Sunday, June 28, 2009

Hate and anonymity

Via Dizzy, I see that NuLabour is resorting to the desperate tactics of hatred, as reported by The Sunday Times.
“We don’t care if the commentators or the economists turn against us,” said one minister. “This is all about shoring up the base in the northern heart-lands, which we lost in the European elections. We don’t want or need them to understand the nuance of the argument. We just want them to hate the Tories again.”

Nice.

It strikes me that the Left always talk about "community" and "social justice" but, strangely, don't seem to apply it to their own. After all, if their supporters in the north really thought about these cuts then they might say to themselves, "do you know what? Maybe it is wrong that we keep voting in a government that steals the bread from the table of those in the south, to pay us feckless fuckers in the north."

No such fucking luck—because humans are fundamentally selfish creatures, and Lefties more than most.

But, on a tangential point, I can't actually judge the truth of this quote, because it is anonymous: what if this "one minister" isn't actually a minister? Or is actually Sir Ian Blair or something. Eh?

Come on, Fink, you cunt—give us a name. Where's the fucking name, Fink, you shitbag. Go on, give us the name. It's your duty to expose people, isn't it? You know, so that we can all judge whether they are who they say they are?

Come on, Fink, pull your finger out of your arsehole and go off, on your big white charger, to bring us the name of this so-called "minister". Ain't that what you do, Fink?

Or is it that you are just a hypocritical shitbag, Fink, still spending your weekends attempting to wash the oily taste of Rupert Murdoch's cock out of your filthy, fink mouth?

Come on, Fink: give us an answer—do...

7 comments:

Lee said...

"Maybe it is wrong that we keep voting in a government that steals the bread from the table of those in the south, to pay us feckless fuckers in the north."

You'll never convince the idiots where I live (Sunderland) to vote for anyone else, they are so thoroughly stupid they'd vote for Brown if he forcibly castrated every last one of them and made them eat what was removed.

No matter what bullshit the voters in the north give as to why they vote Labour, the truth of it comes down to two things

1) Class hatred: They hate what they see as "posh" tories

2) Jealousy: If they can't have the money or prosperity that the south does, they don't want anyone to have it

This will never change until there is a fundemental switch in the attitudes of the decision makers in London... Massive tax breaks need to be offered to convince companies to set up operations here
and they need to be kept in place for a VERY long time to allow private indutries to grow and thrive, we do not want any more public sector non-jobs ruining our productivity and making us slaves to the state even more so. Then maybe in 20 years, we might start to see changes in attitudes.

Tomrat said...

"do you know what? Maybe it is wrong that we keep voting in a government that steals the bread from the table of those in the south, to pay us feckless fuckers in the north."

This particular feckless fucker has never stolen anything from the table of my southern brothers, and takes great umbrage at being bundled in with the "looter class", whom I might add aren't entirely a northern phenomena; there just fatter and easier to spot.

It is perhaps the greatest and most evil trick ever pulled on the north of England; having clawed its way out of a feudal existence and from under a landed gentry we only went and put ourselves at the mercy of labour unionists and their inevitable evolutionary son, the champagne socialist.

Ian B said...

Or, you could abolish fiat money and credit expansion, thus ending the loud sucking noise coming from London.

Anonymous said...

Christ almighty Devil what a stunning blitzkrieg of blog posts.
Made my day . Thanks

Billll said...

"We don’t want or need them to understand the nuance of the argument. We just want them to hate the Tories again.”

Sounds like they haven't actually got an argument, nor really a philosophical leg to stand on. The object here is to keep the peasants from noticing.

John Demetriou said...

Sheer fucking class!!!

More of the same DK, and much in the way of applause for coming out of your earlier tired patch.

Great work!

JD

Paul Lockett said...

Ian B: "Or, you could abolish fiat money and credit expansion, thus ending the loud sucking noise coming from London."

Add a requirement that infrastructure and vanity projects such as the Olympics must be funded by local taxation and we might start getting somewhere.