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Austerity Britain or Plan B.

George Osbourne does have a choice.

3 minute video www.onegoodcut.org

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Osborne would rather see the nation go hungry than touch one a penny of the bankers money.

Only when the entire system falls over will the Sheeple finally realise that they have been had.

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The YouTube linke:-

Osborne would rather see the nation go hungry than touch one a penny of the bankers money.

Only when the entire system falls over will the Sheeple finally realise that they have been had.

Agreed. The £1.2trn bail out for bust banks and ongoing efforts to keep asset prices high for the elite has crippled the Anglo-Saxon world, leaving it in a zombie like twilight zone. For what it's worth I think the elite are playing a very dangerous game as public anger at bonuses on made up profits and ever widening inequality refuses to go away. Instead of cutting services and benefits for the poor, why not nationalise the entire banking system and sell off the assets - such as they are; that is the ultimate endgame?

30 years ago the Unions tried to hold Britain ransom, now the banksters are doing exactly the same. Question is will Eton Dave take them on or continue to shovel our money into their wallets? :angry:

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