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David Cameron Calling For Permanent Austerity

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David Cameron has suggested that public spending should continue to be squeezed in a "fundamental culture change" that would leave the British public sector "permanently" slimmed down.

Speaking at the Lord Mayor's Banquet in the City of London, he said the best way to keep the cost of living down was to take "difficult decisions on public spending" to leave "a state we can afford".

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Bunch of kunts.

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Bunch of kunts.

Such sofisticated, educated (and all knowledgable) "elite".

Greedy, evil,lazy imbecils rule other greedy, evil,lazy hardworking imbecils and give them breadcrumbs like HTB schemes,etc.

Adios,Britania.

You were pillaged and destroyed irreversibly in less than 15 years thanks to phoney corrupt main parties consisting of the above imbecils.

I am so sorry to see this country go down the sewers.

So much potential,yet everything valuable and dear destroyed.

Most of all our children's futures.

We will all suffer even more and it will never stop unless people (not sheeple) do something.

Remember when "Labour's beloved" Big Daddy (Gordon Brown) exclaimed many times:"This is the New World Order"?

He was right, and he was the one who introduced it into UK with Bliar.

Camoron and Osborne only continued Liebour's legacy.

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David Cameron has suggested that public spending should continue to be squeezed in a "fundamental culture change" that would leave the British public sector "permanently" slimmed down.

We could start by slimming down the agricultural subsidies being paid to the landowning welfare queens in the home counties- but perhaps it was the wrong crowd to suggest this to?

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You were pillaged and destroyed irreversibly in less than 15 years thanks to phoney corrupt main parties consisting of the above imbecils.

Camoron and Osborne only continued Liebour's legacy.

You have to look beyond the left/right, Tory/Labour rubbish they peddle in the mainstream media.

The moment banks were allowed to lend money at interest the economy changed. Every political decision that has happened since has been tainted and shaped by that change. You can't blame political parties when the political system exists to protect the economic system. Just like the political system in the 1600s supported the aristocracy and feudalism. Just as the political system in the 1800s supported the Empire and industrialization.

I have sad it before here, if Labour had won the election in 1979 they would have followed exactly the same policies that Thatcher introduced. If Major had won in 1997 they would have done the same as Blair.

There is no Left/Right anymore. Imagine there is just one political party. It doesn't matter who you vote for they will protect the banking establishment. Vote UKIP, or the Greens or whoever it doesn't matter. None want to reform the banking establishment so your vote means nothing.

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Here's an idea:

Cameron & the Government could perhaps do away with those ministerial Jaguar XJs and start using leased Mondeos. Might save a few bob.

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Is this the type of austerity where govt spending goes up year on year?

He means core stuff that is now provided by the state via general taxation being turned into for-profit provision.

For example privatized schools, privatized road, privatized courts, etc, etc.

The only other way the gov could be slimmed down really is by curbing spending on the elderly - which won't happen.

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He means core stuff that is now provided by the state via general taxation being turned into for-profit provision.

For example privatized schools, privatized road, privatized courts, etc, etc.

The only other way the gov could be slimmed down really is by curbing spending on the elderly - which won't happen.

Yes. Maximising the opportunities for rent collection.

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