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paisley%20and%20gang.jpgI see that UK PM Gordon Brown, the man who stole your old age pension for his army of State workers, is visiting our terrorist-inclusive Assembly today. Naturally our courtier media are all over this, drooling in excitement. The big question over here is how much more £££MONEY£££ our politico’s can squeeze out of dour Brown. The answer – not enough for "our splash the cash" Assembly and it’s Spend Spend Spend agenda.

What made me laugh most of all was Brown’s call "for greater cooperation across Europe in sharing information on suspected terrorists." With Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness in the same room? LOL. 

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10 thoughts on “MR BROWN IS OFF TO TOWN….

  1. Too funny David. Yes Brown is trying to look big on consensus, Lets hope he seeks consensus when it is the time to look at the 90 day detention (or hopefully longer).

  2. Mr Brown is going to look very silly indeed when the IRA decide that playing at politics isn’t delivering them everything they still want, and they go back to the bomb and the bullet again.

  3. One thing I have found outrageous is that some of the MLA’s are unhappy at the executive cars they have been allocated. The cars in question are £20,000 Skoda Superbs! Just when you thought our illustrious MLA’s could not get any more greedy and self obsessed.

  4. It never ceases to amaze/bemuse me how people get so worked up about cars as status symbols. For heaven’s sake, what is a car but a metal box which gets you from A to B? Even at work, people earning way less than me are driving around in ’04, ’05 and ’06 cars, probably paying £1000’s in insurance, one even has a personalised number plate! What the…should I be impressed by that? Does that make you a "somebody"? LOL, the sheer pretentiousness of it all!

  5. Mr Brown is going to look very silly indeed when the IRA decide that playing at politics isn’t delivering them everything they still want, and they go back to the bomb and the bullet again.

    Those days are over Tom thankfully. There is no return to violence for the IRA, too much has changed. Politics is the only game in town now, and they see that they can achieve more through those means.

    The cars in question are £20,000 Skoda Superbs! Just when you thought our illustrious MLA’s could not get any more greedy and self obsessed.

    Anyone remember the day in stormont when the Irish ministers turned up for, what was it, the first meeting of the North-South council or something. All driving up in their mercs. Sorry, but even as an Irishman I thought that was funny… tiocfaidh our merc 🙂

  6. It never ceases to amaze/bemuse me how people get so worked up about cars as status symbols.

    Materialism Tom, the biggest religion in the world in my view.

    Even at work, people earning way less than me are driving around in ’04, ’05 and ’06 cars, probably paying £1000’s in insurance,

    I can never understand the number system in English cars. Is it the letter that determines the year ? Do the letters wrap around. We kept it simple here in the ROI when a good few years back we changed to including the year in the reg plate.

  7. Well, the number system at the moment is that for example "XX05" means your car was registered between 1 Jan 05 and 30 June 05, and "XX55" means registered between 1 July and 31 Dec 05. "0"= first half of the year, "5"=second half. The other letters, I dunno what they mean.
    Previous to that, the numbers went (eg) K547 CVK", where the first letter symbolised the year from 1 August to 31 July. K for example meant 1/8/91 to 31/7/92, I think (might be a year out on that?) We got up to W or X or something by about 2000, then it changed to the present system.

  8. when the IRA decide that playing at politics isn’t delivering them everything they still want, and they go back to the bomb and the bullet again.

    Not going to happen Tom, mere wishfull thinking on your behalf.

  9. The reservoir dogs in the street are saying that Mr Brown will meet Mr Orange. Is this true?

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