FROM OUR SUNDAYMERCURY.NET FORUMS; Politicians to Blame for Mess We're In

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FROM OUR SUNDAYMERCURY.NET FORUMS; Politicians to Blame for Mess We're In


Byline: JOEWOEN

ANARCHISTS have warned their fresh protests are "just the start".

Whilst I can understand the frustration and anger of the millions who have lost so much in the credit crunch, brought about by banking greed, I think the blame should be targeted at the governments of the world who allowed it all to happen.

Gordon 'Prudence Brown' - being our local hero - could be the first place to look.

I am not advocating violence, simply the realisation of where the real blame lies.

They knew it was happening yet sat on their respective backsides sucking on the gravy.

It is the job of governments to protect the electorate from these sort of disasters and they have been found wanting. If honour existed in politics any more, our government would have resigned long ago.

BERNI TWO puppies had to be rescued by passers-by as they were being kicked and held over a bonfire by children as young as 10.

Do not try and tell me this is the Government's fault or it's got anything to do with the downturn in the economy.

This is pure evil by youngsters who should be taken from their parents, locked up and have the best psychiatrist treatment money can buy.

The parents should also be named and shamed. They should be given parenting orders and observed by the social services until their children are adults. …

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