Tuesday, February 10, 2009

The Tyrants Accuse the Rebels of Tyranny

Feb 10, 2009 09:04

The Tyrants Accuse the Rebels of Tyranny

The UK's Ed Balls, "the Children's and Schools Secretary," is alarmed that the economy is causing civil unrest that may cause the rise of a new Fascist regime like the 1930's Germany experienced.

The UK is already authoritarian, has elevated the "state" above the individual, is centralized, and represses dissenters. It taxes and regulates the Queen's subjects into a humble state and then insults them with accusations that they occupy too much carbon. That is fascism.

Now the accuser of the brethren says that if the men refuse to remain compliant, that they are fascists! Balls affirmed this idea, "after a trade union baron warned that far right parties were trying to hijack the campaign for "British jobs for British workers".

He said, "I think that this is a financial crisis more extreme and more serious than that of the 1930s and we all remember how the politics of that era were shaped by the economy."

Now that a little civil unrest has begun, the fascist themselves are fearful that they may be swept away by a vengeful revolt. Fitting for the nation that repudiated the Magana Carta; they never learn.