David Cameron’s Conference Rap.

Prime Minister David Cameron only finished his closing speech at this year’s Conservative conference in Birmingham a couple of hours ago and already the Internet is burning up with a perfect parody video.

Thanks once again to the skills of Cassetteboy, Cambot take a satirical savaging. In fact I actually believe this speech more than the bile which just fell out of his word hole.

For those interested here are the lyrics in full:

I’m hardcore and I know the score
And I am disgusted by the poor
And my chums matter more
Because we are the law
And I’ve made sure
We’re ready for class war
Taking money from the man who works long hours
Giving power to the tycoons in the glass towers
That is why I can look you in the eye
And say This is the party of the motherfuckers
We don’t care about them other suckers
Because this is the party of the motherfuckers
And no, I don’t think that’s a dirty word
So let the beat drop
I come here with flows right from the top
Everybody knows if you work in a shop
We won’t help you, and do you know what?
People rising from the bottom to the top
Has got to stop
We have the bravery
To bring back slavery.
Working in a supermarket
Is just the start of it
My friends
There is no job at the end of it
You will be working for your benefits
Forever.
Let me get this off my chest
Saying yes
We are selling the NHS
And we’ll give you less
And that is just for starters
Even after privatising sticking plasters
It is a social disaster
That makes our hearts beat faster
Now, I am you master
The last thing this country needs is
Us, the Conservatives
Worse than the alternative
We don’t care
if you’re driven to despair
Don’t you dare say
It’s not fair
I’m not saying it’s not funny
It is for me, I’ve got loads of money
This is the party of the motherfuckers
The country is run for me and my muckers
This is the party of the the motherfuckers
We just don’t care about them other suckers

Super Tory Boy: The Game

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With the country in pretty poor shape right now, (current UK deficit stands at £1.2 trillion), most of the blame falls squarely on the shoulders of the present Government, in particular the Conservative party.

Trust the Internet to throw up a light hearted approach to apportioning blame, through the medium of a nifty little platform game called Super Tory Boy, an homage to Super Mario. Players can chose between three characters; Dave, Gideon and Boris.

Play the game HERE.

Philip Schofield Handed A List Of Suspected Child Paedos To The PM…On Live TV.

Earlier today something unprecedented happened on British TV. Presenter Philip Schofield was interviewing Prime Minister David Cameron on the ITV programme This Morning, when completely out of the blue he produced a written list of names who he had found plastered over the Internet as suspected child paedophiles. He handed the list to Cameron and asked if he was going to speak to those people on the list about the allegations. Presumably because some of the names might have been prominent MPs.

Inexplicably Cameron’s reply, (incidentally without even looking at the list), was to suggest that this was an action which could spark a witch hunt against people who are gay. That’s right the Prime Minister was warning Philip Schofield that the names on the list were gay, not suspected child paedophiles, but homosexuals. I’m I the only one who doesn’t understand this response?

To start with the names are from the Internet which let’s be honest isn’t always the most reliable source of solid information, or indeed evidence but Schofield’s actions are just the latest in a long line of developments which point to a real possibility that an elite British paedophile ring  has operated on these shores for over 40 years, whose members may have included prominent MPs. Just last month Labour MP Tom Watson addressed Cameron in parliament during Prime Minister’s Questions and asked about allegations involving an aide to a former Prime Minister who could allegedly procure pictures of children.

Cameron is certainly feeling the pressure mount with this story but to somehow use the cover of being a ‘homosexual’ when these people are being accused of child paedophilia is quite simply baffling.

Three Things About The London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony.

Image from Mirror.co.uk

I tuned in last night as most of the rest of you did too. Not to marvel at the spectacle of what £27m can buy you these days in pyrotechnics and special effects but to find out what Danny Boyle had up his sleeve and I wasn’t disappointed. Here’s three things which caught my eye during the proceedings:

1) The 55 year-old movie director somehow managed for a few seconds to subtly hi-jack the Olympics to make a political protest about impending cuts to the NHS in the next coming months by putting on a celebratory section of the ceremony highlighting the importance of the British National Health Service. It started with joyful bouncy children being wheeled into the arena by nurses on oversized hospital beds, only for them to suddenly become frightened and terrorised by evil dark forces led by a giant Voldermort. A dig perhaps at the British dream of retaining the NHS under threat by the current coalition Government?

Conservative MP for Cannock Chase, Adian Burley, also noticed the somewhat left of centre theme during the ceremony and made the mistake of taking to Twitter to voice his opinion on the matter by tweeting:

‘The most leftie opening ceremony I have ever seen – more than Beijing, the capital of a communist state! Welfare tribute next?’

Which he quickly followed up with:

‘Thank God the athletes have arrived! Now we can move on from leftie multi-cultural crap. Bring back red arrows, Shakespeare and the Stones.’

He has since deleted his entire account. Important side-note: This is the same Aiden Burley who was forced to step down recently as a ministerial aide for attending a Nazi themed stag party.

During a post-ceremony interview Danny Boyle was actually questioned as to why he felt the need to include the NHS at all:

‘One of the reasons we put the NHS in the show is that everyone is aware of how important the NHS is to everybody in this country. We believe, as a nation, in universal healthcare. It doesn’t matter how poor you are, how rich you are, you will get treated.’

Of course the Internet didn’t let this subtle political statement go unnoticed.

2) A German delegate stands and appears to give a Nazi salute as Team Germany enter the stadium, much to the amusement of Boris Jonson and Camilla Parker Bowles who were seated behind him.

3) The Queen seemed to be really enjoying herself!

 

 

Spin Doctor At No 10 Tries To Bully A BBC Reporter.

This video is fascinating on two levels the first is the fact that a well known Conservative spin doctor, Craig Oliver actually confronts BBC reporter Norman Smith right outside No 10 and persistently complains to him about the recent coverage his channel has run on the current scandal surrounding the  Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport Jeremy Hunt and his alleged improper connection with Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp.

The second reason this video is fascinating is that a well known Conservative spin doctor was foolish enough to confront a television reporter right outside No 10, blissfully unaware that the entire conversation was being recorded on camera. You would think a man like Craig Oliver, an ex-BBC executive, would be a little more savvy when handling the press.

Malcolm Tucker, of course, would have embarked upon on an entirely different course of action.