Monday, 2 March 2009

A Royal Decree

From the Court of Queen Harriet I

Hear ye, Subjects one and All

I have taken use of my Divine Right, given by God herself, to reclaim the lands, so generously given by Myself for loyal service to the Treasury of the Knight Sir Frederick of Shredshire. I shall have no need for Parliament or redress to the Magna Carta or Common Law. I shall simply do as my God instructs me.

By Royal Charter

Harriet Vagina

UPDATE: also from the Daily Mash, Gravity to be repealed
Update II: From Elsewhere
'The Prime Minister has said it is not acceptable and therefore it will not be accepted. It might be enforceable in a court of law this contract but it's not enforceable in the court of public opinion
..But surely Hattie no such court exists.
If it did we would have a referendum on the Lisbon treaty
The Home secretary would be guilty of corruption
Two Pies would have been sanctioned for bonking his secretary in office hours
Derek Conway would heve gone to jail
The gitmo bloke with the beard would not be here
Greg Dyke would still have his job
Tony Blair would be tried for war crimes
Mandy would never have been enobled
You, as a prominent Human Rights lawyer should know that you cannot have it both ways, if Fred has a contract then that is that. He is entitled to the protection of the HRA which you mentioned a few minutes earlier.
H/T to D P Dance


Chris said...

Wasn't there some hick town in the USA that once legislated that pi=3? Harriet Hagperson's antics are on the same level.

Daily Mash: the only paper worth reading any more.

Woman on a Raft said...

O/T Looks like OH is right about freedom of thought.

Bloggers including The Landed Underclass noticed that a Philip Pullman article had been removed from the Times website. It still exists in the Friday print edition, so anybody who has one hanging about should clip it out.

The strange thing is, there isn't an obvious legal reason for the take-down, such as privacy or libel. Maybe it is a copyright issue - Pullman retains the copyright on the article, so he might have requested the withdrawal of his own work. Perhaps the article was so disrespectful to the government that it couldn't be allowed to run.

Fortunately a few Pullman fans had already copied it, and one is now on the Libertarian Alliance site. Better grab a copy before they are attacked.

Or maybe this is one of those elaborate double-bluff tinfoil hatteries. Whatever - Pullman's is a bloody good article and should be read by everyone, particularly the kind of lawyers who passed this legislation and still sit there congratulating themselves on how wonderful they are and how they have furthered the cause of freedom. Yes, I'm looking at you, Lord Woolf.

Oldrightie said...

WoAr, I've yet to see much of Sarkozy's sarcastic attack on Snotty Brown anywhere!

Anonymous said...

Idea - not knew, but who cares?

Print a whole deck - I'll chip in for starters.

Anonymous said...

Oh! schpellinge - I ment 'new'

Anonymous said...

Hattie used to watch 'The Two Ronnies' when she was a young 'un, and the sketch they did about women running the country and the men doing the 'traditional female role' must have hit a chord in her maleable brain, and ever since she has seen it as her mission to achieve such a situation ie. as the end-game to her 'wimmins rights' and promotion of 'sex war'.

Anonymous said...

Honestly, I'm serious. What would it take to print a batch of suitably-illustrated cards? Or is it something only the Pentagon can afford?

Anonymous said...

"The court of public opinion" indeed. If that was supreme you lot would be long gone.

What a great post, ty.

Anonymous said...

Answer to my question:

1000 decks cost £2000 to print & pack. Proper cards, with our picture on the back (jpeg, pdf, gif whatever).

Retail to supporters at £ ?????.

Are there 20 people out there?

charcoal said...

I note the deafening silence from Liberty.

Anonymous said...

I cannot believe that this is what she actually said:

Ms Harman declined to say how the government would achieve this but made it clear it would not tolerate the award as it stands.

"The prime minister has said that it is not acceptable and therefore it will not be accepted," she added.

Yes, that's not just reading between the lines, as OH's post might suggest. That's exactly what she said. Not so long ago, ministers had the good sense to at least pretend that the PM wasn't a dictator, but now it seems there is no longer a need to pretend. Rule of law? Not important in the post-democracy age. The PM is the law.

hangemall said...

anon 11:46, yes. I would go further and say that Harman is an affront to nature. A freak. As are the rest of her ilk. They are artificial constructs. Why do you think men and women are made differently?

Before anyone takes me to task for this ask your self the question in the previous paragraph.

Oh, and why do they always want to rabbit on after sex? I've done my duty according to nature. Fuck off. I'm tired.

Harrithebastard said...

Oh, and why do they always want to rabbit on after sex? I've done my duty according to nature. Fuck off. I'm tired.

02 March 2009 13:36

Rabbit , rabbit away ? i would be fast asleep anyway .

Get in and get out, no foreplay , no 'course i love ya i fuck ya don't i ' no fag , just in and ... out .

See now let me hear someone tell me romance isn't dead , Pah .

JD said...

Gordon Brown last night dismissed calls to surrender his £123,000 a
year pension when he is forced to stop being prime minister next June.

Mr Brown was defiant in the face of City outrage despite the UK
government's annual operating loss of £100bn, rising to £1.5 trillion
when the write-down of its banking assets is taken into account.

Hat tip Daily mash,

bofl said...

can we get Blairs pension money back?

put all mps on uk avge wage approx £25,000.

no expenses.o subsidized booze..........

then we will see who wants to SERVE!!

Open letter to mc my page........

post it here if you want o/h

Alfie Patten's DNA said...

If it becomes the accepted norm that those responsible will lose their pension rights if they fuck up with other peoples money then most of the Cabinet will retire pennyless!

bofl said...

alfie..........sounds great to me!!!!!

electro-kevin said...

Alice: Arrest him.

More: Why, what has he done ?

Margaret: He's bad !

More: There is no law against that.

Roper: There is ! God's law !

More: Then God can arrest him.

Roper: Sophistication upon sophistication.

More: No, sheer simplicity. The law, Roper, the law. I know what's legal, not what's right. And I'll stick to what's legal.

Roper: Then you set man's law above God's.

More: No, far below. But let me draw your attention to a fact - I'm not God. The currents and eddies of right and wrong, which you find such plain sailing, I can't navigate. I'm no voyager. But in the thickets of the law, oh, there I'm a forester. I doubt if there's a man alive who could follow me there, thank God.

Alice: While you talk, he's Gone !

More: And go he should, if he was the Devil himself, until he broke the law !

Roper: So now you'd give the Devil the benefit of the law !

More: Yes. What would you do ? Cut a great road through the law to get after the Devil ?

Roper: I'd cut down every law in England to do that !

More: Oh ? And when the last law was down, and the Devil turned round on you, where would you hide, Roper, the laws all being flat ? This country's planted thick with laws from coast to coast - man's laws, not God's - and if you cut them down - and you're just the man to do it - do you really think you could stand upright in the winds that would blow then ? Yes, I'd give the Devil benefit of law, for my own safety's sake.

snorted on e's and whizz said...

I'll have a pint of what E-K is on please!

electro-kevin said...
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electro-kevin said...

From A Man for all Seasons.

Can you not see the pertinence of it ? The most excellent Alice Cook of UK Housebubble thought it so good that she gave it a separate posting with acknowledgement to me.

More is Saint Thomas More. The patron saint of politicians.

I'll have a Hobgoblin, thenkyou verrry much.

bofl said...

harridan harpy is a complete cunt!

She abused the system by using her own particular position in the h.o.c to introduce HER OWN LAW last year!!!!!!
yep.last summer she kindly decided that we-the people in the peoples court- should get a shiny new law-dictated to us by her.....
apparently it was to do with equality-but it was grade 1 shite(as usual).

all hail empress harridan...

let us all be grateful that she is looking afer us and not trying to be a deity.

petard and hoisted come to mind-
cunt,complete,effing cunt describe my feelings a little better.

harriet harmao - a quango short of a democratic dictatorship said...

oh well, if everyone took your attitude old holborn, there'd be no point having politicians and a government. and ah you may well mock, my dear...but i've given some consideration to this 'court of public opinion' idea: i'm going to call it democracy and appoint myself personally as judge, jury and head-screw. gordon thinks this social innovation is simply inspirational - he reckons it'll take the weight off his shoulders and allow him more time to get fucked up the arse at the next election.

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