I wrote some time
ago about how Gordon Brown had already taken
over government, how every department of state reported not to No.10 but to
Gordon Brown, and that it was he who was setting policy, budgets and the
It is he who is
driving in the UK the ID
card scheme, it is he who is driving the ePassports and it is he who wants
every citizen to be accounted for, to be watched, checked and made compliant.
Now that has been
confirmed by Lord Turnbull, who was Mr Brown's permanent secretary for four
years, who said the chancellor would not allow serious discussion about
He said enhanced
Treasury control came “at the expense of any government cohesion and any
assessment of strategy” and “sheer Stalinist ruthlessness”.
Lord Turnbull has
given a full interview with the Financial
Times, during which he made the following comment about Gordon Brown and
“the more or
less complete contempt with which other colleagues are held”. Lord
Turnbull added: “He cannot allow them any serious discussion about
priorities. His view is that it is just not worth it and 'they will get what I
If Gordon Brown
is contemptuous of his professional colleagues, try to imagine in what light he
holds the citizenry of Britain. Just numbers, just the mass of people
who must be controlled in order to meet his economic goals and his egotistical grip on power.
We already knew
that Gordon Brown was a control freak, we certainly know he is not a people
person, and we had already noticed that when ever bad government news was about
to break Gordon Brown was not around. This was also confirmed by Lord Turnbull,
who said “The chancellor has a Macavity quality. He is not there when there is
dirty work to be done.”
claiming the man who expected to be the next prime minister used denial of
information as an “instrument of power”
explain the governments desire to neuter the Freedom of Information Act, and
the contempt for the parliamentary processes. True Stalinist qualities.
Beware, for should
this man ever become prime minister, you will have unleashed a new Stalin on
this country, and on the world. You will
not see free and fair elections in Britain again, and the people of this country
will suffer for decades to come.