He will sign it, after all

#2
Is this utter f*ckwit doing everything he can to screw this country before the next election when he knows he'll be out on his ear. He has already screwed over the forces and public services by giving all the money to subsidise black ginger lesbians in wheelchairs, hope he dies of a horrific skin disease - fecking penile wart :x

Okay - I'm done now :)

Edited for usual shite spelling
 

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#3
angular said:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml;jsessionid=P4H3UH0BE2O1DQFIQMGCFFWAVCBQUIV0?xml=/news/2007/12/12/nbrown112.xml

Just for a second there I thought he might have to have his trousers re-cut after he'd grown a set of balls; further down the article I see that he may sign it, but he won't be in the picture of the leaders afterwards.

And this man writes books on courage!!
He WILL attend in person to sign more of the Union to the dustbin of history.

Well done the fcuking man!
 
#4
where are the protests from the general public?

Its all very well us who have served and are serving complaining about the loss of sovereignty but when are we as a country going to get off our asses and tell the ******* who profess to rule in our name that we do not want this treaty. What really gripes me is that they already know this and are crashing on regardless.

Where does the ordinary man on the street turn to show his contempt for this government and this treaty? we cant turn to the political parties as they no longer reresent our views on..well ...anything. the tories are only "hinting" they will hold a referendum after they regain power but we know they will not do so.

We cannot hold our political parties accountable anymore. They promise a lot when they need our vote but look at this current lot. Have they kept ANY of their manifesto? We know they havent but what comeback have they had? None. This should be illegal. When we voted them in we entered into a contract with them. They got our vote in return for the promise of action. Lying in order to gain power should be illegal in politics but who am i kidding. Lying and politics go hand in hand but it shouldnt. WE shouldnt allow it and by allowing it to happen we reap what we sow.

The two main political parties have consistently denied us a right to vote on fundamental change within the EEC. When are we going to mobilise the general public and stop the fcukwits in power selling us down the river?

It is time for an alternative to our current 2 party state. The are blatantly corrupt and do not understand the concept of honour and integrity. They do now understand they are in their jobs to represent our views whatever they may be. A fundamental overhaul of our voting system needs to be implemented and politicians need to face the consequences when going they ignore th manifesto's that got them elected.

Furthermore in cases of such importance in which we are considering fundamental changes to our national sovereignty the decision has to be taken AWAY from politicians. By not asking us they are guilty of a major abuse of their positions. We should be demanding a referendum not just flaming threads such as these.
 

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#5
fusilier50 said:
where are the protests from the general public?

Its all very well us who have served and are serving complaining about the loss of sovereignty but when are we as a country going to get off our asses and tell the ******* who profess to rule in our name that we do not want this treaty. What really gripes me is that they already know this and are crashing on regardless.

Where does the ordinary man on the street turn to show his contempt for this government and this treaty? we cant turn to the political parties as they no longer reresent our views on..well ...anything. the tories are only "hinting" they will hold a referendum after they regain power but we know they will not do so.

We cannot hold our political parties accountable anymore. They promise a lot when they need our vote but look at this current lot. Have they kept ANY of their manifesto? We know they havent but what comeback have they had? None. This should be illegal. When we voted them in we entered into a contract with them. They got our vote in return for the promise of action. Lying in order to gain power should be illegal in politics but who am i kidding. Lying and politics go hand in hand but it shouldnt. WE shouldnt allow it and by allowing it to happen we reap what we sow.

The two main political parties have consistently denied us a right to vote on fundamental change within the EEC. When are we going to mobilise the general public and stop the fcukwits in power selling us down the river?

It is time for an alternative to our current 2 party state. The are blatantly corrupt and do not understand the concept of honour and integrity. They do now understand they are in their jobs to represent our views whatever they may be. A fundamental overhaul of our voting system needs to be implemented and politicians need to face the consequences when going they ignore th manifesto's that got them elected.

Furthermore in cases of such importance in which we are considering fundamental changes to our national sovereignty the decision has to be taken AWAY from politicians. By not asking us they are guilty of a major abuse of their positions. We should be demanding a referendum not just flaming threads such as these.
I hope you have been given permission by the police for your mass protests, because if you haven't, you will be arrested and charged under the anti-terrorism act. Just a thought.
 
#7
suits_U said:
I hate this fucking government.
Clarkson! When are you going to rise up and form the rebellion? Time is running out!
YES!!! Clarkson for PM!!!
 
#8
The depressing fact is that voting no longer changes anything, as Livingstone said "If it did they would stop it"

The major parties are interchangeable, and also it seems hereditary, look at the family of Viscount Stansgate Anthony Wedgewood Benn, sorry I meant bloke of the people Tony Benn already looking for a third generation of political leech, the fat cnut Prescott's son standing if he can escape the sleaze rumours.

They produce nothing steal what they can, and indulge in Spanish customs that would have embarrassed a seventies Fleet Street printer.

To protest is to be arrested onterrorist charges as has already happened
and the current trend would gladden the hearts of the Gestapo.

The only real chances for this country is a real statesman who wants what is good for this country, or a revolution, and the cure might be worse than the disease.

Politicians wonder why nobody bothers to vote anymore? I despair. :frustrated: :pissedoff:
 
#9
Bottom line, I just dont trust this horrible piece of work signing anything on my behalf. How did this happen? He shouldnt even be sat in that seat. What a waking nightmare.
He's the worst kind of politician, who is confident that he knows whats best for us without bothering to ask. I hope he accidently stabs himself with the pen and gets ink poisoning.
 
#10
box-of-frogs said:
suits_U said:
I hate this fucking government.
Clarkson! When are you going to rise up and form the rebellion? Time is running out!
YES!!! Clarkson for PM!!!
No - Clarkson for LORD PROTECTOR!!! :twisted:
 
#11
Can you keep all this "Clarkson for PM" stuff under wraps. If HMG find out he is more populare than they are he might find himself on a "long walk in country", from which he may never return.

I know he's not a weapons expert, but I wouldn't put anything past this lot. If you ask me they topped Litvenyenko in order to pish off Ivan.
 
#14
Slow internet in this part of the world.....what's this about? Is our Lederen about to sign another piece of paper?
 
#15
Short version: Brown's decided to sign us up to the new EU treaty/constitution. Before he'd be planning to use having to make an appearance before a select committee (a fortuitous bit of luck most people think he rigged to try and get out of going) as an excuse not to go and sending a junior minister instead, although he's now decided to go sign it in person so long as he gets to do the signing in private and doesn't have to have his picture taken during the official bit with the other heads of government. The thinking seeming to be if there's no photographic evidence then they can't pin it on me/nothing for the papers to splash across the front page. As someone has already aptly pointed out before, this from the man that writes books on the subject of courage.
 
#16
Christ! There's never a Cromwell around when you need one.

"You have sat too long for any good you have been doing. Depart, I say, and let us have done with you. In the name of God, go!"
 
#17
Brick said:
Short version: Brown's decided to sign us up to the new EU treaty/constitution. Before he'd be planning to use having to make an appearance before a select committee (a fortuitous bit of luck most people think he rigged to try and get out of going) as an excuse not to go and sending a junior minister instead, although he's now decided to go sign it in person so long as he gets to do the signing in private and doesn't have to have his picture taken during the official bit with the other heads of government. The thinking seeming to be if there's no photographic evidence then they can't pin it on me/nothing for the papers to splash across the front page. As someone has already aptly pointed out before, this from the man that writes books on the subject of courage.
Oi!! What about our referendum?
 
#18
Brick said:
Short version: Brown's decided to sign us up to the new EU treaty/constitution. Before he'd be planning to use having to make an appearance before a select committee (a fortuitous bit of luck most people think he rigged to try and get out of going) as an excuse not to go and sending a junior minister instead, although he's now decided to go sign it in person so long as he gets to do the signing in private and doesn't have to have his picture taken during the official bit with the other heads of government. The thinking seeming to be if there's no photographic evidence then they can't pin it on me/nothing for the papers to splash across the front page. As someone has already aptly pointed out before, this from the man that writes books on the subject of courage.
Worse ! he behaves like a petulant schoolboy, no wonder the rest of Europe don't take him seriously, thank fcuk he didn't get in at the last Election that never was, Imagine another Four more years of him, this man is incompetent, simple as that, even Cameron is slightly better than him, I will say one thing Cameron certainly pulled the Rabbit out of the hat with THAT barnstorming speech which turned the Election round and caused Broon the Loon to cancel the Election that never was.

This will go back to parliament were it will be debated before being ratified, I think it will get a rough ride, Labour Backbenchers are kicking off about Northern Rock fiasco and Broon's refusal to support the Pension lifeboat fund, which compared to the money thrown at Northern Rock is a drop in the Ocean, 750million compared to 15Billion to Northern Rock. that Billion would be better spent on Better Pension provision before poor business practice, Broon can no longer command respect and control of his Backbenchers, they will go against him, they may even succeed in kicking out this European treaty for redrafting AND may even force a leadership contest.
 
#19
Brick said:
Short version: Brown's decided to sign us up to the new EU treaty/constitution. Before he'd be planning to use having to make an appearance before a select committee (a fortuitous bit of luck most people think he rigged to try and get out of going) as an excuse not to go and sending a junior minister instead, although he's now decided to go sign it in person so long as he gets to do the signing in private and doesn't have to have his picture taken during the official bit with the other heads of government. The thinking seeming to be if there's no photographic evidence then they can't pin it on me/nothing for the papers to splash across the front page. As someone has already aptly pointed out before, this from the man that writes books on the subject of courage.
According to the Guardian yesterday, the diary clash was deliberate:

Portuguese officials expressed dismay last week when Brown insisted he would attend his first session in front of the Commons liaison committee, when he would be questioned by select committee chairs. The session was agreed after the signing date became known.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/eu/story/0,,2225993,00.html#article_continue
The same article reports: "Downing Street sources insisted cameras would be present for the signing" i.e. when Brown sits in a room by himself and adds his signature late there'll be a camera.

I despair at Brown. It's like watching a slow car crash. He started off so well - father of the nation during the floods/foot & mouth etc., breath of fresh air after Blair, Scottish gravitas etc etc. But then sort of exploded over the fake election and now morphs into John Major before our eyes.

A possible explanation:

1. He's got no Alistair Campbell figure as Chief of Staff: a street-savvy amoral $hit at the centre of power, taking the flack, and with the balls to tell Brown to his face – swearing at him if necessary and physically shaking him - when he's about to mess up. Every PM needs one (MT had Ingham).

2. He's been bunkered in the Treasury for ten years, pulling the levers in the shadows. Now he's out in the limelight and can't cope.

3. His close advisers are crap: 'schoolboys' Ed Balls, the Milliband brothers. Again, he needs battle-hardened heavyweights in the inner circle.

If he doesn’t get his act together, he’s stuffed.
 

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#20
annakey said:
Brick said:
Short version: Brown's decided to sign us up to the new EU treaty/constitution. Before he'd be planning to use having to make an appearance before a select committee (a fortuitous bit of luck most people think he rigged to try and get out of going) as an excuse not to go and sending a junior minister instead, although he's now decided to go sign it in person so long as he gets to do the signing in private and doesn't have to have his picture taken during the official bit with the other heads of government. The thinking seeming to be if there's no photographic evidence then they can't pin it on me/nothing for the papers to splash across the front page. As someone has already aptly pointed out before, this from the man that writes books on the subject of courage.
According to the Guardian yesterday, the alleged diary clash was deliberate:

Portuguese officials expressed dismay last week when Brown insisted he would attend his first session in front of the Commons liaison committee, when he would be questioned by select committee chairs. The session was agreed after the signing date became known.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/eu/story/0,,2225993,00.html#article_continue
The same article reports: "Downing Street sources insisted cameras would be present for the signing" i.e. when Brown sits in a room by himself and adds his signature late there'll be a camera.

I despair at Brown. It's like watching a slow car crash. He started off so well - father of the nation during the floods/foot & mouth etc., breath of fresh air after Blair, Scottish gravitas etc etc. But then sort of exploded over the fake election and now morphs into John Major before our eyes.

A possible explanation:

1. He's got no Alistair Campbell figure as Chief of Staff: a street-savvy amoral $hit at the centre of power, taking the flack, and with the balls to tell Brown to his face – swearing at him if necessary and physically shaking him - when he's about to mess up. Every PM needs one (MT had Ingham).

2. He's been bunkered in the Treasury for ten years, pulling the levers in the shadows. Now he's out in the limelight and can't cope.

3. His close advisers are crap: 'schoolboys' Ed Balls, the Milliband brothers. Again, he needs battle-hardened heavyweights in the inner circle.

If he doesn’t get his act together, he’s stuffed.
Am I the only fecker that has been saying consistantly over the last ten years that Broon is a worse throbber than Bliar? Why did everyone have so much hope for this twot? The economic mismanagement of this country did not start when the cnut became PM - it started when he was hiding in the chancelor's office.
 

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