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Twit of the Week

Twit of the Week

There are so many twits out there, but Mahmoud Ahmedinejad stands head and shoulders above everyone else this week. With nothing better or more important to talk about, the Iranian leader laid in to poor old Paul the Octopus, claiming that tentacled football sage is a symbol of “decadence and decay” among his “enemies”. Read the rest of this entry »

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A malignant stain

A malignant stain

As if her oily husband Tony wasn’t under enough media scrutiny already, Cherie Blair has this week found herself on the end of a complaint to the Judicial Complaints Office over her harebrained decision to deliver a lenient verdict to a man convicted of assault because he was “a religious man”.

This story initially made the news sometime last week, but it has hit the headlines again following a complaint made by the National Secular Society.

One has to wonder what motivates this crazy woman: the statement about Shamso Miah’s religion is one thing, but her reference to the injury suffered by the victim – whose jaw was broken in the assault – as a “mild fracture” is palpably bonkers. If this can be used as some sort of precedence, there might be some hope for me if I ever encounter her husband in the street and attempt to wipe that fixed grin off his face by knocking his crooked teeth down his throat. A two year suspended sentence would be something of a bargain.

OK, while I may not have much time for groups like the National Secular Society – who are arguably just as crankish as the madcap Mrs Blair – I hope that a thorough investigation takes place and that old pillarbox mouth is dealt with in a fitting manner. Well, we can hope at least.

I cannot even describe how much I despise this odious, unctuous and self-congratulatory couple. They are a malignant stain on this country, akin to an impossible to shift discolouration on a fine ornament or garment. The sort of immovable, greasy mark that at every glance elicits a mixture of annoyance, hatred and utter despair.

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