Oh dear, my word!

Italy’s prime minister, Giuseppe Conte, had at one stage warned his Dutch counterpart, Mark Rutte, who led the way on reducing the level of grants, that he might become a hero at home but that he faced being blamed by the rest of Europe for his lack of solidarity.

So, what do you prefer? Being carried shoulder high by swarms of cheering cloggies or having the approbation of some few thousand federast tranzis?

11 thoughts on “Oh dear, my word!”

  1. So Much For Subtlety

    Rutte has reached the peak of his profession in the Netherlands. He can only look forward to retirement.

    Or he can move on up into the world of the EU gravy train. Perhaps some international NGO like the World Bank or the FAO.

    For that he needs the support of the other kleptocratic oligarchs like Conte.

    So I am sure he will acrew the cloggies.

  2. “So, what do you prefer? ”

    So Much pipped me to the post. I was simply going to say that I preferred the support of the people from whom the money came….

  3. Dennis, Offender of Krauts, Frogs and other Wogs

    Italy’s prime minister, Giuseppe Conte, had at one stage warned his Dutch counterpart, Mark Rutte, who led the way on reducing the level of grants, that he might become a hero at home but that he faced being blamed by the rest of Europe for his lack of solidarity.

    Conte’s warning is the sort of thing one does when doesn’t actually have a compelling argument for one’s position.

    And when has there ever been political solidarity among the countries of Europe? Usually the best that one can hope for is to keep the number of invasions, wars and mass killings contained to one or two decades of each century.

  4. Macron is said to have banged his fist on the table. They must have adjourned to change their underpants.

  5. Dunno, I’d not like to wake up to a bloody horse head at the foot of my bed and a greasy Wop shouting Shuddupa You Face at me

  6. Not so fast, Mr E. Monsieur le petit metrosexuel ‘e ‘as been tuffeur zan ze blond rosbif (le pipe, tant a vous) on ze black laf matteurs bollocques.

  7. Ivan Ooze would be hard pressed to keep up with the slime that is Euro-political shite. They have betrayed their nations and squeal with pleasure at their treachery.

  8. Twat of the week – Ian Collins

    – “Face masks WILL NOT reduce blood O2 levels or increase CO2 levels”
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lMbDzy11fg
    imo He’s opened himself up to being sued for dangerous false statements contributing to a Granny’s death
    Notable nobody supporting masks phones in – TR should cancel Mr Twat

    “Seen To Be Doing Something”
    There is information on face masks ‘desperate politicians prefer not to tell’
    Imposition of face masks merely represents “the state’s stupidity and refusal to speak the truth”
    Lancet “Wearing needs Risk Assessment”
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SU5tvpJOYA

  9. @ Pcar
    There was a piece on “The Conversation” a week or so ago by a university lecturer who had run an experiment (bravely using herself as the guinea-pig) which showed that using a facemask while exercising *did* increase CO2 levels and decrease O2 levels.
    They certainly reduce efficiency of breathing and I have no intention of ever racing in a facemask.
    One just has to think [OK, beyond the ability of Grauniad journalists] that the mask is there to prevent droplets leaving the masked area by having pores so fine that droplets cannot pass through them. As a consequence the flow of air through the mask will be slower than through an imaginary barrier in an identical location. So some of what one breathes in is air that one has just breathed out including CO2 at a level intermediate between the level of CO2 in exhaled air and that of CO2 in the remaining atmosphere. This will lead to a gradual build-up of CO2 inside the mask and in the air entering and leaving the lungs.
    For those who have not had the misfortune to study hydrodynamics, may I liken breathing through a mask to pouring a can of water through a sieve filled to a depth of a couple of inches with fine gravel – it takes longer for the water to drain through than when pouring an identical can of water through a hula-hoop. Analogously there is still some just-exhaled air within the mask when one breathes in.

  10. Sorry I should have included that the air in the mask will have a lower O2 level than the general atmosphere and hence there will be a slow diminution of the O2 in the lungs and, eventually, the bloodstream.

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