Wednesday, 30 January 2008

Political Cancer UK pt.2: David Miliband


David Miliband is pushing through the transfer of Sovereignty ON LOAN to him and all MPs by the British Electorate. He has no right to hand over something loaned to him. Even when he does, the rightful owners are legally entitled to take back what is theirs.

Stand this man next to a traitor, and you could not fit a cigarette paper between them.

4 comments:

Phil A said...

Nothing I would disagree with there. You have him - and all his cronies pegged.

If only I had any confidence that any politician of any stripe would do something about claiming those purloined rights.

Henry North London said...

I have put up my post about the fence post because I dont feel like writing it tomorrow

Its no 9 in your series

Is there no way we can force a general election?

Bretwalda Edwin-Higham said...

I've been visiting the worng blog. Thought you hadn't posted for a while - Nov 2006.

Phil A said...

Henry, There was that e-petition for an election that had go no publicity and was near the end of it’s sign by period, until that the prat Brown smugly advertised in parliament as an example of no demand for one.

It promptly got swamped with signatures.

It racked up 16,180 in the end – fat lot of difference that made.