Sunday, 27 February 2011

What the Hell is he saying?

There's something so deeply characteristic of Ed Miliband's mangling of the English language, of his slack rubber-jawed chewing of syllables that even a six year old should have mastered, that I can't even read a newspaper piece he's written without hearing the words as they'd emerge from his facial orifice. Thus in today's Observer he calls for an efficaw, coheren' and principawd foreign policy - perhaps wishing to forget that Labour's unethical, incoherent and unprincipled approach to diplomacy gave us a made-up dossier, a PM who lied to the House and the nation and a sea of foreign blood. 

He also mentions, several times, something called democracy. He claims to be in favour of it. So that would include the end of Labour's Rotten Seats, an end to Michael Pinto-Duschinsky's estimated 3.5m fraudulent votes, many from Labour's voting 'reforms', a referendum on our membership of the EU and the British people being allowed to decide on issues such as immigration, would it? Alas, no. It seems Ed is only in favour of democracy in countries other than the UK. We're probably not ready for it yet. What we need at home is Big Ed's Big State making all those pesky decisions for us. 

What hogwash. What tripe. What patronising drivel. It's like being lectured on human dignity by Vlad the Impaler. 


Anonymous said...

What this country really needs is for Labour to slide into third political place, and then into obscurity, until such time as they understand what the real meaning of democracy is. Unlikely outcome, unfortunately.

Labour are still an ever present danger and a menace to the British people and if they got back into power at the next election, it would be game over for all of us. God knows what havoc and revenge they would wreak against the nation's democracy as punishment for losing the last election. If that were to happen, you might as well take the Magna Carta, piss on it and then flush down the stank!

We are by no means out of the woods.

Coney Island

Demetrius said...

You are being unkind to Vlad The Much Misunderstood. New Labour killed far more people than he ever did. Furthermore he made his territory law abiding and safe.

Blue Eyes said...

Was Blair's sordid deal with Gadaffi ethical, or principled? I can give him coherent.

Scrobs... said...

"a PM who lied to the House "

Sod the house, he lied to us.

Anonymous said...

Labour has tried to destroy the UK in every way it could. But I could just about forgive what it did to the economy. But what I can never forgive it for, is that it has allowed millions of Muslims into the country, who are doctrinally obligated to spread sharia. In the not too distant future, this fast growing demographic will obliterate the historic culture of Britain. That has been the case in every nation throughout the world. No exception.

“It is the primary right of men to die and kill for the land they live in, and to punish with exceptional severity all members of their own race who have warmed their hands at the invader’s hearth.”
(Winston Churchill)

Never but never in the history of mankind has such a treason been committed, and the perpetrators are still in place. Even a Quisling would be ashamed of the scale if this treachery.

Anonymous said...

Searchlight poll finds huge support for far right ‘if they gave up violence’

Level of far-right support could outstrip that in France or Holland, says poll for Searchlight

‘Large numbers’ would support a far-right party, if it was not linked to violence. Huge numbers of Britons would support an anti-immigration English nationalist party if it was not associated with violence and fascist imagery, according to the largest survey into identity and extremism conducted in the UK.

A Populus poll found that 48% of the population would consider supporting a new anti-immigration party committed to challenging Islamist extremism, and would support policies to make it statutory for all public buildings to fly the flag of St George or the union flag.

Anti-racism campaigners said the findings suggested Britain’s mainstream parties were losing touch with public opinion on issues of identity and race.

WitteringsfromWitney said...

".....I can't even read a newspaper piece he's written without hearing the words as they'd emerge from his facial orifice."

You really sure it is his 'facial orifice'?

Anonymous said...

Well anyway, he's not British. He's the son of commies from somewhere nearer to Vlad's land - and English isn't their natural language. His purpose in being here is to destroy the language, as well as the people.

Part of the plan has been to infiltrate our government by placement of such foreigners... Clegg's another of 'em.