Labour lose the plot

A comment from Andy S in a Disqus thread. I haven’t come across Andy before but have heard similar things to those he complains of from Labour supporters for many years.

I think the best was about a month after the 2010 election when the lefties were in full witch hunt mode against the coalition and I blogged that we had to give them a chance.

“A chance? Look how they’ve screwed up the economy,” raved one left wing commenter. The real tragedy was that the pillock wasn’t joking. Anyway over to Andy S.

The ignorance and gullibility of the Labour Party faithful is astounding to behold. If they are anything like the two Labour canvassers I encountered on Saturday outside my local shop they’d believe anything Ed told them. Among the howlers these two socialist idiots were convinced were true were:-

Andrew Lansley covered up the deaths at Stafford and other hospitals (not Andy Burnham). Also thought that the only unnecessary deaths were at one hospital.
The 50p tax rate on higher earners was introduced in 1997!
Maggie Thatcher sent in hundreds of troops against the miners at Orgreave.
Churchill sent in troops to shoot and kill striking Welsh miners in the 1920s.
Only Tory MPs were gaoled for expenses fiddling.
The 4 million+ immigrants Labour allowed to flood into the country was because we had a skills shortage.
Convinced Maggie Thatcher closed down all the pits (despite me pointing out that the N.U.M.’s own website shows that Labour closed down more pits that the Tories ever did.

I could go on but these two middle aged idiots, who should have known better, wouldn’t accept the truth of what Labour did in power, even though I told them where to research the facts. While we have people like these two I despair for the future of this country.

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Corporate Capitalism has replaced democracy

Todays election talking point (Image source)

A few of you may have noticed we are to elect a new government in less than a month. Election fever in the media is building to a climax as politicians of all parties and political pundits of all shades of self interest spout endless empty rhetoric about British values and democratic principles and who is best placed to save the NHS.

So far all of this has failed to inflame passions in the national psyche, the three main parties, Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat are utterly discredited and have totally lost the trust of the voters. Supporters of each are clutching as straws from the straw polls to try and claim their party is surging forward while support to the others is crumbling.

It is not so, more important than what the published data from polls tells us is what they don’t tell us, i.e. how they allocate the votes of people who have not made up their minds, say they do not intend to vote or simply decline to answer the questions.

To further complicate matters there is the question of upstart parties such as UKIP, SNP and the Greens, in previous elections just bit part players but now looking set to play a significant role.

The nature of our ‘first past the post’ voting system, which has ensured many people – myself among them – have never had the prospect of somebody we actually supported being elected as our Member of Parliament, also means that the only parties with a realistic chance of winning enough seats to enable them to form a government without minority party support are Labour and The Conservatives. As in the outgoing parliament, the party most likely to achieve third place, the Liberal Democrats, might hold the balance of power in a hung parliament.

In the campaign so far, leaders of the three main parties have hogged television and newspaper coverage and embraced a cosy consensus based on the need to continue with ‘austerity’, open the borders to more immigrants, give high priority to all issues related to gay and ethnic minority rights and support all military interventions in poor nations launched by the USA. They quibble over the nature or speed of cuts to the public sector and public services but none can suggest how the government deficit might be brought under control without far deeper cuts that any will talk about, or corresponding tax hikes which is another topic that is off limits.

All three main parties are pro-big business, support Britain’s further integration into an increasingly federalised European Union and are aligned with the neoliberal economic agenda set by the financial cartel based in the City of London and on Wall Street and by the major transnational corporations. Thus all are committed to signing the iniquitous “Free Trade” agreement being pushed by the corporate puppet Barack Hussein Obama and his corrupt administration in Washington, the Trans – Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (TTIP), which will free global corporations from the tiresome obligation to obey national law on trading standards, consumer protection or workers rights.

Think Tanks like Chatham House, Centre for Policy Studies, Foreign Policy Centre, Reform, Institute of Economic Affairs and the International Institute for Strategic Studies, which are really slush funds for academics and failed politicians and which most British voters have never heard of) determined long ago the pro-corporate and generally pro-Washington policies that the main parties will sell to the public.

Bullying tactics in the world of party politics, powerful lobbying groups funded by corporate money and the revolving door between private corporations and the public sector (government departments and QUANGOS) have also helped shape the pro – corporate, pro – globalist agenda.

In 2012 veteral Labour MP Austin Mitchell, who is not seeking re – election, described the UK’s four biggest accountancy firms as being “more powerful than government.”

Mr. Mitchell said the companies’ financial success allows them privileged access to government policy makers. Of course the case for similar ‘privileged access’ could also be made about many other sectors, not least the arms industry and global agritech companies which armed with their poisons, unsustainable model of industrial agriculture and fraudulent claims for their products have been working hand in glove with government to force GMO’s into the UK despite most people holding the view that potatoes will not benefit from having the gene that makes them die when exposed to highly toxic to humans herbicide sprayed on them.

The power and influence of think tanks, lobbying firms and cronyism means the major parties provide the illusion of choice and democracy, but in reality offers the public via propaganda spread by the toothless and supine corporate media the choice of being governed by A, A or A. The knockabout, name calling, schoolyard squabble level debate of party politics serves as entertainment for a public that is increasingly disillusioned with politics, but does not effectively mask the reality that whoever wins the election, for the next five years the same people will be running the country as have run it for the past five, and the five before that.

The main parties have all accepted economic neoliberalism and the financialisation of the British economy and all that it has entailed: weak or non-existent trade unions, shinking manufacturing base, an ideological assault on the public sector, the offshoring of jobs, deregulation, privatisation of essential industries (and worse, the removal of laws that prevented foreign interests owning certain essential industries, and an economy dominated by financial services.

In Britain, long gone are the relatively well-paid manufacturing jobs that helped build and sustain the economy. In its place, the country has witnessed the imposition of a low taxation regime, low-paid and insecure ‘service sector’ jobs (no-contract work, zero hours contracts, macjobs, call centre jobs – much of which soon went abroad), a real estate bubble, credit card debt and student debt, which all helped create the illusion of a functional economy in order to maintain demand during the debt – led boom years under Labour Prime Ministers Blair and Brown.

Levels of public debt spiraled, personal debt became unsustainable and the deregulated financial sector demanded the public must write down its own gambling debts.

The economy now relies on a banking and finance-sector cartel that specialises in rigging markets, debt creation, money laundering and offshoring profits in various tax havens. The banking industry applies huge pressure on governments and has significant influence over policies to ensure things remain this way.

The economy, and the need to solve its problems will be glibly discussed throughout the campaign but there will be few words spoken about why or how the top one percent in the UK increased their wealth substantially in 2008, while the economic crisis was wiping out savings, destroying pension funds and sending unemployment figures rocketing. Even less will be said about why levels of inequality, under both the Conservative and Labour governments before 2010 and the Conservative / Liberal Democrat coalition have sky rocketed over the past three decades.

Above are some of the reasons why my vote will be going to the upstart Libertarian party UKIP (for the benefit of University Brainwashed politics and social science graduates, Libertarian does not mean “Extreme right wing” is actually means “opposed to the authoritarianism offered by Labour and Conservatives,) the only party that offers a way to smash the political metastasis the two parties of government have led us into.

UKIP are also the only party that can save the NHS because they are the only party that understands the NHS is in crisis because of a bloated and incompetent management structure. SO BLEAH, you hand wringing, wailing, teeth gnashing left wing idiots.

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We can’t prove sex with children does them harm’ says Labour-linked NCCL

The paedophile scandal that has exposed the corruption and culture of close ranks and cover up that runs through the British establishment, encompassing political, media and showbusiness figures as well as law officers, civil servants local government, just keeps unfolding.

We reported on Boggart Blog today the depth of the cover up by the BBC of Jimmy Savile’s sex abuse crimes. In another branch of the scandal, evidence has emerged that the views of the Paedophile Information Exchange influenced policy-making at the National Council for Civil Liberties (NCCL) when it was run by former Labour Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt, The Daily Express reports.

PIE members were lobbying NCCL (now known as Liberty after sheer embarrassment prompted a namechange) officials for the age of consent to be reduced (to the age of FOUR some PIE members requested) and campaigning for “equal rights for paedophiles” .

Their view that children were not harmed by having sex with adults appears to have been adopted by those at the top of the civil liberties group, many of whom are now senior figures in the Labour Party or in human rights groups.

Today The Express published extracts from an NCCL report written for the Criminal Law Revision Committee in 1976 when Patricia Hewitt was the charity’s general secretary.

It states: “Childhood sexual experiences, willingly engaged in, with an adult result in no identifiable damage.

“The Criminal Law Commission should be prepared to accept the evidence from follow-up research on child ‘victims’ which show there is little subsequent effect after a child has been ‘molested’.

“The real need is a change in the attitude which assumes that all cases of paedophilia result in lasting damage.

“The present legal penalties are too high and reinforce the misinformation and prejudice. The duty of the court should be to inquire into all the relevant circumstances with the intention, not of meting out severe punishment, but of determining the best solution in the interests of both child and paedophile.”

Mrs Hewitt, 65, was general secretary between 1974 and 1983. After days of intense pressure, the former Labour MP for Leicester West finally admitted last week the NCCL was “naive and wrong” over its ties to PIE.

Read full report at The Daily Express reports.

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Private health firms pocket £18 million a day – that’s £6 billion in the last year – from the NHS budget.

In internet comment threads and on Facebook and other social networks we see a lot of screeching from lefties who want to convince you that if the conservatives are re – elected they will privatize the NHS and if UKIP were to be elected (which is not likely to happen this time or even next time, they would abolish the NHS and make us rely on the local hedge witch for our health care.

Neither is true of course, Nigel Farage DID NOT say UKIP would introduce a two tier system like America’s, he said that without reforms to cut out bureaucratic waste and make services more efficient we might have to look at such a system. So let Little Nicky remind you here that it is the NHS Management, the Public Service Unions and The Labour Party that is resistant to reforms, it is the current management regime and the public service unions that have derailed every attempt to modernise the administration systems and it is the managers and senior medical staff who have been bribed‘incentivized’ by Big Pharma executives to prescribe costly and ineffective medicines where cheaper and more beneficial drugs are available.

And of course it is a bit late to be scaremongering about the evil Conservatives or loony UKIPpers privatising the NHS when it was privatized years ago by New Labour under ?Blair and Brown.

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Private health firms pocketed £18 million a day – that’s £6 billion in the last year – from the NHS budget

Private health companies are pocketing a record £18 million each day from the NHS budget as more and more health contracts are passed over to the private sector.

New figures from the Department of Health show that last year £6.6 billion was taken from the NHS coffers to pay private health providers – a 50 per cent rise from before the coalition took power.

Critics of the coalition Government’s health reforms say this trend of allowing private companies to cream off NHS cash is set to increase.

Campaigners are also concerned that independent providers could be putting patients at risk as they strive to safeguard profits, which is cash sucked out of the NHS system.

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The Party Of Working People

Remember this? Wanna go back there? The Tories aren’t working either. You know what to do.

The voters of Rochester and Strood gave the out of touch, elitist political establishment a well deserved kick up the arse this week and in doing so kicked of a right kerfuffle among the leaders of the two main parties. Oh and I ought to mention they relagated the Lib Dems to a minor party, behind the Greens but still neck and neck with the Official Monster Raving Loony party.

Cammers tried to claim the UKIP victory was not as bad as it seemed. That’s true, it was worse. Not only did the Conservatives have a 10,000 majority at the last general election in 2010, UKIP did not even field a candidate.

Ed Miliband’s reaction was even worse, in an attempt at damage limitation following the disastrous tweet by former Shadow Attorney General Emily Thornberry who suggested all Rochester voters are ignorant, arse-crack-showing chavs who drape themselves in St. George’s Flag while driving white vans, Ed sacked the offending front bench elitist and tried to claim Labour were still the party of working people.

Its sort of true though, Labour has become the party of people working as lawyers, academics, university lecturers, media luvvies, social workers, fashion designers, all manner of tax eaters and all the other useless fuckers.

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What’s the betting Simon Danczuk, the MP for Rochdale will be the first Labour MP to defect to UKIP. Other names in the frame are former minister Frank Field and veteran back – bencher Austin Mitchell (80) who is standing down in 2015 anyway. all feel Labour has lost touch with the working classes who form its core vote and is now a party of and for metropolitan elitists.

Mr. Danczuk has been at the forefront of the campaign to deliver justice for children and young people who were victins of abuse. He began by opening up the case of Rochdale’s former MP, Cyril Smith, who is now dead but whose penchant for spanking naked little boys was covered up by the establishment when he was a Labour councillor and later Mayor of Rochdale and by the parlimentary whitewash machine when he was a Liberal Member of Parliament.
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The Left’s Rhetorical Technique Explained

In the first of what might become a long if irregular series of posts with the collective title, “Left Wing Authoritarianism for beginners,” your friend and mentor Little Nicky Nicky Machiavelli will expose the origins of the socialist left’s propaganda technique and its apparent dependence on slogans, dogma and mantras.

But first let’s play a little game, stop me when you think you know where this originates from, the Obama Administration Public Relations Office, the Labour Party Manifesto, Saul Alinsky’s ‘Rules For Radicals’ or the writings of Karl Marx:

The receptivity of the great masses is very limited, their intelligence is small, but their power of forgetting is enormous. In consequence of these facts, all effective propaganda must be limited to a very few points and must harp on these in slogans until the last member of the public understands what you want him to understand by your slogan. As soon as you sacrifice this slogan and try to be many-sided, the effect will piddle away, for the crowd can neither digest nor retain the material offered. In this way the result is weakened and in the end entirely cancelled out.

Well if you said “None of the above” you’d be right. The left’s substitution of slogans for reasoned argument was recommended by none other than Adolf Hitler in his 1926 side splitter “Mein Kampf”; Chapter 6, “War Propaganda” (h/t George Chen).

Does that explain why they want to reduce every debate to ‘good guys versus bad guys’ and never ever discuss the issues.

Labour Lose Wrexham After Allegations Of A Cover-Up

Let’s be absolutely clear from the start, this is nothing to do with the cover ups of child abuse in Rotherham, Rochdale, Oxford, Bradfrd and around the country. It is just another example of the culture of cover up that exists throughout the public sector.

That Labour is the party involved is pure coincidence. Serves ’em right though for gloating about the Tories getting their arse kicked by UKIP.

from Breitbart London:

Labour have lost control of Wrexham Council in Wales after ten of their own councillors, including the leader of the group, walked out of the party amidst allegations of a child abuse style cover-up of poor management. They previously led the council as the largest part of a “rainbow coalition” including councillors from other groups.

Before the walk-out there were 23 Labour Councillors, meaning the opponents of the leader Cllr Neil Rogers were in a majority. This would have enabled them to force him out as leader by a resolution of the group.

The dispute is believed to have started when the Labour party became unhappy about plans to cut spending in the borough. Things got decidedly worse when Cllr Rogers fired a fellow Labour member Cllr Malcolm King from the council’s governing Executive Board.

The two men have spent most of today mudslinging at each other with Rogers claiming King was sacked for incompetence. King claimed that there had been a cover-up of concerns about how the council is being run, comparing the actions of Rogers to those who hid child abuse.

By resigning from Labour, Rogers can continue as leader of the Council – whatever King thinks of him – as long as he can hold together his coalition. Breitbart London spoke to veteran former executive committee member Cllr Bob Dutton who confirmed that Cllr Rogers was likely to stay on as leader.

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Now what was the word that time travelling bloke invented? Omnishambles?

Sex Gangs Operating In The Child Care System – Why Didn’t People Come Forward.

The predicable response from many politicians since the Rotherham Child Care sex scandal blew up in the faces of the smug, self serving establishment has been to feign surprise and say, “But why didn’t people come forward sooner?”

The fact is that as we saw in the Jimmy Savile scandal, people were coming forward, people were voicing suspicions and they were insulted, ridiculed and humiliated.

When The Guardian’s feminist columnist Julie Bindel wrote about the exploitation of vulnerable young girls unfortunate enough to find themselves the the child – care system, not just in Rotherham but in big towns all around the nation (because this is not a one off problem) she was subjected to something resembling a medieval witch hunt by the Politically Correct screechers.

When former Labour MP Anne Cryer raised the issue of exploitation in her west Yorkshire constituency she was silenced by party officials on the grounds that the problem was ‘racially sensitive’.

Another Labour MP, Jack Straw, spoke publicly about a problem existing in his Blackburn constituence. Straw who served in Tony Blair’s cabinet as both Home Secretary and Foreign Secretary was a bit too senior for the witch hunt treatment, as was David Blunkett, former Labour Education Secretary when he spoke of law and order problems relating to immigrant communities. It may just be coincidence that both these senior Labour figures have decided to stand down from parliament at the next election.

There is a lot more to come on this issue, it is likely to run all the way to the General Election next year and will very likely impact Conservative as well as Labour run towns and cities.

Keep following Little Nicky Machiavelli, Boggart Blog and The Daily Stirrer for the latest news, including all the stuff our leaders and the left wing luvvies in mainstream media don’t want you to know about.

There are of course ongoing investigations into grooming rings in Rochdale and Bradford. Rochdale MP Stephen Danczuk, having already blown open the Cyril Smith scandal has said this latest outrage will dwarf stories of Smith’s wrongdoing. Danczuk is becoming something of a crusader on sex crimes and the culture of cover up in public life as can be seen in this Daily Telegraph story

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Simon Danczuk Becomes A National Hero

Got to admit it, Simon Danczuk, Labour MP for Rochdale is becoming something of a national hero for his dogged pursuit of those involved in covering up allegations of sex crimes in the establishment. Kudos too to The Daily Mirror and Sunday People, The Daily Mail and The Independent for reporting as fully as the law allows, details of the allegations as they emerge.

Danczuk wrote in today’s Daily Express:

” Not only is it a highly emotive subject that generates strong public feeling, it is also incredibly costly to society. It destroys lives, ruins potential and leaves a trail of misery.

In recent years, thankfully, this crime has been dragged out of the shadows and public attitudes show it to be a growing national priority.

Protective agencies are having to change their approach to reflect public concern. The police are witnessing a significant cultural shift in how they deal with child abuse and so too are local authorities. Similarly, the media is eager to report and raise awareness of what is arguably the worst crime imaginable.

However, there is one institution that has stubbornly resisted these changes and seems determined to keep this crime hidden in the shadows. It has provided inadequate leadership on the issue and has shown a complete lack of appetite in tackling abusers in their own ranks.

I refer to the British Parliament. Last week I told a select committee hearing that politics was the last refuge of child abuse deniers. This raised a few eyebrows at the time but everywhere you look politicians are showing my analysis to be true.

PM David Cameron has been happy to sound off about the legal case of Andy Coulson, thereby incurring the wrath of the judge in the hacking trial, when it comes to his own former policy adviser Patrick Rock, now facing serious charges of possessing child p

Allegations of child-abusing MPs have long swirled around Westminster and politicians have done nothing to address this. Cyril Smith’s abuse of boys was known for years but his party the Lib Dems cheered him to his grave.

Similarly stories of child abuse were frequently told about Margaret Thatcher’s aide Sir Peter Morrison. It was only after he died that fellow Tories, including Edwina Currie, outed him as a paedophile.

If there is one issue that is guaranteed to make some politicians lost for words, turn the other way or feign complete indifference it is child abuse.

The message from political parties is “move along, nothing to see here”. The silence is deafening.”

Read full article in The Daily Express

In another article Danczuk claimed he was pressured not to “out” Parliamentarians as suspected paedophiles last week, it was claimed, and was warned that naming one particular former MP could kill him.

Last week The Daily Mirror carried a story about former Labour MP Greville Janner, now a frail 85 year old, whose name repeatedly occurred in allegations of a Westminster Paedophile sex ring. Jenner was interviewed by police but was certified unfit to face forman questioning under caution because of dementia. Feasible seeing as the guy is 85 but why wasn’t he questioned twenty years ago?

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Tony Benn: Almost The Last Of His Species

Isn’t it strange how Tony Benn, demonized by the right wing papers in earlier years was by the end of his life liked and admired by almost everyone. This was despite Benn’s views not shifting an inch towards the mealy mouthed, pusillanimous poltrooonery of the senseless LabLibCon-sensus politics that rule the roost today.

What distinguished Benn, the last of the old style left wing intellectual dinosaurs was that he remained true to his principles, unlike the modern Neo – Nazi totalitarian global government left who would have us join hands and sing Kumbaya while the Rothschild dynasty and their hirelings in New York, London and Basle steal our world from us, Benn had no time for Kumbayaism and the hippyish monoculture the elite want to usher in, or for the Federal European Superstate ambitions of the unelected bureaucrats who lead the EU. He believed the European Union was anti democratic and an enemy of socialism and anybody “with eyes to see and ears to hear” must know by now he was right.

Tony Benn, née Anthony Wedgewood Benn was born into a wealthy publishing family which, one might think, would make him a natural for the elitist New Labour but in fact he hated what Blair and Mandelson did to the party. For Benn, socialism was not about theory, political science, globalism or any of that “progressive” crap which is really just a mask for the corporatism of Benito Mussolini, (which with equal accuracy we might call managerialism) it was about people.

Tony Benn might have scorned the profit motive of capitalism, or the globalising ambitions of the political and academic elites, but he understood the need of a modern society for work. And so exporting the work of millions of British and European people to low Labour cost economies, a Thatcherite policy pursued by New Labour to the delight of their billionaire buddies, was to Benn one of the greatest sins of modern corporatism.

But Tony Benn was the last of his breed, there is only one Labour rebel left now, Dennis Skinner not a left wing intellectual but the other species that struck fear into the hearts of smooth faced bureaucrats, a fire breathing working class trade unionist. Unfortunately Dennis is over 80 and while he delights in winding up the government, he is not the force he was. When Skinner is gone who will be left to defend Britain against the globalists.

Perhaps it’s time to boot out the old, failed, corrupt, self serving political establishment and start again.

The Latest ‘Green’ Levy Is A Stealth Poll Tax

The government’s latest ‘Green Levy’ is a stealth tax on families and will increase domestic fuel bills by 8%. The ‘carbon price floor’ which comes into effect today will drive tens of thousands of families into fuel poverty, experts warn.

This new ‘green energy’ surcharge on commercial and domestic energy consumers (everybody) is designed to ensure suppliers use less gas, coal and oil – but has been described as a ‘stealth poll tax’ on individuals and businesses.

In fact it is to ensure the thieving scum who jumped on the green energy bandwagon when Labour were handing out subsidies for wind turbines and solar panels for not generating electricity will be stealing more of your money for providing no electricity in future.

Analysts say the levy on the production of electricity from fossil fuels will account for an 8 per cent rise on household bills in just two years.’ The Coalition are not prepared to be honest and denounce this crooked scheme cooked up by their predecessors because they too get donations from the fascist corporations who benefit from this legalised theft.

The Carbon Price Floor is of course an EU promotion. We must leave the EU.

Vote UKIP – or anybody except Conservative, Labour or Lib Dem.

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Shock, Horror! Lib Dem Ministers In Coalition Are Thinking For Themselves

It’s rather revealing to see the press united in condemnation of Vince Cable’s confession that he had gone to war with Rupert Moloch Murdoch’s media empire over News International’s attempts to make Sky ( BskyB ) a wholly owned subsidiary.

Not so long ago the media were uniting against Murdoch family empire building plans.

Let’s not forget Murdoch already owns a sizeable chunk of UK print media and has a controlling interest in satellite broadcasting. It was only thanks to Vince Cable earlier this year that News International were blocked from gaining a controlling interest in ITV which under a Labour government led by Murdoch’s best buddy (until he ceased to be useful to The Dirty Digger) Tony Blair.

So the question is do we want to be governed by a coalition of elected MPs or by the most facistic and self interested of corporations headed by a leading member of The Bilderberg Group.

Before the terminally gullible among you reach for the hate keys to tell me there are no such things as conspiracies and the Bilderberg group are not shape shifting lizard men read this.

Elsewhere there are more reports obtained by under cover reporters secretly recording “off the record” conversations revealing that unlike the unthinking automatons who make up most of the Conservative and Labour parliamentary parties, the Lib Dems are actually having heated debates about what needs to be done.

The press are more agitated about the idea of independent minds in government than they are about the failure of public service providers to keep the country moving throughout the cold weather.Obviously the meeja lefties of Fleet Street and Broadcasting House still don’t understand what coalition government means.

Either that or they yearn for a return to the days of New Labour with it’s loonytoons economics and the authoritarianism of the politically correct thought police, the people who made gay rights issues more of a priority than sorting out unemployment, the NHS or the fubar schools system

So far the coalition have given us a mixed bag of results. We would have to grade them fair to middling with a lot of room for improvement. And the Europhilia and enthusiasm for greater integration being displayed is a big worry. But they have made a few steps in the right direction on rolling back the nanny state’s invasion of our wheelie bins, living rooms, kitchens and beds.

Liberal Democrats Bourgeois Angst

The Liberal Democrats and their leaders Nick Clegg have been getting a lot of flak over the issue of university tuition fees this past week. It has even been leaked that the party planned to drop their pledges on tuition fees before the election.

The Guardian reported:

The Liberal Democrats were drawing up plans to abandon Nick Clegg’s flagship policy to scrap university tuition fees two months before the general election, secret party documents reveal.

As the Lib Dem leader faces a growing revolt after this week’s violent protest against fee rises, internal documents show the party was drawing up proposals for coalition negotiations which contrasted sharply with …
Lib Dems Planned To Drop Tuition Fees Pledge

The amount of rage being hurled at Nick Clegg and other Liberal Democrat ministers in the coalition government by labour-lefie-loonies and by their own party members is as amusing as it is irrational. The first thing we should note is that none of us at The Daily Stirrer (and we’ve all been round the block a few times) can recall Labour members ever being so vitriolic towards their own party in government when the wishful thinking of campaign promises has to give way to the harsh realities of government.

The left has a long tradition of hypocrisy of course, look how they rant and rave about abolishing private education and yet how many among the Labour elite send their children to private schools or, every bit as bad, to faith schools in expensive suburbs where the catchment area ensures a large majority of pupils will be from affluent middle class homes, the offspring of professional couples.

The angst of Liberal Democrats, while amusing to behold is worrying for people who wish the coalition government well and are hoping they survive long enough to really stop the tide of politically correct lunacy set in spate during thirteen years of Labour’s authoritarian rule. After ninety years of only dreaming of power, the Lib Dems, finally having put a fingertip on the levers of government are finding responsibility not to their taste.

When I was an active member of the Liberal Party one of the greatest frustrations for those of us who believed a common sense, non ideological approach to the everyday problems facing voters could really help achieve “the greatest good of the greatest number” was that faction of the party we referred to as the raffia mafia. These sandal wearing, tree hugging, lentil munching wierdies were far more concerned with being seen to be “nice” and “caring” than with facing up to reality, deciding what needed to be done and setting about doing it. Their utopian dreams marginalised the whole party.

It seems too many Lib Dems are still living in that bubble of unreality, too eager to show how much they care about education and the plight of poor students to face up to the reality that Labour’s rapid expansion of the higher education system was too great a burden for the education budget to bear. The aim was to have 50% of school leavers going to University. This is a totally unrealistic target. The country does not need and cannot find suitable jobs for so many graduates.

We have to get a sense of reality about this. Yes, the state should fund University tuition and provide support for students whose parents cannot subsidise them through three years of higher education. Having said that we must set a limit on the numbers we support through higher education so that the financial burden on the taxpayer does not become unsustainable. Everybody having the right to try for a University place should they get the grsdes does not mean everybody must be accepted.

It might seem harsh to some but let’s remember, Utopia is a fiction.

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180 Quangos Face The Axe In Coalition Cuts

180 Quangos Face The Axe In Coalition Cuts

Not before time we have a government that is willing to take action to reduce the size of the bloated public sector:

from BBC News:
Proposals to abolish 180 quangos and merge a further 124 have been seen by the BBC’s Politics Show. The Renewables Advisory Board and Museum, Libraries and Archives Council are among taxpayer-funded bodies proposed for abolition.The list, dated 26 August, includes groups linked to all major government departments.

The Cabinet Office has ordered a leak inquiry and says it regrets any “uncertainty” for employees. The list of public bodies up for abolition, mergers or other reforms was included in a letter from Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude to other ministers… read all

also on this story from The Daily Telegraph: 177 Quangos To Be Scrapped

Throughout their years in power Labour used expansion of public sector employment to mask the true level of decline in our industrial and commercial base. This employent policy lies behind the structuraL deficit that is dragging our economy from recession into stagnation and slump. It costs so much to run the country and pay public sector wages, benefits and interest on our debts we do not take in enough revenue from taxes, duties and speeding fines to cover the outgoings so we have to keep borrowing more. Appointing another tax eater does not help grow the economy it helps grow the deficit.

For thirty years under both Conservative and Labour governments, quangos (quasi autonomous national government organisations) have become the personal bureaucratic empires of ‘special advisers’, failed businessmen, academics in search of a pension fund and clapped out government ministers in search of a peerage Sme of these organisations to a good job but most cost a fortune to run and achieve nothing except the creation of lots of paper for the recycling industry to repulp.

If the coalition can dump a few of them it can only be good. And the tax eaters they employ will cost the nation less on the dole.

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Blair’s Revenge Splits Labour

Blair’s Revenge On Brown Splits Labour says The Daily Telegraph gleefully.

The Guardian meanwhile has a story on Blair The Zealot saying his book reveals a seriously dysfunctional mindset.

The sheer brutality of Tony Blair’s attacks on Gordon Brown, which amount to character assassdination threaten to split Labour so deeply the party will sing into another period of internicine conflicts thus consigning itself to the electoral wilderness for a generation.

Published on the day Labour members received their leadership ballot papers, the former prime minister’s detailed and sustained criticism of his successor in his memoir has prompted extreme reactions from former cabinet colleagues.

Some said it risked reopening the conflicts that marred the New Labour era and could be extremely damaging as the party tried to move on from its general election defeat. Figures close to Mr Brown retaliated by accusing Blair of being “delusional.”

read more on Blair – Brown split Labour at The Daily Telegraph

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Ed Balls Accuses Coalition OfSelection By Stealth

Labour leadership candidate Ed Balls has accused the Coalition of trying to reintroduce selection into the education system by stealth. He said the plan announced by schools minister Michael Gove would allow quasi – independent academies to choose brighter pupils.

The comprehensive education system has become one of the sacred cows of the “progressive left” in spite of its very obvious failure. The old Grammar School system only segregated on grounds of intelligence whereas the system now with its postcode lottery and the growth of private schools for the rich segregates on grounds of parental wealth, social class and geographic location. Intelligence does not enter the equation. So the selective way was more egalitarian, what are the leftie whiners on about. Are they afraid of losing their core vote if working class pupils are given a chance to raise their aspirations?

Read full story on Selection By Stealth

Ed Bollocks talks balls about VAT

Ed balls (small b for small balls) says:

“Next Monday – the day before the budget – George Osborne must come clean to parliament about the impact of his budget plan to raise the standard rate of VAT on the poorest households, pensioners and families with children.”

Now while I am totally horrified at suggestions that in his budget next week Chancellor “Let’s do another line” Osborne migh be considering putting VAT on food as that would really hit the poor very hard, a 2.5% increase on goods liable for VAT at the moment will not hit the poorest households hard at all.

The thing about VAT is the less you spend the less you pay. Truly poor people tend to buy mostly essentials and many essentials, food for example, are zero rated.

An extra 2.5% on a bottle of wine will not make me buy one thimbleful less wine just as the 2.5% reduction did not persade me to run out and buy anything I would not have bought anyway. All Ed balls has done here is show once again how out of touch the would be leaders of “the peoples’ party are with the people.

If Osborne’s proposed increase is on VAT liable goods only it may make some people think a little more carefully about how they spend their money.

On the other hand if Osborne does put VAT on food we must fill his pants with VAT liable custard.

Simples.

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What’s The Effing Point?

A note to Nick Clegg, Vince Cable and all Lib Dem MPs.

What’s the point having three party leaders debates on television and the whole fiasco of the election campaign if, given the chance to do something at last you are going to duck out and let Peter fucking Mandelson pick who gets to be the Prime Minister.

I mean, the Conservatives won, I’m not delighted about that but they won though not by a knockout. So doing a deal that would put a Labour government back in power with the Democratic Unionists, Sinn Fein, Plaid Cymru, SNP and a tree hugger from Brighton all holding guns to their heads for a few weeks until it all falls apart is a betrayal of the electorate isn’t it?

Not to mention poilitical suicide. Get real you self righteous twats.