Such a prescient, beautiful sentiment.

Thursday, 24 September 2009

Down in the duck house

So the original source of the un-redacted expenses files has become known. Who would have thought The Stationery Office would be responsible for censoring the expenses files. It appears a bunch of Jimmy's lefties were flitting through page after page, becoming enraged by what they read. One minion got so frustrated and gave the whole lot, uncensored to that not-what-it-used-to-be national newspaper. Now if this isn't hypocrisy, the bugger who gave the unedited paperwork away has not only made a tidy bob out of this but they've written part of a book. Oh no, the poor employee felt guilty, he had a burden to share his findings with the world, his poor conscience could not bear the strain of knowing the truth and had to write it all down. How awful it must have been for him. The book will feature the whole story of the expenses scandal and make the employee wealthy. Now we know who he is, who's going to deal with the slight matter of the Data Protection Act and his rather magnificent breaking of the clauses therein? Ah, we thought not. The worst possible excuse for his leaking of the files is trotted out. He did it all for soldiers, to shame MPs spending, whilst the armed forces are short on equipment. If the files were really leaked for the sake of our soldiers, the mole wont mind handing over the cash he makes from selling the book. This is the biggest paradox of all time.


  1. Truly, an egregious bull-shit 'reason': I would have had more respect for him if he had said it was for the money.

    All the same, OR, it takes some courage to blow the whistle on 600 powerful people: so, I'm not going to begrudge him the profit. He should have left the soldiers out of it, though.

  2. I rather like the fact that its publication has been sneakily brought forward to coincide with the Labour conference, OR, that should be a huge help to McFuckwit - NOT!

  3. It's got to be timed to conincide with the Labour Reichsconference for a reason. Who will come off worse in the book is yet to be known. How much is there that we still do not know? Enough for more resignations?

  4. This is what we now have as "Government", a surreal world beyond the wildest imagining of Wells, Huxley, Orwell, and the rest. You literally could not make it up.