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 Post subject: Schools 'n' hospitals reprise
PostPosted: Thu Mar 29, 2012 9:38 am 
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Having offshored most of Britain's governmental powers, some to Brussels and others to amorphous, anonymous groups such as the Bank of International Settlements, there is so little left of public policy-making in the UK that the elites are driven ever-more to micro-managing an increasingly limited spectrum.

So emerged the "schools 'n' hospitals" meme, as the only two issues of any substance over which British politicians still had any influence – issues which have dominated successive elections. And so it is that today The Boy returns to the Failygraph to write about – you guessed it - schools 'n' hospitals.

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 29, 2012 10:29 am 
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RAENORTH wrote:

So emerged the "schools 'n' hospitals" meme, as the only two issues of any substance over which British politicians still had any influence



Ironically, with the exception of the occasional rays of brilliance, the only two areas of state control that would probably benefit from a more 'European style' approach are education and healthcare. Not that I'm advocating it by any stretch of the imagination.

Being the only two areas over which our beloved 'leaders' can exercise any jurisdiction, I find it deeply disturbing that those people who have these services placed in their care have historically been, almost without exception, nondescript flunkies who wouldn't know the right thing to do if it jumped up and bit them on the arse.

Just look at the current two incumbents . . .

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Mr Slippery trying not to mention the elephant in his pasty.

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 29, 2012 11:04 am 

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Mouthing platitudinous drivel but the subtext is still defined as 'nanny state knows best' - he is so good at it.

The key word here is brick and brick by brick so does 'thick as a brick' Camoron build the EU edifice - because Dave believes the EU is good for Britain [ergo we will have no effin choice].

Choice?

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Camoron said:But there is more to do if we are to realise our vision of truly open public services.


The only way for that to happen Dave, is for government to get out of the damned way.

More government = less choice.

Dave doesn't trust us to govern ourselves, he is a statist to his very core. I always firmly believed that Dave is in the wrong political party - indubitably, because Dave is a classical champagne Socialist [so beloved of his wife's claque, which is why they are hitched].

Furthermore, Dave's vision is taking on 'world priorities' and this is very bad news for British independence [no chance], ie, we are going nowhere.....far from the EU-Soviet bloc. A British sovereign state is anathema to everything Camoron holds dear - how did the Red Tories fall for this Heath-lite boy, or was putting him [Dave] in charge the plan all along [do the Kommissars run the UK party political scene - is this how the Berlaymont puppet masters oversee UK politics?].

This is why [when together] he sees eye to eye and agrees so much with Obarmy's [read Soros's] one world government politics.


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Dr. North, a small typo:

"Out supreme government lies in Brussels, its officials unelected, unaccountable and unresponsive".

Our...


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 29, 2012 12:34 pm 
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rhaan wrote:
Dr. North, a small typo:

"Out supreme government lies in Brussels, its officials unelected, unaccountable and unresponsive".

Our...


Freudian slip ... wishing the wish was the promise.

Fixded. Thanks!

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