At 11am this morning, Libertarians and all those who believe in simple thrift, honesty, and personal responsibility will be gathering at Old Palace Yard in Westminster to demonstrate their support alongside Old Holborn, Guido Fawkes, Mark Wallace and others who have been desperately trying to get the message across to a population indoctrinated by the main stream media into the belief that âsavage Tory cutsâ will mean old ladies dying in the street and new born babes being fed into the MacDonaldâs hamburger machine.
Britain is teetering on the edge of debt implosion. We still have a reasonable credit rating, thanks to the fiscal austerity of the coalition government â but we are using that to borrow money to lend to the fiscally incontinent. Why?
We hear that we have contributed Â£7 billion pounds to the Irish bailout â âweâ havenât contributed Â£7 billion â âweâ borrowed it from our grand childrenâs labour, using our credit rating to borrow it at a better rate than the Irish could.
What have the Irish done with that money? What do the Irish normally do when they get their hands on a few bob? They are throwing a massive party this summer. One for President Obama, one for the Queen, one for the Pope â even the Dalai Lama and minor European royalty such as the Prince of Monaco are getting their own party.
Did you realise that we were raiding the tax on our childrenâs Labour to pay for a glorious summer of knees ups?
Exactly the same thing has happened in Greece. No sooner did Stavros and his petrol head mates get their hands on 110 billion than they set about spending it â not on front line services, the things they pleaded with us to save â but on a go-Kart track in dusty Patras! 94 billion Euros worth that will provide jobs for some 400 people. What jobs we are not told â selling Coco-cola from roadside stalls to thirsty go-Kart fans?
Remember the Donnington/Silverstone âbite your nails/will they have the money to finish the racetrack in time for Formula 1â² saga? We had no money to help bail out that chaos â and yet we dig deep in our childrenâs pockets to finance a race track in the back end of Patras!
This week the Portuguese have finally âagreedâ to accept 78 billion Euros from a fund to which we are obliged to contribute. They didnât want it, preferring to take money from their old allies the Brazilians, but no, their arm was twisted, and they have given in â now we must borrow more money to give it to them.
It is utter madness, and yet the media continue to portray Britain as an uncaring nation, ruled by âToffsâ who want to drive the working class into the ground with a âsavageâ three year wage freeze.
The truth is that we are busy being a very caring nation indeed, and we are borrowing our childrenâs labour to pay for it.