Monday, February 23, 2009

Even the BBC put the word ‘recovery’ in quote marks now

Brown launches 'recovery' website

This desperate man and his desperate government are scraping the barrel now. The new website http://www.realhelpnow.gov.uk/ is just another vehicle in his propaganda and justification campaign. I am seriously narked now. This country and it's politics is really going downhill faster than the house price index. I hope that he and the liar Blair Naff Off and leave the country as soon as we get the chance to vote them out. Dispicable, Desperate, Dirty and Down-right Dreadful. Even the BBC, Peston, the broadsheets, most media and newspapers think this man and his perty are a joke now! The Party's over Crash, just give up and go away!

Posted by shining wit @ 02:52 PM (1675 views)
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23 thoughts on “Even the BBC put the word ‘recovery’ in quote marks now

  • Eternal Sceptic says:

    For realhelpnow.gov. to have the slightest shred of credibility, it should have been around even before crash gordo came on the scene. The govmint actively encouraged the bubble and dismantled manyof the controls that might have restricted it’s expansion. To start wittering now about helping is beyond belief(but i guess that is a typical feature of nu labor). we are doomed!

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  • not sure if this has been posted before, but it seems like a could time and place for it anyway

    “he created a housing bubble and now the markets crashing”

    gordon is a moron – the song

    http://gordonisamoron.co.uk/

    anyone got a transcript?

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    Would you select high contrast colour film, or would you go with the classic simplicity of black and white?

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  • Fabio Capello on the front page outlining a bold plan to partner with that economic power house Italy.

    Have you every seen anything like this?

    Ever?

    I mean – this is extraordinary.

    You cannot write this.

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  • Fact: Our pension funds have lost £100 Billion since Gordon Browns sneaky raid in 1997

    Fact:According to the European central bank our Labour government wastes £99 Billion every year

    Fact: National Audit office estimates fraud and mistakes in the benefit system cost the taxpayer £2.6 Billion every year.

    Fact:The total tax burden has increased by 51% in real terms in the last ten years.

    Fact: Gordon Brown actively encouraged the Banks to take huge RISKS.

    “Last year we set out radical proposals for changing the way we regulate: minimising the administrative burdens of regulation; and ensuring that the realities of regulation, as you experience them on the ground, are transformed — by moving away from the ‘old’ blanket approach, of 100 per cent form-filling and 100 per cent inspection that is inefficient and wasteful of your time, to a new approach based on RISK…

    And I believe, too, we should consider how we can continue to extend our RISK-based approach, applying the concept of RISK not just to the enforcement of regulation, but also to the design and indeed to the DECISION ON WHETHER TO REGULATE AT ALL… ”

    Gordon Brown
    Speech to the CBI, 5 June 2006

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  • http://www.realhelpnow.gov.uk/credit-crunch-causes-why.php

    Look at the page above. The t!t completely and utterly fails to signal ANY and I do mean ANY government implications in the disaster that we see unfolding.

    The gaul of this (unelected) cretin is staggering to behold. He and his predessecor didn’t see it coming or they would have protected us more and they actualy used the credit bubble to make people feel better.

    Surely this is just party political propaganda – Can’t someone do something about this man?

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  • Wasn’t it Ronald Reagan’s quote about the nine most frightening words in the English language – “I’m from the government, and I’m here to help”. Perhaps the old gipper had a bit of sense after all.

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  • @shining wit – “He and his predessecor didn’t see it coming or they would have protected us more and they actualy used the credit bubble to make people feel better” – have to disagree with you on that one – like him or loathe him Tony Blair saw this coming and his timing in handing the keys to Gordon and not serving out his 3rd full term was (from his point of view) impeccable. Tony Blair’s departure was (IMO) the best indicator or barometer that things were about to go horribly wrong on a number of fronts !

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  • @titaniccaptain – people will no doubt get more sense from the link you posted – BTW the design reminds me of the Bryan Adams album waking up the neighbours.

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  • I have a recovery plan. GB should resign.

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  • The site opens with an image of a blackened fractured UK.

    Oh dear ….

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  • SW @6 ,
    I find it interesting that the term you use to describe Mr Brown has not been removed – unlike your earlier descriptive terms for some other people in the spotlight.

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  • titaniccaptain said…lol Jack C good point……youve got mail by the Jack C

    Monday, February 23, 2009 05:15PM

    Have now replied – sorry for the delay.

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  • Jack c and titaniccaptain…

    I don’t think many people saw the actual trigger of the collapse of the international lending markets the banks relied so much on. In my opinion everyone thought there would be some gradual falling away of these markets over a period on months/years. Very smart ( or so we thought) people would have prepared themselves better, including our shameful leaders.

    Gordon Brown was to busy looking in the mirror telling himself what a clever chap he was and that growth was the key to the new paradigm. Plenty of seriously rich and, up till now, very astute business people got soooo caught out when they went to bed on the 12th (or whenever it was) of August 2007 and woke up on the 13th and discovered the financial basis to their wealth/world had vanished overnight.

    I think the speed and the outcome of this mess, as with other disasters, points more to ineptitude, and in Crash Gordons case, arrogance and mis-guided self belief, than to conspiracy and ‘dark forces’.

    We may have all hated estate agents and other VIs but when John Hunt sold his 95% stake in Foxtons for £390 million in May 2007 to BC Partners, a private equity group, they certainly didn’t have a clue how much wet and slimy brown stuff was going to hit the fan.

    Don’t think for 1 single minute that that Tony (F-0ff) Bliar was calling the top of the credit/debt bubble and consequent housing market. Would anyone, in their right mind, who wanted to be Prime Minister, and ended up in the job, would’ve married an ugly and quite frankly hideous old hag like Cherie if he had one ounce of original thought or intelligence in (now catholic- the liar) soul/mind/ego/whatever.

    Oh yes. And would he have spent millions on property right up until early 2007 if he wasn’t as thick as Alistair Cambell in unstable?

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1541510/Tories-ask-how-Tony-Blair-can-afford-5th-home.html

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  • mdmick said…@ 16

    I think that’s because a UK wide consensus has been reached.

    If you rolled up all the scary bits about wilson/callaghan/milk snatcher/major then you get BRown.

    Deluded leftie/incompetent unelected PM/ right wing fantasist / accidental tourist – Everyones scared right now, except the chavs and underclass – They just see this mess as their one BIG time business oppurtunity

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  • Yawn, another example of nu labours obsession with publicity…….

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  • Would you select high contrast colour film, or would you go with the classic simplicity of black and white?

    hahahahahahahahahahahaha

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  • Eternal Sceptic says:

    Definitely go for black and white. The shot simply would not be worth the expense in colour.

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  • mark wadsworth says:

    High contrast colour film, definitely. You can always turn it into black and white later on. Silly question really.

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  • 9. jack c

    I am so glad this has not gone without notice for some.

    Tony moved on to work for a very well to do BANK.

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  • Granted Mark, Colour would show the real FLUSH of terror, but would you only get redeye from his one real eye ?

    It might look quite spooky and spoil your chances of publication.

    [Also, if he proved to be a good swimmer, how hard would it be to hold the camera, whilst holding his head under, with your other hand?]

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  • but no-one mentioned super high quality slomo – so we can watch the bugger go down slowly over a longer period?

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  • Seems like Brown is living in a fairytale world.
    Most people leave this stage when they hit late tween-age.
    JUST BECAUSE YOU WANT SOMETHING TO BE, DOESN’T MEAN IT’S GOING TO HAPPEN.

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