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Alistair Darling Confirms That G Broon Was A Moron.

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Broon said the financial crisis would only last 6 months....

MORON. :angry:

http://www.bbc.co.uk...how_04_09_2011/

Brain is in overdrive.

We have ALL the UK GOVT maestros telling us all we have to "change" and go thru an era of change

But they will NOT face up to or "change" the damned City bankers

When are we going to get UK leaders who stick with their words and see policies thru that don't thieve from, enslave & ant-agonise the general UK population?

Did I hear right ?

Darling said "Blair/Brown became Dictators" - yet the scum in Parliament did nothing to oust them!

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Darling is a proper gentleman, he was the only one to break ranks at the time to "level with the public" about the seriousness of the situation. He also said this was the worst crisis "for 60 years". He suffered the unleashing "from the fires of hell" from Gordon Brown after that. Give that man a medal.

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Darling is a proper gentleman, he was the only one to break ranks at the time to "level with the public" about the seriousness of the situation. He also said this was the worst crisis "for 60 years". He suffered the unleashing "from the fires of hell" from Gordon Brown after that. Give that man a medal.

Yup Brown should be tried for his menacing tactics.....

What an absolute S H 1 T that Broon Ar$e was.... :angry:

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