October 2nd, 2009

RAF Blonde Bombshell Mocks Gordon Brown’s Leadership

A month after Gordon Brown appeared at the International Institute for Strategic Studies (on the day Eric Joyce resigned)  he was followed yesterday by General Stanley McChrystal, the US commander in Afghanistan.

General McChrystal called for the war to be prosecuted  vigourously with more resources.  Flight Lieutenant Victoria Anderton told the general

“… can I say how much more confidence I have now in my chain of command than I had after Prime Minister Gordon Brown was here a couple of weeks ago”.

That she would say that so bluntly, and the room would dissolve into laughter, shows that Gordon Brown has become widely despised by members of the armed forces.

She is off to Kandahar, to serve Queen and country…


303 Comments

  1. 1
    resurgemus says:

    love to hear her comments on Blair if he becomes EUprez

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      Sukyspook says:

      JEE ZUS – Surely the prospect of Bliar as EU Prez is enough to stop anyone voting ‘yes’.

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        One flew over the No 10 bunker says:

        As somone previously pointed out the irony of the Irish voting yes and then getting an English president to rule over them.

        You really couldn’t make this up

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        • 57
          resurgemus says:

          yes, maybe he can drag Ireland into some new wars just to show his respect for their neutrality.

          Or maybe not, as if his kids have Irish passports,it’s better to send some brits off to get killed. ( and keep Euan safe to become leader of our next generation of politicians )

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          • One flew over the No 10 Bunker says:

            He becomes a Catholic then surprise surprise! from someone who demands privacy for his kids we suddenly find out that they have Irish passports and that occurs just before a critical referendum as well from which he would beneifit hugely.

            Will the Irish fall for it. Probably.

            The thought of that bitch slotgob as Mrs president though? Come on you Irish don’t wish this on yourselves.(or us)

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          • I mock YOU for spelling the names wrong (spot the error buffoon)

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          Johnny says says:

          Tony Blair is Scottish.

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          • Sukyspook says:

            On paper, once upon a time, Bliar might have been Scottish. However, like Brown, these “people” have no loyalty to any country (just to banksters) as both are much-espoused GLOBALISTS, working for rich men behind the scenes for one-world-government.

            I’m not being flippant, or merely a tin-foil hat wearer – THIS IS REAL.

            This video is titled “Total Proof of the New World Order” and was posted this morning once again to remind those of us who scoff at such a thing.

            and just search Gordon Brown new world order on youtube and you can watch him openly – IN THE LAMESTREAM MEDIA – annouce it himself.

            I spit on your tin-foil hats!

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          • The Ghost of Christmas Past says:

            Tony Bliar is a mendacious Hunta.

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          • Mario Fabreze says:

            Thisa new world odour, ita stinks!

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      • 196
        Get Smart says:

        I pointed this out on an Irish Blog, the reply was anyone as long as it isn’t Bertie Ahern. The point is it could be Ahern one thing for sure they wont be getting a vote who ever it is.
        How easy they vote for a dictatorship.

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    • 13
      Wingco says:

      “has become widely despised” ?

      I think you will find that there never was a time when he was not despised by thr armed forcrs.

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        Road_Hog says:

        Gordon Brown is scum, he and his party were responsible for sending the forces out to Iraq and Afghanistan but he despises them and won’t fund the kit that they need.

        Well Gordon, there’s quite a number of people in the forces, they have quite a number of family members and relatives and most of them are entitled to vote, so it will be payback time next May.

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    • 25
      Fred Goodwin's Duck Palace says:

      More interesting will be the NATO negotiations if Bliar is involved.
      For someone so keen on wars he will be at the head of an EU fast pulling out of Vietghanistan. Some amusing footwork there no doubt.

      And those who watch the Daily Show will know that McChrystal is not the squeaky clean friend of the forces this impressionable brave young lady might hope.

      He was at the heart of the shocking Pat Tillman scandal

      WASHINGTON (AP) — The parents of slain Army Ranger and NFL star Pat Tillman voiced concerns Tuesday that the general who played a role in mischaracterizing his death could be put in charge of military operations in Afghanistan.
      In a brief interview with The Associated Press, Pat Tillman Sr. accused Lt. Gen. Stanley McChrystal of covering up the circumstances of the 2004 slaying.

      “I do believe that guy participated in a falsified homicide investigation,” Pat Tillman Sr. said.

      http://www.usatoday.com/news/military/2009-05-13-tillman-mcchrystal-parents_N.htm

      Compared to Brown though the greenest squaddie or T.A. weekender would have more insight and empathy for the soldiers plight and the situation on the ground.

      It’s tragic this unwinnable farce is going to grind on for years if not decades getting more unpopular with each passing day and death.
      Hoping things can only get better is not a strategy.

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      • 259
        Hard-Lazing Voter says:

        Fuck the AP and fuck USA Today and fuck Jon Stewart.

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      • 288
        Dalai Lama Ding Dong says:

        Good spot – I’ve heard rumours that Tillman was ‘fragged’ – i.e. suicided, he was going to tell the folks back home what a shambles the ‘war’ was…

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    • 70
      Blonde Bombshell says:

      Why are Labour getting in a Tiswas about that other “Blonde Bombshell” Boris going on East Enders

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      • 77
        It's a funny old World says:

        Cos’ “Corrie” doesn’t want Gordon popping into “The Rovers” for half a shandy on his “visit” to Weatherfield after hosting one of his Regional Town Hall Meetings !

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          Article 38 says:

          Can you imagine it? The Newton & Ridley going sour in the barrels, Betty’s Hot Pot jumping off the counter in a vainglorious suicice attempt, Annie Walker spinning in her grave…

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        Gideon and Mandy buggered each other on a yacht says:

        He did look a complete cock, be fair

        The job must be taking it’s toll on him as he was almost haggard
        (and this was someone in a scene with Brabara Windsor)

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        • 107
          Osama the Nazarene says:

          True, herr braun looked bloody awful during the conference. Time to go I think.

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          • Gideon and Mandy buggered each other on a yacht says:

            DISSENT! DISSENT! DISSENT IS STRICTLY VERBOTTEN!

            Party drones and minions cannot dare criticise anything conservative!

            DISSENT WILL NOT BE TOLERATED!!!

            WE LOVE BORIS! WE LOVE BORIS! WE LOVE BORIS!

            Fuck off to conservative home you little Party hack
            He looked a complete cock
            If it has been newt boy Ken and he did it like that he would get called out for being a complete cock too

            Come back when you get a spine and a mind of your own numbnuts

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      Airey Belvoir says:

      A brave, if rather reckless young lady. For the sake of a laugh at a conference she has almost certainly knocked a big hole in her career. The chain of command will come down on her like a ton of bricks for a political comment like this, sadly.

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      • 199
        Sukyspook says:

        Career v Truth.

        No contest. And if this young lady knows what I do, then she would choose Truth any day.

        I gave up my full-time career in 2003 to “get to know” all about our globalist ‘friends’.

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      • 289
        Dalai Lama Ding Dong says:

        She knew what she was doing – she’s very probably a very short termer – anyone that clued up would not last in the RAF anyway.

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      • 301
        Archie says:

        I would though!

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    • 229
      Anonymous says:

      This woman is an arse, not becase she thinks Gordon is a dick (we all know that) but becasue her silly fluffy head now thinks that we can win in Afghanistan because an evangelical yank said so. Get back in the kitchen love and stick to the cooking and ironing.

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      • 244
        Realist says:

        I think she is doing more for her country than you are.
        R’s hole.

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      • 245
        Pedant Gurkha says:

        Don’t show yourself like that, you sound like a prick.

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        • 271

          Silly tart.

          Great comment on the Times’ website from a serving officer. He gave her a kicking because she will be based far from the front line, in a secure area, running some kind of Tornado admin on a laptop.

          And there is no way she should have spoken out like that. No discipline at all.

          The RAF is stuffed full of lightweight middle class birds. I know of two who were on loan to the Royals. Praised to the sky by all concerned and the (then) defence secretary even turned up to a leaving drinks for one of them.

          When I asked what this latter-day Boudicca actually did, I was told she was ‘ a kind of PA’ to a very senior RAF boss.

          All part of Labour’s plan to ‘change the face’ of public institutions. Teaching assistants with no qualifications and lightweight career dollies in the Forces.

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          • Sukyspook says:

            IMO Lord Carrington’s Binocs, it matters not what ‘rank’ she is – what matters is someone else in another genre is exposing Brown’s weeknesses and the lies that has brought him – and us – to HERE.

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          • Sukyspook says:

            Oh ffs, that’s weaknesses – not weeknesses.

            I must read my posts before pressing ‘submit comment’
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            (reply to my reply to reply #271 of Lord C’s Binocs (now this is all getting weirder and weirder!!).

            Sukyspook

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          • Dalai Lama Ding Dong says:

            She deserves a medal.

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  2. 2
    typical new labour politician says:

    The armed forces are just racist sexist imperialist pigs who would vote Tory anyway. You really think it’s an accident that we don’t provide them with adequate armour?

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      “Vote Tory and win a trip to FEBA.”

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    • 18
      Road_Hog says:

      Bloody hell new Lab politician, we need to give you a medal. Fisrt time I’ve heard a Lab politician speak the truth.

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    • 30
      Sukyspook says:

      …..and for those of us with suspicious minds, ;0) the lamesteam media and “politicians” then constantly parrot those tragic deaths as ‘SACRIFICE’ – but to whom, we should be asking, we really SHOULD be asking…

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      • 61
        T. Bliar says:

        A sacrifice to me and my wife’s desire to own more mansions and become President of the EU. God bless the Lisbon constitution/treaty and the stupid voters

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        • 118
          Article 38 says:

          What voters? The EU President won’t be bothered by having to be selected by the people.

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        • 163
          Fruitcake says:

          Aah I remember Blair during the anti-Iraq march.
          “I do listen, but you’re all wrong”

          a sort of “let them eat cake” attitude, he’ll be good in a palace somewhere in europe

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          • Sukyspook says:

            “Aah I remember Blair during the anti-Iraq march.
            “I do listen, but you’re all wrong” ”

            I still have my placard in the shed Fruitcake!

            Am I correct in thinking that the Catholic Church still practice ‘remission of sins’ I think it’s called aka paying for forgiveness from things like war crimes???

            (No offence meant to practicing, loyal, honest, right-thinking/acting and God ‘fearing’ Catholics.)

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      typical voter says:

      Or change the voter registration rules for the armed services like you did in 2005 so a lot of them were unable to get registered in time to vote in the general election ?

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  3. 3
    Cassandra King says:

    Brown is hated and despised like no other polititian I can think of, he is hated by his own party and grassroots let alone the wider population, he is a laughing stock, a joke, a walking talking warning to everyone of the dangers of the combination of mental illness and the politicla greasy pole.

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    The Queen, it is said, imagines that all buildings smell of fresh new paint. I reckon Gordon Brown must think that upon his exiting, all rooms and halls are immediately filled with smiling people shaking their heads, glancing at his back and chuckling.

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      Cassandra King says:

      The sooner the maximum imbecile is restricted to chasing imaginary butterflies round his padded cell the better it will be for all of us.

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        “Maximum Imbecile” is one of the best descriptives of him, certainly a personal fave of mine (and presumably most of his acquaintances once he’s left the room).

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          Cassandra King says:

          I do not hold with laughing at mentally retarded people, everyone should be treated with respect,kindess and understanding regardless of their illness/state of mind/disability.

          The terrible tragedy is that people will lump all mental defectives together with Brown, he is giving all decent law abiding mental defectives a bad name, the tolerance and understanding built up over centuries is being destroyed by Brown, if he stays in power for much longer we will be back to the days when people poked mental defectives with sticks to see what they would do.
          Adam Boulton did the equivolent of poking a mental defective with a stick and look how he responded!

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          • Quite so, I have a 61 year old cousin who thanks to the bot of meningitis he contracted 54 years ago remains at a mental age of 7: he is one hell of a decent, amusing and honourable bloke.

            See? You don’t have to be a petulant spoilt twunt and behave as you currently do, Gordon.

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          • Biffo says:

            There’s mental defectives & then there’s Brown! He is an evil, lying scheming bastard who has bullied and lied his way to the top of the pile of shit that is the current Labour Party and no fate can be bad enough for him.

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          • Four-eyed English Genius says:

            Normally I would agree whole-heartedly with you re. laughing at the mentally retarded, but most mentally retarded people are not in a position to create one of the biggest shit storms this country has ever suffered!

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          • The Ghost of Christmas Past says:

            Yeah the looney walked into a swing door and tried to laugh it off….the fat dickend.

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    Chomping at the bit says:

    Ms Anderton has some guts to get up in front of all those people and say that. Truely we have some wonderful people in the Armed Forces. Keep save Ms Anderton.

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      Squadron Bleeder says:

      The fact that she looks like she could suck a golf ball through a length of garden hose is a bonus too… Keep safe indeed, Ms Anderton. Hurry back to us soon!

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        A Pensioner says:

        Well said Squadron – totally agree and thats without seeing her from the neck down. Can the Sun help us?

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        • 258
          God Speed says:

          The Taliban will only see the glow of the exhuast from her jet when she is finished with them – god speed young lady and drop one on No10 when you are passing.

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    TA Major says:

    A visit to the Army Rumour Service (ARRSE) will easily demonstrate the Services feeling towards Brown.

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    GordonIsAMoron says:

    Victoria could oil my rifle any day of the week!

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      Right Bastard says:

      She would probably be very happy to have her chamber loaded on a regular basis.

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      It’s the RAF, for heaven’s sake. There are oodles of aviation-related double-entendres, e.g. “she can help me deploy my flaps any day of the week”, “I’d like to inspect *her* load-bearing surfaces”, “impressive canards”, etc. And that’s without even mentioning cockpits, joysticks, ejector seats, thrust reversers and so forth.

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    • 50
      THE ROCK FROM UNDER WHICH CAMPBELL CRAWLED says:

      She Can Come In My Cock Pit

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    • 145
      Phil O'Pastree says:

      I’d need to inspect her undercarriage before I indulge in an sexist remarks.

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    • 146
      Lord Flasheart says:

      All right men, let’s do-oo-oo it! The first thing to remember is: always treat your kite like you treat your woman!

      (How, how do you mean, Sir? Do you mean, do you mean take her home at weekends to meet your mother?)

      No, I mean get inside her five times a day and take her to heaven and back.

      (I’m beginning to see why the suffragette movement want the vote.)

      Hey! Any girl who wants to chain herself to *my* railings and suffer a jet movement gets *my* vote!

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    Ground staff says:

    I would happily serve under (or over) her.

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    Sukyspook says:

    “shows that Gordon Brown has become widely despised by members of the armed forces.”

    Good.

    Now we need to get the Police on board and then as many lawyers as will wake up too.

    David Starkey on Question Time let us know what he thinks about Gordon Brown too who, for those with “eyes to see and ears to hear” is nothing but a ‘bankster’s moll’ (my words).

    Watch it here:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00n1844/Question_Time_01_10_2009/

    Charles Kennedy and Theresa May also talk a lot of very refreshing sense….

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      Fees Office Clerk says:

      I’d pay absolutely megabucks to watch a televised debate between Gordon Brown and David Starkey.

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      • 33
        The Ghost of Robert Kilroy Silk says:

        Nah! what you want is Starkey debating Mandy

        Battle of the pantomime queens!

        That would be must see TV

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        • 46
          Fees Office Clerk says:

          No…they’d only end up scratching each others eyes out.

          I want to watch Davis Starkey, in slow time on live TV, turn Brown into a broken dribbling gibbering idiot.

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          • THE ROCK FROM UNDER WHICH CAMPBELL CRAWLED says:

            They Could Borrow Vic and Bobs Hand Bags !

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          • Starkey for President! says:

            Judging from QT that I am currently watching,Starkey would have Brown crying and peeing and sheeting on the floor with just one statement – he made that NOTHING Ben whatever the hell look so useless.

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      • 89
        Brown's a Tosser says:

        It would be a no contest. Starkey would wipe the floor with Brown. As for a leaders debate No Chance not in a million years. His hangers on know he would be torn to shreds by the likes of Cameron/Clegg.

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      Engineer says:

      Ben Bradshaw made a right pillock of himself. Just spouting re-heated Nulab spin. He gave no impression of being able to think for himself. Knew nothing about the Polanski arrest, despite being supposedly a Culture Minister. Even Dimbleby was sneering at him.

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      • 56
        Ben Bradshaw says:

        Do ya like me hairstyle. Mandy reckons I look like a lesbian tennis player.

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        THE ROCK FROM UNDER WHICH CAMPBELL CRAWLED says:

        Different Culture Mate He’s In Charge Of Trying To Cover Up All The Fungus And Rot Infesting His Party !

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        Chomping at the bit says:

        Some wonderful witty put downs of Bradshaw by Starkey

        “We all know about your snake hips… which in any other time I might have wanted to visit”

        “The French have always had importance for culture, media and sport all we have is Ben”

        (May have got some quotes slightly wrong)

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        FrankFisher says:

        Knew nothing about the Polanski arrest, despite being supposedly a Culture Minister

        Knew nothing my arse. Didnt’ want to get into a difficult area more like.
        Difficult area? Why so? Well my spidey sense tells me that when a politician is unwilling to pronounce on a topical subject of the day, it is *not* because they know nothing. Keerist they think they know everything. Nope, it’s more often because they fear a personal price may be paid – that they fear a petard lies in wait. Accusations of hypocrisy often, a long buried secret with a similar echo coming back.

        Eh Ben?

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        Sukyspook says:

        Bradshaw did, indeed, make a pillock of himself – I had to do the watching-from-behind-the-hands trick.

        Having been involved on the very fringes of politics, I know, even in an ‘honest’ party (if there is such a thing) that the only ‘line’ is the ‘party-line’. I just couldn’t do it…I have a mind of my own and I want to serve the people, NOT give them what my corporate funders want.

        It must be awful espousing zanuliebore drivel and lies merely to keep up the appearance of ‘demockery’ and which is why I could never get involved in “politics” (many blood sucking insects lol) again.

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      • 219
        Anonymous says:

        Bradshaw seemed very able to comment on the “right wing” blogs spreading lies about Gordon’s pill popping despite saying he had not been aware of them – yeah right.

        http://www.notbornyestreday.org is not a right wing blog, like guido, it is just anti hypocrisy and lying b@stards on all political hue.

        Bradshaw just looked like a tit and people will remember his support of Gordon’s lies. When it does finally emerge that Gordon’s specific dietary restrictions of no Chianti, ripe avocado’s and cheese are a strong indicator (recognised by any GP) that he is taking MAOI anti-depressants all the New Labour top brass will be caught in the lie.

        If a prime minister is taking medication for a physical ailment like arthritis, the electorate doesn’t need to know. However, in this case, MAOI is a very strong drug only administered in cases of acute depression where the normal SRII’s are no longer effective and seriously effects the mental rationale of the patient. In that case, the electorate does need to know if the prime minister does have a mental illness that could seriously compromise vital decisions taken on our behalf.

        This is very serious and the media do need to get to the bottom of this by asking if Gordon Brown does have specific dietary requirements and why.

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      BB says:

      A must watch. Bradshaw is slaughtered by the panel, by the chairman and by the audience.

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    LORD MANDELSON says:

    She is a chump and can now look forward to peeling potatoes at 30,000 ft.

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      Engineer says:

      Spinning early, this morning, Mandy.

      If the lovely Flight Lieutenant wanted to peel spuds at 30,000ft, I’ve no doubt she could. You, on the other hand, couldn’t identify, much less peel, a potato on the ground, unless someone shoved it up your….

      Fondlebottom – you are a prize chump.

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    Grumpy Old Man says:

    Pity that the Sun’s support of the Tories is leading to a change of editorial style in Guido’s blog. If a junior officer is a member of the IISS, there is more to her than a nice pair for page 3. Flt Lt Anderson made a witty comment in front of a very senior audience, and should be applauded for that alone. The opinions of the armed forces about Salvator Mundi have been very apparent for a considerable time. A.R.S.S.E. has made them very clear.

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    • 20

      Yeah there was never any talk of “totty” before was there?

      C’mon mate – you think Anderton is going to be offended by being called a “blonde bombshell”? hardly an inult is it?

      Bigger fish to fry chum..

      Now, who thought Ben Bradshaw cried into his pillow even more than usual last night?

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        GordonIsAMoron says:

        Damn, wish I had seen that. But as I am not in the UK at the moment, I can’t even watch it on I-player. What must really gall simpering Bradshaw, is that Starkey is as gay as he is, but on the right side of the political spectrum. Bradshaw is such a girlie by comparison!

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        One flew over the No 10 bunker says:

        Totally agree with the change in editorial style of this blog. It is totally unbecoming of a serious and mainstream political blog and does no one any good when women are reduced to just ‘totty’ in this way

        By the way when is she going to get here tits out for the lads ?

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        • 63
          Gordon Brown, talking to a minion says:

          Just nip out of the No 10 bunker and get a few copies of ‘The Sun’ to keeps the lads happy, will you?

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      • 73
        Anonymous says:

        Only as he was biting it

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    • 37
      Even grumpier old man says:

      Salvador Mundi? Isn’t he the brother of Gloria the delivery girl who drives around our village in a particularly ropey old Ford van?

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      Fed up to the back teeth says:

      Was it recorded?

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    Engineer says:

    O/T, but for anybody suspicious about what the government has been trying to bury this week, here’s a possibility.

    The IMF are rumbling – they are telling the Chancellor to cut the cost of the NHS and reform pensions as part of the strategy to tackle public borrowing.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2009/oct/01/nhs-debt-imf-britain

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    • 40
      One flew over the No 10 bunker says:

      Its as good as having to call in the IMF really. The only reason the IMF is not here yet is I think we are stood behind Mugagbe in the queue.

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    • 47
      shelling-out says:

      Well – Government will have to go cap in hand to the IMF at some point and we won’t get any more money from them if costs aren’t cut somewhere.

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      • 134
        Susie says:

        But Pres Tone will come to our rescue with billions of Euros!

        Once the Irish have voted his way, they’ll be dropped like a blighted potato (and I hope they get the historical reference — it’s the truth).

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      Freedom of the press says:

      Shows who the real bosses are

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    Brava!

    Is there any stratum of society that this oafish mob has yet to turn against them? A few more senior religious figures could stick the sandal in, I suppose. Haven’t heard much from lollipop ladies or gravediggers. But pretty much everyone else seems to follow the prevailing mood on this blog, that the game’s up.

    Sadly, Flt. Lt. Anderton had better watch her back. Has the spin machine unearthed any adolescent misdemeanours to fling at her? Scurrilous rumours that she once failed to polish her boots appropriately? And what odds on a solo posting to some far flung, dangerous outpost….

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    • 41
      GordonIsAMoron says:

      You are right about that – the present excuse for a government may be down on its uppers, but that doesn’t stop it from being vindictive.

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    • 140
      Susie says:

      She’s already going to some far flung dangerous outpost… clever girl, getting her say in first. Shame Dr. Kelly wasn’t more outspoken before he was topped.

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    Major General Smedley Butler says:

    She is off to Kandahar, to serve Queen and country…

    No, it has nothing to do with Queen and country. War is a racket. It always has been.

    http://www.ratical.org/ratville/CAH/warisaracket.html

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    Fees Office Clerk says:

    Possible Sun Headline:

    OUR VIC TELLS TOP YANK SHE’S NOT AMUSED

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    resurgemus says:

    OT

    does this mean Labour voters don’t read newspapers or can’t read newspapers ?

    http://www2.politicalbetting.com/index.php/archives/2009/10/02/how-voting-splits-according-to-newspaper-type/

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    One flew over the No 10 bunker says:

    O/T Sorry

    From con home / Guardian

    Has this neutered the threat of any ‘personal’ questions from Marr or similar over the next week?

    “David Cameron took the unusual step of rallying to Gordon Brown’s defence today as he described the BBC’s decision to grill the prime minister on his health as inappropriate… In an interview with LBC radio host Nick Ferrari, Cameron disagreed with the BBC’s insistence that asking the prime minister whether he was on medication was a “legitimate” line of questioning… Cameron said: “I watched it and I must say, I didn’t think it was appropriate. Look, I think journalists should feel free to ask any question they like and I think politicians should feel free to say, ‘Look, do you know what, I’m not going to answer that one’.”

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    • 34

      Heh heh heh

      DC in full and certain anticipation of a good grilling over the *allegations* of an exploration of the further reaches of his consciousness, once upon a time, come Sunday. Should be good.

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        Rexel 56 says:

        Why the unquestioned assumption that a hint of drug taking by a politician during their younger years is electorally a bad thing?

        I suspect it would add votes on the basis that he or she would be perceived by many as being “more like us…..” for having had a good time. Certainly beats sitting in constituency labour party meetings night after night as a life experience!

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          Would be an interesting gambit, were DC to say (for example) “you know what, to quell speculation about all this, I admit, I smoked myself stupid a few times back in the late 80s. Did the odd line, too. Not something I’m proud of now, just everyone was doing it back then. There. I’ve levelled with you.”

          Puts the whole thing to bed, nice n tidy. And any ZaNuLab hysterics will (a) blow over by the GE and (b) only serve to throw a harsh spotlight upon Browngabe’s non-denial of Marr’s fluffed question last Sunday.

          Do it, Dave!

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    • 216
      Anonymous says:

      DC’s bricking it over his alleged druggie past. In the US they reveal their full med records – what are our pansies afraid of, that we’ll find out what we already know ie they’re dysfunctional, borderline nutjobs functioning on a daily cocktail of mood altering substances.

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  18. 32
    Old Nick Heavenly says:

    BREAKING NEWS

    United Condom armed forces to receive deadly tea spoons to fight the Taliban with, but only if they are over 25!

    See Daily Mail!

    Don’t be poking any yobs with your finger now!

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    • 45

      Not funny Nick. Students of Monty Python will be able to tell you just how deadly an assault with fresh fruit can be. Being ID carded because you’ve pineapple in your basket is a very sensible precaution.

      Like

  19. 36
    One flew over the No 10 bunker says:

    The draper sprogg is on GMTV at least he’s not a right ugly bastard like his dad.

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  20. 42
    shelling-out says:

    This is what we need. People at the sharp end telling us what’s really happening.

    Another nail in Gordon’s coffin.

    Like

    • 49
      Phil O'Pastree says:

      If it were a squaddie with a leg missing I might agree but not some bimbo flashing her lashes at the Amercian general. She hasn’t been out there yet.

      Like

      • 64
        shelling-out says:

        I agree. But surely anything which erodes confidence in this government is a good thing.

        Like

      • 90
        Gordon Brown, talking to a minion says:

        We don’t know if she’s ‘out there’. The clip only showed neck-up.

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      • 94
        THE ROCK FROM UNDER WHICH CAMPBELL CRAWLED says:

        Does Not Matter If She Has Been There Or Not She’s Gone Through All The Training To Become A Flight Lieutenant She Is Ours And She does not Hold This Opinion On Her Own This Must Be A Topic Of Discussion With All the Forces ! Bring On The Coup !

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        • 149
          Susie says:

          We can’t have one post-Lisbon.

          Pres Tone would make sure we were blockaded and have the power and gas cut off. I’m trying to get used to the new regimen.

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  21. 43
    Phil O'Pastree says:

    Without defending Brown one bit, I thought her sucking up to foreign top brass at the expense of her own side showed more than a little naïveté.

    With her designer spectacles she is clearly not a flyer and no doubt her tour of Kandahar will be spent safely in front of a computer screen.

    I’m not sure she has done anyone any favours with her remarks. The following comment came from the Times Online where many of the posts share similar sentiments.

    As a Royal Marine Colour Sergeant I’m not surprised that yet another middle class RAF Officer thinks they are the voice of the fighting men and women.

    It’s a shame that some of my fellow Marines who have been seriously injured have to listen to a service woman who will be spending her tour in a secure environment and not on the line or on patrol where danger is ever present.

    The very nature of war has no place for second guessing, the Flight Lieutenant will witness errors not just from politicians but from all men and woman of the forces that result in death.

    If she wants to help, concentrate on your command and get them ready for battle don’t make sarcastic comments that only distract from the very hard work our serices are doing!

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    • 74
      backwoodsman says:

      Thats just a case of internal handbags, remember the armies three golden rules :
      Never march on Moscow
      Never get involved in the Balkans
      Never depend on the RAF

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    • 76
      TheCourtOfPublicOpinion says:

      Prince Harry did the same. When in Afghanistan his “Strategic operational duties” consisted of sitting in a secure bunker miles from any action moving dots around on a screen. As one footsoldier put it, he got a medal for using his playstation whilst we did all the dangerous stuff.

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      • 115
        THE ROCK FROM UNDER WHICH CAMPBELL CRAWLED says:

        I Think Your Wrong :I Saw Footage Of Harry Manning A 50Cal Machinegun In A Sandbag Bunker Out In The Sticks I Dont Know If It Was Staged But Remember It Was The Press Who Put Him In Danger By Blabbing To The World That He Was There !

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    • 102
      Sir William Waad says:

      Fortunately our armed forces are loyal and professional enough to get on with what they’re doing and even feel embarrassed when somebody speaks out like this. This increases our chances of winning and means that we are not going to have an armed coup any time soon. Unfortunately, it also means that Whitehall will continue crapping on them. Competence, professionalism, loyalty, courage – all the qualities that Labour appartachiks sneer at.

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    • 153
      Exiled in Wales says:

      Attribution – projecting those characteristics we’d like people to have, on those people we’d like to have them.

      Sure, I liked the way she poured just a little more salt into GB’s wounds, but making smart-ass comments at a briefing is not a strategy for dealing with the corrupt b*astards who send send our armed forces to war without the tools to do the job. Don’t be fooled by her M&S pretty-ness, because that’s all it is. If she took the issue to the streets, then I’d be more impressed.

      As for the suggestion she may spend her war in bunker, that’s attribution as well, and probably just as wrong.

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      • 256
        BigSoldier says:

        “Don’t be fooled by her M&S pretty-ness, because that’s all it is.”

        What the fuck is that supposed to mean you twat? What she looks like hasn’t got anything to do with it.

        Right, where’s me nearest branch of Marks…

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      • 294
        Exiled in Wales says:

        @Big Soldier.

        Check the title of the post.

        It means don’t be fooled by prettyness.

        Blonde? Bonbshell? Who cares?

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    • 165
      Anonymous says:

      Q Why do they call the RAF Penguins?

      A Because only one in a million fly.

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    • 222
      Rexel 56 says:

      They just don’t learn do they. If Brown is criticised by a woman RAF officer on camera do they:

      a) ignore it
      b) empathise with her and try to turn it to their advantage ((c) A Campbell)
      c) attempt to smear and ridicule her as an act of revenge

      The collapse of any effective rebuttal from No 10 explains the desperation to get AC back on the job. Sadly the Brown/McBride/Watson/Austin years have run for too long to repair the damage now.

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  22. 53
    (yes I am a cunt / no I am not Nu Labour) says:

    bombshell?

    In the sense of stunning good looks, no.

    If you meant she can bring death and mangle limbs etc, you’re pushing your metaphor too hard.

    Maybe you’ve spent too long looking at the hideous irish womenfolk.

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  23. 54

    Guido, you are losing your touch. The big news of the day is that Louis Walsh has been threatened by the Mafia! Is nothing sacred? Why you no report it Cabish?t

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    • 60
      shelling-out says:

      I thought it was the 2016 Olympic Bid. The TV stations are full of it. We’ve just sat through a heart-rending speech by Michele Obama, who told us how her father suffered with MS and had to haul himself up on his crutches.

      I almost cried……!

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      • 69
        darren_daz says:

        and its all due to slavery…….booo hooooo.

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      • 78
        guardian reader says:

        rascist!

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      • 100
        Cassandra King says:

        The victim/race hustling matrix has you.

        It tugs at your heartstrings and blinds you to the reality of what they doing, guilt is a powerful tool in the hands of those who know how to use it, you are being groomed and used and manipulated.
        Guilty people are much more amenable to manipulation, guilt about global warming/slavery/injustices of the past(both real and imagined)guilt about poverty and racism both real and imagined.
        Beware those who prey on you sense of guilt, beware those who use emotion to tug at your heartstrings, beware of those who manipulate your sense of shame, they have an angle, there is always an angle!

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  24. 65
    darren_daz says:

    That was a charmless example of arse licking treachery – go to front line.

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  25. 80
    One flew over the No 10 Bunker says:

    O/T
    Quick question for any PC techies out there

    The small ‘box’ type window that appears in the centre of your PC screen with a yes/no type instruction or request for next action you want to do and is part of the windows system what is the windows system name for that type of window? Anyone know?

    I have searched windows help etc everywhere and tried googling but no luck.

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  26. 83
    The Ghost of Robert Kilroy Silk says:

    The BIG News of the Day is in Ireland.

    Guido will be preparing a comperehensive article on the referendum as we speak.
    Not sure when the result is called though ?

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    • 119
      One flew over the No 10 Bunker says:

      Tomorrow afternoon I think as I believe counting starts 0700 tomorrow morning he said

      *on knees looking upwards and asking ‘please let there be a god’*

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      • 147
        FrankFisher says:

        There is no god in the EU. A yes is coming because it is what is demanded.

        You think the EU’s in any way shape or form a democracy? Can you think of *one* instance, ever, where the popular voice has permanently reversed any EC policy or plan?

        Damn, just thought of one….

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      • 160
        Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

        One suspects the EUSSR commisars will have the ‘YES’ votes already safely stored in a wharehouse somewhere

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    • 138
      mandlescum says:

      Fools, the result was decided months ago – yes from Ireland, Tony becomes President. And any chumps who think we’re going to let Gordon lose big next year haven’t been paying attention to the postal voting. Did you know Britain has 3,500,000 homeless people who have the human right to vote?

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    • 188
      EUSSR Political Kommissar (3rd class) says:

      We will issue tomorrow afternoon on time – there will be no delay.

      Rumours that tomorrow’s Referendum result has been stolen from my safe are quite untrue.

      The result is quite safe, in fact I am reading it at the minute.

      Here is the Refendum question:

      Yes: Lisbon now.
      No: Lisbon now.

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  27. 86
    formerly Tory Troll at Labout list says:

    There is only one question on my mind…

    If Brown is not popping pills – why the fuck not?!

    Get some anti-depressants down his neck and maybe he will start to resemble a rational human being!

    So I start here — a campaign to ensure that Brown *does* pop pills — it is the countries only chance…

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  28. 91
    Phil O'Pastree says:

    Isn’t it just a “form”?

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  29. 92
    Debbie says:

    The result is a foregone conclusion.l The YES side wins by 1/4% or 2245 votes. Phew that was close just like Kennedy beat Nixon in 1960 but then Kennedy’s henchmen were stuffing ballot boxes and carrying them in the Wards in Cook County.

    I do not care how the Irish vote however, my future will no way be decided by other than my fellow countrymen. And if Cameron fudges a referendum for us then it will be all out war on the government.

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    • 127
      One flew over the No 10 Bunker says:

      Cameron has always stated that a referendum will be held if the treaty has not been ratified by that time he is in power. If it is ratified then other alternatives would be looked at but until that time the alternatives cannot really be worked out.

      I’m afraid though Debbie if Brown and his henchman have their way the Irish deciding your future and the rest of us (on a second vote) will be precisely what happens (without you being given a single vote that was promised in the manifesto). Thats why Mandleson is back in the UK (still being paid by the EU by the way) to ensure the project stays on the rails.

      Add on top of that that Bliar is in with a good chance of becoming president and without us also having any say and you see why I hate this corrupt instiution with no democracy and with accounts not signed off for 13 years with an absolute passion

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    • 158
      shelling-out says:

      But it will make a difference to you.

      The more power is given to Europe, the less we will be able to control our own destinies. Our laws are already superseded by European Directives, and it’s only going to get worse.

      We need a Referendum in this country, but I think it unlikely we’ll get it – even under a Conservative government.

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  30. 93
    Franky says:

    More flying Nokias if Gordon was tuned in to Wogan this morning

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  31. 96
    Mayday, mayday says:

    Brave and honest comments.

    Remember civil servant who posted comment on & was sacked … ?

    hmmmm.

    Bet she’s produced at some point to express her full support for govenment policy etc etc …

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  32. 111
    Flemingcrag says:

    Just goes to show you, in the Armed Forces just like in the Labour party, it is the women who have the biggest BALLS.

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    • 116
      Engineer says:

      We don’t know what the blokes said in that meeting. It’s just that Guido didn’t post them because….well…..obvious, really.

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      • 231
        EXSO says:

        Not really, it’s just they have the easy ride in society.

        If a male officer had said something like that he would probably end up in the brig or demoted or forced to fall on his sword etc. etc.

        A woman can say it because no one dares upset the ‘sisterhood’ or look like a bully by putting a woman down with a rebuffal.

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        • 298
          Jim Beam says:

          to EXSO ,that is so true.Women seem to be able now to say and do whatever they want and get away with it by playing the gender card.It is time to criticise them when they are wrong but praise them when they do right.Then they might gain true equality.

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  33. 117
    Brown's a Tosser says:

    Yvette Cooper has Balls.

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  34. 121
    My Hero GB says:

    Well, as long as the media and sales pundits can say the magic words ‘Better than expected” nobody but geeks and squints care about facts.

    http://www.ritholtz.com/blog/2009/10/the-biggest-earnings-miss-ever/

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  35. 124
    DANIEL O'CONNELL says:

    ‘An Irish Yes Vote means ruled by An England President.
    I am turning in my grave( The grandfather of Irish.

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  36. 126
    RestandBthankful says:

    Perhaps it was when the General mentioned that none of his plans had gone well that she felt so confident in the chain of command.

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  37. 129
    Cassandra King says:

    *NEWS FLASH* (prediction from your local seer of the future)

    The following is a report from tomorows MSM.

    The Irish have rejected the EU treaty(consistution)for a second time, the EU commision presidente(and chief reptile) Mr Barosso says he is disapointed and a period of reflection is needed to absorb the lessons of the vote and the Irish will be(generously)granted another chance to vote in due time, the EU president insisted that the treaty(constitution)is still valid and after a period of re education he is sure that the Irish will vote yes next time.

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    • 136
      One flew over the No 10 Bunker says:

      change the words ‘for a 2nd time’ and insert ‘for the 12th time’ and it still makes sense in EU Tellytubby land.

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    • 143
      D. Icke says:

      Therefore David Cameron feels it unnecessary to put the question of further integration with the New world Order Lizard masters to a referendum.

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    • 162
      shelling-out says:

      They’ll just keep moving the goalposts until they get a “Yes”.

      Democracy? Ha!

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  38. 154
    Francis Futurama says:

    Thanks Ireland – you idiot bastards.

    Just thought I’d be the first to say that.

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    • 170
      One flew over the No 10 bunker says:

      All you have to ask yourselves is are NuLabour behind the yes vote? If so it will do bugger all for us and be totally f*cked big style. To be sure to be sure.

      Yeah! thanks Ireland, way to go…

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      • 178
        Anonymous says:

        Once Ireland have voted yes, Mandelson can dump Brown.

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        • 191
          EUSSR Political Kommissar (3rd class) says:

          Ireland vote “Yes” and 30 mins later Gorgon announces GE 22 Oct – with an EU shitstorm and no coverage of Tory Conference to try and derail Team Cameron?

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          • Article 38 says:

            Not impossible, but to do this would require Brown to:
            a) Make a decision
            b) Show some courage

            His history counts against it.

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  39. 177
    Brown's plan: scorched earth, then blame the Tories says:

    Jeff Randall’s latest evisceration of Brown’s disastrous economic record:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/jeffrandall/6252407/Gordon-Brown-must-be-mad-to-want-to-discuss-his-economic-record.html

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  40. 185
    Anonymous says:

    All this crap about Cameron and a referendum is UKIP’ers shit-stirring.

    The vast majority of people in this countyr don’t give a flying fuck about a referendum, they just want rid of this dangerous mad bastard Brown.

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    • 192
      FrankFisher says:

      All this crap about Cameron and a referendum is UKIP’ers shit-stirring.

      Oh the BBC are joining in. Cameron’s line is clear and simple; if it’s not been ratified across the EU then there will be a referrendum, if it has, he will decided in those new circumstances. It’s a perfectly reasonable line – whether youa gree or not – it’s simple enough; so why can’t the BBC “understand” it?

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      • 208
        mad fred 2 para says:

        Simple.

        Yes.

        So simple it cost him my vote.

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      • 224
        Anonymous says:

        The Lisbon Treaty actually makes it easier for a member state to withdraw from the EU so hopefully that is the vote we get if it is ratified before the election. Not holding my breath though.

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    • 194
      Vote vote vote for Jacqui says:

      I agree fully. Plus retrospective prosecution of shitbag Troughers starting
      with MrsJacquifivebellies.
      Out with Snotgobbler,into gaol with Jackboots.

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  41. 193
    Moley says:

    Guido’s link to “Gordon Brown must be mad” is recommended reading for everyone, in particular “Master Baiter” who keeps harping on about how wonderful the economy is and how our debt to GDP ratio compares so well with other countries.

    There is a difference between the capital position of an organisation and cashflow. Cashflow is where we are about to fall flat on our faces.

    This leaves us with a debt to GDP ratio which might compare favourably with other countries at 9.55am 02/10/09, but which is now increasing exponentially.

    Judging from the Guardian; the IMF does not agree with “Master Baiter” either.

    How about accepting defeat gracefully?

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  42. 213
    Laney says:

    Well done to her!

    Guido, I don’t suppose you could post clips of the encounter Ben Bradshaw had with Dr Starkey on QT last night? He ripped him to bloody shreds!

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  43. 215
    A (continually whining) Diversity + Equality Compliance Officer says:

    But what about my career pathway if Gordon gets the push next year?

    What about my self-esteem?

    I’m exhausted with worry. I think I need long term sick leave.

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  44. 217
    Anonymous says:

    The poor woman is in the shit now. Kandahar has got nothing on New Labour. God bles her.

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  45. 220
    El Presidente Bliar, - he'll set the EUSSR on fire! says:

    (Putting down air guitar)

    “Look” (c) T. Bliar . . . “Trust me . . . . . I’m a simple kinda guy”

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  46. 223
    Murdochs PR Company says:

    O/T
    If Blair Becomes Pres

    Pres Tony: Old woman.
    Dennis: Man.
    Pres Tony: Man, sorry. What knight lives in that castle over there?
    Dennis: I’m 37.
    Pres Tony: What?
    Dennis: I’m 37. I’m not old.
    Pres Tony: Well I can’t just call you “man”.
    Dennis: Well you could say “Dennis”.
    Pres Tony: I didn’t know you were called Dennis.
    Dennis: Well you didn’t bother to find out did you?
    Pres Tony: I did say sorry about the “old woman”, but from behind you looked…
    Dennis: What I object to is you automatically treat me like an inferior.
    Pres Tony: Well I am The President.
    Dennis: Oh, President eh? Very nice. And how’d you get that, eh? By exploiting the workers. By hanging on to outdated Socialist dogma which perpetuates the economic and social differences in our society.

    Pres Tony: I am your President.
    Woman: Well I didn’t vote for you.
    Pres Tony: You don’t vote for The EU President.
    Woman: Well how’d you become president then?
    [Angelic music plays... ]
    Pres Tony: The Lady of the Lake, her arm clad in the purest shimmering samite held aloft Excalibur from the bosom of the water, signifying by divine providence that I, Tony, was to carry Excalibur. THAT is why I am your President.
    Dennis: [interrupting] Listen, strange women lyin’ in ponds distributin’ swords is no basis for a system of government. Supreme executive power derives from a mandate from the masses, not from some farcical aquatic ceremony.

    -[Pres Tony Hits Man]
    Dennis: Oh, but you can’t expect to wield supreme executive power just because some watery tart threw a sword at you.

    -[Pres Tony Hits Man]
    Dennis: Oh but if I went ’round sayin’ I was Emperor, just because some moistened bint lobbed a scimitar at me, they’d put me away.

    -[Pres Tony Hits Man]
    Dennis: Come and see the violence inherent in the system. Help! Help! I’m being repressed!
    Pres Tony: Bloody peasant!
    Dennis: Oh, what a giveaway! Did you hear that? Did you hear that, eh? That’s what I’m on about! Did you see him repressing me? You saw him, Didn’t you?

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  47. 230
    Anonymous says:

    The military should STFU.

    Nobody made these moaning twats join.

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    • 233
      EXSO says:

      I hope you grow up one day and realise how stupid those words are.

      Maybe it’ll take your family to be blown up by a haji or maybe it won’t to realise how important a nations army is in providing it’s freedoms.

      Or maybe your just the type of idiot who wishes Hitler and every other dictator who has tried to take us over, managed to win.

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    • 246
      Pedant Gurkha says:

      What exactly is your beef with the military? We discussed the military covenant before. As a “tool of Government”, we volunteered to provide a service to the country. That the Govt has completely failed its military types does not open the door for idiots like you to “have a go”.

      Now, tell me a little bit about you.

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    • 262
      Laney says:

      You need to peruse the Forum on the army rumour sevice site. You tit!

      http://www.arrse.co.uk

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  48. 234
    D'Pict says:

    Gordon Brown a laughing stock? Who would ahve thought thta possible?

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  49. 235
    Anonymous says:

    You cannot compare the defence of our nation by a conscript army to the invasion and occupation of a sovereign nation.

    NOBODY asked these people to join up. If the conditions don’t suit – TOUGH SHIT!

    We are not at threat of invasion, we cannot use the military on the streets. We need no more than our nuclear weapons. Personally, I’d abolish all armed forces, they are now a tool of oppression not freedom and liberation – despite what the tabloid hacks and emotional fucktards might claim.

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    • 238
      Moley says:

      The police are now a tool of oppression in this country, not the armed forces.

      The armed forces keep us safe; they always have and they always will, although at times their political leadership is crass and inept.

      I think we’ll abolish you instead.

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    • 239
      EXSO says:

      Idiot.

      I suppose we shouldn’t of invaded the sovereign nation of Nazi Germany either in your eyes.

      Stop blaming the solidiers who have NO choice in where they are sent and aim your vitrol at the diplomats.

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      • 286
        Anonymous says:

        They have every choice. Join/Don’t Join. Take the former, keep your mouth shut and get on with it. You made your bed, lie in it.

        These are just working people like all the rest of us, this sycophantic cult emerging around the forces is just wrong.

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    • 263
      Laney says:

      I want to puch your kidneys out through your bum hole!

      The only tool of oppression in this country is, as Moley says, the police. Especially the Met’s TSG fruitcakes!

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      • 264
        Laney says:

        My apologies,I meant punch. Puch sound a bit sexually deviant!

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      • 285
        Anonymous says:

        You see, its this neandethal thought process which attracts many to the forces. Mostly undereducated teenagers from deprived backgrounds who have little choice.

        These people do not know or fully understand what is expected of them, many look at it as being like a video game or movie – until the reality hits them. By this time its usually too late and bravado takes over.

        Someone commented on the invasion of Germany, frankly, this is a laughable argument as the circumstance in every context could not be more different.

        We do not need an offensive military at all. Its a drain on our resources and is largely redundant except for being used as a geopolitical tool of our ruling elite.

        This emotional nonsense the press are full of these days doesn’t touch the sides as it is utterly banal.

        If we abolish these unnecessary insitutions then in theory we will be saving many of their lives too.

        That isn’t necessarily a bad thing.

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        • 300
          x says:

          You are a clueless lefty fuckwit who has no idea of such concepts as honour, duty, service.

          I can only suggest you take a trip to Aldershot and pay a visit to the parachute regiment and put your theories to them for a frank debate.

          I’ll even send you a get well card.

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  50. 236
    Seth the pig farmer says:

    Much has been said about the irony of the Irish voting for an Englishman for President.

    I find it just as ironic that we British should be relying on the Irish to protect our Sovreignity.

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    • 242
      One flew over the No 10 bunker says:

      Ha!
      yes seth another one of lifes wonderful ironies

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    • 250
      Eamonn De Valera says:

      He’s a jock you fuck wit, they also hate the English.

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    • 253
      Jan says:

      Tony Bliar is NOT English.His mother was Irish and his father although born to two English travelling actors (haha) was adopted by a Scottish couple.Bliar was born in Scotland.They can keep him..I guess his wife’s reasoning in telling the World that the Bliar children have Irish passports is to do with the Lisbon Treaty vote today.The Irish would vote for a turd as long as it was an Irish turd.

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  51. 240
    Anonymous says:

    Ever Since the “We are the Insurgents” comment . No troops want Brown or any other Labour prat visiting them.

    Talk about insenstive , When the body count is still going to rise .
    This should go further.

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  52. 243
    Free Eye Test says:

    This was stage managed. You don’t expect us to believe she’s genuine RAF when she needs to wear glasses?!!! Fake! (typical sky)

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    • 249
      Disco Biscuit says:

      Doh! A Flight Lieutenant needn’t actually fly aircraft, you cretin!

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    • 257
      WO1 says:

      God preserve us – no wonder the country’s in the ******** mess it is !! So its clear – a “Pilot Officer” doesn’t need to be a “pilot” or a “Flying officer” to actually be able to fly anything other than a desk- the giveaway is whether the said officer wears a “pair of wings” on the left breast of their uniform jacket/jumper etc. She could be in any of the other branches of the “raff” i.e. Administration;RAF Police;Medical etc etc

      Bring back national service for chrissakes !!!

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  53. 247
    Disco Biscuit says:

    Interesting that General McChrystal saw no reason to surpress his own laugh about Gordon Brown…

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  54. 248
    Obama is a twat says:

    Women never looked like that when I was in the forces, where are the thunder thighs?

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  55. 252
    Anonymous says:

    In normal times a low-ranking serving military officer openly dissing the PM in front of a senior allied commander would be a serious breach of discipline … however since the politicians have broken the military covenant (duty of care, lies, spin, smearing CGS) then presumably its now fair game…

    Tin foil hat on though – who thinks that Gordo buggering up the economy and getting fucking up UK beyond hope, is all part of Mandy’s long-term plan to get us into the Euro and Blair as ultimate EU overlord? We in UK used to value our historic insitutions (trashed) police (trashed) democracy (trashed) common sense (trashed) finanical services (trashed) and armed forces (most difficult of all to bugger up but give them two wars to keep em busy).

    Once you’ve fucked the country to this extent with constitutional vandalism, being run by Brussels looks like an improvement…?

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      Funnily enough, your last paragraph is almost exactly what is being said in Ireland by the Yes campaign as they seek to persuade the country to abandon its current Parliament for one 500 miles east…

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    So it's come to this? says:

    That our PM is so openly derided says everything you need to know about Brown;

    useless,worthless,laughable,odious,obnoxious and totally off his rocker.

    Can you imagine any pilot saying this in a public forum in any other country – Brown has no currency and must be dropped from a very fast moving bomber onto a barren piece of land in the middle of nowhere – how about Afghanistan?

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  57. 266
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    Someone who fawns over an American general like this needs a long interview with Human Resources.

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  58. 267
    Enlightened Opinion says:

    Is it true that British Troops are unarmed when Gordon Brown is in Afghanistan?

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  59. 268
    Anonymous says:

    I knew a Wing Commander once who never got higher off the ground than a trip on the London Eye.

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  60. 269
    Anonymous says:

    I want to put my evil inside her.

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  61. 276
    13eastie says:

    Where’s the clip, Guido?

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  62. 277
    Colonna says:

    I was recently told by a serving member of the British Army that the MOD has refused to give out any information about the number of Taliban killed by British troops in battles and skirmishes in Afghanistan for fear of offending the Muslim community in the UK. Plenty of coverage of dead Brits who are flown home in Union Jack draped coffins but absolutely no information or pictures of dead or wounded Taliban. Thank you uncle Bob!

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  63. 279
    Anonymous says:

    watch out for the voting fiasco for the armed forces come election time…

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      13eastie says:

      As I recall, trying to get registered to vote and then actually doing it was a complete embuggerance in the Army. I expect entirely that Brown’s disenfranchisement of the forces continues in all senses…

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    DominicJ says:

    Dont politicians usually get shot when the military holds them in such open contempt?

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  65. 291
    Anonymous says:

    Mmmm.. Hell-Ooh I say, Dingedy-dong…

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    dr spock says:

    brown is a clown and a total figure of fun and incompetence amoungst the serious world political movers and shakers.

    he can get all the gongs and cups from his liberal friends it wont change anything.

    al gore with a nobel peace prize says it all.it is now fact that global temperatures have droped every year since 1998,so his who film and globetrotting was a sham.

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    Proud YANK!! says:

    I am absolutly shocked and appalled by the utter contempt by some of the numerous comments on this board about the men and women who sacrifice their lives to defend a nation! Outragious!! Telling that some here wouldn’t have the slightest degree what it’s like to stand for something above your jadeded selves. Is Prime Mins. Brown lacking of the fortitude to strike against Islamic extremism? Probably, but this brave woman has more juevos and moral courage to stand for her fellow comrads in uniform even at the peril of being condoned by her superiors.

    What happen to the British spirit that conquered the seven seas of the world during the 18th century? The country that defended an isle against the forces of facism. At least their is one who will stand post for your freedoms.

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