The Curmudgeon


Monday, April 24, 2017

Uncertain Intelligence

Not all members of the Not Awfully Bright Party are opposed to recycling, it appears. While others dredged up some of the Milibeing's policies from two years ago (with circumstances changing every five minutes and a pledge-keeper of Mad Tessie's calibre in charge, they can afford to go hog-wild with the promises), the less imaginative wing of the party was blathering out the old Cold War caution about pretenders to prime-ministerial office who hate Britain so much that they aren't even prepared to start World War Three. The blustering blimp in charge of wog-bombing proclaimed a first-strike nuclear weapons policy in the interest of creating uncertainty in the minds of those poised to attack us (Russia? North Korea? Spain? Britain First?), while manifesting much patriotic indignation at the uncertainty inherent in the Labour leader's inclination to ask questions before drone-kicking some terrorist buttock. Just imagine the disasters that might have occurred if Britain's late Head Boy had spent the run-up to his glorious Libya campaign making strange, communistic queries like "what actual good will it do?"


  • At 9:51 am , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    In the case of the glorious Libya campaign there even seems to be a marked tendency to treat questions like "What good has it done?" as strange and communistic.


  • At 6:28 pm , Blogger Philip said...

    In the genuinely British democracy which our leaders are constructing, it will of course be considered strange and communistic to ask any questions at all, unless one happens to be employed by those nice G4S people.


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