Friday, 5 September 2014
President Putin, NATO, Scottish Devolution, Spies and Ordinary folk
Yes sorry I have used an old favourite picture tonight
Well everyone . . . I spent the morning at the Village Hall Market, it’s a great market where everyone is happy and chilled we drink tea eat bacon butty’s and cake and catch up on local news. Now don’t go thinking O GOD NO LOCAL NEWS. . . no we are an interesting and cosmopolitan lot (I say lot but our numbers are few-ish) and so I was chatting to a chap who’s bride to be is a Russian woman and all was going well until a certain world leader said to his mates. . .Those Decadent Western puppets and their imperialist leaders are weak it is time to start retaking the empire. And besides, me and my comrades are very wealthy we can do what we like now. like fight bears, bARE chested . . . . . . . . . . . HAHA HAH hah ah ah ah ahah Fight Bears, BARE chested . . . You are not laughing Igor I think it better if you do right away. . . . No I insist. . . . .
But events have lead to a cooling in Anglo-Russian diplomacy leading to difficulties if you are an Anglo-Russian couple hoping to marry and settle down in the rolling
hills of a tiny village. Anyway the
local chap said he knows a few people who know a few people and so he has
pulled a few strings and managed to get a whole load of the Western Imperialist
leaders together to have a chat and work out which one of them is going to be
brave enough to go and see President Putin and explain to him that they are
just a ordinary couple who what to drink tea, eat bacon butty’s and cake in the
local Market on Friday Morning. Not
Spies with listening devices hidden in the wheels of wheelie bins outside the secret NATO building hidden round the corner
pretending to be a small holding, which in turn has bugging devices placed all
over the Kremlin. . . . . . . Hang on it is probably best if I don’t mention
that bit . . . . . . . AH DAMN.
Interestingly I note that the Western imperialist leaders say that the Ukraine, which was originally independent then sort of became part of Russian through force but decided to become independent should be left alone to make its own policies and decisions and the West and Russia should respect the views of the native Ukrainians. . . . . . . . Ooooooo it sounds just like Scottish Devolution . . . . sort of, but with less tartan.