Gordon Brown condemns Burma crackdown

Two faced Gordon Brown has condemned the crackdown on protesters in Burma and called on the authorities to release those detained, according to the No.10 website.

But I want the police in the UK to detain Britons for 90 days.

In
a Downing Street statement, the Prime Minister defended the actions of
people who have taken to the streets to protest against rising prices
and backed calls for the United Nations to examine developments in the
country.

He said:

“I call upon the Burmese authorities to release
immediately all those detained merely for protesting at the hardship
imposed on them by the government's economic mismanagement and failure
to uphold fundamental human rights.” (source)

We hope Mr Brown remembers those words when his own economic policies unravel and the people of Britain take to the streets as the burden of taxes, fines, surcharges, safety camera taxes, increases in council taxes, Green Taxes, Fixed Penalty Notices, and the other thousands of stealth taxes paid for by middle England in support of the welfare state and Scotland becomes too much for them to bear, and the level of corruption and sleaze in Westminster overtakes acceptable public decency.

NuLab – Destroying Britain from the inside out.

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