BEING an establishment that has always warmly embraced what the comrades describe as "sterile anti-Akelism" we have to express our unadulterated disgust at hearing the commies
give us lessons in human rights and individual freedoms.
Labour left too much for Commies
I READ with interest that the local Communist Party has decided to support the Labour Party candidate in Thursday's Walsall North by-election.
I didn't give it the credit that was deserved before Delhi, and that silver medal there just proved to me just how massive the Commies
That's fine by me, they're commies
top to bottom, deserving of slow starvation in their dotage, but Walker was more compassionate.
BACK in the Cold War days they ran public information campaigns about what to do in case of a nuclear attack (apparently hiding under the kitchen table with water, baked beans and a torch would show the Commies
what we were made of).
The Communities Secretary told activists that he keeps a picture of Che Guevara in his office, revealing: "It's there to remind me that without constant vigilance the cigar-chomping commies
will take over.
She's a former Commie
who testified about the Commies
taking over the Catholic Church.
Two days before Christmas, my father's textile factories had been burned to the ground by the commies
, even though they had been shut down the moment Greece capitulated to the Germans back in 1941.
Last year with the Commies
(Commonwealth Games) it was such a long season but it's completely different this season.
Everyone has had such a good break this time, last year after the Commies
we had a week off and then got back in for the worlds.
I'm not intending to give in to the commies
," exclaimed the PM, apparently referring to making compromise with the largest opposition party, the Bulgarian Socialist Party, formerly the Bulgarian Communist Party.
I didn't know what commies
were, but I was reasonably sure that if they showed up at my house my mother would make them take a bath.