Bollocks – Cuts are necessary – are they nuts?


::::ARE THE CUTS NECESSARY? ARE THEY NUTS??::::

We’ve only been better off as nation twice in 250 years, why on earth do we need to start worry about a national debt now? It’s almost always been over 100% of GDP, it’s only around 70% now.  Is it because in some way the government has an agenda?


It looks like the government don’t like us peasants – the poor, the sick, the disabled, us who work for public (you know bin men, nurses, council workers, etc), the unemployed, students, teachers… you get the drift.


But don’t be fooled by those so called reds in Labour.  Poverty and inequality increased under them as well.  And they sold off our education and created tuition fees.  If the labour councillors don’t refuse to enact the cuts then they are against us as well.  They were planning the same cuts, just one year later
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::::::::::::::::::::::::REAL DEMOCRACY::::::::::::::::::::::::

The truth is we’re better off without the lot of them, we could run the show ourselves, and all be better off.  What we’re saying is we wanna live in a real democracy.  Not a sham where you vote for a wanker every five years (or probably don’t) that then shafts you and never does what you tell them/they promised.  Not one where your bosses, and other dicks who were born into wealth and privilege, have more power than you,. 

We’re talking about a real democracy where we control our workplaces, and our spokespeople do what we tell them, not vice versa.  There should be no such thing as a career politician or boss, they should get paid the same as us, live in the same place as us and work in the same place.  It should be a duty, not a privilege.

DIRECT ACTION GETS THE GOODS:::::::::::::::
But lets say that’s a way off – and sometimes it feels a very long way off – what now?  Well they don’t like it up ’em, I can tell you that.  Every time a government has backed down on one of their hair brained schemes it has been due to a mix of general lack of (political) support (or in the case of the poll tax, a full bore hatred) and direct action.  Look at those hippy/krustie greens, in the past 15 years they managed to stop 80% of new roads getting built, stopped GM crops being grown or even imported into the country and stopped new coal power stations being built (and a third runway).  Hell they even slapped the police down for the misuse of the terrorism law to the tunes of millions. 


So what we need to be doing is skilling ourselves up.  Check out you-tube, check demos where the lines have been broken, learn your rights, team up with a cru of people who are the same wave length and do it your way.  Check the film ‘just do it’ – all about people getting off their arses and making it happen.  Knowledge doesn’t just come from books, it comes from trying to make a difference and learning as you go. 

Check out some of our resources on the back and on our weblog, facebook group, so forth.  All the handy hints and tips we can muster to make a good action are right there.

:::::::::::::::::ALL IN THIS TOGETHER?:::::::::::::::::
Damn right we are – against you, you chinless wonders.  The truth is we’ve always been under attack, but now at least they’re being honest about it.  We know that everyone in this country is going to feel the pinch.

Up to 1.3 million people are to become unemployed. Forced labour will start as the unemployed are made to work for £1.17 an hour and drive more out of jobs.  People wont be able to afford higher education (or if they can it’ll been cut and boxed up as a future job, not a place where you actually learn). Disabled people won’t be able to leave their houses because their disability allowance has been cut. Pensioners won’t be able to heat their homes – the number of deaths this will cause is awful.  Communities will die as more and more can’t afford even the basics, as will our schools and their hospitals, teachers and nurses. Then we will be demonised as scroungers, cheats, fraudsters.  We’re definitely in it together.
….Except for those who write the rules for themselves, and against us.

  • The cabinet for starters – 18 out of 23 cabinet ministers are millionaires – it’s gonna be tough for them right?  Maybe that’s why they took £11bn in welfare cuts, but gave £24bn in tax breaks.
  • What about the corporations – with tax breaks and uncollected tax in the billions (every year we lose £70bn in tax evasion by large companies – £26bn is just going uncollected!) they’re not gonna struggle?  But they’ll still sack people, gotta keep those profits up see! 
  • What about the bankers (and banks in general), is it gonna be tight for them this year?  Hell no, bonuses are still big and the banks are recording new highs in profits.

What about those tax loopholes they promised to close?  Still there.  And whilst we’re gonna be taken to court and portrayed as a dole cheats for scraps of cash, they are walking away with millions.


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