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Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Waking The Brain Dead

Serves my doppelgänger right for a) going off for a month's rest and b) leaving the brain dead to run the mortuary in the meantime.

Oh, dear. What a pig's a**e I seem to have made of things with no-one here to steer me in the right direction. I have nearly managed to blow out what little life was left in the decaying political corpse of the Labour Party with my slightly hard line positions on counter-terrorism, state control, suppression of dissent, removal of superfluous freedoms and support for the Fourth Reich expressed here previously.

I now feature on the front pages of the websites of both the Hackney Conservatives and Hackney Liberal Democrats - which, judging by the fact that both were similarly written in proper English, employing correct spelling and punctuation, were both ghost-written by the ex-Labour turncoat and number 1 candidate for extraordinary rendition to Guantanamo Bay, Meral Ece.

I'm braced for another exciting story in the Hackney Groveller.

13 comments:

lord london fields lido said...

It's delightful to have you back. Really.

Anonymous said...

Welcome back, your alter ego has really lost the plot in your absence - sanity has returned!!

Exile said...

Welcome back. I wasn't a regular reader before, but now I have discovered just how shitty LA really is I will become one of your regulars.

dyanne costello said...

Whew! I thought you were a victim of identity theft. Glad you are back.

Piers Gaveston said...

According to today's Daily Mail you don't live in Sandringham Road after all. You live in Kingsland Road and you are "unmasked ... as a former public schoolboy from middle-class suburbia". Phew! That's alright then.

Luke Deadhurst said...

Don't get over-excited. I've passed over to the other side. But my ghost may return from time to time, if my corporeal alter ego starts causing too much trouble.

Homerton Village said...

Welcome back, my life has been an empty black hole since you went awol. Bit like the ginger twat'a skull

lord london fields lido said...

hmmm... so you're speaking from beyond the veil, whereas the other akehurst's ideas are beyond the pale.

lord london fields lido said...

sorry.

that really was poor.

Luke Akehurst said...

Poor? That was piss poor. I suspect you are pissed. Been on the spirits again?

Luke Akehurst said...

Piers Gaveston said...
According to today's Daily Mail you don't live in Sandringham Road after all.


You must be an Islingtonian. Give Sandringham Road its proper name. It's da front line. Or Argosland, if you are white.

Jules, Marquess Shoreditch of the East End (MA Brist. Port extra) said...

You should never have gone away. Please keep it up regularly, I like the warm feeling of gently mocking the Thatcherite prat when he triangulates himself up his own jacksie.

Adolph Careinthecommunity said...

Where are you at this time of global crisis? Akehurst for Prime Minister, I say.