What the Clown Said

No need to re-invent the wheel, when we have one already honed with such precision.

I AM Mystic Meg, Bob

Christ, you can smell the testosterone in the union camp, can’t you? They’ve got the Labour party hog-tied spread-eagled over a barrel, a ball-gag in the mouth and the gimp is locked in the other room:

Bob Crow said he wasn’t Mystic Meg but he wouldn’t book rail travel for Easter.

No, you bald-headed fucking blubbery cunt, you’re not Mystic Meg. She doesn’t look like a fucking badly-packed kebab and you do.

Easter rail travel is under threat from three industrial disputes which could halt trains in the first national rail strike for 16 years.

Signalmen, maintenance staff and supervisors are all poised to strike in disputes over job losses, pay and changes to working practices.

I wouldn’t travel anywhere by train over Easter anyway, Bob, because that’s when Notwork Rail cunts up the entire railway network by digging the fuck out of it.

But happy striking, you cunts. It will be no fucking loss if the train operating companies go tits up and you fuckers all lose your jobs, you stinking cunts.

And Bob, I genuinely do hope you die an agonizing death. Face cancer would be first prize, but a wrecked train full of RMT "members" would be a fucking delight of irony.

Lovely lovely union activity.

A couple of proposed reforms – take your choice:

No union can:

a) donate more than £50,000 to any political party, in any year.


b) have (or be affiliated to) more than 50,000 members.

Lacking the option of peeling the lot of them and rolling them in salt, I like (b) myself.



About Al Jahom
Anti-social malcontent, misanthrope and miserable git.

One Response to What the Clown Said

  1. Roue le Jour says:

    Government employees are not working for a silk hatted, moustache twirling satanic mill owner, they are working for the most benevolent employer on the planet. Therefore I vote for option “c”, government employees aren’t allowed unions.

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