxing background, kept Joe unbeaten as amateur and professional.

Wednesday, 4 February 2009

Tweedle dee and tweedle dum in raisng the flag

How could they, of all people, do this. The Union flag is so rarely seen flying upside down but anyone who is a true Brit will know the correct way to fly it. It is a maritime distress signal when flown upside down like this, so shame on you kamikaze leader and your labour cronie Mandelson.
The picture shows very clearly the complete lack of belief in this country that both the unelected (he never will be) kamikaze Brown and UK sceptic Mandelson have. There, quite visibly, they both are completely oblivious to something so basic but so important. The Union Jack represents our country far more than either of these two do.
This crass disregard of and lack of respect for the flag of our country just sums them both up
maybe tweedle dee and tweedle dum have their thoughts on British jobs for British workers and not on the Union Jack.

Tuesday, 3 February 2009

Now is the time to crusade against the PC brigade and the BBC.

What with my article yesterday about Middlesex Crusaders I am convinced that there is a ploy by the PC brigade and the BBC to try and stir up as much as possible to take away the woes of this labour government and their kamikaze leader.

So in the UK a talentless foul-mouthed vulgarian like Jonathan Ross can say anything he wants and is paid £18million of licence payer's money as a reward. Yet an intelligent educated lady cracks a joke in private and now she faces humiliation and is asked to apologise because someone "sneaked". Is it me or is there something wrong here? The PC brigade should read our blogs and then they would have something to complain about.

"A BBC source said Chiles was 'very shocked' and others in the room told Thatcher they found her language offensive." Personally I find the overpaid, lack of talent Chiles offensive. Makes you wonder who hires these people at the top. As for the others in the room - remember the days when media people were worldly wise etc. Sadly no more. A private conversation is now a major investigation by the BBC. are a moronic oaf ! When will the nosey, left wing, socialist, politically correct and totally annoying to most sane Brits movement take a reality check?
Why don't people just come clean and come out and say it....that is..most people make some sort of joke regarding religion, sex or race...all my friends and colleagues do. But we and others don't take it seriousely or take offence if directed towards us. Grow up for GOODNESS SAKE !
Whatever happened to this wonderful country. What a prissy lot they are. And no, I'm not a fan of Carol Thatcher.

Monday, 2 February 2009

Polly's article about tin eared Brown (One for Tractorstats to do)

Polly wrote in today's guardian this article.
These strikes are the upshot of a decade of blunt mantra
Brown's tin-eared faith in unchecked globalisation has propelled inequality. And workers are right to fear that worse is to come.

My view is:-
I doubt that Gordon Brown is tin eared.
I think that scan would be more likely to reveal that his brain is a weird conglomoration of areas that are over-developed at the expense of areas that are under-developed.
Unfortunately the over-developed ones were what fitted and gave him the chance to climb to the top in the era of the 'professional poltician' and the under-developed ones are the ones that would have helped him to be competent when he got there.
I wonder how long it will be before a poster accuses you of being a 'champagne socialist'?. After all, you have (all too often) been happy to lionize a self-serving group of 'champagne socialists' known as 'New Labour'. Browns failure to deliver on his 'British jobs for British workers' promise will sadly end up playing into the hands of the hate-mongers. I can already visualize the likes of the BNP rubbing their grubby hands with glee. Jesus wept.

No more CRUSADES the PC Brigade now attack cricket

A cricket team has been forced to change its name after angry complaints from Muslims and Jews.
The Middlesex Crusaders, who have played under the name for almost 10 years, will play next season as The Panthers.
Bosses at the county club acted after protests about the name from Jewish and Muslim communities, who said they felt it was a reference to the religious wars waged by Christians in Europe against other faiths.

But Middlesex members condemned the decision to change the team’s name and described the move as “batty”.

Middlesex, which plays most of its home games at Lord’s in St John’s Wood, won the 2008 Twenty20 Cup.

Typical PC Brigade reaction, next complaint will be about the ground being called Lordes, the PC brigade will say it sounds like a christian place of pilgrimage and must be changed, along with the barbaric saint John name as he was a christian.

So does this mean that the word "crusade" is to be outlawed? What about those newspapers who conduct crusades against wrongs in order to get the law changed? Are they to be banned from "crusading"? Everybody should use the word crusade and see what happens. As usual in this country whenever Labour are in power it is a case what can we destroy and hand over to others to run or own.

At the moment they are giving the whole country away. They are obviously apologists for some perceived sleight hundreds of years ago.
When they start to attack cricket I think it is time to CRUSADE against those petty minded PC socialist individuals.

Sunday, 1 February 2009

The heartless Mandelson doctrine against the workers and the kamikaze leader.

Yesterday Mandelson this unelected peer surpassed even himself by coming forward with the strong hint that British workers protesting outside the Total oil refinery on Humberside ought to look for jobs abroad.

Flint theMinister for Europe, was even less subtle. 'It is important to remember', she declared, 'that open European Labour markets also allow British firms and workers to take advantage of contracts and opportunities elsewhere in the EU.' What companies and what countries are investing at this time? Please tell me I would like to know.

Mandelson is one of the most gilded members of the European elite. For him moving across European borders is therefore a matter of first- class travel, Mediterranean yachts, five- star hotels, huge salaries and lavish expense accounts.

Mandelson was warning yeaterday that British workers are being 'protectionist' and risk plunging us into a depression because they object to Italians and other EU nationals taking their jobs spells out the true nature of this bare-faced betrayal.

The Business Secretary's remarks do not merely show that the government is hopelessly out of touch. They also demonstrate its disarray. For the Business Secretary has embarrassingly exposed the falsehood which lay behind our kamikaze leaders cynical pledge to provide 'British jobs for British workers.'

The kamikaze prime minister claimed Peter Mandelson's suggestion is as offensive and ignorant as the advice given by Marie Antoinette to the starving people of Paris as they rioted for lack of bread before the French Revolution.

British jobs for British workers was referred to by our kamikaze leader when he uttered these infamous words he was innocently referring to job training schemes he told us yesterday. Well if you are so gullible to believe that your obviously one of his cronies.

Kamikaze Brown knew exactly what he was doing. He was stealing a phrase which, as he knew all too well, was part of the campaigning vocabulary of the British National Party.
His motive was obvious. He was cynically planning to outflank the Tories from the Right in a classic New Labour campaigning strategy.
In the end, as we all know, kamikaze Brown famously bottled out of that election - but that one phrase has stayed with him because of its dishonesty.
The brutal truth is that there was absolutely nothing he could do to put his pledge to create British jobs for British workers into effect. European law does not allow it - as kamikaze Brown knew perfectly well all the time.
He was therefore playing a very dangerous game - creating expectations to keep out foreign workers that he could never deliver.
This did not matter 18 months ago, when the British economy was booming and there were enough jobs to go around. Today, when we face the worst economic recession since the war, it suddenly matters very much indeed.
Many jobs are also going to European workers - and European rules dictate that there is nothing at all kamikaze Brown can do about it. However, thanks to his own cynicism and folly, he has licensed a deadly and potentially racist campaign, which is peculiarly potent during an economic downturn. Kamikaze Brown is guilty of profound irresponsibility.
As Mandelson has spelt out so very clearly, our membership of the European Union means there is nothing that a British government can do to protect British jobs.
Between them, Mandelson's arrogant insouciance and kamikaze Brown's ugly cynicism have given a massive boost to the British National Party and UKIP ahead of this May's European elections.