Gordon Brown is an arsehole

… who should be detained for 42 days without trial. I agree with Sunny on this:

I can’t even be arsed to justify why 42 days is a bad idea. If you don’t think it is, then you’re just stupid. Like, I can’t even be arsed to come up with a suitable insult, that’s how depressed and annoyed I am with this Labour government. They don’t deserve to win in two years time.

When Labour won the election in 1997, I thought, “they may not be perfect, but at least they won’t be as bad as the Tories”. And I was right, they weren’t as bad as the Tories.

They were worse.

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9 Responses to Gordon Brown is an arsehole

  1. Jennie says:

    They weren’t in the beginning. They enacted the human rights act, and brought in the minimum wage, and various other bits.

    It all went wrong in the second term.

  2. Bob Piper says:

    Don’t support Labour, by all means, if that’s the way you feel. But talk of ‘being worse than the Tories is complete crap and can only have been written by someone too young to have lived through the Thatcher years. Years in which we didn’t have creeping privatisation and PFI but naked class warfare against the trade unions. Years in which gays and lesbians were denied basic human rights. Years in which hospitals and schools spent more time talking about leaking roofs than health or education provision. Years in which Irish hunger strikers were allowed to die and the political response was further repression of the nationalist population. Years in which poverty wages were seen as the aim in Thatcher’s determination to turn us into the Philippines of Europe. I don’t know where you live, but for those existing on the margin in the area I live, the cavalier attitude of, oh, Labour are worse than the Tories is reserved for those who are comfortably off.

    These are the ‘other bits’ that Jennie talks about.

    In 1979 some imbecilic leftist posers said exactly what you are saying, and a fine fucking strategy that turned out to be.

  3. cabalamat says:

    Bob Piper: But talk of ‘being worse than the Tories is complete crap and can only have been written by someone too young to have lived through the Thatcher years.

    Not true — I was old enough to vote in the 1983 general election.

    Years in which we didn’t have creeping privatisation and PFI but naked class warfare against the trade unions.

    Labour still does PFI deals, and many still seem to be bad value for money and motivated by a desire to cook the Treasury’s books (because future obligations to pay money to PFI contractors don’t appear on the national debt).

    Years in which gays and lesbians were denied basic human rights.

    Good point — I agree that’s one way Labour are better than Thatcher was.

    Years in which hospitals and schools spent more time talking about leaking roofs than health or education provision.

    More money is being spent on schools and hospitals these days, but is the quality of service better for it? Today’s kids don’t seem better educated, exams are dumbed down, the expansion of the universities has produced a higher number of lower-quality graduates, and my experience of the NHS is that it is no better today than in the 1980s.

    Years in which Irish hunger strikers were allowed to die and the political response was further repression of the nationalist population.

    If someone wants to starve themselves to death, why should they be allowed to? And why should IRA prisoners have more rights than other criminals? I disagree that the nationalist population was particularly repressed by the UK government — although it had been by the NI loyalists before the UK introduced direct rule. The nub of the issue was that 40% of NI didn’t want to be in Britain but 60% did, and I don’t see how you could give the nationalists what they wanted without it being undemocratic.

    Years in which poverty wages were seen as the aim in Thatcher’s determination to turn us into the Philippines of Europe. I don’t know where you live, but for those existing on the margin in the area I live, the cavalier attitude of, oh, Labour are worse than the Tories is reserved for those who are comfortably off.

    Well, Labour have introduced the minimum wage. Which I suppose is a good thing although it probably hasn’t done much to reduce inequality. On tyhe subject of inequality, you are aware that income inequality has increased under Labour?

  4. alan says:

    shit

  5. alan says:

    shengi

  6. alan says:

    fuck off hows about that for moderation browns a rat

    • alan king says:

      couldnt agree more brown is a lazzy eyed prick also we got a queen why doesnt she run the fucken country? itd save the tax payer a bomb we could get rid off labour torry and all the other over payed wanks
      another thing now am started how about putting all these junkie scum on a desert fucken island and giving them the smack that the police take from busts for free on the condition they dont come back lets face it whod miss the cunts and it save the tax payer forking out to get rid of the shite and these single mothers who cant be arsed getting a job they just go out and get shagged when the benifits are due to to get cut or axed sterilies the wee tarts at birth and when they got a job and been working for 5 years and are married and pass a iq test they get un steriliesed and are allowed to have waynes thatd save the world getting topped up with little fucken oxygen theiths every time some wee skank wants her hole how about that?
      if any 1 doesnt agree a couldnt give a fuck thats the way its got to be fuck every cunt that has it in for the hard working and honest!!
      much love

  7. Zoompad says:

    I remember the Thatcher years, boy o boy, will I ever forget them!

    Gordon Brown has openly boasted about his “New World Order”. Our church was talking about the New World Order 25 years ago, and warning how things would be.

    I hope and pray that the people of this country keep from revolution, because if that ever happens there will be martial law, and one hell of a bloodbath.

    I am not even sure if Gordon Brown really understands the implications of this New World Order, he seems to look at everything with a rose tinted monocle. He seems to think that Common Purpose is some kind of benign friendly society, he has never been on the recieving end of the masonic thuggery that some of us have experienced. Yes, even women and children too, because as far as the masons are concerned, if you are not in their exclusive club then you don’t even count as being a human being!

    The best thing people can do for this country is to pray to God to help us all, we are in a terrible mess.

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