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The Young Parasite

An Insight Into Comrade Gordon's Past Social security hand-outs should be regarded as "free money", the "so-called welfare State" should be used wherever possible and there's nothing wrong with squatting or being a "parasite". - the view of a young Gordon Brown some 30 years ago when he was a student at university.

These are views in a guide on how to scrounge off the State, ... published by the man set to become Prime Minister.

Yes indeed. Gordon Brown has always believed that taking from others in an underhand manner in order to profit himself and his cronies is perfectly legitimate.

In other words, he really is the parasite that I have been describing him as!

And, clearly, he has been a parasite ever since he was a young man.

Furthermore, when Gordon Brown was at university, it was not difficult to find fairly well paid work - even as a student, over the holidays; and these earnings were mostly, or wholly, untaxed.

Also, in those days, students did not pay university fees. The government paid them. And if students were not well off, the government also paid them a further grant to cover their living expenses. And so 'scrounging off the State' was something that was completely unnecessary for youngsters to do in those days. And if they needed any extra money, then there were jobs to be found with ease.

Clearly, Gordon Brown believed that the world owed him a living - without him actually having to do anything for this. And if you look at his behaviour now, you will see that nothing has changed.

For example, he still takes money from people by stealth in order to fund his own empire (e.g. look at how he surreptitiously stole billions out of old people's pension money) and he expects to waltz into office as Prime Minister when Tony Blair steps down without the country - or even his party - having voted for him.

In my view, Gordon Brown is an arrogant, smug, self-satisfied trickster who cannot be trusted to do anything but serve himself and his cronies.

An "infallible" method of cheating your way into bring-a-bottle parties is to "use a carrier bag of empty cans with two half-bricks at the bottom".

Yep: That about sums him up. He is a cheat and a liar.

Invite him to a party - and he will con you.

Of course, life is much tougher now for young people at college in the UK. They have to pay their own way, and it is not so easy for them to find suitable jobs, and so it is understandable that they might sometimes need to seek extra benefits from the State. But in Gordon Brown's day, this was definitely not the case. 

I know! I am the same age as him. And I was at university over the same period of time.

this is how these self-serving left-wing politicians operate.

Generally speaking, this is how these self-serving left-wing politicians operate.

They take, by force, a bit of power and/or money away from one relatively small group of people in society. This small group does not have the power or the means to resist. So it gives up resisting.

The leftist parasites then move on to another relatively small group. And they do exactly the same to them. And then they do the same to another group, and then to another group - always managing to take just the amount that they can get away with, without drawing too much attention to themselves.

Then the cycle starts again, as they go back to the first group, and take another piece of their pie.

Round and round they go; always taking a little bit more out of everyone's pie for themselves and their cronies - with the force of 'the law'. And we have now reached the stage where they take more than half of your earned money. 

forever increasing the power and the wealth of their cronies and decreasing everyone else's freedoms

And they do the same sort of thing with their various laws and regulations.

Round and round they go, adding more and more laws, rules and regulations to control further one group here, and another group there, forever increasing the power and the wealth of their cronies and decreasing everyone else's freedoms to live their lives in their own way.

All it takes is a piece of paper.

Every new law, rule or regulation is simply brought into existence by producing a piece of paper upon which it is written. No product has to be produced. No service has to be offered. No debate has to take place.

And with every new law, rule or regulation, some government official, or some lawyer, will be further empowered and enriched; regardless of its merits.

And there will be laws, rules and regulations designed to prevent you from doing anything about this!

And given that we know that thousands of these people are highly corrupt and completely self-serving, we really are fools to continue to allow them to get away with what they are doing, and stupid beyond belief to allow them to have so much power.

"For the experienced parasite the Edinburgh Festival is a gift," the booklet declares, with advice on gatecrashing receptions - "enter via the side door" - and getting a free bath and food at smart hotels.

Sneak in. Be dishonest. Manipulate the system. Cheat. And take from others.

That is the real Gordon Brown.

A Useless Chancellor

Gordon Brown was a useless chancellor, but he is often congratulated for his fine handling of the UK economy over the past decade.

What always seems to be forgotten, however, is that he raised all our taxes by very significant amounts in order to fund 'his' various enterprises, and that he surreptitiously whipped about £800 away from each and every pensioner in the land not long after he took office.

And it does not take that much skill to buoy up an economy when you can dip your hand into the pockets of millions of people and take billions from them.

The only skill it takes is to arrange matters so that the people do not notice what is going on and/or they are prevented from being able to protest about it effectively.

 since 1997 ... there has been a positive explosion in the use of the new communication technologies

Furthermore, since 1997, when Labour came to power, there has been a positive explosion in the use of the new communication technologies by businesses and by government departments both big and small.

For example, in 1997 there was no well-functioning widespread use of the internet, and people did not even have mobile phones!

As a result, the economy is a very, very different beast from what it was a decade ago.

Huge benefits have accrued to the economy through the use of the internet and mobile phones, and the range of products that are based on these technologies has further helped to boost very considerably economic growth.

Gordon Brown had very little to do with this.

Indeed, almost any person who took up the office of Chancellor of the Exchequer in the UK in 1997 would have found themselves sitting at the beginning of a revolution which would have enormous benefits for the economy. And this, coupled with the taking of so much more money out of people's pockets in order to bolster government spending, could not fail to lead to economic 'growth'.

Gordon Brown has not been a great Chancellor of the Exchequer. He landed his job at a particularly fortuitous time, and he robbed the people out of billions without them noticing.

Government Caught Lying About Knife Crime Gordon Brown was caught up in the row over knife crime last night after the statistics watchdog accused Number 10 of spinning the figures.

The premier was rebuked for ‘corroding public trust’ by ordering the Home Office to publish figures showing fewer young people were being caught carrying blades.

£40,000 Per Adult The worst economic slowdown in three-quarters of a century has wiped £40,000 from the wealth of every adult in the United Kingdom, a national total of almost £2 trillion; that is £2,000bn, or £2,000,000,000,000.

Each adult Briton has lost on average £17,000 from the property slump and a further £23,000 in the value of shares, held either directly or indirectly though pension plans.

So, once again, we see Gordon Brown taking money out of the savings of old people, but particularly out of those old people who did not work for government.

And to make matters even worse for them, the government now intends to employ 'quantitative easing' to bolster the money supply - which means inflation further down the line.

their pensions are inflation-proofed.

Those old people who did work for government do not need to worry too much about quantitative easing because the inflation that this gives rise to will not affect them, because their pensions are inflation-proofed.

Indeed, the pensions of those people who did not work for government are being slashed horrendously by Gordon Brown while those people who are privileged with government pensions have been barely affected by the current economic crisis.

People who work in the private sector get their pensions by accumulating a pot of money over their lifetime's work. This pot is then invested partly in the stock market and partly in relatively safe deposit accounts. And when these people retire, money is taken out of this pot every year in order to provide them with a pension.

1. The stock market crash in recent months has cut most of these pension pots horrendously - with the majority of people losing between 30% and 80% of their value.

2. The slashing of interest rates means that the proportion of money in these pension pots which is in deposit accounts now contributes hardly anything towards any pension.

3. 'Quantitative Easing' means that all the money in these pension pots is now going to be devalued through the inflation that this causes.

But the pensions (provided by the taxpayer) of those people who did work for government are affected by none of these things.


Damian McBride

Damian McBride

An Extremely Nasty Piece Of Work

(And one of Gordon Brown's closest aides.)

Labour Party Official Exposed Conducting Appalling Smear Campaign Downing Street e-mails setting out plans for a vicious smear campaign against the Tories, which last night forced the resignation of one of the prime minister’s most senior aides, are revealed today.

The e-mails, seen by The Sunday Times, expose how Gordon Brown’s head of strategy and planning wrote to a Labour spin doctor proposing a campaign of unfounded personal slurs against senior Tories. The smears, many of a sexual nature, were planned as part of a strategy to “destabilise” the opposition in the run-up to the general election.

Of course, Gordon Brown and his cabinet colleagues deny that they were aware of such dishonourable and disgusting behaviour; but, please, do not believe a word of this.

Damian McBride is no different from the rest of them.

Our current politicians are utterly corrupt, dishonest, devious, ruthless and totally self-serving - particularly those on the left.

 Damian McBride was quite prepared ... to ruin their relationships with their spouses,

Notice also that Damian McBride was quite prepared not only to ruin the political careers of those whom he was going to lie about, he was also quite prepared to ruin their relationships with their spouses, their children, their colleagues and their friends.

What a sh#t, eh?

And he was one of Gordon Brown's best buddies.

Damian McBride should be prosecuted under the criminal law for what he tried to do.

Notice also that David Cameron, whom he was also trying to smear sexually, has only just lost his young son.


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