“My ambition is that over the next four years, PEOPLE ACROSS THE COUNTRY WILL COME TO THINK OF BRITAIN’S FANTASTIC DEVELOPMENT WORK AROUND THE POOREST PARTS OF THE WORLD WITH THE SAME PRIDE AND SATISFACTION THEY HAVE IN SOME OF OUR GREAT INSTITUTION LIKE THE ARMED FORCES AND THE MONARCHY.He wants us to be proud of the fact that, at a time when we are being instructed to tighten our belts to the max, Mitchell and his fellow Cabinet millionaires are handing over billions of our fast-disappearing pounds to foreigners.
This is brilliant work that Britain is doing… Can it be more effective? Can it be more far-reaching? Can it make us more secure? Yes. These are very compelling arguments. Yes, they are more difficult to get across in a time of austerity, but they are in my view compelling. My job is to make those arguments.”
Well, Andy, that’s about as likely as the fact that, one day, all of the traitors in Westminster will go to heaven. On the other hand, if we were talking about HELL, with a bit of luck and a small revolution, all of the p***-takers down your way might end up there rather sooner than planned.
The Department for International Development is one of only two Whitehall departments whose budgets are growing. Overall aid spending will rise from £7.8 billion this year to £11.5 billion under a Coalition pledge to provide real increases in development funding, a real-terms increase of 34 per cent. By contrast, the Ministry of Defence (when our troops are heavily engaged in Libya and and Afghanistan) is facing a cut of almost 8 per cent.
Two of the countries still receiving substantial amounts of aid are India and Pakistan, both of which had enough spare cash, at a time when we were donating lavishly, to have built a nuclear arsenal apiece! India even has a space programme now!
Why, you may well ask, do our politicians care more about the foreign poor than their own leaders do? For that matter, why do they seem to care about the foreign poor more than the British poor and the defence of the realm? Well, if they are not, actively, at war with us, (some are) globalist credentials would be my guess. Scoring points with the masters of the universe.
Here’s something you may find interesting. Right up until they left office, New Labour was giving foreign aid to Russia and China! That’s an annual bung to a Communist superpower to which we just happen to owe a great deal of money! China’s national debt, as a proportion of GDP, is much less than our own, they are about to overtake the USA as the world’s financial superpower and the country is third most heavily armed nation in the world!
The other New Labour bung went to a former Communist superpower that is still the second most heavily armed nation in the world and, nowadays, makes a mint from providing much of Europe, including us, with oil and gas.
If anyone out there thinks the British politician gives our cash to the foreigner because he’s a nicer, more caring person than the rest of us, our universal masters will be pleased to note the the brainwash is, even now, still working.