Advantages Made small sums of cash initially
Disadvantages Losing huge sums of cash daily
Next years election is just around the corner and I’m lobbying for Labour theme tune should be Tina Turners ‘We don’t need another zero’ – after the dreadful state of the UK’s GDP, we are very close to the Trillion mark so by next year our debt would elapse that. – So spending 40 million a day on being in the European Market, for being a part-time friend of the EU, doesn’t actually make sense. Now the law-makers stroke money-men are just pretending that its not actually their problem, so they give out 9.3 Million incentives to Simon Hester the new CEO of taxpayer owned RBS. Still not making sense! No exactly, when one part of the debt riddled UK jumps the money-men just continues to pee it up the wall. In fact now that the Big firms have come-up with exterminating the lower waged employees by simply not paying anyone for a month, another poor delinquent concept by the CEO’s of firms who are quite happy about not having their months wages. The fact that they have over 75 times the salary of the gerbils at the bottom of the pay scale is simply deranged and they required Russell Grant to sit on them, so they squeal like as if a Dyson has sucked up their scrotums.This is no joke, the UK is working the longest hours than any other nation in the EU. In return the average worker is not getting any of the rewards due to working extra hours. Like the 200 year old Thames water pipes the UK excels in hemorrhages of massive magnitude, bureaucrats hide leaks and therefore in their deranged mind feel they’re doing their job properly. What I have found so evident in the crazy jest in what we call Brussells where over 70% of the UK laws are made, they don’t know the amount of monetry hemorrhages there are because of the spin and the over-killed bureaucrats that synchronize blue-berry muffin eating at 11 am and talk as if they know what is best for the country based on their greed and NVQ’s in ticking multiple choices, and they could ring a friend. Their knowledge has failed the UK and has rinsed out cash for their expertise along with hot shot lawyers who really know nothing except where the best champagne is kept where-ever a whiff of Partnership talk which may include a few more noughts at the end of the month. To say the UK has a problem when it comes to actual work is an understatement, most of these people wouldn’t know how to change a light-bulb, hence the fact they put it on expenses, let alone perhaps reform European Laws, or even change the parliaments constitution, for the sake of UK’s democracy, what-ever that is.
The new House of Commons Speaker John Bercow who is a mere boy at 46 years of age may look like a reformer but his expense claims are very ‘flippin’ creative; going by that, I can honestly say the ‘old guard’ is still in charge when it comes to sweeping bad claims under the carpet. You would of thought that as a democratic process the UK public should of voted in the next Speaker, not the rotten to the core of fraud ministers who are our servants who make-up all this dribble and then expect the public to then wipe their noses with a rose scented handkerchief. – the fact that the Euro ministers are traveling first-class everywhere which is 900 GBP per hop; just going on an hours trip, is typical of the free market the UK bureaucrats are addicted to."Europeans work to live. Americans live to work." There's much to this adage, and even more so than decades ago. This analogy has proven to be advantageous to the free market dreaming the American dream before they woke up and smelt the toxic scent of debt, no mint aroma of the crisp dollar note that entices the US greed machine that we UK public have suffered, thanks to no credit and that credit crunch that just won’t go away. So a new way of thinking is dawning for the EU members; the 6 week annual holiday breaks that they’re entitled to may have to become folk-lore. The Europeans will become like us eventually, overweight, dull and very politically correct. – ‘The Spanish siesta’ will also be scrapped as a national past-time; this will open a debate on what will they do for an hour when the sun is at it’s peak. Perhaps do some work even, just like how it is in the baking trays of Canary Warf, where the ‘red lobster’ look is always in around the height of heat-waves, going by global warming forecasts.
What the large EU countries can do so easily is send off production contracts to the depths of the Eastern European nations, where the wages are lower and so jobs can be saved in the long-term, I’m kidding myself, in the UK the jobs have gone completely as the greed of CEO’s have agreed on huge pension escape-goats to carry on their lavish lifestyles somewhere on the French Riviera. I suppose having a couple of miles of channel is the difference when it comes to a complete cut-off or a total sell-out. What is obvious is that the Europeans do have that choice, change location, or sell-out? It is available here in the UK but I still feel the channel has a bigger psychological reason for a total sell-off of business assets and corporations, resulting in loss of jobs. – You start to see a bigger picture when it comes to the depth of misery that the current down-turn has deployed on the French and Germans, they do have a 9.5% and a 9.8% unemployment rate that shows the hidden massacre that has hit the major firms. Behind the doors of broken firms lay the ruins of people’s lives and a need for change that echoes in the corridors of Westminster especially after so many fiasco’s that opens yet more skeletons in the closet now perched on the ‘duck-house’. – It was of no surprise the BNP has stayed the same in the Euro election yet proportionally did a lot better than any of the main parties.The Euro election results deem to be quite a reading earlier this month they read as follows:
CON 27.7% up 1%
UKIP 16.5% up 0.3%
LAB 15.7% down - 6.9%
LD 13.7% down - 1.2%
GRN 8.6% up 2.4%
BNP 6.2% 1.3%
- The rest don’t matter.
What hit home was the building industry calling out for unions to embark on a conversation to the media about the infamous chant of ‘UK jobs for UK workers’. Our very own Lordship ‘private’ Gordon Brown actually punched out this term in parliament with a clenched Scottish fist looking like William Wallace, no sorry Wallace from Wallace and Gromit. I felt the wind of the tartan kilts as he spurted it all out complete rhetoric of course, we all live in a free market. The reason why these anti fragrant migrants got the UK work is because they knew nothing about the minimal wage and councils thought it was Christmas, or Ramadan. They also cut costs by living 6 to one room illegally; the contracts won was cash in hand also. So, no National Insurance was paid, no taxes were paid. (Please don’t quote me from my taxation review earlier, that was a completely different subject) pause to think pensively. I know the tide of immigrants has thankfully slowed, but the number in Calais waiting to reach these shores are bordering on calamity. There are small villages of these people around the area. You’ve got to hand it to the French, they’ll never have the soft touch when it comes to nationalization and all we have is pathetic Philip Wilas whose immigration laws beggars belief when it came to the Gerkhas. Thank goodness Joanna Lumley stepped in and left a piece of nail varnish on his forehead.Whatever you think of the BNP, the fact they have two seats in the law makers office in Brussels makes it very interesting in regards to EU representative balance, as it is the deeds of a very angry UK public that calls for a voice for the few nationals that still reside on our shores. One thing for sure, through our wonderful transparency that sweeps the UK like a crazy black marker pen, more stories and revelations will be unfolding as the public will want front seats in seeing the MEP expense claims. I fear the black marker pens would be at our expense in more than getting the receipt along with a few staples thrown in for good measure.
Copyright – 06 – 2009 – 1st2thebar
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