Direct Democracy Comment
UK giving £6 BN in aid to India
The UK economy [expanding at 1% over the next year] is now supporting the Indian economy [expanding at 7% over the next year] with an aid package of £6 BN over the next 3 years.
India currently has the largest GDP in the world, it funds its own space program and it has just spent approx. £6 BN on French military aircraft [no coincidence there then!].
The poorest of the UK who are having benefits slashed and frozen are now funding India's space and military ambitions. The Indian Foreign Minister says that this amount is "peanuts" and, David Cameron has secured nothing because he commands no real respect abroad.
What little UK aid does get through to India's poor is being spent on a forced sterilisation program - overseen by UK administrators and, illegal according to international law.
PA direct democracy video: UK aids india to tune of £6 BN
PA direct democracy video: 80 girls sterilised in one Indian school in just one day - against their will!
PA direct democracy video: UK tax payers funding 'foreign aid' con job
Are you really happy for your tax money to be spent on such things in countries that can afford, yet choose not to look after their vulnerable? Direct democracy is the only way to control what your tax is spent on so vote for direct democracy now!
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