Tuesday, 19 January 2010
Geoff (Buff) Hoon didn't manage to oust Brown by secret ballot recently, but he has certainly put the boot in here.
Yellow streak Brown was accused today by a former Defence Secretary (Buff) Hoon of starving the Armed Forces of cash in the build-up to the Iraq war.
About bloody time: well done Geoff (Buff) Hoon! Now culpability is really coming home to settle. Our parsimonious, fork-tongued, idiot of an unelected yellow streak PM is being put in the 'dock' ( pity it isn't the dock of the Old Bailey) for his part in the Bliar illegal war and the deaths of British service personnel.
At long last someone had the balls, and the first-hand evidence, to reveal yellow streak Brown as the manipulating bully he is. This isn’t about party politics or about “power plays”; it’s about common decency.
The British press has often made fun of yellow streak Brown’s “Hair-dryer” mentality. But the fact is that the man is an unremitting bully. He compromises only when he is beaten or humiliated into a corner, as do all bullies.
This is also about credibility. Geoff (Buff) Hoon was Defence Secretary for a long time and he was generally liked by our armed forces. Yellow streak Brown was and still is universally loathed by our armed forces and for good reason.
The Chilcot inquiry must summon yellow streak Brown to appear before them as soon as possible; NOT after the next general election.
If the inquiry does not do this, in light of the (Buff) Hoon evidence, then the inquiry will lose its credibility entirely and should not waste any more taxpayers’ money. I believe that yellow streak Brown has much more to answer for than Bliar.
Even if the war in Iraq were legal, what a gang to be at the heart of it: Bliar, yellow streak Brown and Campbell. Three highly dubious characters with no integrity, no honour or idea of what truth means.