posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 05:05 PM
Originally posted by Freeborn
reply to post by FOXMULDER147
And by the way, the current state of the UK is the legacy of Tony Blair and New Labour, not the current government.
Whilst he and his administation certainly contributed to the current state of affairs I would say that every single government since at least Heath
has been guilty of self-advancement and personal gain, the erosion of British sovereignty and the wilful deconstruction of anything that was good with
British society and replacing it with mediocrity.
Every government since (and before) Heath has been hell bent on serving and advancing the banksters agenda. the working man has seen the mat ripped
from under him to get to where we are today. Shipping, Coal mining, Ship building, steel making, automabile manufacture have all been driven into the
ground under the Governments privatisation system which benefitted private shareholders and swelled the government coffers alike.
It was the easy cop out to relinquish responsibility and make quick cash to keep their bungling policies going Instead of restructuring management
programs in failing and unproffitable industries. Dont ever forget "its all about the money" and we the people matter not to these parasites.
We are now in a position where our national identity is lost due to the influx of other cultures over the past 60 years or so, we are squabbling
amongst ourselves and our eye is off the ball, we now find ourselves in exactly the position that the Rothschild funded Rockefellers want us.
We blame the recent riots on scumbags and criminals but forget that the underlying social problems of homelessness, lack of jobs, inner city
degradation, Police abuse of power and the bleakest future our youngsters have ever faced is a direct result of our elected governments "successful"
They are the true criminals in all of this yet we are so dumbed down we cannot or dont want to see it. I left England 10 years ago as I saw the
writing on the wall then, I was lucky, I was single and had money enough to make the move, the majority of my countrymen are tied to a country which
they see cracking and crumbling around them and my heart has much sorrow for them.
These Cambridge misfits need to be taught the errors of their ways. Have things changed so much in hundreds of years? Every November the 5th the
British public are conned into celebrating the capture of Guy Fawkes and his foiled gunpowder plot when perhaps we should be celebrating the fact that
one man tried to stand up to the same bastards that we have today and burn Parlaiment to the ground?
edit on 30-8-2011 by Rigel Kent because: ETA: S & F