Wednesday, 27 May 2009

Kristallnacht in Bromsgrove

And so it begins

Julie Kirkbride, soon to be an ex mp, a thief , liar and fraud is still desperate to cling to the trappings of power, the money, the perks, the privilege. As an elected representative of the people of Bromsgrove, she has siphoned every penny she could and many she shouldn’t from the over worked over burdened taxpayer.

Her husband pocketed thousands. Her sister (100 miles away) works as her “executive secretary” (paid for by us) her brother helped himself to £1K of IT gear and of course, she “has done nothing wrong”

Yesterday, the bricks began to fly. One was thrown through the window of her local conservative association in disgust.




Let me just repeat that. Conservative voters have begun throwing housebricks at Conservative Party offices. Genteel middle Englanders with Morgans and wicker furniture in the conservatory are now hurling bricks at their ex heroes. People who mow the lawn every Saturday are now looking for the pitchforks in their immaculate garden sheds.


If I were you Julie, I’d be on the first plane out of here. It won’t be long before your constituents start rubbing you down with a housebrick instead.
UPDATE:

Police have launched an investigation after pranksters spray-painted ducks outside Sir Peter Viggers' office in Gosport.

"Sir Peter spent last week in America on a £59,000 trip with fellow members of the Treasury select committee to discuss the recession."

21 comments:

Gareth said...

If the sister can reasonably do her job of secretary/PA by remote*, why not have a virtual Parliament?

More secure than a big obvious building. Far cheaper too.

Wouldn't have the travel expenses. The jollies. Subsidised bars. Hell, even the whips would be neutered.

Oh...



* I've no doubt she can. I've no problem with MPs employing their family either - so long as they can show that work is being done to justify it.

Anonymous said...

Middle England does'nt have the guts for a fight, best to bus in some of the working poor and the underclass to do your dirty work for you, the same as normal.

no longer anonymous said...

Doubt it was one of the respectable middle classes who did this.

Shibby said...

I know I'm being picky but this is nothing like Kristallnacht.

Seriously, what the fuck?

Anonymous said...

how do you know that the brick was thrown by a Tory voter ?

Old Holborn said...

"how do you know that the brick was thrown by a Tory voter ?"

It hit the target

Old Holborn said...

Shibby,

Wait long enough and it WILL be Kristallnacht.

K. MacEgan said...

The cunts can house share with Baby Doc in France!

Dave said...

The Times is running with an article about how Brown and Cameron are trying to outdo each other in cleaning up Parliament
"An intense race to shake up the political system has begun as Gordon Brown and David Cameron compete to look more radical than each other in the wake of the expenses scandal.

Mr Brown opened the door to electoral reform and letting voters kick out MPs while Mr Cameron tried to grab the reformer’s mantle by promising to shift power from ministers to voters, councils and the Commons. "

If Brown was at all serious, surely he'd be asking the vilest troughers to resign or be deselected... but as we're talking about Balls and Cooper, I won't be holding my breath.

More empty gesture bollocks from mad gordo. I can see him a couple of years from now, sitting on a park bench, shouting at the pigeons trying to peck out his other eye. " Don't you know who I am? I once saved the world you know....."

Utter cunt

electro-kevin said...

It won't be Kristallnacht - simply because the worst effects of the economic depression have been deferred, perhaps even avoided altogether.

Ordinary people like me are very annoyed though and this run of scandals is not something which is going to blow over.

A general election is the only way to clear the air. Even then I think British politics would remain a total sham and beyond redemption.

Get out of Britain if you can.

Old Holborn said...

The difference between throwing a housebrick through a shop window and throwing a molotov through a shop window can be a matter of hours.

Chalcedon said...

I'm a conservative party voter. However, I haven't voted for a major party in the EU and local elections as I am totally disgusted by the troughing behaviour of the main parties. As for Kirkbride, she should be toast after this. Ideed she should be under investigation by the plod. Cameron can't keep her on and have any credibility after what he has said.

View from the Solent said...

This is proper English reaction. Complete with a typical response from the jobsworths.
http://www.portsmouth.co.uk/newshome/Jokers-have-a-quack-at.5305081.jp

Henry Crun said...

Apparently if you add fairy liquid to the petrol....

Rab C. Nesbitt said...

The boarded up broken window looks just like dozens of windows round my way, except the glass fragments are lying on the outside. Go figure...

Anonymous said...

FFS 'criminal damage' - but obviously, according to Plod, MPs fraud is acceptable!

Gareth said...

From the article in the update: "It has now been spray-painted over by a member of the Gosport Conservative Association, which shares the office with Sir Peter."

That sounds like an admission of criminal damage to me.

hangemall said...

Rab, I thought it was chewing gum.

WV crout (noduff)

K. MacEgan said...

Rab what d'ye call a table & cahirs on the pavement in Morningside? A Cafe. What d'ye call them in Glasgow? A poinding.

Cheshire Cat said...

Henry - I think if you add a little salt too, it gels very nicely...

Loved the ducks - pity some philistine painted over them.

Hang 'em all said...

This is why they tax petrol so highly - so that we can't afford Molotov cocktails.

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