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Initial post: 11 Mar 2011, 10:36:52 GMT
I think theet MP's are public sector workers (i.e. they work for us ) don't they? Why don't they take a cut in pensions and then it will be fair and at the same time: lose the subsidised bar to be fair and show willing.
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In reply to an earlier post on 19 Mar 2011, 20:57:11 GMT
DC says:
I agree completely. They should lead by example...

Posted on 12 Apr 2011, 16:33:37 BST
John Gammon says:
What's this to do with the BBC?

Posted on 4 Nov 2011, 11:06:54 GMT
DP Laing says:
The main problem regarding cutting public sector pensions throughout the (bankrupt) West is that they are in legal contracts. So they are entrapments that do not take account of negative national GNP, people living much longer, and the ruinous fiddling of statistics that public servants love to indulge to boost their own pensions and pay.
But because such fiddling of statistics deterministically overthrows the government eventually, many prior laws also apply, notably of treason, which is not a crime of intent, else subconscious treason (by values) would be indulged and the government deterministically overthrown. The government does not need to pass new laws, merely issue more explicit guidance notes on existing ones, proving why former interpretations were wrong and not the Will of parliament or the true meaning of the law passed.

Problem solved, the West is saved.

Recent Darren Brown proofs of mind control puppetry apply to the much vaguer practice of tacit treason by mind control. "Intent" is a fraudulent legal concept and can no longer be used: the "non-intended" has to be prosecuted as "intended", judges to decide the degree of culpable negligence.
So the game is up for the mind control traitors; the government should declare a payback-style amnesty for the hundreds of thousands of people have been part, such as beneficiaries, of this conspiracy, say 50% of their wealth and pension given to the government in return for non-prosecution. It would otherwise be impractical to prosecute so many traitors and have 500,000 or so people suspended from their jobs or put in jail for the rest of their lives.

In short, Public officials (POs) imported money & fiddled statistics to pretend economic growth where there was none. Their pensions/salaries were fiddled up on this fraudulent basis. Former apparatchiks are therefore prima facie in Receipt of proceeds Of crime (Stolen Assets) & their salaries/pensions should by law be ~40% lower, except at the base, in accordance.
The PM should declare an amnesty for those accepting massive reversal of post 1997 pension & salary increases, say ~50% of their pension deleted over a £12,000/annum threshold, so they do not have to return all the loot (as proceeds of crime). Refuseniks can pay back the full whack & be prosecuted for ROSA. The worst conspirators might be needed in show trials, used as deterrence.
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