Wednesday, 23 January 2013

EU referendum.

Mobbing the Tories by American Patriots in 177...
Mobbing the Tories by American Patriots in 1775-76; the Tory is about to be tarred and feathered (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Another idle promise of an in out referendum on the European Union by a government in a desperate attempt to get votes.
Gordon Brown's government promised us a referendum on Europe but it was refused, so why should we believe the Tories?
The very fact that government leaders are using a referendum on Europe as a pawn to gain votes, means that they are sure the general public wants the chance to vote on this important matter, and the very fact that they keep refusing us this vote is proof positive that they know the majority in Britain will vote to leave this shambles that has been stretched too far from the original Common Market without our consent.
These government ministers forget that they are elected and paid by us to look out for our interests, and by refusing us this vote they are not doing the job they are paid for, as it is going against the majorities wishes.
The very pawn the Tories are using might be their downfall, as it has echos of a past fallen government.
The Tories also seemed to have forgotten that the disabled people they are endlessly harassing, and the other middle classes, using needed welfare are voters too, and when it comes to the next election they will need more than the promise of a referendum to see them into another term.
With their genocidal acts towards the genuine disabled they should be hanging their heads in shame, but scroungers like them who take our money in wages and expenses with little in return have no shame when they try to make out that it is the public who are to blame for the world financial crisis.
Bring on the election NOW before this rich bunch of toffs do any more damage to the country.

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Saturday, 5 January 2013

Government scams.

English: George Osborne MP, pictured speaking ...
English: George Osborne MP, pictured speaking on the launch of the Conservative Party manifesto for the 2009 European Parliament elections, at Keele University. (805x1207 px, 283,711 bytes) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 Ian Duncan Smith, David Cameron and George Osborne, are the ring leaders in trying to smear the recipients of welfare payments by distorting the true figures of how much the individual gets, and of how many are not genuine.
George Osborne recently sold his house, paid for by the tax payers and made a profit of around £5000,000.
Should this profit not be returned to the tax payers along with the tax payers money that was originally invested in the house.
Abusing this scheme is worse than the 0.7% of people who are fraudulently abusing the welfare system, as they do not skim £5000,000
a time off the tax payers.
 NOTE  0.7% fraudsters and not the 27% we have been led to believe.
All politicians should be made to pay back all of the money, and profits used to buy houses paid for by the tax payers when they have no more use for them.
They are right enough in this respect when they quote, "we are all in this together."
They too are guilty of ripping off the tax payers at every chance they get, and should hang their heads in shame when they deprive genuine disabled, and needy people of money that they are entitled to.
The people who decry the unfortunates on benefits should be careful not to be taken in by the government smear campaign as they never know when it might be their turn to claim welfare should they find themselves out of work through no fault of their own.
The only thing that these rich posh boys are in together is feathering their own nests at our expense.
It is high time that their perks were ended which would add millions to the coffers.
Then they would be entitled to claim that we are all in this together.

Read the articles below to help understand where I am coming from.
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