Thursday, December 13, 2007

We are ruled by cunts but Batshit is the biggest cunt of all #1

You know those Iraqi interpreters that we employed? The ones that are being murdered left, right and centre in the most unpleasant ways possible? Those Iraqi interpreters that we have duty of care towards? The ones that David cunting titfuck arseshit fuckbastard tosscunt Miliband put such conditions on coming into this country?

Well, even they aren't getting in.
More than half the Iraqi interpreters who applied to come to live in Britain have had their applications rejected, drawing accusations that the Government is “wriggling out” of its promise to help former Iraqi employees.

The Times has learnt that 125 of the 200 interpreters who took up the offer to resettle in Britain have failed to meet the strict criteria laid down for eligibility.

The revelation challenges Gordon Brown’s pledge in August that the Government would fulfil its “duty of care” to those who had served with British troops.

Every time that I think that this fucking bunch of fucks in the House of Commons can get no fucking lower, they manage it.

Batshit, in particular, is a fucking cunt of the very first water. As such, I have just sent this email to the Foreign Office, addressed to the fucking shitheap.
Dear David,

Much as I dislike all politicians, I really didn't think that I could feel more contempt for you personally than I already had. Unfortunately, I was wrong.

On reading this article in The Times about the Iraqi interpreters...
More than half the Iraqi interpreters who applied to come to live in Britain have had their applications rejected, drawing accusations that the Government is “wriggling out” of its promise to help former Iraqi employees.

The Times has learnt that 125 of the 200 interpreters who took up the offer to resettle in Britain have failed to meet the strict criteria laid down for eligibility.

The revelation challenges Gordon Brown’s pledge in August that the Government would fulfil its “duty of care” to those who had served with British troops.

... I now realise that you are, in fact, the very lowest form of humanity who, by his breach of the bounds of honour, shames us all. I sincerely hope that their murders lie on your conscience for the rest of your life. I also hope that you have the courage to tell your children about the deaths—that you may as well have ordered yourself—of these poor people.

And I sincerely hope that you children say the same thing to you that I am about to say: "You are scum."

He will probably never read it, but with any luck his stinking fuck Civil Servant wankers will convey the gist of it to him.

Fuck, but I hate and loathe you so very, very much, Batshit, you cunting fuckarse. Seriously, how do you sleep at night?

P.S. I wrote to my MP, Keith Hill, on this matter about three weeks ago. Despite having voted "very strongly" for the Iraq War, he has not deigned to reply so I have sent the following email.
Dear Keith Hill,

Some weeks ago, I sent you an email on the plight of the Iraqi interpreters who worked with our forces and are now being murdered because of this.

You have not replied. Really, I expected nothing more from you: you are, after all, a politician and, as such, a pretty poor specimen of humanity.

I hereby pledge to do everything within my power to ensure that you lose you seat at the next election.

Yours sincerely,

DK

All I can say is that these fuckers had better hope that I don't win the lottery because, if I do, I promise to dedicate at least £1 million to having them put out of my misery. In other words, I shall have them killed. Painfully.

10 comments:

Trixy said...

Doesn't he just climb back into his coffin?

Deadbeat Dad said...

Conscience? Do you think that he -- any of them -- can even spell the word?

Tomrat247 said...

This harkens back to that foolish and vicious clown Neil Clark wrote his quislings article - I wonder if the scummy underbelly of Labour read that CiF article and thought "hey! he's right! how can we put this into policy?" Truly a sad day.

Do you know what really takes the proverbial? The BBC news website has not covered ANY of this story; some time ago I complained to them over their selective news stories, mentioning in particular the Mohammed Al Durah story. The responded by stating that they have limited resources with which to cover every story in the MSM. This was either craven incompetence surrounding a major news story (it was coming to a head in Paris at the time) or was an example of selective news presentation to paint a bitter image of Israel. I tend to think this is what is happening here; either that or they haven't got past the funnies and doing the sudoku in the times yet before "breaking" the story.

Not a sheep said...

Sorry DK, but I am afraid that this government just don't care what the public think any more. They will bleed us dry and sell us out as often as possible and then find a way of fiddling the general election result unless of course they can find a way not to hold one at all. Remember Tom Robinson's "The Winter of '79"

the A&E Charge Nurse said...

Politicians, diplomats, generals and the like, have always had to make "difficult decisions" on behalf of those on the ground.

Perhaps their conscience is salved by a nice glass of wine [and a decent bit of nosh] in the members lounge whenever they are confronted with disappointing news about a few casualties on the front line ?

But they can't afford to dwell on it for too long, not when they have so many exciting plans in store for us all.

Roger Thornhill said...

All I can say is don't expect a Crimbo card from him this year.

Homophobic Horse said...

Wouldn't allowing the Iraqi interpretors to live here signify the failure of the whole scheme?

DocBud said...

It might get the odious little tosser to get a measure of the public's feeling on the issue if people left a comment at his blog:

http://blogs.fco.gov.uk/blogs/david_miliband/archive/2007/12/08/15348.aspx

Nice to see Gordon hanging him out to dry by making him the public face of betrayal wrt the EU Constitution. Presumably Gordon was hoping to slip in the back door, put his x on the document and sneak off without anyone noticing. Must have been most upset to see the cameras still there. Not only did Britain get two Quislings (maybe we should update that to Milibands), it had twice the carbon footprint. Not only do they toss us to the EU dogs, they want us to fry as well.

ENGLISHMAN said...

Iraqi traitors?no thanks we already have enough of our own.

Anonymous said...

"I hereby pledge to do everything within my power to ensure that you lose you seat at the next election."

Presumably then you will try to ensure that there is no UKIP candidate in the seat,thus giving the third placed Tory the best possible chance of catching Hill as the LibDem vote continues to crumble?