Monday, 17 August 2009


Two things came to light over the weekend that made me realise just how far detached from reality our MP’s still are.
David Miliband’s comments on how some forms of terrorism are acceptable; this is an affront not only to our serving soldiers of today but to those of us who have fought against it in the past. How he can justify terrorism whilst the body-count in Afghanistan passes the 200 mark is utterly contemptible, he has no idea what it is like to be in the firing line, his pampered upbringing and political career as seen to that. Brown and his cronies sent our troops into this mess at the beck and call of the Americans yet this jumped-up little tosser, in his smug, superior attitude, thinks the likes of our enemies are acceptable, God I cannot wait until these shites are kicked out of office.
Then we have Alan (Hello, I’m gay) Duncan, following his “MP’s live on rations” cock up during the week, jets off to a luxury hotel in Bali for two weeks, I really wish my rations stretched to that. They really have no conception of the scandal they caused, in fact it’s life as normal for most of them, where their expenses have ceased in one hand their allowances have grown in the other.
It is times like this that you really wish Guy Fawks(Faulks) had had a zippo.

1 comment:

Carneades said...

I suspect Milliband was being honest, albeit deluded and out of touch with reality. It's the old 'One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter' chestnut; and there's absolutely no doubt that terrorism does work, because we see the results in the State of Israel, Iran and rather close to home - Northern Ireland. For him to say it, publicly, was a massive misjudgement, however, and Brown has to doubt the ability of any MP - let alone minister - who can make such a daft statement, true or not. But then - Brown isn't exactly a high achiever himself.