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Great Colbertings Throughout History

 

 

Extract for the Shorter Oxford English Dictonary:

 

colbert v. 1. to brazenly betray an individual, group of people, or institution to whom a duty of loyalty is owed. 2. to breach normal standards of loyalty and fidelity to one's peers. 3. n. the act or deed of colberting ("do a Colbert") (colloq.) 

 

 

 

The Colberting Hall of Shame thoughout the Ages:

 

 

44BC: Brutus colberts Julius Caesar

 

33AD: Judas colberts Jesus Christ

 

1924: Stalin colberts Trotsky

 

1941: Hitler colberts Stalin by invading Russia

 

1954: Tessio and Carlo Rizzo colbert the Corleone family

 

1990: Margaret Thatcher colberted by the Tory Party

 

1996: Mal Colston colberts the Labor Party

 

1997: Cheryl Kernot colberts the Democrats

 

1999: Leigh Colbert colberts Geelong

 

1999: Gary Ayres colberts Geelong

 

1999: Gary Ayres does Geelong a huge favour

 

2002: Wayne Carey colberts Anthony Stevens

 

2006: Wayne Carey colberts wife Sally and kid for "Miss V8

         Supercars" (below). Sally's dad: "If he comes around here he'll

          be going out in a box."

 

A Long Time Ago in A Galaxy Far Far Away: Lando Calrissian colberts Han Solo (at least Lando redeemed himself)

 

 

Related Links:

 

The Colberting Team of the Century

 

 

 

The Guilty Party

 

 

 

 

Two great colberters

 

 

 

 

"You disappoint me Carlo: You thought you could colbert a Corleone?"