Dr Williams barely put his head above the parapet yesterday at a service of solemn sweeping under the carpets. This war was nobody's fault, said the Hurdy Gurdy Man, we are all sinners and Tony and Imelda are no more sinners than the rest of us
No, verily I say unto you that in my Father's house there are many mansions and if you want to retire to one you better not rock the boat. Remember the parable of the favourite son who sold out his country, his country's troops and his country's reputation in order that they might have even their arses shot-off and he might reap huge rewards, or verily, as we might say, bribes stuffed in his pocket and lo, was punished by being made Emperor of Europe in an one-horse race and did henceforth reign, smirking, over us ? remember that cunt?
Earlier, the British ambassador to Iraq, Christopher Prentice, said millions of Iraqis now had "their destiny in their own hands again" and could look forward to "realising the potential of their country". Those of them who still have hands, that is.
Archbishop Rowan said that we should now all say a prayer for the Generals, many of whom were in the congregation and most of whom were, like the Church of England, members of the Conservative Party. May God watch over their comings-in and their goings-out of the House of Lords.
General Lord Sir Richard "Dick" Dannant of Conservatice HQ
General Lord Sir Michael Mike "Mick" Spear & Jackson, Black Stocking Brown-Nose Pursuivant..
Amen, the mess is over, make unto each other the sign of Ruin
and go in peace, or war, whatever.
And remember, our boys and lassies and whatever are serving out there for our way of life, so that Alan Duncan can have free gardening services. That's worth dying for. Only not him, of course, or me.