The UK national debt currently stands at more than £2 trillion, the highest it has ever been and not likely to be paid off in the lifetime of anyone alive today. It is an astonishing figure and has been reached thanks to the government's absurd Covid policies of the last two years. A knock-on effect of those policies has been the rise in inflation and soaring gas prices, which will plunge many households into financial difficulty - if it hasn't already.
Do our masters care? The same globalist movers and shakers who ordered lockdowns, mandates and crippling restrictions on our daily lives appear to not give a toss about the consequences. Take Gordon Brown, who left his brief time as PM to hook up with the United Nations and World Health Organisation. On Tuesday he tweeted about the plight of Afghans. You remember Afghanistan, right? That country that was number two on the hit list of globalist neocons such as Blair, Bush and Rumsfeld. It's now facing a humanitarian catastrophe despite the West having poured billions into it for two decades only to end up replacing the Taliban with the Taliban.
As Chancellor of the Exchequer, Brown was one of those who supported the invasion. Now he is demanding the UK government cough up billions more in order to stave off the catastrophe that he and his globalist chums are ultimately to blame for. You couldn't make it up. And at a time when the UK is in a colossal mountain of debt and our own people are being forced to choose between heating and eating. Disgraceful.
Labour and the establishment they support don't care about you. They hate you.