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Express: " Brown Hideously Flawed Guardian Of The British Economy."

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http://www.dailyexpress.co.uk/posts/view/19703

WE WILL ALL SUFFER FOR BROWN’S DEBT POLICY

BLUNDERS: Gordon Brown
Friday September 21,2007
By Frederick "Freddie" Forsyth
The truth about Gordon Brown is surely that he has been a
hideously flawed guardian of the British economy
.
Look at it this way – when you are told someone has done a good job, ask two things: what materials was he given to work with; and what circumstances was he given to work within?
For example, if a pilot in a Tiger Moth can shoot down a Eurofighter/ Typhoon, that is one utterly brilliant flier. But if a Typhoon can shoot down a Tiger Moth, it is only to be expected from the most barely competent aviator..../

Why are the press only now waking up to the fact that Brown is a disater and he has steered the UK economy toward the abyss that is only a kiss away from becoming the new reality?

At least the Press are alerting the sheeple to the fact they have been conned. How much longer can Brown keep the currency markets conned?

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Why are the press only now waking up to the fact that Brown is a disater and he has steered the UK economy toward the abyss that is only a kiss away from becoming the new reality?

Because there's enough of a "buzz" around in the more immediate media (TV, radio) to generate a desire in their readership for content regarding the state of the economy. Tabloids don't lead their readers, they follow them.

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Because there's enough of a "buzz" around in the more immediate media (TV, radio) to generate a desire in their readership for content regarding the state of the economy. Tabloids don't lead their readers, they follow them.

That's probably true.

Let's face it the TUC has been pretty quiet for 10 years, but their members are feeling the pain, and not in the Stephen milligan Satsuma in the mouth, trussed up like a sunday chicken kind of way.

They are seeing their mortgage payments going up, and food, council tax, you know the list it's been posted here before.

I would say that the worker unrest is a symptom that they know the CPI figures are crap because their pockets tell them they are.

And it doesn't take much for fleet street to work out which way the wind blows. That plus the fact that they hate labour anyway and the knives are coming out.

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Tabloids don't lead their readers, they follow them.

well, a bit of symbiosis really. But the truth is that the punters of Great Britain were not ready for the truth about this until they saw footage of queues outside Northern Rock, or saw it for real, knew someone who queued, or indeed queued themselves.

Now, all of a sudden they want to know why this has happened - how it could happen, when everything seemed (on the surface at least) so hunky-dory before. Hence, the press jerks dramatically in the other direction (both readings of the phrase "jerks dramatically" are valid here) to satiate the bloodlust and fill the vacant, confused, frightened minds of the populace.

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