Saturday, 28 March 2009
Gordon Brown Taking Lessons From South America on Good Financial Management
This will be my last post for ten days, as I am in the process of moving my business away from the UK, whilst I still have one to move. All of my colleagues and skilled staff are moving too. Skilled people I know and have worked with for twenty plus years are leaving for Singapore,Canada, Australia, South America and Africa. Its OK,don't worry, because thanks to Nu Labour's 'business friendly' policies, all of these skilled and experianced people will be replaced by unskilled people attracted to growing State sector employment and benefits culture.
I am flying out on Sunday, as 'Our Leader' flys back from his triumphant world tour, ridiculed in Brussels, Brazil and Chile. All I can see in the near future are baton rounds,teargas and national bankruptcy from this Darien Government.
Brown will go in a few months, certainly within a year,only to be replaced by his big state clone Cameron, promising further tax rises.
We have gone from being a nation of merchant adventurers to inmates of the gulag in sixty short years of welfarism.