Nanny Knows Best

Nanny Knows Best
Dedicated to exposing, and resisting, the all pervasive nanny state that is corroding the way of life and the freedom of the people of Britain.

Friday, August 04, 2006

Nanny's Threat Levels

Nanny's Threat Levels
In keeping with the "joining the dots" approach postulated by Blairy Poppins, in her war against the so called crescent of evil threatening the West, Nanny has redesigned her threat level warning system and decided to make it public. Thus ensuring as many people as possible are scared shitless.

With regard Nanny's current foreign policy "intiatives", some wiser heads amongst us might suggest that "democratising" people down the barrel of a gun is not necessarily the best way to win friends and influence people. However, we are fortunate to be ruled by Blairy and W who are clearly far wiser than others when it comes to joined up foreign policy initiatives.

It is certainly clear that the current foreign policy being exercised in the Middle East is having a unifying effect, and as such can be considered to be "joining the dots".

It is also reassuring to know that when W and Blairy leave office, the consequences of their actions/inactions now will have to be borne by the rest of us for decades to come.

By the way, the current threat level is severe.

The other good news is that The Bar Steward is now "in charge".

It's going to be a long summer!

4 comments:

  1. Ken said

    "It's going to be a long summer!"

    Have to disagree Ken. I think the summer has now finished around my way. I predict an early autumn and maybe even one of the coldest Augusts since records began - will this be a record?

    I blame it on Prescott and the Chancer of the Exchequer. Clearly had they persuaded Nanny to stay at home for her hols things would have been hotter than Baghdad and Kabul around here.

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  2. Ken said:

    "By the way, the current threat level is severe.

    The other good news is that The Bar Steward is now "in charge"."

    Given these two facts I have re-installed an Anderson shelter in my garden to which I intend to retreat until well into October or until the British public finally give Blairy Poppins and Co. the push. Unfortunately I fear that waiting for the latter may be something of a long time.

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  3. News That Matters7:50 PM

    More amazing Prescott controversy on

    http://nothingtodowithhunting.blogspot.com/

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  4. Big Al9:19 AM

    What's the difference between "highly likely" and "a strong possibility", and "not likely" and "unlikely"?

    "Hmm.. I see a terrorist attack is only a strong possibility today. I feel so much safer than when it was highly likely!"

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