Such a prescient, beautiful sentiment.

Sunday, 6 June 2010

We Never Asked Or Wanted This.

Why, Mr Ted Heath And Your Mandarin Traitors?

Whatever followed, Heath's treachery and that of his Oxbridge Mandarins, was the worst betrayal of all.
Now this edifice built on the shifting sands of hubris, lies and spin is crumbling. Guess which poor sods are expected to pay the price. Savers, pensioners, businesses, everyone except those state funded cretins who have so royally f****d it up. Most of these were or are leftie idiots who have tainted the free market and polluted it's paradigms, as they do everything they get their hands on. God, how I hate the left and its armies of deluded pagans. The real source of our problems? Socialists in bed with bankers. The result is a bunch of powerful, destructive masturbatory wasters of our money.
Long live the death of The EU.


  1. Agree totally OR; and have you noticed the similarity between what Heath and Barber did in the 70s and what Brown and Darling did over the last couple of years? We finished up then with inflation at 25%, I wonder what the numbers will be in a couple of years given that the amount of printed funny money far exceeds even H&B's recklessness?

    Is it too much to hope that the EUSSR edifice will soon tumble into ignominy? We are going to need the money we pay in subs juuuust a little bit...

  2. Caratacus, welcome. You are so right. That saving you mention might yet be our Saviour.

  3. If my memory serves me well, we "contribute" £216 per minute to the EUSSR.

    £12,960 per hour.

    £311,040 per day.

    Someone, anyone, please tell me I'm wrong.

  4. OR, is that you in the pics of Mrs OR's garden, doing an impression of a dwarf - next to the sundial?

    Mrs. OR looks regal, well turned-out and splendid, I must say!

  5. killemallletgodsortemout

    Your sums are probably spot on - in cash terms. But we also have to add on the consequential costs to us all. The EUSSR's illegal involvement in just about every aspect of our daily lives is costing us a fortune in a myriad ways. Waste disposal, daft regulations relating to retirement homes, ADR regs, Post Office bollocks (to allow Deutsche Post to take it over), immigration (honestly, the number of times Mrs. C has had to wipe porridge off the radio whenever the latest ConDem 'tough man' talks about non-EU immigrants as though the EU ones are beyond their control. Which they are), increased food costs due to CAP and wilful destruction of the fishery industry; I haven't even scratched the surface here.

    I'm going to pour a small stiffener now and swill down another buggerit pill!

    P.S. Mrs.C is captivated by the garden. I showed it to her with the Elgar playing softly in the background. These things cannot be taken from us. Thank you for the reminder.

  6. Captain Haddock7 June 2010 at 09:00

    Heath was one of the most deeply unlikeable people it has ever been my misfortune to meet ..

  7. Caratacus, your presence here is most flattering as is that of 99% of my guests and friends! KILLEM, the gentleman you mention is on an occasion when, two years ago Mrs OR won third prize in a Shropshire garden Competition for which he was the the judge. My pic would spoil your day!
    Captain Haddock, fascinating. I was guest at a superb luncheon on Sunday and your opinion would have found many supporters on the Heath matter.

  8. Oh what a fabulous post OR! I couldn't agree with you more. Shall tweet! x

  9. TTO, most generous, thank you!

  10. The End cannot come too soon for me!