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 Post subject: The devalued Prime Minister …
PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2009 12:58 am 
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… of a devalued government. So said the man, to very great applause to his own side, as he rounded on a man who had brought the UK to the brink of ruin. But this was not Daniel Hannan speaking. It was John Smith, in September 1992, savaging John Major after his abrupt withdrawal from the ERM.

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2009 2:30 am 
Did'nt the nice Mr Soros cause the run on the £ that caused all the pain, that bastard stole 6 years of my life getting my company out of his mess and now he is backing Obama but neither of them are socialists are they? It took G Brown 10 years to kill the great economy he inherited from the tories.


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Happy days! It would be a change if governments just followed the Florence Nightingdale dictum ... do no harm.

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2009 8:48 am 
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Please Richard, you can do anything to us, but pictures of Major is too much.


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Stuart wrote:
Please Richard, you can do anything to us, but pictures of Major is too much.


And there was I thinking that you would get all nostalgic ... the days when we had such towering giants ... and Mr Brown was in opposition.

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 Post subject: Re: The devalued Prime Minister …
PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2009 11:55 am 
All Prime Ministers and indeed MPs are devalued these days, as the real government is the EU. All the politicians here can do is fiddle around the edges and get on with their real business of gouging the taxpayer for as much money as they can claim.


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2009 6:11 pm 
Interestingly,the fact that Hannan's speach has gone viral has in itself become news.

http://www.dailyexpress.co.uk/posts/view/91275


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Interesting how the Express push Farage more than Hannan.

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 Post subject: Re: The devalued Prime Minister …
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Yes I notice the Express was bigging up Farage.Perhaps because Hannan writes for the Telegraph?


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SandyRham wrote:
Interesting how the Express push Farage more than Hannan.


The BBC also promote Farage. Due to the apparent absence of whistle blowers within the BBC, I will speculate that the BBC have more ammo on Farage than Hannan and/or that at least they view him as less credible and hence less capable of undermining the EUSSR. In fact, what has Farage achieved during his current term as an MEP?

I would hazard a guess that the BBC also promote Farage to give a fig leaf of balance to their failure to have Nick Griffin on Question Time or Any Questions. When Nick Griffin spoke at Michigan State University he was repeatedly shouted over, whereupon he abandoned his speech and successfully took questions from his detractors instead. Have Farage or Hannan such ability? Is this why Farage is on the BBC and Griffin is not?

Hannan will probably be given increased but rather controlled exposure by the BBC, whilst Farage fulfils the Frederick Forsyth role.

Two fig leafs are better than one and they will be cynically used by the Drive-By Media, which itself does not give a fig for fair and reasonable reporting.

Go figure.

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Bert Rustle,

Well the BBC have been sneering and traducing UKIP for a while and the party doesn`t seem as effective lately, but it looks like the lost support hasn`t gone to gasp the Conservatives but to the BNP, so the BBC want to rejuvenate it now. They probably think they`ll split the anti EU vote.


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