Friday, February 24, 2017

The Way We Were (Try To Remember) *��* Gladys Knight & The Pips * (1974)

The Way We Were


Clause 1v

  To secure for the workers by hand or by brain the full fruits of their industry and the most equitable distribution thereof that may be possible upon the basis of the common ownership of the means of production, distribution and exchange, and the best obtainable system of popular administration and control of each industry or service.

 New Labour was the poison pill we took and in the end it killed us
they cheer leaded Globalisation and neo liberal economics and  in
the processes destroyed their political base..
But the creators of New Labour made personal fortunes  and so
achieved their goal  .

'Cross this evil land, ill winds blow
Despite the darkness, mushrooms glow
All will rot & decompose
For something wicked this way grows...



  2. Labour Gentlemen one and all. Fighting for the betterment of the working man. And in Glasgow fighting to ensure women did not receive the same pay as men for the same work.
    How many homes does Blair own now?
    How many died in Blair's Iraq war?
    How much has Brown disbursed from his charity?
    Does charity begin at home?

    Labour - managing workers' expectations

    1. Can anybody remember the name of that film with the crook and his girlfriend? She had a car. I think it was yellow. But not the film Ingredients Bergman was in. He was a Cockney but the girlfriend was fancy. There was that funny little codger pretending to be a colonel but he looked more like a seamstress to me. He was involved. Anyway, the film is crap. I wouldn't bother watching it. It's worst than crap. It's skysh and utterly twusts my nutmeg when people say it's great. It's not michael Caine I it.

    2. Journey to the Centre of the Earth

    3. Where Eagle's Dare

    4. The Nuns Story.

      Not sure which one.

    5. Both of them. And vice versa.