Britain’s Former PM, and Hero, as portrayed on www.order-order.com
Guido’s blogging once more about the number of days Gordon Brown is attending Parliament. Basically he’s not attending at all. This fact is met with the usual baying of the mob demanding he hand back his pay, which he isn’t earning, or that he face the humiliation in the Chamber which is his due.
I had another thought, which I added in the comments –
He’s desperately hoping for a position in the IMF or the EU, but Cameron will not be seeking to assist him, I doubt.
Yesterday’s man is, in any case, despised by the IMF and the EU and the One World Government structures which he latterly signed up to, but only once Blair was gone, but that was too late to rescue the failed attempt to lock Britain permanently into economic subordination.
He is now rejected by those he thought would underwrite his future, because he failed to back Blair’s campaign to get Britain into the Euro in 1999, at the moment of maximum opportunity. The EU and the IMF will never forgive him for this strategic loss.
Not only that but he then himself lost power to the dreaded Conservatives, who terrify the EU with their more than occasional talk of the R word. Brown lost the election despite wall to wall media and bureaucratic support, a campaign of electoral fraud and constituency rigging to shame a banana republic. He even fell for Nick Clegg’s ”you resign, Gordon, and we’ll sign into a Lib Lab coalition next” ruse.
The OWG will not forgive Brown for the lost opportunity to enslave Britain which the Blair years presented. We should not be jeering Brown. We all should be eternally grateful to Brown for fucking up the Blair programme. He may have been mad, dyfsfunctional, aggressive and congenitally uncooperative, but the clunking fist saved this country, and sacrificed his own chances by doing so. It might have all been motivated by jealousy against Blair, as he wanted all the credit for destroying Britain for himself, to the point that he would do anything he could to jeopardise Blair’s chances, but in the process he saved us. He should forever be known as St Gordon of Kirkcaldy. He should be mentioned in prayers at Westminster, as Gordon The Great. In his dreams he saved the world economy by being the first to launch quantitative easing and rescue banks. This is highly debatable. But what is not at issue is that it was him who saved the Pound and His Country.
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