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Is Gordon Brown a c-word? Absolutely, Mr. Clarkson!

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Perhaps this post will be deleted by the mods. If it is, never mind. I have no ego riding here, but I do have a lot of rage.



Clarkson crashes into trouble with C-word attack on PM | Media | The Guardian

Well, somebody had to say it on a tv recording sometime! And because he's a politically-correct so and so, he can hardly complain about swearing on television!


Such a strong man, such a forceful personality. Such a bully. Such a c * *t!

[ame=http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&client=opera&hs=hTb&rls=en&q=gordon+brown+bully&btnG=Search&meta=cr%3DcountryUK%7CcountryGB&aq=f&oq=]gordon brown bully - Google Search[/ame]

There are plenty of other results when you Google 'Gordon Brown C...', well you know the word.


But I suppose you can hardly blame the man from clinging on to the top job when he's harboured it all these years. And if the nation splinters under the pressure of the sod, then it can only prove that Britain has been unworthy to bear his huge Left Wing backside bearing down on it.


Well, no, I can blame him. Amongst the thick dossier of just some of the recent examples here (Lunatics of the New Labour State post), comes even more news of the total and irrational contempt for we and ours, proving his c * *y colleagues are just as willing to follow his example.




[ame=http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&client=opera&hs=V0L&rls=en&q=new+labour+say+we+are+racists+opposition&btnG=Search&meta=&aq=f&oq=]new labour say we are racists opposition - Google Search[/ame]

[ame=http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&client=opera&rls=en&q=new+labour+political+correctness&btnG=Search&meta=cr%3DcountryUK%7CcountryGB&aq=f&oq=]new labour political correctness - Google Search[/ame]





Fatcats bailed out by the taxpayer give themselves bonuses which make even MPs look paragons of modesty:

http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=go...=Search&hl=en&client=opera&hs=x6h&rls=en&sa=2




'Stalin' McBottler's regime has seen a rapid rise of sour jobsworths far too eager to punish and proctor. All in a day's work for ZanuLab!

[ame="http://www.google.co.uk/search?client=opera&rls=en&q=council+jobsworths&sourceid=opera&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8"]council jobsworths - Google Search[/ame]





Labour no longer robs people blind from the cradle to the grave.... it ramps up your council tax AFTER death too:


[ame="http://www.google.co.uk/search?client=opera&rls=en&q=now+dead+must+pay+council+tax&sourceid=opera&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8"]now dead must pay council tax - Google Search[/ame]




Irrefutable Socialist s* tstack:

http://www.debatepolitics.com/europe/65404-lunatics-new-labour-state.html





Failures, frauds and mountebanks:

Brown the 'shambles' is forced to share a stage with his critics | Mail Online





Jack Straw, at long last, cancels the lout-friendly mandatory early release scheme for criminals, just in time to buy some cheap support for the election:

BBC News - Tories welcome end to "reckless" early release scheme


It's not just the conventional criminals who belong in jail for the damage they've done to the nation!
 
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The C* t's shiny new Equality department, as well as wanting scout groups to take girls, would also like schoolgirls to be banned from wearing skirts - in case ladyboys get offended:

Express.co.uk - Home of the Daily and Sunday Express | Express Comment :: Labour`s equality quango is now a laughing stock


Lefties on blogs often whine that there's this great hate felt towards Labour in particular. But is that any wonder? Of course the Reds like to claim that everybody other than they have the wrong end of the stick, but that's easy to say when you're blind to the dogma which enrages the 'normals' ever so much.
 
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Boy, you are full of rage and s...:2wave:

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The government inspires me sir! It fills me full of.. to dispense!


There's no shame in wanting that man to be wrecked by the pressures of his own job, plus the pressures of trying to wreck a nation and people he pretends to be on the side of.
 
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The C* t's shiny new Equality department, as well as wanting scout groups to take girls, would also like schoolgirls to be banned from wearing skirts - in case ladyboys get offended:

Express.co.uk - Home of the Daily and Sunday Express | Express Comment :: Labour`s equality quango is now a laughing stock
It's quite telling that your two main article sources are the Mail, which practically invented the 'Broken Britain' slogan, and the Express, which is little better. Just to highlight this (and because it particularly irked me); a quote from the Express article quoted above:

"In a document entitled "Provision of Goods, Facilities and Services to Trans People: guidance for public authorities in meeting your equality duties and human rights obligations" it warns schools that they could be breaking the law if they insist on having skirts as part of their uniform. The reason?

"Pupils born female with gender dysphoria experience great discomfort by being forced to wear stereotypical girls' clothes - for example a skirt."

In other words, children should all go around in dungarees for fear of upsetting a tiny number of transsexuals.


The 'in other words' from the article - and your 'schoolgirls to be banned from wearing skirts' translation of it - is an outright lie. The excerpt in the article (and the report it is talking about, see page 47) is opposed to girls being forced to wear skirts as part of their uniform - the report doesn't want to ban skirts, it wants to ban schools prohibiting female pupils from wearing trousers. To suggest otherwise is verging on the libellous.

I find it a little ironic that neither of the two biggest things Brown will be criticised over are really linked to him. MPs expenses have been going on for long before New Labour, and the banking crisis --> recession --> job losses have happened worldwide, regardless of who has been in charge of any particular government.
 

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The document doesn't exactly state the child was a hermaphrodite. I suspect this case was one I dimly remember about a child wishing it was the other gender refusing to wear the right uniform. Another PC case I remember was of a judge sending a man to a womens' prison because he was 'a man trapped in a woman's body'. (Even now I'm still undecided whether this was a sop to PC madness or a bold move to give the criminal the poetic justice he richly deserved. Judges being the milksop lackeys they are now, I'd guess the former.)

Transsexual rape bid convict sent to women's prison - mirror.co.uk - Things have gotten so out of hand that even Labour people sometimes try to cap the madness! But they started it.

(Another one from the archive: Transsexual man jailed in women's prison (BBC) | Press For Change )



It's all well and good helping actual hermaphrodites 're-assign' their gender to whichever they ought to be, it's the relentless PC drive to micro-meddle which gets my goat - especially when Labour itself has been forced to confess a scourge of child poverty on its watch. Somebody should get the priorities sorted.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/labours-record-on-poverty-in-tatters-1681047.html




The one-eyed retard (Littlejohn) is no innocent caught up in a vortex he had no hand in creating. Brown also promised to sort out the expenses fiasco despite being embroiled in it himself, plus the recession wasn't 'insured' against by good investment during the boom years. Indeed, Brown taxed and spent like nobody's business and helped export jobs, vatloads of gold bullion and state assets overseas.

[ame=http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&client=opera&hs=A1P&rls=en&q=gordon+brown+expenses+&btnG=Search&meta=cr%3DcountryUK%7CcountryGB&aq=f&oq=]gordon brown expenses - Google Search[/ame]

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The man is a c...
 
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People with Gender dysphoria =/= [ame=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hermaphrodite]hermaphrodites[/ame]. Read the links.

Brown also promised to sort out the expenses fiasco despite being embroiled in it himself, plus the recession wasn't 'insured' against by good investment during the boom years. Indeed, Brown taxed and spent like nobody's business and helped export jobs, vatloads of gold bullion and state assets overseas.
4 people are currently undergoing criminal investigations. The recession hit worldwide, and equally as hard in Conservative America (if not harder) - do you really believe that somone else as PM could have prevented it in the UK?
 

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I'm not saying prevent, I'm saying save for a rainy day and retain what's left of our economic self-sufficiency. (Though I'm not necessarily blaming any PM for lacking the backbone to buck the banksters in a big way. Indeed, one slip by an amateur would lead to recession anyway.)

That £12 billion white elephant database system in the NHS getting scrapped, despite only just coming online because it's crap, would have seen us through quite a bit of rain for example.

Good management drains through NuLab like water through a seive.


[ame=http://www.google.co.uk/search?client=opera&rls=en&q=nhs+12+billion+database&sourceid=opera&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8]nhs 12 billion database - Google Search[/ame]
 
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LEFT-WING S *T CASEBOOK:


[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lAZKzyTzoY"]YouTube- NEW LABOUR equals TREACHERY: Education[/ame]



Marxists and hippies have ruined what was once one of the finest centres of academic excellence in the world. Since the 1980s', schoolroom lessons have been politicised to such an extent that issues like African poverty, slavery and nuclear disarmament have even pervaded maths and geography lessons.

And even more shockingly, on the few occasions when Tony Blair actually tried to raise educational standards in earnest, his cretinous Red backbenchers rebelled against him and brought him to a standstill. And these Trotskyite d*ckheads represented some of the constituencies with the worst schools in the UK.

Political Correctness has ensured that dogma and indoctrination has replaced neutral and in-depth tutorage. This is not to mention replacing good and solid teaching methods with things like 'phonetics'.

But despite the inevitable academic catastrophe, Left Wing-NUTs carry on arrogantly believing that the failures are only through they not having their blinkered way ENOUGH!
 
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Now Labour have trouble keeping criminals IN jail:

Express.co.uk - Home of the Daily and Sunday Express | UK News :: Labour 'chaos' keeps foreigners in jail



But never mind. With the public criminalised as well, you may as well turn the whole nation into one big open prison:

Express.co.uk - Home of the Daily and Sunday Express | UK News :: Zero bin waste or get a fine

[ame=http://www.google.co.uk/search?client=opera&rls=en&q=rubbish+stasi+fines&sourceid=opera&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8]rubbish stasi fines - Google Search[/ame]


How can those Left Wing a* *holes promise to get Tough On Crime when they soften punishments for real criminals, then batter normal people for synthetic atrocities?
 

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English pride is RACIST:

[ame=http://www.google.co.uk/search?client=opera&rls=en&q=arsenal+englandflag+racist&sourceid=opera&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8]arsenal englandflag racist - Google Search[/ame]



Only under British-hating Labour. A typical anti-patriot is that bloke from the UAF. At one point in his whinge he describes how the sight of our national flag flying in London sickens him:

[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yrn93zOW2cs"]YouTube- Martin Smith of the UAF hates the Union Jack[/ame]



It's funny how people like that complain about alleged British military oppressions represented by the Union Flag, yet not raise a single complaint about Palestinian flags being banded about at seething riots outside Israeli embassies. Nor do they over-complain about the 'misunderstood' IRA. No smelling salts under the noses of Leftist turdpipes then, as Livingstone can confirm!
 
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You could at least try to be topical with your rants. The Clarkson thing happened 7 months ago! I guess you raise it now just so you can call people names but pretend it's someone else's opinion.
 

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I only learned about the Clarkson affair a few days ago, though the dossier also contains much newer evidence.

And reading the words of Leftists makes me smile. Before 1997 I know full well that they had no objection to swearing like dockers about the PM then.

I'm also cheered to read the Left wing blogs in which they whine that Labour will be vapourised at the election, plus they say that there is no sizeable, homogenous organised radical Left Wing bloc to throw its weight around on the political stage. This 'loss' despite political correctness now being a standard fixture of the political and administrative culture, plus the fact that the whole political spectrum inches slowly Leftwards all the time.
 
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English pride is RACIST:

arsenal englandflag racist - Google Search



Only under British-hating Labour. A typical anti-patriot is that bloke from the UAF. At one point in his whinge he describes how the sight of our national flag flying in London sickens him:

YouTube- Martin Smith of the UAF hates the Union Jack



It's funny how people like that complain about alleged British military oppressions represented by the Union Flag, yet not raise a single complaint about Palestinian flags being banded about at seething riots outside Israeli embassies. Nor do they over-complain about the 'misunderstood' IRA. No smelling salts under the noses of Leftist turdpipes then, as Livingstone can confirm!

Problem with your "argument", although that's stretching the definition to breaking point, is that one of UAF's supporters is... Tory leader, David Cameron. Hardly classes as New Labour, does he?
 

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I guess you raise it now just so you can call people names but pretend it's someone else's opinion.
Actually, I'd guess it's because we're coming up to a GE here in the UK, so everyone with the appropriate frame of mind is gearing up their partisan talking points.

Personally, I'm of the opinion that a hung parliment is on the way. I'd quite like that, tbh.
 

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It's not just on the run-up to the election - I've been a pitbull-off-the-leash when attacking the Left for years. They're big, bad, bullyish and full of cobblers enough to take my comparitively harmless little assaults like a Person.

I've never really seen Cameron as a proper, principled Tory anyway. His stances seem to waft with the wind. First he was with the grammar schools, then he wasn't, now he is again. First he backed Section 28, then he apologised for his stance before, apparently, backing vital elements of the policy again. He's all over the place all the time and that's a pity because I'd like to trust him.

He also seems to be the kind of person who always seems to think the Westminster Bubble is as valid a culture as that shared by ordinary people across the land. So I see no surprise in Cameron backing a collection of left wing rabble rousing, often communist thugs. His only fig leaf of justification is that it's a movement set against the forces of fascism, but even then a great many of the people behind it hate and slander the Tories almost as much as the BNP. Some of the people behind it, Searchlight, had to be sued for making up stories about Margaret Thatcher's government for Panorama.

And I'm not so sure a hung parliament will guarantee some kind of effective, in-touch government. I think there'll be a greater retreat to a comforting, familiar mindset which is already shared to an incestuous degree by the main parties.

But I reckon that the kind of by-now standard vitriol felt towards the mainstream will keep them set on their toes, keep their hair white, keep them stressed and keep them as much to heel as possible after the hopeless Labour junta has been vanquished. The Tories face an unenviable position of being mistrusted and expected to betray before they've even won power, so they'd best pull out all the stops just to get the tension down.
 
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Actually, I'd guess it's because we're coming up to a GE here in the UK, so everyone with the appropriate frame of mind is gearing up their partisan talking points.

Personally, I'm of the opinion that a hung parliment is on the way. I'd quite like that, tbh.

Best possible outcome, I'd say. The next government is going to have a LOT of hard choices to make. If there is a coalition government then at least those decisions will have to be reached through compromise and concensus.

You could almost guarantee the Tories would make cuts to services before they tackled anything that would impact on their big business supporters. They would focus on welfare cheats before corporate fraud although the latter costs the taxpayer about seven times as much from lost revenue.

Still, Labour don't exactly have a great record on tackling corporate tax traitors.

No, a hung parliament would be best. It's just a shame a hung parliament couldn't be taken literally.
 

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If there is a coalition government then at least those decisions will have to be reached through compromise and concensus.


No, a hung parliament would be best. It's just a shame a hung parliament couldn't be taken literally.

And what would be the nature of the consensus? And what would the criteria be for effective compromise? I fear more of the same kind of bungling and incompetence we've become sadly used to over the years, with politicians less willing to shoulder responsibility for shambles.

I've never found the idea of coalitions attractive. Too many principles get discarded, too much sharp policy direction gets blunted just to please people who would never like it anyway, as well as the process of effective government can be slowed to a crawl. And that's worse in a crisis.

At least under New Labour, hateful as I find them, they have been able to just boil up some crap and then foist it without having to ask everyone else for permission (other than the EU). You know where you stand and can judge them appropriately.

I agree on your last point, though when I made a similar remark I was questioned about my thoughts on the BNP.
 
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...No reply I notice.

And for some lighter relief, here's a docu-drama on life in a Labour constituency office...



[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zkbHGYiw8G0"]YouTube- UNITE AGAINST [PUBLIC] FASCISM! (The BNP is only the tip of the white racist iceberg!)[/ame]


'Positive' discrimination and obnoxious Left Wing dogma music are just two of the reasons how the modern Left have poisoned the wells of British culture. And knowing Johnathan Leftwinger MP, such 'values' form an integral part of his rule.

No wonder vicious musicians, rioters and popular mainstream figures can get away with launching witch-hunts purely on the basis of race when such is institutionalised by politicians, and even the police.

Below is just some of the damning catalogue of shame.



LABOUR'S POLITICALLY-CORRECT NATION-WRECKING OUTRAGE AND SCANDAL:
http://www.debatepolitics.com/europe/65404-lunatics-new-labour-state.html

WHITES BASHED FREQUENTLY BUT MINORITIES OFTEN BEHAVE WORSE:
http://www.debatepolitics.com/europe/66924-labours-rainbow-minority-darlings-fall-out.html

NEW LABOUR'S VARIOUS FAILINGS AND TREASON:
http://www.debatepolitics.com/europe/66826-gordon-brown-c-word-absolutely-mr-clarkson.html

THE 'NECESSITY' OF A BLACK PRIME MINISTER DEBATED PSEUDO-'SAGELY' BY REDS:
http://www.debatepolitics.com/europe/66401-uk-ever-have-black-prime-minister-4.html#post1058575021
 
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And what would be the nature of the consensus? And what would the criteria be for effective compromise? I fear more of the same kind of bungling and incompetence we've become sadly used to over the years, with politicians less willing to shoulder responsibility for shambles.
The advantage of a hung parliament is that it reduces partisanship as an effective weapon. Too many times, the Tories have opposed a policy based largely on the fact that it came from a Labour mouth, or vice versa - a hung parliament gives a lot more power to the (hopefully non-partisan) people from neither party.
 
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