Thursday, 23 December 2010

UKIP: Homophobes and Incompetents

Nikki Sinclaire MEP has won her case against her former UKIP Colleagues. Well done Nikki - keep up the good work. The net is only just starting to close in on Nigel and his muppets.

Almost as good as Nikkis win was the UKIP response explaining why they had not put up a defence (apart from the obvious - that they haven't got one). Apparantly their response to the action was 'regrettably missed due to an administrative error'. A Party Spokesman said 'the respondents have always intended to defend this case vigorously'.

So vigourously that they missed the date for filing a response?

Now we all know that Double Agent Farage has staffed UKIP with incompetents but surely even a checkout girl wouldn't miss such an important deadline in a case such as this. Dear oh dear. No wonder no-one knows where all that money from Ashford went.

Thursday, 16 December 2010

Bring back Slavery

That's obviously what employers want.

A survey by T6 has revealed that the lazy British worker spends on average 24 minutes a day brewing up for them and their colleagues. They suggest that employers should crack down on this type of idleness before those lazy employees bankrupt the country and leave it with the biggest debt ever known.

Funnily enough, I googled 'T6' expecting to find a research company complete with mission statements and all that PC nonsense but instead I found a company that, wait for it............sells water coolers. Funny the BBC article doesn't mention that.

Monday, 13 December 2010

As the festive season mooches towards it's climax, I thought we could look at what the new year would bring. Here's a clue.

Friday, 10 December 2010

Prince Andrew and the patriotic scare

Andrew has actually gone up in my estimation.

The Americans take objection, in a cable leaked to Wikileaks, to his 'unmitigated patriotic fervour', his rude language (how prudish are the yanks exactly?) and because his openess encourages the same from other businessmen present who then reveal truths about their own country.

Long may Wikileaks continue.

Monday, 6 December 2010

Tip of the Iceberg

Long may Wikileaks survive. Chances of Wikileaks surviving? Probably nil!

As well as extradition, Wikileaks have now had their banks accounts frozen. And so they should.

It is disgraceful to allow Joe 'numpty' Public to know who is greasing whose palms, that we are propping up a manic depressive in Afghanistan (like the poor sods don't have enough problems), and that Berlesconi is a debauched moron.

And just how, maybe can Wikileaks can tell me, did the we manage to spend 15 million pounds on a world cup bid that produced just 2 votes, one of which came from ourselves.

May the Gods favour Wikileaks, because at this point in time, they are the only ones telling the truth.