September 3rd, 2014

Quote of the Day


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  1. 1
    England says:

    Go on BRILLO,just let Thornberry dig herself in.

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      Thornberry says:

      Outdated legal principles come before the safety of the British Public.

      Panelist: but can’t those laws and treaties be changed and renegotiated?

      Thornberry thnks: Oops I look like a daft cow now don’t I!

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  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    I do hope he receives some ethics and a personality

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  3. 4

    Being only a parochial English lawyer, not the sort of self-appointed dick-wits that infest the box, it was always said, completely correctly, that “International law IS what International Law DOES”.
    Put in small words, God is on the side of the Big Battalions and Might is Right.
    In the case of Russia, however, I think that Germany’s prospect of her lights going out and her factories stopping working at the flick of a switch located in Moscow may prove that sometimes simple fucking common sense and narrow self-interest coupled with the sure and certain knowledge that Weimar was not a good time and IronDome does not work on theatre nukes will prove that Mr Putin will not be joining any of the various deposed Dictators, War Criminals and mal-contents that we are housing in real style in any variety of Open “Prisons” that we use to gang up those MPs who upset their whips.

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