Uproriously funny - especially his desire to urinate on the general public,
This review is from: Diaries: In Power 1983-1992 (Paperback)
This is an authentic slice of real English upper class humor. As a member of the general public I found Clark's desire to urinate on us uproariously funny. I laughed out loud when he lied to the police and was willing to let the innocent directors of Matrix Churchill go to prison to protect his reputation. What a hoot! And as for his "economical with the actualité" to describe his lies - well, it sounds so much funnier when you throw in a French word like that even if he got it wrong and it actually means "economical with the topical events" rather than "economical with the truth". It's so much funner when you use French without being able to speak it properly. I roared with laughter at his aging lust for young women - it's better than Benny Hill. And as for his racism and love for Hitler - it would have had them laughing in the gas chambers. I would have liked to read more about his sexual predilection for fourteen year old girls - what a wag he was. He's much funnier than Jimmy Saville.
He is the authentic voice of England, and catches the wit and humour of the English to perfection. Thank God the spirit of deference to our "betters" hasn't entirely disappeared. If only he'd become Prime Minister what a country it would be now!
A true conservative and a real Englishman.