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Brown: I intend to do my duty by the Forces...

#1
This from today’s Sunday Times Online:-

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/politics/article2929621.ece

Quote:

‘Some Labour figures were angry that the military had attacked Mr Brown personally while he was out of the country. One Labour MP asked: “Isn’t that how all coups start?”’

Now, that hadn’t occurred to me... :roll:
...but it certainly bears thinking about. :D
 
#3
OldAdam said:
This from today’s Sunday Times Online:-

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/politics/article2929621.ece

Quote:

‘Some Labour figures were angry that the military had attacked Mr Brown personally while he was out of the country. One Labour MP asked: “Isn’t that how all coups start?”’

Now, that hadn’t occurred to me... :roll:
...but it certainly bears thinking about. :D
Almost 60 comments and hardly 1 that actually believes what our PM is saying. Scandalous really.
 
#5
What resign?

Will anyone ever trust New Labour over the treatment shown to the troops on the front line.....NO!

Will New Labour ever change...NO!

Attacking the PM while he's out of the coutry, I am sure it will continue on his return too!

Lets face it THEY, New Labour have really FCUKed this one up!
 
#6
Bad_Crow said:
Well the man is an untrustworthy liar...

I hope your not shocked.
Depends what you mean. I certainly think that he is an untrustworthy liar (or utterly deluded), so it isn't that that would shock me. What does make me wory is that so many people as a % of our population seem to also think so, virtually no one in the public that think he is telling the truth here. Yet he is the countries ultimate political office holder and add to that the failure to even call for a vote of no-confidence and it points to a breakown in democracy.
 
#9
OldAdam said:
This from today’s Sunday Times Online:-

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/politics/article2929621.ece

Quote:

‘Some Labour figures were angry that the military had attacked Mr Brown personally while he was out of the country. One Labour MP asked: “Isn’t that how all coups start?”’

Now, that hadn’t occurred to me... :roll:
...but it certainly bears thinking about. :D
Hadn't occurred to me either, but if that's an indicative comment by a Labour MP then I don't wonder why the defence budget is what it is, whilst the Minister only has to be responsible on a part-time basis.
 
#10
CQMS said:
He doesn't care what anyone thinks, unless it's going to affect an election result it's irrelevant.
I thought that Broon had exempted himself from Elections.
 
#11
I've just been sent this link;

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/politics/article2937067.ece

and I love L.Stewart's chat!


"It is truly amazing how people express surprise at each stage in the calculated undermining of this country, and wonder how our government can possibly make so many 'mistakes'.
Certainly the issue is blurred by a genuine incompetence, but : Why would Labour - the party of the CND, pacifism, and outright marxism, the party distinguished by being full of raw hatred for the native population of this country, its traditional values and its way of life, the Party which sends our servicemen into battle outnumbered, ill-equipped, and watched over by civil-rights lawyers funded at taxpayers' expense to leap to the support of the enemy - why would it be worried if more White, heterosexual 'militarists' leave the Army ? All the more vacancies for women, 'British' ethnic minorities, increased employment straight from Africa, homosexuals and wimps to be filled by targetted recruitment, thereby breaking for good a bastion of British patriotism, pride, and disclpline."
 
#13
labrat said:
by "do his duty" does he mean retire to his office with a revolver and a bottle of whisky?
Damn! Beat me to it! :D :twisted:

The only time that cnut would pick up a revolver would be to shoot someone else in the back. :evil:
 
#14
OldAdam said:
This from today’s Sunday Times Online:-

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/politics/article2929621.ece

Quote:

‘Some Labour figures were angry that the military had attacked Mr Brown personally while he was out of the country. One Labour MP asked: “Isn’t that how all coups start?”’

Now, that hadn’t occurred to me... :roll:
...but it certainly bears thinking about. :D
I've got a week's holiday. Just tell me where we RV. :twisted:
 
#16
Brown simply does not understand the meaning of the word 'Duty'. In much the same way as his understanding of the word 'Courage' is completely random - witness the 'election' fiasco.

Sure, he can get someone to write a book about it and then append his name, but can he actually do it for himself? I don't quite think so.
 
#17
he did the impossible tho, he actually made Tony Blair look good !
 
#19
If Gorgon Broon was to retire, bags I be the guy who takes him the bottle of Whisky and the revolver..........I,d skull the whisky and slot the Cnut meself.


Thompson.....Large Brandy...and wash your daughter, there,s a good fellah...Thank you.
 
#20
Mr Brown refused to comment on the personal criticisms but said that there would always be a debate about resources. “The question is, are you doing the right thing by our Armed Forces and are you doing the right thing by the public services?” he said. “I have got to get on with my job, to do my duty by the Armed Forces and the public services of this country.”

RESIGN CYCLOPS
 

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