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One eyed snot gobbling trouser pisser to address congress and blame Amercia for all the problems affecting the UK.
Gordon Brown will deliver an address to both Houses of Congress when he visits Washington next week, it was announced today.

The invitation represents a considerable coup for Brown, who will become only the fifth British prime minister to deliver a speech to a joint sitting of both Houses of the US legislature.

The speech – almost certain to focus on the global financial crisis – will bolster his claim to be a world leader in economic affairs.
Its going to be a piss poor speech.

A police officer told of his anger yesterday after being taken off front-line duty for a year and hauled before a court for defending himself against a suspect who he thought was about to headbutt him.

Sergeant Bob Woodward spoke out after the case against him collapsed at the start of his trial when it emerged the supposed victim would not appear - because he was on the run after skipping bail over a separate violent attack.

The officer, a married father of three with 30 years' unblemished service, retires in April but said the episode had soured his last year in the force.

Condemning the criminal justice system, he claimed his experience - the second time he has been wrongly accused of assaulting a drunken suspect - would make other officers think twice about confronting violent individuals.
To quote the New Labour spin they claim to be tough on crime and tough on the causes of crime, all the while hugging criminals and ignoring victims of crime.

Jack Straw faced a storm of protest last night after vetoing the release of Cabinet papers on the decision to invade Iraq.

He used a clause in freedom of information law to prevent publication of minutes of two key Cabinet meetings in 2003.

The unprecedented move by the Justice Secretary prompted angry scenes in the Commons and accusations of a cover-up.

The release of the documents was ordered by the Information Tribunal. But ministers argued that it threatened the confidentiality essential for the proper functioning of government.
Critics suspect the Government also wants to avoid potential embarrassment for Gordon Brown over the role he played as ministers agreed to go to war.
I shall remind everyone of the words issued by the Scottish idiot and unelected PM Gordon on Freedom of Information:
"...that while Freedom of Information was "inconvenient and at times embarrassing," it was right because, "government belongs to the people, not to the politicians."
He forgot to mention "I have of course crossed my fingers and will bottle out like the trouser pissing snot gobbling coward I am if it ever threatens to show me up."

As Labour keep saying re ID cards "If you've nothing to hide you've nothing to fear"

Sadly they have covered up their dirty shit stained secrets and Dr David Kelly (the weapons expert hounded to his death by New Labour) will not yet get the justice in death that he failed to get in life.

Jacqui Smith was tonight warned against exercising 'double standards' as an Islamic extremist prepared to travel to the UK.

Ibrahim Moussawi, a known hardliner with links to Hezbollah, has been invited to speak at a London university.

But the Home Secretary is under pressure to refuse an entry visa to Moussawi, who has allegedly described Jews as 'a lesion on the forehead of history'.

Earlier this month, she banned the far-Right Dutch MP Geert Wilders from coming to Britain to show his film about Islam as it would threaten 'community harmony'.

But the Conservatives warned that to ban those who threaten community harmony, while letting in those who glorify terrorism or are part of terrorist groups, would send out the 'wrong message'.

There must be 'no double standards on extremists', warned Tory security spokesman Baroness Neville-Jones.

Moussawi, who has already made at least two trips to the UK, has been invited to speak on political Islam at the School of Oriental and African Studies next month.

Editor for the newspaper of Lebanon-based terrorist organisation Hezbollah, he is a former political editor of the Iranian-backed group's TV station, which is banned in many countries including France, Spain and the U.S, as its output is seen as anti-Semitic.
Ibrahim Moussawi will no doubt be seen soon spouting hate in the House of Lords bar having a pint(Halal of course) with a certain moslem car crashing peer and a band of 10,000 moslem barbarians.

Taxpayers will foot an estimated £250,000 bill for the return to Britain of an Ethiopian held at Guantanamo Bay.

Security and surveillance costs covering Binyam Mohamed's life in Britain will add an estimated £150,000 to the £100,000 paid to hire a plane for him.

The 30-year-old was released from the U.S. detention camp on Monday, vowing to expose British 'complicity' in his alleged torture in the seven years since he was arrested in Pakistan.
No doubt he will start work at The Grauniad or The BBC in a couple of weeks.

Alma Harding was walking home after a church meeting when she saw three teenagers kicking a ball among the flower beds she had planted on the village green.

After months of petty vandalism in the area, it was the last straw for the arts and crafts teacher.

She called to the group, remonstrating with them, but was alarmed when they approached. One swore at her, calling her a '******* fatty', magistrates heard.

In fear, the 63-year-old lashed out with the church minutes she was carrying, and caught one of the boys, a 13-year-old, on the cheek. She scurried home, upset, and that might have been the end of it.

But the boy and his mother went to police and yesterday Mrs Harding, who sings in the church choir, was convicted of battery.

The stand-off, in April, had followed a spate of vandalism in the village of Kenton, near Exeter, Devon, magistrates in Newton Abbot heard. Windows, plants and railings had been damaged.
New Labour soft on scum, tough on the public.

Council tax is to rise by 30 times the rate of inflation, despite a pledge by town hall chiefs to help struggling families.

They promised ‘enormous’ efforts to keep bills down yesterday, saying: ‘Councils understand that people are suffering’ – before warning the tax would rise 3 per cent, even though inflation stands at 0.1 per cent.

The increase will mean an average bill in England will go up by £34 from £1,145 to £1,179.35.
Its going to cost him votes.

2 people have spoken:

Oldrightie said...

I have just two requests to harden my letter to Snotty. A few more and I will!

Fidothedog said...

Very good he may piss his trousers(again) after reading that,