Unlimited depravity and diseased thinking

September 6th, 2006


If the ‘triumph of Blairism’ means the triumph of unlimited depravity and diseased thinking over right and reason, convincing the most stupid in society that up is down and black is white, then I guess you could call it a ‘triumph’. But to everyone else, trying to repaint a repugnant, soiled, fanatical dictator with poll ratings worse than Nixon during Watergate, up to his eyeballs in a half-baked international coup against the world in some warm and friendly light where the public will be left ‘hungry for more’ is simply a lost cause.

And what is Blairism as history shows ? A means to give a veneer of deceptive ‘free-market’ legitimacy to a hodge-podge of dangerously deranged social fanatics to play God ?

Blair’s legacy across the board is nothing to celebrate, instead it is a deep shame on Britain itself. Perhaps worse than Western-installed despots who Blair seeks to otherthrow with manufactured dossiers and old student essays plucked off the internet and then sexed-up some more by his advisors, as he was actually voted in and repeatedly, so all the more disgrace must be accepted by a vacant chunk of the British people for nominating everyone into a humiliating, crushing ‘social democratic’ nightmare. Of course, Blair’s ‘social democracy’, is more akin to an extreme form of Lenin’s ‘democratic centralism’, without the ‘democratic’ bit, i.e, Blair decides and a gaggle of useful (or rather useless) idiots under the spell of his personality cult in the vestigal cabinet dotingly agree to press on with wars, ID slave grids and debased police state fanaticism however ridiculous they look. […]


One Response to “Unlimited depravity and diseased thinking”

  1. Alun Says:

    […]Downing Street said the prime minister’s speech was one of a series, which include his thoughts on criminal justice, health and science.

    It shows the prime minister is interested in substance, not image, and that what he wants to do is continue to focus on the issues,” his official spokesman said. […]

    From http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/5315776.stm

    And this on the same day as…

    Including such gems as…
    He needs to go with the crowds wanting more. He should be the star who won’t even play that last encore.
    He needs to be seen with people who will raise eyebrows.
    As much as possible a farewell tour, looking to the future, making sure the party is in the right place and the public remember him as he should be.

    A farewell tour just to reinforce in our minds that ‘TB’ is not interested in image.

    You couldn’t make it up!

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