For those of you who may be unfamiliar with these two pathetic excuses for human beings, here's a swift run-down...Jack McConnell: pug-faced moron.Jack
is Scotland's First Minister. That means that he is the biggest, slimiest and most corrupt of all of the useless, trade-union activists and venal Councillors who make up Scotland's toy-town parliament. Jack thinks that he is quite cool, but actually he is a fuckwit of epic proportions: after being heavily involved in the NUS, Jack went on to become a mathematics teacher, but soon gave that up to concentrate on a career in the local Council. As such, if Jack has ever been involved in any wealth creation, it will only have been in fiddling his expense accounts. To finish off this little introduction, let me pass you onto the poor, little Greek boy
(who is, despite accusations to the contrary, not one of my relations).
It would, wouldn't it? So how hard can it be to answer yes or no, you spineless, cowardly twat? Yes or no, you clock-punching cunt who wouldn't know an original idea if he found it nestling inside his secretary's knickers? Answer the fucking question, you knob. What the fuck are you for, anyway? What have you done? Banned smoking? Pontificated about England fans? Fucked a woman who was not your wife? Fuck you. Oh, wait, his sphincter's still moving - he must still be talking...
Blah blah blah blah fucking blah. Go and drown yourself, you pug-faced moron.
As you can tell, Jack is a popular lad.Margot Wallstom: Quisling bitch.
And now onto the second of our guests, the The Ever Blessed and Fragrant Margot Wallstrom (cheers, Timmy
). The lovely Margot
up for eviction this week looking for love and can only choose one of our lovely fellas
Vice-President of the EU Commission; a post she inherited from that other political giant, Neil Kinnock (the "Welsh Windbag"). As such, Margot is the person in charge of making sure that everybody loves the EU (she was rather surprised, as it happens, that this job was even needed as she has been sucking Satan's cock for so long that she assumed that everybody was already
in love with the concept). Margot was first appointed to the Commission in 1999 and, so eager were the Swedes to stay rid of her, that they appointed her again a few years later (just to ensure that she got the message).
Margot is notable for running what, for want of a better word, we will call "a blog" and is notable for saying such things as "First, we cannot abandon [desperate immigrants]. The European Union must put money where the needs are: help relieve Africa from hunger, disease and abuse of human and civil rights. This is the only solution."
, apparently without any irony. As Dr North
put it, in the comments
It isn't the only solution and not even any solution. Give a man a fish, and he feeds himself once. Teach him to fish and you feed him for life. Steal his fish and you condemn him to penury. Ergo, stop stealing their fish. That would be a small start.
He was ably backed up by Tim Worstall
, who added
As above with Richard North’s comment. If the EU wasn’t bribing corrupt African governments to allow Spanish trawlers to vacuum up all the fish then the starving fishermen wouldn’t be using their boats to try to get to The Canaries. And drowning on the way as often as not.
So one thing useful you could do is toddle down the corridor to the office of your colleague (Joe Borg if you’ve not had the chance to make his acquaintance yet) and tell him to stop killing Africans.
But then, alas, neither politicians nor bureaucrats ever quite seem to realise that they are not the solution, all too often they are the problem.
Margot is one of those people who hasn't quite grasped that she and her evil partners in the EU are, indeed, the problem. Unfortunately, she is pig-shit thick, and yet no one has caved her skull in with a boathook; they must be waiting for EU funding.UPDATE:
I'm sorry, but I don't think that I made this clear enough; what I am saying is that either
Margot is pig-shit ignorant and stupid beyond any degree of reasonable belief or
she is a lying, immoral hypocrite of the very worst sort. You guys can decide what you want. Personally, whatever way you
go on this absorbing question, I
think that she is a murderer, either by negligance or design, and should be imprisoned without hope of parole. Just saying, is all...Knackers
So, imagine everybody's delight when these two got together in the same room, sponsored by The Herald
, to help brainwash a bunch of innocent kiddiewinks; why not watch the whole webcast
(if you can stay awake, or refrain from throwing things at your monitor). So, what was the outcome? Let's look at The Herald's report
When Jack McConnell retreated from the public stage at Stevenson College in Edinburgh, it was with a decidedly sweaty brow and a cheerful sigh of relief. "I'm exhausted," he exhaled breathlessly. And he wasn't joking.
The last time I interviewed a politician who looked half as tired I was speaking to Andy Kerr, the Health Minister, after he had run a 10k race in New York's Central Park during Tartan Week two years ago. Back then, Kerr's beetroot-red face beamed at me as he spoke of his pride at Scotland's close relations with the US. On Wednesday night, his boss – the First Minister – was doing likewise, but this time all talk was of Scotland and Europe.
Or rather more precisely, Britain and Europe; he was, amongst other things, attempting to predict British policy in order to suck up to the Fragrant One.
McConnell had just taken part in a question-and-answer session alongside the formidably talented and articulate Margot Wallstroem, vice- president of the European Commission, in front of 100 or so Scottish youngsters aged 16 to 25.
For "formidably talented and articulate"
read, "ever blessed and fragrant with a strong Scandinavian accent, admirably suited to that region's film speciality, although I wouldn't personally be interested in "fixing her
fridge"". And they do like their youngsters, don't they: I wonder why?Propaganda
Here's an idea; is it because young people are less interested in or, more importantly, informed about politics and as such they are easier to bamboozle? Could it also be that young people do not have the trenchant hatred of the EU and all of its works that their elders (including gentlemen of 28, hem hem) might possess. Is it because people like me might ask Margot why her precious Commission is deliberately pursuing policies that leads to the needless deaths of hundreds of thousands of people a year, and the disenfranchisement, economic ruin and starvation of millions more? I think that it might be.
Or that people like me might ask Jack why his government is attacking private property rights, why he is pursuing the madness that is wind power, why he is destroying private enterprise, why he is wasting such vast amounts of public money or why he is such a useless cunt? Quite possibly.
For Wallstroem, this is what Europe should be all about. The mother-of-two is one of the brightest stars on the European scene and a passionate missionary for the ideal of co-operation. She is also arguably a rare breed in the corridors of Brussels, with her natural good looks and charisma.
No comment on that score... Oh fuck, I wouldn't touch her with yours. That's because her soul is rotted away and her self-delusion is almost comical.
Wallstroem's post was created with the specific aim of improving the way the concept of "Europe" is communicated to its citizens, and in particular its young citizens. She has always said that one of the most important aims of the European project must be to get it back in touch with its people.Jam today
Well, Margot, you could try being elected, rather than appointed. You could try not demoting, sacking or imprisoning people who blow the whistle on fraud. You could try not defrauding the EU, and you could try to ensure that, just for one fucking year, the accounts are actually signed off. You could also try drowning yourselves.
The 51-year-old believes that a generation which travels more, communicates more easily and studies in foreign countries will be receptive to this idea.
Or, rather, be easier to bribe with fewer border controls and no commission on changing money; sweeties to keep the children occupied whilst the grown-ups repeatedly bum-rape their younger, poorer cousins in the room upstairs.
"We politicians are accountable to 450 million Europeans and you expect us to work together, to be effective, to communicate with you and to give you a voice.
The whole point is that you are not
accountable to us, Margot; you are not elected. And we don't want you to "give us a voice": we want you, the politicians, to do what the fuck we tell you to do.
We can never be allowed to forget that. That is what gives me my political motivation," she said on Wednesday.Sodomy tomorrow
That's why, I'm sure, you do the job for free; or do you donate your salary to Africans? No? Oh.
So the Ask Europe event, produced in association with The Herald, was just her kind of thing. Young people had come from various parts of Scotland, including Edinburgh, Glasgow Stirling, Dunblane and Hamilton, with the purpose of putting the two politicians through their paces. Few left disappointed – including Jack McConnell.
I'll bet Jack was really satisfied: he didn't have to answer any specific questions from anyone who might know what he was talking about, and he got to pontificate on matters that do not concern him.
"Tonight was excellent," he said afterwards. "I thought it was very interesting; I think young people ask [Inexperienced fish latte
really easy questions] great questions and that was shown tonight. Seeing their opinions was interesting [Was it, Jack? How do you "see" opinions? Or did you mean "hear"?—DK]. I think young people are more positively European than older people, and that came through in the questions and votes tonight."
Well, I think that we have discussed this...
The event, hosted by Douglas Fraser, Scottish Political Editor of The Herald, was introduced by the 19-year-old vice-chair of the Scottish Youth Parliament (SYP), Hilary Lynn. The intention of the night, said Lynn, standing beside McConnell and Wallstroem, was "to bring discussion and debate about Europe closer to young people".
Indeed, so much discussion and debate did they want to bring to young people, that there was not even one
Eurosceptic representative there. This wasn't debate: this was propaganda.
Pauline Welsh, 22, a member of the Castlemilk Youth Complex, a voluntary organisation in Glasgow, questioned Wallstroem on how the EU could help some of her area's more disadvantaged youngsters. After a word or two of explanation from the First Minister about precisely where Castlemilk was and what problems it has, Wallstroem said that what Europe could do was help provide the area with more skills and work.Say, "yes, Paul"
Of course, because that is what the state does, eh? It takes money from wealth-creating bodies (i.e. private businesses and individuals) and then gives it to places like Castlemilk, thus generating jobs and work, as Tommy Cooper would say, "just like that!" Erm...
Although appreciative, Welsh later said she remained a little confused on the specifics of such assistance. "I just felt they went round in circles and didn't actually answer the questions we asked in the first place. As a project we still don't know where we stand with them [Europe]."
Welcome to politics, welcome to the European project. Get used to it, love...
But Wallstroem would have been reassured by the enthusiasm the young people in the audience showed for Europe. There may not have been widespread backing for a federalist Europe, but there certainly was for closer links. "Cooperation rather than centralisation" became the catchphrase of the night.Arse-biscuits
Yeah, well, it's the federal Europe that is on the cards. There aren't any other options being offered, you see.
Anton Dupliy, a 22-year-old asylum seeker from Russia who now lives in Springburn in Glasgow, has been desperate to work or attend university since coming to Scotland four years ago. "If asylum-seekers could work, that would be beneficial for the economy," he said. "I can't do anything with the skills I have. I've just finished an HND in multi-media computing at Langside College but I can't use it anywhere and I can't go on to further study. I want to work and I want to pay my own way through university. I'm not going to ask for help or money; I just want to be able to work and pay my own way."
Well, this is all very laudable but what, precisely, has it got to do with the EU? Zip, nothing, nada
. It is the British government that ensures that asylum seekers cannot work (at present, anyway). Besides, last time I looked, Russia was neither in the EU nor considering plans to join.
Arguably the question of the night, in as much as it got the liveliest reception from the floor, came from Glasgow teenager Ross McRae. The 17-year-old student at Williamwood High asked McConnell if he thought Scotland should join the European currency now or in the future, or go it alone [from the rest of the UK].Sausage-jockey
To the delight of what was a predominantly pro-Euro audience, McConnell said he thought that Britain joining the currency was inevitable. "I personally don't have a problem with the Euro as a currency for Scotland and the UK," he said. "I can remember the days when there were lots of different European currencies, and that was not necessarily healthy."
Woah, Jack, don't commit yourself too heavily there, matey: "not necessarily healthy"
? Coo, don't pin yourself down! Oh and, Jack, why? Would you care to expand on that? Would you like to expand on why the different countries of Europe setting their own interests rates and economic targets depending on their own trading conditions was worse that the current mess that the European Central Bank is sailing into? Perhaps, Jack, you would like to explain to everyone why, although you can see a distinct North-South divide in purchasing and earning power in a place as small as the UK, having a Central Bank for a landmass as huge and diverse as Europe is a good thing? Jack... Jack...? Hello?
Also, don't presume to talk for Britain; you only want to talk for Britain because you are fully aware that Scotland hasn't got a cat's chance in hell of going it alone. Fuck off.
Having had an opportunity to digest the First Minister's comments, McRae, a sixth-year pupil and SNP supporter, said he was pleased with McConnell's reply. He said: "I was surprised in the way that he answered my question, in as much as he could have easily given me a flat no. But he didn't. He elaborated on his position and in that respect I was surprised with the answer, but not necessarily the content. It was interesting too to hear just what he was thinking about global economics in terms of the world being divided up into massive trading blocks of India, China, Russia, Europe and North and South America. It was all pretty advanced. You can really see it happening in the future. It wasn't something I had thought about before."Cunt-bubble
Yes, very interesting, Mr McRae. Although, you might, of course, have noticed that he didn't actually answer the question that you asked, and then distracted you, conjuror-style, with a load of dubious geopolitical flim-flam. As I said, welcome to politics...
Prior to the event, McRae confessed to suffering from political apathy. "I've been pretty apathetic recently about politics, Europe and the Scottish Parliament, to be honest. But over the course of the evening you got an overall view of what McConnell was thinking, and he did explain things well. He went into detail in his answers.
"I was very satisfied with the answers he gave, and I didn't think I was going to be. And Margot Wallstroem was excellent. She spoke really well about Europe and she's right: it is a good thing. The First Minister has reignited my interest in politics, which is great – as well as unexpected."
Brainwashed, you see. It's fucking tragic, it really is. McConnell and Wallstrom were like a couple of internet paedophiles "grooming" their victims. In a chat-room situation, these perverts would have been locked up...
If even half the room went away as satisfied as McRae, McConnell's effort and sweat was well worth it. The First Minister himself was in little doubt: "I think there is a place for political debate and argument, but ultimately these sessions are much more significant for
those we are brain-washing with our devious, evil propaganda; oh, and sweeties: don't forget the lovely sweeties the people who will hear and read the questions and answers than the political debaters.
What a cunt.
"One of the young people I was speaking to at the end [McRae, as it turned out] made a very good point, and that was: whenever you give some space to young people, they fill it. I think that was shown tonight. If young people get the opportunity, they seize it with both hands."Horse-faced cow: a paradox
Yup, and whenever the EU sees an opportunity to groom some young 'uns, it will be seizing that opportunity from now on. Soon their EU-Youth will be running through that land: persuading some and "disappearing" the rest. The EU's Fifth Columnists, ready to knife the opponents of the one true religion: soon, the armies of the damned will be charging the barricades, with their terrifying cry of, "for god, the EU and Margot!"Wibble
Personally, I'm going to track down that eminently sensible girl from Castlemilk, the one who wasn't convinced. Obviously, she is not easily hypnotised by Margot's fragrance and Jack's, admittedly jaw-dropping, banality. The EU really is a piece of shit, and Margot is an evangelist for Satan himself. So, can we please leave now?Unio Europaea delenda est.
And McConnell can fuck off an' all.