Welcome to an exclusive interview on The Hugh Hewitt Show. The massive British Election of 2010 is going to be held next week and today we are going to have detail analysis by Christopher Hitchens, columnist for Vanity Fair, Author of Brand new Memoir, Hitch-22 and author of the bestseller, God Is Not Great.
You will get analysis from Christopher Hitchens about Gordon Brown, who called Gillian Duffy during a telephone conversation a “bigoted woman”. According to Hitchens, “How many mistakes can you make?” Mr. Gordon Brown. Making mistakes intentionally and secretly, blaming subordinates and then coming out with an apology publicly – Is this the personality of a possible President of Great Britain?
Which issues drove the election cycle in 2010? Was it immigration or something else? Christopher’s analysis was interesting as well as more deep on this matter. Immigration is the only issue British People stick with. In fact, they don’t want to undo immigration like it was before. Moreover they want to get control over it while the Government just admitted that it has lost the whole database of illegal people in this country. And so there are people who now have been confronted suddenly with things like arranged or forcible marriages, honor killings, religious vendettas, things of this kind, that are very shocking.
You will also get a specific thought about “Londonistan”. While describing this topic, Christopher Hitchen didn’t hesitate to call BNP (British National Party) as Racist Party because of their awful objection to the color of people’s skin and the Anglo-Sexagon genotype.
While Hugh Hewitt compared this Election’s Discussion with Jell-o, Hitchen didn’t forget to mention the debate was among three leaders’ on Television, for the first time in British Election History. Surprising but true, the third party called the Liberal Democratic Party headed by a man called Nick Clegg was an intern under Hitchen at The Nation.
Finally, Christopher disclosed his thought on Election’s Result. Here is the Hugh Hewitt straight question “how do you expect Britain to be governed for the next five years? Who’s going to be at the top?” Listen the Interview Podcast and share your thought about Christopher Hitchen’s Analysis of the British Election, 2010.
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