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A Lesson in Ignorance? Brown Chides British Workers, Bribes Poor Parents into Vaccinating their Children and Fails to Realise that the UK's Problems were Caused by his Government .........

 
Stewart Cowan, 23/6/08

Several papers are reporting on the speech the Prime Minister will make today at an event hosted by the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust in London.

The doublethink and apparent ignorance is quite staggering.

The Times reports that, "The Prime Minister will declare that he wants Britain to become upwardly mobile once again. He will also announce details of a scheme in which poor parents will receive £200 if they ensure that their children get basic medical attention."

"Mr Brown, a notorious workaholic, is expected to tell an event hosted by the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust in London that parents must want their children to do better than they did themselves but that this “cannot be achieved without people themselves adopting the work ethic, the learning ethic and aiming high ... We must set a national priority to aggressively and relentlessly develop the potential of the British people”.

Will he say how and why Labour has set up a vast benefit-dependent cuture?

"Mr Brown will talk about close friends who might have gone in to apprenticeships or to university but missed out because the opportunities were not available."

"He is expected to say: “The abiding reason for my interest in public service is that I want their children and their grandchildren to have all the chances that were not available to my school friends.”

"Britain is to pilot a US-style scheme in which parents who take their under-fives for check-ups or vaccinations at a local children's centre will receive a cash payment. It is part of a £125 million scheme over three years, announced in the last Budget, to alleviate child poverty."

"The services that trigger payment could include health screenings and routine injections. “Giving people a one-off grant can be an incentive for people in deprived areas to make better use of kids clubs, children's centres and healthcare services,” an aide to Mr Brown said."

Is his concern alleviating poverty - no mention of the properly-paid jobs or strengthening families which would achieve this - or to get more people into the 'system?'

Is this a stunt to have more children vaccinated when the safety is increasingly uncertain?

Mercury-based preservatives in vaccines have been an issue for years and a possible cause of the huge increase in autism.

The National Autistic Society reminds us that, "There is no doubt that the heavy metal mercury (Hg) is one of the most toxic substances on earth."

Other preservatives are replacing the mercury in some vaccines amid autism fears, but there is still a cocktail of unpleasant ingredients in vaccines, including other heavy metals, sorbitol, monkey kidney cells, rhesus monkey fetal lung cells and human diploid cells from aborted fetal tissue.

The Times continues, "The scheme is part of Mr Brown's attempts to tackle systemic inequality in Britain. He will add: “In education, the family you are born into is still the best predictor of the exam results you achieve. In employment, millions of adults still do not have the skills they need to make progress in their working lives. In health, the place where you were born still determines how long you will live. And in housing, your parents' wealth still makes a great difference to your chances of getting on the housing ladder.”

Unbelievable! Are we seriously meant to believe that after eleven years of a Labour government, the PM is suddenly concerned about inequality when the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) said recently that income inequality is "at a level higher than that which Labour inherited and equal to its highest level seen since the start of a consistent time series in 1961."

"In education, the family you are born into is still the best predictor of the exam results you achieve."

That is because strong families produce strong, intelligent individuals and for the very same reason Labour is anti-family.

"In employment, millions of adults still do not have the skills they need to make progress in their working lives."

This from a regime intent on sending more and more people to further education. The result: millions of adults remain untrained for the real world and the most basic and valuable jobs like doctors, dentists and tradesmen like plumbers have to be 'imported'.

"In housing, your parents' wealth still makes a great difference to your chances of getting on the housing ladder.”

What does he expect with average house prices in many areas over £200,000?

All the problems he will talk about are problems his government and preceding ones have created!

Surely the time must come soon when this Government will have absolutely no credibility left whatsoever, even among its staunchest supporters.