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Wednesday, 15 September 2010

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The TUC sing Beatles song, "We all live in a Utopian subsidised dream!", to raise money for the 'Brothers'!

Manchester, England: During the last 13 years of the Labour Party Utopia, when the Union 'Brothers' had control of the Government due to their financial contributions, not a word was uttered about the dire state of Britain's financial situation. The United Kingdom was going for broke and not a word of complaint by the Union 'Brothers'!!

The reason why Britain has a large and unchangeable public sector, is because in the public sector, 56.6 per cent of workers are unionized, compared to a private sector, where only 15.1 per cent of workers are in a Union.. With the Union 'Brothers' furthering their own interests, the Labour Party Utopia of large national and local Government expenditure, the Union 'Brothers' claim to be speaking for the nation and hinting at their vast muscle, but they are really only speaking for the public sector.

All the Union 'Brothers' in well-paid jobs are now consulting with their old Union 'Brothers', the ex miners, ex print workers, ex dockers, ex car workers and ex steel workers, who are sitting at home on benefits (if they are lucky). The Union 'Brothers' are also consulting the leaders of these old unions who are now sitting in the House of Lords dining room, debating whether to have another bottle of subsidised claret with their subsidised lunch!

The Irish Government reactions to their problems is to cut salaries/wages of all taxpayer funded jobs by up to 15% (including TDs - their equivalent of MPs) and change the pension arrangements. This has the advantage of maintaining employment and services while reducing costs just as many companies have done.

At the Trades Union 'Brothers' Conference, another set of blood-curdling threats about the union movement's terrifying power to bring Britain to its knees and generally impose another winter/spring/summer/autumn/whatever of discontent, is in the 'offing'.

The Trades Union 'Brothers', who have funded the Labour party, that were responsible for the fiscal meltdown that makes these cuts imperative, can't listen to reason. The 'brave and glorious' Trades Union 'Brothers' are to cause national disruption over the spending cuts, the cause of which they are partially responsible.

The threats by the Trades Union 'Brothers' and photo opportunities afforded them have been eagerly picked up by the BBC, whose Director General, Mark Thompson promised a fair coverage of the cuts, appears to be an orchestrated campaign of a minority, to destabilize a democratically elected Government.

The Labour Party true colours can now be seen, having been thrown out of power by the electorate, their media chums and their bankrolling friends the Trades Union 'Brothers' pretending to represent the interests of 'the workers', threaten civil disobedience to try and force their will on the Government.

We are back in Scargill Land and a worrying development is the loud shrieking from the Police 'Union' faced with having their bogus overtime claims cut and now bleating on about rising crime as the result of cuts. Will they be siding with the disruptive strikers on the streets? The winter/spring/summer/autumn/whatever of discontent, is in the 'offing'!!

At the end of the TUC Conference they sang their 'Beatles battle' song: "We all live in a Utopian subsidised dream!"

    "In the land where I was born,
    Lived a man who was paid for free,
    And he told us of his life,
    In the land of the Utopian subsidised dream,

    So we sailed on to The Sun,
    Till we found the Murdoch Queen,
    And like Ostriches heads beneath the sand,
    In our Utopian subsidised dream,

    We all live in a Utopian subsidised dream,
    Utopian subsidised dream, Utopian subsidised dream,
    We all live in Utopian subsidised dream,
    Utopian subsidised dream, Utopian subsidised dream.

    And our 'Brothers' are all aboard,
    Many more of them live next door,
    And the band begins to play.

    (Trumpets play)

    We all live in a Utopian subsidised dream,
    Utopian subsidised dream, Utopian subsidised dream,
    We all live in Utopian subsidised dream,
    Utopian subsidised dream, Utopian subsidised dream.

    (Full speed ahead, Mr. Crow, full speed ahead!
    Full speed over here, sir!
    All together! All together!
    Aye, aye, sir, fire!
    Captain! Captain!)

    As we live a life of ease(life of ease)
    Every one of us(every one of us) has all we need,(has all we need)
    Sky of blue,(sky of blue) and sea green,(sea of green)
    In our Utopian (In our Utopian) subsidised dream.( subsidised dream) ( Haha! )

    We all live in a Utopian subsidised dream,
    Utopian subsidised dream, Utopian subsidised dream,
    We all live in Utopian subsidised dream,
    Utopian subsidised dream, Utopian subsidised dream.

    (fading)

    We all live in a Utopian subsidised dream,
    Utopian subsidised dream, Utopian subsidised dream,
    We all live in Utopian subsidised dream,
    Utopian subsidised dream, Utopian subsidised dream."

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