The Curmudgeon


Tuesday, March 09, 2010

We're Not Nasty, We Just Know Some Nasty People

Now that he's had a few days to think about it, the chairman of Daveybloke's Cuddly Conservatives has decided, or has been decided, that he does not, in fact, agree with all the views of the Young Britons' Foundation, and has extruded a spokesbeing to make this crystal clear. "The YBF organisation," said the spokesbeing, "is independent of the Conservative party", just like Michal Kaminski or the tax regime in Belize, and we all know how much Daveybloke's Cuddly Conservatives disapprove of those. Indeed, so great is Conservative disapproval for the Young Britons' Foundation that a local organiser has left the party claiming that he was put under pressure from Daveybloke's national front to keep up the flow of paying customers for the YBF's courses. A spokesbeing (it is not clear whether this was Eric Pickles' spokesbeing or another spokesbeing) said that people attended the courses of their own volition, which is a tribute to the Conservatives' respect for personal freedom and the autonomy of the inidvidual. The spokesbeing also said that the YBF is not financially supported by the party, any more than William Hague is financially supported by Lord Ashcroft.

Besides firearms training and a waterboarding-friendly atmosphere, the Young Britons' Foundation offers sessions on "handling negative information". If I might make a friendly suggestion, perhaps that part of the curriculum could do with a bit of tweaking.


  • At 10:14 pm , Anonymous Madame X said...

    Bit of tweaking or enhanced tweaking?

  • At 11:05 am , Blogger phil said...

    Authorised tweaking, nudge nudge.

    WV: "folaters" - people who, er, folate, but can't spell.

  • At 3:55 pm , Anonymous darjeeling junkie said...

    More twerking,less tweaking.Curious?
    Look it up on Youtube.Yes,I am that lecherous.


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