Monday, September 15, 2008

Sweary Chops of the Month - Sergei Lavrov

Well, I've just about caught up with ten days of news and views, after some time away from a phone line, and the award for best news story of the month so far is an easy win for this one...



What a disgrace!! Why was this Russian national permitted to direct a torrent of foul-mouthed abuse at the British Foreign Secretary, when there are million of Britons patiently waiting for their turn?


I've no doubt that all fellow loons have already luxuriated in the story's foul-mouthed goodness but, if you haven't already, make sure to read the relevant readers' comments underneath any on-line newspaper which permits them


As well as enjoying the torrent of abuse directed by commentators at Milliband for its own sake, there's also a small glimmer of hope from the fact that, in spite of that blanket of skewed mass media coverage of the Ossetian conflict, virtually no-one, no-one on-line anyway, has swallowed it

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10 comments:

not Anonymous said...

Milliband

I don´t know why,can´t quite put my finger on it but Milliband,,there is something about the look of that guy that I don´t like.
How the fuck did a prick like him get the job he has??what special talent or experience does he have??I get the feeling these pussies are given the positions for the sole reason that they are easily led and will do and say anything their handlers tell them to,like a well trained dog.

Stef said...

One of the (many) great wonders of the modern Labour Party is the sheer hypocrisy and scale of its nepotism

David Icke would no doubt refer to reptilian bloodlines

Anonymous said...

"Milliband

I don´t know why,can´t quite put my finger on it but Milliband,there is something about the look of that guy that I don´t like.
How the fuck did a prick like him get the job he has??what special talent or experience does he have??I get the feeling these pussies are given the positions for the sole reason that they are easily led and will do and say anything their handlers tell them to,like a well trained dog.
"

Perhaps being a member of/connected to the Fabian society might have something to do with it?

not Anonymous said...

in the future(not too distant)politicians will be made to wear these.



fuck maybe David Ike aint so crazy at all.

The Army's Totally Serious Mind-Control Project

Soldiers barking orders at each other is so 20th Century. That's why the U.S. Army has just awarded a $4 million contract to begin developing "thought helmets" that would harness silent brain waves for secure communication among troops. Ultimately, the Army hopes the project will "lead to direct mental control of military systems by thought alone."

Anonymous said...

CIA Dope Calypso text and MP3 version.

Check out the mp3 !!

Anonymous said...

I found it interesting that Miliband only has adopted children (from the US I should add) and that he seems to be a popular date choice amongst gays (according to a magazine poll - Cameron was a close second, followed by Nick Clegg). Hmm...

not Anonymous said...

a classic,,,I was listening to Putin putIN it straight and he came out with this classic.

It´s 3.min 27secs into the interview.



Putin and Nicolas Sarkozy to wrestle nude!

Anonymous said...

ok In the Putin interview at 8min and 44 secs there is a clip of the President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili,,,and folks he begins to chew on his red tie,,,yes he starts to eat his tie.
I guess the Russians have a sense of humor!I am assuming they have fucked around digitally with that clip.

Anonymous said...

nope I think he really did start to chew his tie,,bad sign when you start munching your tie on tv.

Rory Winter said...

Somewhat more prosaic but this is the Russian reply as reported on Russia Today:

"F-word was needed for alternative opinion – Lavrov

http://www.russiatoday.com/features/news/30445

Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov used the F-word only once to give his British counterpart David Miliband ‘a different view’ on Georgian president Saakashvili.

Lavrov told the whole story of his phone conversation with Miliband speaking in Abkhaz capital Sukhum.
“David Miliband claimed that Russia was fully responsible for the events that happened in South Ossetia in the small morning hours of August 8.

Miliband not only refused to recognize the Georgian armed attack on the dormant Tskhinval, but also tried to protect Saakashvili as a great democrat. I had to inform Miliband of a slightly different characteristic of Saakashvili given by one of our European colleagues. That characteristic was 'a f*** lunatic'. That's all. That was a quote presenting a different view of the Georgian president.

Anonymous insiders are responsible for any other claims made in the Daily Telegraph blog," Lavrov recalled."

As for nutty Saaki, Medvedev recently described him as an "unpredictable, pathological and mentally unstable drug abuser." The news on the Georgian grapevine is that Saaki is addicted to coke.

See my own blog article on this: http://chimesofreedom.blogspot.com/2008/09/saakashvili-is-unpredictable.html