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Sunday, January 15, 2006

It's The Sun: my bum!

Hosted by Putfile.comI'd have posted this yesterday but i got a headache and then i had to get to bed early for football this morning. So, i found a copy of The Sun 'newspaper' (14/01/06 edition) in my local chinese takeaway yesterday. On page 2, at the bottom was a tiny paragraph claiming that Bill Clinton had tipped Tony Blair to become the next Secretary General of the UN. I'm fucking serious! That's what it said! I've had a look at The Sun online [title link] but couldn't find the story referred to amongst it's usual tits and assorted arsery, by all means try yourself, but i'm telling you i saw it with my own two, fucking incredulous, eyes. I'll have a look for some other references to the story and put links in the "Nods" below.

Apparently, Downing St. press officers would only say that the lick-spittle lackey was happy in his current job. Think about it though: what is his current job, in wider, Bilderberg Group terms? Wouldn't he be better placed to do it, as UN Sec. Gen? So let's not be fooled, it's a likely possibility.

Then again, "Set a thief to catch a thief," eh? Who would be better placed to know the methodology of those excuseniks for US led government/corporate oligarchy? Is it possible that Blair has been keeping his powder dry? Or will we see an even more profound and heart-wrenching betrayal of everything socialism stands for? One thing we know for sure: he's certainly got the downright brass bollocks for the job, either way.

Not if i can fucking help it though, unless he can fullfil his duties from a fucking jail cell, the disgusting quisling little shitbag.

UPDATE (20:45 2006/01/15 GMT): So, it seems Bill Clinton made this recommendation in an interview with BBC Newsnight's Jeremy Paxman on Friday (2006/01/13), suppose i should watch more TV, then again: maybe not. What makes me think this is even more of a credible possiblity is that apparently Clinton is after the job himself, but would require the backing of the US Govt, and who knows if Bush will agree to that. Check it.

Nods: SF.INDYMEDIA.ORG BBC Newsnight The Scotsman Chicken Yoghurt

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4 Comments:

Anonymous some_maineiac said...

hmmmm...bill clinton as secretary general...what a scenario (free shines for all???)...i could almost envison a better world if that were to be so...

but it will never happen as long as there is a republican in the white house...and it might preclude the first female president of the US...which might be an even more pleasant scenario...

i know not much about politics in the UK, but since your opinion of Mr. Blair is so highly charged, i would trust it...

as you've said many times, and will likely say many times more, it is the oligarchy which threatens civilization as we know it...back in my day, it was known as the military-industrial complex and it makes the democratic voting process very difficult here in the US

(really can't be arsed this time
for the link, got to get some wood inside 'cuz it's freaking COLD! here today)

"meet the new boss, same as the old boss"

16/1/06 15:43  
Blogger edjog said...

some_maineiac, you're dead right.

The reason i now choose to define 'the man' as 'oligarchic' is not simply a desire for correct english, but because shifts in world politics, domestic law and policy have brought what was previously a loose federation of "the willing" ever closer, whilst allowing the accretion of even more powers by it's various parties.

The fact that much of this power is not defined by law, eg. the power of a corporate body to supplement the foreign policy of a government by economic oppression, is no reason to quibble at the word, but rather evidence of Lord Acton's oft repeated old saw,

"Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely."

And also reason why i fear this oligarchy, but will resist it at almost every opportunity, lest we descend further into a, albeit shrink wrapped, sterile, shiney new looking, designer branded, but nonetheless Orwellian, nightmare.

16/1/06 19:13  
Anonymous some_maineiac said...

my dear fellow, you are the one who is "dead right"...says so at the top of the page...i merely agree with your philosophy...

best to you on your daily journey to the end of your days! (may it be a long one)

16/1/06 20:42  
Blogger edjog said...

Like that! Same to you, friend.

17/1/06 00:25  

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