Saturday, 7 March 2009

Custard and the G20

At the desperate urging and self-serving insistence of Brown, the G20 London meeting of central bank governors and finance ministers has been recast as a 'summit' with heads of state and heads of government. This has been achieved on the back of the 60th anniversary of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (1949-2009) being celebrated in France and Germany in the same period. World leaders are in northern Europe anyway, so can spend a day in London.

Pouring custard over the most important member of the United Kingdom government in the heart of London's government quarter raises serious questions about the competence of Brown's regime to offer acceptable levels of personal security to people vulnerable for myriad reasons to attacks not just on their dignity but their lives.

Despite destroying the basis of the civil liberties of each and every one of us New Labour cannot be relied upon to prevent an assault that was as up close and personal as Gavrilo Princip's exploit.

1 comment:

Bill Quango MP said...

The green Hand gang?