Thursday, 21 April 2011

The EU spending money they don't have.

We've all been told time and time again by "The Powers That Be" that the credit crunch is our fault. We got credit cards and took out loans for goods and services hoping we would be able to pay them back.

The EU has done the same thing. Spent money it didn't have, now it expects us to pay it's debt.



FUCK OFF!

I know everyone else has posted this but unless we all make a fuss, they're just not going to get the message.

Conservative Home and "Tim, Tim, Nice but Dim" Montgomery. I have just one question really. What use is Conservative Home? The whole site is filled with whinging tories who time and time again make it pretty obvious that they are thoroughly pissed off.

What happens as a consequence. FUCK ALL! That's what. So if the Conservatives don't listen to their own members, what chance have the rest of us got?

8 comments:

  1. Where is my M16! Fuck! This utter fuckmong needs slotting.(Deep breath, Deep breath)

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  2. He's got the kind of face you'd never get tired of hitting as well, hasn't he?

    "We've all been told time and time again by "The Powers That Be" that the credit crunch is our fault. We got credit cards and took out loans for goods and services hoping we would be able to pay them back."

    They have a point. It's true - we did. Of course, artificially low interest rates might have had something to do with it. Now, who is it sets those again? Oh, yeah, the powers that be. I don't think they want us to think that far though.

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  3. Be fair AE, cheap credit was encouraged by politicians and the banks. Debt is growth don't ya know. Our dumbed down kiddies were brainwashed to believe this was the way to get on in life.

    Year 2000 - What's that Dad? Save up for things!! Man you are soooooo behind the times, loans, credit cards and free overdrafts are the way. You don't have to wait for anything. Latest gadgets, holidays, cars it's brilliant. I feel sorry for your generation Dad, you had to sell your soul to get a mortgage and save for like years to buy anything.

    Year 2010 - (After redundancy and re-possession) Dad, you were right, what a mess I am in. Thanks for clearing my overdraft, I will never have another. I don't know how we would survive if it wasn't for the help you give us every month.

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  4. I'm not disputing the fact that everyone borrowed like there was no tomorrow.

    My generation (now 50+) was not so keen though, we were used to saving and then buying when we had put enough in the piggy bank.

    I think the only debt we had was the mortgage and the occasional interest free credit on things like computers or TV's. Even then it was one thing at a time.

    What irks me is the fact that the EU is a shining example of "Do as we say, not as we do" mentality. If they want to be taken seriously, they have to practise what they preach!

    They should cut out the generous expense accounts, pro EU propaganda projects, banquets and parties. Ashton's diplomatic service is a clear waste of money!

    The money that is wasted on stupid projects, squandered or pilfered alone should cover all they owe.

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  5. And what they do have is ours.

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  6. Can anyone honestly see an answer other than revolution?

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  7. I have added this little cunt to my list, currently no.17 and am just waiting for the revolution to begin. An arrogant little shit of an official but a good recuiting sergeant for UKIP. Salv. Broxbourne branch UKIP. Just come across this site nice work.

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  8. I read today Downing St will not be flying the EU flag on Euro day,its thought Dave is behind this gesture of EU defiance ,anything else whilst he's at it,nope,f all from the gutless liar.

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