Monday, 2 February 2009

The Tin Lord

I have just heard this 'man' whining on R4 that it is the fault of a British Contractor failing to complete the work at Lindsay, not the EU or the Italian contractor. This 'Man' amply demostrates the utter contempt that the 'Party of the People holds for the working classes, he for obvious reasons does not understand the stress and strains of holding a wage together to support a family. For him the Labour Party and its supporters was nothing more than the stepping stones for personal wealth and ambition, taking en route dodgy mortgages, passports for friends and the odd foreign oligarch.

What Mandelson fails to understand is the concept of fairness, even at the height of the pre world war one immigration to the US, admission was not by having a pre arranged job, ie undercutting the local workforce, but by arriving in the US and securing a job at the going rate.

Nu Labour has spectactularly failed its supporters, bankrupted the country, and enslaved us all through Debt.

They should heed the following words.

...whenever the legislators endeavour to take away, and destroy the property of the people, or to reduce them to slavery under arbitrary power, they put themselves into a state of war with the people, who are thereupon absolved from any farther obedience, and are left to the common refuge, which God hath provided for all men, against force and violence. Whensoever therefore the legislative shall transgress this fundamental rule of society; and either by ambition, fear, folly or corruption, endeavour to grasp themselves, or put into the hands of any other, an absolute power over the lives, liberties, and estates of the people; by this breach of trust they forfeit the power the people had put into their hands for quite contrary ends, and it devolves to the people, who. have a right to resume their original liberty, and, by the establishment of a new legislative, (such as they shall think fit) provide for their own safety and security, which is the end for which they are in society.

John Locke


Goodnight Vienna said...

Can we have an extra ratings star pls? I suggest "Blisteringly Excellent"! Fantastic post. To hear Mandelson, when asked abt Brown's British Jobs For British Workers reply , "The PM did not say only British jobs for only British workers." WTF did that 'only' come from? He then goes on to talk about misunderstandings (ours) and perceptions (ours). Perhaps, finally, people are realising what the EU is all about and how it has almost irreparably damaged our country and its people.

Fuck me, for a Monday I was reasonably happy until I read this said...

This is the point I have been trying to make.

I don't mind fair competition, I'm a competitive bugger (not in the Mandy sense) and can hold my own.

How though am I supposed to compete with Indians and Chinese, shipped in on dodgy visas (Are India and China in the fucking EU?), shacked up with subsidised food and accommodation and not paying the same taxes or having the same costs as me.

You think they pay their airfare? and for fucks sake, get on my bike, I've worked on three fucking continents chasing work which as you can guess is absolutley fucking wonderful for family life. Alright if you're like Mandy though.

Slightly OT Who are the people topping themselves? Not the public sector piggies, just those of us thrown to the fucking wolves, well don't do it. If surviving is all you can do, it is not much of a life but don't fucking help the bastards exterminate us that easily.

Anonymous said...

Superb posting. Wonderful quotation from Locke. But ... silence all around. Many years ago, in a reflective moment, my father said 'they have robbed us of our history'. I know what he meant now.


Ampers said...

I think, because we, here, are so right about so many things, we tend to look on the politicians as fools.

I think that is an error. I think the Labour government is much more intelligent than any of you give it credit for.

The important thing in life is to ask the right questions. Cue Bono - who benefits is another example to keep at the forefront of our minds.

The question here is Why! Why are the government putting all these obstacles on England's path to success?

Answer this question correctly and you will begin to get the answer.

Guthrum said...

'we tend to look on the politicians as fools'

I have never looked upon them as fools, I think they are criminals in the truest sense of the word.

A criminal is somebody who seeks to enrich themselves, by the misappropriation of others goods.

It is the audacity of telling us that the theft is for our own good that is unbelievable.

killemallletgodsortemout said...

I found myself shouting at the radio on the drive in to work this morning. The disdainful, sniggering homosexual Mandeperson held Humphrys, the Brit workers and the rest of the electorate in total contempt.

I'm not as eloquent as Stan, so I realy can't write with flowery words the way I feel about Mandy and co., more's the pity.

Suffice to say, if I could get close enough, I would be pleased to punch the cunt into next week on behalf of British workers, and damn the consequences.

Nurse - my blood pressure pills, please!

Anonymous said...

Love em or hate em, the only party which has been warning about this and are prepared do something about it is the BNP.
Strange isnt it.

Anonymous said...

I used to think Mandy was a pervert,
but he's such a cunt that now I'm not sure

Anonymous said...

BNP- Hate them mostly, the only platform they have is xenophobia

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

BNP- Hate them mostly, the only platform they have is xenophobia

02 February 2009 11:37

And what would your platform be?

The Penguin said...

"Hello, Peter, Gordon here. I wanted to ask for your advice, and, well, help, if you would be so good."

"Gordon, how lovely to hear your voice. Tell me, what is bothering you this morning?"

"Well, it's those wildcat strikes, Peter. The bloody bastards are holding up placards saying British Jobs for British Workers, which I said at the conference, but of course, I didn't mean it like that!"

"What did you mean by it?"

"I meant to grab a headline, of course, and wrong foot the fucking Tory bastards so they couldn't bang on about all the immigrants getting all the jobs!"

"I see. Well, Gordon, you'll just have to explain that what you actually meant to say was that you were in favour of British Workers - or even British Non-Workers - getting a means tested grant to go for diversity training to skill them up ready to compete in the pan-European employment market place where they are up against highly trained and well educated Slovakians who are prepared to work 16 hours a day for slightly under the Job Seekers Allowance. Try to avoid mentioning that there are no jobs available in the UK for lazy ill educated salad dodgers. Keep off the subject of immigration if at all possible, and see if you can blame it on either the do-nothing Conservative Party or Global Made In America Credit Crunch. Oh, and Gordon?"

"Yes, Peter?"

"I want to have the Department for Climate Change included in my portfolio. I don't think little Millipede is fit to be let out without a minder."

"Very well, Peter, I'll sort that out for you on Monday"

Henry Crun said...

The day Mandelson pops his clogs is the day I sign up for dance lessons.

Gareth said...

Peter is beholden to the EU for his golden parachute and comfortable pension.

If the parachute is anything like his pension it can be taken from him should he speak against the EU in any way.

He is a quisling. A traitor. A corrupt and shameless man. As long as he receives money from the EU he does not have the UK's best interest at heart. There are many more like him in Parliament. The perversion of democracy that the EU benefits bring is far more pernicous than a Lord on the blag for specific legislation. Their master is not us, it is the EU.

Odin's Raven said...

Yes, the mask begins to slip.

Dave H said...

I have never known John Humphries allow anyone to get so many pre-arranged lines out uninterrupted.

They must have Mark Thompson's balls in a vice.

Anonymous said...

or someone's mouth?

max the impaler said...

If Black and Archer have got to go, so should Fondlebum.One law for them etc.

Anonymous said...

We have a society where the individual counts for nothing any more, its all about the company, the shareholder, the bottom line, anything else is unimportant.

The governments comments these last few days have shown them to be dangerously out of step with public opinion and hand in hand with the theives and vagabonds who hold the purse strings.

The dignity and patience of the wildcat strikers and their supporters will not last forever, and when that ends there will be bloodshed.

Old Holborn said...

Mrs Dale has news about New Labour Lord Watson, a complete psycho Jockanese (ie standard Scot) who did 8 months for burning down a hotel, after injecting heroin, stabbing his kids, murdering his wife and drinking 12 litres of buckfast whilst anally raping a sheep

lord watson's ovine lover said...

Nice one Watson! what a plonker - caught on CCTV setting fire to curtains in the Prestonfield Hotel after staff refused him more drink! That'll teach em!
This is just the sort of story that gives this old peerage game a bad name.

Rab C. Nesbitt said...

I'm not a fucking psycho you fucking cunt! Ootside ya bass! *sparks open can of tennents super lager*

Stop Common Purpose said...
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Stop Common Purpose said...

Lord Turdburgler of Cesspool is an arse hole.

Full stop.

Dave said...

On the Reuters blog today

If there were any questions over who is number two in British Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s cabinet, Davos might have helped clear them up.

While Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling is giving the annual gathering of global big wigs a miss, business minister Lord Peter Mandelson has found the time to go.

For years Mandelson and Brown weren’t talking, now Mandelson is once again at the heart of everything the Labour Party is plotting.

Darling has been the steady rock always at Gordon’s side during the credit crunch, often taking the flak from the media for the government’s handling of the crisis.

But when it comes to talking to the world’s most powerful decision makers and hob nobbing in an exclusive ski resort, Lord Mandy gets the call."

So that's it. Gordon better employ a food taster pronto before Mandy Arsebandit slips something into his porridge.
Will it be a nervous breakdown? Or will he be sectioned? Or just poisoned?
Mandy to be the first totally unelected PM by summer.
Then watch out. Riots methinks

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