Thursday, January 17, 2019

A paucity of vision

Via Guido, I find this (for some reason) much lauded video of Attorney General Geoffrey Cox making the case for May's subsequently doomed Withdrawal Deal.

It is an extraordinary piece. For, around 25 seconds in, the silly sod says this:
I believe the opportunity for this House [of Commons] to hold the pen on forty percent of our laws—from environment to agriculture and fishing—should excite us.

Uh huh.

A whole forty fucking percent?

You think that being able to control a whole forty fucking percent of our laws should excite us, you fat fuck?

This...? This is your vision of an exciting Brexit?

For fuck's sake, no wonder our negotiators have done such a fucking shit job—after all, our Attorney General sounds like he would have got a semi at 5%.

Fuck you, you terrible, visionless twat. Fuck you right in your fat face.


Lord Blagger said...

Notice too why MPs are pissed off. They have been ordered by the electorate to do something. They hate that.

Instead of concluding, shit we order people around and its not pleasant, perhaps we should stop acting like an abusive controlling partner, we should allow people freedom, they instead try and ignore the order and impose more rules on people, more damage.

That's why we need a new human right, and a couple of the existing rights modified.

1. We need the right of property and privacy to be absolute. The exception for the state to go
2. We need the state to lose its right to slave labour.

But above all we need the right to explicit informed consent.

That fucks the state and its philosophy which is the same philosophy as any rapist. You have no right of consent.

Hector Drummond, Vile Novelist said...

So where does the other 60% come from?

The Cowboy Online said...

I think a lot of MPs are somewhat cowed by the thought of even 5% - seems like they want to 'play' at being MPs but don't want to actually do anything like work. F**k the lot of 'em.

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