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James Gordon Brown - Showing signs of senility? The cunt go's into denial mode.

He has to be, either that or he has gone completely stark staring mad, a loon trapped in his own bizarre "Cool Britannia" where all is well. A fantasy land of eternal wealth, full employment and even happy moslems(like that would ever happen) as he has stated:

 "The situation in Britain is this: that we have low public debt, we have low inflation, wages are under control."

He follows that up with this by attacking hedge fund boss Jim Rogers, who had been giving dire assessments of the prospects for UK plc and sterling. "If you think we are going to build our policy around the comments of a few speculators who want to make money out of Britain then you are very, very wrong indeed," Cyclops said.

What Mr Rogers had actually stated was that the UK was no longer a good place to do business. I will also ask the not asked question of why is he now attacking the banks without offering business reform as part of lending them monies? As well as keeping quiet on the fact they provided a huge tax input during the good years?

Okay some more madness from the senile one:

"What we did not see, nobody saw, was the possibility of markets failure."

Oh really, so what did our mad PM do with all those warnings over the last 12 fucking years that slid across his desk as both Chancellor & PM? The warnings on rising consumer debt, the warnings on banks trading debt derivatives, the warnings on public spending, the warnings on PFI, the warnings on borrowing by government? Etc etc etc....

Turn them into paper fucking airplanes?

This comment says much of our mono eyed PM:
"The idea that he's a team player is utterly ludicrous. He comes into the Cabinet with a big sheaf of papers and scribbles on them, ignoring the discussion. He sees a small number of civil servants as 'one of us', bypasses others' (A former Permanent Secretary who has worked closely with Gordon Brown, Daily Telegraph, 22 September 2006).
Back to the mono eyed leaders drivel, he ends with this?
"What is the alternative?"
Your death or resignation would be a good solution is my answer. I would like both. Go on Gordon find a tall building and like a bankrupt investment banker just jump off the top.

Gordon's problem is he thinks that the way to resolve the rapidly deepening economic crisis is via 'stimulus packages' with magic money plucked off the magic printing press. To get the banks to lend again and rebuild the very credit bubble and circumstances that landed us in the shit in the first place. Like holding an alcoholics meeting in the local pub, you get full attendance but they all end up dead.

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