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Ed Milliband Goes All Alex Jones/david Icke (Or Does He?)

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Ed Milliband had been defending his leadership by attacking the vested interests and forces of big business that are ranged against him in a conspiracy.

Anyway, it a Mail story which was on their front page with the headline:

Ed's conspiracy theory: Miliband blames 'powerful forces' who are out to get him for his leadership woes

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2832800/We-Ukip-Ukip-says-Miliband-attack-Farage-gang-wanting-leave-EU-scrap-NHS-pay-women-less.html

However, you do start to wonder whether certain aspects of the media and business don't like someone who is a real socialist. So rather than a conspiracy, I might call it right wing lobbying.

That said, when you get storieslike the one below on currency fixing by the banks, it does make you wonder:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2832260/Why-aren-t-crooked-bankers-prison-banks-fined-2bn-fixing-currency-rates-clamour-grows-dozens-traders-face-prosecution.html

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Errr, no

Actually Ed, you're rubbish and I wouldn't vote for you to run the local sweet shop, let alone the UK

End of....

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Loads of lobbying going on RE: Milli according to my brother in law.

His source is his brother who actually works in such dark arts.

They are terrified of him. Ditto UKIP as well if they actually do get round to vocally trashing TTIP.

He seems to think UKIP and the Tories will end up working together, and that's the reason the UKIP anti-lobbying has calmed down (and they're starting to get an easier ride of things). The Mail certainly used to trash Farage almost as regularly as Milli (although they drew the line at inventing lies about his dead father granted).

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Loads of lobbying going on RE: Milli according to my brother in law.

His source is his brother who actually works in such dark arts.

They are terrified of him. Ditto UKIP as well if they actually do get round to vocally trashing TTIP.

He seems to think UKIP and the Tories will end up working together, and that's the reason the UKIP anti-lobbying has calmed down (and they're starting to get an easier ride of things). The Mail certainly used to trash Farage almost as regularly as Milli (although they drew the line at inventing lies about his dead father granted).

That makes a bit of sense. Also partly explains why the Greens are not invited to the TV debate. The less stray votes the tighter the grip.

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It is extraordinary that Gidiot can get away with borrowing £120-140bn/yr every year to hold up the vast criminal empire that is the City of London yet Moribund gets the 'Red Menace' treatment for simply daring to propose a mansion tax!

Comical, if it wasn't so... tragic.

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Part of me doesn't wonder about the whole conspiracy thing of elites positioning there own goons in politics to further there agendas. The whole "common purpose" group and all that.

Its the only reason I can think for such a spectacular useless dislikable ******wit like millibland getting into such a position.

Its either the Illuminati gave him the job or the labour party are so spectacularly useless so utterly out of touch they promote dunces like this.

I would like to think there was an Illuminati because the reality that our entire political system is that useless is much scarier.

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It is extraordinary that Gidiot can get away with borrowing £120-140bn/yr every year to hold up the vast criminal empire that is the City of London yet Moribund gets the 'Red Menace' treatment for simply daring to propose a mansion tax!

Comical, if it wasn't so... tragic.

He looks more like Dennis the Menace to me ...

Dennismenice.jpg

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It is extraordinary that Gidiot can get away with borrowing £120-140bn/yr every year to hold up the vast criminal empire that is the City of London yet Moribund gets the 'Red Menace' treatment for simply daring to propose a mansion tax!

Comical, if it wasn't so... tragic.

err....they're buying the bonds

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As someone else (HAM I think) said, it's interesting to get all this after he starts talking about things like a mansion tax. Even the guardian seems to conclude that more progressive land taxation is bad policy. Which is a little like all the furore over Scottish independence, which when you look into it incorporated a significantly higher 'risk' of implementing accelerated land value tax reforms.

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Loads of lobbying going on RE: Milli according to my brother in law.

His source is his brother who actually works in such dark arts.

They are terrified of him. Ditto UKIP as well if they actually do get round to vocally trashing TTIP.

He seems to think UKIP and the Tories will end up working together, and that's the reason the UKIP anti-lobbying has calmed down (and they're starting to get an easier ride of things). The Mail certainly used to trash Farage almost as regularly as Milli (although they drew the line at inventing lies about his dead father granted).

of course they will..apart from in scotland where the auld alliance rules.

...unfortunately moribund doesn't fit into that equation.

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of course they will..apart from in scotland where the auld alliance rules.

...unfortunately moribund doesn't fit into that equation.

i've just checked the dictionary meaning of "moribund"

does seem quite apt

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It is extraordinary that Gidiot can get away with borrowing £120-140bn/yr every year to hold up the vast criminal empire that is the City of London yet Moribund gets the 'Red Menace' treatment for simply daring to propose a mansion tax!

Comical, if it wasn't so... tragic.

milliband is just a student-union throwback who has never had a proper days work in hs life.

he still thinks "student union", he still acts "student union"..to put it bluntly, he is still a child.

this is the total sterotypical problem.

we have toffs who never did a hard days work in their life(and if they feck up mummy and dadyy will pay) v wolfie smith who never did a hard days work(and if they feck up the state will pay), in their life either.

common denominator between the two being they expect somebody else to take the rap for their actions.they need to grow up.

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David was swapped out for Ed when it became apparent that during his spell as Foreign Secretary he had become a lot more polished and would represent a threat to Cameron and the coalition at the next election. It was never intended he would be PM. The UKIP surge has raised the possibility of him becoming PM and I think it is this risk which is behind the current smear campaign.

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