So is this why we heard that the house of aristocrats and clergy removed the Scottish government's rights in respect of green energy?
Might get in the way of them making money
|We are always hearing how many foreigners come here. |
There are a lot of Brits who go there.
|Still, it is one way of getting rid of the poor. |
Only a one-off funeral grant to pay
|Like Eton Boy would do it himself...|
|That's before we start saving on being big nobs in the world|
|And merry Christmas to you too Dave and Nick, you bastards.|
|What a happy Christmas that will be.|
|Are you old enough to remember when there was work for |
thousands of men in these plants?
|But clearly while the UK keeps its WMDs there, |
you lot can just starve
|Oh to be Icelandic, or at least to have their |
autonomy to deal with thieves their way
|It was Dave's idea; what did you expect?|
|Democracy? And how many of the Lords are millionaires? |
And how many of the royals?
|It's NOT all about the SNP or Alex Salmond|
|Two particularly repugnant specimens of Tory|
|Some people have very strange friends|
|See, even St Vince says so|
|What a brilliant idea. We should have more like that.|
|Respect man. You get on down with the poor people, Dave. |
Give him a hug, I dare you!
|If you could call any of them "real"|
The BBC cartoon was amusing.ReplyDelete
The LFI group could easily run with quite a few of the posters.
The last one should be amended to include the fact that Scotland already pays more than £824 per person. So that would be £1574 if their was a £4bn cut.
Thanks for pointing out that omission, Marcia. Now rectified! :)Delete
I liked the BBC one as well oh and the sixth down Labour poster is a possible spoof tris as that logo didn't appear until c1986.ReplyDelete
Aye, fair enough CH. I take your point. The red rose of Lancaster didn't figure in these days adn I'm far too young to remember what the naysayers thought would happen... so it may be a pile of whatsit. But it's a bit of a laughDelete