Monday, 22 March 2010

Purer than Pure


We do, as a new Government, have to be extremely careful after 18 years in opposition. A lot of people who worked for us, they then go on and work for the lobby firms. I think we have to be very careful with people fluttering around the new Government, trying to make all sorts of claims of influence, that we are purer than pure, that people understand that we will not have any truck with anything that is improper in any shape or form at all. - Anthony Charles Lynton Blair
Just sign the petition. Our glorious leader has already rejected calls for an inquiry. Even though he hasn't seen the programme yet. No further comment required.

10 comments:

TheBigYin said...

Signed it from an earlier Guido email OH.

Ampers said...

Both SWMBO and I have dutiful done as ordered OH - and with pleasure...

Although when once I hired a new secretary and asked he what salary she wanted, I said "with pleasure" and she promptly retorted with "with pleasure is £x +50% extra...

Ampers

Because we're young said...

Signed it through Mr. Fawkes too, is well worth doing though so good to keep pushing it. Love your new banner as well - People should not fear their government, their government should fear the people. Indeed.

caesars wife said...

Brings a whole new meaning to investing for growth and the redistribution of wealth !

Anonymous said...

Already signed OH - love the picture. Shouldn't there be a third line though?
New Labour
New Danger
Same Old Corruption

bofl said...

our glorious leader.....

he couldn,t even lead a dog!

failed tech lecturer becomes pm.....
it's like something by kafka.....

in Romania Stejarel Olaru, head of the Committee to Investigate Crimes of the Communist Era said:

"People believe Ceaucescu did many good things... that he gave the people houses, jobs, and good salaries. His mistake, they think, was that he didn't put food in the shops."

It's a stupid line of thinking, he says, but quite a commonly-held one. The flats were small and cramped, the jobs were often unproductive. And people have too easily forgotten the all-pervading fear of the secret police.

"December 1989 was a conflict between the state and the people of Romania,"' says Claudiu Iordache, director of the Institute of the Romanian Revolution in Bucharest.

"And that fight is still going on today, but by more peaceful means. The state is still imposing its will on the people, who suffer as a result."


just substitute the name Brown where appropriate for today ...

bofl said...

just thinking about this.i was stopped for not wearing a seatbelt in my car(shock horror etc) after a few 'pleasantries' plod advised me that he would take me down the cells for a few hours...........

so why is it that all of these hoons are caught red handed and yet plod are nowhere to be seen?

they are supposed to uphold the law not be corrupt too!

if all of these events were happening in a far off state the bbc would be jumping up and down telling us what a terrible country it is..........with dishonest and corrupt leaders..........ffs how easily they are bought........
it only took the romans a few hot baths and togas.now it's pensions and knighthoods........

Old Holborn said...

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I am Stan said...

Signed,1732 so far!


But will anyone actually take any notice?

Dave said...

Signed and posted on facebook

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