Sunday, 26 February 2012
Tory Propaganda In Full Swing.
With the NHS controvery threatening to bring the Tories crashing down and their welfare to work scheme being revealed for the scam it always was, the Tory party propaganda aparatus in anticipation of the Budget has shifted gear. In an opening salvo today the 36 Tory MP's who form the Free Enterprise Group have demanded tax cuts to business and the higher paid together with even more swinging cuts to the welfare state. Meanwhile the "Telegraph" has today accused those who oppose the welfare to work scam as being nothing more than "rent-a-mob." Presumably it doesn't believe that ordinary British people could possibly object to their children being treated like slaves, or to private companies stealing taxpayers money to fund their entitlement culture surrounding "bonuses." We are all back in the 1970's, the "Telegraph" sneers, back to a time when business had rules to abide by, banks were regulated, newspapers were yet to benefit from the rise of mobile telephones and governments still governed rather than abrogating their responsibilities to hand over the running of the country to the greedy, selfish and plain stupid. Back to the 1970's? We should be so lucky.