Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Considerably Batshitter than EU

I have just been invited to go along to a little conference where Batshit Miliband ma. will talk to us all about the EU. Which will be fun.

Now, the big question is: shall I wear my newly arrived Devil's Kitchen T-shirt with "Politicians: hang them all" written, in big red letters, on the back?

18 comments:

Ingram said...

Damn right you should!!! :)

Machiavelli's Understudy said...

Make sure you're wearing it under a jacket upon arrival, lest they eject you from the premises...

Still, I'd love to see you be arrested for inciting violence or some other nonsense... About time we had a few martyrs!

Mark Wadsworth said...

Wear it backwards and sit in teh front row.

anthonynorth said...

Do not turn your back on that man.

gatesofvienna said...

Pretend you have been left a large estate and ask how did he and his brother ED managed to avoid the huge death taxes.
When their staunch commie father died leaving them with a large estate they used one of Browns 25 loopholes in the law.
named..A DEED OF VARIATION.
We already know enough about the super marxist state.
Our dear leader president of the marxist society at university.
Why believe anything a bunch of neo marxists have to say?
Like Ed he's a cowardly traitor!
HANG THEM ALL!

Chuck Unsworth said...

Absolutely not. Wear a suit and tie. That way you'll retain the element of surprise when you ask the truly crippling question. He probably doesn't know what you look like any way. Why give him any help?

That is, of course, unless the whole thing is to be televised and you wish to be seen 'disrupting' the event.

Ms Robinson said...

I'm with Chuck, Mr Devil. I think the element of suprise is absolutely necessary. There will be too many lackeys watching. Save the T shirt and maybe gift it to him.

Anonymous said...

Take a companion with a hidden camera

Anonymous said...

Normally smartly dressed barrister enters- slips into telephone kiosk and out of the chrysalis emergeses "Devil's Kitchen Man" with his thought provoking T-shirt

mister scruff said...

Yes - go for it. And while your there call Miliband a fucktrumpet.

woman on a raft said...

Chuck Unsworth is right. If you recall all that stupid business with the Norfolk police and the 'bollocks to Blair' t-shirt, they will use it as an excuse not to deal with the real question.

Charming though the t-shirt is, it will mess up the necessary argument. Wear a shirt and tie; it will baffle him as he probably only uses the elasticated sort and has velcro closures on his shoes.

Vlad said...

I still think my idea's better.

'Politicians: impale 'em all' has a certain ... er ... ring ... to it, don't you think?

lahgbr said...

Wear the suit and tie with the t-shirt on underneath and back-to-front, then suddenly rip off the jacket and formal shirt, like Superman - *after* you've said your piece. Then leg it before the state police/NuLabour stormtroopers get hold of you!
Mr. Hughes

LFB_UK *The Legend* said...

These t shirts, do they come with fully loaded shotguns??

Roger Thornhill said...

See if you can ask a question that includes the phrase "owl magnet".

Bet it makes him twitch.

flashgordonnz said...

"Make sure you have a mate with a hidden camera"

Damn straight. Watch out for tazers, though...

Vicola said...

Indeed you should. And while you're there could you do me a favour and ask him to ask that useless sack of horseshit Ivan Lewis to do me the courtesy of replying to one of the many letters I've sent him? After all, he is paid to be my MP and knobbing women that aren't his wife can't possibly take up all of his time, he doesn't look like a man whose trousergun is fully loaded.

Trixy said...

Don't think of me guys, will you! I'm the one who got him into the meeting!

The t shirt was worn. And a jacket was, thankfully. I asked the security man to look for a tie when he frisked him....