Sunday, 11 July 2010
LORD FONDLEBUM MAKES A TV AD FOR HIS NEW BOOK
Peter Mandelson donned the smoking jacket and cravat of the archetypal cad last night as he prepared to stick the knife into his New Labour colleagues.
In a TV advert for the serialisation of his autobiography, the spin doctor-turned-Cabinet minister suggested the history of New Labour read like a 'fairytale', complete with rival kings and an evil prince – with himself cast in the latter role.
Seated in a leather chair in an oak panelled office, Lord Mandelson said: 'Are you sitting comfortably? Then I'll begin. 'Once upon a time there was a kingdom and for many years it was ruled by two powerful kings.
'But they wouldn't have been in power without a third man. They called him the Prince of Darkness,' adding with a smirk: 'Don't know why.'
If I am going to buy it at all, it will be in BARGAIN BOOKS at Christmas, you SLIMEY, REPUGNANT LITTLE FUCKER! I hope you and your pal BLAIR, die of something VERY PAINFUL, VERY SOON.