Turks and Caicos Islands

#1
'Clown' Brown or Mr Mandelson orders take over of a 'self-governing (not)' dependency annoying His Majesty Gordon the First.

Are there no steps this awful man, these awful men (sorry Harlot - no women) will not take to spread the poison of his/their warped views of 'right and wrong' and political opportunism?
 
#3
lsquared said:
'Clown' Brown or Mr Mandelson orders take over of a 'self-governing (not)' dependency annoying His Majesty Gordon the First.

Are there no steps this awful man, these awful men (sorry Harlot - no women) will not take to spread the poison of his/their warped views of 'right and wrong' and political opportunism?
In 'Clown' Brown's case: getting his own way.

In Mr. Mandelson's case a chance to spin against the wickedness of capitalism.

For both of these demons the opportunity to cast a 'smoke-screen' over their lies and deceptions was clearly not to be missed.

Imagine if you will:

France gets 'cross' with the Channel Islands and invades; or,

Argentina dislikes the 'Bennies' and invades - you know where;

the Canadians get fed up with St Pierre and Miquelon.

Let us not start on the opportunities in the Indian Ocean, the South China Sea, Celebes Sea, Banda Sea, Coral Sea, Pacific Ocean.

EUREKA


It is all a 'good idea' to show what a switched on 'toughie' 'Stalin' Brown is! - and deflect our image of the man as a politically failed, intellectually bankrupt 'oik' hopelessly out of his depth.
 
#7
Lived there too Schleswig - top spot!

About to be wrecked by 'Brain-Dead - but I got a Nice Wife' Brown.

Sorry 'whet/sven' - do not respond to an oxygen thief.
 
#8
lsquared said:
Lived there too Schleswig - top spot!

About to be wrecked by 'Brain-Dead - but I got a Nice Wife' Brown.

Sorry 'whet/sven' - do not respond to an oxygen thief.
I worked on GT, sampling fish and birds out on the various cays.... t'was a great time, drinking rum all night and diving/sampling all day (along with some mild poking of the researchers I was there to 'support').

Not so keen on South Caicos - a proper rum spot that one! The place was fuelled by coke, and I don't mean the fizzy liquid :wink:
 
#11
lsquared said:
Lived there too Schleswig - top spot!

About to be wrecked by 'Brain-Dead - but I got a Nice Wife' Brown.

Sorry 'whet/sven' - do not respond to an oxygen thief.

Gosh, who is it that has the tag again?
 
#12
lsquared said:
lsquared said:
'Clown' Brown or Mr Mandelson orders take over of a 'self-governing (not)' dependency annoying His Majesty Gordon the First.

Are there no steps this awful man, these awful men (sorry Harlot - no women) will not take to spread the poison of his/their warped views of 'right and wrong' and political opportunism?
In 'Clown' Brown's case: getting his own way.

In Mr. Mandelson's case a chance to spin against the wickedness of capitalism.

For both of these demons the opportunity to cast a 'smoke-screen' over their lies and deceptions was clearly not to be missed.

Imagine if you will:

France gets 'cross' with the Channel Islands and invades; or,

Argentina dislikes the 'Bennies' and invades - you know where;

the Canadians get fed up with St Pierre and Miquelon.

Let us not start on the opportunities in the Indian Ocean, the South China Sea, Celebes Sea, Banda Sea, Coral Sea, Pacific Ocean.

EUREKA


It is all a 'good idea' to show what a switched on 'toughie' 'Stalin' Brown is! - and deflect our image of the man as a politically failed, intellectually bankrupt 'oik' hopelessly out of his depth.
What are you going on about? Nowhere has been invaded. Nowhere has been annexed. Your comparisons with the Channel Islands and the Falklands are irrelevant. We've suspended the local government of a tiny overseas territory which belongs to us anyway until they're able to sort themselves out. Hardly ranks as a grand political conspiracy, does it?

Won't make a joke about the Outrage Bus...

Won't make a joke about the Outrage Bus...
 
#13
lsquared said:
'Clown' Brown or Mr Mandelson orders take over of a 'self-governing (not)' dependency annoying His Majesty Gordon the First.

Are there no steps this awful man, these awful men (sorry Harlot - no women) will not take to spread the poison of his/their warped views of 'right and wrong' and political opportunism?
Please explain how leaders selling state property to line their own pockets could, even on your planet, be viewed as anything but wrong?
 
#14
Hmm time to resurrect the old movement the islanders set up in the 1970’s

Back then they didn’t like being ruled by Britain or as alternative Jamaica or probably anyone else and didn’t seem too interested to do it themselves. Having been there I can see why, much rather laze about enjoying the beaches, and great rum that be arsed to politic the day away.

There was some popular movement to actually join or become a territory of Canada. Our beloved despotic dear leader at the time Trudeau wouldn’t entertain the idea and it dies off. Then of course the tourist and off shore banking industries didn’t exist as a source of revenue.

I wonder if they’re still interested in becoming the 11th Province again. They do have an igloo on their coat of arms and flag.
 
#15
To: 'overpromoted' and 'parapuke' - mainly because I do not believe, or believe in, a single word or action that this disgraced and dishonest either says or does.

Answer your expected queries?
 
#16
parapauk said:
lsquared said:
'Clown' Brown or Mr Mandelson orders take over of a 'self-governing (not)' dependency annoying His Majesty Gordon the First.

Are there no steps this awful man, these awful men (sorry Harlot - no women) will not take to spread the poison of his/their warped views of 'right and wrong' and political opportunism?
Please explain how leaders selling state property to line their own pockets could, even on your planet, be viewed as anything but wrong?
He's a capitalist - obviously doesn't think anything is wrong with it.
 
#17
lsquared said:
To: 'overpromoted' and 'parapuke' - mainly because I do not believe, or believe in, a single word or action that this disgraced and dishonest either says or does.

Answer your expected queries?
If I ask someone in the government to say that paint isn't safe to drink, will you do the decent thing?
 
#18
lsquared said:
To: 'overpromoted' and 'parapuke' - mainly because I do not believe, or believe in, a single word or action that this disgraced and dishonest either says or does.

Answer your expected queries?
Even though it's more likely that the Foreign Office guys took the decision and got the government to rubber stamp it? In any case, going by the BBC article it seems that they've been thinking about this for months.

I don't like this current government at all and I don't have much trust in them; but I'm not looking to find fault in absolutely everything they do or say.
 
#19
I would note that there is an undercurrent in the UK Parliament [under the present 'Governement'] to interfere with the established status of various Crown Dependencies.

The Channel Islands have had a reciprocal Health Agreement pulled, "They" are nagging about the usual Media cr@p about 'tax havens' [which this isn't, having signed up fully to all the information-sharing agreements] - and so it goes on.

Sadly, Whitehall/Westminster can't seem to cope with anything that's outside DIRECT CONTROL :roll:

There is a growing body of opinion that the Channel Islands, after some 8 Centuries, might invite the UK to fork off completely. I'm reserving my opinion on that, but it is an indicator of how the UK is diverting time and effort to kick the 'small people' ... instead of sorting out the UK's own self-evident problems.
 
#20
overpromoted said:
lsquared said:
To: 'overpromoted' and 'parapuke' - mainly because I do not believe, or believe in, a single word or action that this disgraced and dishonest either says or does.

Answer your expected queries?
Even though it's more likely that the Foreign Office guys took the decision and got the government to rubber stamp it? In any case, going by the BBC article it seems that they've been thinking about this for months.

I don't like this current government at all and I don't have much trust in them; but I'm not looking to find fault in absolutely everything they do or say.


I am!

PS: I don't have to look very far either!
 

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