Today, the London Daily Telegraph reports that Britain’s Prime Minister Gordon Brown has been under fire for his recent £1.4 trillion spending proposal. With the release of this, protesters have gathered angrily demanding that Brown stop wasting money on his “so-called stimulus package.” Many Conservative party legislators in Britain have been speaking out against this proposed package. It appears that the Tea Party (albeit, this is not April 15th is starting to gain traction on a global level with many being against wasteful spending measures during troubled economic times.
The Telegraph reports that Britain is getting closer to being placed under IMF control. With the upcoming G20 summit, Brown will have to answer some questions about his proposal. In the meantime, the taxpayers in England are fed up with their Prime Minister’s wasteful spending. The Tea Party is starting to gain global traction, which is always a good thing.
Addendum to this post: A good friend on Twitter informed me that many of these protestors are strong leftists, communists and anarchists, who want the government to spend the money on the people. There are also some conservatives who are also enraged at this action. Here is another example:
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