Tuesday, 31 March 2009

Saviour Brown

Making the first speech by a serving Prime Minister at St Paul's Cathedral in London, he quoted scripture as he urged people to unite to forge a new 'global society'.

He argued that through all faiths, traditions and heritages runs a 'single powerful modern sense demanding responsibility from all and fairness to all'.
He quoted the Christian doctrine of 'do to others what you would have them do unto you' and highlighted similar principles in Judaism, Islam, Hinduism and Sikhism.

I don't have a chance here.....first I'm agnostic so the only thing I know about God is of a material phenomena, next clown Brown is a bumbling idiot floundering about in the biggest black hole.....filled with greedy grabbing sleazebags, riding the gravy train to destruction.
The only reason clown Brown is still masquerading as a PM, is because he encourages his government to dig their greedy snouts deeply into the trough of taxpayer’s funds, to their hearts content.
While we are bringing religion into the discussion, perhaps we should actually consider God's wise response to man's attempts to unite under one 'common purpose' in building the tower of Babel... in God's wisdom, united we fall, divided we stand. When the world unites, who will provide the checks and balances on the centralized power of the new world order?
Skip forward to the Bible's prophetic warnings about the coming one world government and the ultimate tyrannical monetary enslavement of the world,"He causes all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hand or on their foreheads, and that no one may buy or sell except one who has the mark or the name of the beast, or the number of his name."
But flash Gordon said it was not his fault, because the problem was global: "For I believe the unsupervised globalisation of our financial markets did not only cross national boundaries – it crossed moral boundaries too."
Don't be fooled by this diabolical message... the new world order is no solution to our financial crisis... it is a trojan horse... and clown Brown speaks as an angel of light, with a forked tongue... in a supposed house of God, no less.

Monday, 30 March 2009

A personal matter

Porn film expenses: Let jackboot Smith get back to work says clown Brown!

The clown tried to defuse the row over jackboot's future today by saying her expense claims for two porn movies were "a personal matter".
Is clown Gordon Brown really serious when he says claiming for 'adult' movies is a private matter?
If ever a proof was needed that clown Brown has lost his famous "Moral Compass" do we need to look further. This comes on top of all other at best ambivalence to moral and ethical issues and the contempt with which he treats the electorate just look controversies including MPs expenses in general and Ms Smith's, and Mc Nutty's in particular, the stealth taxes, the abolition of the 10% rate, the 65p pension increase in early years of Liebour and so on.
The jackboot has submitted a claim asking this country to pay for her husband's private titillation. That is certainly not a personal matter, it goes to the core of the credibility of her as a very senior politician supposedly responsible for representing this country.

All so funny

Home Secretary jackboot Jacqui Smith's husband was forced to make a humiliating apology yesterday afternoon for causing her embarrassment over an expenses claim which included adult films he watched. It's a pity that she was the star.
Are we surprised at anything dodgy surrounding this woman, first it was the dubious claim for the second home, that really wasn´t her home at all. Now we have her husband watching blue movies at our expense, of course she didn´t know anything about it, well, he would do this would it he, poor chap left on his own all the time!
I just find it all so funny, but it is good to see people engaging more in bringing to light and bringing down corruption in this country.
It's time to end corruption in Government and all areas of authority in this country. Give us a General Election please.

Friday, 27 March 2009

No spring stimulus, I wonder why?

Copacabana! latest from the lame duck Prime Minister who used interviews to abandon his hope for the G20 to agree a huge global cash injection that would be followed by a second fiscal stimulus in the spring Budget.

This was probably following the news of the 4.9% fall in output which was the worst since 1980 and sharply lower than the ONS's 1.1% initial estimate. The services sector which accounts for almost three-quarters of the economy saw its fastest contraction since 1979, although the 0.8% decline was revised up from the initial 0.9% estimate.
clown Brown’s efforts to broker an £80billion bailout for world trade on a trip to Brazil hit a stumbling block last night when the country’s President lashed out at ‘white, blue-eyed’ bankers for bringing the world economy to its knees. ‘I’m not acquainted with any black banker,’ he said. ‘The part of humanity that’s responsible should pay for the crisis.’ Watch out Brown because he knows what we all know but you don't.
When liebour came to power one of the first things clown Brown did was to raid the pension funds. This action ruined peoples confidence in pensions so they started buying property as an insurance for old age. This then caused the dramatic rise in property values, leaving young people unable to afford a home without taking out ridiculous mortgages.
From there the whole downward slope began. He next allowed unsupportable levels of immigration, straining our schools and NHS and welfare services. As always with liebour he found excuses to raise the levels of state employment with the tax payer having to fund their salaries, some of them unbelievably high for unreal jobs the easy way to make unemployment figures look good.
Sorry clown Brown, you can blame the whole world but to me you are solely to blame for the disastrous situation in which every person in Britain finds himself.
The sooner we rid ourselves of this Scottish oaf the better it will be. He squanders money on inane public sector non-jobs while the private sector is shedding thousands of employees. He pumps billions of British money into two bankrupt Scottish institutions and the shambolic Northern Rock which just happens to be based in a staunch liebour area.
The filleting he received from the MEP was hilarious, he didn't know where to look as the imperial robes were revealed as an illusion.
clown Brown was always a coward and a bully, now his underlying economic incompetence has been unequivocally revealed. The man should recognise his failings but he will have to answer to us soon. Those ragged fingernails will be prised from the throat of this country next May and he and his useless cronies will be slung out of office.

Thursday, 26 March 2009

Not another Oh God!

Below is a transcript of Daniel Hannan MEP speech following that of kamikaze Gordon Brown to the European parliament:

The devalued Prime Minister of a devalued Government
Prime Minister, I see you’ve already mastered the essential craft of the European politician: namely the ability to say one thing in this chamber and a very different thing to your home electorate. You’ve spoken here about Free Trade – and amen to that. Who would have guessed, listening to you just now, that you were the author of the phrase ‘British jobs for British workers’ and that you have subsidised, where you have not nationalised outright, swathes of our economy, including the car industry and many of the banks? Perhaps you would have more moral authority in this house if your actions matched your words? Perhaps you would have more legitimacy in the councils of the world if the United Kingdom were not going into this recession in the worst condition of any G20 country?

The truth, Prime Minister, is that you have run out of our money. The country as a whole is now in negative equity. Every British child is born owing around £20,000. Servicing the interest on that debt is going to cost more than educating the child. Now, once again today you try to spread the blame around; you spoke about an international recession, international crisis. Well, it is true that we are all sailing together into the squalls. But not every vessel in the convoy is in the same dilapidated condition. Other ships used the good years to caulk their hulls and clear their rigging; in other words – to pay off debt. But you used the good years to raise borrowing yet further. As a consequence, under your captaincy, our hull is pressed deep into the water line under the accumulated weight of your debt.

We are now running a deficit that touches 10% of GDP, an almost unbelievable figure. More than Pakistan, more than Hungary; countries where the IMF have already been called in.

Now, it’s not that you’re not apologising; like everyone else I have long accepted that you’re pathologically incapable of accepting responsibility for these things. It’s that you’re carrying on, wilfully worsening our situation, wantonly spending what little we have left. Last year - in the last twelve months – a hundred thousand private sector jobs have been lost and yet you created thirty thousand public sector jobs. Prime Minister, you cannot carry on for ever squeezing the productive bit of the economy in order to fund an unprecedented engorgement of the unproductive bit. You cannot spend your way out of recession or borrow your way out of debt. And when you repeat, in that wooden and perfunctory way, that our situation is better than others, that we’re ‘well-placed to weather the storm’, I have to tell you that you sound like a Brezhnev-era apparatchik giving the party line. You know, and we know, and you know that we know that it’s nonsense! Everyone knows that Britain is worse off than any other country as we go into these hard times. The IMF has said so; the European Commission has said so; the markets have said so – which is why our currency has devalued by thirty percent. And soon the voters too will get their chance to say so. They can see what the markets have already seen: that you are the devalued Prime Minister of a devalued government."

I bet you won't hear this on the BBC or any of their blogs.

Hannan's speech was superb. kamikaze Brown's childish chuckling was pathetic, I mean really pathetic. You think this catastrophe you've led us into is funny do you Brown?
And guess what he's off touring the World and spending all our hard earned taxes but in secret he's trying hard to sell the British government Bonds to South America.
No other PM or President is touring the world, telling countries how to solve the problems inflicted by the 'Credit Crunch' they would appear to have their hands full dealing with their own domestic problems! Bearing in mind our problems run deeper, and, our pockets are shorter than our fellow G20 colleagues, is our kamikaze PM best qualified to provide best advice on remedying the problem? With his track record, do his peers particularly on Europe feel gratitude, or, resentment at the unrequested advice proferred by this self appointed economic guru? Perhaps the kamikaze PM could also advise us why he acts as if his economic track record over the past decade belongs to somebody else!

Tuesday, 24 March 2009

Not more porky's from Brown

Why are you telling porky's! that's in the mind of both Antoinette Mandleson and dumbledorf Darling who are pulling a funny face behind Brown's back.

Now, it is you Brown with your Liebour cronies who are totally isolated. The Europeans won't touch anymore of your 'stimuli' with a bargepole, and your stimulus is totally different from Obama's, who at least is cutting out a load of deadwood state spending to re-invest more productively. The USA is still not burdened with the prospect of a state spending deficit equivalent to 15% of GDP. And it's not as if you have actually done or achieved anything yet. Our future debt burden would be a great deal less onerous if you would only shut up for a month or two. Besides, the sound of your droning voice gets on my nerves.
The governor of the Bank of England today warned there should not be another fiscal stimulus in next month's Budget because of the state of public finances. In a blow to Gordon Brown, Mervyn King said the Government must be 'cautious' because of the collapse in tax revenues and the burden of higher benefit payouts.
George Osborne hailed Mr King and Mr Byers comments as vindication for the Tories's stance and claimed the Prime Minister is now isolated.
The big debate in British politics about the recession has been whether or not the country could afford a debt-funded fiscal stimulus.
Today, not only has a former Liebour cabinet minister attacked the ineffective VAT cut, but the Governor of the Bank of England no less has said Britain cannot afford a further fiscal stimulus.
He goes on to say that monetary policy should be the main tool to tackle the recession. This is hugely significant. Mervyn King is spot on in his thoughts and words, "He" is the man i/c the Nations finances not the Government monkeys. He is somebody in authority, with credibility, experience and guile and has to make a stand, being controversial is not the issue, its being right, which effects us all that matters.

Friday, 20 March 2009

Obama goes and who comes scuttling after?

The kamikaze fuhrer today completed a remarkable Liebour U-turn when he revealed he will be part of the 65th anniversary celebrations of the D-Day landings.

The move represented a major victory for D-Day veterans and for the Daily Mail campaign for Britain to be fully represented at the commemorations on June 6.
The kamikaze PM's declaration that he definitely wanted to be involved followed reports President Barack Obama would represent the U.S. at the major international gathering in June this year.

Clown Brown is only going to save his face, what a coward he is. He will try and get as much publicity from this event as possible.
Once again this Liebour government utterly disgusts me. Every time I think they cannot sink any lower they do something even more contemptible. Clown Brown makes me cringe and I've now reached the stage that when he appears on the TV I have to turn off.
I have never known in my lifetime a more despised government. But don't worry clown Brown this country is also going to do a U-turn and kick your government arses out at the next election.

Yes this bloody government must take the blame

Bloody kamikaze Gordon Brown came under fire today when it emerged that he failed to act on a warning about a gaping hole in emergency planning to cope with a banking crisis.

In 2004, the Tripartite Authorities – HM Treasury, the Bank of England and the Financial Services Authority - had identified gaps in their capability for dealing with a failing financial institution, but although work was taken forward it was not judged a priority in the circumstances at the time.

At the time of the initial run on deposits at Northern Rock, the Treasury put in place guarantee arrangements for retail depositors and wholesale creditors. The immediate risk of instability in the financial system was stemmed. But the Treasury could have been more engaged with the actions being taken in the early stages by Northern Rock. As a condition of public support, mortgage lending was reduced but the company still went on writing high-risk loans up to 125 per cent of a property’s value. Mortgages of this type have a higher default rate.

This bombshell official report by the NAO revealed that the Treasury realised in 2004 that it did not have proper plan to deal with a bank that ran out of ready cash and put the financial system under threat.
But at the height of the boom, it was decided that the threat was not important enough.
Just two years later the credit crunch brought Northern Rock to its knees and began a banking meltdown that has driven the country into recession.

This morning I heard the BBC grilling the Tory spokesman on finance as if it was his fault! Liebour continued giving 125% mortgages and no proof of income and yet they failed to criticise Liebour.
The BBC must be changed to stop its Liebour pro bias.
Any toxic loans over 100% made after bail-out should be reviewed and the managers all responsible should be fired from Northern Rock as they were contemptibly irresponsible for more debt.
The actions of Northern Rock's board of directors and managers borders, it would seem, criminal negligence and they should be pursued in the courts for redress on behalf of the U.K. taxpayer.

Wednesday, 18 March 2009

He must be grovelling now!

Unemployment has risen this week to beyond the two-million mark and now higher than the level that New Liebour inherited from the Conservatives when Bliar became Prime Minister and kamikaze Gordon Brown Chancellor in May 1997. The jobless total has exceed the last recorded figure of 1.971 million, and may well be larger than the 2.05 million people unemployed that was bequeathed by John Major over a decade ago.
The report has fuled the row over Gordon Brown’s promise of “British jobs for British workers”, because it found evidence of recruitment agencies in one city operating a immigrants-only policy effectively freezing local people out of the chance to work in factories.

Purnell, speaking on the BBC's Politics Show on Sunday, said: "The fundamental thing is we're spending an extra two billion pounds to have more people working for us to be able to help people have their claims processed quickly, help people get back into work quickly. That extra two billion pounds is money which the Conservative opposition would be cutting; they're opposing all of that money and the extraordinary thing is they've not learnt the mistakes of previous recessions, when they didn't spend enough money and that meant long-term unemployment rose higher and lasted for longer than it need have done."

All those blind fools saying it was worse under the Tories get real! Yes, there was 3 million unemployed but at least the Tories had the decency to actually give an accurate account of the figures unlike this lying, conniving Government.
We must have at least 6 million on benefits but they are not counted as they are classed as other than unemployed. Only when this pathetic Government has gone will the true scale of their deceit be realised.
They have sold this once great country down the river and will go down in history as the most useless Government of all time.
People need to remember that no Liebour Government has ever left office with the economy in a better condition than when it took power.
Try to remember that when you blame it all on the Tories!

For kamikaze Brown's government to preside over levels of unemployment even higher than those during the Thatcher and Major governments will be embarrassing to the Prime Minister, who made much of his early political reputation by passionately campaigning on this very issue. In 1983, in his maiden speech to the House of Commons, Brown declared that "the grossest affront to human dignity and the gravest assault, on any view of social justice, is mass unemployment and its inevitable consequence, mass poverty." As Chancellor from 1997, Brown told MPs: "The greatest waste of our economic potential and the most serious cause of poverty is unemployment."
He and his cronies must be grovelling now.

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Urgent: The Obama New World Order Threat?

Was this part of Gordon Brown's discussion with the President?

The Obama Deception is a hard-hitting film that completely destroys the myth that Barack Obama is working for the best interests of the American people. The Obama phenomenon is a hoax carefully crafted by the captains of the New World Order. He is being pushed as savior in an attempt to con the American people into accepting global slavery. We have reached a critical juncture in the New World Order's plans. and only by exposing the con can we help to save freedom in America.
The Obama Deception is not about Left or Right: it's about a One World Government. The international banks plan to loot the people of the United States and turn them into slaves on a Global Plantation. Covered in this film: who Obama works for, what lies he has told, and his real agenda, and how his initial appointments and actions prove he serves the corporate oligarchs, not the American people.
If you want to know the facts and cut through all the hype, this is the film for you. Obama is continuing the process of transforming America into something that resembles Nazi Germany, with forced National Service, domestic civilian spies, warrant less wiretaps, the destruction of the Second Amendment, FEMA camps and Martial Law. Obama's handlers are openly announcing the creation of a new Bank of the World that will dominate every nation on earth through carbon taxes and military force. International bankers purposefully engineered the worldwide financial meltdown to bankrupt the nations of the planet and bring in World Government. Obama plans to loot the middle class, destroy pensions and federalize the states so that the population is completely dependent on the Central Government.
The Elite are using Obama to pacify the public so they can usher in the North American Union by stealth, launch a new Cold War and continue the occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan. The information contained in this film is vital to the future of the Republic and to freedom worldwide. President Barack Obama is only the tool of a larger agenda. Until all are made aware, humanity will remain captive to the masters of the New World Order.

'If only'

A smiling kamikaze prime minister said in an interview with the Guardian, that he took ‘full responsibility’ for all his actions in the run up to the downturn.

The comments, billed as a partial apology, are unlikely to be warmly welcomed by several ministers who have sought a full apology. Comi-kamikaze Darling, the Chancellor, and Ed Balls, a former Treasury adviser, have both accepted failures in the regulatory system.

Comrade Brown your comments starting ' only Liebour' show how you live in cloud cuckoo land. Only liebour will destroy Britain and its heritage. Only Liebour will see the disappearance of many old and prestigious companies. Only Liebour will see the collapse of our Health system.The 'on lies' can go on and on.
Could have done more! You were paid by us, the taxpayer, in your job as Chancellor to do the very same. But we all know you were never going to do that were you? The only thing is Comrade kamikaze Gordy your be leaving us with an economic collapse by design!
We can but dream and pray if only we could see the Government resign, if only we stop this horrendous immigration and send back troublemakers and dissidents and non workers. If only stop our financial wastage in the EU. If only!...then we might survive and grow a successful future again. If only!

Monday, 16 March 2009

"Moral responsibility" No, Gordon we need an election.

Yes that's our flash crash kamikaze prime minister launching an impassioned challenge to Barack Obama over free trade, urging for a "support thy neighbour" deal at the London summit.

Opening a fresh series of talks before the G20 meeting on 2 April, the Prime Minister said the world had a "moral responsibility" to safeguard the poorest countries and not just wealthy nations. That meant opening up markets instead of curbing imports of foreign goods.

But instead of trying to save the world (if its anything like you've tried to save this country, God help the rest of the world) - why don't you save this country from years of liebour's awful policies which has left this country is a complete and utter mess and go. kamikaze Gordon, just damn well go!
As the policies of globalised capitalism have been the levers for this current crisis. It is not a surprise that kamikaze Gordy is clinging on to them like a drowning rat. He has managed to make the UK tax payer responsible for bailing out the majority of globalised banks in the city of London.(Whilst not getting any help from the rest of the world). His unelected Industry secretary (Mandy Antoinette watches on whilst small and medium sized businesses fail, unemployment has reached 2 million and the black market has prospered with the use of migrant labour. The man is a fool and so are his cronies. Unfortunately for him and them the British voting public are not.
"We need free trade for global recovery"No, kamikaze Gordy, we need an election and a competent leader which your not.

Friday, 13 March 2009

Is there an election in in the offing. Jackboot Jacqui takes a decision

Islamic fanatic Ibrahim Moussawi was today denied a visa to enter Britain.

Jackboot Jacqui has ruled the spokesman for the terrorist organisation Hezbollah should not be allowed to travel here - despite him making at least two previous visits to the UK on her watch.

I don't agree with this man being barred from entering our country, but as an elected official of an EU member was barred earlier this year, then at least there is some consistency. This said, I doubt Jackboot Jacqui would have barred him had there not been a public outcry over this. I know I'll be accused of never being happy, but I'm sick of politician's paying lip service to hope that keeps them in a job!

Wednesday, 11 March 2009

New cars for old!

Yes this liebour government are going to offer a £2,500 handout to scrap your old car.

'Bankrupt Ministers are backing the idea of a 'cash-for- scrap' bounty under plans to kick start the motor industry.'
Not so long ago we the car owners were being tagged as destroyers of the environment and the world and were being landed with increasing taxes based on emissions.

Now, they are using up our money to urge people to buy cars. Does this awful, clapped out government know what it is doing? Isn't it a fact that it has completely lost control of the country's finances and is now scrabbling about in the dark. There are none so blind that cannot and will not see what flash crash Gordon is really doing. If we are going to use our money( taxes), why not go the whole hog? UK plants used to produce some of the best vehicles on the road.

There is a difference being of course 86% of new car sales in the UK are imported. In business terms this creates turnover and therefore taxes for the treasury but how, exactly, does it help UK manufacturing?

We had some of the best designers and R & D people in the world. We should be given incentives to buy more UK made cars. Is this Protectionism ? Too bloody true.

This is a time to look after our own. Maybe then we can move back from being an assembly plant auto business to a proper drawing board to finish manufacturing one. But, that will take another 10 years so what we want is a new green alternative, any thoughts?

Tuesday, 10 March 2009

Immigration and work

LORD Mandy Antoinette provoked fury last night by suggesting that British workers are too lazy to take jobs being snapped up by immigrants.

Fuelling the “British jobs for British workers” controversy, the Business Secretary claimed that UK nationals were either “not available or unwilling” to fill job vacancies.
The Government you elected to serve you is ignoring you. They rule. They know better than you and they are going to inflict their wishes upon you.

They have well paid jobs and excellent pensions.They have allowances and perks and they are insulated from your worries and troubles.
There is very little work to be had. The country has lost control of its' borders. It is no longer a country but a satellite of the EU a state in all but name.

Add to this the fact that so many illegals are here and no meaningful effort is being made to remove them and you can see why there are very few decent jobs to be had.
The manufacturing jobs have moved to China and India and still the people pour into Britain.
The outcome is inevitable especially in a downturn.

Is your Government caring for those born in the UK? The answer is no. You are part of a great experiment that started with good intentions. It is now going wrong. As the economy continues its headlong plunge into depression, the Labour Government has developed such a stranglehold on British life that our once free country is starting to resemble a failed communist regime.

Your Government sits in cosy splendour while the ordinary citizens bear the burden of this mess.
Then they have the arrogance to say you don't want jobs or in other words the benefits system is so good in UK that once people are on it they never want to come off it and you have to ask who's fault is this, well of course it's this liebour government. So come off it and

Monday, 9 March 2009

"Oh God, here we go again"

My first thoughts on reading about this attack was "Oh God, here we go again".

This was a senseless act carried out by demented idiots and is a tragedy for the families of the innocent soldiers and the British and Irish communities in general whatever their faith. However, I wonder whether, in view of the special relationship with our friends across the Atlantic, we will see raids on Republican households in Belfast and the extraordinary rendition and subsequent torture of suspects. Perhaps, there may be some who will call for a shock and awe attack on Belfast.
Some may think my comments are completely not the case but my serious point is that no matter the despicable acts of the terrorist movements across the globe, our governments should never resort to changing well founded and humane principles to carry out previously illegal acts in the name of the people.

I want to see tough action against all terrorist murderers but only within the law. Those public figures or members of the armed forces who break this covenant with their people by deed or silent collaboration should be forced to resign and face charges of war crimes as they can no longer be trusted to represent us.

It is bad enough our brave soldiers are losing their lives in Afghanistan now their lives are now in jeopardy at home in Northern Ireland my sympathies go out to the families of these brave soldiers.

Once more there was flash Gordon Brown on the news condemning the actions and outrage at what happened but it goes to show that the Labour party are full of hypocrisy, let's not forget it was Labour who sanctioned and released murderers onto the streets of Northern Ireland.

What is likely is that the powers that be in Sinn Fein will soon find out who is responsible: it will be interesting to see if they decide to hand the murderers over to the police, or deal with it themselves.

Friday, 6 March 2009

Defence of the Union

Say sorry Gordon Brown launched a staunch defence of the Union with Scotland last night - and said the multi-billion pound bank bailout of the Royal Bank of Scotland was testament to its strength.

The fact is that the Government is Scotland's biggest employer so Flash Gordon is egging it a bit when he talks of "work and effort, enterprise and honesty, integrity and taking responsibility". Anyway, it's all down to you and your liebour cronies!

It's high-time we English had a say about the Union. Nobody asked us if we were willing to bail out the Scottish banks and Scottish pensions with our taxes.

Yet the Scots and the Welsh have so much that we don't, but we still have to pay for it! At grass-roots level (that's us - always at the bottom in this Union), there is a lot of support now for an English Parliament, and it is growing.
The only hope, if there is one, for the liebour party under humpty Brown is for him to admit to misjudgements whilst he was Chancellor. He just needs to listen more, and admit that he made mistakes. That shows leadership, and that is the only way he can hope to have any sympathy from the British public.
Never in the field of human endeavor was so much damage done to so many by one man who refuses to say sorry !


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There are victims all around the UK , savers, ex-home owners, TV companies, car producers, advertisers, everyone except the banks, because this is all about the banks. Until banks have recapitalised it doesn't really matter what Humpty Brown wants.

Like most earthquakes you wait for the aftershocks. We've seen interest rates disappear in 6 months, if normal service is restored, this new money will be inflationary.

Banks don't care, they're too busy saving themselves.

Quantitative easing, special liquidity fund, people are forgetting this isn't just another 100 billion, its 100 on top of all the other measures. I wish I was an economist and could tell you all what it will mean for the future? One things sure the banks won't suffer, we are all enjoying a little extra where it hurts.

Mark my words we are all doomed. My thanks go to humpty Brown and his nu liebour cronies they've been far better than any former UK socialist government.

The visionary Humpty said he understood money better than everyone else in this world.

Under his nuliebour leadership there would always be boom and no bust. Just trust in me he said! But in the end, Humpty was found out as a complete and utter idiot. Humpty Brown has brought depression to our country . Boom is a thing of the past.

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the King's horses, And all the King's men couldn't put Humpty together again!

Saying sorry cannot be that hard, can it?

Wednesday, 4 March 2009

Tom Harris Labour MP

The return of morality

This is a paragraph from his latest blog : http://www.tomharris.org.uk/

I’m a Labour MP, so some will undoubtedly be surprised, and shocked that I’m writing this. But I can no longer pretend that the army of teenage mothers living off the state is anything other than a national catastrophe. Now read the rest on his blog.

Well done Tom Harris now convince the rest of your party to your way of thinking.

Tuesday, 3 March 2009

Boris Johnson article about Hattie

Reading today's blog from prodicus I found these images from TractorStats.
Extract taken from today's article in the Telegraph.
Will their assets be expropriated under the same Act? How will their guilt be determined, or will Hattie just put on her leopardskin accessories and stomp and jingle through the City, waving her calabash rattle and sniffing out the culprits?
Sorry Boris, TractorStats only did these two images of Hattie without leopardskin. I know which one I prefer, do you?

From toast to egg that's Gordon's life

The King of twist is visiting Washington today for his first formal meeting with Barack Obama but then he had egg on his face when the President ruled out a formal press conference to mark his visit.

Mr Brown's aides are trying to make the best of what is a distinctly low key visit compared to the family hospitality lavished on Tony Blair by George Bush when they met for the first time.

Brown is an obviously failing prime minister and does he honestly expect a high profile new president to be gushing with welcome, more a duty to interstate circumstance rather than be associated with such an obvious disaster!

Despite Downing Street's spin doctors campaign and the Biased Broadcasting Company's efforts to put a polish on it, this visit by an unelected British Prime Minister to a newly elected US President will be seen by the British electorate exactly for what it is, a pathetic cap-in-hand attempt to gain votes for Nu-Liebour at the next election.

It would appear from the toning down of some of the aspects of Brown's visit that American officialdom sees it in a similar way and apparently have little enthusiasm for him or his politics. That he is the first European "leader" to be invited to the White House means nothing at all. Does he really think that the President will heed his words before those of Sarkozy or Merkel. Brown is yesterday's man and the sooner he comes to terms with that, the better for all of us.

Monday, 2 March 2009

Isolation for Harman

flash crash Brown today refused to back Harriet Harman's pledge to strip shamed banker Sir Fred Goodwin of his £693,000 pension.

I think most would agree that Sir Fred did not deserve such a large pension payout but let's not loose sight of the fact that it was our inept government who approved it!
After belatedly realizing their error, they blame him and ask him to give it up? As grotesque as this settlement may be, I don't know anyone who has just lost their job that would be willing to renegotiate a perfectly legal pension arrangement with their ex employer & Sir Fred is acting no differently.

Harriet Harman is a stupid woman! Together with flash crash Gordon the hypocrite, they want a whipping boy to take the blame for the financial mess.
So much for the lies about being a 'Global' matter. Just ask flash crash Brown one question, if there had been better financial control and regulation in the UK, with regards to financial risks and exposure, would the UK be in the mess it is today? No, it wouldn't is the answer, hence the daggers out for Fred the Shred and alll.
Just likeJacqui Smith, who broke no rules to claim a 2nd home allowance, Fred the Shred has broken no rules.
Perhaps flash crash Brown needs to hold his hand up, and give up his pension for his part in the UK failure, but of course the man that saved the world won't do this, he's done nothing wrong; and has he keeps saying it would have been worse under the Tories. Yes, assuming the Tories had followed Brown by destroying Pensions, sold off gold reserves and pulled the BoE's teeth to stop Banks imploding. NuLieBore!

Sunday, 1 March 2009

My hats off to United for winning the Carling cup.

Manchester United's journey to the second trophy of a possible quintuple was subject to delay but they could not be prevented from reaching their destination. Tottenham Hotspur looked exhausted when it came to the penalties shoot-out, even if Jamie O'Hara, seeing his attempt saved by Ben Foster, and David Bentley, missing the target, were both substitutes.
The victors did not waver, with Anderson, a substitute, converting the fourth United kick to win the Carling Cup.

What's next for United I guess its the league and I have to ask myself why and where did Liverpool's title challenge fall apart, how soon an eight-point lead over Manchester United turned into a seven-point deficit.?
After a disastrous run of results, the Reds' Premier League aspirations are in tatters but where does the buck stop?
I think Liverpool's problem is that they don't have a big enough squad to compete with Manchester United. Over the course of a season, when Rafa rotates players who are either tired or injured, the lack of depth becomes obvious. Lucas, Babel, El Zhar and Ngog might one day be good players but at the moment they look out of their league, they are too green.
In the first half of the season, Rafa kept the same team and they won games. Now he is rotating every game and they are losing or drawing.
Relying on Torres to be fit all the time is a massive gamble and Kuyt is not a proven goalscorer, nor are the others. You need two strikers and Crouch always provided that back up goal threat which they have missed this season.
The spine for Liverpool is there but Rafa needs more quality up front, on the right wing and especially in the fullback positions. These are the missing ingredients. This will push the average starting players to the bench. Then you have a squad that can seriously mount a challenge and go the distance.
I also hope the Americans will sell up. The boardroom nonsense is not healthy and is an unwelcome distraction. Either they want Rafa to manage or not, don't drag the club, players and supporters through this.
Hopefully, now that the pressure is off, Liverpool can start playing winning football and try to recapture second spot, which is going to be difficult because Chelsea are obviously up for it and now chasing United.
My only concern for United will be the build up of fixtures the more success you have the greater the risk becomes and at the end you may finish up with nothing.

A poem for the Post Office workers who booed and jeered the PM yesterday.

Peter said this on Wednesday:

I must put these darling postal types at ease. And so, I'm singing. “Postman Peter, Postman Peter,” I trill, “Postman Peter, would you like a margarita?” I have invited a few of those staunch, balding fellows from the post unions over for a drinks party, you see, on a charm offensive. Nobody wants a margarita. “Beer, please,” says one.

Then Mandelson goes to war on Labour mail rebels on Saturday.

Peter came out fighting last night in the growing row over the Royal Mail sell-off, slapping down protests from Labour ministers and MPs, and accusing the postal union of dishonest "scare tactics" that could cost workers their pensions and even their jobs.

Mandelson's attack, widened the split between the government and the Communications Workers' Union, and at least 130 Labour MPs and two members of the cabinet who are opposed to partial privatisation.

Yesterday flash crash Gordon Brown backed Mandelson, telling Labour's policy forum that the huge pension deficit made outside investment imperative. Brown had been booed and jeered by more than 100 postal workers as he arrived in Bristol to give the forum's keynote speech.

So this poem is for all those postal workers who booed and jeered yesterday.

Who is that hero who saves parcels in distress;
A brave knight in pure white(ish) armour dressed,
Who speeds so fearlessly to a delivery address?
That's just the Kamikaze Courier from 10 Downing Street.
Who is that noble soul upon his trusty steed;
His visor closed against the urban battlefield of our main roads and of minors all at suicidal speed?
That's just the Kamikaze Courier from 10 Downing Street.
Who is that pillock who just wheelied from the lights, and cut between the old man and the pram on zebra stripes,Then swerved around that car that was still indicating Right? That's just the Kamikaze Courier from 10 Downing Street.
Who is that shit who passed the school at eighty-five, Who reached a ton and couldn't read the Slow Trucks Turning sign, Then hit the refuse truck as it reversed out of its drive?
That was the Kamikaze Courier from 10 Downing Street, now he's flattened.