Monday, 26 February 2018

Jewish Socialist Accused of Stealing Freedom

Prominent members of the National Gun Association have today launched a withering attack on a prominent Jewish Liberal.

In his best-selling book ‘The Bible’, Jesus Christ, 32 of Nazareth, made the controversial claim ‘it is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven’.

“This is typical of the liberalists’ agenda, trying to undermine the fabric of our society,” said NGA spokesman Marvin Madbastard. “They are trying to steal our freedom to make millions in untaxed dollars and use it to buy the favours of politicians. The constitution defends the right of every American to unduly influence democracy while feathering their own bank account.”

Madbastard, who earlier this year stated that any American who does not own a bazooka is a Commie faggot, went on to label Jesus Christ a Freedom Hating Snowflake, adding “If he doesn’t love our country, then he should damn well go back to Russia.”

Sunday, 25 February 2018

The Winter Olympics is Bollocks

So, Britain has a record haul of medals from the Winter Olympics in South Korea, and I can honestly say, with hand on heart, I give not one jot. I mean, the WO is great if you’re Canadian, Scandinavian or happen to live in the Alps, but what possible interest could a nation like ours, which gets reduced to a swarm of quivering morons by half an inch of snow, have in such an event?

Let’s be honest. A true representation of a Brit at the Winter Olympics would be a bloke from Birmingham, gazing forlornly down the toboggan run, moaning that the council hadn’t been out to grit it.

My only personal experience of Alpine Sports is tumbling arse over tit down the dry slope at Llandudno, with a pair of skis briefly attached to my feet, and I can count on one hand the number of people I’ve ever met who would choose Switzerland over Spain as a holiday resort. So, the question I have to ask is, where do all these British Winter Olympians come from?

If you’ve seen the biopic movie of the British ski jumper Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards, you’ll know exactly where they come from. Edwards was a man whose greatest challenge lay not in summoning the courage to launch himself down a ninety-metre ramp and out into oblivion toward possible death, but rather in getting the British Olympic committee to allow him into their hallowed fold. See, Edwards made the huge mistake of not hailing from a rich family, and the stuffy, stuck up, old boys’ club that ran things didn’t like the cut of his jib one little bit.

British Winter Olympic athletes are the kind of people who can afford to spend half their life on holiday in the Alps from a very early age. Winter sports are extremely elitist if you happen to hail from a country where it only snows once every five years. The protagonists are not required to be any good, only wealthy enough to compete. And once they’ve had their jolly and come last in the giant slalom, they’re made for life as a member of the BBC’s small army of ‘experts’ who get to travel half way around the world to make dumb comments about a minority sport no one is interested in, being broadcast at three o’clock in the morning.

The Winter Olympics is bollocks for any British person who isn’t a TV presenter or a middle-class yahoo. Come the revolution, professional snowboarders from Middlesex should be first against the wall.