Shame on you sir, for having fallen for Green lies in the past. I hope you are self-flagellating everyday in penance. But keep up the good fight. I envisage ultimately that every house could have its own nuclear reactor. The traitorous Greens who protest should face a firing squad. Indeed they are more of a menace to our civilisation than the jihadists and should all be placed under house arrest and perhaps sent to detention camps.
By: Winchester Quartermain on February 22, 2008 at 12:16 am
If elected do you promise to introduce a bill into Parliament banning the expression of that vile anti-human primitivist creed called environmentalism? If you do I would campaign for you until my hands bled, sir. And never NEVER forget your sin in falling for these vile animals.
By: Winchester Quartermain on February 22, 2008 at 12:18 am
Dear Mr Bird
I am extremely disappointed by your softness on this issue. As you are the best the blogosphere has turned up at this stage I guess I have to accept it and assume you are a dupe rather than a Greenie double agent trying to defuse the inevitable anger at our anti-human overlords that will ultimately result in the swift demise of these untermenschen whether by firing squad or hanging them upside down from lamp poles and beating them to death. I for one prefer the latter option for such a venomous creed that has resulted in an unprecedented genocidal number of deaths from malaria, lack of capital investment, lack of jobs and finally the hastening the great white wall of death (do not think that they don’t know of the impending Ice Age, they WANT it man, the WANT it as soon as possible!)
I hope you shall not deviate any further from the righteous.
By: Winchester Quartermain on February 24, 2008 at 12:14 am
I understand your argument. And you make it very well. But I cannot be in support of that level of violence, which would imply GOVERNMENT violence, while a faint hope still remains of the problem being solved by recourse to mass-sackings in the public service.
Though I cannot prove that violence is not necessary, for the time being, I will oppose violence beyond the bruising of taxeater shins by taxpayers, and leave it to others to take the sensible middle ground on the uses and valence of violence more generally.