Oh! I have slipped the surly bonds of earth
And danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings
Forgive me if I wax lyrical this fine morning but some rare good fortune brightens my day and lightens my step. Because the just completed General Election in Ireland has seen two of the most malevolent, treacherous nation-polluting scumbags tossed onto the scrapheap of Irish politics. Both Alan ('Shat the Rat') Shatter and Aodhagin O'Riordain (known to his parents as Aiden O'Riordan) have been given the shaft. From Government Ministers to not even a seat on the back benches.
But not before the traitorous scum had used their period in power to supercharge the population replacement program for Ireland, the success of which can be measured by the sight in every city and town of a rapidly growing dark underclass living on our largesse. Strange, was it not, that during the formation of the Government both were rewarded with Ministries giving them power over this very issue? A bit like appointing Casey Anthony as Minister For Childcare. O'Riordain took his defeat with a faggoty outburst of tears, a far cry from the vindictive power-crazed bully who persecuted a town mayor for pointing out that Africans were rude and aggressive. Watching him blubbering into the camera provided me with a deep inner glow of contentment.
Nothing to the joy evinced by Shatter's erstwhile colleagues who barely concealed their glee at his humiliation. Even his friends hate him! Scouring media comments I was unable to detect a single one offering sympathy. In one sense he's shot himself in the foot because he's done the image of Jewishness immense harm, at least in this country.And you'll be staggered at this - wait for it - but what did he put his defeat down to? Bingo! Anti-Semitism. Oy vey, the sufferink! A claim which attracted almost universal derision and further underlined its already declining power to whip the goyim into silence.
So Shatter, 'deformed, unfinished, sent before my time' will soon fade into obscurity, brooding on the words of Browning:
There's nobody on the rooftops now
Just a palsied few at the window set
Thus I entered and thus I go