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You Know- All I Ever Wanted Was Brown Out- And Common Sense To Prevail.

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It now appears neither wish has been granted.

I think the post on Brown's unchecked illnesses has spooked me badly.

Who would of ever thought that logging onto HPc 4/5 years ago, that things could ever have got this far and the shit we are now in could ever have been allowed to happen..

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It now appears neither wish has been granted.

I think the post on Brown's unchecked illnesses has spooked me badly.

Who would of ever thought that logging onto HPc 4/5 years ago, that things could ever have got this far and the shit we are now in could ever have been allowed to happen..

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I keep asking the same question - why did they let it get this bad? Gordon's arrogance of no boom/bust stoked up the boom, BoE inaction and lowering of IR's shook off recessions that should have been in 2001 and 2005. The other major nations may not have gone as far as Broon but they never the less to some extent went down the same path.

It really does come down to a confluence of weapons of financial mass destruction, CDO's etc, the fact that London was the epicentre of the financial world together with our government being sickeningly subservient to the bankers.

All the above is to an extent excusable but for Broon to try to continue what is flawed and dangerous is beyond reprehensible - to get people to partake in the ponzi scheme at this stage and at gun point is plain evil.

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I keep asking the same question - why did they let it get this bad? Gordon's arrogance of no boom/bust stoked up the boom, BoE inaction and lowering of IR's shook off recessions that should have been in 2001 and 2005. The other major nations may not have gone as far as Broon but they never the less to some extent went down the same path.

It really does come down to a confluence of weapons of financial mass destruction, CDO's etc, the fact that London was the epicentre of the financial world together with our government being sickeningly subservient to the bankers.

All the above is to an extent excusable but for Broon to try to continue what is flawed and dangerous is beyond reprehensible - to get people to partake in the ponzi scheme at this stage and at gun point is plain evil.

I think the evil in this is Democracy.

buying votes with pledges, being afraid to do the right thing. I hear the BBC interviewers just CHAMPING at the bit for a Tory to admit that there will be job losses. They dare not speak the truth.

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