Thursday, June 04, 2009

Two Massacres

Twenty years after the massacres in the Chinese capital (which have been effectively erased from the national consciousness there. Someone showed the famous picture of the demonstrator in front of the tanks to Beijing university students last year. They'd never seen it and didn't know what it was), let us hope for a less bloody massacre today, with Gordon the lone figure bravely standing in the path of the outraged British people.

If God wills, Gordon could be gone by next Tuesday, although the Tories think he's their best asset and would want him to carry on right up to a General Election. But I trust the men in gray shell suits will persuade him of the need to step down, following what I fervently hope will be unspeakably awful election results.

Use your vote to show these people what you think of them (but don't actually cover the ballot-paper with faeces if you want your vote to count). And if you're in London, Vote Worstall !

2 comments:

Deogolwulf said...

"Vote Worstall!"

I would hesitate to do so even at gun-point.

Revolution Harry said...

Tianamen Square? Isn't that where the Chinese had their equivalent of the poll tax riots?

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/china/1515335/Livingstone-compares-poll-tax-riots-to-China-massacre.html

And they call the BNP extreme.