Help! Save England from an unelected dictator
After digesting the outcome of Monday night's PLP meeting, words fail me. Here below is a copy of some Daily Cartoons from The Independent (UK) that help chronicle a very English revolution. The cartoons are best viewed by starting at end of this post, and scrolling upwards.
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From my personal blog, Sunday, June 07, 2009: Brown booed by heroes at D-Day ceremony: Boos and calls of "where's the Queen?"
Note that the following report by BBC News apportions no blame to Gordon Brown. My late father, who served 25 years in Royal Army Medical Corps, would be rolling around in his grave if he knew the Queen had been excluded from yesterday's D-Day ceremony in France and that the French classed it as a Franco-American event. I am too angry and upset to write my own commentary on reports filed here over past week. Will do, if and when I have calmed down and Gordon Brown is not out by next week. Cranking up this blog after such a long hiatus is taking a little time.
Brown booed at D-Day ceremony
The Prime Minister has been booed as he arrived at a ceremony to commemorate the 65th anniversary of the D-Day landings.
Boos and calls of "where's the Queen?" could be heard as he arrived at the final part of the day's events in Arromanches, in reference to the failure of the French government to invite the Queen to the commemorations.
Photo: D-Day ceremony in France, Saturday, 06 June 2009. (Source: Mail on Sunday via comments at Guido Fawkes' blog)