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It gets worse: did Israel LIE about rescuing hostages to justify Rafah bloodbath?

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I am merely showing you what’s being said. Hopefully more information will become available (although probably not via the BBC) and we’ll all be able to make up our own minds.

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Here’s the issue:

Just when you think Israel could not descend any lower, this happens.


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There is NO ‘national debt’. Politicians like Keir Starmer are SCAREMONGERING

Keir Starmer and money: he doesn’t understand how it works but he wants us to put him in charge of the UK’s economy. How insane would we have to be to do that? Oh, and Rishi Sunak doesn’t know how it works either.

Let’s try to put this ridiculous nonsense about us having to pay back a mythical “national debt” to rest, if we can.

This Writer has been trying to work out a better way to describe it for a long time – practically since it became a political football during the run-up to the 2010 election, in fact – and I have learned a lot about the way the UK’s money system works in that time.

Here’s how it works:

All UK money is created as demanded by the government. It asks the Bank of England, which it owns, to create the sums it needs in order to fund its political projects and policies and puts that money into the economy.

(And in order to prevent inflation, as more and more money is pumped into the system – and also to validate Sterling (the Pound) as a currency – the government takes money back out of the system in taxes.)

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Without the money the government creates, the economy would not work – unless we all went back to bartering one set of goods for another, but this is not as good a system as using a currency.

So we could say that money is the lifeblood of the economy – it invigorates the system and keeps it alive.

Taking that comparison further: we don’t say we owe our heart a debt of blood because it pumps eight pints of it around our bodies, without which we couldn’t survive, do we?

And if we give blood, for medical purposes, we don’t expect to have to pay our heart back in some extraordinary way; our bodies just make more of it.

So it seems strange to consider all the money the Bank is told to create for the economy as being debt; it is something else, for which I have yet to find a good pithy name.

As such, it seems to This Writer that governments should work out how much they need to have in the economy at any given time, in order to achieve their aims, and remove that from any notion of debt. This would then give them a better idea of how much to tax out of the system at any time. There are other indicators available to show who it should be taxed from.

It seems to me that this (possibly naive) model is endorsed by the economist Richard Murphy in his new – long – ‘X’ thread about why Keir Starmer’s twaddle about the “national credit card” is ridiculous.

Read:

Here’s the bit that corroborates what I was thinking:

So the national debt is actually the money that makes the economy work. That’s not a debt – it’s an assset!

He continues:

Now he’s getting into why the “maxed-out credit card” story is daft.

Here comes the punchline: why are Labour and the Tories making such a fuss about a so-called debt that doesn’t actually exist? Read on:

So there you have it.

There is no national debt.

The money created by the government, through the Bank of England, is what energises the economy (we can see that demonstrated by the fact that there has been practically no growth in the years since David Cameron and George Osborne imposed austerity on us).

Political parties talk about a fictional national debt and a fictional national credit card to make us believe that, as a nation, we cannot afford the public services and assets that we need. This is a lie.

The conclusion?

Political parties that tell this lie do not deserve our vote and there should be no Labour, Conservative, Liberal Democrat or SNP MPs in the House of Commons after the next general election – unless they change their tune radically.


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Rishi Sunak tried to tell you he introduced honesty to government. Liar!

Rishi Sunak: the lies Peter Stefanovic identifies below are only a fraction of the many falsehoods this bitterly dishonest prime minister has told the UK public.

Rishi Sunak seems to be trying to steal Boris Johnson’s crown as the most dishonest prime minister the UK has ever had.

Apparently he claimed in a TV interview that he has introduced honesty to government.

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Here’s Peter Stefanovic to put us all straight:


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Keir Starmer’s reason for killing Green Prosperity Plan: economic illiteracy

It was bad enough that Keir Starmer decided to ditch his party’s last policy that divided it from the Tories; now we learn that he’s justifying it with the worst piece of economic illiteracy of the last few decades.

Here’s Another Angry Voice:

Apparently Labour can’t now afford to invest for the future because the Tory government has said it is going to “max out the national credit card”.

If this sounds wearisomely familiar, it’s because it is. The “maxed out national credit card” trope was one of David Cameron and George Osborne’s favourite propaganda lines when they were trying to convince the country that “let’s cut our way to prosperity” austerity ruination was a wise economic strategy, rather than the macroeconomically illiterate road to ruin it’s proven to be.

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Anyone with a shred of economic knowledge understands that comparisons between national economies and household family budgets are profoundly misleading, and that they’re especially egregious when public borrowing is portrayed as akin to a reckless credit card splurge.

Unless you have a money printing press in your house, your household budget is almost entirely unlike a national economy, and public borrowing (the cheapest possible form of borrowing) is extremely unlike credit card borrowing (the most expensive aside from payday loan exploitation).

Thus anyone making such comparisons is either an economic illiterate who doesn’t have the faintest idea how national economies actually work, or they’re wilfully spreading economically illiterate tropes in order dupe people they believe to be gullible.

Apparently Starmer and the right-wing ghouls he’s surrounded himself with believe we can solve Britain’s economic malaise with the same ruinous “cut our way to prosperity” policies and by spreading exactly the same asinine economic illiteracy as the people who actually caused it!

You’d have to fit Einstein’s definition of insanity to believe that we’ll end up with different results by trying the same thing again, down to the exact same propaganda lines used to justify it.

Once again we learn that the way forward for the UK is neither a Conservative nor a Labour government.

Source: Why is Keir Starmer spreading economic illiteracy?


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After workers refused to staff Israeli military fundraiser, Zionist cheerleaders paint it as intimidation

What a gang of sleazy liars we have cheerleading for the Israeli government and military on our social media.

Look what happened on February 4:

There you have it: the workers decided not to support the event.

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Now see how it was spun by this Israel apologist:

The comments following this ‘X’ post clearly demonstrate the enormity of the falsehood.

Shame on him. And this is just one of the many who are happy to distort the facts in support of the slaughter of innocents.


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If this Hollywood star is being blacklisted over Israel/Gaza, who else is?

Locked out: it seems the pro-Israel lobby has decided it can tell us who we want to watch on TV and in films, based on whether they support Israel’s genocide or not. Melissa Barrera spoke out in favour of letting the people of Gaza live – so she has been blacklisted, it seems.

This Site has already discussed the targeting of Melissa Barrera after she was reportedly fired from the Scream film franchise for making pro-Palestine comments.

Now it seems she has been blacklisted – her agents have dropped her and she is being verbally attacked for posting a link for donations to UNRWA, the aid organisation for Palestinians that lost funding from the UK and other countries, just because Israel made unfounded claims that it was harbouring terrorists:

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Who else is being denied the opportunity to earn a living because a homicidal foreign government will not tolerate factual accuracy?


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Rishi Sunak lies that 18-week waits for NHS services have fallen – or he’s an imbecile

Rishi Sunak: I always thought he looked nervous in this image. He could also be dishonest. Or just plain stupid. Your choice!

How courageous (in the Yes, Minister sense of the word) of Rishi Sunak to come out with an outrageous lie in a newspaper – that is published just hours before a TV news report debunks it, never mind Full Fact.

Here it is in brief:

The Full Fact article says:

The Prime Minister said in a comment piece in the Telegraph that the government had substantially reduced 18-week waits since January 2023. This is not true.

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Waits for non-emergency treatment of more than 18 weeks in the NHS in England have actually risen in that time. Health is devolved so that NHS England is the part of the health service that the UK government controls.

The article came out the same day (January 31) as Channel 4 News came out with this:

Full Fact, in an act of astonishing charity, suggested that Sunak was mistaking 18-week waits with 18-month waits – which have reduced significantly.

This Writer reckons that’s letting the prime minister off lightly.

He’s the one in charge. The buck stops there. And he needs to have the facts at his fingertips.

If he doesn’t, who knows what other clangers he’s been dropping left, right and centre?

So either he lied in Parliament, which is a cardinal sin of UK politics, or he’s an imbecile, which should be a cardinal sin of UK politics.

Either way, I don’t want to have him running my country into the dirt for one minute longer than I have to. How about you?


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Israeli lies about Hamas ‘atrocities’ are debunked on-air – on Israeli TV

The clip below is from an Israeli TV channel – confirming what some of us have been saying since the first claims about what Hamas did on October 7 last year started to be made by cheerleaders for the Israeli government: that it is nothing but a pack of lies.

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As a commenter on the clip stated, the stories were nothing but state-sponsored atrocity propaganda to justify genocide.


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Peter Stefanovic demolishes Rishi Sunak’s PMQs lies

Rishi Sunak at PMQs: the mouth is open but he has nothing worthwhile to say [archive image].

Can you believe some people are actually gaslit by the drivel that spouts out of Rishi Sunak’s mouth during Prime Minister’s Questions?

They deny the facts of their own senses to believe that we’re all better-off – and actually “levelling up”, whatever that means. With whom?

This Writer, for one, would like to see Rishi Sunak make an earnest commitment for us all to level up with the kind of earnings and savings he and his wife make every year. That might be worth something.

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As it is, his rhetoric is nothing but empty gas, that probably comes with an odour of rotting things.

I’m just glad the excellent Peter Stefanovic is around to put the facts to Sunak’s fiction because it means I don’t have to:


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Green Parliamentary candidate proves herself better than many in Labour

Jeremy Corbyn: it’s funny how a Green Party candidate can apologise for falsely accusing him of anti-Semitism, but people in the Labour Party – including the leader who succeeded Corbyn – cannot.

A Green Party candidate has shown herself to be better than many members of Labour – by admitting she was wrong and apologising.

Take a look at the following:

So the claim was that Green Party members called Jeremy Corbyn an anti-Semite and have yet to apologise. Which Green Party members?

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Turns out one had been discovered earlier:

But here’s a thing. Having discovered that her words from 2020 had been resurrected and thrown at her political party, Chesca Walton published a statement. This one:

She passed her comment in anger, at a time when she was not a Green Party member. She accepted that her words were ill-judged and wholeheartedly apologised.

And she encouraged anybody who thinks they can do better to put themselves forward as electoral candidates too – for an excellent reason.

She’s not quite right in what she says. Heather Mendick points out: “It is good to see someone in politics saying: I’m sorry, I was wrong. It shows openness and learning. But for the record, Jeremy Corbyn never shared antisemitic content, he’s an awesome constituency MP, and you will have to look far and wide to find a better politician.”

The reason I mention all this is simple.

Jeremy Corbyn was attacked with false accusations of anti-Semitism by people within his own party – Labour. Eventually – in 2020 – he was ousted from the Parliamentary Labour Party and made to sit in the House of Commons as an Independent.

All the accusations against Mr Corbyn have – as Ms Walton said – been disproved.

How many current Labour Party members – including MPs – have apologised in as full and frank a way as she did? When can we expect an apology from current leader Keir Starmer?

If Mr Corbyn doesn’t get one, then it’s another – big – reason for voters to abandon lying Labour and turn to someone else.

To the Green Party, maybe.

And in Hackney South, where the sitting MP is Meg Hillier, who once betrayed benefit claimants by abstaining on the Tories plan to introduce the benefit cap (which is now well-established), no doubt among other crimes against the electorate – and where Ms Walton is the Green Party?

Well, we’ll see, shall we?


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