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A while back I signed this petition at the Downing Street website.

“We the undersigned petition the Prime Minister to resign due to gross financial incompetence in running the British economy.”

Today I received the this reply from Gordon Broon or rather whichever pathetic twat in the office writes this shit rather than does the decent thing and remove that cunt Brown’s one good eye with a paper knife and calls it their “resignation”.

Here is the first paragraph.

The success of the Government’s macroeconomic framework, introduced in 1997, means that the UK is facing the international financial crisis and the recession it has caused around the world from a solid foundation. Credible medium term objectives and mechanisms for short-term flexibility mean that the Bank of England and the Government can deliver the necessary support to the economy without compromising their commitments to low inflation and sound public finances.

Not only does that not even answer the question I have heard it all before and it is utter bollocks and clearly they had to play that pigeon-chested abatoir-creeper Mandelsnake’s arse-bugle long and hard to come up with THAT. A reply of “Fuck off” would have at least been honest…

This was on the same day I saw that partially sculptured turd in a suit Broon say he was bunging RBS £300,000,000,000 immediately after they had announced the worst corporate loss in British History.

Lying, devious, incompetent, duplicitous, mendacious, arogant, distainful, patronising fuckers. Ever last bugger-cunting one of them.

I’m well beyound wanting to see the fuckers lynched or beaten to death in the streets. I want to see them humiliated. I want to see them destroyed and broken gibbering wrecks before they are publically tortured to death using methods of Afghan brutality and Chinese ingenuity.

But what I really want is something I know I can never get. I want genuine confessions. I want them to beg forgiveness from the Universe for the atoms they have occupied for all of their miserable, pathetic, shitty, malicious years. I want them all to know before they take their last trip that their lives have been utterly wasted and thoroughly malignant. I don’t want them cast from the tumbril (or more likely into the political wilderness) to be wondering “Where did we go wrong?” I want every fibre of their beings to resonate for the rest of their lives – whatever time is left to them – with an overwhelming feeling that everything they have ever been or said or done was wrong. But I know that will never happen because the only thing that resonates though every fibre of their beings is arrogance. Sheer unbroachable adamantine arrogance.

8 Comments

  1. RAB says:

    Lying, devious, incompetent, duplicitous, mendacious, arogant, distainful, patronising fuckers. Ever last bugger-cunting one of them.

    Well you cant say fairer than that can you?

    I may have bunged in thieving and rapacious too
    but what the hell.

    And if anyone thinks the Torys will be any different…

    Well here’s the Whisky bottle and the revolver.

  2. mandrill says:

    I think you may have gotten the wrong end of the stick about this whole ‘petition the prime minister’ schtick. It is not a means by which the people can communicate with those in power, there are none of those left unless you have a stack of brown envelopes filled with cash to hand. It is a sham, a show, a peice of window dressing designed to mislead the people into thinking that what they think actually matters to those who run their lives. Its usefulness to us is not as a means of speaking truth to power, but as a means of speaking truth to the people. The more sensible and reasonable ideas get put up and rejected with the same tired old Nu-Arbeit speak, the thinner the veneer of ‘engagement’ is worn and the more we show our glorious leaders up as being the lying, greedy, misbegotten scum that they are.

    You’re right about the arrogance of these suck-monkeys though, they will not give that up until they are brought to the point where all their pull and influence, all their rich friends and media lackeys, cannot help them anymore. That point is dangling at the end of a rope.

  3. NickM says:

    Mandrill,

    I’m not that naive. I know it’s so they can make a hoo-hah about “open government” an all that.

    That is arrogant in itself. They must think us so dense.

    But that reply is still astonishing in it’s arrogance.

    But the major beef is that Neuarbeit are not just kleptocrats on the make. I think a hell of a lot of them are true believers. Not just in their cause but also that they are the only individuals who can do it.

    One of the reasons they picked up Ceacescu so quick was he had little in the way of protection because he genuinely believed he was beloved of the nation. Right ’till the end. The ego these people have is gobsmacking. As is their disconnection from reality.

  4. El Draque says:

    The other day I realised that I was so paranoid that I wondered whether Gordon would actually hold an election at all.
    Citing “National Emergency” etc.
    Not so mad of me, perhaps, than you might think.
    The idea was floated in the 1930s, that real Socialism needed 10 years without an election; and Labour MPs joked about “The Extension of Parliament Bill” in the 1960s when they were low in the polls.
    In the end, I don’t think there will be a denial of an election. But whether it will change anything is another matter.
    It will take a revolution – like resigning from the EU to save the money – but, as always, beware of what you wish for.

    On a related topic, I’m sure I saw Peter Hain yesterday at a train station. He walked past with an assistant clutching some files.
    I did nearly trip him up, but felt it would be a) embarrassing if it wasn’t him and b) career threatening if it was found to be deliberate.
    And yes, me too, I would also like to see the whole lot in prison for gross neglect and for forgetting, above all, that the money isn’t theirs.

  5. Nick M says:

    ED,

    Peter Cook once said that the worst regret of his life was saving David Frost from drowning. Your Hain moment will haunt you, I fear.

  6. Plamus says:

    Nick, you say: “I’m well beyound wanting to see the fuckers lynched or beaten to death in the streets. I want to see them humiliated. I want to see them destroyed and broken gibbering wrecks before they are publically tortured to death using methods of Afghan brutality and Chinese ingenuity.”

    I saw this on Thursday. Quote: “One leading European banker says a poll showed that the only groups now held in lower regard are prostitutes and convicted felons. There are plenty of people who would be quite happy to see a few bankers join the latter group.”

    My first thought was “Nope, I wanna see them join the former group, until they pay back every taxpayer dollar they took out of my pocket.” Okay, I would compromise, and have them join both groups. The humiliation will be a bonus, of course.

    Cheers from across the pond to our brethren over in the UK, and that’s the Johnnie Walker kind of cheers. Looks like you are getting shafted just like we are here, and misery likes company.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/27/business/economy/27norris.html

  7. Nick M says:

    Plamus,
    Your brilliant scheme (and it is brilliant) has a fatal flaw. Nobody is going to pay to screw them…

  8. Plamus says:

    Nick, are you sure? First off, in jails, there is demand for this sorta thing; second off, I can see how some folks who lost 7-8 digit sums to Bernie Madoff would pay someone with the “right” inclinations a handsome sum to go pay and have some sick fun with his geriatric you-know-what, just to get even… call it a voluntary tax on revenge.

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