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Anyone watch Andrew Marr this morning very bearish about the economy. George Osbourne and another guest said we are in deep s**t!!

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Anyone watch Andrew Marr this morning very bearish about the economy. George Osbourne and another guest said we are in deep s**t!!

I caught the last couple of minutes. Who was the other bloke on the show? He seemed like an ultrabear about the 'stuff' thats going to hit the fan soon.

It's all good.

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I caught the last couple of minutes. Who was the other bloke on the show? He seemed like an ultrabear about the 'stuff' thats going to hit the fan soon.

It's all good.

AFP

Kelvin MacKenzie former Sun editor. Bit of a t*t but said it as it is.

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That was the ex-politcal Ed of The Sun, Kelvin Mackenzie (spelling?) - he told it like it was about SOCIALISTS as he termed the government wanting to raise taxes whilst the economy is crumbling using the fig leaf of binge drinking and the environment to raise taxes. Even more cuttingly he refuted the defence that the government was promising to spend more on combatting poverty with his taxes by asking if poverty means not having a Sky dish or the latest Adidas trainers.

In my minds eye the Director had his hand hovering over the test card button in a sense of growing panic that such things could be said ON THE BBC!!!

ANDY

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That was the ex-politcal Ed of The Sun, Kelvin Mackenzie (spelling?) - he told it like it was about SOCIALISTS as he termed the government wanting to raise taxes whilst the economy is crumbling using the fig leaf of binge drinking and the environment to raise taxes. Even more cuttingly he refuted the defence that the government was promising to spend more on combatting poverty with his taxes by asking if poverty means not having a Sky dish or the latest Adidas trainers.

In my minds eye the Director had his hand hovering over the test card button in a sense of growing panic that such things could be said ON THE BBC!!!

ANDY

Isn't it nice!!!

You can just smell what the (northern) rock is cookin!!

the incremental ratcheting up of fear will do wonders for the housing market.....and the beauty of it is,the more comrade brown and co try and spin it,the more blatant the lie becomes.

king ***** couldn't hold back the tide no matter how much he commanded....neither can Gordon.

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The Beeb only tend to let Kelvin McKenzie loose on very early or very late shows like Andrew Marr, or the "This Week" as he tends to frighten the sheeple and young children. Like Peter Hitchens he's slightly to the "right" of being completely barking. But at last people are being allowed to tell "like it is" about how much trouble we are in. No more "miracles economics" nonsense.

Edited to make some kind of sense.

Edited by rover2000

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Well! I never! The Tory George Osborne slags off Labour policies! Whatever next?

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Kelvin MacKenzie, of 'Freddie Star Ate My Hamster' fame - now there's a man to take economic advice from! FFS, he was some sort of 'editor' of the cretinous Sun! Disappeared off the face of the earth after his sacking. I thought he was dead. Never mind.

How desperate was Andrew Marr for intelligent guests this morning? Wasn't Mickey Mouse available? Thank God I missed it!

p

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Osborne is wrong on there, the key part of the economy which is sucking resources up at a rate - is not welfare.

The huge budget deficit funded by borrowing, on top of massive taxes are being sucked up by something else.

2005-2006 ---- 450bln government spending -http://tutor2u.net/newsmanager/templates/?a=1175&z=76

-----------------------------------------------

Welfare ------- 30%

Defence -------- 5%

Health Care --- 17%

Education -------13%

Transport --------4%

Debt interest ----5%

Public order and

safety ------------6%

------------------------------------------------- = 80% of spending

It is the millions of non jobs added to the economy under all the headings - Health Care which has grown hugely, Public Safety, Education, Welfare.

"Politically correct 'non-jobs' costing the taxpayer almost £600million have been advertised in the past year, it emerged last night.

The 15,700 posts were offered by local councils and quangos in the Guardian newspaper's controversial 'Jobzilla' Society section.

They paid an average salary of £38,000 – a fifth more than in the private sector. " http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/arti...in_page_id=1770

Yep - so thats 600mln in one year from 15,700 non jobs at 38k each. Plug in 10 years of this expansion, and thats 157,000 non jobs.. and you get 6 billion.

Of course its many millions who have been employed in unsackable public sector jobs, as well as all the quangos, soft touch jobs on the council which are the real monster sucking up nearly all the tax burden and also requiring Brown borrowing like mad to feed it (which are future taxes).

To extract money to feed the monster, from peoples increasingly fragile incomes shunted by massive immigration and low pay, we have the following scheme implemented by the next election. A version of south africas passbook scheme for the masses (The ID card scheme)

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A Black South African shows his passbook issued by the Government. Citiznes were required to carry passes that determined where they could live and work by the rule of the state at all times or face massive fines.

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The ID card every citizen will have to carry at all times by the rule of the state, to live and work or face massive fines.

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I seem to fear a Nu Labour Troll has crept out from under his stone.

Oh dear! Expect a whole load of overblown lies, fabrication, spin and nonsense when anyone dares to criticise his beloved snot gobbling Mc'Bean and attendant cronies.

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That was the ex-politcal Ed of The Sun, Kelvin Mackenzie (spelling?) - he told it like it was about SOCIALISTS as he termed the government wanting to raise taxes whilst the economy is crumbling using the fig leaf of binge drinking and the environment to raise taxes. Even more cuttingly he refuted the defence that the government was promising to spend more on combatting poverty with his taxes by asking if poverty means not having a Sky dish or the latest Adidas trainers.

In my minds eye the Director had his hand hovering over the test card button in a sense of growing panic that such things could be said ON THE BBC!!!

ANDY

Yea he also said that it was good that rich foreign non doms were moving to London because "They buy houses."

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Well! I never! The Tory George Osborne slags off Labour policies! Whatever next?

AND

Kelvin MacKenzie, of 'Freddie Star Ate My Hamster' fame - now there's a man to take economic advice from! FFS, he was some sort of 'editor' of the cretinous Sun! Disappeared off the face of the earth after his sacking. I thought he was dead. Never mind.

How desperate was Andrew Marr for intelligent guests this morning? Wasn't Mickey Mouse available? Thank God I missed it!

p

Agreed on this one Pat (for once!) Kelvin Mackenzie was an absolute joke! A complete PRAT! How anyone can take this sub Jon Gaunt seriously I'll never know.

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