Tuesday, 3 February 2009

Polly Toynbee: clapped-out ideas and flip-flops

This woman never fails to amaze me. First, she couldn't wait to get rid of Tony "Poodle" Blair and replace him with a real Labour Prime Mentalist, then she turned her back on him, then she got her flaps wet for him again, now she reckons he's a cunt again:

Brown is too much to blame for the last decade to U-turn into a leader for fairer, more frugal times, and it's too late to remove him. Instead, David Cameron captures the mood perfectly with his speech about the moral bankruptcy of capitalism, promising "capitalism with a conscience".


As usual, the Tuscany-jetting hypocrite wheels out turgid lefty bollocks about "va bruvvers are gonna suffer, innit?" in between quaffing champagne and cock sniffing:

So the only surprise is that indignation has taken this long to erupt. It is not irrational xenophobia or scapegoating migrants, but a rational appraisal by local people deprived of 300 particular jobs, for no benefit to them or people like them. They are not wrong. Labour has been serially wrong - in praising the UK's "flexible" workforce, in fighting against the EU to let our agency workers be worse treated and our employees work the longest hours.


Go long on piano wire and lamp posts, folks. And this is one rancid old cunt we won't miss.

9 comments:

The Penguin said...

As I may have mentioned before, I long to read a newspaper article reporting how Polly Twaddle was the victim of a particularly nasty burglary with extreme violence.

The Penguin.

Mark Wadsworth said...

"David Cameron captures the mood perfectly with his speech about the moral bankruptcy of capitalism, promising 'capitalism with a conscience'."

I'd hotly dispute that Dave has captured the mood of anything. The Tories are already plotting ways of blowing the next house price bubble, once scam that the British electorate falls for every time.

JuliaM said...

David who...?

Jack Maturin said...

"David Cameron captures the mood perfectly with his speech about the moral bankruptcy of capitalism, promising 'capitalism with a conscience'."

I can't recall whether it was Goering or Goebbels, but one of these esteemed gentlemen was once questioned about whether he had ever feared "The Intellectuals" in German society, and whether they would prevent the National Socialists' rise to power, in the early 1930s.

The reply was along these lines:

"Why should we have feared the intellectuals? Wherever power goes, they always follow."

It would seem that Ms Toynbee, et al, have realised the game is up with Herr Brown. It is now time to stick their snoughts into a different trough.

Oldrightie said...

There is a new political abode for Labour and their like. A headless chicken coop!

Dennis said...

Penguin -- Clockwise Orange stylee, with Alex and his droogs.

However, the fishy smell would probably preclude their usual finish with "the old in-out, in-out".

The Penguin said...

Absolutely, my old bell ringer, but with attitude. And even if they can't face the jiggy-jig ( let's be honest, I certainly couldn't! ) I want them to leave her naked, tied spread-eagled across the dining room table with an apple in her gob.

Then for her illegal immigrant cleaning staff to be so scared of involving the police that they just dust round her until her manicurist arrives about 12 noon.

AND for the insurance assessor to declare that she's woefully underinsured and therefore won't get a halfpenny.

Then you'd see some interesting Hang Them and Flog Them pieces from the champagne liberal socialist hypocrite.

The Penguin

Anonymous said...

Ok. This is now mad. I am stuck in a lift on the 26th floor of Centre Point. Hell's teeth. We could be here for hours. Arse, poo and widdle."
From one of her mates steven fry nice boy I am led to believe stuck in a lift pity the fucking thing got unstuck

not an economist said...

"Brown is too much to blame for the last decade to U-turn into a leader for fairer, more frugal times, and it's too late to remove him."

As I recall she has cheer leadered Labour for all of their "achievements" since 1997. A key component of those was Brown's stewardship of the Treasury. How can she suddenly say sthg like the above quote without making herself look foolish and down right hypocrtical????

But maybe I have missed sthg ...