Sunday, 8 March 2009

Labours Britain - The F**king Mess We're In!

Britain 'nation of form fillers watched by quarter of world's CCTV cameras'

Britain has become a bureacratic and authoritarian state watched over by a quarter of the world's CCTV cameras, a study of Labour's decade in power claims.

National debt is running at £175,000 per household, five times more than thought.
Each year the Government has passed 3,500 regulations, along with 100,000 pages of rules and explanation.

A new book 'The Rotten State of Britain' by Eammon Butler a director of think tank Adam Smith Institute claims to be the first "deeply researched factual account" of Tony Blair's and Gordon Brown's time in office.

"A new form of centralised government and authoritarian government has been created that is worse than ever in Britain's recent history."

Britain has a quarter of the world's CCTV cameras, the largest of any country and that taxes have risen by 51 per cent since 1997.
National debt is running at £4.6billion, or £175,000 per household, not £729billion (£29,000 per household) as the Government claims.
There are now 1,406 litter wardens and dog catchers who have been given powers to levy on the spot fines.

Iin just one year - 2006/7 - half of the 722,464 DNA samples collected by the police came from children, including a seven-month year old girl.

One in nine hospital patients picks up an infection during their stay on a ward, while the total cost of outstanding claims against the NHS is £9.2billion, Dr Butler claimed.

30,000 of the 200,000 people who die of cancer and strokes each year would survive "if they lived anywhere else in northern Europe".

The number of people receiving state benefits has risen from 17million people in 1997 to 21million people by 2007.

Six million families receive £16billion-worth of child credit. 

"Three-quarters of the poorest households would be better off splitting up. And when money is tight, that is exactly what happens."


Gordon, do us all a favour and fucking Die you C*nt! Infact, the whole of Labour can go to hell!

8 comments:

  1. Is no need of bad fucking language, Mrs Sue, thought this was gaff of culchur and polite how-you-do chat-chit, for gentlemen's, like Mr Oldnightie and resident ravin loony Mr Grumpywhatsit. Is shocked, come in here all ready with carpet slippers, pipe, zip up cardie and telegraph crossword, find all f'in and blindin like fuckin fishwife.

    Is good, mind, time for why-oh-why is long gone, now is time for good, old fashion Stanislavian Upagainstthewallmotherfuckerism.

    Anyway,

    Speaking of messes,

    "Spain's agony is already well advanced. Industrial output has fallen 24pc. Some 352,000 people have lost their jobs in two months. BBVA expects unemployment to reach 20pc next year, touching 4.5m. Premier Jose Luis Zapatero can do nothing as long as Spain remains in monetary union.
    He cannot devalue to claw back 30pc in lost labour competitiveness against EMU's German bloc, or take emergency steps to slow the property crash. In an odd lapse last week – perhaps a slip – he advised Spaniards that the best thing to do in these dark times was to ****."

    Weather nice is it?

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  2. Hi ex-apprentice, I must admit I just heard something that has made me doubly angry which I will probably send to the Home Office as soon as I get it, so am very peeved at the moment. I usually save the swearing for the Jacqui Blog....

    I know Spain is bad.. it probably won't be too bad down here in the south as people always seem to want to come on holiday, perhaps it's their way of de-stressing. The pubs and restaurants are still full and no one seems particularly depressed. Poor Zapatero has done his best but in the end the people will decide whether they still want him in or not. I don't vote here (I could), but I don't feel I have the right as it's not my country.

    Weather has been beautiful today, could have sunbathed on my terrace if I didn't have the lurgies..

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  3. I disagree with your comment about GB. You should have added painfully.

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  4. Ex Apprentice? Still an apprentice to Stanislav? Not in the same league. Butler's book, a collection of right wing blog missives of many years. The truth from a deep source. Brilliant.

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  5. P.S, if the action merits the language, why not?
    Fucking Brown turd burglar.

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  6. There is a sort of logic to all of this, it is Called, Frnakfurt Subversion, cultural Marxism, Critical Theory, note the Lib Lab Cons say nothing because they are part of it.
    The Deliberate Destruction of Great Britain

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  7. Oldrightie said...
    Ex Apprentice? Still an apprentice to Stanislav? Not in the same league.

    Never pretended to be so, sweetheart.

    Nor do I need a sense of humour transplant.

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  8. xoggoth. Painfully, would be too kind!

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