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04 November 2006

British Brand Bush A Danger ...




One thousand thanks to one of our best blogging buddies, Mark from Ireland (and from Gorilla's Guides), for his heads-up on this great Guardian poll-piece.

Cheers, Mark, mate. We might have missed this, if not for you.


British believe Bush is more dangerous than Kim Jong-il

· US allies think Washington threat to world peace


· Only Bin Laden feared more in United Kingdom

Julian Glover
Friday November 3, 2006
The Guardian


Well?


What have we been telling you?

Time after time, after time, after time ...

All the same, in spite of all we've always said, so many self-styled smart arses - usually sniping from states-side - continually kidded themselves (and contrived constantly to convince others), that we were no more credible than a couple of crazy, clap-trapping old Brits.

So eat your hearts out, assholes, as you hear from the horses' mouths.

America is now seen as a threat to world peace by its closest neighbours and allies, according to an international survey of public opinion published today that reveals just how far the country's reputation has fallen among former supporters since the invasion of Iraq.

Carried out as US voters prepare to go to the polls next week in an election dominated by the war, the research also shows that British voters see George Bush as a greater danger to world peace than either the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-il, or the Iranian president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

Both countries were once cited by the US president as part of an "axis of evil", but it is Mr Bush who now alarms voters in countries with traditionally strong links to the US.
Go to the Guardian to ogle all of the article.

Remember this though - we two told you so - ages ago; something like several zillion times - or so it sodding seemed to us.

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9 Comments:

Anonymous max said...

The madmen HAVE. TO. GO.

2:23 am  
Anonymous kiwi said...

Proof yet again that Blair does NOT represent nor even listen to the people who put him where he is.

12:25 pm  
Anonymous Rex said...

What difference will it make?

If Bush can get away with doing whatever the hell he likes with his own people, why would he worry about upsetting any others - anywhere?

2:47 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i saw a couple of mormon missionaries getting a real hard time from a couple of old guys outside a supermarket today... the old guys looked old enough to be the others grandads.

it was hard but i stopped myself from joining in, and anyway the old guys managed fine on their own ... sent the young ones packing ... good style

8:53 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

oh .. i should have said where ... here in south wales

8:55 pm  
Blogger Sophia said...

Richard,

I just came back from the theater where we saw 'The Queen' wiht Helen Mirren, a wonderful movie, well acted. During the Diana Frenzy and ensuing popular hostility toward the Queen, which the film shows was partly a work of Blair and Campbell, the Queen also thought that British would regain their reason. There was a moment in the movie also where the Queen tells Blair that he too will come to experience such hotility.
Loved the movie which is a neutral but empathetic portrayal of Elizabeth. Blair and Charles are portrayed as trying to profit fro the situation at the expense of the Queen.

5:24 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't for one minute think that GDB and his croneys will let this election boot them out. There is enough stuff on the internet describing all the bastardry that went on 2004 but even more sophisticated this time. Guess what? There will be no independent exit polls!!!!!

7:03 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For those who haven't already seen this info,here is a website that tells how 2004 was stolen.
http://www.smirkingchimp.com/thread/2631

7:09 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There won't be much room anywhere in MSM for any exposes either.

Saddam guilty, sentenced to death.

THAT's the news for God knows how long now.

Fortuitous that they postponed the sentencing day a few times, you think? Even more so that it just turned out to 5th -- 2 days before the US elections.

10:19 am  

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