Going for Gold

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Have China landed on the moon or is it just the work of Stanleyo Kubrikyo-Ping?

Personally, I don’t think that they have… But that is just my opinion of course, not a statement of fact, before any bod pounces.

You see, to my way of thinking the Chinese have stuck to closely to Stanley Kubricks 1969 script.

I am of course assuming that you know that the film director Stan the Man filmed the moon landings?

If you don’t, then maybe you best click HERE first.

For those of you who do know that the moon landings never took place, you will notice that the only thing that has really changed from 69 is instead of the vehicle carried on the Poo Shit Pong – or whatever the fucking things called – having inflatable tyres, the Chinese have used metal ones.

Oh and Gold tinfoil too instead of the Americans bog standard Silver – albeit the US now appear to have updated their moon landing photos to show Gold tinfoil too.

Apart from that everything is the same, from the crappy looking ‘Blue Peter’ type landing module knock up, right down to the moon surface.

Or is it just coincidence that the moon surface looks exactly like Kubrick’s interpretation?

The only other way that anyone could know what the moon surface was like is via satellite photos and if the Americans can get such detailed photos from satellite, why would the Chinese bother sending Poo Shit Pong and its mobile cargo, Little Shit Poo up there?

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Never the less, the Chinese moon landing, whether it be fake or not, isn’t the point of this article.

You can however – should you wish – read the Chimps version of the Chinese moon landings by clicking  HERE.

You see, I couldn’t give a flying fuck if the Chinese had landed on Mars.

I do however give a fuck when the Cunt Cameron is handing our money over to the tune of £27.4 Million last year alone to indirectly help towards the costs of the Super Powers space odyssey’s:

Britain is still giving China millions of pounds in aid even though the Communist superpower is so wealthy it has just sent a rocket to the moon.

Official figures seen by the Daily Mail reveal that Britain gave Beijing £27.4million last year – making a mockery of ministerial assurances that the programme was to stop.

The revelation comes days after China flaunted its might by successfully landing a probe on the lunar surface. And only two weeks ago David Cameron went to Beijing to seek Chinese investment to improve Britain’s ailing infrastructure.

And when the Cunt says “Chinese investment” what he means is selling the Communists our Cuntry’s share in EuroStar… Something that isn’t his to sell.

Not that that fact ever stopped previous governments selling off what wasn’t theirs.

And why are we giving the Chinese these vast sums of money when it could be given to help those starving in this Cuntry?

Government officials said UK money went on programmes to combat climate change and help economic growth.

You really couldn’t make this shit up, don’t cha know!

Fucking Climate Change! … Formerly known as Global Warming and now known as World Old Fanny?

I tell you what?

It’s no wonder that I am a proper pissed off Bunny today… Just sayin’.

 

 

It’s just sent a rocket to the moon and is an economic superpower. So, Mr Cameron… Why ARE we giving China £27m in aid?

  • Revelation comes days after China successfully landed probe on the moon
  • Two weeks ago David Cameron went to Beijing seeking Chinese investment
  • Critics called on International Development Secretary Justine Greening to explain why UK aid is going to China and 14 other nations judged ineligible
  • The aid to China is enough to pay for 1,000 nurses

By JASON GROVES

PUBLISHED: 23:25, 15 December 2013 | UPDATED: 23:25, 15 December 2013

 

Britain is still giving China millions of pounds in aid even though the Communist superpower is so wealthy it has just sent a rocket to the moon.

Official figures seen by the Daily Mail reveal that Britain gave Beijing £27.4million last year – making a mockery of ministerial assurances that the programme was to stop.

The revelation comes days after China flaunted its might by successfully landing a probe on the lunar surface. And only two weeks ago David Cameron went to Beijing to seek Chinese investment to improve Britain’s ailing infrastructure.

Britain is still giving China £27m in aid despite David Cameron (pictured) visiting Beijing two weeks ago to seek investment from the Communist superpower Britain is still giving China £27m in aid despite David Cameron (pictured) visiting Beijing two weeks ago to seek investment from the Communist superpower

 

The government has been critised for providing aid to China, which is so wealthy it has sent a rocket to the moonThe government has been critised for providing aid to China, which is so wealthy it has sent a rocket to the moon

 

Government officials said UK money went on programmes to combat climate change and help economic growth.

But Tory MP Peter Bone called on International Development Secretary Justine Greening to explain why UK aid was still going to China and 14 other nations that had been judged ineligible.

 

‘The public will be rightly horrified that we are still wasting money on aid to China,’ he said.

‘It is extraordinary that we are doing this while they send a mission to the moon. If these aid programmes are still continuing then I think Justine Greening needs to come to Parliament and explain what the justification is, because I can’t think of one.’

China has poured billions into its space programme. The landing of its Jade Rabbit lunar rover on Saturday was watched on state TV by 1.4billion Chinese.

Ministers have issued repeated assurances that aid to China has stopped, saying in 2010 that it was ‘not justifiable’ to send millions to an economic superpower.

Critics have called on International Development Secretary Justine Greening to explain why UK aid was still going to ChinaCritics have called on International Development Secretary Justine Greening to explain why UK aid was still going to China and 14 other nations that had been judged ineligible

But figures slipped out by the Department for International Development (Dfid) reveal that China – the world’s second biggest economy with almost £2trillion in reserves – received £27.4 million last year, enough to pay for almost 1,000 UK nurses.

It was one of 16 countries that supposedly had its aid programme axed following a review by Andrew Mitchell, then International Development Secretary, in 2011.

But Dfid figures reveal that 15 of the countries were still receiving a total of £131.9million British aid last year. Vietnam was given £51.5million, Cambodia £14.5million, Indonesia £11.3million and Kosovo £10.2million.

Smaller sums went to Angola, Bosnia, Burundi, Cameroon, Gambia, Iraq, Lesotho, Moldova, Niger and Serbia. Only Russia’s small aid programme was ended.

Ministers have faced persistent criticism for sending aid to countries wealthy enough to develop their own space projects.

India, which received £290million in 2012, last month launched a rocket to survey the surface of Mars. Nigeria was handed £208million despite being able to afford a programme to launch satellites.

China has poured billions into its space programme including the landing of its Jade Rabbit lunar rover on Saturday China has poured billions into its space programme including the landing of its Jade Rabbit lunar rover on Saturday

 

Pauline Latham, a Tory member of the Commons international development committee, said she was ‘very surprised’ at the revelation, adding: ‘When China is sending missions to the moon it is quite clear they no longer need our help.’

Matthew Sinclair, chief executive of the TaxPayers Alliance, said: ‘Taxpayers expect UK aid to be helping people in the world’s poorest nations.’

A Government spokesman said it was right to continue to work with non-governmental partners on global issues such as economic growth and climate change.

Last year’s aid package to China included almost £5million from the Commonwealth Development Corporation (CDC), which is owned by Dfid, and £22.5million from the Foreign Office.

A CDC spokesman said it had been ‘legally and contractually bound’ to hand over the money as part of an ongoing investment deal.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2524313/Why-ARE-giving-China-27m-aid.html#ixzz2neO5Xxef
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