Alan Sugar Wants Gordon Brown Back

#1
"Speaking on LBC on Tuesday, the former Spurs chairman and doyen of the home computer market (30 years ago) told Iain Dale: “I wish he’d come back as leader of the Labour Party to be honest with you”.

He added: “He took over from Blair in 2008 or 2007 when the real problems in the world economy broke and he got the blame, as far as England is concerned. It’s absolutely wrong. It wasn’t his fault.”

The rest of this loon's ramblings are here - http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/201...nd-and-bring-back-gordon-brown_n_5985380.html

I've never liked the man, and this just confirms what a lady part he is.
 
#3
An Amstrad moment, methinks.
 
#6
The whole 'Apprentice' thing is sending his judgement and ego into the stratosphere. He should stick to toss TV.

Anyway, it's no surprise, as it was GB who got him ennobled

Stroppy twat too, re his role as the 'Enterprise Tzar'

The tycoon, who is the Government's new business tsar, has confessed he is considering firing himself after five months in the job, having faced a barrage of criticism about his handling of the role.

Lord Sugar was criticised for dismissing business people who complained they could not get money from the banks to stay afloat as 'moaners' who 'live in Disneyland'.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...ing-Govt-business-tzar--hes-getting-flak.html
 
#7
It'll be Mr Tony II: No More Mr Nice Guy next.
 
#8
Bring back Gordon Brown as leader of the Labour Party. That will surely ensure that the PLP (Parliamentary Labour Party) becomes unelectable for 2 parliaments (ten years).
 

AfghanAndy

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#9
"Speaking on LBC on Tuesday, the former Spurs chairman and doyen of the home computer market (30 years ago) told Iain Dale: “I wish he’d come back as leader of the Labour Party to be honest with you”.

He added: “He took over from Blair in 2008 or 2007 when the real problems in the world economy broke and he got the blame, as far as England is concerned. It’s absolutely wrong. It wasn’t his fault.”

The rest of this loon's ramblings are here - http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/201...nd-and-bring-back-gordon-brown_n_5985380.html

I've never liked the man, and this just confirms what a lady part he is.
To play devils advocate, the global financial crash was global, not just in the UK.

People will associate brown and darling with being at the top as therefore being responsible and figures for blame. But the root cause of that global crash happened a decade earlier and started in the US under Clinton.

Brown made some monumental **** ups such as still managing to run a deficit during the boom times, but the electorate have a responsibility as well for still failing to grasp that you can't keep spending more money than you earn. ( something that many politicians still will ignore because they know the electorate will keep on voting for however gives out the most freebies)

As a leader though, I still think brown towers over Milliband who is quite frankly a ******* joke.
 
#13
To play devils advocate, the global financial crash was global, not just in the UK.

People will associate brown and darling with being at the top as therefore being responsible and figures for blame. But the root cause of that global crash happened a decade earlier and started in the US under Clinton.

Brown made some monumental **** ups such as still managing to run a deficit during the boom times, but the electorate have a responsibility as well for still failing to grasp that you can't keep spending more money than you earn. ( something that many politicians still will ignore because they know the electorate will keep on voting for however gives out the most freebies)

As a leader though, I still think brown towers over Milliband who is quite frankly a ******* joke.
Don't forget that Brown was the financial genius who flogged off the UK's gold reserves AFTER telling Goldman Sachs he was going to do so. Obviously the price of gold dropped like a stone before the stuff went to market, so the UK lost billions.
 
#17
Always wondered about Browns letter to the captain of the bomber boats.
I bet it was the first one that targeted individuals. Bet Blair and Balls were the first two on the list.
 
#18
The man is a sulky child, as soon as he lost the election he Foxtrot Oscars back up north only to make the odd appearance when he can bash Murdoch and others he blames for his downfall.

As for Sugar, strikes me as a nasty vindictive bully man, who frankly baffles me how he seems to have made the empire he has.
 

AlienFTM

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#19
Is the moron BSugar (oops that's an unfortunate typo) for real?

Maybe Brown did take over from Blair just as the economy broke, but who the fuck does Sugar think had been running the economy as Chancellor of the Exchequer for the previous ten years? Who does he think was telling Blair how to run the economy, that was run into the ground?

However much the megalomaniac Blair might have been in charge, Brown was his financial advisor.

Gordon "The Best Chancellor Ever" (http://econ.economicshelp.org/2007/03/economic-record-of-gordon-brown.html) Brown. My arrse. (Note this article was written in 2007 before he bombed. My Google search for "gordon brown greatest ever chancellor" preceded the link above with "5 Sep 2012 - Newsflash: Gordon Brown is STILL the worst Chancellor Britain ever had".

I have never thought the square root of fuck-all of the Socialist luvvie Sugar. He just fell in my estimation.

Nob.

Sorry. Yes, that was a bite.
 
#20
To play devils advocate, the global financial crash was global, not just in the UK.

People will associate brown and darling with being at the top as therefore being responsible and figures for blame. But the root cause of that global crash happened a decade earlier and started in the US under Clinton.

Brown made some monumental **** ups such as still managing to run a deficit during the boom times, but the electorate have a responsibility as well for still failing to grasp that you can't keep spending more money than you earn. ( something that many politicians still will ignore because they know the electorate will keep on voting for however gives out the most freebies)

As a leader though, I still think brown towers over Milliband who is quite frankly a ******* joke.
You can play Devils Advocate as much as you want but, Brown had been Chancellor for 10 years before the so-called 'Global Depression' occurred, advised by those 2 'financial wizzkids' Balls and Milliband.

He managed to squander the 'rainy day' money he inherited from the Tories and, totally kill 'Final Salary Pension Pots' along with Final Salary Pensions, after which he advertised the fact that he was going to sell some of the Gold Reserves 6 months before the event so all the clever people managed to depress the price on the open market and, bought it at a steal !

Followed by the RBS/Lloyds debacle which he backed along with Alec Salmond, add to that the clusterfuck of Financial Legislation that he bought in !

All I can say is, thank F**K he was only PM for 3 years and, long may he stay up north of the Border.
 
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