CAMERON and Clegg took the train to YALTA. Humbled into submission by the biggest fireworks bonfire any Tory government has presided over, they were still bombastic in attitude.
In front of the world press, (many world leaders had also made the journey ...Merkel Angela, Sarcozzy etc) Cameron spoke his voice very emotional, "This day of Wednesday 10th November 2010 will go down in infamy", "What the opposition has done is awaken a bumbling, stumbling giant out of its slumber, now we are at war and will pay what ever price and carry whatever burden is in front of us in the name of democracy".
Across to his left was his Arch Nemisis who had planned the coalition's downfall. George Galloway felt by many of his followers to be a fine figure of a man with a good command of the language.
He stood up to speak dressed only in his kilt and codpiece with a claymore sword in his hand. his voice, raw power when he spoke causing the speakers to reverberate. "We don't want no big society or high society he said glowering at Cameron,universal benefits is universal suffrage, something which my Gt grandmother thought had ended 80 years ago".
Vigorously waving his sword in the air his kilt revealed his massive codpiece, the indentations showing where opponents had tried unsuccessfully to attack his personal jewels. Speaking in a very deep bass voice he told the audience I see a Tory curtain descending on this country, from Ilford in the east to Windsor in the west. People my beautiful people ask not what you can do for your country but what your country can do for you.
"If they cant,wont or don't then they leave us no choice but to mobilise. I will say once more to the beach dear friends once more, when you grab a tiger by the tail prepare to die. Cry God for Harry , William and St George our children will know for their tomorrow we got rid of the coalition today ".
At the end of his speech Galloway was mobbed not by the public but by state leaders- Gadaffi, Hugo chavez, the Colombian cartel foreign minister, bringing up the rear was Kim (very) IL Jong who pinned a medal on Galloway's chest and told him through an interpreter he was an honorary North Korean.