Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Sarkozy: Cameron is 'an obstinate kid'

So, the President of the Republic of France has resorted to hurling insults at the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Nicolas Sarkozy has accused David Cameron of behaving like 'an obstinate kid' during last week's European Council meeting.

An obstinate kid?

No10 has apparently refused to comment on President Sarkozy's remarks directly. His Grace has no such scruples:

35 Comments:

Blogger Oswin said...

Nice one Your Grace!

14 December 2011 at 17:22  
Blogger Dreadnaught said...

Odious little schemer - like most vertically challenged men he has to prove to himself he is the man he wishes he was. Built up shoes and an ambitious trophy wife has still not brought him the status he thinks he deserves - and never will.

Love the photoshop pic - suckling at the teat of Germany - brilliant!

14 December 2011 at 17:29  
Blogger non mouse said...

So beautiful, Your Grace! [[Thank you. Though I don't know why the old bat's looking upward, unless she's summoning a passing eagle.]]

14 December 2011 at 17:41  
Blogger Muggins said...

It's Sarkozy's hypocrisy that is so mind-boggling.

The only way he can claim to think others are being stubborn is by thinking France has some God-given right to block Agricultural Policies and boss other nations around when they try something vaguely similar.

Which is, depressingly, very likely to be what he thinks...

Bernard Levin used to say that "taxes were something to be tolerated, like haemorrhoids, or French foreign policy..."

Sadly very apt.

14 December 2011 at 17:45  
Blogger Office of Inspector General said...

Your Grace. English etiquette demands the following retort from our PM…

Your Mother was a Hamster and Your Father Smelt of Elderberries

What !

14 December 2011 at 18:24  
Blogger OldSouth said...

To quote Rodney Dangerfield:

I don't go no respect!

(Rim-shot from the drummer follows.)

14 December 2011 at 19:03  
Blogger Peter Jackson said...

We should take note of what Monty Python had to say on this whole issue:

http://wwwcrierinthewilderness.blogspot.com/

14 December 2011 at 19:06  
Blogger bluedog said...

Your Grace, this remark is the closest the Dwarf will get to kiss and make-up. The damage is done. The French were gloating over their deceit of Cameron on 1st December in Paris. An 'ally' who gloats over deceit? These people can never be trusted or respected.

The mistake Britain has made is appointing France as her agent in dealing with Germany. It's time to freeze the French out and negotiate bi-laterally with Germany in all regards. Simply ignore the Dwarf henceforth.

14 December 2011 at 19:55  
Blogger Berserker said...

Ignore Le Petit Caporal (Le Monde is very reasonable today and almost praises Britain's stance) it is Merkel who we should worry about but even she knows by her latest conciliatory remarks that hey we need the UK's dosh. Aren't they the next biggest contributors after Germany!

Angela Merkel was actually born in West Germany but her family moved to the Eastern part in the 50's. A rare other way progression. Her father - a Lutheran pastor and her mother were Marxists. It is interesting that Merkel's ascendancy came after Ratzinger's (a German) appointment as Pope.

A lot of Merkel's past is shrouded in mystery. There are even some far fetched accounts that she was Hitler's daughter. (Frozen sperm etc) She was after all born on April 20th (Hitler's birthday).

She has been a very indoctrinated woman and is far more dangerous than the Little Corporal. She and the other no-hopers are about to bring about the fall of Europe. So I for one don't care about being at the same table, on the margins, not in the same room, isolated and alone from that dreadful bunch of self serving loonies.

14 December 2011 at 20:20  
Blogger Dodo the Dude said...

Now leave the French alone! Such attacks might well trigger 'The Auld Alliance'

In 2011 the British historian Dr Siobhan Talbott published the result of research and concluded the Auld Alliance is actually unrevoked and still in force.

All Scots French citizens! This may explain SNP opposition to Mr Cameron.

14 December 2011 at 21:07  
Blogger Hereward said...

Now if kid Cameron was really obstinate he could adopt a "dog in the manger" attitude regarding misuse of EU facilities for Fiscal Union purposes. That would screw things up for months. Collapse of the euro could then be conveniently blamed on British bloodymindedness. The resulting mayhem would make the current row look like a passing cloud on a summer's day. On the other hand, if he turns out to be Mr Reasonable then the veto won't amount to much.

As for Sarkosy. When France crumbles economically he will doubtless face the wrath of his own countrymen. Assuming they can find a lampost short enough.

14 December 2011 at 21:50  
Blogger Dick the Prick said...

Your Grace

Happy Christmas

Love

DtP

15 December 2011 at 00:26  
Blogger ENGLISHMAN said...

Every-one seems to have forgotten the rules of the game.The whole idea as we have seen in England,is to screw up the system beyond repair,whereupon rothschilds frontman will offer the plebs salvation,said plebs will then clamour for enslavement under the new world order,and force those with more than one brain cell to comply with thier stupidity in a wonderfull totalitarian world state,problem ,reaction,solution,and they fall for it every time.

15 December 2011 at 09:05  
Blogger graham wood said...

Thank you Cranmer for this very moving, touching, and lovely picture.
Such a scene of domestic bliss and 'harmonisation'.
"Oh that we were there. Oh that we were there"!

15 December 2011 at 09:32  
Blogger graham wood said...

Cranmer. I meant to add to my last post - your back door will most certainly be receiving attention by the Milice in the not too distant future.
Don't go outside alone.

15 December 2011 at 09:37  
Blogger Roger Pearse said...

The spite and malice is remarkable, isn't it? And all because they believe that it will intimidate us.

Can anyone remember a good reason why we are involved with these creeps?

15 December 2011 at 13:28  
Blogger AncientBriton said...

Thankfully bottle-fed!

15 December 2011 at 13:49  
Blogger Oswin said...

Any suggestions for the wee scunner's God-parents?

An alternative pic might have featured the starveling offspring of the 'Merkozy' coupling : the wee bairns of Portugal, Italy, Ireland and Spain, arms out-stretched towards an off-shore uncle, the Weaver of Raveloe!

15 December 2011 at 16:48  
Blogger Preacher said...

Strewth! it looks like the front of the first Anti-Christmas card,
with Merkel looking Heavenward.

Reminds me of the scene in Gibsons "The Passion" when a sinister Satan was creeping through the crowds at the scourging of Jesus, clutching an ugly mishapen dwarf, presumably the Anti Christ of revelation to his bosom like a baby. YUK!

15 December 2011 at 17:39  
Blogger Jon said...

Dodo - go for it! If the Scots moved en masse to France, we could cut the UK's welfare bill and deficit massively! If you could take the Highland's midge population with you too, I'd be much obliged as they do spoil a good ramble in the stunning Highland countryside!

15 December 2011 at 17:41  
Blogger Dodo the Dude said...

Jon

Whilst resident in Scotland, I am very much a stranger in a foreign land.

I doubt the 'Auld Alliance' and citizenship of France will lead to many Scots moving across the channel. You do know there are more 'down South' than 'up North'? Why would they? We are nicely subsidised - free personal care for the elderly, free prescriptions, no tuition fees, and free bus passes.

15 December 2011 at 18:29  
Blogger Jon said...

Dodo - don't I know it! Just doing my tax return!

Your homeland is receiving significant subsidy too, let's not forget. For years, EU subsidies made up a sizeable portion of Ireland's GDP!

16 December 2011 at 09:05  
Blogger Dodo the Katholikos Dude said...

Jon

Strangely, I'm entitled to triple nationality - British, Irish and Israeli. As a Roman Catholic I'm also wondering whether citizenship of the Vatican State is a possibility. Mind you, I doubt a married man (to a woman) could find employment or accomodation within those walls.

Its good having a choice and I'm weighing my options. Think I'll stay put for now.

16 December 2011 at 13:14  
Blogger Oswin said...

Dodo: international man of mystery; or confused/greedy bugger? ;o)

16 December 2011 at 15:26  
Blogger Dodo the Katholikos Dude said...

Oswin

Confused and greedy maybe but bugger! Never! How dare you?

16 December 2011 at 17:04  
Blogger Oswin said...

Dodo: one is ineffably relieved to hear you say so; as doubtless is DanJo too! :o)

17 December 2011 at 15:32  
Blogger Dodo the Katholikos Dude said...

Oswin

I suspect DanJ0 finds relief in other ways than my sexual conduct!

You do know in common law the term applies to an act against a man by another man or against a woman? It also covers certain acts by either a man or a woman with an animal?

17 December 2011 at 17:54  
Blogger DanJ0 said...

Oswin: "Dodo: one is ineffably relieved to hear you say so; as doubtless is DanJo too! :o)"

I'd rather that he was fully and permanently straight than the late-life gay sexual awakening his homophobia has been suggesting around here. The sexually ambivalent in orientation terms are usually a bane to the rest of us as they carry rather a lot of 'baggage' with them when they dive in.

18 December 2011 at 13:13  
Blogger Dodo the Katholikos Dude said...

DanJ0

That fabled 'gaydar' of yours at work is it? I trust its a bit more reliable when your out on the prowl.

I reject the accusation I am 'homophobic'. Where is your evidence? Certainly I am opposed to homosexuality becoming 'normalised' as, in my opinion, it is a psycho-sexual disorder leading to misery, and to unnatural and perverse acts. Is this an irrational fear of homosexuals? I really don't think so.

19 December 2011 at 16:36  
Blogger DanJ0 said...

Dodo: "I reject the accusation I am 'homophobic'. Where is your evidence?"

You have scattered it around the thread, masquerading it as religious doctrine stuff or the sort of religious super-hero thing some of your Catholics seem to be adopting here these days to excuse your rather more earthly motivations.

19 December 2011 at 19:45  
Blogger Dodo the Katholikos Dude said...

DanJ0"

"Homosexuality is a psycho-sexual disorder leading to misery, and to unnatural and perverse acts. To 'normalise' it is endorse a way of life that deminishes permanent hetrosexual sexual relationships and familylife."

Is that a homophobic comment?

19 December 2011 at 23:34  
Blogger Oswin said...

DanJo: beware strange men carrying baggage. Given half a chance he'd be nesting amongst the soft-furnishings!

20 December 2011 at 04:10  
Blogger DanJ0 said...

Dodo: "Is that a homophobic comment?"

You're hoping the context of it across the blog threads will be missed by cutting and pasting that on its own, I think.

Of course, the comment contains all sorts of trigger words to try to wind people up too. It's not a statement of fact either, is it? It's an opinion, with its own grounding.

Let's take it apart.

"Homosexuality is a psycho-sexual disorder"

You're asserting that. You don't know the truth of it at all and it's looking like it isn't true at the moment.

"leading to misery"

There's something of the Medical Model vs the Social Model of disability in that assumption, I think.

"and to unnatural"

A version of the naturalistic fallacy there.

"and perverse acts"

And a value judgement, probably nestling in a dictionary definition if pushed. That makes us perverts, right. And perverts are bad, right?

"deminishes permanent hetrosexual sexual relationships and familylife"

And an unsupported assertion to finish. Marvellous. Now why would you do all that?

At one point, you were claiming to be something important in the field of psychology, if I recall correctly, though it was all suitably vague. Writing stuff like that makes me rather suspicious. But pushing trolleys in a hospital is important, right? Little cogs and all that.

20 December 2011 at 08:35  
Blogger Oswin said...

Hm. thinks: pathologically fixated, confused ego states apply here. MR. X often displays a duplex/covert script misalignment that suggests ......oh forget it, I really don't give a rat's arse, one way or another, about Dodo's mental state. TA is fine, but a bullet is quicker ... :o)

20 December 2011 at 18:25  
Blogger Dodo the Katholikos Dude said...

DanJ0
I didn't ask you if you agreed with the comment, I asked if it was 'homophobic'. All of it can be justified and substantiated within my worldview - or at least serve as the start of a debate.

So, is it homophobic?

Oswin
Who rattled your cage?

20 December 2011 at 20:44  

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