On being reminded that GWB isn’t as bad as some

America is the most unjustifiably arrogant shithole on the planet (I mean, for fuck’s sake – US immigration is hilarious. “No, of course I’m not fucking coming here to work without a visa – what, d’you think I couldn’t get one if I wanted? Do you think I’d choose your poxy country if I was going to fucking emigrate? Cuntards.”)

But it’s always worth remembering that – much as we love to hate the current President – that actually the whole country is based on barbaric, shitheaded arsery. See the latest fiasco: the International Court of Justice suggests that murdering Mexicans based on comedy fake trials would be wrong; the Texas Supreme Court tells the UN to fuck right off; the President suggests that actually, the UN might have a point; the US Supreme Court tells the President to fuck right off; the International Court of Justice says “err, guys, are you like Iran and Saudi, or are you some kind of approximation towards a civilised country?”; and we await the outcome.

(clue: in Iran and Saudi, they top people for fun; in civilised countries they don’t.)

3 thoughts on “On being reminded that GWB isn’t as bad as some

  1. Sandy Norris says:

    Don’t mess with Texas. We (Americans) don’t trust the so called International Court of Justice as we put our faith in our own laws. If you want to be ruled by others rather than your own English law, fine by me. Medellin committed a horrendous crime and well deserved his fate.

    I guess we are not as civilized as you Brits (or should I say, Europeans) but your entire comment is “arrogant.” And I have to admit when I read it, I was so proud that my ancestors (from Scotland/Ireland) came to America (1700’s) just in time to whip some Redcoats for the same arrogance you accuse us of.

  2. Jim Bliss says:

    We (Americans) don’t trust the so called International Court of Justice as we put our faith in our own laws.
    Really? But you seemed so eager to ditch them as soon as someone scared you a little bit.

    If these are the laws that can be so readily ignored (imprisonment without trial, secret rendition flights, torture, and so on) then perhaps you shouldn’t have so much faith in them?

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