Friday, May 21, 2010

An Open Letter To Denis MacShane, from President Lula of Brazil

Dear Denis,

I'm trying to broker a deal on Iran's fucking nuclear reprocessing, for the benefit of those countries within missile range of Tehran which last time I checked Brasil was not one. Did you not realise that? Thought not. Last time I do a favour for you.

Love,

Lula.

PS: I am glad to hear you had a nice time chasing the birds round Copacabana in the 70s, but frankly I don't know you from Adam, or any other specky twat from the British labour movement of that era. To be honest, all your pasty asses tend to blend into one at the best of times.

7 Comments:

Anonymous BenSix said...

God, that "open letter" was nauseating. I had to check and see if, while my back was turned, Brazil had elected a four year-old.

MacShane had a very strange column on Afghanistan, as well. He lurches into sensibility, then spins off on an odd, cockeyed Asiatic tour.

5/21/2010 03:56:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Surely Turkey being part of it must be much more of a betrayal for him?

5/21/2010 04:01:00 PM  
Blogger Matthew said...

What a wonderful closing down present! There was I assuming, obviously but wrongly, that Michael J Totten had written the most embarassing article of all time, and - in extra time - D McS bests it.

5/21/2010 08:45:00 PM  
Anonymous Lobby Ludd said...

The bit I love is:

"Your appeals for solidarity from European comrades were transmitted via the International Metalworkers Federation where I worked in exile from Margaret Thatcher’s anti-labor England."

He 'worked in exile from Margaret Thatcher’s anti-labor England'.

What can you say to that, other than 'you pointless, insensitive prick'.

5/21/2010 11:10:00 PM  
Blogger FlyingRodent said...

Those of you with Twitter accounts, I suggest you follow Denis. He's like that all the time.

5/21/2010 11:13:00 PM  
OpenID yorksranter said...

MacShane, the guy who went from smuggling photocopiers for Solidarnosc with the International Metalworkers Federation to being more right-wing than the International Monetary Fund.

5/24/2010 10:37:00 AM  
Anonymous skidmarx said...

A Brazlian friend writes that McShane's letter sounds like a spoof as well.

5/25/2010 02:05:00 PM  

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