Wednesday, 10 March 2010

Chris Bryant. Smug Twat.


 Chris Bryant in a speech to Progress:
There's a great irony about the politics of Europe in the UK.

Europe is one of the most important determinants in our national destiny. More than half our trade is with EU countries. Without the EU we can achieve little on climate change, on international crime or on energy security. Within the EU we can ensure our major foreign policy objectives on Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan, the Middle East Peace Process and Russia can flourish.

Yet the moment you enter a debate on Europe you feel as if you are donning an anorak. In fact not an anorak - something far less cool - a cagoule. It's a world where exorbitant language is the order of the day and any old myth will do. Ranged in opposition are the eurosceptics, red, white and blue in tooth and claw, obsessives to a man (and interestingly they are all men), all togged up for the occasion.

You don't get out much do you? Condescending Fucktard.

3 comments:

  1. Remembering Bryant started out with the quango Common Purpose, progressed to be the BBCs European bod, and then finally on to his third Socialist metamorphose New Labour, what else would you expect from a vile little prick like him?

    He's also got that vacant, inane grin, similar to that of Tony Blair. Next New Labour leader perhaps?

    Julia Middleton may demand it.

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  2. Send a photo of yourself in your undercrackers to Julia Middleton along with your job application! ;-)

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  3. Tell you what Chis, how about you fuck off?
    "Without the EU we can achieve little on
    climate change
    Like we're bovvered?
    on international crime Simples, Police the borders, starting at Dover and Heathrow.
    or on energy security Buy some nuclear from the French, they won't cry just because we left.

    Within the EU we can ensure our major foreign policy objectives on Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan, the Middle East Peace Process and (some missing words here Chris you nonce) Russia can flourish. Learn some history (you know, the what happened before stuff) and you would know that the major foreign policy objectives of this country have rarely matched those of our friends in Europe.

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