Written by SpoofyDoofy

Tuesday, 12 October 2010

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The workers UNITEd will never be defeated!

Policy Think Tank, London: High house prices are a blight on this country. How can the UK compete in global markets if everyone needs high wages just to put a roof over their head? Just get UK house prices down to Polish levels and we can all start working for less and competing on the world stage.

Also, Unions are driving Companies away from Great Britain and then get affronted by the results of their demands.

'GIVE US MONEY- WHEN DO WE WANT IT? NOW!' ..'wait, where are you going? .......What do you mean they'll do it cheaper? ....why didn't you talk to us?.....Of course we won't back down! ...there is just no understanding some people.'

What jobs the Poles and others don't work for so much less than the Britains in the UK, are now being exported abroad anyway, so which ever way, there are less jobs and more dole.

Britain certainly does have the ability to manufacture products here and a whole lot more. It is just that certain people or groups (some living outside the UK) have decided we can't.

Somebody or some group of persons wants the United Kingdom to be subjugated or destroyed in all but name. This has been the gradually unfolding story of Britain since the 1960s, and most certainly since the end of Empire, which finally came in 1971 when we pulled out of the Arabian Gulf.

You will never find out who these shadowy people are by reading the corporate media. Only the alternative media has the guts, determination, and ability to ferret out the truth, such as THE SPOOF!

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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