Friday, 9 April 2010

GORDON Brown’s battle with business leaders intensified yesterday as more bosses lined up to attack his planned National Insurance rise and protest at the way he dismissed their concerns

THE £6 gallon arrived at Britain’s petrol pumps yesterday as motorists ­continue to be hammered by Labour.

GORDON Brown’s failure to provide British jobs for British workers was exposed yesterday after a despairing IT expert was forced to stand on London Bridge to beg for work.

UK troops trained by firing at ‘replica mosques’
A political and religious uproar has erupted in Great Britain over news that the British Army trained troops for the Afghanistan mission by having them fire on replica mosques.

Broke Cities Ravage Motorists With Speeding Tickets
Recently, I was listening to Gerald Celente on The Jeff Rense Program on the internet, and Gerald mentioned that the previous weekend in the State of Virginia, almost 7,000 traffic tickets were issued in ONE WEEKEND!

Policemen jailed for inflicting 'deliberate cruelty'
PC and sergeant sentenced to 18 months' jail after a judge said their treatment of suspect was 'little short of torture'

Treasury opposed Brown’s ‘job tax’

George W. Bush 'knew Guantánamo prisoners were innocent'
George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld covered up that hundreds of innocent men were sent to the Guantánamo Bay prison camp because they feared that releasing them would harm the push for war in Iraq and the broader War on Terror, according to a new document obtained by The Times.

Flimsy Auctions Signal The US Is Heading For A Debt Crisis

As Funding Pressure Grows, Local Government Officials In China Are Killing Themselves
Local governments are saddled with huge debts, and are desperate for the real estate bubble to continue feeding the beast.

As such, we're not surprised to see stories like

Iran to annihilate Zionist regime in case of any attack
TEHRAN (ISNA)-Iran’s Defense Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi warned on Wednesday that Iran will annihilate Zionist regime incase of any strike against Iran.

‘Green’ Energy Policies Are Sabotaging Competitiveness of Manufacturing Industry
Costs of energy arising from the Government’s ‘green’ energy policies are set to increase significantly, with Britain bearing a greater cost than other countries, according to a new report from independent think tank Civitas

Unemployment soars in rural areas
Unemployment has gone up by almost two thirds in rural areas over the last two years, according to new figures released by the Government


FTAC Watch 9 April 2010 at 12:11  


I was locked up in a mental hospital for saying that British IT people were being put out of work by Labour's policies.

Anonymous 9 April 2010 at 18:12  

really? did you write about it?

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