Browne on Adam Boulton Show NOW

#1
If ever you needed further confirmation that the guy is on another planet this is it!

Apparantly he knows what we all want (reduced crime, high petrol prices etc) and the desire to give it to us is what motivates him in politics!
 
#2
It really is incredible how impervious to reality the bunker mentality of ZANU NL is.The cyclopean,pension thieving,traitorous arrse bandit could be hanging from a lamp-post outside a burning number 10.....and still would not take the hint.
 
#3
As far as I could tell, all the BBC did this morning (Sunday 4 May) was advertise 'Gordon Brown's fight-back'.

Why should I pay a licence fee to the propaganda department of a political party I have loathed and despised since I was a miner in a South East Wales pit? (Rose Heyworth in Abertillery for those interested).
 
#4
The BBC got their cards marked a couple of years ago when they revealed the dodgy dossier on WMD. since then theyve been like the old soviet Pravda, check out the order and length of time given to bad government news stories when related to the ITV or Sky Bulletins, there furher down the list, given less air time and a slightly glossy sheen is also applied.

like saying one fifth of people will pay less for their car tax when the new rates come in and not saying four fifths will pay more.
 
#5
The beeb giving the one eyed mong an easy time

The above link if further evidence was needed that the beeb are filled with commies and organ sucking toads to the liarbore gobmint.

Who will join me on a bet that as soon a Broon fcuks off (and he will) and releases his inevitable book, we will learn that he had been suffering mental depression or autism or some fink throughout his leadership........

The clown is unfit to hold a licence, let alone govern the country.
 
#7
No wonder Mugabe won't admit he's screwed it up. If El Presidente Broon needs a hiding like this before he will admit he "made mistakes", what a great example for third world heads of state to follow.
 
#8
mark1234 said:
Brown needs to hang for giving away Britains sovereignty to europe against the will of the people.
Interesting concept. Maybe thats what politics needs, hang a few of the fcukers for crimes against the state. That should make them sit up.
They have been dripping away the british soverignty for the last 12 years but we could go further back than that to the all to ready to capitulate tory's of majors goverment.
Get em dead!
 
#9
A few years ago, a friend from abroad asked me why we still had the 19th cent. lamp post in parts of central London - the ones with the bars sticking out at the top - used to be so that the lamp lighters could lean their ladders against them back in the gas light days....

I explained that they would prove useful when the revolution came.
 
#10
GordonBrown said:
mark1234 said:
Brown needs to hang for giving away Britains sovereignty to europe against the will of the people.
Interesting concept. Maybe thats what politics needs, hang a few of the fcukers for crimes against the state. That should make them sit up.
They have been dripping away the british soverignty for the last 12 years but we could go further back than that to the all to ready to capitulate tory's of majors goverment.
Get em dead!
You're right, it has been given away, and not just under Labour.

But the worst example of utter contempt for the electorate was the Lisbon Treaty, to promise a referendum when they thought it was a sure thing (until france and denmark rejected it) to then turn around and re-name the constitution (with over 90% of the content of the original document) and claim it was something new so it didn't need a vote, was not only cynical, it was beyond that.

It crossed the line between normal political lieing and just plain trechery, we should have been rioting in the streets and hanging cabinet ministers, but being British we're just to polite for that.

The Labour government has managed to do by politics what Adolf Hitler could not do in war time, Broon has given away sovereignty of the UK to a foriegn power, and he got away with it without so much as a whimper.
 
#11
"....and now there's just you and a load of pygmies" hahahhahahahahaa :D
 
#12
I have just realised!!!! There is no Broon, it's the Emperor Mong in disguise!
 
#13
Yes.... Pa Broone would really do far better if he got a job at MacDonalds as the Corporate Clown. Mr Ronald MacDonald. At least he could go about his business and nobody would recognise him...... :? :lol:
 
#14
uncle_vanya said:
Yes.... Pa Broone would really do far better if he got a job at MacDonalds as the Corporate Clown. Mr Ronald MacDonald. At least he could go about his business and nobody would recognise him...... :? :lol:
Would you let your kids be exposed to gorgon 'lock up your sons' broon?
 
#15
BobMugabe said:
I have just realised!!!! There is no Broon, it's the Emperor Mong in disguise!
As a great number of panicing ZANU-Liarbor MP's have finally had to admit to themselves. When you have an an unnamed former Cabinet minister telling a journalist at the BBC: "We can't be sentimental like we were with Michael Foot. We have to be ruthless like the Conservatives otherwise we are fcuked." that is not going to be an uncommon sentiment


"........there are few predicaments less enviable than crouching at the bottom of a trench with Mr Brown, waiting for him to launch one of his botched attacks.

Even Mr Brown's courage becomes, in these circumstances, a liability: he leads his troops over the top at the very time when the only sensible thing is to sit tight and devise a new plan of attack.

Any Labour MP who watched Mr Brown's performance on the Andrew Marr show yesterday morning will have been driven to the conclusion that the only sensible thing to do with this Prime Minister is to shoot him in the back. For if Labour's situation looked bad before Mr Brown mounted this operation, it looked a lot worse afterwards.

There was a pitiful absence of any element of surprise: Mr Brown launched his offensive long after dawn and everyone could see him stumbling, revolver in hand, towards the enemy lines. He was a sitting duck."


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/new...rdon-Brown's-counter-attack-stuck-in-mud.html

If they get the pasting they so richly deserve in the Crewe and Nantwich by-election on 22 May, he is history.

In some dark part of the Liarbor party, somebody decided that as a substitute for any convincing policies and absent a viable leader, the only thing to do was go for a pathetic grab for the loyalty vote.

Thus the late Gwyneth Dunwoody's daughter, Tamsin Dunwoody, was the "logical choice" to fight the seat.

She of course was a Welsh Assembly member from 2003 to 2007 until she lost her seat to the Conservatives having thought that being deputy minister for environment and deputy minister for economic development she would walk it.

The voters of Crewe and Nantwich are about to find themselves part of a huge media circus as all three parties pour huge resources into the battle. Gemma Garrett, aka Miss Great Britain, is supposed standing on a "sexy not sleazy" platform. Oh please.......
 
#16
lsquared said:
As far as I could tell, all the BBC did this morning (Sunday 4 May) was advertise 'Gordon Brown's fight-back'.

Why should I pay a licence fee to the propaganda department of a political party I have loathed and despised since I was a miner in a South East Wales pit? (Rose Heyworth in Abertillery for those interested).
A Tory? Working down the pits? I bet you had to keep quiet about that.

I take it you were an MI5 mole and didn't mention that you'd been to Eton and Oxford.
 
#17
GordonBrown said:
Who will join me on a bet that as soon a Broon fcuks off (and he will) and releases his inevitable book, we will learn that he had been suffering mental depression
The rumours about Broons mental state refuse to die down. The fact that he's got 'more than a touch' of autism seems to be beyond doubt. Apparently it's quite common in people who are as abnormally intelligent as Broon is.

More seriously, he seems to be badly affected by the stress of his job. He caused a security alert wandering around Downing Street at 0500 recently. He's also prone to violent, destructive outbursts, he falls asleep at odd times and can't concentrate - all classic sign of severe depression. God knows what a psychiatrist would make of the public nose picking.

Ian Dale reports concern among the cabinet about Broons mental health and speculation that he might need to be hospitalised. If he suddenly disappears for an unscheduled month's 'holiday' in an undisclosed location, you'll know where he is.
 
#18
Ancient_Mariner said:
The fact that he's got 'more than a touch' of autism seems to be beyond doubt. Apparently it's quite common in people who are as abnormally intelligent as Broon is.
Precious little f*cking evidence of 'abnormal intelligence'. Boris is intelligent, Brown is a dull, dull man who is a 'grafter', attaining the impression of intelligence through hard work (but his shortcomings are rapidly exposed when under pressure). I hope he dies a slow, painful death.
 
#19
Wow. The journos are really doing their job now. As described in the Andrew Marr show, these journos really are coming over the hill and sticking their bayonets in.

Whoever wrote the following,
Any Labour MP who watched Mr Brown's performance on the Andrew Marr show yesterday morning will have been driven to the conclusion that the only sensible thing to do with this Prime Minister is to shoot him in the back. For if Labour's situation looked bad before Mr Brown mounted this operation, it looked a lot worse afterwards.
is obviously trying to ride the wave of of anti-labour sentiment as a cover for a complete lack of journalistic talent.

I watched the interview and Brown didn't do badly in that interview. He came across as well as I have ever seen him on telly since becoming PM.

That said, it seems clear that unless he pulls his finger out and magics something out of his hat, Labour will lost the next election.

I think the problem really lies with the realization that all MPs are corrupt bastards whose antics have gone too far, and a very, very bad budget. The fact that the government tried to justify increased taxes on the basis of 'the environment' at a time of global economic uncertainty is staggering. This really isn't a time to increase taxes and quite clearly someone in govt got complacent and misread the signs.

If labour is to have any chance of turning this around, IMO they need to:

1. Deal with the expenses issue once and for all. Some MPs will get hurt but it needs to be done.

2. Magic up some tax cuts. That includes getting rid of that disastrously silly environmental car tax.

Since this is almost certainly browns last term as PM, I hope he decides to throw all caution to the wind and do right by the country. Let's face it, he is no spring chicken and party politics being what it is, he will not be the PM again should he lose this time.
 
#20
Scabster_Mooch said:
Since this is almost certainly browns last term as PM, I hope he decides to throw all caution to the wind and do something right by the country for once.
Sadly, I think the tactic that will be employed by 'New' Labour will be one of scorched earth - f*ck the economy, and society as badly as possible just prior to the General Election, avoiding the immediate blame but f*cking-over the new Government so badly that they cannot recover within 5 years, thereby allowing a Labour 're-invention' and an attempt to get back in after one turn.
 
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