Any walks planned this Nov, OH?
Old Holburn eh?The cunt can't even spell your name correctly. Perhaps you should send him a dictionary as well.
I'm not keen on ketchup on my pork, I prefer apple sauce.
Outside Harrow Mosque, I give you The Religion Of Peace
I will even wear the outfit this yearBTW its easy to get into the placeNow that would be funny.
I wouldn't worry OH, Tom's easily upset. Maybe it's the male menopause.
Ah, the Harrow Hezbollah. Bless.If Harris is worried about his seat, he could take a hike north to Glasgow Central and start whacking the prayer mat. Momammad Sarwar is fixing to pass on the seat to his son - the one who's not in jail yet - but there's still plenty of time for the Inland Revenue to take a closer look at that little dynasty and clear the way for Commie Tom, Insha'Allah.
Might the delivery involve the use of blunt tattoo needles? One can but hope...
Riding into Parliament on a knackered horse?With a shit load of pigs?
Salaam Old HolbornWaste of time sending it by post.Mighty odd sorting that package in by the road sideInshallah !!!!!
The past two posts on this blog are a fascinating coincidence - I read both Animal Farm and Lord of the Flies while on holiday back in 1992 aged 8.
Might go and see that, Eric Blair reminds me too much of his namesake though.Haha... Omen, wv is hains lolAmpers
Just wait till he sees how I intend to deliver it to him.Would that be via his rectal passage? In a barrel of the powder...
In light of New Labour's latest piece of legislation, the ISA, perhaps a copy of Mein Kampf might be more appropriate for Harris."The state must declare the child to be the most precious treasure of the people. As long as the government is perceived as working for the benefit of the children, the people will happily endure almost any curtailment of liberty and almost any deprivation."Adolf Hitler, Mein KampfBTW, Has anyone else noticed that if you morph a picture of Adolf Hitler into Heinrich Himmler you get joint highest expense claimer and Defence Secretary, Bob Ainsworth along the way.
Remember to use plenty of lube mixed with a couple of handfulls of sharp sand.
i would like it delivered by the raf strapped to a 10,000 pound bomb!
I was really looking forward to joining you on your little stroll this year, but the wife had to go and get herself pregnant and is due to drop the week after. I'm planning on coming down next year though!
Do they sell Buckfast in London? I just had a horrible thought...
So your not firing blanks, Rab? Shame that can't be said about Labour!
I may come for the walk I just have to get a mask and a cape
It appears that Knuckle dragger has been adopted at the Torygraph for the followers of the BNP/KKK/C18/EDL/NSDAP.
I like it overturn these fckin leeches Guy Fawkes Was Right
http://libertarianalliance.wordpress.com/2009/09/13/i-dont-usually-comment-on-this-sort-of-thing/OT but extremely disturbing.
That is not the only clock ticking.It REALLY is falling part.Union leaders have warned that cutting public spending would provoke a 'double dip' recession, raise unemployment to over four million and spark the threat of mass industrial action. One senior official also reminded politicians that the last time the UK suffered 'slash and burn' economics, there were riots on the streets.Ahead of the TUC Congress, starting tomorrow, the general secretary Brendan Barber said that the return of mass unemployment would have 'terrible' social effects and could lead to Britain being 'broken'.As public spending emerges as a key issue ahead of next year's General Election, unions have spelled out their concerns on jobs and warned of industrial and social unrest.Mark Serwotka, general secretary of the Public and Commercial Services union, said he feared there will be 'huge' spending cuts, whichever party wins the election. 'Cuts will be quicker and deeper under the Tories, but there will be no golden era under Labour,' he told a news conference in Liverpool.The TUC has published a new report, analysing the effects of possible public spending cuts on the 25 local authorities with the highest levels of unemployment. The study found that areas such as Liverpool, Leicester and Middlesbrough would suffer 40 per cent increases in unemployment.It also warned that a ten per cent cut in public sector staff would lead to 700,000 workers being laid off.
the shit is really about to hit the fan........everything brown+ his cabal of weirdos does is a gamble.........with YOUR future....the trouble with lying is that more and more lies are needed.........we are at the point where everything is on the verge of breaking down........the govt. debt-ie our debt,will have to be paid for by each and every one of us for years to come………things are so good that council workers have been offered a 1% rise..(Unite are advising against it and seeking a strike vote)…..benefits are being squeezed and the bank of england has spent nearly all its reserves so it has had to just conjure up £175 BILLION out of thin air!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!dirty deals,wars we CANNOT POSSIBLY WIN (so much for the history scholar in no.10) feral children,etceach and every day we see what a shithole the uk has become.....will someone find a spine?the peoples of eastern europe did.....perhaps it will have to be joe public that puts an end to the lunacy?ffs! the s.a.s are now training the libyans!!!!!!!!!!apparently they dont like it.......well how about finding some balls then lads....REFUSE!!!!!!!!!why would you want to do the dirty work for cunts like blair,brown,mandy,darling,harperson?they all hate you so grow some!
a ten per cent cut in public sector staff would lead to 700,000 workers being laid off.There are probably 700,000 of the cunts monitoring CCTV alone. Put another 0 on the end and get realistic. Life might begin to get bearable again if the 7 million job cuts were sensibly targeted at every bullying, spying, fining, rule-inventing jobsworth cunt in the land.
He has already been checking out the jobcentres. He is very keen to tell everyone how wonderful they are. It’s a shame that there has been such contra-examples in the comments.
OH this'll amuse you. I've just been informed that following a 2 day directors conference, one of the new quangos being spun off from the LSC (Learning and Skills Council) is to be called the Young Person's Learning Family (YPLF). I imagine that no-one in those 2 days thought to google that acronym. It leads to a hilariously nasty freaky porn site. Go wild.
Why do you say I'm "upset" because you announced you were going to send me Animal Farm? Noting in my post suggests that I'm anything other than happy at the prospect.Is it, perhaps, because you like the idea that politicians are quaking in their boots at the march of the big, bad scary Libertarians? Sorry to disappoint, old chap, but Libertarians really aren't taken seriously in polite society. But please keep sending the books - helps keep my Amazon bill down.
O/T but that cunt in the EU who is forcing us to use those crap lightbulbs has blogged about it. You can comment & RATE HIS BLOG at http://blogs.ec.europa.eu/piebalgs/lighting-the-way-to-the-future/My comment is 'awaiting moderation' I don't expect it to get left there.
Tom - you obviously cared enough to make a comment here.
Libertarians really aren't taken seriously in polite society.Come round our neck of the woods and say I am from the Labour Party, I want 60% of your money, and you will find out who is not welcome in polite society.What a quaint phrase from 'lets change the world socialists', I suppose with so many faux Lords running the Labour Party it is only to be expected that the little cucumber sandwich tendancy is in the ascendant
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