Sunday, June 07, 2009

The new Europe Minister

I don't think Gordon Brown couldn't have found a more suitable person than Glenys Kinnock to be our Europe Minster.

She's fanatical about the EU, her voting record shows she doesn't care about the wishes of the electorate, she's lived for years at the expense of the tax payer, swilling around in the trough along with the rest of her ghastly family and I'm sure she'll continue to do so.

Yes, yes. For this hateful government which shits on democracy on high, she'll be perfect.

Poor Brenda, having to bestow a title on it, though. You'd bleach yourself afterwards.

It's a shame that she won't be in the European Parliament with Marta Andreasen who looks likely to take a seat in the South East. After the way her husband sacked her for doing her job, I would have loved that show down.

Jeez, but what society are we in when the Kinnocks are rewarded for their shocking, bullying thuggish and all round anti democratic behaviour.

I'll let you know if I get a letter from their tax payer funded lawyers. They like bullying with lawyers.


silas said...

As a chap on the BBC said last night, Glenys won't actually be Europe Minister until mid-July (as, he claimed, it was impossible for someone to be both a national minister and an MEP at the same time) unless she resigns from her EU post now.

And as she'll lose some of that lovely pension if she resigns now, I can't imagine she'll be doing that.

Which tends to suggest we Brits will be without a Europe Minister for over a month. Be interesting to see if we miss not having one.

James Higham said...

You don't love the Kinnocks then?

Malthebof said...

I last heard of the 'lovely'Glenys she was touring the South Pacific (on expenses of course) telling the South Sea Islanders how to run their countries. I don't know what it had to do with her being an MEP though.