"In one foul swoop, George Osbourne has thrown away every last penny slashed off government spending last year. Money saved by brutal cuts to everything from pensioners' day centres to Army equipment has all simply been dropped into the bottomless pit of EU bail-outs."
That's Nick Griffin's latest comment on the simple maths of the ConDem regime's decision to give a further £10 Billion to the International Monetary Fund's Euro bail-out operation.
"The government has just tossed away well over a £Billion more than the total of all the cuts in spending made last year. Cuts to the police. Cuts to the health service. Cuts in invalidity benefit. Cuts in social housing which have led to a record five million people on the waiting list.
"All the sacrifices imposed on ordinary people and hard-pressed communities with cuts to essential services 'raised' £8.6 Billion. All in vain, because Osbourne and Cameron have just blown £10 Billion propping up the doomed Euro. "
Not fit to run the Eton Tuck Shop!
"There hasn't been such a stupid waste of our money since Labour's Gordon Brown sold off half of Britain's gold reserves at a fraction of their long-term value. These incompetents aren't fit to run the tuck shop at Eton."
In addition to the latest £10 Billion giveaway, the ConDem regime have already given £12.5 Billion to help bail out individual Eurozone countries, including Greece and Portugal.
When you look around bankrupt Britain, can you not think of better ways to spend £22.5 Billion than helping Brussels pretend that the Euro disaster might go away? The plain truth is that Tory, Lib-Dem and Labour politicians all put the EU 'Project' before the interests of the British people. And they will continue to do so until the great mass of ordinary voters give them their marching orders
In the famous words of Oliver Cromwell, when he cleared out an earlier Parliament of fools and wasters in 1653: "You have sat too long for any good you have been doing lately ... Depart, I say; and let us have done with you. In the name of God, go!"