Thursday, 17 December 2009

20th Anniversary of Direct Democracy in Romania

Today is the 20th anniversary of the execution of a dictator. The 646 would do well to remind themselves that they govern on OUR behalf.

People should not be afraid of their governments. Governments should be afraid of their people.


23 comments:

Uncle Marvo said...

I look forward to the video "Last Speech of Gordon Brown".

Lorenzo said...

Sooner or later the big Brown Bus is going to turn into a one way street against the flow of traffic and the people will carry on right across the top of him and his scum bag crew flattening them into the dust. The street cleaners can then sweep up all that red rubbish and dump it in a great big skip where it belongs.

I am Stan said...

Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife Elena were executed on Christmas day...a present they were not expecting eh!

By all accounts not much has changed for the Romanians..the old guard still run the place.

a policeman in every citizens head said...

I Am Stan:

"By all accounts not much has changed for the Romanians..the old guard still run the place".

And why the Conservatives do not counter the European left when they accuse the Tories of sitting in the EU with "extremists" when our own Labour Party rubs shoulders willingly with recycled European Communists who treated their own people disgracefully.

The European Socialist movement is inherently evil & completely at odds with any form of democracy i can name.

banned said...

Read the Youtube comments and be reminded that what followed that speech was not a revolution, merely an internal Communist coup d'etat with the old crowd not only still running Romania but helping run the evil EU too.
Note that Sarkozy congratulated himself on "Our allies, the Romanians getting agriculture" in return for 'baroness' Cafe Ashtray getting Foreign Affairs.

I visited Romania while Nicolae Ceausescu was still in power. I was obliged to purchase a minimum amount of their rubbish currency prior to entry but there was nothing to spend it all on apart from the very colourful tablecloth that I still have and the bread which was lovely and different from village to village. I gave the surplus cash to some random people before I left but it was clear that they would rather have had some Dollars or even Sterling.

Ampers said...

Nah! It would never happen here.

The majority would need to find the courage.

Once our people had backbone and courage but we lost those brave Englishmen in the 1st world war, the second world war, and this government are making sure we'll lose the few that escaped in the Afghanistan war which they know they can never win.

caesars wife said...

Send the ruin one of those hats !

Fidothedog said...

I look forward to helping haul up Labour MP's onto the scaffold, or the nearest lamp post.

Paul B said...

Never say never, the 646 should indeed remember that they are the peoples servants, not our masters.

Ruth said...

Once you get rid of Labour you'll be out of the frying pan into the fire.

Ron Broxted said...

Pshishi at the Post Office.

Don't they have queues in Poland? Evidently not, or has rudeness become a trait of our "new" community? Whilst standing (in line) at my local post office in Belfast to cash my dole giro, alongside the usual "old fuckers" waiting for their pensions and stamps for Christmas card and meter top ups, one of the Pshishi came in and began chatting away to their pals. Nothing untoward in this yet when they barged past the queue quite a few evil stares emanated from the natives. I waved my dole giro in Mr Angry mode and asked why they didn't fuck off back to Poland and take some Muslims with them. Several natives cheered me on and I felt really good. The filthy Poles were blanking out the muttering they continued oblivious and miraculously forgot all their English when told by the Postmistress that their behaviour was "de trop". I helpfully added this po Polska mova along with a few "Psiakrews" and "Korva cies". Exit rather miffed Polish woman who then quickly returned and punched me to the floor and beat me with her fake handbag. I was screaming and my nose was bleeding. It was only the intervention of several OAP's that stopped the polish bitch doing me serious harm. Notice/Uwaga - we queue to get our dole money here. So fuck off back to where you came from and take all the other immigrants with you. British dole money for the british I say.

418 said...

"People should not be afraid of their governments. Governments should be afraid of their people." Governments are afraid of their people, hence the rise of the database state and the surveillance society which ZaNuLabour do oh so much better than the Ceausescu gang.

Anonymous said...

Well maybe the 100,000,000 of them living on my street could fuck off back home to celebrate. Or are they Romanies? Fuck knows. They can fuck off anyway, rob some houses and sell some fucking Big Issues there.

Fausty said...

Curiously, Radio4 had a number of items relating to dictatorship today. Is the BBC finally waking up to the hell it has helped to create?

Off topic - Nigel Farage attached Pachauri and the EU dictatorship on the Alex Jones show yesterday. Another powerful performance.

Anonymous said...

http://vodpod.com/watch/2455974-fluoride-aspartame-and-agenda-21

Sir Henry Morgan said...

It's that expression on his face as it dawns on him that it's OVER.

Priceless.

I remember seeing it at the time it happened. It was so utterly inconceivable.

Sir Henry Morgan said...

His Securitate didn't do him much good. Because most of the population was ready to go, and once the jeering started at the speech - everyone just went into 'go' mode. Thank goodness they had a conscript army - they were just ordinary folk in uniform with a gun.

Securitate were shit hot on plots a- they couldn't handle sponteneity. Nobody could - same here today.

Any lessons here?

Get Smart said...

Romania got rid of one dictator only to have it replaced by another the EU.

Star Trek X: The Wrath of A. Q. Khan said...

Dear Mr O. Holborn, due to changes in the colour scheme of your blog, THE SAGA OF GORDON THE RUINER by Stanislav, a young Polish Plumber is less readable that it might otherwise be.

In particular, and most troubling, I'm sure you'll agree, is the fact that “The horrible Welsh git. Up against the wall, motherfuckers and ginger bastards.” could easily be missed by a casual reader.

It seems a great shame to deny new readers the full impact of a young plumber's analysis.

Anonymous said...

re: THE SAGA OF GORDON THE RUINER

You do, Mr H, where others do not, and would not.

Many thanks.

Anonymous said...

Perhaps Romania has merely swopped the dictatorship of Ceausescu for the dictorship of the EU. Perhaps also, having already removed one dictator, they may be more ready to remove another? Each country to their own affairs however, I would love to see Brown having a Ceausescu Moment. How many more days to December 25th?

Ron Broxted said...

I was lucky to get out of Serbia in 1991 just before the war started there. I had joined a gay dance group that was touring Eastern Europe to spread the message that AIDS and HIV was just like measels or chickenpox and anybody could catch it, not just raving homosexuals and intravenous drug abusers.
At the time I had a Muslim lover Ahmed who was also a member of our small dance troupe in between gigs he would plunder my willing arse cheeks in the tour bus....Oooh matron!

Lionel Blair said...

Broxted are you still a hoofer by any chance?

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