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#1090134
There is a difference between the two, though.

Miliband proposed fixing the price of gas and electricity, whilst Mrs May is proposing that the prices will be capped. So, Miliband's would have remained static if the wholesale prices went down, but the latest proposal is that the prices could fall but couldn't rise beyond a certain point.
#1090139
Mrs Nelson wrote:
Tue May 09, 2017 10:38 am
So it was a bad idea for the government to interfere with the free market economy when EM suggested it a while back, now though because TM thinks it's a great idea I'm sure you guys all do too.

:lol:
I thought it was a bad idea when Miliband proposed it and still thinks it's a bad idea, even with an Ofgem-set cap rather than a Government-set fixed price.
#1090192
You would be better off asking that question to those that lived in the former East Germany, Hungary,Czec Republic, Slovac Republic, Latvia ,Lithuania, Poland, Estonia and all the former Warsaw Pact subjugated nations under Communist rule.

Instead of asking the forum why Marxism is so bad, why not explain to us all the benefits, or the perceived benefits of Marxism
You have said that you do not watch video clips, that is your choice to stay in denial of reality. Was the clip re Abbott and Thornberry too painful for you?
You can Google Das Kapital if it might help
#1090241
Mrs Nelson wrote:
Wed May 10, 2017 12:34 am
Yes and capitalism works great.

Wonga.com food banks zero hours and all the rest of your Tory crap mr blade.

Duck soup. Groucho and his brothers.
Capitalism may not be great but it works; communism doesn't.

I wondered how long it would be before you mentioned food banks. What is your obsession? People giving away free food and groceries and you are surprised how popular they are? They are full of capitalists making the most of socialist idiots!
#1090247
Capitalism works,

When you have to sell your house to pay for medical care in the privatized NHS ,

remember you said that.

Sorry kinchy, I'm fighting solo on so many fronts these days it's hard to get to you, regarding all these countries you mention that suffered under communism, do you not think their lives would have been better if every penny/right stolen from them or denied to them wasn't spent or denied trying to prevent invasion from the USA .?
#1090256
soapydave wrote:
Wed May 10, 2017 10:42 am
usa ,uk etc turned there backs on said countries,in favour of uncle joe,in the carve up of Europe after the war, for example, UK owed Lithuania billions in exports before WW2 started ,saw it as a way not to pay um back as with many other counties tried to blame germany
I'm not sure the west had many options regarding USSR's occupation of much of eastern europe, but I'm fascinated by your statement. I'm curious as to what the UK bought from Lithuania before WW2 that cost billions?
#1090309
Sheff_Blade wrote:
Wed May 10, 2017 10:52 am
Mrs Nelson wrote:
Wed May 10, 2017 10:02 am
When you have to sell your house to pay for medical care in the privatized NHS ,

remember you said that.
?????

Yes, like I remind all those socialists who said in the 70s that Thatcher would privatise the NHS. It still seems to be in public hands!

Public hands like Virgin?



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