The 14 Words

Monday, 9 September 2013

The end of Britain!


George Osborne tells us the economy is making a recovery thanks to the policies that he and the coalition government  have pursued. He fails to mention the ever increasing debt to be paid with interest by the British people to parasite Jewish banksters. Like all the puppet politicians in of this once great country Osborne talks bollocks. J.H.

In January 2013, the UK’s best-selling financial magazine, MoneyWeek, published the doom-laden article, ‘The End of Britain.’

After advertising their credentials thus:
“We warned investors to take their money out of Europe in 2009, to avoid buying the euro, to stay away from the big banks in 2008 and steer clear of property investments in 2007. We even helped our subscribers find opportunities to profit from the ensuing chaos by stocking up on gold and a number of other assets unpopular at the time.

To our knowledge, no other publication can match our record of correctly anticipating and predicting the financial crisis.”
MoneyWeek said:
“In all recorded history, no country has ever recovered from the financial position we find ourselves in today. No government has ever been able to reverse this trend. No emergency action has ever come close to a solution. This inescapable problem has only ever had one outcome: financial collapse…
This is the most serious warning we’ve ever made. This is not just about your money… it goes deeper than that…
Way back in 2005, when we began warning about Britain’s dangerous debt burden, very few took us seriously... Back then, most mainstream commentators, from the Financial Times to the Daily Mail, just ignored the views we published. People couldn't refute our research... but they weren't ready to accept the enormity of its conclusions either…
No one believed us six years ago when we predicted the oil ‘super spike’ months before it made its 82% climb. No one believed us five years ago, when we anticipated the slide in the pound… And no one believed us three years ago when we advised our readers to ‘SELL EUROPE’. The eurozone crisis has since devastated stock markets across the continent…
We are more certain about this looming crisis than we have been about anything else in our publication’s history… BRITAIN IS ABOUT TO BE FLATTENED BY A TIDAL WAVE OF DEBT…
Two and a half years ago, when the Coalition government formed, we were already in a huge amount of debt. In fact, the previous government had left the country sinking under £700 billion’s worth. Take a look at the following chart:


The Coalition has spent the last two years desperately and very publically trying to get our finances in order. We’ve had an 'austerity' budget. We’ve had tax hikes. We’ve had 'the cuts'. But for all that, our national debt is still growing at an incredible rate.

Despite David Cameron’s talk of 'austerity', he’s going to add an estimated £700 billion to the national debt in just five years. That’s more than Tony Blair and Gordon Brown added to the national debt in eleven years. IT’S MORE THAN EVERY BRITISH GOVERNMENT OF THE PAST 100 YEARS PUT TOGETHER. The fact is, when you look at our finances as a whole, the Coalition isn’t cutting anything. State spending is going up… our national debt is going up… and our interest payments are going up.

By the next general election in 2015, OUR NATIONAL DEBT IS ESTIMATED TO STAND AT ALMOST £1.4 TRILLION… But add in our financial, personal and private debts… and an even darker picture emerges…

Compared to the size of our economy, BRITAIN IS NOW ONE OF THE MOST HEAVILY INDEBTED COUNTRIES IN THE WESTERN WORLD. That’s official. OUR TOTAL DEBTS STAND AT MORE THAN FIVE TIMES WHAT OUR ENTIRE ECONOMY IS WORTH.


1 comment:

  1. Who is all this so called government 'debt' owed to I wonder?
    The only solution to the world's debt is debt cancellation, fuck off international jewish bankers etc you have enough!
    Did not AH do something similar...?
    In Biblical terms this is known as the Day of Jubilee once every 50 years, cancellation of all debt and a return of foreclosed property to the original owner.

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