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There is a certain kind of mentally disturbed person who sets a fire, calls the fire brigade, and then acts as the hero of the hour. Gordon Brown, the former British Chancellor of the Exchequer and Prime Minister, is a little like that: though whether or not he knows it is an interesting question.

I know it. You know it.

Over 90% of the United Kingdom know it.

But apparently, Ed miliband, Ed Balls, and the rest of the Shadow Labour Cabinet do not know it.

[Or they are financial rapists, economic fascists, who dont give the slightest sh1t about the people who's lives they've destroyed. Or the completely disproportionate Society their deliberate criminal acts of incompetence and fraud have created. Champagne socialist THIEVING scum. ]

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They vote Labour becuase their mummy or daddy voted Labour or their mate down t' pit voted Labour, totally illogical and irrational just like some women! ;)

Don't forget the inverted snobbery of not liking well spoken, well presented people.

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Most Labour voters dont know it though.

I think most know exactly what has happened but as they are on the right side of Labour's Fascist policies they turn a blind eye.

People with the same job, same wage, but just a couple of years older than us, are sitting on £300k houses, where- as weve been forced to waste tens upon tens of thousands in rent, as House Prices were purposefully manipulated to rise further and further out of our reach year after year. Via unpunished, Fraudulent practices which have been rewarded.

With banks bailouts Brown bribed the homeowners. He implemented his 'Debt Transfer' Scam. Pushing millions who have already been forced to pay off 'liar loan' landlords mortgages and retirements, into further debt slavery.

It angers me even now thinking about it, after over a decade of suffering through it.

It's just so destructive, unfair, ideologically twisted, downright evil THEFT. And it was avoidable. It didnt have to be this way.

If the Facsist bastards hadnt have done it, we would probably have a just below average home and a decent job. A life........Some Capital. Instead of working as a slave.

I F@rkin Hate the Labour Party. Burn in h3ll you ba5tard5.

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Don't forget the inverted snobbery of not liking well spoken, well presented people.

To be fair, such people do keep taking the left for a ride.

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Most Labour voters dont know it though.

They vote Labour becuase their mummy or daddy voted Labour or their mate down t' pit voted Labour, totally illogical and irrational just like some women! ;)

If only it were that simple, they might wake up. The problem is that Labour have successfully hoodwinked the population of the UK into believing they are the 'nice' party that 'helps' people; and that the Tories are the evil, nasty lot that want to throw orphans out into the snow. It's a simple but incredibly effective piece of propaganda that people believe because they want to - it touches on the deepest human emotions about 'goodies and baddies'.

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If only it were that simple, they might wake up. The problem is that Labour have successfully hoodwinked the population of the UK into believing that the Tories are the evil, nasty lot ...............................

But the Coalition have done nothing to rectify Labour's Evil Acts.

They have had plenty of opportunities to spread the pain of deficit reduction more equally between those who own property and those who do not.

And have completely failed to do so.

Instead of raising taxes in the moment, all political parties are slaves, to a corrupt banking system which allows them to offest the debt to the future.

And it must have been completely obvious to all politicians and economist's, for generations, that this would have but one result.

But they will not suffer personally.

Its us, the proles who will suffer.

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But the Coalition have done nothing to rectify Labour's Evil Acts.

They have had plenty of opportunities to spread the pain of deficit reduction more equally between those who own property and those who do not.

And have completely failed to do so.

Instead of raising taxes in the moment, they are all slaves, to a corrupt banking system which allows them to offest the debt to the future.

And it must have been completely obvious to all politicians and economist's, for generations, that this would have but one result.

True - but they have had to start a token round of public sector cuts (we all know they're not really cutting, just reining in spending). Just look at how the left seized on that immediately as a the act of 'Evil Tories'.

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Just look at how the left seized on that immediately as a the act of 'Evil Tories'.

Is there a Left and a Right?

I dont see ANY evidence of it in the political Parties of Modern Britain.

It takes a crisis to show that all political philosophies, are reduced to the lowest common denominator.

The Terms 'Plutocracy' or 'Corporateocracy' describe the UK better than any other.

The Parties just exist to divide and Conquer the Masses dont they?

To give us all a 'pretend choice'?

Real Democracy is anathema to 'the State' and they have been fighting against it for centuries.

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Is there a Left and a Right?

I dont see ANY evidence of it in the political Parties of Modern Britain.

It takes a crisis to show that all political philosophies, are reduced to the lowest common denominator.

The Terms 'Plutocracy' or 'Corporateocracy' describe the UK better than any other.

The Parties just exist to divide and Conquer the Masses dont they?

To give us all a 'pretend choice'?

I agree there is very little difference in political parties, but there is still a big ideological divide in other areas outside politics. The cultural world, for example, is to a man (or should that be person) left wing and statist. As someone points out on that Dalrymple blog, the reason he is not well known in the UK is because he is a right wing intellectual, a species that simply has no voice in the UK.

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...for those who did not open the link there is more including this overview of Gordo's book... :rolleyes:

one of the longest self-exculpatory notes in history... devoid of self-examination... shot through with moral grandiosity... interesting, but only in the way that a paranoid psychotic’s ideas are interesting... demonstrates that there is an intimate connection between his moral megalomania, his imperviousness to reality, his absence of self-examination, his lack of analytical power, and his gross incompetence... high-falutin’ rubbish...

...high-falutin...is slang for pompous.... :rolleyes:

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Most Labour voters dont know it though.

They vote Labour becuase their mummy or daddy voted Labour or their mate down t' pit voted Labour, totally illogical and irrational just like some women! ;)

Either that or they have spent more than 10 seconds reading the barely veiled class hatred

screed from the self important self satisfied Daily Mail ranting right.

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Don't forget the inverted snobbery of not liking well spoken, well presented people.

Maybe that's why Ed Miliband tries to remember to drop his t's.

Always funny to hear the chattering classes trying to sound Estuary.

Or 'common' as they used to call it. ;)

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When faced with such manufactured inequality the only sane reaction is Anarchy.

The blame lies firmly at the door of government sponsored fraud and theft.

Proudhon was described as the first Anarchist.

The man who criticized big capitalist property from the petty-bourgeois position and dreamed of perpetuating small private ownership……."We do not hesitate to assert that there is no more terrible mockery of the whole culture of our lauded century than the fact that in the big cities more and more of the population have no place that they can call their own. The real key point of moral and family existence, hearth and home, is being swept away"

Now that could accurately be described as a socialist policy. From A 19th Century influential philosopher and staunch socialist.

Which is the LAST THING in the world the LABOUR Party are.

Economic Fascists is a much more accurate description of Labour.

[The most notable characteristic of a fascist ideology, being the seperation or persecution of one section of a society at the expense of another]

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On the other hand you have very 'Right Wing' philosophers, like Ayn Rand, an influential 20th Century philosopher and Staunch Capitalist, making statements about Property and Ownership:

Just as man can't exist without his body, so no rights can exist without the right to translate one's rights into reality—to think, to work and to keep the results—which means: the right of property.

The right to life is the source of all rights—and the right to property is their only implementation.

Without property rights, no other rights are possible. Since man has to sustain his life by his own effort, the man who has no right to the product of his effort has no means to sustain his life.

The man who produces while others dispose of his product, is a slave.Bear in mind that the right to property is a right to action, like all the others: it is not the right to an object, but to the action and the consequences of producing or earning that object. It is not a guarantee that a man will earn any property, but only a guarantee that he will own it if he earns it. It is the right to gain, to keep, to use and to dispose of material values."

In other words, we should all have the ability to be allowed to work and pay for something which we can call our own.

Just like the generations before us had.

And the present people in charge had.

But neither the Right nor the Left are offering this. Even though ideologically they both agree, in principle.

By mutual consent, all Political Parties are corrupt. Because Money corrupts all politicial philosophies.

And the crooked Media have played along.

Frankly I could sympathise with, and understand someone who attempted to burn down parliament.

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Living in Newcastle I am surrounded by people who are labourites. Or at least "but it was good under Labour now the evil tories are cutting". They are completely unable to put two and two together. Aaaaaaaaaaaand the old

"Maggie closed down the pits!!"£!".

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I think most know exactly what has happened but as they are on the right side of Labour's Fascist policies they turn a blind eye.

People with the same job, same wage, but just a couple of years older than us, are sitting on £300k houses, where- as weve been forced to waste tens upon tens of thousands in rent, as House Prices were purposefully manipulated to rise further and further out of our reach year after year. Via unpunished, Fraudulent practices which have been rewarded.

With banks bailouts Brown bribed the homeowners. He implemented his 'Debt Transfer' Scam. Pushing millions who have already been forced to pay off 'liar loan' landlords mortgages and retirements, into further debt slavery.

It angers me even now thinking about it, after over a decade of suffering through it.

It's just so destructive, unfair, ideologically twisted, downright evil THEFT. And it was avoidable. It didnt have to be this way.

If the Facsist bastards hadnt have done it, we would probably have a just below average home and a decent job. A life........Some Capital. Instead of working as a slave.

I F@rkin Hate the Labour Party. Burn in h3ll you ba5tard5.

Apart from that they were great though!

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Living in Newcastle I am surrounded by people who are labourites. Or at least "but it was good under Labour now the evil tories are cutting". They are completely unable to put two and two together. Aaaaaaaaaaaand the old

"Maggie closed down the pits!!"£!".

Quite amazing isn't it ? :blink:

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I know it. You know it.

Over 90% of the United Kingdom know it.

But apparently, Ed miliband, Ed Balls, and the rest of the Shadow Labour Cabinet do not know it.

G Broon was the greatest idiot buffoon moronic PM that was ever not elected. A supreme and unutterable failure. :angry: :angry:

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