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Bonfire Of The Quangos

192 Quangos to be removed

The Quango (quasi-autonomous national government organisation) so beloved of Gordon Brown and Labour as yet another way to control and “nanny” our lives has had it’s day, 192 totally pointless Labour created Quangos are set for the scrap heap.

According to the Cabinet Office, 192 are to be scrapped entirely and 481 to be reformed. Read the rest of this entry

Gordon Brown Knowingly Destroyed British Pensions

Gordon Brown aka Charlie Uniform November Tango

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

The Shame Of Labours Scorched Earth Policy

Gordon Brown burns Britain as he knows the election is lost

As far back as November 2009 there were rumours that Gordon Brown and Labour were implementing a scorched earth policy with hidden debts and booby traps for the next Government.

The story surfaced again in March this year with Labour’s £11billion Scorched Earth Spending Spree

Now less than a week into the new government and the cat is well and truly out of the bag. In the last weeks of Government as the Russians closed in on the fuhrerbunker General Election loomed so Labour set about screwing the country for their own political ends.

The newly discovered Whitehall “black holes” could force even more severe public spending cuts, or higher tax rises, ministers fear.

Vince Cable, the business secretary, said: “I fear that a lot of bad news about the public finances has been hidden and stored up for the new government. The skeletons are starting to fall out of the cupboard.”

The new cabinet has been discovering previously unknown contracts and uncosted spending commitments left by their spendthrift predecessors. Read the rest of this entry

Climategate – Labour Government Response To ePetition To Suspend The CRU

This is the epetiton to suspend the CRU:

The Climate Research Unit at the University of East Anglia is a “leading centre” for the investigation of “manmade global warming” and government policy relies on the integrity of these statistics. Several claims have been made: that data was “cherry picked” to make the 20th century temperature rise look exceptional in historical terms; emails suggest the unit has colluded in “tricks” to “hide the decline” in a high profile scientific journal, and this unit has colluded in active, secret and highly political campaigning through the website “realclimate”.

The preparation of climate statistics require many judgements: stations move & sites become surrounded by urban sprawl (urban heating) & a judgement must be made of the size of the offset to apply to the global temperature record. The University accepts most emails are genuine so it appears the Unit has been acting in a highly partisan way incompatible with that of a neutral body preparing and interpreting government data. We call on the PM to suspend all further use of the climate research unit until all pertinent allegations have been investigated and any action (if any) has been taken.

The response from the Government is classic nothing to see here, move along now, Monty Python meets warming alarmist.

Climategate, Glaciergate, the deeply flawed IPCC 2007 report and the other lies that have been found out, have never happended for Gordon Brown and David Miliband. Read the rest of this entry

Climategate – British Government Rebuked Over Global Warming Nursery Rhyme Ads

Remember the much criticised Climate Change ad run by Ed Miliband and the DECC where a father read his daughter a nightmare bedtime story with drowning rabbits and the like?

This did not breach the Advertising Standards Authority’s guidelines, unlike the corruption of children’s nursery rhymes Jack and Jill and Rub a Dub Dub which were used to spread the fear message and wildly exaggerate the potential impact of Anthropogenic Global Warming on the British Isles.

Using the tried and tested “nothing to see here” approach that Pope Al Gore and liars like Michael Mann and Phil Jones trot out relentlessly, Miliband’s adverts ignored Climategate and the many flaws, lies and exaggerations of the 2007 IPCC report and continued with business as usual approach.

The two posters created on behalf of the Department of Energy and Climate Change juxtaposed adapted extracts from the nursery rhymes with prose warnings about the dangers of global warning.

One began: “Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water. There was none as extreme weather due to climate change had caused a drought.” Beneath was written: “Extreme weather conditions such as flooding, heat waves and storms will become more frequent and intense.” Read the rest of this entry

Broken Britain The Shame Of Gordon Brown And Labour

After 13 years of the New Labour experiment 70% of voters believe that British society is now broken and heading in the wrong direction, Gordon Brown will naturally deny this, call the voters flat earthers and recite tractor production stats in his governments defence.

The left will blame Maggie Thatcher as usual, conveniently forgetting in their diatribe that Britain has been ruled by Labour for 13 years, but then it is always someone else’s fault.

Nearly three fifths of voters say that they hardly recognise the country they are living in, while 42 per cent say they would emigrate if they could.

Women, working-class people and Tory voters were more likely to say that they hardly recognise their own country.

Overall, 64 per cent think that Britain is going in the wrong direction and just 31 per cent believe it is on the right track.

Voters’ main fire is directed at political institutions: 73 per cent say politics is broken in Britain and 77 per cent say there are far fewer people in public life that they admire than there used to be.

Gordon Brown Dies A Slow And Horrible Death On The Andrew Marr Show

Gordon Brown on the BBC 1 Andrew Marr show this morning was nothing short of excruciating, it was like watching a punch drunk boxer dragging himself off the canvas only to be punched down again.

Brown is truly delusional, the delusion started with the “We saved the world” gaffe in Parliament and has continued unabated since.

The following excerpts are from The Andrew Marr Show courtesy of the BBC:

ANDREW MARR:

If you’re confident, is there going to be a Labour budget this spring?

GORDON BROWN:

Of course there’ll be a Labour budget if it’s the right time, yes.

ANDREW MARR:

But that … is that a yes to a budget this spring?

GORDON BROWN:

I believe there’ll be a budget this spring. It’s the right thing to do.

ANDREW MARR:

So we can’t look forward to an early General Election?

GORDON BROWN:

I’m not going to be boxed in, as I said. I said there’ll be a Labour budget if it’s at the right time.

ANDREW MARR:

If it’s at the right time. But that right time we all know comes in March …

Aardvark blogged at the beginning of November 2009 that the General Election would be March 25th as Labour would bottle the budget. There is no doubt that there will be massive spending cuts in 2010 and with Brown’s lies and misinformation about Labour cuts he can hardly go into an election campaign having made cuts he said only those nasty baby eating conservatives would make.

ANDREW MARR:

And is that why you have at last conceded a television debate with David Cameron … Read the rest of this entry

The Price Of Petrol Directly Impacts Labour’s Poll Rating

source:www.whatgas.com

During the years since 1997 the motorist, all 28 million of us have been used as a cash cow for Gordon Brown’s profligate spending with the ever increasing cost of fuel, speed and traffic cameras and Green Tax lies to try and extort still more money from the motoring public. From Brown’s first budget the cost of petrol and diesel has risen inexorably with the largest portion of the price of a litre of unleaded being tax; tax that we they pay VAT on!

Speed cameras spread like fleas on a hedgehog and quickly became a source of revenue, not a safety measure.

At the beginning of November the motorist and democracy were hit again when Brown changed the rules so that if you are found not guilty of a motoring offence you still have to pay the costs.

The chart from whatgas.com shows Labour’s poll rating against the price of a litre of unleaded, petrol was at it’s most expensive in July 2008, this is when the Conservatives had their biggest poll leads.

Several national newspapers have been predicting that unleaded will be £1.25 per litre at the time of the General Election.

Brown and Labour would do well to remember that 28 million of us own cars and we are fed up of being ripped off by Labour.

Climategate – Labour Government Attempts To Stop Met Office Re-Examining 160 Years Of Climate Data

Climategate rumbles ever onwards unravelling the AGW lie day by day, as the pressure builds so some organisations like the Met Office realise that they can no longer ignore the problems caused by the leaked documents from UEA.

The Met Office plans to re-examine 160 years of climate data as the Met Office realises that public confidence in the validity of the Climate Change data is shattered by Climategate. The evaluation of the data will take approximately 3 years, with the results unlikely to be available before 2012.

Gordon Brown, Ed Milliband and the Government are trying to stop the Met Office from carrying out the re-examination, arguing that it would be seized upon by climate change sceptics.
James Hansen the world’s leading Climate Change proponent who convinced governments of global warming now says “it would be better for the planet and for future generations if next week’s Copenhagen climate change summit ended in collapse.” So Brown is now referring to someone whose ideas he once followed without question as a Climate Change Sceptic.

Why is Brown so desperate to force through a deal based on flawed and erroneous data? Read the rest of this entry