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'Conference eaten by black hole,' wishes Joe

Author: joe

Tuesday, 26 September, 2006 - 23:44

Blair said you have to be a fully paid up member of the human race, before being a fully paid up member of the labour party. I think he was implying that that was what he was, first - a real person.

I am unconvinced. Thatcher was a fully paid up member of the human race. She could at least inspire hatred and anger, in unparalleled capacities. She lived among us, at least in the sense that we noticed her to the extent that we wanted to kill her, mercilessly, slowly, publicly and vindictively..

Blair is, on the contrary, scarcely worth the emotion. In twenty years' time, will people remember him with such convulsion - either positive or negative - as do people who lived through, and still react to, Maggie? I imagine his insides have been eaten away by spinning nano-bots, leaving a fully functioning shell of political veneer. But his estimation of his legacy surely betrays his excellent acting skills, else he must be Canut - 'Under this government, the tide is lower than when we came to power, while the summertime has not failed to arrive at least - but no more than - once a year. What other party can say the same?'

He inspires no Shipbuilding. The otherwise intelligent people I know who say that his heart is in the right place, seem to overlook that there is no heart. He believes in nothing but himself. Here is walking proof of the notion that socialists slide towards totalitarianism, and that capitalists tend to fascism. In his embrace of the third way he demonstrates that any glimpse of autocracy makes political figures of any persuasion succumb to the belief that they alone, can succeed in guiding a nation where all others will fail.

Thatcher had an Assisi-complex, but Blair has a messiah-complex, and like all messiahs (who are all fake), they are only partly human.

Categories: blair, labour, politics, thatcher, messiah, asshole,
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