The despair Of The British nation.

Saturday, 26 September 2009

Arbeit-Partei rally before the Reichsconference

It should be of moderate interest to most of us, that the German translation for the "Labour Party" is not a lot different to another party which swept to power in 1930's Deutchland. You can consider any other historical parallels in your own time. The fortunate difference here, is that were are in a rather desolate Berlin and not a tidy pre-war Nuremburg. Yes, it's the last Reich's rally before the general election; speeches are written and props are cobbled together a few hundred feet below the pavement in Berlin. It's very unpleasant above, not many banks and companies are left standing, energy supplies are disappearing, food prices have gone through the roof, houses desperately need to be built, healthcare has declined terribly, jobs are in short supply, the national debt is higher than ever before and the standard of living has plumeted. Deja vu with 1945 is not easy to avoid. Like then, the ailing plutocrats and brainwashed followers doted on their feeble Furher, showering praise on his abilities and wisdom. They knew that the Reds [Blues] were coming and anything other than sycophantic, deluded, adherence to their cause would have brought them to a state of frenzied panic. But liberation is still far off, the packs of cards have come out and they're playing friendly games of patience, in the flickering lights, whilst sipping on the Jagermeister.

14 comments:

Heirich meuller said...

And you can tell us what the conservatives policies are can you not????


I am waiting


time passes still no answer



time passes still no answer



time passes still no answer

Goodnight Vienna said...

Heinrich, as we are forever saying, the Conservatives are not the government. We can see the results of the past 12yrs of Labour's policies strewn all around us.

If you wait another week you'll be able to watch the Conservative Party conference for yourself and make up your own mind after you've read their General Election manifesto.

Oldrightie said...

Well said GV. It's our old friend anonymouse in his facist guise! I am itching to hear what outrageous policies Jimmy will roll out tomorrow and next week. No doubt more changes to widen the poverty gap further and betray honest British workers.

Goodnight Vienna said...

Ah, but you're forgetting that's he's saved the world OR - though from what and for what isn't too clear yet :) I watched his rapturous reception in Brighton with incredulity.

Anonymous said...

Come on oddrightie the Conservatives hate and despise British workers with a vengeance.

always have always will its the conservative way.

Oldrightie said...

Jimmy got a staged entrance in Brighton. Tonnes of deluded zomies bussed in from Hull and surrounding areas. Applause played over the tannoy system from a recording on CD.

Anonymouse you're full of nonsense. British workers are the backbone of the UK economy. I suppose your Labour lot were thinking of British workers when they put thousands out of work in the motor industry. If you can read, when you're sat in that Library of yours, go borrow "Unjust Rewards" by Polly Tonybee and read about what your beloved Labour Party have done for the likes of you and your family. The truth hurts anonymouse - you're lot have taxed the living crap out of the poor and less well off. Does that make you proud?

Anonymous said...

Its over oddrightie the yes side have it in the bag. Hurrah!


How does it feel to be fighting alongside Gerry Adams?


http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/breaking/2009/0926/breaking9.htm


Pro-Lisbon campaigners have been buoyed by the latest Irish Times /TNS mrbi poll which showed that support for the Treaty is holding steady.

The latest poll shows that 48 per cent are likely to vote Yes, an increase of two points since the last Irish Times poll in early September, while 33 per cent say they would vote No, an increase of four points. The number of people in the Don’t Know category has dropped by six points to 19 per cent.


However, No campaigners, led by Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams today reiterated their belief that the Treaty would be detrimental to Ireland.

Anonymous said...

British worker

likes of you and your family

you're lot


Typical conservative your hatred of the ordinary working man/woman drips through your posts.

not one of us are you oddrightie I mean the British worker we are a separate species.

Oldrightie said...

Try not to get too carried away now anonymouse. 33+19=52% voting NO and 48% voting YES, it's not over yet.

You are confusing two sets of very different things: hatred with anger and British Workers with the Labour Party. Might you be the friend of hatred and the Labour Party? I am of anger and of British Workers. We, the hard working ones, are angry with what your hateful and job-shy mob have done. Goodnight!

Barking Spider said...

In the Irish Sun last weekend, a Gael poll, (they're known for their accuracy to within half a percent), had it as 59% NO and 41% YES.
Seems that the undecideds have now decided, OR, and others have clearly changed their minds - so Weirdlefty can take his taunts and fuck off and die!

Anonymous said...

well done BS - as usual unable to post without venom. If all the workers FO and die you might have to work for a change...then god help us

Barking Spider said...

I haven't started yet!

Barking Spider said...

BTW, Weirdlefty, you seem to be unable to post without twisting my words in a smeary, Leftybastard sort of way.

What I said was:

"Weirdlefty can take his taunts and fuck off and die!"

You see?! Only you, nobody else, not plural, no workers mentioned!!

Don't put words in my mouth, Smearboy, I can speak coherently for myself and, unlike you, I don't twist the meaning of other people's words!!!

Anonymous said...

Note to self - be extra attentive when reading BS.