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    If you consider the full range of government policies in the main departments, with the possible exception of Education, you would have to conclude Cameron was either ill informed, stupid, scared or a puppet.

    1. Defence - His defence cuts show a complete lack of understanding of our Armed Forces needs and the continuation of the war in Afghanistan on the shirt tails of the Americans has nothing to do with our own self interests.

    2.Law and Order - having just finished Jeffery Archer's 3 prison diaries it is clear nobody in government has a clue how sick the system is.

    3. Foreign Affairs - If Cameron really understood the EU project would he still be pro it?

    4. Immigration - Just ask the average Briton if anyone in government understands this problem?

    5. Health - Does the treatment of our old aged pensioners in hospital indicate a service that is working?

    6. Business - When will they cut red tape?

    7. Families - When will they cut personal taxes?

    7. Governance - This is still an age of a political elite and cronies - why?

    8. Cuts - I'd like to know when they will start?!

    So the list goes on.

    This country faces serious problems,caused by our current political elite, and yet as far as I can see they are failing to tackle or solve any of them.

    So what is it that makes Cameron so useless?

    In my opinion he is all the things I ask above except stupid.

    He is very ill informed except what he gleans from the bubble he is in
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    He is scared to take decisive action for fear of upsetting minority groups.

    And he is almost certainly a puppet for the Tory old guard, like Howe, Heseltine and Hurd who like Heath before them come under the heading of 'Tory wets' who have lost confidence in Britain ever making its way in the world on its own.

    What do you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niall Warry View Post
    If you consider the full range of government policies in the main departments, with the possible exception of Education, you would have to conclude Cameron was either ill informed, stupid, scared or a puppet.

    What do you think?
    I think it's none of the above. Possibly he sees a lot more than you which is why he is Prime Minister and you.. aren't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niall Warry View Post
    with the possible exception of Education,
    You're being overly generous by excluding Education from your list. Don't forget it was this government that tripled university fees to 9000pa.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Niall Warry View Post

    8. Cuts - I'd like to know when they will start?!
    At the end of last March, with an immediate increase in homelessness, from the January first with even more people facing homelessness and from next April when the cuts start to make 800000 people homeless. (All been reported in the media and why one food bank a week is opening up.)

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    A very good move too.

    Quote Originally Posted by Matron View Post
    You're being overly generous by excluding Education from your list. Don't forget it was this government that tripled university fees to 9000pa.

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    It will be interesting to see how the actual figures compare with the forecasts. I'm guessing reality will be a lot less pessimistic than the doom and gloom mongers would have us believe.

    Quote Originally Posted by lankou View Post
    At the end of last March, with an immediate increase in homelessness, from the January first with even more people facing homelessness and from next April when the cuts start to make 800000 people homeless. (All been reported in the media and why one food bank a week is opening up.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CB100 View Post
    It will be interesting to see how the actual figures compare with the forecasts. I'm guessing reality will be a lot less pessimistic than the doom and gloom mongers would have us believe.
    Those figures are from the goverments own impact assessments, the only difference being the government seem to think there is a lot of cheap rental homes for them to move into, there aren't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niall Warry View Post
    Is Cameron ill informed, stupid, scared or just a puppet or something else?
    All of the above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lankou View Post
    At the end of last March, with an immediate increase in homelessness, from the January first with even more people facing homelessness and from next April when the cuts start to make 800000 people homeless. (All been reported in the media and why one food bank a week is opening up.)
    This is why.

    Some people are blacklisted from employment and will never be given a job under the fasacist system we have, and the move towards a command economy and equality. Everything is uniform, so if one place won't give you a job then no place will because they all use the same criteria.


    In an article for the Guardian, marking the 70th anniversary of the Beveridge report, Mr Byrne suggests the ever-increasing housing benefit budget and benefits for long-term unemployment are major flaws in the system.

    He writes: 'Beveridge would scarcely believe that housing benefit alone is costing the country over 20billion a year. That is simply too high.’

    ‘One more heave behind our old agenda won’t do.’

    He would like to see the contributory principle once again restored so there is a more defined link between what people put in and what they in turn receive from the system.

    Mr Byrne believes the centre ground of politics has shifted to the Left on issues such as bankers and equality, but that many voters – even traditional Labour supporters – believe there needs to be a tough line on welfare.
    'It is time for radical rethink of the welfare state': Senior Labour MP calls for dramatic shake-up of benefits system | Mail Online

    We have millions claiming benefit, so if the fascists get their way and kick say half a million off it so they can't get any money they are faced with the choice between starving or crime. They have nothing to lose because the worse that will happen is they will get locked up in prison, and if prison is too tough they will destroy the place down like they did in Strangeways, or even burn it down. UK Prison Riot and Fire - Jan 2011 - YouTube


    Some of the most dangerous people are in the press though. They whip up frenzy and people are so stupid that they go along with it. One reader reports that the unemployed should be made to sift through rubbish on a tip in order to recycle it. They are angry as it is. If you do this then the anger will turn to violence. It creates an underclass that hates normal pig thick Daily Mail readers and will start to attack them if they feel threatened.
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    If you accept their figures but then reject their other conclusions it does seem conveniently selective.

    Quote Originally Posted by lankou View Post
    Those figures are from the goverments own impact assessments, the only difference being the government seem to think there is a lot of cheap rental homes for them to move into, there aren't.

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