Whilst our politicians and media keep persecuting the less unfortunate in our society. Our politicians themselves keep flaunting the law and enriching themselves at the expense of us. It was time there was a full and determined investigation of all our politicians. After our MPs, then Manchester City Councillors.
A thoughtful critique on George Osborne’s speech and all it entails. I would not agree with the writer that things were improving under Labour. I see them both, as seriously evil, political parties that protect the rich and corrupt. And have not taken on-board, the fact we have to move away from this ‘growth’ mentality. We live on one planet but living as if we live on three.
I’ve been a bit out of circulation since yesterday evening because of work travel, so maybe someone else has already done this. But maybe not. Most of the media reports I’ve seen on George Osborne’s speech yesterday at the Tory party conference have centred on his laughable scheme to have employees swap their employment rights for shares in their employer’s company. I’ll take a look at why it’s ridiculous too, but first I want to take a look at the other things he said and what they say about him.
My mother used to love reciting the old saying, ‘Whenever you point a finger at anyone else, you’re pointing three back at yourself’. Of course, that that was a form of finger-pointing never seemed to occur to her – but that doesn’t mean it isn’t often true!
So, let’s take a look at Osborne’s speech in some detail (though I’m…
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