Comparing Colin Hines’ economics with that of the BNP.
Tags: Timmy Elsewhere
// Apr 23, 2012 at 6:59 pm
Dear doG!! What a bunch of sad sacks read the blogs @telegraph. Not only do they not understand the thrust of the argument, they enjoy showing their lefty ignorance.
bloke in spain
// Apr 23, 2012 at 7:55 pm
Tim’s certainly setting what might be an unpopular precedent. Responding to comments. Not often done with Telegraph columnists. The words come from the oracles as from on high & disagreement will not be recognised. (See Lean, Ridell, Ancona…..)
// Apr 23, 2012 at 8:35 pm
Keynes believed in State trading of commodities; an international cartel for necessary manufactures; quantitative import controls for nonessential manufactures.
The Nazis invented the Retail Price Index based on a basket of goods .
The Thirties was ,in economic history terms,even weirder than people think.
// Apr 23, 2012 at 9:08 pm
From a scan throught the comments, there’s not much difference between Tele commentators and Guar commentators. You could combine them into one GuarTel persona.
Carry on the good work of slow persuasion.
// Apr 23, 2012 at 10:32 pm
Tim I think your piece would have had more force if you’d just allowed the two quotes to speak for themselves.
Off topic, and I hope you won’t take this badly, but Mrs BIFF looked at your by line photo, and says that smeary specs are really bad and wearing a tie with pyjamas is a definite NO NO.
Maybe Frances or Julia could help?
// Apr 23, 2012 at 11:03 pm
Lord Tebbit still outdoes you with the number of comments….but 500+ every time is good going. I hope you get something rewarding out of interacting with people who make Arnald seem intelligent.
// Apr 24, 2012 at 10:29 am
Love the juxtaposition of BNP and Caroline Lucas in the tags…
Oh, and the loony who wants fishing trawlers to use Sails to travel to fishing grounds. Jesus fucking Christ. I suggest he rides on horseback to work instead of the 20 mile commute by train. Twat.
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