Monday, October 27, 2008

In an interview you wouldn’t give him a job in a council never mind PM

Brown to defend higher borrowing

They described a focus on public works projects and higher spending as "misguided and discredited". The latest quarterly public debt figures hit a record £37.6 billion - higher than the whole of the previous year. Following the zimbabwe model of economic managment.

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6 thoughts on “In an interview you wouldn’t give him a job in a council never mind PM

  • wealth extraction

    PROBLEM, REACTION, SOLUTION

    Ike was right then?

    here’s the c

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  • Serena Rothschild, Nat Rothschild’s mother, was one of the largest individual donors to the Conservative Party last year. She gave £190,000. She has also helped fund Mr Osborne’s office.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/the-rothschilds-and-their-200-years-of-political-influence-969772.html

    Since her marriage, de Rothschild, 48, has been based in London. Her 71-year-old husband is head of the merchant bank NM Rothschild and his family has a fortune of £500m. (It’s probably far more than £500m, the Rothschilds like to play down their wealth and so minimise the extent of their political power. Ed)

    Recently she hosted a party for her friend Hillary Clinton. She has also become close to Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. Peter Mandelson is said to be “smitten”. Many Labour stalwarts are likely to be worried at the prospect of the party consorting with grandees such as the de Rothschilds.

    But with Labour short of funds to fight the next election — membership and donations from unions are both down — de Rothschild’s intervention could be crucial.

    “Whatever Labour wants, I would be happy to help in any way I can,” she says in an interview in today’s Sunday Times News Review.

    “Fundraise? I would. I think a lot of this government.”
    sunday times

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  • Since every single country is deeply affected by the economic crisis, why dont we unilaterally cancel all our debts ( including CDOS and CDS) and start all over again!

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  • BBC News: Brown is a knob

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  • paranoia blue says:

    I wouldn’t even suggest – job seeker’s allowance!!!
    Man, I’m so hacked off!! Champagne socialists are going to destroy us all!

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  • 3. Fjcruiser said…
    Since every single country is deeply affected by the economic crisis, why dont we unilaterally cancel all our debts ( including CDOS and CDS) and start all over again!

    Monday, October 27, 2008 11:57AM

    Fjcruiser – “They need a “world government” to ensure that no nation creates its own interest free money

    or defaults on the loans the bankers created out of nothing.

    The “means” of course is unlimited money funnelled through their network of cartels, which allows them to own the government, mass media, education etc. Anyone who succeeds in public life is their puppet or unconsciously serves their agenda.” Henry Makow.

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