Politician Gordon Brown looks like becoming the British prime minister when Tony Blair walks out of No.10.Many people think that in terms of ability that he really isn't up to the job of being the nations leader. I agree.
Back in 1997,Brown made some powerful statements about Britains young people and said that"it was totally unacceptable to allow so many youths to live wasted lives in a modern Britain"
Ten years later, the situation far from being improved by government action is actally FAR worse, as at least a MILLION young people are not in employment or education.They spend their time lazing in bed,hanging around with buddies or gangs on hellish housing estates,wheeling and dealing in drugs,or knocking back pints at the local boozer or endless hours potting the balls at the snooker club while smoking joints until later in the night.
In between all of this, lots of the young lads are getting thousands of young girls pregnant and then they often both become dependent on a lifestyle that revolves around living off social security and hanging out on the streets because their families and family bonding is very weak.Their lives have no real focus.
How I wonder can Brown and Blair really be taken seriously about organising a democratic Iraq when back in England a million youth are wasting their lives and the British government are clueless about a plan to produce a massive raising of standards that is badly needed by British youth.Brown's 1997 words were all hot air and that's the problem with politicians....BIG on talk but a joke at getting results!