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Brown outlines plan to enslave humanity

Posted by seumasach on March 4, 2009

The ball is in the court of the international comminity: do they wan’t London and Washington to “help them rebuild the global economy”? Let’s hope not for all our sakes. Brown is now almost delirious as he fantasises about global leadership. He even repeats the claim that America put a man on the moon.

Gordon Brown fails to match Tony Blair’s standing ovations from Congress as he urges U.S. to halt ‘hurricane’ of recession

Mail on Sunday

4th March, 2009

Gordon Brown today called on America to shoulder its historic responsibilities by using its vast wealth to help stem the ‘hurricane’ of recession battering the world.

He urged the planet’s only superpower to ‘share its prosperity’ with poorer countries as he pleaded with Congress to back his plan for a global ‘new deal’ for economic recovery.

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Milk with your Credit crunch?

Posted by smeddum on October 26, 2008

Milk with your credit crunch?
by MICHAEL CARABOTT Malta independent online

What’s the capital of Iceland? About e2.50. Milk with your credit crunch? What’s the difference between an investment banker and a large pizza? A large pizza can feed a family of four.

These are just some of the jokes doing the rounds in the UK at the minute. But despite the stiff upper lip and the Britons’ uncanny ability to take it squarely on the chin and get on with it, the mood is very bleak. Read the rest of this entry »

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