English Socialism 2

Started by poiuyt, May 08, 2009, 02:49 AM

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Remember the special discount shops only comissars, apparatchicks and members of the soviet polit-burreau could shop at in the old USSR ?. Also remember all the other legal special privileges of the governing elites in communist states ? 

Well a similar phenomena of political profiteerring is re-emmerging in the genderised states of social western democracies. That is, political profiteering by elite males in conspiracy with radical females, to strip working men of their rights and turn for personal profit, the highest public institution into an open swill pail.

For example parliamentary members of no less than the main British parties of equality, fraternity, liberty and unity have been exposed as chronic and greedy freeloaders. A freeloading which is only made possible and more easy for the governing classes on account of our corrupt and corrupting underlying social-cultural model. That is, of liberal-female-genderism ! 

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www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/mps-expenses/

MPs' expenses: The Telegraph's investigation into how politicians - from Gordon Brown and his Cabinet to backbenchers of all parties - exploit the system of parliamentary allowances to subsidise their lifestyles and multiple homes.

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Ps' expenses: Gordon Brown forced to defend allowances system.
Gordon Brown has been forced to defend payments to his brother for "cleaning services" after the Daily Telegraph disclosed details of senior ministers' expenses.

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Harriet Harman, the deputy leader of the Labour Party, this morning defended MPs and said [...] "In our system we do not have the level of corruption that obtains in many other countries. In our system people come into parliament as a matter of public service, with very rare exceptions."


I would bet none of 'em ever went broke by "serving the public". After all, they justify their salaries, benefits & perks by claiming that the govt. has to be competitive with (profit-oriented) private industry. Not a particularly "public service" attitude...  :rolle:
The spreading of information about the [quantum] system through the [classical] environment is ultimately responsible for the emergence of "objective reality." 

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poiuyt

Oh by the way... The same phenomena of hypocracy, unconscionable conduct and personal greed in high and low places is well and truly alive in north america too. Not just in england.

In high places, so called teleprompter Obama couldnt fill his cabinet openings for lack of honourable men or women from left or right of the political spectrum, on account of their tax-dodging and unseemly graft. And obama is hemorraging those few he does have real fast on account of their weaknesses and ineptitudes in the face of free resources. These scoundrels include male and female voices oft heard in the past touting on about good citizenship and the scourge of deadbeat dads etc, etc.

But also in low places, including here, we have much vaunted voices of capitalism, squirming to justify their momentary self-contradiction, whilst shamelessly excusing their feeble resort to the state. That is, on the suitable ground that it were only in order to break the system that they resorted to it. A system they will conveniently revert to labeling "Yours" after their need is sated !!!

Every day we learn of the depths of shamelesness to which people will sink. And in both the high and low manifestation these people believe they are more clever than others of more humble posture.

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poiuyt

It is worth emphasising and re-emphasising that good, just and moral law cannot ever come out of a bad, corrupt and imorally constituted legislature. And as it is with corrupt legislators in englands parliament, so it is with all other corrupt law maker in every other damned legislature from which emerges femaleist, misandric and one sided rules of law, practice and procedure.

Corrupt and imoral legislators whom believe themselves to be entitled to be subject to different rules are the more likely to be architects of a corrupt and imoral society wherein citizen classes are also to be entitled and subject to different rules. A manifestation that today expresses itself in the different treatment regimes the different gender classes are subjected to.

Below is set out the parliamentary list of cross party greed, corruption and imoralty among MPs serving as the british foundation of institutional tyranny against males on behalf of females.


Linked from the telegraph newspaper.www.corrupt-greedy-imoral-oligarchic-collectivists !

MPs' expenses investigation in depth

Gerry Adams, Martin McGuinness, Michelle Gildernew, Pat Doherty and Conor Murphy claimed more than 500,000 over five years even though the Sinn Fein MPs refuse to attend Parliament

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Douglas Alexander spent more than 30,000 doing up his constituency home - which then suffered damage in a house fire.

Michael Ancram put the cost of having his swimming pool boiler serviced on his parliamentary allowances. He has agreed to repay the money

James Arbuthnot claimed from the public finances for cleaning his swimming pool at a country residence. He has agreed to repay the money

Vera Baird claimed the cost of Christmas tree decorations

Norman Baker asked if he could claim for a bicycle and a computer so he could listen to music and email family and friends

Greg Barker made a 320,000 profit selling a flat the taxpayer had helped pay for

Margaret Beckett made a 600 claim for hanging baskets and pot plants

Tony Blair re-mortgaged his constituency home and claimed almost a third of the interest around the time he was buying another property in London

Hazel Blears did not pay capital gains tax on a property she sold despite having told the Commons authorities it was her second home. She has since agreed to paid the tax but denied any wrongdoing.

Ben Bradshaw used his allowance to pay the mortgage interest on a flat he owned jointly with his boyfriend

Kevin Brennan had a 450 television delivered to his family home in Cardiff even though he reclaimed the money back on his London second home allowance

Gordon Brown's house swap let the PM claim thousands

Andy Burnham had an eight-month battle with the fees office after making a single expenses claim for more than 16,500

Stephen Byers claimed more than 125,000 for repairs and maintenance at a London flat owned outright by his partner, where he lives rent-free

Vince Cable forgoes the second home allowance, but asked whether he could claim backdated payments of the London supplement instead

David Cameron limited his claims to mortgage interest payments and utility bills. He will repay the only maintenance bill he claimed - 600 for the removal of wisteria

Menzies Campbell hired a top interior designer to refurbish his small flat in central London at taxpayers' expense. He will repay the 1,490.66 cost of an interior designer

Ronnie Campbell claimed a total of 87,729 for furniture for his London flat

Kenneth Clarke managed to avoid paying the full rate of council tax on either of his two homes by effectively claiming that neither is his main residence. He has agreed to pay the full rate in future but defended his past behaviour.

Nick Clegg claimed the maximum allowed under his parliamentary second home allowance

Harry Cohen claimed thousands of pounds for redecorating his second home before selling it and charging taxpayers 12,000 in stamp duty and fees on a new property

Stephen Crabb claimed his "main home" was a room in another MP's flat, after buying a new house for his family at taxpayers' expense

Alistair Darling's stamp duty was paid by the public

David Davis spent more than 10,000 of taxpayers' money on home improvements in four years, including a new 5,700 portico at his home in Yorkshire.

Pat Doherty, Gerry Adams, Martin McGuinness, Michelle Gildernew and Conor Murphy claimed more than 500,000 over five years even though the Sinn Fein MPs refuse to attend Parliament

Alan Duncan spent thousands from his allowance on gardening, including repairs to his lawnmower. He has agreed to repay 5,000

Caroline Flint claimed 14,000 for fees for new flat

Barbara Follett used 25,000 of taxpayers' money to pay for private security patrols at her home

Andrew George used parliamentary expenses for a London flat used by his student daughter. He also claimed hundreds of pounds for hotel stays with his wife. He has said he will repay 20 for a hotel breakfast

Michelle Gildernew, Pat Doherty, Gerry Adams, Martin McGuinness, and Conor Murphy claimed more than 500,000 over five years even though the Sinn Fein MPs refuse to attend Parliament

Cheryl Gillan bought dog food using her allowance but agreed to pay it back after being contacted by the Telegraph

Julia Goldsworthy spent thousands of pounds on expensive furniture just days before the deadline for using up parliamentary allowances. She has promised to pay back 1,005 for a leather rocking chair

Michael Gove spent thousands on his London home before "flipping" his Commons allowance to another address. He has agreed to repay 7,000

Chris Grayling claimed for a London flat even though his constituency home is only 17 miles from the House of Commons. He has agreed to stop doing so

John Gummer's gardening, including the removal of moles from his lawn, cost the taxpayer 9,000

Fabian Hamilton declared his mother's London house as his main residence while over-charging the taxpayer by thousands of pounds for a mortgage on his family home in Leeds

Nick Harvey had to be reminded twice by parliamentary officials to submit receipts with his expenses claims

Alan Haselhurst charged the taxpayer almost 12,000 for gardening bills at his farmhouse in Essex, his expenses claims show.

David Heathcoat-Amory's gardener used hundreds of sacks of horse manure and the MP submitted the receipts to Parliament

Nick Herbert charged taxpayers more than 10,000 for stamp duty and fees when he and his partner bought a home together in his constituency

Douglas Hogg included with his expenses claims the cost of having the moat cleared, piano tuned and stable lights fixed at his country manor house. He has agreed to repay 2,200 for the moat clearing

Geoff Hoon established a property empire worth 1.7 million after claiming taxpayer-funded expenses for at least two properties

Phil Hope spent more than 10,000 in one year refurbishing a small London flat. He has promised to pay back 41,000 to the taxpayer

Kelvin Hopkins claims just a fraction of the available second-home allowance by taking the train to Westminster from his home town

Chris Huhne regularly submits receipts for bus tickets and groceries including pints of milk, fluffy dusters, lavatory rolls and chocolate HobNobs. He has promised to pay back 119 for a trouser press

Stewart Jackson claimed more than 66,000 for his family home, including hundreds of pounds on refurbishing his swimming pool. He has agreed to repay the costs associated with his pool

Julie Kirkbride's husband Andrew Mackay resigned as David Cameron's aide after it emerged that the two MPs were making claims that meant they effectively had no main home but two second homes, both funded with public money.

Andrew Lansley spent more than 4,000 of taxpayers' money renovating his country home months before he sold it. He will repay 2,600 of decorating fees

Oliver Letwin repaired a pipe beneath his tennis court using taxpayers' money. He has agreed to repay the money

Lord Mandelson faces questions over the timing of his house claim which came after he had announced he would step down

Andrew Mackay resigned as David Cameron's aide after it emerged that he and his wife Julie Kirkbride were making claims that meant they effectively had no main home but two second homes, both funded with public money.

Bob Marshall-Andrews claimed 118,000 for expenses at his second home, including stereo equipment, extensive redecoration and a pair of Kenyan carpets.

John Maples declared a private members' club as his main home to the parliamentary authorities

Michael Martin used taxpayers' money to pay for chauffeur-driven cars to his local job centre and Celtic's football ground

Francis Maude claimed almost 35,000 in two years for mortgage interest payments on a London flat when he owned a house just a few hundred yards away. He has agreed to stop claiming for a second home

Martin McGuinness, Michelle Gildernew, Pat Doherty, Gerry Adams and Conor Murphy claimed more than 500,000 over five years even though the Sinn Fein MPs refuse to attend Parliament

David Miliband's spending was queried by his gardener

Austin Mitchell claimed for security shutters, ginger crinkle biscuits and the cost of reupholstering his sofa. He has offered to donate his old sofa coverings to make amends

Margaret Moran switched the address of her second home, allowing her to claim 22,500 to fix a dry rot problem. She has agreed to repay the money while insisting she acted within the rules. She could face an investigation for allegedly using Commons stationery to keep neighbours away from her fourth property in Spain.

Elliot Morley claimed parliamentary expenses of more than 16,000 for a mortgage which had already been paid off

Conor Murphy, Martin McGuinness, Michelle Gildernew, Pat Doherty and Gerry Adams claimed more than 500,000 over five years even though the Sinn Fein MPs refuse to attend Parliament

Paul Murphy had a new plumbing system installed at taxpayers' expense because the water in the old one was "too hot"

Lembit Opik had to pay 2,499 for a 42-inch plasma television after purchasing it while Parliament was dissolved

George Osborne was rebuked by the Commons authorities for using public money to fund his "political" website. He also claimed money for a chauffeur-driven car which he has agreed to repay

John Prescott claimed for two lavatory seats in two years

Alan Reid claimed more than 1,500 on his parliamentary expenses for staying in hotels and bed-and-breakfasts near his home

John Reid used his allowance to pay for slotted spoons, an ironing board and a glittery loo seat

Angus Robertson successfully appealed to the fees office when they turned down his claim for a 400 home cinema system

Alex Salmond claimed 400 per month for food when the Commons was not even sitting

Michael Spicer claimed for work on his helipad and received thousands of pounds for gardening bills.

Jack Straw only paid half the amount of council tax that he claimed on his parliamentary allowances over four years but later rectified the over-claim

Don Touhig spent thousands of pounds redecorating his constituency home before "flipping" his allowance to a flat in London

Kitty Ussher asked the Commons authorities to fund extensive refurbishment of her Victorian family home

Keith Vaz claimed 75,500 for a second flat near Parliament even though he already lived just 12 miles from Westminster

Theresa Villiers claimed almost 16,000 in stamp duty and professional fees on expenses when she bought a London flat, even though she already had a house in the capital. She has agreed to stop claiming the second home allowance

Tom Watson and Iain Wright spent 100,000 of taxpayers' money on the London flat they once shared

Steve Webb sold his London flat and bought another nearby, while the taxpayer picked up an 8,400 bill for stamp duty

Shaun Woodward received 100,000 to help pay mortgage

David Willetts, the Conservatives' choice for skills minister, needed help changing light bulbs. He has agreed to repay the bill

Phil Woolas submitted receipts including comics, nappies and women's clothing as part of his claims for food

Iain Wright and Tom Watson spent 100,000 of taxpayers' money on the London flat they once shared

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