By Euro Weekly News Media • 12 May 2011 • 13:33
Malaga hospital staff with the heart transplant patient.
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I DUNNO. Call me a paranoid cynic if you will, but I don’t buy this Bin Laden scenario. It’s all too convenient. Regular readers will know I’ve never really trusted Obama. I believe he is a Muslim sympathiser and utterly insincere (His recent pathetic speech to the fire-fighters at ground zero was a prime example of the latter).
Up to the death of Bin Laden his popularity had plunged to an all time low. Losing the election next year was becoming a distinct possibility. Now he’s the toast of the nation.
His approval ratings have soared and, providing there are no disasters, has an excellent chance of retaining the presidency. I wouldn’t put it past the Arab hierarchy to have delivered Bin Laden on a plate.
Well past his sell by date, he was merely a figurehead and utterly expendable. By giving him up they are almost assured their own man will be re-elected to the White House. That’s my opinion anyway, not that us minions will ever know the truth. Do we ever?
One thing I do know and that is that frankly I don’t care if Bin Laden was executed jumped on or strung up by his proverbial’s. The man was a monster who brought death and misery to thousands of innocent people. He was evil personified and the thought of fish and molluscs’ eating his remains gives one a certain ghoulish satisfaction. May he be denied his virgins, all his expectations of paradise and slowly rot in hell.
I don’t think I’ve ever been so utterly sick of politics and politicians. Frankly I don’t give a hoot if Nick Clegg stays in charge of the Lib Dems, David Cameron rides a bike to work or Scotland becomes autonomous.
All I want is for someone to stop trying to be the most popular person on the block and start getting something done. A good start would be all liaising together and making the Arabian oil blackmailers an offer they can’t refuse. The only income these people have is from their oil. They don’t manufacture anything, they don’t grow anything and they are all basically bone idle.
Offer them 50 quid a barrel, full stop. They will have to accept (if not what is their alternative, drinking it?) and the financial problems of the world would be solved virtually overnight. Why does it all have to be so complicated? Well, I suppose if they didn’t make it so they’d all be out of a job. Wouldn’t you just love to be in charge? Six months should do it. Anyone like to vote for me? Leapy will fix it Promise.
Have a good week. Keep them E’s coming. And whatever ya do. Always keep the faith.
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