With the New Year we need to consider a country in free fall. Chunky Mark is a prophet of our shattered times, from his taxi he says it like it is. Chunky says we are in deep, deep trouble, here he talks about filthy DC.
Arrogant nebbish Ed Balls yesterday showed where the Labour party now is, its not left, its the middle. It highlights the rubbish pedaled by Borisconi who labels Red Ed a socialist. Despite the nonsense of the debauched clown real socialism does exist, and is threatening to bite Labour in the arse, apparent socialism is the privilege UKIP can posture for now. Nasty Nigel thinks that racism is the only thing that can bury UKIP, but he’s wrong. The other thing is not being at all socialist, as soon as the truth is out, he’s buried. For now the grimacing mediocrity defends super troll Katie Hopkins.
While vile fuckwit Iain Duncan Smith talks with the blackest irony about rooting out the benefit cheats ‘who pretend to be ill’, voices of dissent are now incarcerated. What are they going to do when they arrest me? They made a complete arse of naughty Daniel Llewellyn Hall at Wormwood Scrubs, everyone knows they can’t handle disabled people. While shmuk Ben Gummer (Tory Ipswich) stirs up hatred for the unemployed, the establishment are desperately trying to close ranks on the disgusting paedophile ring at the heart of Westminster, the sheer numbers is freaking them out: “We are talking about, probably, it’s going to be many tens of thousands of people across the country. It really is an extraordinary number of people. But the state can’t deal with the numbers of people coming forward.” That’s right, its the tip of a bloody iceberg. Its no wonder that with perversion and evil on an industrial scale, Maggie came so close to banning the dildo.
When we talk about social mobility, a Tory politician that can be ruminated on is Sajid Javed (Bromsgrove); the child of a bus driver, young Sajid benefited from child benefit, educational maintenance allowance and housing benefit. Here the bastard talks about social mobility in the House of Common Fuck: ‘And I remember when I left university and first went for a job interview at a major City bank. Let’s just say the panel made it pretty clear my face wasn’t going to fit in there. But for everything I experienced, I’ve never tried to hide who I am or where I come from. I know that my background, my culture, my heritage made me what I am today. That’s why, at the start of my of party Conference speech earlier this year, I told the audience that I’m proud to be the child of immigrants. It’s who I am. It’s what I am.’ Yes, the moralising shmegege’s are all it, from horse warmer Zahawi to the greedy millionaire bastard Benyon.
Thank goodness filthy DC is on hand with a sanctimonious New Year message: “With this New Year comes new challenges. The global economy remains uncertain, and many countries continue to struggle. And against that backdrop, Britain has a choice: between the competence that has got us this far or the chaos of giving it up, going backwards and taking huge risks. So I say this should be our resolution: to stick to the plan, stay on course to prosperity, and keep doing the important, long-term work of securing a better future. 2015 can promise to be a great year for our country – if we make the right choices together.”
Meanwhile as our NHS collapses the rise of the £300000 NHS fat cats is hitting the headlines. Here are some lines from the Independent (I) on 01-01-15 “A number of hospitals including West Suffolk Hospital and Weston General Hospital, have had temporarily shut wards because of outbreaks of norovirus. Meanwhile Norfolk and Norwich Hospital declared a major incident yesterday, amid reports that up to 13 ambulances were waiting to offload patients to the A&E department during the day. Southampton General has come under ‘intense pressure with capacity very stretched’ managers said, adding that too many patients were not getting medical advice early enough from their GP.”