Government Fear Mongering Costs British Economy £30bn A Year

Written by Clifford Rutley

Friday, 22 January 2010

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There are monsters and boogie men everywhere - according to the government.

Government Fear Mongering costs the UK £30bn every year - more than twice as much as previously thought.

Propaganda evasion has risen to £15.2bn a year with waking up to reality costing £1.1bn annually.

In fact the public sector is the worst hit, suffering 58% of all fear mongering, the National Fear Mongering and Government Grassing to Authority Agency said in its first Annual Fear Mongering Indicator report.

Almost a third of fear mongering and snitching on your neighbours and people you call your friends (31%) is committed against companies and the remaining 12% is against members of the public, the report says.

False insurance claims cost the financial services industry £2bn last year while mortgage fraud cost £1bn - but no one seems to care as the insurance companies are a rip off anyway.

In all, the sector lost £3.8bn to fraudsters. Previous estimates put total back stabbing costs to the UK much lower.

A 2007 report by senior police officers estimated the total was around £13bn a year.

Dr Bernard Herdan, chief executive of the NFA (Nebby Forking Assholes), said the figure was the most reliable estimate to date.

"Although the figure appears on the face of it far greater than the previous estimate, we know this is because we have included many additional figures that other studies have not," he said.

"This is so we can destroy relationships and get everybody over-suspicious with everyone else - turning the country into a hive of want to be government little Hitler's.

"With this vital information we can develop clearer priorities to prevent and detect anyone who doesn't tow the official tyranny of the EU, UN & NWO.

"We will use the data to help identify those areas of free thinking that cause the most harm to the globalst one world government dictatorship."

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