The despair Of The British nation.

Friday, 5 June 2009

You Just Couldn't Make It Up!

Those Quitting Are Jumping Into The Water, Just As The Titanic Clunking Fist Opens The Bilges!




A new First Mate is appointed to save the last boat for Jim Snot.








Welcome to your new trougher at the tax payers' purse. A newly ennobled Lord. So much for Jimmy Loony's not courting "celebrity's"! Toffs baiter becomes a Toff. Dear God. A brief summary of his career.




"BEHIND ALAN SUGAR'S FORTUNE SITS HIS SHAMELESS MANUFACTURING AND PASSING-OFF OF FAUX-STAKING HI-FI SYSTEMS TO A NAIVE AND GULLIBLE TRUSTING BRITISH PUBLIC WITH THE SNAKEY COLLUSION OF HI STREET ELECTRICAL RETAILERS DURING THATCHER'S DREADFUL ECONOMIC RECESSION IN THE 1980'S ."


9 comments:

Startled Leafletter said...

It's a total joke. Sugar started out in life selling car aerials and cigarette lighters. After this, he sold poor quality electronic tat through SHAMSTRAD. Lying Lord Mandy now at the top of the game. Post Man Pat heading up the home office. Yvette "Balls" Cooper to balls up pensions even further. Milipede conducting world relations with all the calibre of a travel agent. Kinnock's wife getting a peerage to join her husband on the burgundy sofas. LABOUR are the party of lacklustre self- serving chancers.

BROWN BALLS, JOWELL SUGAR, COOPER STRAW,
-- PART OF THE TEAM FROM HELL --


~

killemallletgodsortemout said...

Glenys Trougher Kinnock is to replace Pikey Flint? Ye Gods!

Hain back in from the cold?

This unravelling of Labour is a joy to behold. I'm loving every nano-second of it. Message to Jimmy McSnot:

Please stay until the next election. Each day you remain makes your vile party less electable.

Oldrightie said...

An open letter to two great posters.

Dear Both,
Succinct, meaningful but above all else truthful comments. Thank you!

Yours,

oldrightie.

Richard Jones said...

OR, what's the view from inside the bunker tonight? One wonders who will keep his company tomorrow at the D-Day commemorations.

The man's a disgrace and certifiable. In many respects he reminds me of the Iraqi Information Minister who kept on repeating that there was nothing to worry about and that Saddam had the American invasion well in hand when they were bombing Baghdad to pieces.

My Old Socialist friend emailed me a wonderful rant tonight about the reshuffle and the press conference. I hope he won't mind me quoting him, but he put it rather splendidly:

"Never mind, 7 unelected members of Cabinet awarded peerages. So much for "I'm going to change the system". These new bastards have got no seats to lose and are answerable to no-one."

How can he command authority over the PLP and his cabinet when he has no control over them? Ministers are telling HIM what jobs they're willing to do or stay in. Alastair Darling is effectively blackmailing him. He doesn't know who's going to resign next, nor when! And yet he thinks he's the saviour of the global financial system, even though he had a hand in wrecking it in the first place!

PMQs are going to be an absolute treat from now on, more so than they have previously been. One interesting snippet I heard on Thursday was from a café proprietor whose regular clients include a Worcestershire MP who stops at this café on their way to the Welsh coast where they moor their yacht. Though I wasn't told who this MP was nor what party they represented, said café proprietor asked the MP if they were doing any campaigning for the local elections or the EU elections. The reply: "There's no point, we're finished."

Oldrightie said...

Richard, I'm knackered from the campaign but will dig out an old bunker listening device as soon as I can, hopefully over the weekend. I like your friends rant. With real decent passion we can be mates regardless of Party allegiance. I rather think, however, a lot of Socialists are detecting some of the real Tory philosophy behind the old snob guard of the past. Tories have never been able to defend class warfare attacks because they were too aloof. Times are changing.

Richard Jones said...

Oh absolutely. Make sure you get plenty of rest. You're right about times changing and I might write about it sometime when I get the chance, but briefly, there can't be any debate on the merits or otherwise of various ideologies and policy positions when one of the main (!) parties is incapable of displaying any common decency. If it wasn't for the fact that they're in Government (if not in power), then they'd happily be regarded as a tiresome irrelevance.

Have a good weekend.

Demetrius said...

The male fragrance that Sir Alan gave the prize to last year on his TV Show may well act as a spermicide on its unwary users. So what now for the Government?

Oldrightie said...

Fallopian barrenness?

Richard Jones said...

Another Lords appointee? Good grief. What's she in charge of? Fertility treatment?