I wish everything in it was wrong; a figment of my imagination.
I wish we could trust the professional politicians and let them get on with running the country for us, so that we, in turn, could be allowed to get on with our lives.
Sadly, I will show in this book precisely how Gordon Brown has destroyed Britain and made us especially vulnerable to the coming oil apocalypse.”
Chapter 1: Gordon Brown: Visionary Or Moron?
Chapter 2: Fiddling The Inflation Figures
Chapter 3: The Great Pensions Theft
Chapter 4: How Brown’s Performance Target Culture Has Destroyed Public Services
Chapter 5: Statist or Fascist?
Chapter 6: The Imprudent Chancellor And The Worst Budget Deficit In W. Europe
Chapter 7: The Architect Of Britain’s Housing Crisis
Chapter 8: Strangling The Economy With Red Tape
Chapter 9: Creating A Society Dependent Upon The State
Chapter 10: Selling Off The Family Gold At Rock Bottom Prices
Chapter 11: Tax Credits: A Tool For A Control Freak
Chapter 12: Destroyer Of Family Life
Chapter 13: The Sinking Ship
Chapter 14: PFI: Perfidious Financial Innovation
Chapter 15: The Tax Collector
Chapter 16: Means Testing – Another Aspect Of Practical Fascism
Chapter 17: An Army Of Bureaucrats
Chapter 18: A Man Dedicated To Waste
Chapter 19: A Scot Who Loathes England?
Chapter 20: A Collapse In Savings
Chapter 21: Global Warming: An Opportunity For More Taxes
Chapter 22: Squeezing The Poor Until The Pips Squeak
Brown’s term as Chancellor will be remembered for poor decisions, extraordinary displays of ignorance, prejudice (that would surely have resulted in serious charges if exhibited by anyone outside the Government) and Soviet quality attempts at social engineering.
In Gordon is a Moron I’ve explained how Brown’s stupidity and incompetence have weakened Britain for generations to come.
If you share my horror at the lowering of quality and standards in public life you will, I suspect, also share my belief that no one exemplifies the lowering more dramatically than Gordon the Moron. I have tried to deal with Brown in an objective and academic way but I make no apologies if any of my contempt has seeped into my prose.
What have we done to deserve public servants such as Brown?
It must have been something pretty terrible.’
From Vernon Coleman’s preface to Gordon Is A Moron
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