Monday, February 16, 2009

Lord Turner may have pressed the ejector button that could catapult Gordon Brown out of Number 10

What an Appalling Mess

A LENDING bonanza, a credit bubble, a house price boom and now a slump: who was watching the bigger picture that allowed this catastrophe to unfold? We now have an answer: no-one.

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7 thoughts on “Lord Turner may have pressed the ejector button that could catapult Gordon Brown out of Number 10

  • It is not just negligence it is culpability. GB enjoyed all the extra revenue just as much as the bankers enjoyed their bonuses.

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  • well we were watching it, telling all loud and clear at housepricecrash..

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  • Wasn’t it that Russian guy, Kruschev, who said:

    “Success has a thousand fathers, but failure is a b*stard”.

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  • Labour will soon realise that if they stick behind Brown then the entire party will probably become unelectable for at least a generation.
    If they allow Brown to carry the can, they may just save the future of the Labour party. However, I don’t think the ejection of Brown will be quite yet, maybe mid-summer.

    It’s clear though, that the fans are being primed, the vats of brown stuff loaded and targetted towards those fans and a platform between those fans and the brown stuff is being readied for Mr Brown.

    God, life is good! I’ve waited a long team to witness the demise of this rancid despot.

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  • Yes, but don’t be surprised if the fan is used to elevate him high up into the European Union.

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  • YAWN!

    How short memories are,……… Turner me old mate, look up Eddie Georges comments to the Treasury sub Committee following the first ten years of the MPC, then tell me again that nobody saw this coming.
    As for 2004 being the year when you noticed that the economy was past its tipping point, you were about a year late.
    I would go on but it would be pointless.

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  • Eternal Sceptic says:

    The csale of the oversight required to generate this mess is beyond belief. Therefore one must ask, was it deliberately engineered? If so by whom? and for what purpose? I once thought conspiracy theories to be drawn from the realms of the deluded, now I am less sure.
    If an elite wanted numerous serfs, what better way to go about it.
    However history demonstates that even serfs can be revolting at times.

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