Time to Sack Ainsworth......

#1
These two articles in today's Times are disconcerting; it would seem that the military's political masters have (once again) either failed to grasp the nature of today's conflict or have failed to negotiate the MoD's budget effectively.

Ainsworth fails again

and again........

The sooner this government goes, the safer our soldiers will be.
 
#2
tattybadger said:
These two articles in today's Times are disconcerting; it would seem that the military's political masters have (once again) either failed to grasp the nature of today's conflict or have failed to negotiate the MoD's budget effectively.

Ainsworth fails again

and again........

The sooner this government goes, the safer our soldiers will be.
I'll second that. He is utterly useless.

Although he is good at claiming expenses: 2nd highest claimant, I think.
 
#3
They should all be jailed for corporate manslaughter, in between their jail sentences for corruption of course. Now if a few suicide bombers were to kill our entire government, the only tears I would shed would be ones of joy.
 
#4
Tosser Ainsworth has also said today "Achieving success in the struggle against the Taliban will require "courage and patience", Defence Secretary Bob Ainsworth has warned "

Courage, one thing that Ainsworth lacks much like all the other Labour warmongers, keen to send HM Forces into a fight but not keen to support them or share the dangers.

I hate them.

Edited to add link: http://uk.news.yahoo.com/21/20090708/tuk-fight-with-taliban-needs-courage-6323e80.html
 
#7
That clown was promoted beyond his ceiling even as Minister AF. But in a Government of mediocrities, what can you seriously expect?
There's a distinct possibility here that we could end up with a Defence Secretary even worse than Swiss Des........the thought makes me go cold.
 
#8
It is the bastard that appointed the useless twerp Ainsworth that needs sacking first!

How can 'Clown' Brown live with himself as soldiers die with such regularity?

The vomit inducing oaf should be impeached for his bigoted, blinkered, wholly irresponsible resfusal to fund this operation in Afghanistan - never mind his blocking of any funding for Bliar's misjudged and tragic misadventure into Iraq.

It must be verging on treason to deny Her Majesty's Forces the equipment required to operate as efficiently and safely as possible.

As for '...being patient...' how can an overweight, goggle-eyed, third-rate, expense hoovering, non-entity such as Ainsworth make such a statement. There will be Warrant Officers and majors who would be immeasurably more effective that Ainsworth as Secretary of State for Defence.

Additionally, why is this two-legged 'turdis' ranked 21st out of 23 members of the so-called Cabinet?
 
#9
Brush_Dust_Shake said:
That clown was promoted beyond his ceiling even as Minister AF. But in a Government of mediocrities, what can you seriously expect?
There's a distinct possibility here that we could end up with a Defence Secretary even worse than Swiss Des........the thought makes me go cold.
Do you mean that Bubbles is looking for a new job?
 
#10
Tosser Ainsworth has also said today "Achieving success in the struggle against the Taliban will require "courage and patience", Defence Secretary Bob Ainsworth has warned "


To Courage and Patience we could always add Perseverance . .

LONDON (Reuters) - Defence Secretary John Hutton confirmed he was standing down on Friday and said he would not contest the next election ...

"I'm standing down from the cabinet today because I'm leaving frontline politics," Hutton told the BBC in an interview and reiterated in a statement.

Hutton, who was appointed defence secretary last October, is regarded as an ally of former prime minister Tony Blair.

http://uk.reuters.com/article/idUKTRE55428P20090605
 
#11
I personally believe that all Defence Secs. should have at least served some time in the Forces but that's not going to happen any time soon with this lot I think!
 
#13
To be fair, after buying a load of shite fighters* for the RAF and 2 Carriers that are already a billion over budget...................... :pissedoff:


Edit-* No not the RAF Regiment, that typhoon thing! :D
 
#14
Fair doesn't come into it when British solders lives are put at risk by the ineptitude of this government and the incompetent buffoons at the helm (allegedly) of the MoD.

Fairness, in this instance, is about resourcing military ventures effectively.

These clowns have failed soldiers in every aspect, from conception, identifying objectives, planning, estimation, resourcing, legallly, morally and in every other way that they possibly could.
 
#15
Travis said:
Tosser Ainsworth has also said today "Achieving success in the struggle against the Taliban will require "courage and patience", Defence Secretary Bob Ainsworth has warned "


To Courage and Patience we could always add Perseverance . .

LONDON (Reuters) - Defence Secretary John Hutton confirmed he was standing down on Friday and said he would not contest the next election ...

"I'm standing down from the cabinet today because I'm leaving frontline politics," Hutton told the BBC in an interview and reiterated in a statement.

Hutton, who was appointed defence secretary last October, is regarded as an ally of former prime minister Tony Blair.

http://uk.reuters.com/article/idUKTRE55428P20090605
In his position I'd have done the same. What did you actually expect him to do when he realised he wasn't going to get what he needed , no matter how passionate , diligent and hard-working he was about it?
 
#16
PartTimePongo said:
Travis said:
Tosser Ainsworth has also said today "Achieving success in the struggle against the Taliban will require "courage and patience", Defence Secretary Bob Ainsworth has warned "


To Courage and Patience we could always add Perseverance . .

LONDON (Reuters) - Defence Secretary John Hutton confirmed he was standing down on Friday and said he would not contest the next election ...

"I'm standing down from the cabinet today because I'm leaving frontline politics," Hutton told the BBC in an interview and reiterated in a statement.

Hutton, who was appointed defence secretary last October, is regarded as an ally of former prime minister Tony Blair.

http://uk.reuters.com/article/idUKTRE55428P20090605
In his position I'd have done the same. What did you actually expect him to do when he realised he wasn't going to get what he needed , no matter how passionate , diligent and hard-working he was about it?
I would expect him to resign on a matter of principle. Actually no I wouldn't but you know what I mean! At least he would have gone with a little bit of honour and history would have treated him better than I suspect it will.

The useless commie fecker :evil:
 
#17
For what it is worth, surely any man/woman/harperson that demands another to do a task, of which they would not be prepared to do themselves and furthermore, that they refuse to sanction the correct means by which to achieve that task and know full well this could give rise to the ultimate sacrifice is nothing more than a coward?
Perhaps a page of A4 with Afghanistan written upon it and folded to enclose a single white feather, addressed in an envelope to each and every member of this weak and feeble Government, may, just may, give compunction to their spineless, gutless existince in regard to those that they ask?
 
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#18
Bloody right!! I hate that ready steady cook shiite!! Apples or tomatoes at the end?!?! Who cares? Cnut! :)
 
#19
Ainsworth needs to have the balls to give a simple, honest answer to every soldier and their family about why the government refuses to supply the very best of equipment, regardless of cost, to them. In the big scale of governmental expenditure, any eqpt procured to fight the Taliban would cost peanuts - even if it's the most expensive vehicles to protect tps, or SH to outmanouevre the en. If one considers the amount wasted on the NHS, or social 'investment', or employing 'managers' in petty bureaucratic non-jobs, the cost of winning this war with minimum casulaties is insignificant.

But he won't - because he is an inept, deluded fool.
 
#20
Ainsworth is another Defence Secretary whose capabilities fail to meet the requirements of the task he is trying to do.

Oh wait a minute he is in the Cabinet of all the Talents, selected by another man whose capabilities fail to meet the requirements of his position, El Gordo.

Labour are so devoid of talent they have scraped through the bottom of the barrel and are using the amoebic lifeforms that exist in the dark damp patches below the barrel as ministerial candidates. Ainsworth is a good example of a single celled organism.
 

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