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Lower than the belly of a newt

By ATWadmin On November 6th, 2006

newt.jpgRecently I suggested the pitiful Mayor of London should seek medical attention for his unravelling mind amongst his ideological buddies in Cuba (famous for their Potemkin Village Health Service).

Sure enough, the Dear Leader has turned up in Cuba and joined in the ritual denunciation of the USA and lavished praise on Castro, under whom Cuba has “been able to give its people the best standard of health care, brilliant education” etc. Perhaps he agrees with George “Tiddles” Galloway, that Cuba has a different and superior form of democracy – indeed one where the choice is not so much between two candidates but between silence on one hand and incarceration and torture on the other. No problem for Maoist Livingstone, a red star on the uniform works the same magic as the “American Express” card used to do in the advert.

Like many of his vile confederateson the Reactionary Left, Livingstone has become a fully-signed up member of the environmental lobby, and would restrict the common folk from air travel for the greater good, safe in the knowledge that VIPs like him will still be able to swan around the World at tax-payers expense. Next stop Venezuela.

2 Responses to “Lower than the belly of a newt”

  1. Update to this: The Venezuelan leg of the pilgrimage has been cancelled, as it was deemed inappropriate due to the up-coming presidential election. Who has put the kibosh on the trip – Livingstone had spoken of supporting Chavez on the campaign trail, so was clearly aware – is not clear. Curious.

  2. http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay?docid=5832390545689805144&q=the+revolution+will+not+be+televised

    worth watching regardless of opinions