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**Video** British PM Savaged At EU Meet: 'You Have Run Out Of Our Money!'

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posted on Mar, 26 2009 @ 04:29 PM
reply to post by burntheships

They spoke via phone regarding the youtube video going viral and did he expect this to happen, he replied that he has many videos on youtube similar and said he was suprised about its hitrate.

Lets see if Sky News and ist's "Webbed Agenda" section will now address this matter as all they show from youtube and the like is fluffy kitten videos and some dorks hurting themselves.

Great news channel ((of the year (self proclaimed)), Ha!

posted on Mar, 26 2009 @ 04:38 PM
reply to post by SplatPantZ

Sky News? Is that your BBC news network? Are they filtering your internet access? Do they block certain videos?

posted on Mar, 26 2009 @ 05:00 PM
reply to post by burntheships

no, sky news is independent of the bbc. they are in direct competion with each other. its actually a very good news channel. it doesn't seem to as biased and corrupt as the government owned bbc...did you know that our tv liscencing (for the bbc only) has now been reclassified as a compulsory tax? even if you don't own a television....and for the legally blind there is something like a £2 discount from a £180 TAX. they say its for the BBC radio stations as well. it also irks me that while we pay for this media to be made, they SELL this media (that WE pay for) for astronomical amounts of money all around the world. what do we get? more bloody TAXES!!!!

posted on Mar, 26 2009 @ 05:11 PM
reply to post by existenz

That seems terribly wrong! That must be the kind of treachery that gets Hannan so fired up!

posted on Mar, 26 2009 @ 05:33 PM
reply to post by burntheships

no doubt my friend....if only us brits would just stand up and stop allowing them to shaft us. perhaps we would be in a better situation now.

we have a tendency to bitch and moan about it, knowing full well what they are doing, and do absolutely NOTHING to stop it. i hate to say it and please don't take offence but we have been americanized. perhaps even more so than the americans. they still have their constitutional rights. what have we got?

posted on Mar, 26 2009 @ 05:56 PM
reply to post by existenz

Well we have our Constitution for now...although I think it is being systematically ripped apart, and we are undermined from within by a subversive shadow government.

My heart to you all in Britian, there with Brown, and all those men. They are horrendous! Hold on to what you have got, and bless men like
Daniel Hannan for trying to stem the tide.

posted on Mar, 26 2009 @ 09:46 PM
This might be buried in the thread somewhere...but I wanted to make sure everyone sees this! Please...listen to the whole video!

posted on Mar, 26 2009 @ 11:42 PM
Pretty good stuff, a ray of light shines.

He must be seriously needling the PTB.
He supports Ron Paul and is a Libertarian!
Heady stuff, even for a tory independent.

Note the closing remarks of the News man...
"We'll be watching you closely, don't know whether that's a good thing or a bad thing.'

Watch your back Dan, nothing pisses the illuminati off more than mavericks speaking common sense methinks. Especially when they are a catalyst to greater things.

posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 03:49 AM
Way cool, this guy rocks. If only the media hadn't ignored Ron Paul, he never had a chance unfortunately, things could be different, but how many smackdowns must WE endure? It seems to be the new thing, not trying to detract from Hannen's speech in any way, but how long before they ACTUALLY listen and ACTUALLY do something other than borrow to pay debt and other such nonsense? Heck, how long before it all falls apart and we have to fight in the streets for food, and such stuff? Is it really coming to that right now? Maybe it's just me but it sure seems like it.

I watched this on Youtube about a half hour ago, the count was 596. That doesn't seem right for something that has gone viral, does it? I'm sure there are other versions of the speech but that just seemed a little odd to me. Well, maybe not odd, it wouldn't surprise me one iota if they changed the count. I should expect it, I guess. Leave it all in the hands of the Ministry of Truth and that's par for the course.

posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 04:38 AM
The count is now in excess of 1 million...


posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 05:05 AM
Someone with some balls... thank god.

Couple of people have said have you seen his sneaky smile.. that ain't just it though is it!! Theres no chance in hell thats a face you can trust!

Jeremy Clarkson for Prime Minister

posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 08:26 AM
reply to post by ItsallCrazy

Have you seen the Jeremy clarkson for prime minister group on facebook, it has 476,165 members. That's 476,165 more votes than Brown got.

Im surprised a vote of no confidence hasn't been brought to the public, altough the only people with the resources are the very people who would be getting sacked. So I cant see that happening any time soon.

I think every labour minister I have seen so far is about as trust worthy as some body from the nonce wing at strange ways!! The Tories are just as bad.

The government seems to think we are the enemy, they can look through your litter bin, watch you on CCTV, check your bank and utility bills, they even read our emails and text messages. I mean come on, they are competent in doing all this but they cant see this economic"phenomenon" coming.

So yes Jeremy Clarkson for prime minister. Or Boris Johnson, these guys are ace!

posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 08:44 AM
reply to post by existenz

If you've not seen it before,theres a very interesting film here which deals with the myth of objectivity in the corporate news media.
It features interviews with various high ranking news editors/CEOs of media outlets and is well worth a watch:

posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 10:00 AM

Originally posted by whatshenneping
awsome ...


did you see his smile... he knows what he is doing ...

all to well...

to bad he will be heard all to well on the G20
bringing in the NWO and a new currency..

[edit on 25-3-2009 by whatshenneping]

Brown is used to talk like this, that is why he is smiling. British debates and monologues are famous for their brutality and directness. You often see that in Parliament and Chamber.
On the other hand, in normal social circumstances they are less direct.

posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 11:43 AM
Yeah...blame it all on prime minister gordon convient for the opposition party!

Don't people see that its just a smoke screen to hide the true nature of this global pandemic?

The central banks cause inflation and deflation by manipulating the prime rates as they wish. Who owns the central banks? Illuminati perhaps? In addition to crashing any or all the economies at once, they collect trillions just from the interest payments alone.

[edit on 27-3-2009 by EarthCitizen07]

posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 12:22 PM

Originally posted by Maxmars
Pity more American politician's don't have the intestinal fortitude to speak up to their masters that way... of course I mean the the bank cartel, the Fed.

There has always been at least one. One that many on here bash because they were afraid that he would actually win the presidency. Well, he couldn't win it because his talking points were against the fed and the central bank. Ron Paul has consistently faced off with the fed during sessions. We have our voice, we just need to get it heard.

This was a GREAT butt whoo....ummm....speech. What shocks me is the number he threw out there about your (the UKs) debt being 10% of the GDP! Is that true? I mean, if true, that is catastrophic people! We are at 3% here and the catastrophic figure is at 5%!

I seriously hope you guys (again, our brothers and sisters across the pond) can get through this. Just remember to ignore any statements of drastic defeat at the hands of your enemies by any rich banksters. **I.E. Rothschild.

posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 01:51 PM
He's a good orator, of that there is no doubt. He's also upset enough people in his own party that he's pretty much an independent, which is great.

He's getting more respect in the US than Ron Paul for saying basically similar things. Interesting, no?

There's another great speech here about the EU, showing that the other speech wasn't a flash in the pan:

He's got guts, too, saying that about British Airways, the world's (least) favourite airline. They're known for pursuing dirty tricks policies against people who badmouth them. Seriously. And it's great he seems to be against corporate welfare and the mostly useless gravy train that is the EU.


There are certain things I have problems with. He's said (on a video referenced earlier in this thread) that the good thing about Obama is that he's united the GOP around a sensible economic policy.

This is facile. OF COURSE they've united around a "sensible economic policy" now, it's part of the shell game. Dubya was just as keen on running up Federal Express, sorry, Reserve, debt to keep the bankers in bonuses. So much for his support of Ron Paul.

Secondly, there's an element of hypocrisy - which should hardly be surprising, the guy's a politician, after all. "New Labour" is not about socialism, and never has been. It's just another facet of the neoliberal agenda which started with the privatisations under Thatcher.

Don't get me wrong. I'm not an ideologue.

But part of the financial problem with this country is the shocking extent to which we've allowed PFI schemes to be set up to cover vast amounts of our infrastructure. In these schemes, the golden rule is simple: private companies take the profits and the public gets stuck with the downside, which is a truly massive bill when these things fail, or constant debt if they don't.

A classic example of this is the Skye bridge debacle, which is a piece of engineered debt worthy of any economic hit man.

My sense of this guy is that of someone who, quite rightly, fulminates against corruption and overspending, but when it comes down to it, would simply follow World Bank guidelines and try to administer a "short sharp shock" to spending. And it's the people who could least afford it that would suffer most.

PS: TheLass - your posts are wonderful and well-informed, and you make me wish I spoke the tongue of my forebears so I could decode your sig.

posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 04:18 PM
Daniel Hannan shames the BBC and proves need for broadcasting freedom!

Yes indeed, Dan Hannan has become a global internet phenomenon. And he is absolutely right to say that the stupendous impact of his speech proves that the web is a new force in the political game. But it is also true, as so many commenters and bloggers have noted, that this entire incident constitutes a shameful note in British broadcasting history - perhaps even a turning point.

posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 04:46 PM
Nice, starred, and flagged.

If only there were more politicians like this Brit.

The thing is The Brittish PM knows that there is not much those people can do. This is part of their plan, to run the world into the bottomless pit of debt, and a devalued economy, just so they can bring to surface their New One Wolrd Government.

However, I don't think neither the Chinese, nor the Russians, alongside some other governments are in the same bandwagon. These other countries are pushing for a New World Order of their own, for a currency in which they will be in control.

Neither One World Governments, and one world economies will be good for the regular people of this world.

posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 04:53 PM
Starred and flagged.

...if only someone, a Labour minister (preferably a more Junior minister, backed by more senior figures) had said this - in Parliament - at MPQs and prefereably with a northern accent or at least sounded like they were in touch with real people.

The (real) trouble is that nobody will listen to the tories even if they are talking sense - because they have been out of touch for so long they are just as untrustworthy.

I don't know why Gordon Brown was laughing. THAT is criminal and it isn't a laughing matter.

What the fu (k is he going to do in the end, blame the previous chancellor?!

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