Gordon Brown saves the world

#1
Our esteemed leader Comrade Brown just made a bit of a slip on Prime Ministers questions and said that his banking rescue package "Saved the world". At last some honesty about his view of himself.
 
#2
Yeah.

Saved it for a fate worse than a fate worse than death !

I s'pose he'll start wearing his underpants outside his trousers now and also wear a cape ! :roll:
 
#3
Even for arguements sake he did save the world, its like mugging an old lady, and then giving her an empty purse back, and then telling her she owes you 20quid a month over the next a year.

Well, sort of like that anyway... Anyway, thanks Cyclopsman, you really saved the day
 
#5
From Wikwpedia:-

Messiah complex is a state in which the individual believes themselves to be, or destined to become, the saviour of the particular field, a group, an event, a time period, or in an extreme scenario, the world. This could also be the state in which a group views an individual as a messiah, such as followers of a cult leader. The cult leader doesn't have to claim to be a messiah, but if he is treated as such by his followers, it can also be classified as such.

People with a messiah complex tend to see themselves as saviors to a specific group of people or a specific field, making claims of their own glory, or claiming a self-awareness of their own gift and how that gift can affect a group of people or a field of life.

Messiah Complex may also refer to a person who has formed a habit of "creating" crisis in a given culture, only to later "rescue" or "save" the poor helpless soul upon whom the crisis has been perpetrated.

In the most extreme cases, people with a messiah complex may see themselves as spiritual/religious messiahs with transcendent powers who are destined to save the world.
I tell you, he's bonkers. The quicker the men with the white coats are sent in, the better for us all.
 
#7
I think this stands a good chance of becoming the new 'Mr. Bean' caricature for our esteemed leader! :wink:

I expect to be hearing this from the backbenches next week.
 
#11
Yeah SpiderBroon saves the day once again, defeating the Evil Professor C. Crunch with his laser beam glass eye. Did these supposed stories of him saving the world also say he'd played football for england in the 66' world cup, was the first man to land on the moon and went around with a band of merry men in the woods of nottinghamshire robbing the rich and giving to the poor?
 

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#12
So this...



... was Gordy in his younger days?
 
#13
BrunoNoMedals said:
So this...



... was Gordy in his younger days?
No. The pic below shows Gordon in his younger days. He's about to lift Ming out of poverty (i.e. bend him over the desk and well and truly shaft him).



Flash : Don't fight it Ming. You're in denial.
Ming : WTF? I've never been to Egypt.
 
#14
The guy is delusional, just what we need to sort our economic problems is a lunatic running the country. The sooner he is taken away by the men in white coats the better.....
 
#15
Ancient_Mariner said:
From Wikwpedia:-

Messiah complex is a state in which the individual believes themselves to be, or destined to become, the saviour of the particular field, a group, an event, a time period, or in an extreme scenario, the world. This could also be the state in which a group views an individual as a messiah, such as followers of a cult leader. The cult leader doesn't have to claim to be a messiah, but if he is treated as such by his followers, it can also be classified as such.

People with a messiah complex tend to see themselves as saviors to a specific group of people or a specific field, making claims of their own glory, or claiming a self-awareness of their own gift and how that gift can affect a group of people or a field of life.

Messiah Complex may also refer to a person who has formed a habit of "creating" crisis in a given culture, only to later "rescue" or "save" the poor helpless soul upon whom the crisis has been perpetrated.

In the most extreme cases, people with a messiah complex may see themselves as spiritual/religious messiahs with transcendent powers who are destined to save the world.
I tell you, he's bonkers. The quicker the men with the white coats are sent in, the better for us all.
And didn't he also say, ref the Bombay atrocity, "I speak for the world"? I reckon you're bang on with this Messiah complex thing. Can somebody check his DOB, to see if it's about a fortnight from now?

OK, so he's a world-class numpty, but what really scares me in all this is that if Zanu NL, working on the Goebbels principle, keep on telling this biggest of all lies then the unwashed and gullible will eventually take it as gospel (pun intended), and vote them back in at the next election, following which Cyclops will, presumably, be lifted bodily into Heaven. I see dark days ahead.
 
#16
It won't be long before a burning bush is telling him to enforce laws that have been carved into stone.
 
#17
Flashman07 said:
It won't be long before a burning bush is telling him to enforce laws that have been carved into stone.
I believe that happened already but then the sceptics voted Obama in!

-DC
 
#18
Democritus said:
Cyclops will, presumably, be lifted bodily into Heaven
Hopefully, the next time he is lifted bodily into anything it'll be a Neil Robertson stretcher prior to a ride in an ambulance to the nearest hospital offering rooms with deeply quilted wallpaper.

In all seriousness, I've spoken to a number of doctors who think he's mentally ill.

One reckons that he has borderline personality disorder. This can be treated with anti psychotic drugs that cause the type of involuntary movement Gordon makes with his jaw when he speaks.

Another suggested clinical depression. Gordon is often up and wandering about at 0500 (he almost got shot by No 10 security last year - a golden opportunity missed). He's also prone to fits of rage and seems to nod off at inappropriate moments - a side effect of some antidepressants.

So we have a leader with access to nuclear weapons, who is seriously mentally ill and who thinks he is on a mission to save the world. Why do I keep thinking of scenes from Dr Strangelove?
 
#19
Ancient_Mariner said:
Why do I keep thinking of scenes from Dr Strangelove?
Me too - even if this fruitcake doesn't start World War 3, it'll be 'Slim Pickens' for all of us for years to come! :(
 
#20
Yep! A Messiah complex. I thought when Blair became PM, that he was going to have a 'Messaniac' complex because he thought he was 'President' of the UK.

Brown is rather like the Soup Dragon in the Clangers.....(full of the 'Brown stuff!!).... a Moses like figure who is going to not only lead us all to that Socialist Land of Milk and Honey, but the whole World as well.... Delusions of grandeur and bigshotism is more lke it.

Maybe Lord Peter, the 'Secret and True Prime Minister' is hoping Pa Broone contiues to make a prat of of himself so that either he, Mandelprat... or one of his acoylytes (Ed Balls, or Milipede) will take over as the secret and future 'Dear Leader' of Neuws Lie-bore...

I bet Brown feels a bit of a prat himself for his gaffe..... :p :p
 

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