Last year. Funniest Christmas since 1940. Locks across the country.
Government Minister teaches us about social distancing and staying in our own bloody bubbles.
No fun for you much, you please.
Stay home, sit still, be quiet and do as you say.
And meanwhile, 30 to 40 of Prime Minister’s Staff supposed to do on December 18, 2020?
Throw a lovely big party. “Champagne for everyone! Wine and cheese, dahling
What a thoroughly enjoyable Brie! ”
And a secret Santa where they bought prezzies for each other.
And when news of this comes out, what will happen?
Boris Johnson denies any knowledge of it.
The evidence makes it clear: He lied.
I mean, what did you expect him to do?
Lying is a habit with Boris.
Then we found a video about Employees of Johnson SNIGGERING about the party.
The party that Boris said they didn’t have.
He STILL wants you to believe he doesn’t know about this Christmas ornament.
But that is a burden of the old stinking Bishop.
It is inconceivable that his staff – up to 40 people – could throw a party and he was completely unaware of it.
Are not. It was another big pig to save his skin.
Now Allegra Stratton resigned.
She wasn’t even at the party. But then she found out. She is a fallen guy. A guy fell for the Prime Minister.
Mind you, not to be outdone, a week or so before the No10 mine, that plank Gavin Williamson party at the Department of Education.
Wine for everyone! And gnaw!
The DoE now says it would be better if the party didn’t take place.
At a time when schools are closed because of Covid.
You are not kidding, Mr.
Maybe you think this stuff is not a big deal.
That’s definitely what the Tories want you to think.
But all of this happened at the same time while a new variant of the virus was making its way across the country.
ON THE RULES
After a year of being persuaded and bullied by the Government to do as they say.
Always do as they say – never do as they do. It’s the perfect case of that old cliché, one rule for them and one for us.
So who now, with Omicron During the march, what will be announced about the new regulations announced by the Prime Minister to prevent the spread?
Why the hell do we have to do?
We all know that when we sit there, masked and alone, they’ll stuff Camemberts into their greasy balls, catch mice with their mates, and grope each other under the mistletoe. .
You can get p*** once, Boris. Maybe you can get rid of it twice.
But you can’t keep doing that. Week after week. And then brazenly cut your way out of it.
This is a serious problem. It is a matter of resignation.
And that’s more proof of the incredible smugness and arrogance of this Government.
Government that believes it is above all rules – and what YOU think simply doesn’t matter.
‘Alarming and strange’
BBC is working on a new version of Around The World In Eighty Days, Jules Verne’s thrilling adventure novel.
The main character, Phileas Fogg, accepts a bet that he can circumnavigate the globe in 80 days. And he’ll get into a trifle or two in doing so.
Fun for all the family? No – as I said at the beginning, “The BBC is creating. . . ”
Lead actor David Tennant said that Phileas Fogg represented “everything alarming and special” about the British Empire.
“It’s a story, he said, that will ‘evoke a little sympathy’.
He added of his character: “We’re showing a different kind of stuffy British.
“He’s very traumatized, everything is a trauma for him.”
So not fun for all the family, then,
It’s just that the BBC is redoing its boring, manual, proper stuff. God gives us strength.
North failed again
More than 30,000 people in the North East of England and Scotland have been without power for almost a week due to Storm Arwen.
Some have only their strength was back yesterday.
Useless electric companies are offering customers fish and chips or pizza.
No, they just want the power back, you idiot.
Can you imagine if that had happened in the south of England? Somewhere like Weybridge or Virginia Water?
Power will be back up within the day or Parliament should have been withdrawn.
They talk very well about leveling up.
But when it comes to it, they don’t let a single monkey go north.
Class is boring again
I MUST say how much I enjoyed visiting Durham University last week, where I was invited to speak.
Of course, about 30% of the children have stepped outside. Before I start talking.
So they went together to walk out. This seems like a pointless exercise to me.
My speech was about tolerance, suspicion and freedom of speech.
But they didn’t want to listen and walked out. Please cover your ears in case they are activated.
Aren’t college grades an opportunity to hear opinions that differ from your own?
My main beef, though, is with the staff – not the kids.
Now they are persecuting the excellent Professor Tim Luckhurst for inviting me.
They had absolutely no right to do so because they knew in advance that I would be asked to speak.
Since last Friday, I’ve been receiving texts from teenagers telling me they won’t dream of Durham anymore.
Don’t blame them.
Humans are the best
In the end, the broadcasters got together and decided never to use the word BAME anymore.
It stands for “Blacks and minorities” and as it turns out, most “blacks and minorities” absolutely hate it. Yes, they find it condemnable and insulting.
It groups a whole group of people together simply because they are not white. And treat them as if they were all the same.
Like most other racing initiatives from the liberal left, it is truly racist.
We need a new word to describe our part of the population formerly known as BAME.
How about this for a hint? “Brother.”
Eur a grinch
FINALLY, everyone realizes that the European Union is a nasty, authoritarian bureaucracy.
Yes, even French President Emmanuel Macron.
He was really annoyed when EU officials woke up trying to ban the word “Christmas”.
Pope Francis also joined the action, comparing the EU to a dictatorship.
Attempting to ban such Christian terms has become “a sort of outdated, devalued secularism,” Francis said.
“It’s something that throughout history hasn’t worked.”
Thank God we’re out of here.
Shake your feet in his shoes
I BET Vladimir Putin shivering in her shoes.
Both the US and the UK warned the Russian President that he must not invade Ukraine.
And if he did, we would be very, very dangerous indeed. And stomped, and shouted.
We can threaten a few sanctions at most.
But Putin is not worried about them.
One of these days we will have to fight this tyrant.
Or Ukraine will be the place we are least worried about.
Quote of the week
My quote of the week comes from sociologist Frank Furedi.
He describes the LGBTQI etc brigade as: “The joyful purists of the ever-expanding alphabet.”
Oh, I wish I had thought of that.
Exceptions to the rule
There are NOT many opposing players that can win over fans at The Den.
We Millwall fans can sometimes be a little bit, you know, fun.
But it seems my Sun colleague Troy Deeney is the exception to the rule.
With the dog’s rule of abuse all game, he scored a great goal.
Then finally applaud the Millwall fans. And said he loves playing there.
Citing a series of very unusual messages on the Millwall fan forum.
Troy, mate – you are a class act. And if you’re tired of Birmingham, join us down The Den.
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