Martin Durkin’s Next Swindle Story

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I remember German journalist Dirk Maxeiner asking the question: “How can politicians believe they can limit the temperature of the planet when they can’t even get their own spending under control?”

Martin Durkin brings his latest swindle documentary: Britain’s Trillion Pound Horror Story. If you don’t remember Martin Durkin, he produced “The Great Global Warming Swindle”.

Personally I’d call it “The Trillion Pound Heist”. Sorry, but all these politicians who have irresponsibly run up the debt, not only in Britain, but elsewhere too, are a bunch of thieving bastards who ought to be locked up – if you’ll pardon my French.

A must watch for the big spenders in Washington, Berlin, Brussels, Paris,… too.

They looted from the next generations, and even unborn generations.

It’s no wonder they now want to rob us blind with their phony climate scam. “It’s only question of time before socialists run out of other people’s money to spend”. I think Maggie Thatcher said that.

UPDATE: Let me add a little more to this. Go to the 34 minute mark of this Mark Levin audio and listen to it. Listen to how Mark is calm – until the caller at about the 35:40 mark says the politicians ought to be ashamed of themselves. Note the amazing speed – within a tenth of second – at which Mark Levin reacts and is set off .

No, they should be in federal prison!”

Mark Levin’s reaction here is spot on. Bunch of crooks.

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13 responses to “Martin Durkin’s Next Swindle Story”

  1. TinyCO2

    I couldn’t watch it. Too depressing.

    Last year, before the change of government, there was a debate with some MPs and a studeo audience. A guy from the Citizens Advice Bureau was there and he said that the first advice they gave people asking for financial advice was to put away money during the good times for a rainy day. “Where’s the UK rainy day fund,” he asked. Exactly.

    The UK has been living well beyond its means for years. Quietly selling its assets, borrowing and showing off to our international friends with grandiose schemes we can’t afford. Global warming policy is part of that.

    I can’t see how we can avoid going bankrupt. The only consellation, we may all be in the poor house together.

    1. TinyCO2

      ‘consolation’, though maybe consellation is a Freudian slip.

  2. M White

    Frightening

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iOsqBf5hDjI&feature=player_embedded

    Full program lasts one and a half hours

    Anyone thinks we can inflate our way out of this should check this out.

    http://www.dmo.gov.uk/index.aspx?page=gilts/indexlinked

    “inflation-indexed bonds”

  3. R. de Haan

    When Government outgrows the public sector, we are doomed.
    It’s that simple.

    The future will be one of conflict and massive suppression.

    Why do you think containment camps are build in the USA, see http://www.prisonplanet.com/bombshell-fema-camps-confirmed.html (football stadiums in Europe and Africa) and international treaties allow for foreign troops to restore order if needed?

    Why do you think we aloud the Downing of Zimbabwe from a prosperous Nation to a refugee camp where murder, thieving, hunger, epidemics and hyper inflation became the order of the day.

    Because it was an experiment carefully watched and documented by the UN NGO’s. For me it is incredible that a criminal like Mugabe even survived this game.

    They all got away with it.

    Our current Governmental elite has become our worst enemy in a historical perspective. And with worst I mean worst than the Nazi’s and the Communists put together.

  4. R. de Haan

    What objective behind the deliberate destruction of the Western societies could there be other than the objectives described at http://green-agenda.com

    Please read the information on this site carefully and connect the dots.

  5. R. de Haan

    How rotten can it get?
    http://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/2010/11/14/7623/

    Just think of it.
    Excessive spending, the financial crises and the Anthropogenic Global Warming Scam but also the frontal attack on capitalism and the role back of our civil rights, they all serve the same cause.

  6. R. de Haan
  7. DirkH

    Thanks for posting. Maybe 10 years ago, Germany counted as a slow economy, with old-fashioned industry and low growth rates, and the modern service-oriented Cool Britannia had high growth rates. Now, even with the unviable green technology on our back, we leave Broken Britain behind, who woulda thunk.

    Later, i found funny job titles in some British news, like Community Outreach Officer or something like that. I got a bad feeling; and to this day avoid any shares in British companies.

    I also found a statistic that showed the growth of the public sector over the last years in the member countries of the EU. The UK didn’t look that bad, but probably all the Quangos were excluded from the statistic. This was my source:

    http://bit.ly/9gVzb4

    Notice that the central government in the UK doubled between 1999 and 2003.
    The study itself looks very silly these days, they appraise the Greek public sector as very efficient, obviously they were fed a bunch of lies and didn’t check anything.

  8. Martin

    Hello, may i point it out that the dept itself is a big scam also: check this out to see where the money come from, you may be shock:

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-2550156453790090544#

  9. R. de Haan
  10. R. de Haan

    Party Leader Speech Angela Merkel
    (Just listning N24)
    Nothing is true.
    Smoke and mirror contradictions for example a strong and free Germany and European Unity.

  11. R. de Haan

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