Wednesday, 25 November 2009

I looked at Saddam Hussein, Tony Bliar and yellow streak Brown...and I couldn't tell the difference.

Yellow streak Brown was accused of engineering a new Iraq cover-up yesterday by handing Whitehall departments the right to block the release of secret documents about the war.
I thought it was too good to be true when Chilcot said that the inquiry would be non-political and neutral. It didn't take long for them to use the good old "National Security" & "Commercially Sensitive" cards to inhibit the release of information. Its on a par with the release of expenses information we were going to be given - with all of the really relevant information (addresses etc) which would have disclosed "flipping" activities blacked out - also using the same pathetic excuses. It's just another WHITEWASH, when we were promised that there would be access to all the relevant information. Yellow streak Brown just cannot stop himself from lying to the people who pay his wages.
Yellow streak Brown can stifle this investigation all he likes, but the truth will eventually come out. I wonder how he feels, knowing what a coward the whole of the UK knows him to be - and the shabby legacy that he'll leave to his family, generations hence?
Yellow streak Brown clearly has yet to learn that honesty is the only policy in this life. Considering his age, he's leaving it a bit late - even for a politician.


  1. Brown is a dreadful, truly rubbish P.M.
    He has no honour, decency or any redeeming qualities whatsoever.
    I truly hate labour for inflicting this cretin on us.

  2. Sean, I couldn't agree more with your comments

  3. So much for the full public inquiry, then, Brown really does think that everyone is thick except for him - what a moron!

  4. BS, What did you expect with yellow streak Brown in charge?