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"...The lone and level sands stretch far away".

From our beloved PM: ""When you ask the question 'Will our changes stand the test of time?', the answer is they will."

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Anonymous Tom Paine said... 2:45 pm

You pay your readers a compliment, C. Not even a link. Mind, one doesn't have to be mighty to look on this man's works and despair.  



Blogger Croydonian said... 2:50 pm

I am blessed with such cultured and erudite regulars that I would not wish to insult them by spelling it out....  



Anonymous verity said... 3:00 pm

Incorrect, Tone! Everyone hates you and they will busy trying to rebuild their country the minute you and Fatso have slithered out of the national consciousness.

"He told BBC One's Politics Show that reducing NHS waiting times, building more schools and tackling anti-social behaviour were among his achievements."

He is insane in the way that Hitler was insane. Totally delusional and messianic. I'm sure there's a name for this pathology.  



Anonymous verity said... 3:01 pm

Does this man sincerely not understand that he has caused the current desperate malaise in Britain? Is he really that mad?  



Blogger Croydonian said... 3:05 pm

Who, one might note, made a similar point in rather more elegant prose:

"For it is not you, gentlemen, who pass judgement on us. That judgement is spoken by the eternal court of history...Pronounce us guilty a thousand times over: the goddess of the eternal court of history will smile and tear to pieces the State Prosecutor's submissions and the court's verdict; for she acquits us." Source  



Blogger dearieme said... 3:39 pm

From Ozymandias to
BrittyMendacious.  



Blogger The Hitch said... 4:15 pm

I agree with the beloved leader , his changes will be with us for generations , he and brown have totally fucked us.  



Blogger Croydonian said... 4:17 pm

Given that the Long March through the Institutions has reached the forces, I fear you might be right.  



Anonymous verity said... 5:37 pm

You let it happen.  



Blogger CityUnslicker said... 8:41 pm

Too right his legacy is entrenched' pensions ruined, the union broken and the economy mortgaged!

Oh lucky us. Cameron was patchy this monring in interview by Marr. At least he said he was against more government.  



Anonymous Tom Paine said... 8:47 pm

I thought Cameron was OK this morning with Marr. He did put at least some nominal distance between himself and the Blessed Tone.

If I can't live as a free man again at least I can hope to live under a party that pretends it thinks I should.  



Anonymous nick drew said... 9:52 pm

nice one, dearime

(wouldn't normally condone trifling with PBS but in the circumstances..)  



Anonymous verity said... 10:56 pm

Sauve qui peu!

I mean it. I felt this very strongly around seven years ago (actually, before, but I had to get it all together to get out) and Britain is now almost without law - except if you insult a dyslexic muslim policewoman in a wheelchair, and I am not kidding here - and state education, and a foul NHS which kills its patients through hygeinic practices that Florence Nightingale would not have countenanced.

They came in to destroy. They've been energetic enough, despite smoking dope, to have almost destroyed 1200 years of our history in a decade. May they rot in hell.

It was bizarre that people didn't clock Tony Blair in '97, because his evil is in his face. It is so out there. But OK, they were ready for a change. Any change.

But in the next election, if they had been paying attention, they would have seen that this individual and his cohorts were all about destruction.

By the third election, I had absolutely no sympathy. They could see what was happening to their country and they either abstained, which is cowardly, or they voted this monster back in again.  



Blogger Little Black Sambo said... 2:45 pm

The unfathomable mystery to me is why, even allowing that the Conservatives needed a sharp lesson in 1997 (was it? Good heavens, how time does drag! We seem to have been under ZANU for a century) anybody should have been so deranged as to vote for these crooks the SECOND time, to say nothing of the THIRD. O to see them reduced to trunkless legs!  



Blogger Croydonian said... 2:54 pm

Indeed. I have never voted for them....  



Anonymous Verity said... 3:18 pm

Little Black Sambo - You and me both. I voted Tory in 1997 because I would pull out my own fingernails rather than vote for the socialists/Marxists, and got a genuine chill of horror when Blair got in. Something about his personna and appearance sickened me. There was something foul about him.

But I thought, well, they'll learn their lesson and chuck out the socialists at the next election. But I saw that, totally inexplicably from my point of view, the British had taken to this Falso, this flim-flam circus barker. I faced the facts and got out before the second election.

That they voted this destructive, evil, unsettling personna in a third time beggared belief. Now he has been revealed for the malevolent, greedy spirit he is - as is his grotesque wife - yet there will still be people who vote socialist at the next election. Mainly beneficiaries of the state - as in handout recipients and the much ballooned public sector. Thank God it's nothing to do with me any more.  



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