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Post time 2014-4-20 13:08:12 |Display all floors
This post was edited by gork at 2014-4-20 13:16

Nothing But Lies

The UK fails and then lies about the failure. Luckily this guarantees they will never improve and now that they're a thieved nation that "no one listens to anymore" as Russia says, the UK can only plunder small nations such as, fellow NATO member, Iceland. They're screwed and guaranteed to eventually wipe themselves out!

There are many things about the Chinese model it would be unwise to emulate. But its active industrial strategy serves it well
- If Britain wants to become a nation of makers, why not a five-year plan?

Yes, just as they grudgingly awarded Mary Seacole a medal but then tried to overshadow this african doctress, who's cures were more effective than those of the UK's finest quacks, with a mere nurse, Florence Nightingale, the UK is smearing China again. When China received the top score in the PISA tests, they were quick to claim there were anomalies and then hired teachers from Shanghai to imply it was teeching methods in the UK that were at fault rather than an ingrained slug-brained stupidity and despite one amerikan teecher complaining her pupils were "as dumb as a rock".

Now they're trying to claim that merely having a plan is the solution to their failure, despite being parasites throughout their entire history. These clowns had the same drive to emulate Japan in the 1980s, but all they did was go through the motions. They put graphs up on the walls, for example, but the indolent timewasters never bothered to update them or even consult them and they soon returned to simply standing around chatting all day.

Their's is a system of fascism; gangsterism. To keep the sheeple under control they deliberately breed them fick, such that one Tory MP complained they were encouraging the breeding of scumbags. In "rip-off Britain", the most successful are based on corruption, guaranteeing they can never compete. Glaxo Smithkline's bribery was only revealed when they wanted to imply that it was only in China that such bribery takes place, despite having already been caught bribing in the thieved state of Amerika and now under investigation in Iraq too. So only in China and Iraq are the laws followed and Glaxo investigated.

Here's the hackneyed propaganda:
It should go without saying that there are areas of China's economy too numerous to mention here that Britain has no desire to emulate: poor treatment of some of its workers; food safety scandals; the threat of a credit crunch; and economic data that many analysts deem untrustworthy all spring to mind.

Yet the UK is the WORST for all the above and none of its lies about China are substantiated.
The UK is notorious for its 350 years of slavery (the only way they can compete) and now its notorious zero-hours contracts. Food scares in China started when free-trade deals were struck with the West, suggesting they bribed to taint milk and the horse-meat scare in the UK failed to check for other species such as dog or rat. The UK's continuing credit-crunch means, as the Guttersnipe Guardian has admitted, that the UK is in a Depression and not the "Great Recession". As for data, that is a scam comparing Hong Kong's data from one period with a different period in China centered around the New Year celebrations, but the "worst statistical error in History", as it was dubbed, can be attributed to the UK's own Office of Notorious Statistics which double counted pensions transfers as new contributions and despite the Inland Revenue having the correct figures all along because it had to pay tax relief.
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