Brown Gives £1.5 Billion overseas aid for climate change

#1
Suprise suprise
Brown gives £1.5 Billion out of a total EU £6.5 Bn, by far the most of any EU country.
We're skint, how can we afford this, on such a disputable subject.

VH
 
#2
Where is he getting this from? The same place that he got the 800 million to send to India even though they don't need it? Brown should be shot as a traitor. If the country has that amount of money to splash out, it should be spent on the country, not some hippy fuck with shite.
 

FORMER_FYRDMAN

LE
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#4
He wants to be re-elected, he'll do whatever he can get away with to achieve this and, at the end of the day, it's not his money. It would have been more surprising if he'd resisted the temptation. The creature is a disgrace.
 
#6
Can someone please explain the basics of the economy to me, as I always thought you couldn't spend what you didn't have and as we have fuckall how can we give it away or is he borrowing to give to charity. £1.5 billion sure would sort out a few problems at home as well.

Shite the bloke needs a good kicking.
 
#8
The man is a c*nt pure and simple, I'm not sure he even qualifies as a man.
 
K

Kirkz

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#9
Always easy to give away something that isn't his :x
I'd like to poke his other eye out with a sharp pointy shitty stick :x
Brown you're a grade A1 CNUT!!!
 
#10
Shite the bloke needs a good kicking.[/quote]

He has maxed out one credit card and has now moved on to another card. Oh yea, and we're the ones paying them off. :frustrated:
 
#11
A bit late aren't you? Brown announced this on Tuesday while he was basking in the warm glow of adulation at the climate change conference in Copenhagen. My tip is buy shares in Rolls-Royce motors, Mercedes and LearJet - numbered Swiss bank accounts will be going ballistic for the next few years.

Darling and Brown resemble a married couple where the wife knows that they are deeply in the crap and is trying to do something about it with meagre resources, but is afraid of her husband, while he is in the bookies on a losing streak getting them deeper in the shite.
 
#12
VanHelsing said:
Suprise suprise
Brown gives £1.5 Billion out of a total EU £6.5 Bn, by far the most of any EU country.
We're skint, how can we afford this, on such a disputable subject.

VH
Why the defence budget of course,its economic vandalism pure and simple what a cnut.
 
#13
Anyone remember the cases a few years ago when Councillors were held personally financially responsible for illegal uses of public funds? Funny the same law never applied Ministers...........

Odo
 
#14
I never thought we'd see the day where the leader of our country, from any party, would rather see the UK destroyed than lose the next election.

The sad fact is, he's already lost the vote of every sensible person in the country. There are a large number of spoilt, sandal-wearing, vegetarian, Guardian-reading, university-lecturing airheads whose favour this will have bought.
 
#15
mnairb said:
A bit late aren't you? Brown announced this on Tuesday while he was basking in the warm glow of adulation at the climate change conference in Copenhagen. My tip is buy shares in Rolls-Royce motors, Mercedes and LearJet - numbered Swiss bank accounts will be going ballistic for the next few years.

Darling and Brown resemble a married couple where the wife knows that they are deeply in the crap and is trying to do something about it with meagre resources, but is afraid of her husband, while he is in the bookies on a losing streak getting them deeper in the shite.
Nope not late, he upped the UK contribution today, even worse he is prepared to give more.

Charity begins at home. We need the money here to sort our problems out first.

VH
 
#16
FORMER_FYRDMAN said:
He wants to be re-elected


What? The use of the 're-' implies that the twat was elected in the first place. He's worse than bloody Mr Khazi in frigging Afghanistan.

The money will presumably be conjured up by 'Quantative Easing' so it'll further help to condemn the country to it's death. Mind you, a Brown promise - does anyone these days really believe anything the silly twunt says anymore?
 
#17
Brown`s just feathering his nest as he knows he hasn`t got long left in office. He knows this countries fecked and he hasn`t got a future here after PM, especially where making a few quid is concerned.

Cast your mind back to Bliar, brown noses Bush, makes himself look good to the US, leaves office and walks straight into the lucrative US lecturing circuit, plus all those nice middle eastern contacts he came across whilst PM.

Brown is trying to look the part of international statesman, make a few contacts overseas in various industries by chucking the taxpayers money at them in a round about way. Whats the betting he`ll end up in a lucrative consultancy post in an EU quango because of his 'understanding'.
 
#18
Queensman said:
FORMER_FYRDMAN said:
He wants to be re-elected


What? The use of the 're-' implies that the twat was elected in the first place. He's worse than bloody Mr Khazi in frigging Afghanistan.

The money will presumably be conjured up by 'Quantative Easing' so it'll further help to condemn the country to it's death. Mind you, a Brown promise - does anyone these days really believe anything the silly twunt says anymore?


If the cnut wants to win the election that badly he would be better off bunging us all £50k each in newly printed twenties.
We'd all be better off into the bargain.
 

FORMER_FYRDMAN

LE
Book Reviewer
#19
Queensman said:
FORMER_FYRDMAN said:
He wants to be re-elected


What? The use of the 're-' implies that the twat was elected in the first place. He's worse than bloody Mr Khazi in frigging Afghanistan.

The money will presumably be conjured up by 'Quantative Easing' so it'll further help to condemn the country to it's death. Mind you, a Brown promise - does anyone these days really believe anything the silly twunt says anymore?


Fair point.
 

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