Tuesday, 16 June 2009

The venerable Asse Hatte strikes again...

...the dreary and humourless PC left deserve to be mocked and satirised, and nobody does it better than the esteemed Iowahawk, whose genius is a daily must read. His merciless skewering of Rowan Williams, The Archbishop of Canterbury; Heere Bigynneth the Tale of the Asse-Hatte is a tale to relish. So too is this parable from Doverwatch regarding His Celestial Fogeyness...
..I saw a truly remarkable piece of ‘Street Theatre' in Canterbury yesterday afternoon.The Archbishop of Canterbury was doing a ‘walkabout’ in the town centre during which he approached a woman with a small toddler and attempted to ‘lay hands’ on the child. The mother gently drew the child away from him and told him “Don’t you dare touch my child!”The Archbishop drew himself up and arrogantly demanded “Do you know who I am?” to which the mother replied “Yes I do and don’t you dare touch my child!”Then in an incredible display of arrogance and insensitivity he completely ignored the mother’s wishes and stepping forward, attempted once again to 'lay hands' on the child. The mother reacted to this by shoving a large travel buggy between him and the child to prevent him doing so, at which two of his bodyguards quickly hustled him away followed by the rest of his entourage. Absolutely Priceless. His Eminence, the Archbishop of Canterbury behaving like a complete idiot in front of dozens of people. You simply couldn't make this stuff up...

Pissed on communion wine no doubt...thanks to Doverwatch, and H/T to visitor Norvile...

2 comments:

MK said...

If the fellow wasn't such a dangerous clown, it'd be funny.

Ayrdale said...

You're right MK, but the point of clowns is to laugh at them.