Dont buy Cheries book - buy Prescotts

#1
John Prescott's memoirs have revealed loads of things we didn't already know:

1. Blair was scared of Brown
2. Prescott was going to resign when caught with his tent-like pants down
3. Prescott has always struggled with the English language :eek:
4. Prescott is and always was a fat, obnoxious cnut - and is using long term media contacts to puff his illiterate rantings (memoirs, surely?) and cynically line his own pockets before retiring to an obscene, ostentatious mansion on the top of a hill in Hull - all paid for by numbskulls who forked out good money in exchange for his tw@ttish rantings on paper, masquerading under the label of 'book'
5. Sorry, I added the last one
6. Er....
7. That's it

Link: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/7394312.stm
 

the_boy_syrup

LE
Book Reviewer
#2
I'm impressed that Prescott has actually fiished a book
Now can someone take the coloured pencils back off him before he starts on the walls :D

Thanks
 
#4
the_boy_syrup said:
Now can someone take the coloured pencils back off him before he starts on the walls :D
Excellent! :lol: Don't worry t_b_s, crayons nowadays are non toxic therefore edible, the fat cnut will eat them before scribbling with them. At least his puke will be pretty rainbow like....
 
#5
Buggered if I'm subsidising that pile of pooh by buying his book. I'll wait for the headlines to laugh at Neu Labour's self destruction - the longer they spin it out the funnier it becomes.
 
#6
Prescott?

Me thinks and imagines Prescock against Dubya.
 
#7
I wouldnt use the pages of either book for bog paper, none of the administration from 1997 onwards interests me remotely, apart from possibly seeing them in court charged with crimes against humanity for the Iraq episode.

All concerned are a waste of skin and space on this planet, Bliar, Bliar-Booth, Brown, Levy, Prescott and all the others on the Politburo. Sooner they are taken for the greedy coniving thieving and murdering bastards they really are the better.
 
#8
Wot really p1sses me off about this bunch is this, they have reduced the majority in this country to a state of not having a pot to p1ss in.

Taxed to the hilt, bankrupt businesses, houses re-possessed, petrol and diesel prices through the roof and banks wiped out.

Now they cobble together a couple of books that should be entitled, 'It wasn't me, it was him' to justify it. All in order to get even more money for themselves AND they have got away with the big steal in the first place - don't buy it, policy or books.

In 1997 I had a team of 30 people, they all came in to take the p1ss out of me because I was one of three who voted Tory. My quote to them now still stands, " Laugh at me now, in a few years this lot will make you cry."

What will we all inherit when they go.?

Edited because I was raving mad and still am.
 
#9
I would say that buying Cheries book seems better, it means you can have a little read before going to sleep and also wanking material at the side of the bed. Are there any picture of her in it, preferably in a nice business skirt with stockings and high heels?
 
#10
JoseyWales said:
Wot really p1sses me off about this bunch is this, they have reduced the majority in this country to a state of not having a pot to p1ss in.

Taxed to the hilt, bankrupt businesses, houses re-possessed, petrol and diesel prices through the roof, and banks wiped out.

Now they cobble together a couple of books that should be entitled, 'It wasn't me, it was him' to justify it all. To get even more money for themselves and they have got away with it all.

In 1997 I had a team of 30 people, they all came in to take the p1ss out of me because I was one of three who voted Tory. My quote to them now still stands, " Laugh at me now, in a few years this lot will make you cry."

What will we all inherit when they go.?
Two bloody and costly wars

A devestated military

A thrashed economy

An entreched underclass

The errosion of civil liberties

A neutered police force

A bloated and ineffectual NHS (this goes for the entire civil service)

More quango's than a bananna republic

EVERYTHING taxed to the hilt

A mandate to the tories to do whatever they like for at least the next decade (dont cry foul when they morph into ZANUtory,standby for 5 years of 'it was because of the labour government.......')

A union teetering on self implosion

A democracy enthralled to a bunch of self-serving champagne socialist johnnies

ect ad nauseum

Oh..........and the minimum wage

What would dear old churchill say?'what a shower of c*nts' I would imagine.
 
#11
Years ago I knew an old boy called Jack Foster. A self defined working class man but he always voted Conservative.

I asked him why he did this, he replied, " Listen, they are the ones with the money and the ideas, the other bunch are always on your earhole, 'give us a couple of pound brother.'

He was so right.
 
#12
JoseyWales said:
Years ago I knew an old boy called Jack Foster. A self defined working class man but he always voted Conservative.

I asked him why he did this, he replied, " Listen, they are the ones with the money and the ideas, the other bunch are always on your earhole, 'give us a couple of pound brother.'

He was so right.
Except he was wrong. This lot were Tories, masquerading under the label of 'Labour'. Power corrupts, etc..... Once you start rubbing shoulders with the true filth at the top - it permeates into you. These arrseholes didn't last long after 97.

I'm just glad to say I can't hold myself to blame for Thatcher or this shower. I never voted Labour after John Smith died.
 
#13
jarrod248 said:
Argee2007 said:
I would say that buying Cheries book seems better, it means you can have a little read before going to sleep and also wanking material at the side of the bed. Are there any picture of her in it, preferably in a nice business skirt with stockings and high heels?
Now you sir are a pervert!

I wonder if she wears anything under her barristers gown :D
 
#14
Some excellent quotes on various blogs about this.

"Prescott's new house has a separate staircase for servants. Does it have a croquet lawn?"

"I regret ever inventing the nickname 'Two Jags' for him. In so doing I reduced a greedy, self-serving, Stalinist thug into a mere figure of fun"

"The satirical version of The Red Flag could have been written especially for him:-

The working class,
Can kiss my arrse,
I've got the foreman's job at last"
 

the_boy_syrup

LE
Book Reviewer
#15
I should imagine this is the fallout is starting
Everyone is going to disatnce themselves from what has happend under this goverment
After all these years of blaming the Tories for the problems (Mcnulty doing it again the other week) they are turning on each other
Prescott is starting with I told Tony Blair but he didn't listen
The wicked witch is starting with Gordon forced Tony to do it
Fact is Blair got out just in time and Brown is going under but Tony Blair sowed the seeds of his downfall
Blair is wandering round like the great hero of the modern world and I am amazed that the people who are so quick to dam Thatcher are so quick to defend him


If you remember after Nue Labour came to power Prescott attended the Brits
Chumbawumba threw a bucket of water over Prescott and we first saw his temper rear it's head
Chumbawumba made the statement that Labour had sold out the Liverpool dockers and before wrong they would do the same with the country

How right they were
 
#16
the_boy_syrup said:
I should imagine this is the fallout is starting
Everyone is going to disatnce themselves from what has happend under this goverment
After all these years of blaming the Tories for the problems (Mcnulty doing it again the other week) they are turning on each other
Prescott is starting with I told Tony Blair but he didn't listen
The wicked witch is starting with Gordon forced Tony to do it
Fact is Blair got out just in time and Brown is going under but Tony Blair sowed the seeds of his downfall
Blair is wandering round like the great hero of the modern world and I am amazed that the people who are so quick to dam Thatcher are so quick to defend him


If you remember after Nue Labour came to power Prescott attended the Brits
Chumbawumba threw a bucket of water over Prescott and we first saw his temper rear it's head
Chumbawumba made the statement that Labour had sold out the Liverpool dockers and before wrong they would do the same with the country

How right they were

Now i rarely feel sorry for anyone in politics, but whoever wins the next election is in trouble from the off, in the entire time in office, Labour really went a bit mental with the sell offs and PFI. The Tories were no angels but this last government really has run the country into the ground and left us with a deficit.

Some of the stuff that's gone on is criminal and people should be jailed, whoever came up with the sell off of DERA should be serving a life sentence for the money they syphoned out of the public pot and into private peoples pockets, the armed forces again have been run down to near breaking point and the amount of money owed through PFI is going to cripple schools and hospitals for the next generation.

PFI is a sore point with me, especially the projects where the government actually loaned the companies the money, so a private company comes in, borrows the money to build a hospital, gets someone else to build it and then they sell off the lease to a bank/building society for 3 times the amount it's cost to build it, surely there is someone in the government with enough brain cells to see that the bottleneck in 10/20/30 years time is going to destroy everyone of these projects.


Anyway i'm away off to calm down, as i said it's annoying to think about how deep in the sh*t this country really is, if the tories win next year then they'll have the darkest five years in power in a long time, how they work this out i haven't a clue, there's nothing left to sell off.
 

the_boy_syrup

LE
Book Reviewer
#17
I think the Tories will win but I don't think that Cameron is the man to sort the country out
To sort this mess out he's gonna have to make Thatcher look like a fairy and he's not the man
But I don't see any alternative Clegg's a loser from the off

Funny how no one voted for Labour ( I did first time round I'll admit it)

Funny how no one voted for Hitler either when asked - just a thought...........
 
#18
the_boy_syrup said:
I think the Tories will win but I don't think that Cameron is the man to sort the country out
To sort this mess out he's gonna have to make Thatcher look like a fairy and he's not the man
But I don't see any alternative Clegg's a loser from the off

Funny how no one voted for Labour ( I did first time round I'll admit it)

Funny how no one voted for Hitler either when asked - just a thought...........

20 years ago there was the Tories and there was Labour, the two main parties with their policies that went back years, nowadays there are no real parties, Tony Blair came in and took on a load of Tory ideas and made them his own, a lot of Tories moved over to 'New' Labour because of this and the fact that they would have an easier ride into the House. It really has become more about the politicians than the party, there are still the old timers who are set in stone and don't like the way their parties are going, but this group is getting smaller and smaller, we're starting to see Labour politicians and backers moving over to the Tories as they see the public opinion moving towards them.

If the Tories get in, i doubt they'll be the tories of old, it'll be all about the politicians and backers and their policies.
 
#19
The Labour supporters have never seen the other side of it. When I left Llanthony I ended up in the West End in 1975.

2 years down the line, I was sent to report a burglary at Leo Abse' house in Cavendish Avenue, NW8 .

!I was met by the maid. Abse would not see such a low character and demanded the attention of a Detective Inspector.

The same person who represented the Labour Party in the valleys was living in a house worth 2 million pounds in those days FFS.
 
#20
the_boy_syrup said:
I think the Tories will win but I don't think that Cameron is the man to sort the country out
To sort this mess out he's gonna have to make Thatcher look like a fairy and he's not the man
But I don't see any alternative Clegg's a loser from the off

Funny how no one voted for Labour ( I did first time round I'll admit it)

Funny how no one voted for Hitler either when asked - just a thought...........
My bold.
I did too, but only the first time. The Tories at the time were appalling. Just like this lot are now funnily enough. How strange. :x
I expect I'll do the same thing just to get this lot out by voting Tory.
But whether or not I'll vote Tory after that remains to be seen.
To be honest I don't vote people in as much as vote people out or just pull my support and vote against them. It's really hard to know what to do sometimes. But not voting is simply not an option. I think they should make that compulsory.
I've always voted, even if afterwards it was found to be for the wrong person. Hey what am I saying? It always ends up being for the wrong person no matter who you vote for. They're all charlatans.
I really wish someone would come up with a real alternative to this constant gravy train of career politicians who all seem to be out to line their own pockets.
Is there no-one decent enough in this country worth voting for?
Makes me think of the quote that Guido Fawkes was the only man to enter Parliament with honest intentions. Never a truer word than that said in jest.
Now I'm really depressed. More beer. Ah, that's better. :)
 

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