Wednesday, September 30, 2009


The first thought that came into my head when I first heard the headline in The Sun today, Labour's Lost It, was the song by Jilted John

Gordon is a moron
Gordon is a moron
yeah yeah
it's not fair

Why could Gordon be a moron?

Well, despite
1. supporting the illegal invasion of Iraq,
2. selling our gold at bargain basement prices to support the gold price conspiracy identified by Reginald Howe,
3. raiding our pensions,
4. signing us over to Europe via the treasonous Treaty of Lisbon,
5. and then bailing out the banks with trillions after causing the crisis, with Ed Balls, in the first place,

he is apparently now being kicked in his balls and told to get back into his pit along with the rest of us.

But hang on a minute.

In 1991 Bailout Brown attended a semi-secret meeting with some of the richest and most powerful people on the planet.

An (I assume) intelligent man such as Bailout would have asked questions, such as
is this a one off meeting?
has anyone I know attended before?
what is the point of the meeting?
who is running this meeting?

His first class travel and luxury accommodation would have been paid for. He may well have shared a sherry and a joke with Peter Sutherland of RBS, Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, Queen Sophia of Spain, Henry Kissinger, David Rockefeller and Robert Zoellick of The World Bank.

He may well have been informed of subsequent meetings, attendees and speeches through friends and acquaintances made there and then.

And all the while, in public he has remained silent on this matter.

Why would an alleged Labour Socialist remain silent on his meeting with these people?

Why would an alleged Labour Socialist cause a global financial crisis and then bailout the conspirators with trillions to be paid for by the working class and the dead class killed by the Liverpool Care Pathway?

Indeed, is Bailout's silence golden?

I can predict with some degree of confidence that Bailout, like the Butcher of Baghdad Blair, will be offered some cushy consultancy or directorship of a New World Order flagship business.

But if he wants to redeem himself he could write a book entitled Memoirs of Bilderberg in which disillusioned Bilderbergers each write a chapter detailing their experiences of Bilderberg, and Bailout can write the first devastating chapter.

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