Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Mr Fillon showed no intention of rowing back from the political furore he triggered last week when he suggested France was

French public finances 'critical'

French public finances 'critical' France's public finances have reached a "critical" state and are unsustainable, François Fillon, the prime minister, said on Monday as the government took measures to plug a yawning gap in its welfare budget.

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3 thoughts on “Mr Fillon showed no intention of rowing back from the political furore he triggered last week when he suggested France was

  • You mean the French have politicians worse than John Prescott?

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  • dohousescrashinthewoods says:

    They clearly haven’t learnt the new paradigm from the US as we have – print money, inflate like hell and fiddle the CPI.

    Works a treat. You have to suppress M3 data and make sure no one is intelligent enough to understand “public sector net borrowing”. Oh, and generally keep everyone panicking about anything in particular, stressed, working long hours, and ensure the financial sector herds them to within one pay-cheque from starvation and financial disaster so they haven’t the time, the mind, the guts or the energy to walk away from the telly and get feisty.

    Any that do, you roundly dismiss as doom-mongers, religious extremists and general nutters. You can always detain them for 90 days if needs be and if they don’t play nicely, lock them up under the mental health act on the grounds that they would be mad to jeopardise financial stability.

    Welcome to the free world!

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  • maybe the EU should offer subs to them, after all farmers and banks have been getting it..lol

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