National Debts and a Tory Government


…or any for that matter, so long as it is not the GramscoFabiaNazis New Labour

David Davis

I am going to propose that an incoming Tory government state that it will repudiate all UK government debt incurred after the date and timestamp of the beginning of its conference and up to the time of a new government being announced next….election. AND furthermore, that neither capital nor interest on this debt will be honoured. This will concentrate lenders’ minds immediately as some will have been sold already, some will be in trading, and some will be comtemplated between now and say this Thursday. this will increase the value of the stuff already out there, which will become very heavily-bid, and will concentrate the minds of helot-voters in the “public sector”, whi will find their wages cheques dishonoured between  now and, well, whenever. Which is morally right.

Please read on:-

In a civilised society, it is right and moral to pay off debts, in due course, after they have been incurred. Insofar as libertarians believe that governments have some sort of de-facto legitimacy, and they might if either by consent of their electorates or by dint of the fact that we are for the time being stuck with them, then it is right for gvernments to make some sort of provision for repaying borrowings incurred honourably in the course of their “duties”. Since governments have no money of their own, this sadly has to be raised by taxation along with the “normal” course of expenditures.

But I now take  a different view about some of this National debt incurred recently: this is based on newer observations of acts against this nation which could, in certain lights, be construed as Acts of War.  A well-briefed Court-of-Enquiry – a “Star Chamber” if you will – might actually interpret their decisions and acts as treason, depending on where you stand regarding the relation between the English Sovereign head of State and the People, and which is actually more important jurisprudentially since 1215 and at various defining moments inbetween.

I now put it that the British Enemy Class, arising out of a mixture of corrupted-Christianity-turned-upside-down, self-generated-intellectual hubris, and misplaced condescension towards temporarily less fortunate classes in English Civil Society, has taken a conscious war decision against liberalism.

It has decided on purpose, at some time in the past 120 years and probably quite early on, to unravel liberal English civilisation and society, this stemming from its view that we are a nationalist nation, of wicked evil imperialist repressive globally-colonizing culturally-hegemonic white anglo-saxon male slave-traders-and-drivers. And anything else you care to name. It hates us, because by promoting the virtues of individual liberty and responsibility and also of Natural Rights, we as a civilisation have never hitherto failed to point loudly and visibly towards what I call “The Door Out Of Hell”,

It has tried, hitherto only more or less partially successfully, to dismantle parts of what it hates. Although the general trend of progressive big-statism did advance from about 1874 onwards as both liberals and Tories started to doze off, not very much damage was done to liberty except during and immediately after war years. It is true that some evil things were done: private firearms began to be regulated in 1922 – passports (French word too) were introduced – whole industries were stolen nationalised – the NHS was founded – education was tampered with – and so on.  But in general the rot took some time to set in, and the GramscoFabiaNazis were getting impatient. Too many of their older ranks were beginning to die, before being able to reap the imperial political rewards of their self-promotion as noble freethinking spirits. Like literature-writers of unreadably pretentious twaddle, “artistic” pornographers, child-rapists and cradle-snatchers positioned as “artists”, “educationists” and the like, “political philosophers”, “influential economists”, “admired playwrights”,and so on. The “movement”, the “project” was rinning out of time: new or invonvenient opponents kept suddenly popping up and exhibiting dangerously high amouonts of mass support, such as Reagan and Thatcher, and the populace showed marked disinclination to meekly toe the Gramscian hegemonic cultural line.

But never fear, for a few clever Enemy Class people had begun to subvert the Universities some decades earlier. By the 90s and 2000s, this tactical assault was to become very crucial.

All was ready for 1997 and Blair. John Smith (too “old labour”, too transparently honest not to dissemble in public and therefore a strategic risk) was got rid of – a strange heart-attack and no medical history of problems – and a top project-guy was put in (you can see the point of the Granita deal now). Brown wanted to mallet away too fast, and would have spoiled things, so he was asked to wait 10 years and his turn would come, by which time the “project” would be irreversible and he might do what pleased him. As he has done.

But even after ten years of Stalinism by 2007, and the pissing-away of the Gold, the savings, the pension funds and the day-to-day-revenue in the buying of a clientariat (a necessary but in itself an insufficient condition for success,) the fabric and economic structure of English society was still very strong. The rot takes time to set in. A reasonably quick cave-in seemed improbable. Something had to be done, and fast, to being about swift collapse of confidence and morale of the entire people, and of international confidence in the structure of our finances and banking industry, a major earner and secondary/tertiary empoyer and trigger of other businesses, especially small private ones (which would have to be destroyed in the wash-flood as they’d never vote for the “project”or its droids) via trickle-down.

So the failure of a minor Rotten-Borough-Bank (Northern Rock) could be used at the right time as a method of mis-managing a “banking crisis” triggerable on top of it, if it could be (mis)handled correctly. If done right, the State could say that “the taxpayer” (itself) was “baling out and preventing the failure of” (the State was nationalising”) our “national banking assets and industry (and jobs of course)” and “your money” (now its.)

Since by 2007, there were very few individuals alive on the planet who knew what “inflation” really is, “call for” “injection of” £££££trillions would seem to have nothing to do with inflating a money’s supply, and everything to do with “saving banks and jobs and the economy world”…”quantitative easing” was a dead-giveaway, surely?

In fact the true understanding of the word “inflation” is probably limited to the few thousand people on earth who read libertarian blogs, plus maybe a few City Analysts who keep quiet about it for safety reasons.

So where does that leave the “national debt” and the Tories (IF they are elected…) Since it has been inflated out of all proportion under false pretences and by a clique of evil reactionaries who want to undo Western Civilisation, those parts of it that correspond to what they’ve taken out in order to deliberately liquidate and beggar us here, should be disowned. I wonder if they’ll be brave enough to do it?

Why is it so much worse for a Tory….,


…politician to solicit money (if that is what Osborne has done, consciously or not) from rich buggers, than it is for New Labour Stalinists to do so?

David Davis

Even the quisling right media Tory Press is all over the poor little boy. The left like to slag off Wikipedia, especially “teachers” in “State Schools”, probably because it takes precious knolwdge and gives it to everyone, for free…..  …but someone has updated his page in the last 12 hours…..and righties like us have not time to scratch our arses!

If Oleg Capitalistsky is a foreign national, but “controls” LDV, which is to sya that he has little interest in its affairs on a day-to-day-basis such as giving a mere £50,000 to a British political Party, then why is it anybody’s business if LDV wants to give it?

I don’t recall new Labour being coy about donations from Indian steel firms….or from Bernie ecclestone‘s empires in order to protect an interets in tobacco-derived-sponsorship of F-1 racing…..(*****see below)

MOREOVER…..

IF New Labour has been guilty of attempting to think about the thoughts of selling honours and peerages to other rich buggers, in return for seats in the Lords (remember that? the Prime Minister questioned by police?) then this is much worse than poor little George Osboy.….THEY ARE ACTUALLY FRANCHISING OUT THE GOVERNMENT TO UNELECTED RICH BUGGERS WHOM THEY BROWN-NOSE…..)

Labour ought to remember what happened to Edward II, and what he got for doing a cash-for-honours thingy…..in return for money from his French wife’s chums for his wars, he effectively put them in charge of the State and Exchequer, and I don’t think you’d want to have happen to you what happened to him.

Of course, there is no proof of that.

*****This is what it says on Wiki about Bernie and the Labour Party:-

In 1997 Ecclestone was involved in a political controversy over the Labour Party‘s policy on tobacco sponsorship.

Labour had pledged to ban tobacco advertising in its manifesto ahead of its 1997 General Election victory, supporting a proposed European Union Directive banning tobacco advertising and sponsorship.[13] At this time all leading Formula One Teams carried significant branding from tobacco brands such as Rothmans, Benson and Hedges, West, Marlboro and Mild Seven. The Labour Party’s stance on banning tobacco advertising was reinforced following the election by forceful statements from the Health Secretary Frank Dobson and Minister for Public Health Tessa Jowell.[14] Ecclestone appealed ‘over Jowell’s head’ to Jonathan Powell, Tony Blair’s chief of staff, who arranged a meeting with Blair. Ecclestone and Mosley, both Labour Party donors, met Blair on 16 October 1997, where Mosley argued:

“Motor racing was a world class industry which put Britain at the hi-tech edge. Deprived of tobacco money, Formula One would move abroad at the loss of 50,000 jobs, 150,000 part-time jobs and £900 million of exports.”[14]

On 4 November the “fiercely anti-tobacco Jowell” argued in Brussels for an exemption for Formula One. Media attention initially focused on Labour bending its principles for a “glamour sport” and on the “false trail” of Jowell’s husband’s links to Benetton.[14] On 6 November correspondents from three newspapers inquired whether Labour had received any donations from Ecclestone; he had donated £1 million in January 1997. On 11 November Labour promised to return the money on the advice of Sir Patrick Neill.[15] On 17 November Blair apologised for his government’s mishandling of the affair and stated “the decision to exempt Formula One from tobacco sponsorship was taken two weeks later. It was in response to fears that Britain might lose the industry overseas to Asian countries who were bidding for it.”[16] In 2008, the year after Blair stepped down as Prime Minister, internal Downing Street memos revealed that in fact the decision had been made at the time of the meeting, and not two weeks later as Blair stated in Parliament. [17]


And so we enter the Long Dark Night of un-liberalism


David Davis

Once upon a time, there were members of the Libertarian Alliance who thought it would be possible, and that indeed the day would come, and soon, when we could capture the British Conservative Party. This was to be the way forward: getting libertarian ideas and policies into the normal high-level political discourse of a major modern state.

Therein, we thought, lay our best hope for confronting the pre-capitalist-barbarians, fascists, other lefties, Gramsco-Marxians, and all the other fellow-travelling worthless sub-human murderous trash which we knew even then was bent on infecting and corrupting our institutions, especially the schools and universities. We could make all these uncouth monsters irrelevant. But the damage to these institutions, and the traditions which they enshrined, has been done, and it is probably too late to fix and repair the loss of our culture’s and civilisation’s volume distribution in our population’s folk-memory.

Clearly, whatever opportunity to hijack a good major party may have ever existed, has been lost. Patrick over at the UK Libertarian Party puts it much better than I can: David Cameron not only can’t change anything much, but he also does not really want to.

If Gordon Brown and the Tories both carry on the way they are, Cameron will probably win a majority at the next election, whenever it may occur. But let’s not expect any miracles therafter.

Let’s preserve what can be saved, through the night, and survive, and perhaps even sometimes laugh, if allowed, when nobody is looking.