Blimey, David Ike is right!!!
Scroll down to the bottom to see what his last words were. I've got a screenshot if they happen to have changed it.
Now thats what I call a swear word he must have been a brave lad and New that Brownie would use it.
That is the most intelligible part of the whole speech
Brown being the failed and maladjusted product of educational hot housing shines through.No one in their right mind starts so many sentences with 'and'.Plenty of 'i's rather than 'we's too.
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Clearly whoever was transcribing the speech lost the will to live. Or fell asleep at the keyboard. Or both.
It's not Chrome
Some of these African languages are pretty difficult to transcribe, but I get the point: no Rwanda on my watch - except Darfur
What did the young lad say? "Ow that hurts" probably.
"His last words were "don't worry - the United Nations will come for us".But we never did. That child believed the best of us only to discover that the pieties repeated so often meant in reality nothing at all. The words "never again" became just a slogan and not what it should be - the crucible in which are values are tested. I tell you, this Labour government will not allow the world to stand by as more than 20,000 children die today from diseases we know how to cure. We will not pass by as 100 million men, women and children face a winter of starvation."This was followed by lots of bollocks about fairness, followed by the gut-wrenching line: "Understand that all the attacks, all the polls, all the headlines, all the criticism, it's all worth it, if in doing this job I make life better for one child, one family, one community."*violent projectile vomitting*
Makes perfect sense to me; I don't see your point!
Wow that's like when you're on shrooms
So that's what tractor stats look like
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