Thursday, 12 February 2009

British Jobs for Japanese Workers


Good Old Hoon! You have to admit he's reliable and consistent.

He'll fuck up everything, every time. Maybe it come of sucking too much on Gordon's knob?

Unbelievably in the current economic climate and political climate, with wildcat strikes over British Jobs for British Workers, the Hoon decides to give the
£7.5 billion contract for new trains to Hitachi (carefully but not well hidden in a consortium with some UK finance and a bit of construction, because the Japanese are risk averse and skint and they'd have to have the cosntruction stuff done here - but the trains will be designed, engineered, built in Japan by Japanese workers )

They could have been built in Derby. You have to wonder what Hoon gets out of the deal?

The Penguin

14 comments:

bofl said...

i really think they are doing it deliberately now.......

Wyrdtimes said...

Absolute fuckers.

And where are the unions? Nowhere.

Anonymous said...

Hoon lying surely not.

Mind you he is a cunt.

Evil Clanger said...

There is an irony in a Derby MP handing contracts to a foreign country for the building of trains.

Odin's Raven said...

They don't make important decisions. They're just a front for their masters, giving affront to the public.

The Penguin said...

Posted at my place by microdave.

"A few days ago the "Daily Star" printed a "British Jobs For British Workers" poster on the middle pages. Today they report that one guy who put a copy up at his works has been sacked as a result.
http://dailystar.co.uk/news/view/69268/Sacked-for-putting-up-a-Daily-Star-save-Brit-jobs-poster-/ "

The Penguin

Oliver said...

Hoon had to sub contact this job to Japan because he was told to by his leader. Obviously because we have lost most of the skills to build trains. So much for British jobs for British workers, again, where are the unions!

Prodicus said...

You wonder what he'll get out of it? Fired by his constituents and a peerage for loyal service to the Great Leader. Sod the voters and sod the country. Hoon will do all right. Proof that they know they're finished when they don't even bother to look after their own seats. Oops -I mean electors.

cornyborny said...

The half hour wait in my GP's surgery this morning was brightened considerably by reading a magazine about Brunel and the GWR. No idea what it was doing there, but it was a great read.

Now this depressing filth.

I honestly hope that the genuinely hard-working, innovative, brave and compassionate people who made this country great can't see the place today.

Arseholes said...

Fucking wanker.

Anonymous said...

on a seperate but topically related matter, did you see him go 20 shades of red on question time last week though? pure entertainment value! i thought he was going to reach over and wallop the Liberty lady.

Anonymous said...

Brits are basically too thick and lazy to build trains now. While they've been reading the Daily Dimwit and been fed the delusion they have some alleged right to a job coz they's bwitish, firms have been getting on with hiring foreigners who can actually do the job far better and cheaper.
Quite frankly I wouldn't feel safe in a british built train anyway, if I ever used them.

it's either banned or compulsory said...

Nice of BBC Radio 2 to announce yesterday that this deal had created or saved 12,000 British jobs.

formertory said...

They could have been built in Derby. You have to wonder what Hoon gets out of the deal?

Err... fast trains built by people who know how to build fast trains instead of fast trains built by people who only know how to build little electric hamster cages with slidy doors?

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