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Bonkers.

“One thing I learned on my two visits to North Korea is that this is a cohesive political entity and society”

Is that right George? Whilst this blog would not pretend we have a perfect society here, I wonder whether North Korea would afford you the democratic right to be elected to parliament? And then for you to unerringly take the side of every opponent of the state whether rightly or wrongly?

I don’t think so. They’d be too politically cohesive for that.

And what part of Dundee does that accent come from?

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8 Responses

  1. Sorry, Big Rab, I’m 100% with George on this one.

    • I think that in fairness to George, that his political dissent should be dealt with in the way it is in DPRK. “Cohesiveness” is clearly something he approves of, so therefore he wouldn’t mind I’m sure being shot in the street in front of his neighbours and their children. It’s why everyone claps so hard in the presence of the dear leader.

  2. Eh come fae Dundee Rab ev never heard abody speak lik that

  3. Rab, I bow to your superior knowledge as clearly you have been to the DPRK on many occasions and have witnessed the things first hand.

  4. I haven’t witnessed first hand. I have however read many accounts of events in the DPRK, most recently here http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/north-korea-barbaric-regime-revealed-1828378
    I’d suggest that such reports have verisimilitude.

  5. Are you sure it was Millibands wrist that broke…..?

  6. A former boss of mine who had been a member of ‘Militant’ back in the day, said that even they considered George to be a bit of a ‘nutter’

  7. An unprincipled and quite nasty piece of work.

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