Category Archives: Labour Financial Stupidy
As Britain struggles under the weight of debt from the profligate spending of the worst Chancellor of the Exchequer and the worst Prime Minister in 300 years Gordon Brown, a new book says that Brown has been stewing in a pot of righteous indignation garnished with delusional thoughts of him saving the world, again.
Brown slithered out from underneath his rock in August to launch a diatribe of lies against News International and to let everyone know that he, Gordon Brown was right about everything and everyone else was wrong.
The world looked on and said “Sorry Gordon you have us confused with someone who gives a shit about you”
Now a new book Brown at Number 10 by Anthony Seldon and Guy Lodge reveals more about the most damaged personality to become PM since the end of World War 2: Read the rest of this entry
Gordon Brown the worst PM Britain has had in, well almost forever has reappeared to tell anyone, who will actually listen that as usual Brown the Infallible was right about the US debt and Euro zone crisis and everyone else was wrong, as usual.
When the phone hacking scandal broke Brown immediately said his phone had been hacked and his family’s medical records had been accessed. Brown then followed this in a petulant hate filled diatribe in the House of Commons where the spoilt brat had a go at the Press that turned against him during his disastrous Prime Ministership.
It was priceless to watch the looks on the Labour MP’s faces as Brown vented his spleen, the looks that said “Was this asshole really our Leader“?
Yes guys he was your Leader, because none of you had the balls to take Dear Leader on: Read the rest of this entry
This time last year Gordon Brown was everywhere, trying to force through a deal in Copenhagen to save the world from a non existent threat, leading Al Gore in to broom cupboards and busily screwing this country in to the ground in a scorched earth policy of spend, spend, spend and spend some more.
Then Gordon Brown loses the General Election as the voters showed their enthusiasm for another 5 years of bullying, bigotry and Nokia flinging, even losing the election could still not get the cursed one eyed son of the Manse out of Downing Street.
Then suddenly like a fart blown away by a sudden gust of wind, Gordon was gone, disappeared, dropped off the radar. Read the rest of this entry
So Tony Blair knew that Gordon Brown was going to be a disaster, or so Blair claims in his book, The Journey published today.
All the major broadsheets are covering the book, which has comfortably beaten whatever crap Gordon Brown is going publish later this year and thus will be taken by future historians as the definitive account of the disaster sometimes known as the New Labour Experiment.
Hat tip to Blair for taking a bankrupt ideology and hoodwinking the electorate by prefixing Labour with New, still if people are dumb enough to believe that a leopard can change it spots then everyone who voted Labour should also be blamed for the state the country is now in.
With such a choice of reviews of Blair’s book Aardvark has gone for the Guardian coverage to see what left of centre quasi intellectuals think of the The Journey Read the rest of this entry
The legacy of Labour is becoming clearer by the day and it shows that Tony Blair was for the first time ever 100% right when he said that Gordon Brown was mad, bad and dangerous, he could have, however, more accurately described Brown as a “complete cunt“.
Documents obtained under the FoI Act show just what happened to British Pensions from May 1997 Read the rest of this entry
A bunch of Academics has come out and said that Gordon Brown was the third worst PM since the end of the Second World War.
According to a survey of more than one hundred leading academics, reported in the Financial Times (£), only Sir Anthony Eden and Sir Alec Douglas-Home were less impressive.
The academics, all experts in politics and history,
Gordon Brown and Labours use of the d word (deceived) was both typical of Labour and at the same crass stupidity.
Brown spent a lot of time yesterday trying to spin what deceived meant, in the context of the semantic construction of his sentence and its implications (makes about as much sense as what Cyclops was saying). Its not what you say, so much as how people interpret it.
Unfortunately for Labour the business leaders have taken Browns words to mean that they are stupid, naive and easily led, and not surprsingly have reacted vigourously to refute this.
So the big question is why is Labour still digging an even deeper hole for itself? Read the rest of this entry
Gordon Brown and Peter Mandelson’s arrogant statements that the Conservatives had deceived Big Business with their plans to scrap Brown’s tax on jobs, started a storm last week which is continuing unabated.
Last week 37 FTSE business leaders openly stated their support for George Osborne’s plans to scrap Labours
Job Tax increase in NI contributions, today a further 30 have openly declared their support for Conservative plans.
The supremely inept and inaptly named Lord Adonis was left struggling trying to name a single FTSE company director that supported Labours tax on jobs. Read the rest of this entry
Only a few months ago Gordon Brown was harping on about “Labour Investment vs Tory Cuts”, then the message was “Nice fluffy warm Labour cuts vs Nasty Tory cuts” and now the Chancellor has said that if elected Labour’s cuts would deeper than those Margaret Thatcher was forced to make after Labour screwed up the economy last time their government was over.
Two very different messages from the Prime Minister and his Chancellor.
Asked by the BBC’s Political Editor Nick Robinson to accept the Treasury’s own figures suggest deeper, tougher cuts than those implemented by the Thatcher government in the 1980s, Mr Darling replied: “They will be deeper and tougher – where we make the precise comparison I think is secondary to fact is an acknowledgement that these reductions will be tough”.
He added: “There may be things that we don’t do, that we cut in the future. We will have to decide what precisely we can do within the [spending] envelope I set.”
Shadow Chancellor George Osborne:
“Gordon Brown is basing his election campaign on the claim that Labour can go on spending. That is completely blown apart by Alistair Darling’s admission, under pressure, that Labour’s own Budget numbers imply deep cuts. But why didn’t he admit that yesterday? Twenty four hours on this empty Budget has completely unravelled and Labour’s failure to act will hit families hard.”