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PostPosted: Thu Oct 02, 2008 10:43 am    Post subject:
Council tax and pensions Posted for Bernard Wright
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he Conservative Party mentioned the unfair council tax and they were the only party to do so

What no Party mentioned was the 2.5million pensioners living below the bread line and the 25000 who die prematurely every year from hypothermia

There are pensioners who come from the 1920s and 1930s period and remember ex-servicemen sitting in the gutters with a placard which read ex-serviceman out of work please help

It was in the early 1930s when this country deposited a load of money in the Swiss Banks and Germany immediately borrowed it and even paid the interest With this money Germany expanded their economy and zeroed the unemployment The rest of European countries like this one had unemployment figure of approximately 10% but America had a figure of 17% unemployed

Directly after the war service personnel were promised a country fit for heroes, and America having made a fortune out of the war and now in possession of the majority of the worlds gold launched the Marshall Plan in 1948 .This financial aid enabled countries to rebuild their economies but this country passed some of their financial aid to France as it was considered that their need was greater than ours

Various political parties since the war have introduced their political dogma only to find that this country has now the lowest State Pension in Europe which is the cause of 2.5 million pensioners to live below the bread line and 25000 to die prematurely every year from hypothermia but at the same time increase the overseas aid 11% by the year 2010 but among the pensioners living below the bread line and dying prematurely from hypothermia are the ex-service personnel who were promised a country fit for heroes.

As much as it is necessary to get rid of the dreaded council tax so it is important to give a State Pension to at least the equivalent of the Continental countries which is a minimum of 40% of the national average wage This increase would make it possible to meet all expenditures for all

Bernard Wright

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