Sunday, November 07, 2010

Ann Widdecombe dances the Charleston

O, please put her in the Lords.

Being skeptical and discerning, she would have told the representatives of ‘Foundation X’ where to go.

And being faithful and convicted, she’d put the fear of God into a few bishops.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for putting this up. It made my evening!

7 November 2010 at 18:53  
Blogger Jared Gaites said...

Put her in the House of Lords indeed Yg, she has a way with words alright. This has me thinking about Jesus, Jesus the man. He had a way with words and was always emphasising forgiveness, but He had a side to Him also. He went ape-shit with the money lenders and threw them out of the temple, a place of worship where man and God can meet in solemnity.

I wonder about Jesus the man, He was obviously more than mere man because He was out and about healing people and occasionally bringing them back to life when they had the misfortune of death upon them. He never did anything destructive though, and I would imagine He would take a dim view of ripping little babies apart in their mother's womb - gosh, I could imagine that being another temple moment for sure.

I can also imagine that Anne would have this same temple moment capacity to scatter the guilty heart in all directions. Yes YG put her in the house of Lords.

7 November 2010 at 19:29  
Anonymous She who refutes feminism said...

Good to see the British still enjoying a sense of humour. I recall a decontextualised line from long ago: "Oh we'll make Bessie Braddock do a Fan Dance in Red Square... [when the Reds come marching in];" but this realises a better image! The echo of your godchild and Leicester also raises the tone, Your Grace.

Dancing in the The Lords rather than the Commons? There's a thought. Anne W would spoof that sideshow really well. It could turn into her version of "The Fandago" (sic) - or something.

7 November 2010 at 19:38  
Blogger AncientBriton said...

What a great sport.
Perhaps one of the best Speakers we never had.

7 November 2010 at 20:31  
Anonymous Oswin said...

Jared, a small point perhaps, but they weren't money lenders as such, but currency changers ... and Christ objected to their unfair rate of exchange from denari to shekels.

As for Miss Widdecombe, she is a triumph!

7 November 2010 at 23:17  
Anonymous Oswin said...

Jared, a small point perhaps, but they weren't money lenders as such, but currency changers ... and Christ objected to their unfair rate of exchange from denari to shekels.

As for Miss Widdecombe, she is a triumph!

7 November 2010 at 23:20  
Anonymous Atlas Shrugged said...

His Grace is well used to argumentum ad hominem.

Yes, and so am I.

You seem to be indicating that Lord James has been victim to a gigantic hoax. Which is most likely so, but for very few of the reasons you came up with.

The most salient reason why this is very likely a hoax of some kind, is that the people who basically own this world as well as every man women and child living on it, are many things, stupid not being one of them.

They do however move in extremely mysterious ways, as does our Lord.

There is often no smoke without fire, however discredited the source may be today, or turn out to be in the future.

There is no doubt in my mind that such wealth and power does exist, and I have little doubt who owns it, still less who largely controls it. Which is of course the real point.

Truth, is the truth, is the truth eternal. It matters not whether the truth teller is a fool, nor whether he holds any kind of monopoly on it.

The trick is to try your up-most to pick out the truth from among the mountains of lies that have been deliberately placed to obscure it.

8 November 2010 at 01:04  
Anonymous Atlas Shrugged said...

BTW, your obedient servant Atlas has a problem.

Atlas is not as young as he would either like to be, or needs to be given the perfectly gigantic task he has been allotted. Also please bare-in-mind that so called modern human computers did not exist when I got the job. Back then all I had to do was talk to the nasty thing.

At my advanced years, 50 billion of them and counting, the old eye-sight is not what it used to be.

Could someone please care to explain how on this most potentially peaceful and loving Earth I can enlarge the size of the comments section. This so I don't have to read with my ever more wrinkled nose so close to the screen.

Thanking you in advance.

8 November 2010 at 01:27  
Anonymous Atlas Shrugged said...

Cranmer, having read your comments again, on balance I think you have this issue about right.

However you also seem to have not made the obvious point.

Why has the MSM, especially the BBC 'chosen' or more likely been instructed to ignore this statement, and therefore the entire subject?????

Could it be that the whole point of the hoax was to expose something EXTREMELY vital to the great unwashed attention?

Some people may have come to the conclusion that Lord James was being made a fool of, but they might have also started asking some very important questions.

Like for example, what the bugger is really going on here?

Which is precisely what the people who utterly control the entire MSM, and most especially The BBC, have never wanted anyone to ask.

8 November 2010 at 02:07  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, Atlas.

8 November 2010 at 02:57  
Anonymous Tony B said...

Mr Shrugged, your best option is to right mouse click on the link to the comments, and click "Open link in new window" - you should then get all the options that allow you to resize the text.

8 November 2010 at 09:11  

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