Tuesday, January 5, 2010

As first comment says”myth is spelt wrong it should be LIE”

LABOUR'S GREEN JOBS ‘ARE MYTH’

The Engineering Employers Federation said over 90 per cent of the £2billion earmarked for the world’s biggest wind farm – the London Array, off Kent – is being spent overseas. One investor, German power company E.ON, said only £180million is being spent here because there are no suitable suppliers

Posted by waitingtobuy @ 03:07 PM (1057 views)
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8 thoughts on “As first comment says”myth is spelt wrong it should be LIE”

  • waitingtobuy says:

    I cant believe it,only day 2 after hols,started with Lewis,s “record” sales,increase in optimism,ramping etc–then came Icesave,Greece,Pimco

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  • So much for our government investing in the UK and the future of it’s young people and greenn engineering, sorts of goes against us being a world leading ‘green economy’ or whatever the one eyed git was spouting about last week.

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  • You know when the Brown one is lying because his lips move.

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  • tyrellcorporation says:

    GB’s arriving in Exeter this week to use his clunking fist with Ben Bradshaw’s local campaign, I was debating whether placards are sufficient or whether I should dust off my RPG!

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  • So not the most popular premier then. The trouble with this country, irrespective of who is in power, is its unwillingness to invest in infrastructure or those industries that can generate high tech jobs. So, for example all this wind farm stuff must be done via ‘normal’ industries, because we don’t want to be seen putting tax payers money into risky gambles. Alternatively the German and Danish governments, to name two, have been doing this for years, and are now reaping the rewards.

    Yes some ventures will prove not to be profitable, and some will be. Often you cannot second guess this, but as the saying goes you’ve got to be in it to win it. Another area that could generate rich rewards is manned spaceflight. We won’t spend because it is just such a waste of money. Yet all this financial navel gazing fails to notice that if you can enthuse your youth, in 15-20 years you may have world class employees with the skills, experience and drive to help us compete in other, perhaps unrelated, high tech industries.

    But because it involves spending taxpayer’s money, and because there are, how can I put this, idiotic short sighted greedy newspapers such as the disgusting Mail and evil Express that like to stir up the poo, just so they can sell more papers it winds up the sheeple, and thus frightens the policy makers. The newspapers are not the only issue, but they are a prominent one.

    So the bottom line, if you think that our government isn’t doing the right thing for the country (20 years from now) is to tell those that are only interested in their own short term gain now to stick their collective heads in a bucket of vomit and go away. Always thinking about now, now, now is what has made this country what it is today — sh!t. We shouldn’t be thinking quarter to quarter. Countries are not like households (no matter what those on the right may want you to believe). You can invest for the long term, and budget over many many more years than a homeower. After all we have just recently finished paying off a debt for the last war that came to our shores.

    It’s time for this country to grow up, stand up straight and *tell* the sheeple what they should do. (Not ask focus groups if doing this will be ok…)

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  • watching with amusement says:

    dude… I think you should rename yourself to “the Dude”. Spot on.

    The other point I was going to mention, is this rant against money going abroad (I have to confess I haven’t read the article in any depth, but when it’s from the Express there aren’t too many gaps to fill in. And I wouldn’t like to encourage them by improving the number of hits their pages get). This money will be in pounds. Hence, whoever receives the money will have pounds to spend, which will, eventually, have to be spent back in Britain! It certainly just doesn’t disappear! (indeed, if you are more anti public sector, government meddling then this is good – Jonny Foreigner is likely to spend the money in a private highly efficient company than the British government…)

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  • watching with amusement says:

    Bugger. Didn’t close the second italic correctly. Have added a close in now. Although if I hadn’t pointed it out, I doubt anyone would’ve noticed…

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  • @5
    agreed – but why is that? Overblown financial sector methinks, running rings around the government, which deprives the productive economy of resources in favour of asset speculation, hence house price bubble. Even the Bank of England is a private corporation (again) now, under changes introduced by er, Labour. As in much of the rest of the world incidentally, including the Fed and Bank of Japan. We are ruled by theives.

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