It is a pleasure to report from our KGB/FSB/Labour HQ in Londonistan, that our British progressives, under the Leadership of Prime Secretary Gordon Borwnies and the Equally Different Kommissar Nick Clegg, have managed a Victorious Defeat!
By conquering the loss of 100 Seat in the Peoples Soviet Assembly of Great Britain, Victory was denied to the Conservatives [Spite on Ms Thatcher portrait].
It is then that David Cameron surrendered to the Mighty Party and took Nick Clegg has Deputy/
We must particularly thank our Komrades of the People's Soviet Republic of Scotland, who had resisted the enemy attack and only conceded one seat to filthy conservatives. Thanks to them Government spending, including glorious free College and a 20 % VAT will descend up this land!
Reporting from Edinburgh, Capital of the People's Soviet Republic of Scotland, member state of the
See Glorious Map: If it is not Blue it is owned by one of the 500 members of the progressive British Marxist Party coalition.
I hear old Brownie congratulated Cameron on finishing next to last in the polls. That was very decent of him, nobody likes a sore loser. Don't worry, those Tory bastards won't last long. They may lower taxes and deport a few radical Muslims and create a few jobs but we all know how the British electorate rewards people like Churchill and Thatcher...Sack 'em!
Comrade WhoopieWelcome Camarada Gonga...Gongueha (Sheesh, at least it's not bloody Welch)
Thank you Komrade, but please don't demean our brave men from Welsh-istan, thanks to those Progressive
Comrade WhoopieBritish politics is such a confusing muddle to us Yanks. Of course that's the plan us Socialists contrived to encourage a One Party system that everyone can understand.
This is why the British Marxist Party Coalition is trying to sort things out, but it is pretty simple:
1- The Tories, are already becoming Korrekt has they refuse to celebrate Ms Tatcher [spite on her portrait].
2- The only bastion of sanity is the UKIP ... who want to get out of the mighty European Soviet Union!
3- All other parties are Socialist and this the glory of Britain : Disunited in all, but united in socialism. In fact the main grievance with Brownies is that is that he didn't do enough, so Kommisar Glegg was to take over!
Comrade WhoopieI hear old Brownie congratulated Cameron on finishing next to last in the polls. That was very decent of him, nobody likes a sore loser.
Actually we trying to get a Coalition of Losers, with Brownie and Kommisar Glegg to form a coalition government despite losing the election.
Comrade WhoopieThey may lower taxes and deport a few radical Muslims and create a few jobs but we all know how the British electorate rewards people like Churchill and Thatcher...Sack 'em!
Lower what ? don't ever say it again Komrade! But thanks to Kommisar Glegg being Deputy/Farting Prime Minister and having various PHD Marxist in the Cabinet, we are well placed to protect our Marx given right to free school, codoms, food and bad television!
The Tory won't last and Kommisar Glegg have a great plan to solve the problem : An electoral reform that will allow his party win every election despite doing what they know the most: Losing!
Institutional Electoral Fraud is what we need Komrades!
Time to pass legislation for Jiffy Lobo stations throughout the NHS.
The People's Cube has recently recruited a top-secret agent in London. Our undercover operative - let's call him "SL" - emailed me this morning with a warning that the British mainstream media is now abandoning the sinking ship of progressivism in droves. To the uninitiated, it may seem that our agent has switched sides himself, but we all know it's mere maskirovka.
SL, in a coded message,Sadly it has taken an election to get a few of our mainstream journalists to snap out of their 'Labour good, Tories bad' mindset and belatedly recognise that the Emperor had no clothes.
Here is a good example:
It will take a long time for the new boys to unravel Gordon Brown's mess
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comm ... -mess.html
You may also be amused by this story:
Treasury chief's note to successor: There's no money
It was a pity that the writer of the letter in question didn't apply this maxim from the start of his tenure.