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It's going to be a good year...

It seems that Gordon's New Year will be no better than the last few months of the old one and, really, it couldn't happen to a nicer bloke more disgusting, bloody little cunt-rag.
The scandal over the Labour Party's £670,000 illegal donations will return to haunt Gordon Brown in the New Year as criminal charges may be imminent, according to an authoritative Whitehall source.

The Daily Telegraph can disclose that those leading the investigation into the so-called "donorgate" affair will complete their inquiries as early as the end of next month.

The source has said that Peter Watt, who resigned as Labour's general secretary, may be facing criminal charges over his role in the worst fundraising controversy since Labour took power in 1997.

The development will overshadow attempts by Mr Brown to regain the political initiative in the New Year after a disastrous last quarter of 2007.

I know. Aaaaaaaaaaahahahahahahaha!

Although why Peter Watt should be the only one facing charges, I don't know; it seems rather unfair that the party Treasurer—Jack Dromey, a.k.a. Mr Harriet Harman—is not also liable. I would love to have seen that tableau: a terrified Dromey being draggged away to chokey by two burly policeman, whilst darling Harriet reaches out futilely to her dear heart, the tears pouring down her normally self-satisfied, priggish, squirrel's bumhole of a face.

Although it would be equally satisfying to see that vignette in reverse, with Harriet "feeding of the £5,000" Harman dragged off to prison whilst her weeping husband curses, wails, gnashes his teeth, and rends his clothes.

Still, one can't have everything, eh? As it is, it looks as though the Gobblin' King isn't going to have a merry New Year and that can only be to the good! Your humble Devil is heartily anticipating a year of humiliation for the monocular bastard and, hell, I'm excited about it!

Comments

Mark Wadsworth said…
Excellent, excellent.
Newmania said…
One small donor with chile sauce please Mr. DK...getting a little hot in Pakistan as well


( You did deservedly well in the blog survey)
whilst darling Harriet reaches out futilely to her dear heart, the tears pouring down her normally self-satisfied, priggish, squirrel's bumhole of a face.

Tut tut, DK... You make the assumption she cares and isn't afraid to show it!

You don't think she'd do a Jowell and abandon her better half in a 'trial separation'?
Budgie said…
Jackboot Dromey of Grunwick fame? Perhaps he will finally get his comeuppance.
Anonymous said…
The Law does not apply to our Glorious Leader and his cabal.

'I can't break the Law, I am the fucking Law', G Brown, Hello! magazine Aug 2007.

'All your Law belong to Us, praise Jesus', EU President T Blair, Der Speigel jan 2008.

'Fuck Off!', full page Government advert, The Times on Sunday Jul 2007.

Here's hoping that the varnish on the Commons bar is outrageously carcinogenic.
Anonymous said…
"Your humble Devil is heartily anticipating a year of humiliation for the monocular bastard and, hell, I'm excited about it!"

And to think you were considering blogging off. The Nu-Lab implosion is going to be a stupendous and vicious dog fight. I cannot wait! they'll be queuing up three deep for the chance to chew him a new one. Fill your boots over the coming year and may all your devils be little ones or vice versa perhaps.

The Guvnah

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