There’s biting the hand that feeds you, then there’s biting it, shitting on it, rubbing the remainder of the shit all over the person that feeds you’s clothes then selling the story of the biting and the shitting.
Let us introduce you to Peter Mandelson.
Known as the Dark Lord, he’s the sort of gay who buys an Eames chair because he doesn’t have the confidence to have taste of his own so he just buys the most acceptable design item he can get his grasping hands on.
Anyways and hoos, we refer of course to the new Memoirs (are we spelling that with an ‘e’ as in Memoires? He probably is, the ponce). Not enough that he was rescued from disgrace on more than one occasion, he now has the sheer loathesomeness (is that a word? A red dotty line has come up) to sell the behind-the-scenes stories of those who saved him. Or the aforementioned ‘hands that fed him’.
According to the latest revelations in The Times (he’s taking the Murdoch dollar twice: once at Harper Collins who are doing the Memoires, and then from The Times – nice for a gay!), Blair described Gordon Brown (who we have a lot of time for) as ‘mad, bad, dangerous and beyond redemption’ and likened Brown’s behaviour to that of a ‘mafioso’ in his dealings with him.
Thanks, Lord Mandelson. Oh, the ‘Lord’ thing was another thing he got from Blair/Brown that he so clearly was not worthy of.
We won’t have him in the house. Not with white leather Eames chairs to worry about.