Yes Home Secretary

The European Union is vital in the fight against international terrorism, Theresa May has indicated as she said jihadists threatening Britain cannot be defeated by “acting in isolation”.

Rilly?

While the remarks primarily dealt with Britain’s national security work with America, New Zealand, Australia and Canada,

My word, you mean that we can cooperate on security and terrorism with people we do not share a superstate with?

At which point you can fuck off then, can’t you Theresa?

23 thoughts on “Yes Home Secretary”

  1. So Much For Subtlety

    She has not thought this through. It is easy to make the case that the EU impedes our ability to fight terrorism. It certainly impedes our ability to deport people. Or refuse them entry.

    This should not be a surprise. Britain was never serious about fighting the Soviet Army – all war plans involved an immediate retreat behind the Rhine, and the Americans seem to have planned to retreat to Spain – but being allies with the Germans did not help. After all, the Germans did not like the use of nuclear weapons in Germany. Once the French withdrew from NATO, they did not have to put up with German Socialists whining about the way they were defended, and so planned the nuke the [email protected] out of the Soviet Army as soon as they crossed the border. Their Pluton rockets couldn’t even reach the Intra-German border and the replacement Hades couldn’t reach Poland.

    I suppose they thought dead Germans were an added bonus.

  2. So Much For Subtlety

    Well yes but look at that feminised ball-less husband? She doesn’t say she doesn’t want sex with Christian Grey, just her husband. And who can blame her?

    he maintains: ‘Some men, if rebuffed by their girlfriend or wife, might go looking elsewhere for sexual fulfilment. But I can honestly say I wouldn’t even entertain the thought of being unfaithful’.

    That’s the problem. Get a proper hair cut, work out some more, buy some better clothes. And flirt with every pretty girl that comes your way. It is good practice if your sexless marriage ends up as a bloodless divorce and if it doesn’t, she will come around if there is any chance left.

    Not sure what this has to do with the useless Ms May though

  3. So Much For Subtlety

    Ian B – “you started it with the sexbots.”

    Paedophiles? Although if you can work paedophiles into a story about terrorism and the EU you are a shoe-in for a writer at the Daily Mail. Even more so if you can figure out how it will hurt housing prices.

  4. SMFS, it was a reference to the ongoing condition that the first two justifications for the State these days are terrorists or paedophiles.

  5. So Much For Subtlety

    Ian B – “it was a reference to the ongoing condition that the first two justifications for the State these days are terrorists or paedophiles.”

    Well then I am just ahead of my time. Because just wait until the Campaign for Real Sexbots gets started. We will have Parliamentary Inquiries, Royal Commissions, Autopsies …..

  6. The Government thinks they at explaining to a six year old the reason why they can’t have another bar of chocolate.

    As for the Mail story, had the roles been reversed she could have divorced him in ten minutes and taken the house.

  7. From The Daily Mail, ten years from now-

    “Campaign To Ban Sexbots Demonstration Broken Up By Army Of Sexbots.

    Said protester Jane Plain, “It was awful, I was chanting ‘we’re real, we feel, get used to it’ with the other real women, when suddenly this platoon of leggy blondes in revealing bodysuits arrived and just swept us aside with their slender pins, toned abs and ample assets. They were totally artificial with no life in their eyes. At first we mistook them for Kardashians.

    “Jane’s home is worth £1.2 million”.

  8. Well yes but look at that feminised ball-less husband? She doesn’t say she doesn’t want sex with Christian Grey, just her husband. And who can blame her?

    My thoughts exactly.

  9. Let’s face it, Sam isn’t going to be getting any action from his wife if she thinks he’ll never cheat on her. If he wants her interest again he’d do well to take SMFS’s advice and starting flirting with lots of other girls. Jealosy works…

  10. Are we sure that Nat isn’t in fact married to a very butch lesbian? Who is a dab hand with a concealed turkey baster?

    @Rob: why does she need any excuse to divorce him and take half (or more) or everything? She’s a woman isn’t she? She could file tomorrow and get the lot.

  11. That DM article is astonishing.

    Good job he’s prepared to make sacrifices for the sake of the kids, she surely doesn’t seem to want to.

    But, God, what is that bloke’s next day at work going to be?

  12. “But, God, what is that bloke’s next day at work going to be?”

    My thought too, but not simply limited to work. Just walking out of the door.

    However, I am applying my own standards of personal embarrassment to this. One thing I have discovered is that there are an awful lot of people who are happy to be humiliated on TV or in newspapers. Judging by his posture there (OK, hardly a scientific method) he doesn’t look like someone who fears humiliation by appearing in the Daily Mail.

    People scare me these days. They look semi-normal, but as far as thinking goes they are completely alien.

  13. So Much For Subtlety

    Ian B – “From The Daily Mail, ten years from now- “Campaign To Ban Sexbots Demonstration Broken Up By Army Of Sexbots.”

    Surely that would be “Plucky British Women Defending Moral (and Property) Values Cruelly Assaulted by Cheap Imported Paedo-Dolls from Third World sweat shops”?

    The Third World sweat shops will probably be in Austria by then.

  14. So Much For Subtlety

    john square – “But, God, what is that bloke’s next day at work going to be?”

    Looking at him, I would say he is a Civil Servant. In Social Services of some sort. Or perhaps in Public Health or Sociology. I expect they will think he is a hero and treat him accordingly.

    Although to be honest, being taunted until he cries would probably do him good.

  15. If he wants her interest again he’d do well to take SMFS’s advice and starting flirting with lots of other girls. Jealosy works…

    I remember a hilarious post over at Chateau Heartiste about this. He said if a man thinks his woman is losing interest in him, he should head out on a Thursday evening without saying where he’s going and come back the next Tuesday. Then a few days later, he should head out again to a club and call her at 3am, making sure there are women’s voices in the background, telling her to come over in her highest heels and sluttiest dress.

  16. ‘Theresa May has indicated as she said jihadists threatening Britain cannot be defeated by “acting in isolation”.’

    Isolation is the best defense.

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