Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Oh Dear The Video On Cameron Sucking Up To The Bankers He Would Not Want You To See!

I don'tthink that David Cameron will like people knowing how he was sucking up to the City and the bankers.


Anonymous said...

He will need to suck harder to get past Brown and Blair

Nicky said...

*Charming* comment. It's not the Labour party that's bankrolled by the bankers - the same bankers who got us in this global financial crisis.

Regarding Gordon Brown, compare this write up about him by the US based and internationally respected Global Business Coalition, with the drivel that's written about him in his own country.

Nicky said...

Cameron tells the truth shock!

Funny - in a grim sort of way.

Gracie Samuels said...

Thanks Nicky, I couldn't get your link to work, is this the write-up you were referring to?

"Gordon Brown
Former Prime Minister and Current Member of Parliament,
United Kingdom
Born in Scotland, Gordon Brown first joined the British Parliament as an MP in the 1983 General Election and shared his first office in the House of Commons with Tony Blair. As Chancellor of the Exchequer under Tony Blair's leadership of the Labour Party, Gordon Brown presided over the longest ever period of growth. He also made the Bank of England independent and delivered an agreement at the Gleneagles Summit in 2005 to support the world’s poorest countries and tackle climate change. His passion for global justice was reflected in his negotiation of debt cancellation for the world’s poorest nations and the tripling of the development budget.

Mr. Brown served as Prime Minister from 2007 when Tony Blair left office until 2010. During his time as Prime Minister he oversaw changes such as the introduction of neighborhood policing in every area, a legally-enforceable right to early cancer screening and treatment and the world’s first ever Climate Change Act, which came into force in autumn 2008. In April 2009, he hosted the G20 Summit in London where world leaders committed to make an additional $1.1 trillion available to help the world economy through the financial crisis and restore credit, growth and jobs. Brown has authored several books, including John Smith: Life and Soul of the Party (1994), Courage (2003) and Britain's Everyday Heroes (2007)."