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Gordon Brown’s Department of Debt Dialectic and Other Jobbies

by | 5th, January 2009

GORDON BROWN says “the world must work harder to avoid a two-year recession.”

History teaches us that two years is not enough. We must strive for three, four and the dream of decade-long recession.

Says the Sun:

“He also unveiled plans for100,000 jobs and ruled out an election this year.”

So Gordon will wait until the recession is in full swing to call an election, or not.

Meanwhile, he will create a 100,000 more jobbies in debt consolidation and the repossession sector, all managed by the Department of Debt Dialectic, itself an employer of some 24,000 citizens. Or as Fraser Nelson, says “up to” 100,000 jobs, which includes the figure “zero jobs”.

The scheme will teach people how to spot good debt from bad debt, and will be rolled out across the world in an integrated debt management scheme.

Thousands more jobs will be created in employment offices, benefit bureaus and in organising warming and invigorating marches for more jobs and a better way of life.

Says Brown:

“If we spend a pound in Britain, it can have twice the effect if other countries do the same.”

Although not in the US or the euro zone, obviously.

Note: Mr Brown knows the value of a good job and a solid roof over one’s head and will hang onto both for as long as he is legally able.


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