Brown has CIA ties going back to “1984”

It is now starting to fall into place, how can a no-mark like Gordon Brown rise to the top of the “pile” and ru(i)n a country. It is now most probably because he was (s)elected to do a job quite a while ago.Think about it, this useful idiot has been involved at pretty much every stage of the destruction of our country and has not even faced an election.An archived piece by Private Eye that mentions a CIA funded trip in June of 2004 has been located thanks to Obnoxio the Clown.Bearing in mind the interconnectedness of the various intelligence agencies would it be any surprise if this was the beginning of a beautiful relationship between Brown and his handlers?The transcript is as follows:

Dr Gordon BrownThe new Labour member for Dunfermline East, Dr Gordon Brown, is typical of the brand of mediocre, middle-class careerists who make up an increasing proportion of the undistinguished lobby-fodder and whom Labour habitually returns from Scotland, though he has greater academic pretensions than most.Brown shot to provincial fame on being elected as Edinburgh University’s first student Rector in the late 1960s and ever since his ambition has outstripped his ability. Although, in a tribute, his old history tutor Dr Paul Addison has stated that Brown was “always more than a swot”, it appears that he lacked certain essential social graces. He never fully recovered from his rejection as suitor by the lovely Princess Marguerita of Romania (who works as a computer programmer in the University’s Computer Department) and ever since has devoted himself obsessively to his political career.Before becoming Labour’s Scottish Chairman (a meaningless appointment made on the “Buggins’ Turn” principle) Brown worked on a series of current affairs documentaries for Scottish TV which were so excruciatingly dull that he was mercifully taken off the air (he has two brothers in the Scots media).Once again he has been exceeding his limitations in his new role as a Scots lackey in the outer limits of Kinnock’s kitchen cabinet. A recentSunday Times article which he had ghosted for the new labour leader had to be withdrawn as “hopeless” by Kinnock’s press officer, Patricia “Harpie” Hewitt.In June, Brown will enjoy a three-week CIA freebie trip to the USA (he will get $60 a day pocket money while out there.) Kinnock felt obliged to approve this unfashionable hostage to fortune because he himself had been on a similar trip some years ago.

Is this normal behaviour for a new MP? I suspect not…

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