"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Sunday, 4 October 2009

Miliband: No Apology


In light of David Miliband's comments this morning on the Adam Boulton Show that he had nothing to apologise for ("I set out the facts, which are that the Latvian party that they [ie the Conservatives] are associated with has a history in this area which I think should give pause to anyone,") I'm re-printing this letter sent from William Hague to Miliband when he first made his comments last Thursday at the Labour Conference:



 
 
 


Naughty boy Miliband, you should have paid closer attention during History lessons.

Letter lifted from Barking Spider

While I'm on the subject of Miliband, I want him to know that because I am 'euro-sceptic' does not give him the right to label me "an extremist". I am not a euro-extremist, which is the latest Labour description of anyone who disagrees with the government's policy on the EU. The fact that I have doubts, along with 60-70% of the British public, means I'm in good company.

UPDATE: What Miliband actually said at the Conference despite denials on Boulton - on Pickles:  "Last week on the BBC, and you should go through the transcript, Eric Pickles, the Chairman of the Conservative Party, explained without a hint of shame that we should not condemn one of their new allies, the 'For Fatherland and Freedom' party, who every year celebrate the Latvian Waffen SS with a march past of SS veterans, because they were only following orders." [Cue collective intake of breath and tongue-clacking from the audience].
- on Kaminski: "When Edward MacMillan Scott, one of their own MEPs, a former leader of the Tory Group in Europe, took these people on, and won the Vice Presidency of the European Parliament, defeating a man denounced by the Chief Rabbi of Poland for an anti semitic, neo Nazi past, what did the Tories do to MacMillan Scottt? They chucked him out of the Tory Party."

Mandelson's Mini-me: Any which way but true.

4 comments:

  1. There is something particularly contemptible about this piece of NuLab putresence. He seems entirely devoid of conscience and decency, which is not unknown in politicians in general but seems, somehow, more evident in the likes of this scumbag. Mandelson, mark II, perhaps?

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  2. He's spent his lifetime steeped in international marxist ideology but doesn't seem to have acquired the guile of Mandelson. An anagram of his name is invalid mad bid which, coincidentally, is what his challenge to the PM was last year :)

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  3. David Millipede is one of the more contemptible members of our Labour
    (Mis)Government. Loud of mouth in pursuit of his personal Communistic aims - strangely quiet (usually because he has his foot in his mouth) when it comes to doing something constructive on behalf of the country he is supposed to represent.

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  4. You won't find anyone here disagreeing with you, Anon.

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