Last week David Cameron shared a plane to the Middle East, with arms dealers, and did so with inglorious timing, since it coincided with the spreading conflict in that part of the world. We are living in cash-strapped times but I am not at all sure that the sale of arms should be our priority, and as we write it is actually possible that arms from the same source are being directed at the SAS, as they try to rescue the oil working Brits from the desert oil fields.
Before David Cameron left for the Middle East, he had already abolished The Film Council that had successfully financed a glorious success in Hollywood, making a big return on a very small investment of public money in The Kings Speech. Something which will not be repeated because of inglorious incompetent political choices, by Inglorious Bastards.
We are all cash-strapped but not the HSBC, who today announced their profits which have more than doubled to £11.8bn. These Inglorious Bastards have apparently earned their inglorious fat bonuses. How did they do that?
Thank you Quentin Tarantino for an irresistible phrase.