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Monday, 30 March 2009

Daniel Hannan v Gordon Brown the "Brezhnev era Apparatchik" UPDATED

This is a must view; if only New Zealand politicians could debate and insult each other with this level of panache (and reason this well as well) then people other than David Farrar might tune in to parliament TV (ok, I watch it too).

Daniel Hannan is a writer and journalist and has been Conservative MEP (Member of the European Parliament) for South East England since 1999. He writes of this video footage, "Gordon Brown was in town in advance of the G20 summit. There were a couple of things I wanted to tell him on behalf of my constituents:"

Hat Tip:
True Paradigm

I wonder if Daniel would like to move to Auckland, to Mt Albert to be precise, as there's a vacancy opening up there soon he'd be more than qualified for.

UPDATE: There is an interview with Daniel Hannan on Vox Popoli following the aftermath that this speech being broadcast on You Tube caused.


  1. That was a great interview. One comment on his "unanimous" statement near the end in regards to the GOP. The vote on the stimulus bill was "almost" unanimous, but not quite. It was unanimous in the House, but 3 Republicans voted for it in the Senate.

    The sad thing -- if only 1 of those 3 had voted no, it would not have passed. It would have probably gone back into deliberations with the Democrats hoping to pass it later, but it would have at least bought us some time.

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