Do Something Positive About Tony Bliar

#1
Things are not looking good for the Great Helmsman.
Traditionally, when a criminal looks likely to be sent to prison, his "friends" would give him a Soap on a Rope present. The thinking being that he wouldn't drop the soap and have to bend over in the prison showers- ouch!
If every ARRSEr sent Bliar a soap on a rope it would be hugely embarrassing for him- and bllody funny.
They're cheap, see Amazon, Ebay etc.
Bliars address;
10 Downing Street, London, SW1A 2AA
020 7925 0918
tony-blair@prime-minister.co.uk
All above addresses etc lifted from non restricted Govt website.
STOP WHINING, AND DO SOMETHING POSITIVE ABOUT THE LIZARD.
 
#2
waste soap on HIM , just send the rope...... you know what with.
WW
 
#6
Threatening to unzip Bliar with a rifle and ten is unproductive. Soap on a Rope is a symbolic gift to the politician who promised to clean up parliament. Politician cleanse thyself. etc The rope bit can symbolise Saddam and the whole Iraq thing.
Bliar has the media in his pocket. No matter how awful things get he can rely on the BBC to cover him. The only thing which could damage him is a large grassroots protest. No politician can survive being laughed at.
Send that Soap!
 
#7
Registering as a service voter in Brown’s constituency would be very effective.
 
#12
Wheelchair was right, 10 rounds needed - at least. He forgot the oiliest, slimiest git of the lot Hain. Hewitt (Labour's Virginia Bottomley) also gets it.
I will send a rope soap, I think that is a great idea.
 
#13
offog said:
Not sure but I was under the impression that you could register your vote with any constituency. I will now have to go and find out.

edited to add the link below.

http://www.wirral.gov.uk/so/docs/ServiceVoters.pdf

I was a proxy voter.
So from the PDF, what would be needed would be a few obliging Matelots in Rosyth to sign a few thousand forms saying that they would be happy to let all their mates in the Andrew, and the sum total of the Army and the Royal Air Force, kip on their sofas for a bit.

Interesting... v. interesting ;)

I think I can smell the stench of faecal matter wafting under the door of No.11 as I type.
 
#14
If any ARRSEr can find a mega cheap, or just very good, site for buying the soap on a rope, please post it here.
They've tried reason, argument and appealing to Bliar's sense of decency to get the wretch to go.
Now let's try public derision and humiliation.
 
#16
soap on a rope may be symbolic, but a scrubbing brush might be even more; help to clean up the sleaze and remind him that he is a scrubber (soliciting is illegal still isn't it?).

on the other hand put some lead behind his ear ... with a shotgun.
 
#17
crabtastic said:
offog said:
Not sure but I was under the impression that you could register your vote with any constituency. I will now have to go and find out.

edited to add the link below.

http://www.wirral.gov.uk/so/docs/ServiceVoters.pdf

I was a proxy voter.
So from the PDF, what would be needed would be a few obliging Matelots in Rosyth to sign a few thousand forms saying that they would be happy to let all their mates in the Andrew, and the sum total of the Army and the Royal Air Force, kip on their sofas for a bit.

Interesting... v. interesting ;)
I don’t think you need to do that just appoint some one as your proxy. Local RBL club may have some volunteers.
 
#19
How about one like this shouldn't be too hard to get one knocked up with the tw@ts face on it in China or other sweatshop economy preferably full of toxic ingredients or petrochemicals harmful to the skin

 
#20
Why soap on a rope? Surely we want him to drop it in the shower, followed by the inevitable buggery, kidney punching, spitting blood and head stamping.
 

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