It’s only pork and blow but I like it, like it, yes I do

D. Cameron via M. Jagger

29 thoughts on “It’s only pork and blow but I like it, like it, yes I do”

  1. Naturally Sickipedia is having a field day. I particularly liked “That explains why Milliband had so much trouble with the bacon sandwich”.

  2. Dearime: Only if it brings Camoron’s political demise (I was going to say his end but that is a poor word choice) that much nearer.

    Like Corbyn(e) he is treasonous scum. These revelations cannot damage him enough for my liking. Lets hope something about his missus emerges also.

  3. And to think that Michael Foot was deemed unfit to be Prime Minister because he wore a donkey (jacket) upon his person.
    As a leftie, I suspect that the Mail has turned on Cameron for being too left wing.You have to laugh!

  4. DBC:”As a leftie, I suspect that the Mail has turned on Cameron for being too left wing.You have to laugh!”

    The left getting what is coming to them is always a matter for exaltation and laughter.

  5. DBC Reed:

    There were plenty of other reasons why Michael Foot never got elected. Wearing a donkey jacket at the Cenotaph was a minor example of his lack of judgement.

    Is there a reason for Corbyn having a beard like Walter Ulbricht? The real one and not the one who posts on TRUD.

  6. Who believes in Dave’s gilt simply on the back of an enemy’s say-sow?

    Truth is that Lord Ashcroft has jumped the charcuterie!

  7. @A
    I did n’t say Michael Foot had worn a donkey jacket. I was trying to imply that he was deemed to have worn one by the nasty little snobs (isn’t there a stronger word than this for people who think they have risen in class by taking a mortgage on a house?)who have since voted to wreck our post-war mixed economy by voting for Buller yobbos who despise the poor.They have wrecked both the capitalist and socialist parts of the mix.

  8. On the one hand we have Cameron fucking a pig, and on the other we have Corbyn fucking Diane Abbott. Both episodes show extremely poor judgement, but in Cameron’s favour he was off his face and being egged on by his mates. The teetotal Corbyn has no such excuse.

  9. Here’s one for Tim Newman and any other oilers out there:

    You’re supposed to put the pig through the pipe, not the pipe through the pig, you *******

  10. hi employment, hi migration, a strong anti-malaria drug, some serious anti-cancer advances…I’m from the US so I can’t claim expertise, but it seems ya’ll ought to sow the guy some respect

  11. DBC Reed:I was trying to imply that he was deemed to have worn one by the nasty little snobs

    You poor chap: nasty little snobs didn’t do for Foot. It wasn’t them that cast Foot aside. It was the ordinary people who were silently offended at the apparent informality with which he chose to attend a ceremony to commemorate the dead, rich or poor in life and irrespective of background.

    The cardinal error of warriors in the class struggle is to think that working class people expect their leaders to mirror them when in reality they expect those leaders to be better dressed, have neater handwriting and be able to articulate their aspirations better often than they can for themselves.

  12. @TMB
    The nasty little class warriors did for Foot and this country by insisting on the abolition of schedule A of Income Tax on housing in 1963 and squealing that nasty workers were doing better than they by engaging in useful work whereas they deserved favour for owning their own houses. Enoch Powell poured scorn on those who wanted to get rid of Schedule A to let house prices rip(see Hansard) and those who blamed the unions and workers for inflation:he called them innocent as new born lambs.
    We are now living in their nasty little world : the country is well on the way to becoming deindustrialised and a nouveau rentier economy where people try to live off land price inflation like the useless tossers in Downton Abbey which the class warriors/tossers thinks speaks to them.
    Although a leftie, I would prefer industrial capitalism to the sky high house prices and low wages, supported by Government tax credits beloved of the nasty little whatevers.I would much prefer the mixed economy I was born into which combined the best of both worlds.

  13. Schedule A is A

    What is your next exposition DBC–perhaps an expansion of the Walter Block classic “John Wayne, Father of NATO”.

  14. I can’t see how Schedule A is relevant to this post, but I can reveal that when I asked my father in 1963 whether the abolition of Schedule A was a good thing he replied that it was good for us but probably not for the country. But then he was a clear thinker about politics and economics, not being a socialist.

  15. DBC:
    Have we moved seamessly from donkey jackets to imputed rent? Or is it more that you will just reach out for anything pretty much at random to fight the class war?

    Arnie at least has an occasional spark of fun in him so I think the accolade for most miserable bastard to post on this blog belongs to you.

  16. Although a leftie, I would prefer industrial capitalism to the sky high house prices and low wages, supported by Government tax credits beloved of the nasty little whatevers.I would much prefer the mixed economy I was born into which combined the best of both worlds.

    Who are these people who who like high house prices, low wages and tax credits? Could they be the Gnomes of Zurich, the Jews, the Bilderberg group? And what mixed ecnomy were you born into? Surely not the one where you had to wait a year for a telephone and it came in black, the nationalised industries were constantly on strike in order to preserve differentials, exchange controls meant you couldn’t enjoy foreign holidays in the sun, 2 or 3 TV channels, pirate radio, 20% inflation – see I can run decades together as if time doesn’t matter, just like DBCR – and the government picked national champions that rapidly turned into national disasters (British Leyland anyone?). Thank Christ that era is behind us.

  17. And people could buy houses on a multiple of two and a half times the main breadwinner’s income; could live in London; could move round the country for work; all the main political parties competed to create jobs; there was thriving private sector industry and a strong public sector that saw people through university without fees and private sector apprenticeships for those who preferred those.Other countries such as France describe the post-war years when “we never had it so good” as ‘les trentes glorieuses. We had a revival of the arts with angry young men novels and plays which also became good films.The younger beneficiaries of free state education, particularly arts schools , re-invented rock and roll and sold it back to the Americans.Two or three TV channels produced as many, if not more, good programmes than the hundreds of channels now which churn out crap.
    The problems with you lot are : a) you are only patiotic towards anybody and anything not the product of their own efforts; effort and talent counting for less than pouring money into housing and sitting on your arses till the prices go up b) you call yourselves anti-statist but are, in fact, enemies of the State, any state , particularly welfare states or those based on a mixed economy such as ours.

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