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Is It The British Prime Ministers Responsibility?

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I'm not talking about global affairs that can take us by surprise - i'm talking about UK things - like UNBRIDLED lending, immigration, lawlessness, corruption, socialism, dilution of our sovereign governments powers (giving power to the EU) AND HPI pricing our young out of the market to placate the older wealthier population - bear in mind I am an over 40s so no VI in this aspect.

Please - is this not a treasonable series of events?

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I'm not talking about global affairs that can take us by surprise - i'm talking about UK things - like UNBRIDLED lending, immigration, lawlessness, corruption, socialism, dilution of our sovereign governments powers (giving power to the EU) AND HPI pricing our young out of the market to placate the older wealthier population - bear in mind I am an over 40s so no VI in this aspect.

Please - is this not a treasonable series of events?

Are you all too scared to answer this one?

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All I'm looking for is Yes or No - these prolitariats have been destroying our country for decades - they have allowed HPI on their watch - are they cognitively responsible, could they have atered the course of events, and if so - why did they refuse to do so - and if so bearing in mind the painfully evident conclusion to their actions - were they guilty of treason againt the citizens of the uK? Simple question - has anyone the guts to answer?

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Yes, partially. I also think it's partly the fault of the great unwashed who are so plugged into widescreenTV BB, pop idol, i-pod, booze,fags and porn to give a sh*t.

no the great unwashed are what they are - they are to be protected not exploited!

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Err, no, Parliament is sovereign.

Explain - can an act of treason not be enacted by the non action of Parlaiment?

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Explain - can an act of treason not be enacted by the non action of Parlaiment?

RATHER - why should the Prime Minister not be culpable considering the inevitable impact and damage of allowing unbridled lending by the banks and financial institutions within the UK - RESPONSIBILITY = ACCOUNTABILITY

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There you go - how can you ever expect things to change if you don't hold those in power accountable for their actions !!

My post is slipping fast - many are way to scared to reply , many possibly dont care, many are sheeple really at heart, but with power comes responsibility, and with responsibility should come accountability - and that is the end of my post - I am disgusted with the lack of empathy from the site. And it is my conclusion that the UK is indeed finished as a nation. To my deepest regret.

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come on - are you braver than eightiesgirl and yellercat - at least they had the guts to reply!

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Sorry vic can't agree, the politicians are voted in by the voters and as such the voters must bear the ultimate responsibility for the actions of the government. Unless, of course, you want to change the entire political system....that, I am in favour of.

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Yes, partially. I also think it's partly the fault of the great unwashed who are so plugged into widescreenTV BB, pop idol, i-pod, booze,fags and porn to give a sh*t.

Thanks eighties girlie for your post. At least you replied.

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Err, no, Parliament is sovereign.

Thanks yellercat - am at odds with your reply but thanks for giving you thoughts on the matter.

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Yes Gordon "new world order" Brown is treasonous globalist scum.

It amazes me how many people I speak to actually believe in his economic miracle.

Even as it is teetering on a cliff edge, ready to fall and smash into lots of tiny pieces.

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Yes Gordon "new world order" Brown is treasonous globalist scum.

It amazes me how many people I speak to actually believe in his economic miracle.

Even as it is teetering on a cliff edge, ready to fall and smash into lots of tiny pieces.

thanks - for your reply - i really do believe they knew what they were doing and are culpable as a consequence.

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Sorry vic can't agree, the politicians are voted in by the voters and as such the voters must bear the ultimate responsibility for the actions of the government. Unless, of course, you want to change the entire political system....that, I am in favour of.

The voters who vote into power the people with policies and ideas that they don't understand and whose true motives are obscured and deliberately manipulated by a complicit media, a corrupt banking and financial system and an education system that keeps the majority of people dumb ignorant, in debt up to their eyeballs and generally subserviant.

These are the voters who must bear the responsibility are they?

Wakey wakey Scott!!!

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This is truly my last reply to my own post - from now on it is indeed up to you THE PEOPLE if the post falls then so be it ( I expect it to ) - but it is of utmost importance for our country to bring those culpable and reponsible to justice for their actions. The effects of this unbridled lending activity by the financial institutions (unbridled as a consequence of GBs and TBs inaction) will be truly catastrophic. If our leaders fail to act to prevent such a tsunami and destruction to our economy then the nation must make them accountable. If the nation fails to do so then we invite the destruction of our country and its peoples financial resources with impunity! in other words we CEASE to exist as a DEMOCRATIC nation.

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you are right vic.

a few hundred years ago we may have had an uprising and a wayward king would find his head missing....

but now, not likely - people hail the media as a force for truth that we never had in the past, but really its a tool to more effectively con and placate the masses (or at least the majority and thats all that is needed).

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thanks - for your reply - i really do believe they knew what they were doing and are culpable as a consequence.

I don't thinl they knew what they we're doing. I honestly don't think they are that in touch with what's going on. The Halls of Westminster are somewhat removed from reality, and they are surrounded by people trying to hold on to a job involving money, power and status. Soul bending reasons not speak your mind. To not lie, but not tell all the truth either.

I agree with what you say about lack of accountability, but I think that is embedded in British society as a whole from politicians to Mc Job employees.

'It's not my fault' is an oft used phrase. No one will accept the buck stopping with them. No one wants to own up to being wrong, to having made a mistake for somehow that makes you look foolish, and the world heaps scorn on those judged to be so.

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I don't thinl they knew what they we're doing. I honestly don't think they are that in touch with what's going on. The Halls of Westminster are somewhat removed from reality, and they are surrounded by people trying to hold on to a job involving money, power and status. Soul bending reasons not speak your mind. To not lie, but not tell all the truth either.

I agree with what you say about lack of accountability, but I think that is embedded in British society as a whole from politicians to Mc Job employees.

'It's not my fault' is an oft used phrase. No one will accept the buck stopping with them. No one wants to own up to being wrong, to having made a mistake for somehow that makes you look foolish, and the world heaps scorn on those judged to be so.

Soul bending - but treasonable?

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The voters who vote into power the people with policies and ideas that they don't understand and whose true motives are obscured and deliberately manipulated by a complicit media, a corrupt banking and financial system and an education system that keeps the majority of people dumb ignorant, in debt up to their eyeballs and generally subserviant.

These are the voters who must bear the responsibility are they?

Wakey wakey Scott!!!

I take your point but yes, ultimately people must pay the price for their stupidity, they vote for the booms therefore they must suffer the busts.

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Soul bending - but treasonable?

I don't think so , because I don't think that's the intention. Ignorance, greed, lack of b8lls, yes, but no I don't think that on the whole they intend to do harm. The problem is they seem to always be re-active and not pro-active, and unwilling to own up and say 'whoops, my bad, I did it , sorry I won't make the mistake again'- political suicide, sadly.

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I don't think so , because I don't think that's the intention. Ignorance, greed, lack of b8lls, yes, but no I don't think that on the whole they intend to do harm. The problem is they seem to always be re-active and not pro-active, and unwilling to own up and say 'whoops, my bad, I did it , sorry I won't make the mistake again'- political suicide, sadly.

Add in the M word to Gordons portfolio and I thnk all is explained - he said the NWO statement enough to satisfy my natural British instinctions that he is an imposter.

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I don't think so , because I don't think that's the intention. Ignorance, greed, lack of b8lls, yes, but no I don't think that on the whole they intend to do harm. The problem is they seem to always be re-active and not pro-active, and unwilling to own up and say 'whoops, my bad, I did it , sorry I won't make the mistake again'- political suicide, sadly.

Well then what was the intention - come on think outside the box for a change - why would GB and TB allow unbrideld debt that could bring down the financial stability of the UK - not to mention the destruction of our industries etc etc etc........... WHY? sorry for replying to my own post when I said I wouldn't.

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