Saturday, 25 October 2008

Loathing Brown

Ever since I started this blog I've said the same thing about Gordon Brown; he's economically illiterate, and his fabled intellect is no better than third-rate. A narcissist, a bully and a fool. He's pissed away the nation's wealth in a tsunami of lunatic failed social engineering experiments, and now the price we're all going to have to pay for this scorched-earth destruction of the country's economy is going to be high. Believe me, it gives me little pleasure that events confirm what I've always known about his utter unsuitability for any public office. I've no sympathy to waste on this old, mad, blind, despised and dying king; whatever personal misfortune befalls him is well deserved. The depth of my loathing for Brown is fathomless.

This is going to be as hard a winter as we have rarely faced. Lives will be destroyed. Certainties will crumble. The illusion of security created by a central State will be cruelly exposed; a central State is inherently weak and unstable, a tree without roots unable to withstand the coming gale. Brown's halfwit incompetence will first destroy the most vulnerable and the least able to weather the storm, the very people who so naively trust in him to provide for them. Brown is the enemy of the poor, the weak, the stupid and the dependent; his lying cupidity for power will be their nemesis. His end cannot come too soon, for the job of rebuilding our nation, reconstructing our economy, mending our broken society will truly be a task of toil, blood, sweat and tears.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am afraid that your assessment Brown's role in the destruction of the UK will escape endorsement by the BBC, MSP and the public at large for a decade or more.

I can see the BNP attracting the vote of many of the 'silent majority' - unemployed working class whom Labur claims to care for.

Cameron and Osborne are too young and inexperienced to expose Brown for what he is. Hague or Clarke could do the job.

Nick von Mises said...

As long as there's still some private wealth within reach of his slimy tentacles, there'll be a cabal of hangers-on and a phalanx of rent-seeking public sector unions to support him.

There's still a little more to be played out before he gets strung up.

Anonymous said...

Yes I second the two above.

Prediction: he holds Glenrothes, calls a general election for February, and WINS.

Tighten your belts.

Buy gold - especially if the One-Eyed Bandit is selling - and keep it under the bed.