Third Worlders before Britons: Flood disaster reveals government priorities

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Millions of Britons miserable and often homeless as the authorities struggle with the floods ravaging wide areas of Britain will be comforted to hear where they stand in the Government’s priorities. Behind the Third World.

Speaking on behalf of the Government to LBC radio on Thursday 13th February , Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg categorically refused to release a penny of the £11 billion a year foreign aid handout budget to help the Environment Agency and local authorities desperately struggling to cope with the rising waters.

The corrupt Third World dictators and officials in whose back pockets and Swiss bank accounts most foreign aid handouts actually end up will be delighted that the flow of British taxpayers’ cash will not dry up. Politically Correct Guardian readers will also be able to go on basking in a smug glow of self-righteous Third-World-Firstism.

The growing number of ordinary Britons made homeless by a rising tide of stinking, sewage-contaminated floodwater or trapped as road and rail links succumb to the weather may well take a rather different view of the Government’s priorities.

Our view is expressed in the phrase “Charity begins at home”. When our own people are suffering, their needs must come first.

Whether foreign aid is ever well spent is debatable – it has been described as “a process whereby money from poor people in rich countries is sent to rich people in poor countries”. But in present circumstances there is no doubt: taxpayers’ money must be diverted to help Britons fight and recover from this flood crisis.

5 thoughts on “Third Worlders before Britons: Flood disaster reveals government priorities

  1. People should look at Norfolk and Suffolk where the floods first hit. The sea defenses around the coast would be better placed in the British museum. Norfolk needs a multi billion package to renew all old coastal defenses.

  2. There really isn’t anything to add to this article. I think we are witnessing the real priorities of the three main Westminster parties here. Charity must begin at home. Only a mad man would feed his neighbours while his children were starving. Perhaps this analogy shows clearly that this particular man does not care about his own children. Why indeed do the voters keep electing him, or rather them?

  3. (Party Member ) Given recent events I am sure people will enjoy the above older article regarding PREVIOUS FLOODS. A lady in Carlisle told SKY NEWS that Britain should spend less on FOREIGN AID and MORE ON FLOOD DEFENCES ! This went out LIVE so we all heard it before they could stop it ! She needs a B.D.P. Leaflet , as she is clearly a potential MEMBER !

  4. ( Party Official ) With MILLIONS cut from Enviroment budgets and MILLIONS SENT TO INDIA ( WHO , UNLIKE BRITAIN , HAVE A SPACE PROGRAM ) IS IT NOT TIME FOR A DOSE OF BRIT DEMS COMMON SENSE ?

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