The Cabinet was presented with a document in January 2006 which asked the question: “We’ve spent all this money, but what have we got for it?” This is the same question the public has been asking for many years.
Like children in a sweet shop both Gormless Clown and Ed Bolloxed ignored the warnings that “ineffective spending” must be “closed down” and rather than admit that his own incompetence Brown embarked on a £90billion spending spree that left the country with a record deficit.
So focused was he on his quest for self aggrandisement that he not only ignored prudent financial advice but flew in the face of common sense and increased spending when he became Prime Minister. His ambitions and Marxist training obviously got the better of him and like the megalomaniac he is, he sought only to build his power base at the expense and suffering of the tax-payers of this country.
With Common Purpose and New World Order fixed firmly in his agenda, he set out to pass so many new laws through parliament to change the lives of the tax-payer, to criminalise them to distraction so they couldn’t see what was happening in front of their noses.
Let’s not forget the PFI ‘off the books’ spending too which amounted to hundreds of billions of pounds. The inner city academies for example made the organiser rich at the tax payers expense; public money was used to increase private profitability and the expenditure was never properly reported – this is nothing short of fraud on a grand scale.
Politicians don’t amass substantial private fortunes from thin air – they rake their money together over time from the public purse; Blair is a good example, he entered public office with modest means yet left it a multi-millionaire – how?
We’re all well aware that nothing changes over time and that the fraudsters then are no different to the fraudsters now which leaves a couple of questions:
How long will the British people put up with this type of politics?
How long before Lawful Rebellion becomes a real option?
How long before Lawful Rebellion becomes the ONLY option?
The Proceeds of Crime Act is one of the tools available to government departments in their pursuit of allegations of fraud and even though it was designed for drug cartels and the like, it is being used against disabled and elderly people all the time – it’s about time this draconian legislation is used against politicians to recoup the money they steal from the public purse and return it to the tax-payer.