posted on Feb, 22 2013 @ 01:57 AM
reply to post by SELAboy
Ok boys n girls,
First things first, some of you might have noticed that my avatar has changed and isn't looking quite right yet, but this normal as the fantastic
creators over at the following link are actually working on it :
Anyway, back to the topic :
I have seen quite a few socialist bashers here on this thread since the OP posted (where are you OP?) such a shame that you couldn't continue your
thread, i hope you are ok? or i hope that you didn't have enough because of some of the negative comments here?
Not being one to get involved in Politics in general as i have my own personal points of views and do not wish to share, i have however a pinch of
salt to add :
Quite a few people who have answered this thread have ranted on about the French or European socialist Gvts or mentalities... However, what they
don't seem to realise is that since the Goldman Sachs affaire quite a while ago when France and quite a few other countries in the EU was still
governed by "conservative parties" and which has left most of the world in quite a sh*t situation, things have only been getting worse...
The actual socialist Gvt in place in France was elected mainly by people that hoped that they would get France out of the crisis that was left by
Capitalist right wing Gvt and also to say to Sarkozy that they had had enough of him...
What is happening right now is that the Gvt in place are picking up and trying to square back together the broken parts of the mirror that were left
behind by not just the last Gvt, but the Gvts that were in place beforehand (Conservatives and socialists alike)... This will go on and on and on! and
the worst thing about it is, is that Sarkozy has been keeping his gob shut since the new Gvt is in place, but there are rumours of him representing
again for the next presidential elections when they come around.
So what i am trying to say in a nutshell :
No matter who is in place to govern your country, there will always be bits and pieces to pick up and more taxes to add because of the precedent
Back to old Maurice now... He isn't a winner.... he's a winnit!