Tuesday, 12 June 2012

Brown's message to Leveson


Brown usefully reminded us yesterday why he remains so universally loathed. If it happened, he said, (a) it was everybody else's fault but his (b) he knew nothing about it or (c) they were all conspiring against him. No, he didn't know Tony Blair, had never met him at all, and if he was Chancellor at the time he certainly wasn't aware of it. As mental as a bucket of eels.

6 comments:

Barnacle Bill said...

Fully agree with your observations of the Fifeshire Feartie, Raedwald.

Likewise look at our spineless Lobby journalists this morning. Not one of them willing to put their heads above the breastworks to shoot his lies down.

Anonymous said...

Kirkcaldy 'streak of Dreich', confirms what we all knew, he's as mad as a hatter, called mad Jock McMad on speed.

G. Tingey said...

OTOH "nice" J Major is on evidence in Leveson re Murdoch at least attempting to dictate policy.....

Not that this ecuses Broon in any way, of course!

Bill Quango MP said...

The notoriously left wing James O'Brien on his LBC radio show this morning described brown's responses as "Delusional."

He was most concerned that Brown didn't seem to know about the activities of his own henchmen.

Anonymous said...

He is mentally ill and should never have been Chancellor, leave alone Prime Minister.

Like all 'well meaning' socialists he too is a sociopath. They are antipathetic to at least one aspect of society, sometimes more.

I've never met an entirely sane socialist, politics is their religion and many become zealots at a young age.

Being a zealot for extended periods very often leads to moderate to severe mental health problems. Delusion is a common sign that a problem is developing.

Manic behaviour (nokia throwing) and paranoia (bigoted women) is of course megalomania.

Steve

Anonymous said...

It was Gillian Duffy's fault.