Sixty Joyless De-Britished Uncrowned Commonpoor Years (1949-2009)

Elizabeth II Vice-Regal Saint: Remembering Paul Comtois (1895–1966), Lt.-Governor of Québec
Britannic Inheritance: Britain's proud legacy. What legacy will America leave?
English Debate: Daniel Hannan revels in making mince meat of Gordon Brown
Crazy Canucks: British MP banned from Canada on national security grounds
Happy St. Patrick's: Will Ireland ever return to the Commonwealth?
Voyage Through the Commonwealth: World cruise around the faded bits of pink.
No Queen for the Green: The Green Party of Canada votes to dispense with monarchy.
"Sir Edward Kennedy": The Queen has awarded the senator an honorary Knighthood.
President Obama: Hates Britain, but is keen to meet the Queen?
The Princess Royal: Princess Anne "outstanding" in Australia.
H.M.S. Victory: In 1744, 1000 sailors went down with a cargo of gold.
Queen's Commonwealth: Britain is letting the Commonwealth die.
Justice Kirby: His support for monarchy almost lost him appointment to High Court
Royal Military Academy: Sandhurst abolishes the Apostles' Creed.
Air Marshal Alec Maisner, R.I.P. Half Polish, half German and 100% British.
Cherie Blair: Not a vain, self regarding, shallow thinking viper after all.
Harry Potter: Celebrated rich kid thinks the Royals should not be celebrated
The Royal Jelly: A new king has been coronated, and his subjects are in a merry mood
Victoria Cross: Australian TROOPER MARK DONALDSON awarded the VC
Godless Buses: Royal Navy veteran, Ron Heather, refuses to drive his bus
Labour's Class War: To expunge those with the slightest pretensions to gentility
100 Top English Novels of All Time: The Essential Fictional Library
BIG BEN: Celebrating 150 Years of the Clock Tower

Sunday, 6 May 2007

Most conservative man in Britain votes Labour to save Union

You know things are pretty desperate for unionists when Gerald Warner feels he has to vote Labour! That's like George Galloway voting for Thatcher to stop Tony Blair from attacking Saddam, if such a thing were even possible. In other words, when such a man is "preparing, with the assistance of anti-nausea pills, to vote Labour... for the first time in the history of his gene pool, back to the Cro-Magnon era - that is a measure of what is at stake."

Mind you, this must have made it easier:

Scotland's Tory voters will be the deciding factor. They are the derided, the marginalised, the disinherited of the earth; and yet, next Thursday, they will wield enormous power - if they choose to exercise it... - if necessary, by voting Labour on one ballot paper out of three. They should do so with a clear conscience, on the honourable principle of country before party. They owe nothing to a Scottish Tory party so lukewarm in defence of the Union it would not even mention it in its manifesto: in this single-issue election, the Tories ignored the issue.

Not sure if it was all for naught or not, given that Alex Salmond and the SNP won by one MSP in the end anyways, but certainly the most brain dead maneouvre Jack McConnell could do right now is to attempt to hold onto power. Best to nip the Nationalists in the bud now, weigh them down with the reigns of power and get their losing referendum over and done with. How Bulldog Brown could call Braveheart Salmond's bluff.

By the way, a very happy 300th to Britons on their Union. Congratulations on actually making it. Just barely.

4 comments:

Beaverbrook said...

This is a photo of Gerald Warner at the Knights of the Malta Ball in 2006, which I stole from Andrew Cusack's blog. I hope he doesn't mind.

Scott said...

2/3 voters in Scotland voted for a Unionist party. Independence only seems credible because everyone keeps talking about it as if it is. It'll never happen.

Andrew Cusack said...

He doesn't mind!

Anonymous said...

How does the government work in Scotland? Who officially appoints their government? Is it HM, or is there some governor of some sort?