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velma 19-11-2017 12:43 PM

There are no unemployed in the UK
 
Delusional Chancellor, Philip Hammond claims, there is no unemployment in the UK.

“Where are all these unemployed people? There are no unemployed people. We have created 3.5m jobs since 2010. This economy has become a jobs factory.”

In fact, there are about 1.42 million unemployed people in the UK and many more who are underemployed and would like more hours.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics...mmond-tv-gaffe

John McDonnell, the shadow chancellor asked, "What world is he living in?"

sparkplug 19-11-2017 04:03 PM

It shows how out of touch this government is.

There might not be any unemployed, as they have had their benefits stoppped/suspended or denied.

There are certainly lots of people without work and who are findind things very tough.

I can't wait for him and the rest of the ivory tower brigade to be voted out.

tinfoil hat 19-11-2017 05:33 PM

I know loads of unemployed people

hayed joe 19-11-2017 05:58 PM

This and Duncan Shite saying unmarried people are a problem put the biggest "Fuck you!" smile on my face, which obviously turns into a grimace eventually during the lowest moments.

iamawaveofthesea 19-11-2017 06:51 PM

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Originally Posted by sparkplug (Post 1062978148)
I can't wait for him and the rest of the ivory tower brigade to be voted out.

and then do what?

get labour in?

were there no unemployed people under labour?

how about looking instead at where money comes from?

cosmicpurpose1.618 19-11-2017 08:32 PM

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Originally Posted by velma (Post 1062978078)
Delusional Chancellor, Philip Hammond claims, there is no unemployment in the UK.

“Where are all these unemployed people? There are no unemployed people. We have created 3.5m jobs since 2010. This economy has become a jobs factory.”

In fact, there are about 1.42 million unemployed people in the UK and many more who are underemployed and would like more hours.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics...mmond-tv-gaffe

John McDonnell, the shadow chancellor asked, "What world is he living in?"

reminds me when Nixon was in office and said people were going hungry in the U.S not because they were poor but because they didn't know where to get food....

velma 19-11-2017 11:48 PM

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Originally Posted by cosmicpurpose1.618 (Post 1062978220)
reminds me when Nixon was in office and said people were going hungry in the U.S not because they were poor but because they didn't know where to get food....

We have food banks, to compensate for the financial theft by real banks.

jaybigjay 20-11-2017 11:11 AM

Its telling that when Hammond said that on the Andrew Mar show, Mar didnt imidiately jump on it like any good journalist would, He did mention it at the end of the show but the impact was lost then.

Good old BBC Towing the Government line as usual.

fudgetusk 20-11-2017 01:21 PM

He's probably implying that those out of work are shirkers.

nofuture 20-11-2017 01:52 PM

The system depends upon mass unemployment.

Remember that when the Zionists are calling us scroungers in their papers and on their TV channels.

fudgetusk 20-11-2017 02:51 PM

They've predicted that most menial jobs will be done by robots in a few years. What will they do with millions out of work?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-39377353

I was talking with some nazi tories(conservatives) on twitter and they suggest we just kill the people on benefits. They weren't joking. People out of work/sick are the straw man for the elite to attack for all their debt problems. The intention is to get the upper classes to lose compassion for the sick and jobless. It is working it seems.

I reported those posts on twitter about killing people off. Nothing was done. Twitter tolerates evil.

JustMe418 20-11-2017 03:55 PM

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Originally Posted by nofuture (Post 1062978364)
The system depends upon mass unemployment.

Remember that when the Zionists are calling us scroungers in their papers and on their TV channels.

Full employment can be a bad thing for taxes and prices as more people need to be paid, etc. It is/ was accepted by politicians that keeping a percentage of people on the dole keeps some prices and costs down a bit but they cant be seen to admit that.

JustMe418 20-11-2017 03:56 PM

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Originally Posted by fudgetusk (Post 1062978351)
He's probably implying that those out of work are shirkers.

But a lot of them are. Not all, but a lot.

JustMe418 20-11-2017 03:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by velma (Post 1062978078)
Delusional Chancellor, Philip Hammond claims, there is no unemployment in the UK.

“Where are all these unemployed people? There are no unemployed people. We have created 3.5m jobs since 2010. This economy has become a jobs factory.”

In fact, there are about 1.42 million unemployed people in the UK and many more who are underemployed and would like more hours.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics...mmond-tv-gaffe

John McDonnell, the shadow chancellor asked, "What world is he living in?"

Perhaps the zero hours contract comes into this as people may be technically classed as working even if they get no hours. They would be on benefits top ups. Fact is, there are unemployed people but politicians are blind to simple realities of life.

sparkplug 20-11-2017 06:49 PM

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Originally Posted by iamawaveofthesea (Post 1062978194)
and then do what?

get labour in?

were there no unemployed people under labour?

how about looking instead at where money comes from?

Get a government of the people in power. No tories. No Labour/New Labour.

Yes there were unemployed under Labour, but for this turd to say there are no unemployed is a farce.

I know where money comes from, the magic printing press.

mranderson 20-11-2017 08:14 PM

what a disgrace of a human being

and it wouldn't be any better with anyone else because it was never the governments responsibility to create jobs anyway

they only make jobs for themselves , at the expense of you and I

madbomber 03-03-2018 03:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JustMe418 (Post 1062978400)
Perhaps the zero hours contract comes into this as people may be technically classed as working even if they get no hours. They would be on benefits top ups. Fact is, there are unemployed people but politicians are blind to simple realities of life.

The gig economy is a heaven-sent opportunity for these crooks to massage statistics. And you're right, if you have a zero-hours contract you fall under the 'employed' category and your poverty can be used to bolster scum like Hammond's rhetoric.

iamawaveofthesea 03-03-2018 03:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sparkplug (Post 1062978148)
I can't wait for him and the rest of the ivory tower brigade to be voted out.

and be replaced by who?

labour?

what labour has been doing is funnelling literally MILLIONS of poor unskilled people into the country

so if we consider that we are now moving into an age of AUTOMATION where machines are going to replace human workers WHERE ARE ALL THOSE PEOPLE GOING TO GET JOBS?????

Driverless cars for example will replace cab drivers, lorriy drivers, van drivers, bus drivers, train drivers, tram drivers

All those people will lose their jobs in the next decade and many cab drivers are immigrants

So what do they do for a job then?

If you are in a job where you think you are safe from automation then consider this: as other people lose their jobs they will look to do other jobs and to retrain and reskill and move into other areas and they may want YOUR job; so there will be increasing pressure on the jobs that do exist which will drive down wages and work conditions because as there are so many people wanting your job your boss can then pay you lower wages and give you worse work conditions because if you don't like it there will be plenty of people they will replace you with

you ever heard anyone ever make that threat to you? Well a lot more people will be hearing that

No one is going to feel secure in their jobs and that to a large extent is the fault of labour for boosting the countries population so much

iamawaveofthesea 03-03-2018 03:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sparkplug (Post 1062978456)
Get a government of the people in power. No tories. No Labour/New Labour.

Yes there were unemployed under Labour, but for this turd to say there are no unemployed is a farce.

I know where money comes from, the magic printing press.

i'll give you another example of peoples misplaced anger

people are angry at the tory government for grenfell tower but buildings like grenfell were built by MARXISTS

That 'brutalist' style of architecture was built by marxist city planners looking to build their technocratic cities of the future where everyone is crammed into giant factory farming blocks

They are labour buildings! if people want to get angry about grenfell and the design of that building they should learn their history and see where that style of building comes from and yes if you build buildings upwards so that they stand upright like the wick of a lantern and they catch fire then flames will rise and they will torch the whole building

But none of the marxist architects and planners who built that crap EVER lived in them; they're FABIAN champagne socialists who have grand schemes to change society in ways that keep the workers as cogs in their giant machine and where is the dignity in that?

decim 03-03-2018 08:39 PM

Plenty of subsidised employers in the buy to let rentier economy strip mining the landless peasants.

20 Oct 2015 ...
Consider this: there were just under 7 million working families with dependant children in the UK in 2014, according to the ONS.
Of the 3.3 million in-work families receiving tax credits last year, 2.7 million were working families with children: nearly 40% of working families with children in Britain rely on tax credits.
https://www.theguardian.com/money/20...d-who-benefits

These figures will no doubt have been 'massaged'.


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