Wednesday, 4 May 2011

The lying, the weak and the warlord.

Go on Dave. say it.

The Cameroid has noticed that his jubilation over the death of the warlord Bin Liner might annoy those who are already dangerously insane. So will he clamp down on them? No, he'll clamp down on us. It's easier.

The Prime Minister told MPs that Al Qaeda continued to pose a serious security threat despite Osama Bin Laden’s death.

No, really? Who would have guessed? We'll set aside the trivial detail that Al-Qaeda is a CIA construct that doesn't actually exist and pretend that all these groups are one because the Cameroid can't cope with the idea of disparate groups using a convenient tag. So what are we to fear?

“And, of course, there is always the risk of a radicalised individual acting alone, a so-called lone-wolf attack.

Ah, We are to fear an old invention of the idiot classes. Anyone different is suspect. Come on, Davey, we've been playing that game for years. The old tradition of tolerating eccentrics has been thoroughly quashed. Anyone outside the tolerances in the Haynes manual for humanity is already denormalised. So how are we supposed to find this needle in a haystack made of needles?

“The reality of Bin Laden was very different: A man who encouraged others to make the ultimate sacrifice while he himself hid in the comfort of a large, expensive villa in Pakistan, experiencing none of the hardship he expected his supporters to endure.”

What a terrible man. A terrible, terrible, terrible man. Our leaders would never do any such thing. Do you have any idea how much of a dick you look just now, Davey? Almost as much of one as Clegg. Go on, say it.

The PM also acknowledged that Bin Laden’s death could help stabilise Afghanistan, and he called on the Taliban to separate themselves from Al Qaeda and take part in a “peaceful political process”.

You utter cretin, Dave. The Taliban are not and never were under the control of Bin Liner. they have no interest in negotiation and have even less interest now. Still, you are not alone. I see you have a cretinous freind.

Tory Julian Lewis said that too many Muslims “do not even accept that Bin Laden was responsible for 9/11”.

Twat. I have never read a Muslim writer nor heard a Muslim speaker say any such thing, I have read and heard an awful lot of non-Muslims say it. Out of touch? Off the planet, more like. I know you want to make all those favoured groups into the new scapegoats but if this is all you have, 'weak' is too small a word.

Hey Dave, go on, say it.

While Pakistan mourns the loss of their biggest terrorist attraction, Forked-tongue Dave has this to say on handing over £650 million to the local terrorist industry:

'I believe it is in Britain's national interest to recognise that we share the same struggle against terrorism,' he said. 'That's why we will continue to work with our Pakistani counterparts on intelligence gathering, tracing plots and taking action to stop them.'

Go on Dave. Say it. You know you want to.

Say "It's the right thing to do for hardworking families". It's on both tips of your tongue.

The Gorgonisation of Dave can be only days away now. Then it must surely be time for a visit to poet's corner.

It's been a while. You do realise that the best rhyme for 'Cameroid' happens to be a serious pain in the arse, of course?

Coincidence? I think not.

11 comments:

JuliaM said...

"... while he himself hid in the comfort of a large, expensive villa in Pakistan..."

Whilst it might have been 'comfortable' by Pakistani standards, and admittedly we've only seen it after a belated housewarming party thrown by those rough men who stand ready to do violence so we can sleep at night, but I don't think Osama's hideout would make it on an episode of MTV's 'Cribs'...

Anonymous said...

Bill in SD. Not too terrible. But you do owe Poe an apology. Maybe you should put the roses on his grave for a few years...

Anonymous said...

“The reality of Bin Laden was very different: A man who encouraged others to make the ultimate sacrifice while he himself hid in the comfort of a large, expensive villa in Pakistan, experiencing none of the hardship he expected his supporters to endure.”

I wonder what Cameron thinks this type of statement will achieve?

Will the Bin's followers suddenly say "I will fight and kill no more since I found out that my Leader lives in comfort in a big white house"

I am also aware the Bin lived in a mansion all through the campaign against Russian invasion of Afghanistan. Good job the Mudjahadin never found out, they might have put their guns down and went home.

Oldrightie said...

The doubt over Bin "Full Up" gets ever more vociferous. The closer we peer at these claims the less they stack up and if it is one big charade, then it will prove the West's descent into madness even more rapid than even I predicted.

Ben said...

This is all a hoax. Everyone knows there is no bin collection on bank holidays.

sixtypoundsaweekcleaner said...

CallMeDave's insistence on commenting on every single thing that happens round the planet, is getting irritating. I don't remember any other politician who has been quite so good at this. Does he really think that our nation is something big on the world stage, rather than a small off-shore island with an interesting history?

wv: roofes

Hmm...wish he'd jump off one!

Smoking Hot said...

Oh great ... more harassment from the security circus in the pipeline then? Bah!

Stewart Cowan said...

The whole thing is such an obvious hoax. I'm intending to blog about it once I've stopped laughing.

Although, the results of this, whether more false flag attacks, a war against Pakistan for “harbouring terrorists” or even more assaults on our freedom to “keep us safe” will stop me laughing soon enough.

Scan said...

“And, of course, there is always the risk of a radicalised individual acting alone, a so-called lone-wolf attack."

Ahhh, the boy who cried wolf. And the other boy who cried wolf...and the other boys who cried wolf...

Leg-iron said...

Heh. The sea-burial was to avoid bin Liner's grave becoming a shrine. Seems the house has become the shrine.

So that plan really worked out well.

Roger Thornhill said...

'I wonder what Cameron thinks this type of statement will achieve? '

yet more proof his is a weapons-grade bell end///

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