Novelist. Author of APSARAS and tales from the beautiful Saigh Valley. First person to quantify spiritual values.

Total Pageviews

Thursday 29 September 2011

Labour Party conference

All of a sudden the Labour Party are concerned with youth unemployment. This is strange when you think that these youths have spent their entire academic lives under a Socialist Labour Government which was more concerned about equality than teaching in our schools. With any sort of elitism banished by the likes of the National Union of Teachers, is it any wonder that one employer said last week that he found today's youngsters had no work ethic, were illiterate and innumerate.

Miliband's speech was so bad I had to turn it off. In the bit I heard, it concentrated mostly on what he wasn't. It certainly had no substance and was delivered with a limp voice that matched his appearance. I bet his handshake is limp too. The man is just not credible.
He and other Labourites keep talking of encouraging 'growth' in the economy as if all you had to do was turn on a tap. It sounds good but do they know what the hell it entails? Have they any idea of what industrial growth demands? As Guido Fawkes, the blogger tells us, the Shadow Cabinet of career politicians have no experience of starting and building a business. God help us all if this lot ever gets into power again.

No comments:

Post a Comment