Tuesday, 16 November 2010

Fair Exchange?

I wonder if the Czechs would consider an exchange of his man for Cameron? No? Thought not!

Do follow the link, read slowly and carefully - and then ponder where the UK might be if we had a man of this calibre!

10 comments:

James Higham said...

We don't produce such as like.

Witterings From Witney said...

JH:

And therein, as you acknowledge, lies our problem.

All we manage is EU loving and thereby teat sucking Quislings!

The Boiling Frog said...

I wrote to him a couple of times during the Czech ratification of the Lisbon process, he always wrote a nice letter back, often in a quicker time than my own MP.

Trooper Thompson said...

Cameron ain't worth more than the toenail clippings of Vaclav Klaus.

banned said...

" Does the state we have taken over from our ancestors as a specific and irreplaceable heritage have a meaning and purpose at all in today’s world? Do we sense it as something deeply embedded in our minds and hearts? Do we not accept it merely as a sort of neutral space, exchangeable with any other space? Is it not becoming for many of us only an ‘administrative unit’ to which we are losing any deeper personal relation? "

The only person who might have said that on our behalf was Enoch Powell and look what thanks he got.

Scooper said...

I saw a video of his recent address to the GWPF about Climate Change and was very impressed. He seems very genuine. reasonable and rational - all characteristics which are not required for our MPs. During the talk, Mr Klaus refers to the fact the democracy is relatively new in his country and many still remember the communist oppression. This will also mean that they value democracy and liberty more than our venal, self serving cowards and inevitably politics will attract men of integrity and principle.

There is also a You Tube vid of him being heckled by the European Parliament for daring to talk about democracy while the majority of citizens within the EU would totally agree with his comments. Disgraceful.

I think that there is a saying that politicians can't expect to leave Office liked but would hope to be respected. Mr Klaus is a very rare beast that may achieve both. We have nobody fit to tie his shoe laces sadly.

Witterings From Witney said...

banned: nice quote and yes Enoch was the man

Scooper: Your last sentence is so, so true!

Woodsy42 said...

We could make it more attractive with a 2 for 1 offer! We can give them both Cameron and Clegg, that's two party leaders in exchange.

Witterings From Witney said...

W42: Nah, lets offer them 600+ for 1!

Witterings From Witney said...

TT: apologies, missed your comment and no offense.

Totally agree!