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Tuesday, 27 November 2007

You are not kidding anyone Gordon!

Who does Gordon Brown think he’s kidding when he says that he’s doing the best he can for the British Armed Forces?
He reckons that each year the government is increasing the budget for the Armed Forces.
As the Armed Forces are fighting two wars together, Iraq and Afghanistan, so it should be getting increased every year.
A good method of working out how committed the government is about spending our countries riches on Defence issues is realising how many percent of it is actually spent. Well, it’s about half of what it was when there was just a threat of war in the middle of the 1980s.
While all this is going on, the position of Defence Secretary has been reduced to a recreational role for the miserable Des Browne, who also has the honour of being Secretary for Scotland.
Reality of the issue is that Our Brave Boys fighting these two unjustified wars are famished of necessary tools and kit, and are forced to live in squalor self-esteem and confidence at the lowest point imaginable. Also, for risking their lives daily, they’re being paid the lowest wages out of all the Government Backed Jobs.
The protectors of this country’s’ rights deserve far better.
One senior Army officer who was expected to run the Army one day has already relinquished his post in revulsion; I wonder who will go next?
And now Gordon Brown has been told by five past chiefs of defences about how disgusting his behaviour has been towards Our Boys in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Get your head out of the sand and take a look at the complete picture Gordan. Do the right thing. You wouldn’t like it if it was happening to yourself or your own son would you?
Same way, these boys too are some ones child and are human beings.
Give them what they’re entitled to and what they deserve. Better Pay, Better Living Conditions, and Better Equipment!

Friday, 16 November 2007

Dream Land for Boozers

The United Kingdom is fast becoming a boozing mad dream land.
Just take a trip down to one of the leading supermarkets near you and you can buy yourself four cans of lager for under a quid. This, according to my maths is cheaper than a two litre bottle of Pepsi Cola, and further equates to people being able to get smashed for less than a pound coin.

I’m sure everyone’s up for a good deal on something they want. However, personally I would hold these big supermarkets responsible for all the people getting drunk and behaving badly under the influence of drink and being a drain on public resources in many forms including taking up hospital time over drink related illnesses and police time.
I would further lay blame on these same supermarkets for enticing young people to drink more by cutting prices of alcohol to such a low level.

It’s been approximated by experts that supermarkets are losing about eight pence on each can of lager sold at such low costs.
It’s obvious that all these people care about is monopolising the market and lining their pockets with everyone’s cash, and not about the bearing such cheap booze is having on our society.

Can’t they see the hospitals full of drunkards stained with blood, our country’s police force struggling to contain violent behaviour promoted by booze, and no decent person daring to venture into town at night for fear of encountering a boozed up group of young people who have lost the ability to make proper decisions, and just want to be a nuisance?

Come on supermarkets, take your rose tinted glasses off, look at the bigger picture, and admit that you are the ones responsible for our country becoming a dream land for booze heads. Stop this idiotic price war to get the most people to buy their alcohol from your supermarkets.
I for one am pleased that the government have increased tax on booze!

Wednesday, 7 November 2007

Stevey Mac, Wake Up!

Football is a diificult and un-predictable game. Which is more the reason why no one could have ever predicted that the England football team manager, Steve McLaren, would decide to travel thousands of miles to Los Angeles on a weird scouting mission to see how David Beckham was performing lately.
What's wrong with that then?
The simple answer is, nothing.
However, when you realise that Beckhams football team, LA Galaxy were in-fact playing an unknown pub team which consisted of a 48 year old goalkeeper and a bunch of Hollywood actors, you should be able to work out that there is absolutely no point in wasting time on watching Beckham play such a team.
I have a feeling that McLaren likes to ice skate, especially so on thin ice.
I am of the opinion that McLaren's running out of time. November 28 2007 is the date of Englands must win Euro Qualifier match against Croatia.
I don't understand what Mac could have possibly achieved from this trip to LA, other than to cost the Football Association a few thousand pounds.
Another thought that crosses my mind is that LA Galaxy are presently manager-less. Perhaps McLaren would rather manage them.
Wake up Stevey boy, or go and manage LA Galaxy and let some one else, more committed take England to victory.