Monday, November 03, 2008

On the brink of an historic victory....

We are on the brink of an historic, once-in-a-lifetime victory after years of corruption, failure and incompetence.


Within the next few days, the values of truth, justice and democracy will triumph - and the people will witness the beginning of the end of a disastrous regime.

It is the CHANGE WE NEED.

The Standards Board are due to deliver their verdict on Fireman Bradley and his sidekick Storey before the end of the week, according to gossiping Colin CoverUp.

The pair of Perroni plotters will be given a few weeks to read the detailed verdict of the ethical watchdogs before it is then made public.

They will be found guilty of breaking all the standards of ethical behaviour expected of elected representatives.

The Fireman and Storeyteller will be given time to digest the report's detailed findings and to reflect on their contemptible behaviour which has brought shame, scorn and dishonour to the city of Liverpool.

They will probably run crying to lawyers (but not Sexy Rexy, that's for sure) and will try and do anything they can to avoid the tide of history sweeping them from power.

Both will be under extreme pressure to go quietly from within the Lib Dem's own depleted, dispirited and disheartened ranks.

There will be an appeal to them by senior figures to put Liverpool first.

But Bradley, who will literally be Wounded Badly and a Lame duck Leader, and Storey, a Dead Man Walking, will turn a deaf ear as, typically and consistently, they put themselves first.

All of which means we are in for at least a month of speculative headlines as the Oldham Echo tries to catch up with the blog. There will also be tons of gossip and rumour amongst the great and the good of Liverpool which will keep us all highly entertained in the run-up to the festive season.

Make no mistake - the days of Bradley and Storey are well and truly numbered.

Victory is within our grasp. It is an historic achievement. It will bring the dawn of a new era.

Let the celebrations start on Wednesday morning...

11 comments:

Tori Blare said...

I smell TWO bi-elections...

Anonymous said...

I hope your right Tone!

After all this time and covering up I can hardly remember what the complaint was in the first place. Let alone all the other ones like the guy who stuffed false leaflets into letterboxes in the elections and took the other party's leaflets out!

I cant believe we are governed by such trash

Anonymous said...

Storey is an old hand at this sort of thing. He's been through it before and will resign a token post or two and then continue his fittings for the mayoral robes. Bradley will follow the lead of his puppetmaster, sorry mentor, and resign as leader. The pair of them will still waft around the council offices like the lingering smell of a nasty bout of wind after a night on the Guinness.

Anonymous said...

we have heard this before please let it be true this time

Professor Y. Chucklebutty said...

There are still of course the some other matters to be resolved.

The position of Mr Hilton in this.

Do we have sufficient funds to erect a statue to Jasper Harbottle for his part in their downfall?
A man whom I have always greatly admired.

Will President Elect Bootflak O'Clucas be the new dawn as she takes her seat in the Awful Office at the Blighthouse?

Can the findings do anything to prevent a discredited person being able to wear the chain of Lord Mayor?

Anonymous said...

Should we not have a countdown clock on the go? Say, set it at around two weeks?

Tony Parrish47 said...

No sooner suggested, than done - Liverpool subCulture, the blog that listen to its readers!

btw, we started the countdown clock at 47 days (for reasons which will be reasonably obvious, but also because the Standards Board takes three times longer than normal people to do anything, and we also had to take into account a huge amount of extra time for persistent and needless bureaucracy by all the persistent and needless bureaucrats involved).
But we were delighted to find that the 47 day countdown took us to 25th December.
My oh my, talk about synchronicity!
Who knows - Bradley's head on a plate may well be the Standards Board's official Christmas gift to the people of Liverpool.

Mad Old Bat in the wings said...

How splendid to see your clock ticking away. Just one problem, Swiss manufacture, so it is likely to be a Clucoos Clock.

radiorogerside said...

Maybe its just a coincidence but the leader interviewed after the MTV Awards bash was heard to mutter, this show biz life is not for me, I am after all just a Firefighter!
Also reluctant to talk to the Oldham Echo of late. Maybe the famous cliche ridden statement is about to be released, 'I have delivered the Capital of Culture blah..blah. The time I feel is now right to hand over to another (glib dumb) visionary for her to try and tip toe out of the unhealthy mess we are now in ...and for me to spend more time with my family!

Professor Y. Chucklebutty said...

Quite agree Mr Rogerside. The sooner he goes to blazes the better. At least in the Fire Service the check all the tenders properly.

Waiting for that day said...

Looks like you hit the nail on the head Tone...

http://www.liverpooldailypost.co.uk/liverpool-news/regional-news/2008/11/10/warren-bradley-s-future-due-to-be-decided-by-ethics-probe-64375-22218500/

How the council use Ripa to spy on you....

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