Saturday, 18 July 2009

Funny stuff really

This is getting ridiculous, are Labour hell bent on total annihilation at the next general election?

Russian flights, Argentinian aggression, Northern Ireland still volatile, Iran with "the bomb", North Korea and Winky, Pakistan crumbling to pieces and one big fucking screw-up in Afghanistan.

Get the picture?

(if not here is the gist; maybe, and bear with me on this, now is not the best time to scale down the armed forces...)

To round of this post I shall repeat my underlying paradigm and philosophy: The only thing a prospective government political party needs to do to win the next general election is to reverse every single decision ever taken by New Labour. Here are some to start with:

Protection from Harassment Act (1997),
the Crime and Disorder Act (1998),
the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (2000),
the Terrorism Act (2000),
the Criminal Justice and Police Act (2001),
the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act (2001),
the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Extension Act (2002),
the Criminal Justice Act (2003),
the Extradition Act (2003),
the Anti-Social Behaviour Act (2003),
the Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Act (2004),
the Civil Contingencies Act (2004),
the Prevention of Terrorism Act (2005),
the Inquiries Act (2005),
the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act (2005)

And while at it why not reconsider our very one-sided "special relationship" ? I imagine me along with the current blogosphere will be long gone and dead by the time a British PM gives a Love Actually Hugh Grant speech (and do not act like you do not know what I am talking about, you have seen the film might as well admit it).

If we were truly tyrants, like the EU, and in a bit of a playful mood this is what should be done: Conservatives win the general election and pass the Prevention of New Labour Act (2010).

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