The energy companies and the utilities are laughing at you all the way to the bank. As you struggle to meet your fuel and energy bills these companies continue to drive inflation higher and higher whilst maximising their ever increasing profits and paying huge dividends to their shareholders. It is immoral that they are making huge profits and not simply passing on costs to consumers. Instead they are adding huge profit margins to their prices. In this way they are fixing prices and driving inflation without regards. Their behaviour is immoral and wrong. They are exploiting consumers and laughing at them whilst the Tory government does nothing at all.
Nobody wishes to see a reprisal of the Miner’s Strike and the troubled times of the Police State back in the 1980’s. However this view is obviously not shared by either Rishi Sunak nor Liz Truss who both said that they would ban and outlaw Strike Action if elected to the office of Britain’s next Prime Minister.
Sunak and Truss yearn to be the next prime minister and to impose a Police State similar to 1980’s Britain and the era of the ‘Miner’s Strike’
Whether or not this was an off the cuff remark or whether it is actually a policy that they wishing and willing to pursue was not explored in this week’s televised TV debate debate from which they came. It does suggest that this government, even though not elected on such a mandate, is likely to be an authoritarian government irrespective of who wins the leadership battle to become Britain’s next Prime Minister, and is likely to be recruiting the police force into limiting free speech and strike action. Should we be worried and concerned? Well you’re damn right that we should be! This government was not elected on such a mandate to limit the freedoms of speech and actions that we currently enjoy and or employ to ensure that we can get a fair deal and are not left open to exploitation.
Neither Rishi Sunak nor Liz Truss have the ideas needed to tackle the current financial crisis and inflation. Both are completely aware of the others failings as was demonstrated in this weeks TV debate. As Truss pointed out, Sunak’s policies are likely to lead to inflation and as Sunak pointed out, Truss’s policies to scrap tax rises will increase borrowing and interfere with Britain’s ambition to reach Carbon Net Zero pledges and targets which could also possibly to lead to increased mortgage rates in the long term. Neither of these candidates for the role of Britain’s next Prime Minister are equipped to deal with the crisis of inflation and do what is necessary to tackle this issue. Sunak and Truss: both are bereft of real ideas to tackle inflation. So what’s to be done?
3 Conservative governments and all have failed to deliver a stable Prime Minister who completed the full term. Cameron, May and Johnson.
Rushi Sunak showed his ignorance regarding Socialist Economics by referring to it as ‘something for nothing Economics’. In contrast Socialist Economics is about giving people back what they already own or should own. Socialist Economics is about using principle and essential services and utilities to generate wealth for the good of the nation. It is about giving back and the proper and fair redistribution of wealth: something that the Tories are ignorant of.
Proper ownership of essential services to generate wealth for the nation avoids the mess that we are currently in. In spite of the dawning reality that this really is a way forward and out of the mess that the country is now in, the Tories continue to support an economic system that is outdated and is not working. The current situation of shareholding and profiteering means that the income and profits that these essential services and utilities is generating profits for a tiny few wealthy people and investors, many who live outside the UK. This is money that could be used to drop tax burdens and to fund the NHS etc. These organizations generate profit which could be redistributed fairly and for the good of the whole nation. That is not something for nothing Economics Mr Sunak: it’s common sense Economics.
Putin’s ambition to extend Russia may actually be about controlling the World’s grain supplies. The invasion of the Ukraine 🇺🇦 may not just be about extending Russian Imperialism but may be about controlling the export of grain. First it was oil and gas and now it appears that his ambition is also to control the food market in the West.
Surely the idea of having Russia potentially controlling the food market should be a warning sign for NATO and the West and perhaps encourage them to go even further to help liberate the Ukraine 🇺🇦 from this monster.
NATO must ensure that Putin has no success at all in the Ukraine. It is a duty to ensure that Putin must fail in the Ukraine. Failure is the only way to ensure that Putin looks weak in Russia. Failure will lead to the removal of Putin. NATO must get involved now to ensure that Putin fails in the Ukraine. So far NATO has made too many mistakes in containing Putin’s Nazi ambitions so now is the time for action. Also NATO must quickly enroll the Ukraine into NATO and the EU without delay so that it can legitimately engage its forces against those of the Russians. NATO must do it now before it too late.
Failure to do this signals that NATO is prepared to sacrifice the Ukraine 🇺🇦 in order to retain stability in the West. This attitude allows Putin to legitimately target anyone he wants outside of NATO.
Whilst Putin engages in a game of Poker, destroying lives in the Ukraine : NATO plays a game of Solitaire.
Surely it’s time to expel Russia from the UN. Russia have demonstrated a willingness to breach human rights and are quite prepared to lie to the UN Council. Therefore they are unfit to be in attendance at voting that they can and will veto. It is imperative that the UN acts in support of the non aggressor, in this case the Ukraine 🇺🇦. Russia is clearly unfit to be a part of the United Nations Council therefore it must be expelled. The UN cannot condone a nation that is prepared to tell lies to the Council and is unwilling to address it’s infringements of human rights and what looks like war crimes committed in the Ukraine 🇺🇦. Russia’s presence in the UN is a huge embarrassment which prevents the UN from carrying out it’s intended purpose.
This one is called ‘Warm Jazz’.
This one is called, ‘ A View from Space’. The idea came from the ending and everything else was just a builc up to that first idea.
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