Thursday, 2 December 2010

Corruption rules, ok?! They don't like it up 'em!

Wikileaks prises open the stinking world of so called diplomacy. They don't like it up 'em do they? Governments rush to hide their misdemeanours, explain their lies, cover up their corruption.
We have the unedifying spectacle of an expensive triumvirate including that vacuous darling of the football pitch David Beckham, David Cameron - old enough to know better, and the overgrown schoolboy Prince Wills sucking up to the FIFA, and the less said about them the better!
Russia is, apparently, a cesspool of evil, but governments gaily go about doing their business with them. Russia was probably better off with the Tsar!
Prince Andrew, a prominent member of the Royal household has close connections with the Kazakhstan elite, and apparently criticised the serious fraud squad for mounting anti-corruption inquiries.
It is revealed that David Miliband kowtowed to and colluded with the US by allowing them to keep banned cluster bombs in its bases in Diego Garcia. Butter wouldn't melt in his mouth, but he deceived parliament. His protestations of innocence will be loud and clear! We learn from Ipsa that mps are still claiming for items banned in the wake of last year's expenses crisis. They have also submitted duplicate claims, and are exploiting another loophole to profit from second homes! Students would do better to get out on the streets and demonstrate for Wikileaks and against the hideous corruption that will, in the end, engulf us all.


  1. You have said it all ! The liars are still on our backs and in our faces.The ex foreign secretary and strawnnioccho that other liar who wouldn't know fact from fiction will look you in the eye and tell you black is white trust me!!! I detest the sanctimonious slime .

  2. I think therefore I am2 December 2010 at 21:30

    let's hope Julian keeps safe