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#16 hopefulhousewifeagain

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Posted 15 September 2011 - 09:59 AM

for the first time in 14 years i find myself strongly drawn to tory policy. it would have unthinkable when i was younger and paid the price of their ignorant policies. however, i am LOVING the fact that they are now taking on the same middle class that used to dump on us working class in the thatcher days.

they can strike as much as they please. it will not change a thing. you cannot get blood from a stone and i for one am going to enjoy watching a load of nimby w@nkers get the full lash of the eton club whip. and rightly so. i would like to whip each one several times for being so selfish, blinded by greed and ignorance and i am going to just love it when their pathetic strikes lead nowhere but to a pile of trash in their own back yards.

i am working class, i managed to start my own business. this country did nothing for me. i had to educate myself in the USA. i owe this country nothing at all, and i am about to enjoy the coming years as currencies and the whole banking swindle collapses in front of the daily express and guardian readers eyeballs. this is goig to be something special.

they can eat sh1t if they think im paying their pensions so they can retire at 60, leaving me to retire at 70.
i already about retired. this is truly an epic popcorn moment watching the people who thought they were the masters get a solid beating off the people they thought were their chums.

doesnt even matter now if they revert to millipride. no one can save them from the damage the middle class have done to the uk over the last 10 years. there is simply nothing in the kitty but debt for them to repay. all the while my private gold stash goes up and up and up.

oh, how i longed for this day. have a taste of coal miner life you teacher, council officer, firefighter w@nkers !!
not nice wehn they turn on you is it. i also have little support forthe miner strike breaking hauliers. you too can eat some sh1t.


hahaha


ENJOY.


Seriously I think you need help. Your ramblings don't make sense. Are you calling nurses, firefighters, etc. middle class?

The cost of public sector pensions is set to fall in the future and as far as I'm aware the nurses and teachers didn't cause the mess we are in now. You have swallowed the Tory line alright, because this is all about a Tory political stance and not the economy, same as University tuition fees.

I think you probably spent too much time in the good ol' USA and as you say you owe this country nothing. So what you still doing here then?

As for watching them eat sh1t, enjoy your private stash of gold. Hope you've got hard teeth, 'cos it sure is crunchy and not that nutricous when your'e starving.

I have no love for any of the three main parties in this country and certainly no axe to grind, except regarding house prices and falling income, same as most people and certainly no affiliation to the public sector, I can't stand it when people turn on each other out of misguided spite.

#17 RichB

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Posted 15 September 2011 - 10:00 AM

Sorry, I don't really keep up with the news.... which middle class is going on strike??

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Posted 15 September 2011 - 10:31 AM

Errr no.

UKIP don't have blood on their hands yet regarding screwing over the British people, now the Tories, & Nu Liebour on the other hand..

And what makes you think that's for any reason other than that they haven't had the chance? I've seen nothing in UKIP that doesn't make me think that they're as bad or worse as the main three. Don't support someone simply because they oppose someone you really dislike.

Presently the Tories, whils tin most ways just as bad as Labour, appear marginally less incompetent even though their motives for being so are questionable.

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Posted 15 September 2011 - 10:45 AM

Oh God, here we go, here we go, here we go.
Back to the 1970's
Class War II.


Oh right, because Labour in the 2000s didn't engage in class war? :lol:

This country is in perpetual class war. It's just how it is.

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Posted 15 September 2011 - 10:45 AM

Someone once wroe that if you are not a socialist when young you have no heart, but if you are not a conservative when you are older you have no brain.

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#21 Chuffy Chuffnell

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Posted 15 September 2011 - 10:46 AM

And bring on the strikes. Should save the government some money in wages. 9/10 of public sector workers can be on strike and no one would notice anything different.

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Posted 15 September 2011 - 10:47 AM

Seriously I think you need help. Your ramblings don't make sense. Are you calling nurses, firefighters, etc. middle class?

The cost of public sector pensions is set to fall in the future and as far as I'm aware the nurses and teachers didn't cause the mess we are in now. You have swallowed the Tory line alright, because this is all about a Tory political stance and not the economy, same as University tuition fees.

That's right, there was no massive hike in spending under Brown to buy their votes.

Ban Bank Bailouts
Hike Rates Now
Cut spendign aggressively
Move tax from wealth creation to property
In 1931 they did not know yet that they were in The Great Depression
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#23 roadtoruin

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Posted 15 September 2011 - 11:11 AM

That's right, there was no massive hike in spending under Brown to buy their votes.

Ban Bank Bailouts
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Cut spendign aggressively
Move tax from wealth creation to property


The hike in spending was largely to increase the numbers of staff in those sectors. I doubt it was designed to buy votes, in fact as workloads increased with all the changes in education and health, what I saw was increasing disenchantment with labour. Even if they intended to, I doubt labour successfully bought any public sector votes in the last parliament; in higher education they defected away from labour in droves (tuition fees introduction).

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Posted 15 September 2011 - 11:11 AM

I really fear going back to the 1970's
That is why I condemn the latest threat of strikes. Of course, Labour avoided all that by giving in to the Public Sector.
Cameron wll not go after the bankers, tax the rich, put the country back on to its feet, spread wealth around.
I suspect the reason is that having lost so much manufacturing industry, the only short term hope for getting Britain out of its mess is the banking industry.

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Posted 15 September 2011 - 12:23 PM

Go read the Maggie post on this site.

All three main parties have no credibility, I'm not here to impress you, us UKIP's and right wingers will be proved right by history, unfortunately there may well be fighting in the streets in every country and that's not good for anyone.

Dream on. The only difference between right and left wingers is how they say everyone else should be screwed to help them, they're both odious self-serving back-stabbing points of view. I've no idea why you think that UKIP are any different other than in who they blame for the mess (hint - like every other party it's never what they want to do that's wrong, it's all being messed up by others. The only difference with UKIP is, because they've not had any real power, they remain merely a joke instead of a proven threat.

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Posted 15 September 2011 - 12:30 PM

Errr no.

UKIP don't have blood on their hands yet regarding screwing over the British people, now the Tories, & Nu Liebour on the other hand..


of course not...they havent won any power.

Nigel Farage is a star though in his ECB speeches.
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Posted 15 September 2011 - 12:40 PM

Good luck with that. Won't bother me though, as I am upper class.


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Posted 15 September 2011 - 12:53 PM

The old addage is that you vote for your local MP rather than for the party....however my MP is David Laws and although he's an excellent local MP, I don't think I can vote for him again...
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Posted 15 September 2011 - 12:57 PM

Exactly.

He and even quite a few tories can see it was a mistake for this Europe experiment to get going, common market my ar5e.


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Posted 15 September 2011 - 01:53 PM

UKIP want out of Europe, if you can't see that as part of the problem, the whole things been a mistake, apart from for the self serving centre (Germany & France), then you are perhaps part of the problem as you couldn't see it was never going to work.

It is part of the problem and UKIP seem to be right on that, but there's more going on than simply Europe. I refuse to ever vote on a single issue. It's not as if the UK isn't capable of making a bloody mess of itself without Europe there to help after all.




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