This is my first thread and I want to talk about the new political Alliance that has been made in UK.From the way things are going it's clear that
not allot is going to be changed from the old labour's policies. The new Conservative-Liberal Democrats coalition will again ignore the real issues
we Brits are facing.The main parties focused on the economic problems during the election which no one actually understood what they were on about.
The main problems we Brits wanted sorting out:
-Privatization of home grown businesses
-Withdrawal of all our troops from useless and illegal wars
But none of these issues have been talked about or any kind of policies implemented to tackle them.All we have is the Con-Dems abandoning their
promises by using the excuse of 'sacrifices needed in order for the coalition to work'.Like it wasn't obvious from the start that we were going to
face a hung parliament.
The important sacrifices that were made
* The Liberal Democrats have abandoned their election promise to introduce a special tax on properties costing more than £2 million (Mr Cameron was
personally worried about that one).
* The Liberal Democrats have abandoned their opposition to the Tory’s £6 billion in public spending cuts this year.
* The Liberal Democrats have agreed to support the scrapping of part of next year's one percent National Insurance tax rise.
* The Liberal Democrats have abandoned their opposition to renewal of the Trident nuclear deterrent.
* The Liberal Democrats have agreed that no further powers should be given the EU without a referendum.
* The Liberal Democrats have abandoned their demand that Britain join the euro currency.
* The Conservative Party has abandoned its election promise to raise the inheritance tax threshold to £1 million.
* The Conservative Party has agreed to Lib Dem plans to raise the point at which people start paying tax to £10,000, although this will be phased
* The Conservative Party has thrown away its opposition to a referendum on the voting system and the introduction of fixed-term parliaments, which
they previously opposed.
News reports have also quoted economists as predicting that VAT will have to rise from 17.5 percent to 20 percent to help meet the £167 million
Both Tory and Liberal Democratic parties refused to rule out a VAT increase during the election campaign.
On top of that i have also recently found out that the Conservatives are backed by israel.Let's hope the new coalition won't drag us into new wars,
which i doubt very much.You guys are probably wondering why have we named the new coalition condem? Let me explain what ConDem means. Condem is
jamaican patwa for 'cheating someone by being deceitful' which is what, mossads original motto was -"by deception thou shalt wage war".
As I thought we were missing the icing on the Con-Dem cake until this happen
Conservative Friends of Israel, abbreviated to CFI, is a British parliamentary group affiliated to the Conservative Party and dedicated to
strengthening business, cultural and political ties between the United Kingdom and Israel.
Cameron Appoints Ex-Brown Adviser
Gordon Brown's former city adviser Sir James Sassoon has been appointed as a Treasury minister, according to Sky sources.Sir James is a former
investment banker who was an adviser to Mr Brown when he was Chancellor.
Have us Brits been cond again? Only time will tell.
[edit on 14-5-2010 by Doujutsu]