Thursday, 25 March 2010

Fools Gold


The nokias will be flying at Downing Street today. With just six weeks until the people get to decide who they want in Parliament, he's being forced to explain why he sold all their 400 tons of gold to some bloke at Gold4cash on the tellybox, losing us £ 7 BILLION

Gordon Brown has been ordered to release information before the general election about his controversial decision to sell Britain's gold reserves.

The decision to sell the gold taken by Mr Brown when he was Chancellor is regarded as one of the Treasury's worst financial mistakes and has cost taxpayers almost £7 billion.

Mr Brown and the Treasury have repeatedly refused to disclose information about the gold sale amid allegations that warnings were ignored.

55 comments:

Oldrightie said...

He did not sell it. He gave it to his mates Bliar and Pete Pederast, EDF and his brother etcetera!

Billy Blofeld said...

Music to my ears.

I can't believe the fat fuck has been allowed to get away with destroying the economy and our finances - whilst half the country remain ignorant that Brown has totally fisted us up the poo pipe.

Ampers said...

Hey! Be reasonable, there are legitimate security reasons why the government can't release this information.

I mean, thirty-seven thousand Brits storming Downing Street to lynch Brown is certainly a good reason, innit?

Ampers

Anonymous said...

What do you mean 'us'? That gold did not belong to you, it belonged to the British state. You have no claim to it whatsoever, and whatever the crown wants to do with its gold its its affair, not yours.

You need to explain what the pound sterling is, why people should own their own gold, and, since you are running for parliament, make a statement about all of this as one of your policies.

The power to inflate the fiat currency known as the pound is how New Labour is able to pay for wars and its police state by stealing the value of people's savings through what amounts to the ultimate stealth tax.

Once again, any serious politician (or person) that wants to solve the problem of big government needs to have a clear stated policy on the pound, the Bank of England printing press, and what he proposes to do about all of it.

When the power to create money is removed from government, their power to destroy is also removed.

Well, what about it OH? These context-less posts simply do not cut it any more. You need to be able to do as least as well as statists like Carswell who posts about this subject with a small amount of context.

As for 'security reasons' how about the security of the savings of all the British people, who have had their money inflated out of existence?

Cunts, cunts everywhere, but nothing worth a fuck. said...

Yeah, yeah. I'm sure the House of Cunts will be holding an investigation.

Fuckin useless scumbags!

Uncle Marvo said...

Who said "belonged to the British State"? "The Crown"?

Utter cock. The British State does not exist. The British State, if there is such a thing, is us Brits. All of us.

The rest of it is soil and water.

It is just this kind of thinking that has landed us in the steaming pile in which we now find ourselves.

Now how about a nice cup of shut the fuck up, or do a bit of research?

And, for anyone who's interested, the reason my video isn't on YouTube yet is because I haven't yet found anyone with the balls to admit that they voted this lot in.

Surprise.

Anonymous said...

It was done to save some banks of course. This article explains http://tinyurl.com/yemfebe

Anonymous said...

The British State does not exist. The British State, if there is such a thing, is us Brits. All of us.

If you have any legitimate claim to the gold that the state sold (whoever you say it belonged to), then why did you not complain at the time it was stolen from you?

The truth is, you have no paperwork showing you had a legitimate claim to that gold, or anything else that belongs to the Crown, the British state, or anyone for that matter. You never had possession of it, sight of it, receipts for it (no, the paper money in your pocket is not redeemable for gold).

So what EXACTLY is it you are claiming that you owned?

bofl said...

19 th Nov 1967

The Prime Minister, Harold Wilson, has defended his decision to devalue the pound saying it will tackle the "root cause" of Britain's economic problems.
The government announced last night it was lowering the exchange rate so the pound is now worth $2.40, down from $2.80, a cut of just over 14%.
The decision came after weeks of increasingly feverish speculation and a day in which the Bank of England spent £200m trying to shore up the pound from its gold and dollar reserves.
In a radio and television broadcast this evening, the Prime Minister said devaluation would enable Britain to " break out from the straitjacket" of boom and bust economics.
Harold Wilson's Labour government came close to launching a financial coup d'etat at the height of the 1968 financial crisis.
According to Cabinet papers he had drawn up an emergency package, code-named Operation Brutus, which would have meant "a drastic and permanent abandonment of the sterling system as it has been known".
Brian Walden, then a backbench MP, says the "mad plan" would have involved forbidding foreign travel, banning any cash from being sent abroad, effectively seizing pensions held abroad - "a virtual financial coup d'etat".
The crisis came to a head in March, the year after the government had already been forced to devalue the currency.
Chancellor Roy Jenkins had forced through a swingeing package of cuts, which had brought howls of protests from ministers.
But worse was to come as investors threatened to abandon sterling all together.
On 14 March, things started to come apart. The US asked Britain to close the gold market, there was an emergency ministerial meeting with the Queen and Foreign Secretary George Brown resigned, claiming he had been kept out of the decision making process.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Gordon Brown was advised NOT to announce selling the uk gold. His stock answer is that he bought euros with the money. That may well be true. But of course flooding any market pushes down the price whether it is gold, shares, bonds, oranges or old boots. Any City trader knows this. Any 12 year old too…..but no...big head Gordon went and made his statement…………..he should be prosecuted for this………….

The sad fact though is that the Cons don’t seem to understand it either. Cameron has allowed Brown to get away with this at PM panto time on many occasions..
How many more years will we let them get away with all this shit?
They never fooking learn do they?
Is there one judge or police chief that will grow some balls?

Uncle Marvo said...

I didn't complain when it was sold because I didn't know he'd done it.

If indeed it needed to be sold, and at the time it apparently didn't, because the sole purpose of its sale was to make some numbers look better, some considerable research should have been undertaken by someone qualified to ascertain the proper price. That clearly was not done. It was the decision of one man who has the distinction of being the very same man who, aided and abetted by a pair of like-minded individuals, is responsible for the final nails in the coffin of this once-great nation.

I need no paperwork. I, and my ancestors, worked for the gold. We are the state. One unelected idiot is not. Most of the people who did vote for the fiasco which is draining our resources like a sewer pump work for the public service, an oxymoron if ever there was, and as such produce nothing and make no contribution to the stockpile of assets.

No, the paper money in my pocket is worthless. I know that. I don't claim to own the gold either.

What I know is that the Crown has sold me down the river, along with my kids and dog and everything I hold dear, and the state is all of us. It is not an entity. I have no respect for the Crown, although I had once. Same goes for the "state". Long time ago now.

Next?

How about a name?

Ampers said...

I have a trusty pile of Krugerrands, and they are not lodged in a British or European bank!

Ampers

bofl said...

more evidence........somebody arrest the cowdenbeath hoon please!!!!

Accountants at Grant Thornton reckon that Culpability cost taxpayers 2 billion by selling 400 tonnes at the bottom of the market."the timing of the decision was ludicrous," said Peter Fava, then head of precious metals at HSBC. "We told them [the BoE] – you are going to push the price down before you sell it." That's just what happened, of course. Gold sank by almost one-tenth on the back of Gordon Brown's decision to announce his sales ahead of time. - "I was surprised they had chosen the auction method," adds Martin Stokes, a former vice-president at J.P.Morgan. "It indicated they did not have a real understanding of the gold market.
Clueless or not, however, it didn't matter. The Bank of England had no say in the matter. It only got to advise the government on HOW to sell the gold. The fact of the sale itself had already been decided by the Treasury. And since then, says the Times, the government has since defied calls to release minutes and emails written at the time. The Times says it's because the experts warned the government to hang onto its gold.


ultra twat!

politics is rothschilds pantomime said...

Rothchilds of the nWO told him to sell and and to announce it so the price would crash and rothschild gets a bargin, leaving as always Britain bust, this is rothschilds chief trick, that crashing markets to force loans from his loanshark company and starting wars to furth loans to his loanshark company and his military industrial complese owed buy his corporate cartel buddies, he keeps this under the radar as he owns the news gathering agencies.

If you studied this, you would realise the elections mean nothing and the blame is always left with the last puppet that severed the rothschilds rather than rothschild himself.

Everything is aimed at taking the heat off the real rulers of this country, oh and the royals have shares in his banking cartel, which means while we have been enslaved to rothschild and his cartel the royals are making undisclosed billions of our misery.

Oh and the global warming hoax pushed by the `govermet`, also pushed by the royals and the rothschilds, for a reason. de industralise the west and ramp up the control grid while feeding money directly into their pockets and their global enslavement organisations.

every thing you ever thought was real in politics was just a cruel hoax.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zN7ioCiSmtc&feature=player_embedded

Anonymous said...

I need no paperwork. I, and my ancestors, worked for the gold. We are the state. One unelected idiot is not.

Im afraid that this simply is not the case. Your ancestors worked for their own money, and paid a percentage of that money in taxes to the state. The gold Gordon Brown sold was part of the accumulated taxes of generations, all of it belonging to the Crown / State. It was not ever your property.

You are not the state. This is a complete delusion. The fact that the gold that you claim belonged to your ancestors, giving you a rather nebulous claim as an inheritor, was sold without reference to you should be an indication of this to you.

No, the paper money in my pocket is worthless. I know that. I don't claim to own the gold either.

If you are not claiming that the gold was yours, then you have no cause to complain that it was sold, or even given away for nothing. It has nothing to do with you whatsoever.

It is up to you to protect the value of your money (the money you actually earn yourself) by buying your own gold with your worthless fiat currency, and then holding that gold in your own possession. The government will not be able to destroy its value via the printing press, and your stored value will be saved intact.

PtPd said...

My Palladium and Platinum have done much better than Gold, thanks.

Gold isn't the only precious metal, in fact it's so common even chavs have it. It's about as Fiat as paper, and there is many year's worth of industrial supply above ground.

It's claimed however that there is only ever about a year's worth of Platinum and Palladium about, which makes it much more difficult to manipulate the price and improves it's long term prospects.
Pt and Pd can be held VAT free in an allocation account with a bullion dealer.

Uncle Marvo said...

@Anon

You argue a good argument, although you are quite wrong.

It simply is the case. The tax I pay to the state is for all of us, not for one man to do with what he will.

It is not an indication of anything to me that the gold was sold, and below proper value, excepting that he who sold it has grossly misunderstood his job description.

I am the state, and you are the state. Otherwise the state does not exist. I assume that you are either Blair, Brown or Mandelson if you believe otherwise. Or maybe another of those wonky NewLabourites.

I am not claiming that the gold was mine, but a small portion of it was. Otherwise we have fully embraced communism.

It is indeed up to me to protect the value of my money. Sadly the government (not the state) feels fit to take most of it off me if it can.

I do not buy gold. It do not see its value as guaranteed. I invest what I have in training for me and mine, to further my prospects as someone who works for "money".

Anyway, I am hijacking OH's blog. I must stop. Would you like to take it outside?

Anonymous said...

Gold isn't the only precious metal, in fact it's so common even chavs have it. It's about as Fiat as paper

This is completely and utterly false:

"The term fiat money is used to mean:

* any money declared by a government to be legal tender.

* state-issued money which is neither legally convertible to any other thing, nor fixed in value in terms of any objective standard.

The term derives from the Latin fiat, meaning "let it be done". Where fiat money is used as currency, the term fiat currency is used. Today, most national currencies are fiat currencies, including the US dollar, the euro, and all other reserve currencies."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiat_money "

Gold is not fiat, because it cannot be created out of thin air by a declaration 'let it be done' or more accurately, 'let the printing presses roll', or 'let the quantitative easing begin'.

You could not have made a more backwards statement.

microdave said...

Platinum & Palladium can also be found underneath every modern car - in the Catalytic converter. Which is why they are often targets for theft...

bofl said...

the gold reserve was built up by stealing money from everyone- as usual.

the government are supposed to protect the currency and assts of the country.......Brown and the rest of the thieves have not done this......
is this treason?

whatever the arguments about who owns it..Brown is still a useless hoon.......

if it was announced to make the priice collapse for certain traders who were short then this is ILLEGAL!!!!!!!!!

Market manipulation carries a prison sentence and a heavy fine......

over to the met or SOCA i suppose?

Anonymous said...

'cus we all know, having TOO MUCH gold is a bad thing, amirite?

FUCK YOU GORDON!!!

Gordon the Fence Post Tortoise said...

I like my conspiracy theories probably more than the avarage - but I always have a very cynical and throrough fact checking expedition when something juicy pops up.
.
The Broon.... well, look at the stable where the saviour was born! - a primary sponsor being a paid Comintern operative!
.
If one judges the man on the basis of his ability to bring chaos to the west - he's done rather well eh? OK eyes to the heavens , hand on heart - sing brother!

Bonkers - check
Corrupt - check
Liar - check
Unelected - check
Incompetent - check
Embarrasing Buffoon - check

Yes, the joke still holds up.

While stitching up the hand of a 75 year old Devon farmer, who cut it
on a gate while working cattle, the rural doctor struck up a
conversation with the old man. Eventually the topic got around to
Gordon Brown.

Well, you know," drawled the old farmer, "this Brown fellow is what
they call a fencepost tortoise." Not being familiar with the term, the
doctor asked him what a fencepost tortoise was. The old farmer said,
"When you're driving along a country road and you come across a fence
post with a tortoise balanced on top, that's called a fencepost
tortoise."

The old farmer saw a puzzled look on the doctor's face, so he
continued to explain, "You know he didn't get up there by himself, he
definitely doesn't belong up there, he doesn't know what to do while
he is up there, and you just have to wonder what kind of idiots put him
up there in the first place.

Pissed off voter said...

He sold it to fund this shower of lying shits:-

http://www.ukctcs.org/ukctcs/Staff.php

Who wouldn't be in a job if you read this:-

http://www.antibrains.com/shs.html

Anonymous said...

It simply is the case. The tax I pay to the state is for all of us, not for one man to do with what he will.

This is false. The tax you pay is used by the state to do whatever it wants. The only time you can influence this is at the polls, and that process is a complete sham.

The tax you pay is not 'for all of us'. There is no document you can even point to that says that.

I am the state, and you are the state. Otherwise the state does not exist. I assume that you are either Blair, Brown or Mandelson if you believe otherwise. Or maybe another of those wonky NewLabourites.

You and I are not the state, and yet the state does exist; it is the 646 (soon to include one masked troublemaker) and the tens of thousands of state employees. You are a collectivist and a statist, and I am a Libertarian.

You may have meant to say that "You and I are society", but even then I would not agree with you, me being a Libertarian.

I am not claiming that the gold was mine, but a small portion of it was. Otherwise we have fully embraced communism.

Which portion of it was yours? Do you have a receipt? Did you pay the physical gold into the bank of England? I suspect not. That gold was put there by people other than you. By your ancestors in the time when gold was money, and in more recent times, by transactions made by the Bank of England for its own purposes. You have no claim whatsoever to that gold or any money that you pay over to someone else, no matter what you may think. Even if you accept that the state works on your behalf, you pay monies to them so that they can provide services to you, not so that you can own a quotal share in 'Britain Incorporated'.

It is indeed up to me to protect the value of my money. Sadly the government (not the state) feels fit to take most of it off me if it can.

But why is this a problem for you? You are the state are you not, so in fact you are taking it from yourself. You should be happy about this. You elect the government, which is made up of members of your state, so they are selling what belongs to them also. It is all enlightened self interest, the self interest of the collective state!

I do not buy gold. It do not see its value as guaranteed. I invest what I have in training for me and mine, to further my prospects as someone who works for "money".

That is laudable, and your choice. What you cannot do is complain when the money you earn and have saved no longer buys what it used to be able to buy. The purchasing power of your money is evaporating while you watch your bank balance go up, so that where you used to be able to buy a pint of beer for one pound, you now have to pay with three. Your money is now worth one third of what it used to be worth. All because you 'do not see gold's value as guaranteed' whereas you see the value of the fiat pound guaranteed. Yes indeed; guaranteed to go down.

Look at any chart of the value of gold against any commodity, and you will find yourself corrected.

Or you could watch this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6NfXk7Bvc8

and replace the word 'Dollar' with 'Pound'.

Anyway, I am hijacking OH's blog. I must stop. Would you like to take it outside?

'The room with the grey ceiling?'

No, this is the right place for this discussion. Stop if you must though. Thanks.

Uncle Marvo said...

I shall continue if OH says it is OK so to do.

Anonymous said...

Gold

Anonymous said...

He sold the real gold and left us with the fake bars.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0-hGHJSgNA&feature=player_embedded

Oh and to the twat who said we do not own the gold, we are the state we just entrusted Doom to manage it for us, in the same way you may grant your stockbroker to manage your shares.

You are doom and i collect my £5 of fiat usery money

hangemall said...

A month or two ago, I put up an O/T comment about Gordon selling the gold.

It was a link to an article saying that last year the Chinese drilled out a gold bar and found that it was Wolfram (also known as Tungsten) inside. Gold and Tungsten have almost exactly the same density so that it would be difficult to tell a fake by weighing.

I asked if this was why Gordon sold it off, i.e. that he knew that some of the gold was fake. AFAIK there were no further comments on this.

Anyway, here is another link.

Uncle Marvo said...

It'd be better to fill them with Mercury, it's a closer molecular weight than Tungsten.

Be easier to do as well, being liquid, but you'd have to fill them well or it would slop about inside.

Mercury used to be quite cheap, probably still is. Just empty your garden thermometers into a gold bar - simples! Drop a ittle Iron, or something equally cheap and comparatively light in there to make up the difference. Or just go for half Lead and half Osmium. Don't know where you can get Osmium though.

Right. I'm off to the garden centre.

I am Stan said...

Here`s a man with the Golden touch!

Uncle Marvo said...

@Stan:

Hold on, I recognise that gold!

hangemall said...

anon 12:27 OOPS Your comment came up as I was putting mine together.

Anonymous said...

£7 billion is small beer compared to what has been spunked away on
1) EUSSR membership
2) pointless wars
3) a general level of mind boggling waste and incompetence
The one-eyed cunt makes Mad King Ludwig look like a miser.
Urban11

I am Stan said...

Fuck off Marvo....its MINE I TELL YA...ALLLLLL MMMMMINE....

bofl said...

talking of assets......

i wonder who brown really works for?

some seem to think it's rothschilds etc........but lots of labour figures have been outed recently as working for the russians.....harold wilson/jack jones...and grdnon just loved jack......

brwon is typical of the sort of person who could be turned......out on the streets at the age of 13 selling papers to raise money for the africans.......fast tracked at school and packed off to uni where he would learn to despise the rich (whilst getting a free education of course which no longer exists in England) .....

all the time fighting his cause in the belief that he was doing good........but all the while being duped...wouldnt be the first or the last..........dont believe we have dirty tricks nowadays?

see the mumbai hotel killings and the mossad hit squad with uk passports.


getting him nailed for the gold fraud would be a start!!!!!!!!

Ron Broxted said...

My German uncle Fritz who came to settle here after the second world war with just the clothes he stood in, plus his Iron Cross first class, and a suitcase full of gold teeth, or so I am told by my father. The subsequent sale of the gold teeth I understand set him up in the loan shark business in Peckham, back in the 50's. At least my uncle knew the right time to sell the gold teeth when gold was at a high, unlike that gormless cunt gordon.

Anonymous said...

Esther Rantzen:
Did,nt she seek Jury Team finance?

British Insurgent said...

The great ruiner has almost completed his plan to make everyone equal by ruining us all.

Socialism.

Fabianism.

In a civilised world such evil would be outlawed & those that believe in them incarcerated for the public good.

Congratulations on your selection OH - I look forward to your campaign.

Anonymous said...

It is easy to explain why he did it.He is a one eyed fucking wank stain CUNT. Hope the cunt gets a terminl illness.

Ray St.Clair said...

As a freeman, Im otfen often where to put my monies.

Look no further than:
http://www.silversecurities.co.uk/

Where CASH is TRASH

Tarquin Geezer III said...

"Gold isn't the only precious metal, in fact it's so common even chavs have it. It's about as Fiat as paper, and there is many year's worth of industrial supply above ground."

Very true, every man and his dog owns this useless element, I on the other hand store my wealth in the Noble Gases. My xenon and argon investments will go to the moon once the herd comes around to my thinking.

Ampers said...

Im investng in my own METHANE
especially as I have an endless supply.

NB: Any chavs "tunong in"
I no longer pocesss Krugerands.

Catflap said...

Sorry OT:
All my posts are from the perspective of a half empty glass point of view.
I would be useless to America as a result but maybe not the UK so much.
If not prosperous, Britain would certainly not be in the shit like it is if I had been at the healm.
My way of thinking though is not condusive to success, and I would love you to succeed in your battle.
I won't pipe up on the matter again.
RE: Broxted/Mckegan.
Getting things in perspective he/they don't come crashing through my laptop screen to mollest the famly cat, so where's the harm?

PtPd said...

@ Anonymous 11:55

Gold IS quasi-fiat. It's value is almost wholly abstract and sentiment driven, like glass beads or bits of fancy paper.

It's only real value is it's practical industrial purpose. There are many decade's worth of gold for industrial use above ground, not so with Platinum and Palladium.

caesars wife said...

I am very much looking forward to this , a reserve is not somthing you plunder when times are good , dear prudence must have understood of the need for reserves ,let alone one that is a precious metal and not fantasy credits on speculative bits of paper.

Of course there are the more deliberate thoughts to do with marxists new world orders , but reserves are perhaps the most sensative instrument of our understanding of governance and national hard times.

The incompetence and lite touch city regulation that this goverment implimented and let the banks (or certain banks)to become dependent on money markets and unstable , is all part of the ruins "end to boom and bust" , quite wether he had in mind an end to capitalism by blowing everyones persoanl wealth and national reserves away in a self collapsing debt bubble ,some would say is speculation , however the secrecy of all this and the ruins refusal to rectify any of the big debt problems or even stop spending and rebuild the rserve just leaves the question hanging. "have labour commited gross fraud and decieved the british people and wasted their historic commonwealth for political purposes"

CW hopes that the ruin will enjoy his enjoy his new clothes , he surely deserves them .

PtPd said...

BTW folks, you can check out the multi-year graphs for precious metals here:
http://66.38.218.33/charts/livegold.html

Go to "historical charts" and select the multi-year graphs on the bottom.
Compare Gold, Platinum and Palladium.

You'll see that huge palladium blip in 2000, that's when the russkis were selling their Palladium and but first drove up the prices, to 2.5 times today's value

Catflap said...

Gold is a universal constant. Always was,always will be, unless they invent a machine to make the fucking stuff.
Gordon Brown showed in those early days what an incompetent cunt he was for him to think otherwise.
Unless,
Selling it was deliberate.
Look at him giving the BoE the responsibility of setting interest rates for example.
New Labour are all about centralising power not giving it away,so why do it?
My theory is 'Plausable deniability'.
Cheap credit,inflated houseprices and massive debts, to fill the houses with chinese shit to live the dream.
'Started in America' and 'Global problem' fits the deniability claim.
Brown selling the Gold?
Fuck knows,maybe to do with making Britain more interdependant on global financial creditors.

Catflap said...

Sorry CW I didn't see yours.

Catflap said...

Bollocks,while i've got the floor try this theory about the whole New Labour project.
Labour learnt well by the Conservatives.Keep people focused on houseprices and patio heaters and the government can get on with the real job in hand.
Rather than be bounced around by interest rate setting and economic issues like Norman Lamont was, give the job to someone else.
The brief to the BoE being, provide the conditions for boomshanka and we will provide a toothless regulator.
The Job in hand was this and still is,fucking intergration into Europe.That is it.
Focus the public away from the big issue Europe and when the bubble goes pop not only are you further intergrated in it but you Need Europe fucking more than you did before.
Even now, Europe hardly features on the election issue radar and Cameron certainly isn't bringing it up.
Europhiles and Europe should be the only game in town for us to target.

Uncle Albert said...

I'm putting my dosh into 50,000 Superkings.
In times of crisis, everybody needs a fag.

Tarquin Geezer III said...

Quick, somebody dig up some gold over there, so we can put it back in the ground over here, and maybe it will appease Amun-Ra.

$$$ CENSORED FROM GUIDO FAWKES $$$ said...

the arms race: essential reading for all the president's men:

how can something so beautiful have such an ugly price? how can africa be a man and a woman at the same time? will the world's most powerful go-between be conveniently martyred into an historic black icon by a white supremacist? or will his name be darkened from the civil-rights billboard by his african constituency first? israel-palestine is regrettably an horrific sideshow - it's not a choice between siding with israel or palestine, it's a choice between siding with gangsters or africa. the clock has stopped, sir - time to make your mark.

barack obama: the cia president with his eyes on the prise

joseph kabila: the cuckoo president

david cameron: the president's state governor

$$$ CENSORED FROM GUIDO FAWKES $$$ said...

the arms race: essential reading for all the president's men:

how can something so beautiful have such an ugly price? how can africa be a man and a woman at the same time? will the world's most powerful go-between be conveniently martyred into an historic black icon by a white supremacist? or will his name be darkened from the civil-rights billboard by his african constituency first? israel-palestine is regrettably an horrific sideshow - it's not a choice between siding with israel or palestine, it's a choice between siding with gangsters or africa. the clock has stopped, sir - time to make your mark.

barack obama: the cia president with his eyes on the prise

joseph kabila: the cuckoo president

david cameron: the president's state governor

$$$ CENSORED FROM GUIDO FAWKES $$$ said...

the arms race: essential reading for all the president's men:

how can something so beautiful command such an ugly price? how can africa be a man and a woman at the same time? will the world's most powerful go-between be conveniently martyred into an historic black icon by a white supremacist? or will his name be darkened from the civil-rights billboard by his african constituency first? israel-palestine is regrettably an horrific sideshow - it's not a choice between siding with israel or palestine, it's a choice between siding with gangsters or africa. the clock has stopped, sir - time to make your mark.

barack obama: the cia president with his eyes on the prise

joseph kabila: the cuckoo president

david cameron: the president's state governor

Rogerborg said...

It's not so much that they sold so much of it, it's that they announced that they were going to sell so much of it. Surprise surprise, the price plummeted before any of it hit the markets.

Me, I'd call that enemy action.

Anonymous said...

OH, if (when) you do get a seat in the House of Whores I hope you'll stir up shit for fuckwit Brown & make great attempts to have him arrested & charged for treason & treachery.

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