Monday, 29 August 2011

The truth, the whole truth, £500 million will ...

... create about 3000 permanent jobs.

Can we remember the grand plan, the vision of socialism in motion, the seemingly magical projections created by Plaid, the £ half a billion to create 50,000 jobs creating a new infrastructure for Wales.

On the 25th March 2011 I wrote ..... 
"It's not pie in the sky, it is ... Mad House economic nonsense, Plaid nonsense, a nationalist sound-bite designed to capture the headlines before an election ........... at best naïve, in reality dishonest."
The proof of the pudding can be seen in the BBC report of the 12th August when Tetsuo Iwamura, chief operating officer for Honda's North America region announced "the new Mexican plant will cost $800 million (£500m) to build, and will employ around 3,200 workers producing up to 200,000 cars a year".

I predicted the number of jobs £ half a billion would create was an approximate 5000, it seems if it is reality you prefer then our separatist friends are not best placed to provide it, so keen are they to convince the public that independence is best, I wonder how much of Adam Price's recent "book of temptations" will prove to be little more than chaff, fit only for livestock fodder.

Tetsuo Iwamura or Plaid Cymru, Plaid Cymru or Tetsuo Iwamura ...

... I guess it must be the reality that Tetsuo Iwamura brings to the table ........... you don't have to take my word for it, it is written in black and white for the whole world to see ........... and judge.

Plaid Cymru's Adam Price is currently attempting to disabuse the German economic model, he writes ...
"Listening to German politicians, in particular, is to be served up an economics lecture written by the Brothers Grimm in which over-spending governments are devoured by evil speculators.  The problem with this account of “the PIGS and the Wolves” is that it is a fairy story, with little real basis in fact."
... no doubt this economics "expert" will have his good advice accepted by our very successful neighbours ....... but with a little luck no German worth his or her salt will ever have to share a platform with Plaid's heir apparent and certainly place his recent offering into "Room 101" without hesitation.

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