“Once they enter the workplace, the British are among the worst idlers in the world.”So that's why LibLabCon gives all our jobs to foreigners! Thanks for telling us, Kwasi.
“Indian children aspire to be doctors or businessmen, the British are more interested in football and pop music.”That must be because we Brits are all really stupid and foreigners are all really fab, eh Kwasi?
“A cash freeze of benefits for three years would be simple, fair and save a significant amount.”'The bankers got too greedy and gambled...'
“Finance is extremely important to Britain... It’s childish, and I think rather ignorant, to bash it the way some people do.”Thus spake a second-generation immigrant who was once an investment banker.
Kwarteng worked at an investment bank before Westminster“, and vigorously condemns ‘banker bashing’.”Told you.
"The British transplanted (to the Empire) the status, petty snobberies and fine gradations of rank and privilege which prevailed in Britain itself."If you feel that way, Kwasi, why did you go to Eton?
“In modern Britain, too many people expect something for nothing.”MPs/expenses and absent dads come straight to mind.
“There is definitely a new Right which is much more international (globalist and anti-Brit) in its focus. The old Tory Right are a busted flush.”
“New Labour… was a machine… I think they were effective...We’ve got to be the same…Sounds like you have more in common with Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and Peter Mandelson than Enoch Powell, Kwasi.
The five people who did New Labour, I think they used to meet every week for about 10 years or something. It was extraordinary; a long-term project…
I don’t think the people at the top of the Labour Party are nearly as able as the architects of New Labour. But they’ve benefited from some of the style, the structures, that were put in place, 15, 20 years ago, by New Labour.”
“The EU, as a whole, simply cannot afford the current high level of provision it gives its citizens.”We can't afford to bail out the rest any more? Is that what you're trying to say, Kwasi?
“The report, The Innovation Economy – Industrial Policy for the 21st Century, was written by George Freeman MP and Kwasi Kwarteng MP… The report suggests three measures to help the UK economy prosper through innovation. It suggests:Why not train up our own, Kwasi?
Unleashing private sector enterprise (Even more Fat Cat control?) Unlocking the economic value of the public sector (Even more privatisation?) Diversifying trade away from the EU to the global economy (Even more globalism?)…
Kwarteng and Freeman note that the current UK government is committed to reducing UK immigration but say that 'highly skilled immigration is crucial for growth and business."
“We need… bold new thinking like a pro-enterprise immigration policy… highly skilled immigration is crucial for growth and business…Sounds like even more immigration to me, Kwasi. Besides, why can't we train up our own?
Selling visas to companies or individuals would… allow the government to control the flow… and ensure that workers would only come if they added significant value to the economy.”
When Kwarteng went up to Cambridge, he said:
“Well of course I’m going to Trinity, it is the only college large and rich enough to support the weight of my intellect.”If an indigenous Brit had said that, Kwasi, I'd have called him a pompous fa*t. However, seeing as that might be how it's done where your mam and dad grew up, I won't.
Kwasi voted to make war on Syria
"He has advocated putting tolls on every road in the UK on the grounds that free roads are the ‘last vestige of socialism'.”You want to charge us for using our own roads, Kwasi? Is that how they do it in Ghana? It's not how we do it here, my son. At least, not yet.
Kwasi voted for more EU integration. He voted to raise England’s undergraduate tuition fee cap to £9,000 per year. He voted to increase the rate of VAT.
Here's something his boss once said:
What a fantastic contribution Muslims make to our country!
On 2 June 2009, Kwasi Kwarteng's party leader said he wanted an EU referendum NOW.
When he got into power, he said we would have to wait until 2017.
Government let Somerset Levels flood as a matter of deliberate policy
Cameron wants Turkey in the EU
The weirdo who stands up for Britain
An amnesty for illegal immigrants would make sense
Lesbians are better parents