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Brown lies and lies again...

... but the worrying thing is that he seems to believe the falsehoods that he is spouting.



Like Prodicus, I find this interview slightly alarming.
That interview, from start to finish, is extremely worrying.

He seems... dazed. Is he on calming medication? Not only does he appear genuinely not to understand questions (which is different from merely refusing to answer them) but he plainly has no grasp of political reality. His party must be frantic with worry, trying to work with him in this condition.

I cannot remember ever seeing a less reflective, less self-aware and less realistic man holding such high office. The word 'delusional' has often been used as a glib jibe, not least by me, but it seems really to be objectively valid now.

Not only is this strange man inflicting a desperate scorched-earth policy on this and future generations, simply because he is at his wits' end and there is nothing else left to him, politically. He also has his finger on the nuclear button.

The Prime Mentalist is close to totally losing his marbles: any day now, he's going to go on a mad rampage through the House of Commons with a fucking AK-47...

Comments

Surreptitious Evil said…
any day now, he's going to go on a mad rampage through the House of Commons with a fucking AK-47...That should reduce the trial costs when the revolution comes!
Mitch said…
Hope the cctv footage is put on utube.
Sir Henry Morgan said…
Mad rampage ... House of Commons ... AK 47.

Me me me me me me me me me me .... please sir, me me ...
Chalcedon said…
McBroon has lost the plot. I think he is delusional, paranoid and in denial. From his behaviour I diagnose some form of bipolar disease.
Jeff Wood said…
If the fellow goes postal in the House, I trust the cops will wait until he has run out of ammo before slotting him, preferably in the guts.
wonkotsane said…
any day now, he's going to go on a mad rampage through the House of Commons with a fucking AK-47...I think I'll Sky+ the BBC Parliament channel ...
Bert Rodinsky said…
any day now, he's going to go on a mad rampage through the House of Commons with a fucking AK-47...

Surely that would be the act of a patriotic person not a mad snot gobbler. That said I would pay good money to watch.
Chemist said…
If he promises to use the last round on himself, I'll give him the weapon and the ammunition myself
Mac the Knife said…
"any day now, he's going to go on a mad rampage through the House of Commons with a fucking AK-47..."

In ALL our fucking dreams...
Idle Pen Pusher said…
Incredible... have stolen this for a post on my blog. Thanks!

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