Monday, March 09, 2009

Kinnock on the miners' strike

“My huge mistake, of course, was not, at a very, very early stage, to resolve the dilemma by saying: ‘If these decent people are going to even fight a draw, let alone win, they’re going to have to do it on the basis of a democratic vote.’ The greatest regret of my whole life is that I didn’t make that view public from the very earliest stage.”

(Quote from a TV programme on at the moment)

7 comments:

Will said...

the windbag Kinnock is disgusting filth of the highest fucking order -- a cretin, a piece of shit and a fucking traitor piece of scum.

Will said...

PS. Was henry Porter on any picket line during this time?

I think we should be told...

hakmao said...

"We beat women and children because we had women and children at home that we wanted to get back to."

Dirty copper scum.

hakmao said...

Now Kinnock is lying through his dirty yellow teeth...

Will said...

Meanwhile, Thatcher is dying slowly, and hopefully in pain, while she pisses and shits in her filthy stained Victorian knickers like a rodent does -- not having control over anything in that department like.

I only hope the windbag Neil Kinnock has the same to look forward to -- the only difference being that the slimeball cunt dies at an earlier age.

mikeovswinton said...

Paulie; I'm interested as to why you posted this; was it
a. Because you think he's right in what he says.
b. Because you think he's wrong.
or
c. because you thought it was oemthing interesting for us all to know about?

Paulie said...

I'd never heard him say this - that's all - the 'greatest regret' - sounds like a post-hoc rationalisation to me.