November 17th, 2009

Gordon’s Afghan Summit Excuse for Pre-Election Photo-Op

Funny how desperate Gordon is to have a New Year summit on Afghanistan in London. Withdrawal from Afghanistan could be some kind of a legacy for him. More likely the real reason he wants the summit is so he can get a few photo-ops that feed into his “Gordon leads the world delusion” in time for the General Election.  Remember back in March how he milked the London G20 Summit for all it was worth, desperate for a little stardust to be sprinkled on him during strolls and photographs with Obama?

That fawning and excruciatingly embarrassing joint interview (above) in Washington last March?

Gordon wants a pretext to bring Obama to London so he can play the international statesman saving the world again in the run up to the election.


  1. 1
    LD50 says:

    What about the 50 days he had left to save the world before Copenhagen


    • 3
      Master Baiter says:

      In out in out shake it all about.


      • 14

        Enough of the autobiographical self-dating detail, MB


        • 16
          jgm2 says:

          That photo opportunity is now deferred till January. Presumably to coincide with the news that finally, after the longest and deepest recession in UK history we have finally, after 200bn quid of borrowed and squandered money managed to engineer a single quarter of ‘growth’.

          Then he’ll declare the recession over thanks to taking the tough decision to borrow another 200bn quid and keep paying his one million deadweights, arseholes and boxtickers he recruited back in 2002. And, for good measure, because he’s not one for undue modesty or even a tenuous grip of reality he’ll claim that Obama is actually in the UK to thank him personally for saving the entire world.


          • Master Baiter says:

            Bed sores?


          • jgm2 says:

            And the only person who will believe that is James Gordon Brown. And even now I doubt that anybody could be so mental as to have totally lost track of reality so it’s possible even he doesn’t believe it.


          • Master Baiter says:

            Even the dimwits Cameo and Osborne now realise and admit that QE (quantitative easing) is the only way to stop the coach and all its passengers from saling over the cliff edge.



          • Hang The Bastards says:


            The minute I heard it announced on Pravda TV this morning I knew it was because he is trying to prep his script for the next election.

            SHAMEFUL COWARDLY ACT MT BROWN. Our soldiers are dying and you want a cheap photo op !.

            Your a fucking disgrace. Have a stroke and die !


          • jgm2 says:

            Gordon Brown? Shameful cowardly act? Yeah, but what’s new?


          • Master Baiter says:

            As Mandelson would say it is a cunning stunt.


        • 17
          Master Baiter says:

          Very good, self dating.


          • sarah Tailin says:

            Latest ICM poll shows Tories going down and Labour going up.Labour aim to get into 30′s and Tories in 30′s .Actually Tories already at 39 in one weekend poll.Obama much prefers Gordon to Con Dave. Gordon has been looking for photo ops but can you blame him.Cameo had photo op at the cenotaph last week,this was worse. Smile everybody,change is ‘Gonna come soon,’


          • Harriet's Handbag says:

            sod off master baiter – just ignore this labour lovely everyone – he is either mad or just a nasty shit stirrer. IGNORE, IGNORE, IGNORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


      • 54
        Master Baiter's master says:

        Why were you late this morning?
        Twice in two days. Your performance related pay may suffer if this happens another 300 times.


    • 31
      Broon v Obama Speling Bee contest (he makes Bush look intelligent) says:

      exactly! Presumably he and Ed Miliband haven’t yet saved the world.
      The world will be like ‘The day after tomorrow’ if GB was right in which case the chances of Obama jumping on a plane to meet him for a chat will be minimal I would have thought.
      PS – If we need 2 people to save the world can I swop GB for Bruce Willis?


      • 63

        I’d swap him for Bruce Forsyth.


      • 90
        Grumpy Old Man says:

        Talking of Miliband, his brother is now centrefold material for middle-aged lefty american female politicians…..
        from the FT, h/t to Alex Barker.
        Who is Hillary Clinton’s “favourite new colleague”? Just take a look at this passage from a long profile of Clinton in Vogue that includes a gushing quote on the “vital and attractive” David Miliband:

        When I mentioned to her over lunch that I had spoken with him, she lit up. “Oh, my God!” I joked that I got a crush over the phone in about five seconds partly because of his accent, and she said, “Well, if you saw him it would be a big crush. I mean, he is so vibrant, vital, attractive, smart. He’s really a good guy. And he’s so young!”

        Is Hilary getting back on Bill?


        • 229
          Anonymous says:

          “I was also happy to see her taking delight in a favorite new colleague, David Miliband, the tall and dashing 44-year-old British foreign secretary. When I mentioned to her over lunch that I had spoken with him, she lit up. “Oh, my God!” I joked that I got a crush over the phone in about five seconds partly because of his accent, and she said, “Well, if you saw him it would be a big crush. I mean, he is so vibrant, vital, attractive, smart. He’s really a good guy. And he’s so young!”

          For his part, Miliband seems smitten, too. “She applies intellect but also psychology to the dossiers that she’s studying. She uses her experience in a very impressive way. She brings it to bear in a way that enriches a conversation but doesn’t swamp it. She learns from history without being trapped by it. I think it’s also important to say that she’s delightful to deal with one on one. She’s someone who laughs and can tease, and she’s got perspective as well.”


        • 287
          gordonbyebye says:

          No She needs to go to Specsavers.


        • 357
          Master Baiter's real name says:

          Has anyone noticed that Ed Milliband has Action Man with Real Hair’s hair?


      • 184
        Inspector Cyril Blake says:

        either of the Millipede’s couldn’t save a chocolate wrapper between them. This is the tremendous talent pool that McMental has to draw from. Why do you think that Mandy the Serpent who nobody likes or trusts is now running the show and is the new Mouth of Mcsauron? because they haven’t got anybody else, and if that’s the best that they can do they’re right royally screwed. Good riddance to bad rubbish. If the idiot wants to embarassingly fawn over Omaha in the hopes of some of his now-tainted glamour rubbing off, then let him try; Omaha thinks he’s a useless washed-up oaf (just as we do) and doesn’t really wanted to be associated with a man who is going down the political pan faster than a lead turd.


        • 312
          Turnip Taliban of Norfolk says:

          And who precisely are the Talent in the Conservative Party. Eric Pickles ,Chris Grayling etc etc Give me the Labour lot any day. I’m changing today.


          • The Ghost of Christmas Past says:

            Thats whay youre a turnip head, cos you still havnt learned that labour are shit, tories are shit and dumlibs are shit.

            Pricks like you shouldnt have a vote, you should have a shovel to go dig ditches out in a field with.


    • 55
      Hard-Lazing Voter says:

      10 days to save teh wurld!1111


    • 95
      Finnpog says:

      Winky doesn’t give a fuck about the troops, or in fairness about the Afghan’s either.

      He does give a whole heap of fucks about the thought of brave soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines dying whilst he is trying to get re-elected in his Scottish constituency and elected for the first time as leader of his party.

      He has proved that he is:
      1) Too much of a coward to appear in public when there is bad news on the go;
      2) Too much of a coward to call a GE after being annointed (probably on pain of having the whip removed for dissenters) as leader of the PLP
      3) Too much of a liar about (a) the economy (b) Boom & Bust (c) We do not need anymore helicopters (e) the level of debt
      4) Too much lacking in honour and integrity (principle qualities for service within the Her Majesty’s Armed Forces) in his bullying behaviour towards Bliar and other enemies – and also
      5) COMPLETELY CONTEMPTUOUS HM Forces after making the SoS Defence’s job a hobby alongside the Scottish job when he made that political giant Des Browne do both jobs.

      The sooner this shyster is birched the better.


    • 158
      G. Brown Esq says:

      It’s now only 19 days 17 hours 58mins 22 secs.

      Here’s a countdown clock – it’s permanently before me as I struggle to bring salvation to all of mankind


    • 337
      Postal Vote says:

      Withdrawal (if you can call it that when you’re not really making progress) from Afghanistan is just as timed for electioneering as withdrawal from Basra and the fiscal deficit in the years before the autumn of 2007 (yep, Brown ran a deficit when the UK also had a trade deficit and a zilch household savings ratio and got Blanchflower on the MPC to help him win the elections).

      Back to tomorrow, what will the planning look like:

      Beginning of the year – conference with Obama

      A few weeks before the elections – A few troops return

      Two-thirds down the campaign/1 week in advance of election – A remembrance and honorary service, televised by of course the BBC (hence it will not be planned on the same evening as The Apprentice)


  2. 2
    jgm2 says:

    Yeah. Good luck with that Gordon. Why doon’t you pull your usual stunt of simply declaring you’re off to see the US predident, getting on a plane, sitting on the tarmac for two days and eventually embarrssing the president to squueze you in between the !st Scout Troup of Pokinawa and the League Against Gay Whales.


    • 6
      jgm2 says:

      Fucking hell. Have I been dr**king? Did you see that spelling? Did you though? Fuck.


    • 7
      Master Baiter says:

      aha, jgm2 is a camp pyjamma wearing over sized person, according to Freud, isn’t it?


    • 9
      Risking life and limb for Gordon says:

      This is what having troops in Afghanistan is all about isn’t it? Sucking up to the President of the US of A.

      Is Gordon’s political prestige really worth a life or a limb?


      • 15
        Master Baiter says:

        Isn’t it?


      • 27
        Road_Hog says:

        Yes Gordon, great idea. Use the war in Afghanistan as a PR vehicle to enhance your reputation to try and save your neck at election time. Don’t worry about having a proper exit strategy that is well thought out and planned. Still, look on the bright side that pesky problem of lack of helicopters can be kicked into the long grass.


        • 47
          thick as thieves says:

          diversionary propaganda from gordon brown.
          we should expect nothing else from the bunker.
          gordon brown is lower than a snake’s belly.
          brown is fucking scum.


          • Master Baiter says:

            What’s the Sun’s position on this?

            In out in out shake it all about?

            Isn’t it though.


          • thick as thieves says:

            gordon brown provided insufficient helicopter support to our soldiers.
            the enemy exploited that fact by laying roadside bombs.
            therefore gordon brown is directly responsible for the death of British soldiers.


        • 76
          udderly 'orrible says:

          “helicopters”– No it can’t. He’s already announced the order of billions of USD worth of helis for delivery some time in 2020 well after the troops are back home.

          What a total screwed up chump, hoon, marxist f’kwit etc.


          • Grumpy Old Man says:

            What makes you think that the troops will be back home?


          • Master Baiter says:

            Troops are expendable.

            That’s their job.


          • Master Baiter says:

            Name check 1, thanks but maybe a little too far?

            Please think of the widows, orphans and grieving mothers, fathers and siblings.


          • Gordons favourite Butt Plug says:

            Gordons sentiments to a tee.

            “Master Baiter says:
            November 17, 2009 at 3:36 pm
            Troops are expendable.

            That’s their job.”

            That is why he will never show up at RAF Lyneham or Wooton Bassett.

            Why don’t you turn up at any Forces ceremony or establishment and bandy that sentiment about. I’ll give you a maximum of 10 minutes before you are ripped limb from limb.

            The Military accept risks. Huge risks to life and self. But they don’t squander their well being on a campaign that is vaunted as being properly resourced, when it obviously isn’t.

            Cynical Bastard.

            I really want to Skull Fuck you MB. Dead or Alive.


          • Master Baiter says:

            Hey big fella, pass on the request to the blog host, who will have all the necessary details as do the intelligence services.

            Look before leaping.



      • 69
        jgm2 says:

        I seem to recall that the entire world was a bit pissed off post Sept 11 as a result of the Afghan government at the time harbouring certain folk who were implicated. It was a pretty unanimous decision to go into Afghanistan after the fuckers. Even the UN agreed.

        The problem came when Bush and Blair pushed their luck with the ‘righteous war’ gambit and rigged a completely unnecessary war in Iraq. The passage of time has allowed those of a shorter attention span to conflate the two as being equally meritless. Indeed the obvious lies used to justify the Iraq war have, rightly, thrown suspicion onto the whole justification for the war in Afghanistan. After all if the US was prepared to start a war in Iraq using bogus intelligence perhaps they did the same in Afghanistan. Why would you trust ‘em over Afghanistan and not Iraq?

        The whole thing is a clusterfuck and Bush, Blair and Brown are jointly and severally liable as a result of their insane decision to start a war in Iraq.

        The murderous jackasses.


        • 91
          I B Seldom-Lucid says:

          I think that that is a very sound analysis jgm2. Sadly, of course, innocents pay the price for the inconsistent virtue of the political gangsters.

          My suspicion is that the Afghanistan summit is another semi-autonomous cluster fuck entirely imagined by Brown and announced without consultation with anyone. I would bet that his inner circle are watching events through the cracks in their fingers as they see his final descent into total madness.

          For goodness sake, is there nobody with the courage or sense to stop the imbecile from doing the world and himself any more damage?

          It would be a kindness to shoot the lunatic.


        • 93

          I’ve come up with a cunning plan to divert attention away from Afghanistan & Iraq, we’re going to invade Iran. Clever eh?


          • gordonbyebye says:

            By the time they find somewhere to put the all the refugees from Pakistan Afghanistan Iraq Iran and many more it will be standing room only here but I’ll be long gone.


        • 105
          Grumpy Old Man says:

          Good one, jgm2. Succinct, knowledgeable, concise, and a reminder that the left-wing islamofascist 5th column have completely obscured the rationale for intervention in Afghanistan in the first place.


        • 115
          Putin says:

          Please explain ‘pretty unanimous’ Was it or wasn’t it? And no fairly unique answers either.


          • I B Seldom-Lucid says:

            It means exactly what jgm wants it to mean…

            I was surprised to be told by a prof that a ‘monopoly’ was defined as ‘market share exceeding 38%’. Which I thought was fairly uniquely idiotic and still do.

            And then there was a MoD consultant who told me that Systems Engineering was ‘just deciding what you want to buy and then deciding how you want to pay for it’. Which was also pretty uniquely daft – confirmed when Blair took the same approach.

            Then I became aware that the view amongst my colleagues, that a whole load of utter bullshit comes out of some universities, was pretty unanimous.


        • 232
          Inspector Cyril Blake says:

          The attacks on the 11th September 2001 were specifically intended to draw revenge-seeking US forces into Afghanistan so that AlQ and their Taleban and other allies could inflict upon them a similar defeat to that which they inflicted on the Soviets, on the basis that if they could bring down one superpower, they can bring down another. It’s a flawed analogy as the Islamists have a very inflated idea of their own importance in the Soviet-Afghan War and conveniently tend to ignore the fact that they were armed and funded by the Great Satan during that conflict (just as the loudest voices in America and elsewhere for attacking Muslim countries tend to conveniently ignore the unpalatable truth that these extremists are the direct result of their own countries’ policies)

          In 2001 I didn’t really think that the Americans would fall headfirst into this trap, but they did, and it rapidly became obvious thatn they’d never catch ObL and his chums, and that the idea of AlQ would resurface as something else. Nor did I seriously think that the Americans would get themselves and us stuck there for years to come. Anything that might have been achieved got frittered away by the pointless and criminal Iraq adventure that did more to encourage Islamist terrorism than anything AlQ might have managed by themselves, and to be honest I think that geo-politically the whole business had more to do with surrounding Iran than it did as part of the “War Of Terror.”

          As it is, the West’s Afghan affair has gone the way of the Soviet occupation and will end up with much the same result – a humiliating withdrawal followed by the rapid collapse of the puppet govt and a further long period of lawless warlordism. Billions wasted and thousands dead and all for nothing, bar a few photo-ops for tw4tty politicians and an awful lot of money in the hands of corrupt Afghan politicans and western “security consultants.”

          But at least there was a genuine consensus and legality over the Afghan adventure, regardless of its execution and outcome, unlike the Iraq debacle.


          • jgm2 says:

            Yep. And I think it is no coincidence the Sept 11 attacks occurred about two weeks after P-K-St*n demonstrated they had a nuclear bomb.


        • 318
          Turnip Taliban of Norfolk says:

          More soldiers died in Maggie Thatcher’s Falkland War than in Afghanistan.During the first world war hundreds of men died every day,led by Tory voting Generals who did not care about their welfare.The Universal soldier always suffers in the end while the powerful play war games.It was ever thus.


          • (.) Watch says:



          • Mongrel says:

            Fuck me Turnip Taliban how did you find out what the World War 1 generals did with their votes in a secret ballot? Can you use your mystic powers to tell us which party Fred West and Peter Sutcliffe voted for, so we can avoid being identified with mass murderers?
            Or have you outdone all the other nutjobs on here with the most inane comment in months?


    • 80
      Hard-Lazing Voter says:

      The main problem is that Ofuckface is a dickhead who’s taken over a year (three years if you count his election campaign) to figure out a new strategy for Afghanistan. As it stands, British soldiers are dying to cover up Obama’s incompetence and dithering. I cannot support this war based on that.


      • 373
        Mongrel says:

        Bit like blaming Cameron for Brown signing Lisbon, really. I seem to remember that it was GWB that got us into these wars and created the climate of opinion that led to Guantanamo, Abu Ghraib and all the other shit Obama is now struggling with.


        • 377
          Hard-Lazing Voter says:

          It’s Obama’s war now. Also, the “good one” which the left repeated for years. Deal with it.

          Also fuck Gitmo and Abu Ghraib. The Islamists earned it by being Hunts.


  3. 4
    genghiz the kahn says:

    The President’s spokesman said that his diary was full until June 2010 and that he looked forward to visiting Great Britain to meet Queen Elizabeth II, and the new Prime Minister David Cameron.


    • 38
      Broon v Obama Speling Bee contest (he makes Bush look intelligent) says:

      well I assume any meeting of that magnatude should be chaired by the President of the EU – perhaps GB wouldn’t mind sticking the kettle on as Tone meets Obama just as this economy begins to straighten up (and if it doesn’t after the billions pumped into it god help us)


  4. 5
    Anonymous says:

    Gay Wales? look you boyo.


  5. 10
    el Presidente designate says:

    David Miliband: Afghanistan ‘not a fight to the death’. Tell that to the families of those that have fought to their deaths.


    • 39
      Hang The Bastards says:

      Another cringeworthy statement from TWAT Milliband !


      • 234
        Gordons favourite Butt Plug says:

        Those brave soldiers haven’t died. They are just resting between deployments.

        Helicopters are also unavailable on the next mission.


    • 79
      mondeoman says:

      What agenda is he running with, self, self, self I would suggest, he is on a different planet to the majority of us, stick to bananas!!


      • 319
        Turnip Taliban of Norfolk says:

        Hate Mondeos.


      • 329
        Glaswegian says:

        The labour party is confident that the strategy they have so successfully pioneered in Springburn, and which was acclaimed by the electorate, will be a blueprint for the pacification of Afghanistan.
        Success breeds success.


  6. 11
    Master Baiter says:

    Afghans seems to want their country back like, isn’t it?


    • 19
      Gordon Brown says:

      Well they can’t have it back. Me and Obama are going to make their lives better and instal a corrupt government and police force to thrap them down. It is the right thing to do.


    • 72
      Hard-Lazing Voter says:

      The Taliban seem to want their clits back for cutting, you mean.


  7. 13
    tax is taxing says:

    Obama (a sensible and intelligent man) will surely have learned his lesson and will run a mile before having anything to do with mcdoom!


    • 70

      Quite right. Even the brief meeting in the kitchen as Obama was making a cup-a-soup managed to cause the President to dip 20 points in the polls.
      Another Brown handshake and he’ll be less popular than Bush.


      • 143
        TheCourtOfPublicOpinion says:

        Can’t see this meeting happening.

        The oldest rule of American politics is that you are never, ever seen with a loser. The world knows Bruin is just a zombie now ambling towards his headshot at the next election.


    • 323
      gordonbyebye says:

      Yeah McDoom is getting desperate so he’s making up his own strategy Obama won’t let him in on his so he’s having a hissy fit. His plan to save the world has back fired Again


  8. 21
    Animal says:

    Give the chap a break.

    It’s probably his last chance to ask around in his quest to land a plum job before being booted out by the electrorate.

    “Gis a job.
    I can do that.
    I can, I can.”


    • 29
      The Global HR Community says:

      Actually, from your CV and the references we’ve contacted so far Mr Brown it appears that you couldn’t find your arse with both hands.


      • 102
        Germoloids says:

        I would have thought a directorship of the Santander group was on the cards.


        • 111
          Grumpy Old Man says:

          Or life-president emeritus of the EU bank


          • jgm2 says:

            It would have to be some nationalised outfit. No private corporation in the world would tolerate an incompetent imbecile like Brown cluttering up the place, firing off nit-picking memos about trivia while ignoring the biggest clusterfuck in UK economic history for a full 10 years.

            He’s a ‘cant-see-the-wood-for-the-trees’ kind of guy.


          • Anonymous says:

            El presidente Tone’s butler!


          • Moley says:

            There will be a little agreement made in a Pizza Hut restauarant in Brussels between Blair and Brown.

            When Blair as President of the EU has finished playing with Europe, Brown will be allowed to play with the trainset.

            It’s all been decided; no need for elections or anything silly like that.


    • 196
      Gorden Brownn says:

      I won’t be booted out by the electorate – my party is going to stab me in the back before the voters ever get the chance! I will be gone in January, you will see – that twerp Millipede will then lead Labour to an even greater electoral oblivion than I could (especially once I have my revenge on the plotters)!


    • 263
      Number 7 says:

      How about rebuilding Hadrian’s Wall!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  9. 23
    Sceptical Steve says:

    As Richard North has pointed out in his defenceoftherealm.blogspot, there’s a big difference between a meaningful conference involving all the key participants, and Brown’s planned ego-trip. Many of the problems that we’re having out there have more to do with an ongoing 300 year old civil war and agitation from the local local powers, including India, Iran and various “stans” in the region, few of whom will be in London for Brown’s pre-election photo-op.


    • 41
      Master Baiter says:

      It makes no difference.
      The Dutch and the Canadians are ‘out of there’. The French and Germans are limiting their involvement. The only way is back, as the Italians would say, isn’t it?


  10. 25
    Anonymous says:

    This is so blatantly obvious I think a five year old would see through this. Whether the Obama administration fall for it is a different matter. Gordon being Gordon thinks it is worth a try.


    • 44
      Pontius The Pilot says:

      Thats the one in three dumbfuck Labour core voters plus McGuire who will fall for it then….


      • 60
        Master Baiter says:

        What’s the Sun’s position?

        Is it the same as Fock Snooze?


        • 81
          Mike Naylor says:

          “The earth does revolve around the sun, just not the one that’s printed in Wapping.” David Milliband Oct 2009

          Why the hell do you Marxists keep going on about it if it is not important


        • 86
          udderly 'orrible says:

          Ah mistress(t)wanky has at last run out of anything to say except a repeat reminiscent of a stuck recording.


          • Master Baiter says:

            Stuck record, stuck record, stuck record.

            Apparently the Sun’s postion is “shake it all about” for our brave boys.

            So there it is.

            Cor Phew as George Osborne would say, nat ch.


        • 120
          Putin says:

          Still overhead. Shiny thing – can’t miss it.


    • 59
      backwoodsman says:

      well, the bbc will, I think we can be fairly confident of that !


      • 77
        mondeoman says:

        I bet the BBC are already designing the logo to go with coverage!!!! This has got to be cut off at the pass, how much will this cost? There are rules about fairness when elections are called, but outside of this, this so called 6 month campaign (labour have been campaigning for 12 years), such moves to court media coverage must be questioned.


  11. 30

    I’ll wager Obama doesn’t go within a country mile of any kitchens, this time


  12. 32
    Desperate Dan says:

    The election campaign has already started. By not formally announcing it Gordon has ensured that it will be the British taxpayer who will fund the Labour Party campaign.
    Nato has a perfectly good HQ in Brussels if they want to hold a meeting. If Obama or anyone accepts Gordon’s invitation they will be guilty of unforgivable interference in British politics.


  13. 34
    He's Not Obsessed says:


  14. 45
    Peter Hitchens says:

    It was like watching a person on the tube sat next to a nutter
    Trying to be polite, then getting off at the next station just to get away from him.
    It surprised me that McMental wasnt armed with a worn out plastic LIDL carrier bag , scuffed shoes and a hearing aid.


    • 100

      I would just like to point out that Gordon Brown has never shopped at Lidl and that we in no way wish to associated with that loser.

      Thank you for giving me the time to clarify this matter.


      • 125
        The Beast of Clerkenwell says:

        From Downing Street

        “The Prime Hoon has just wished Lidl all the best in these trying times as hard working familes struggle to pay for his Sky subscription and heartily recommends Lidl luncheon meat as a prudent way to keep death by starvation at bay.”

        So thats Lidl fucked then


    • 118
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      That was a hearing-aidist remark. BTW, write louder, I can’t hear you.


  15. 51
    Merely A Passer By says:

    Just mention Global Statesman and Brown attempts to look intelligent, decent and serious but ends up looking like he’s touching himself…ugh!

    I’m really more annoyed at how he will be using the Queen to trot out some unworkable Socialshit Utopian nonsense tomorrow…hopefully she’ll confine him to the Tower this afternoon.

    It really all started in Number 10.


  16. 52
    Stephen Fry-Up says:

    This won’t save him. Obama may choose to avoiud coming now its been revealed that, as a result of the MPs expenses scandal, Britain is now regarded as one of the most corrupt countries in the world.


  17. 57
    Anonymous says:

    Aren’t Obama’s popularity ratings now through the floor – the curse of Jonah, or is he just crap?


    • 74
      jgm2 says:

      Bush handed the Obama the same kind of fucked economy that Brown is going to hand Cameron.

      That’s why Obama shuns Brown. He looks at Brown and he sees Bush. without Blair/Brown the imbecile Bush would have found it impossible to sell his idiot war to the UN and the US people. The UK was the one ‘other’ international power that gave Bush the fig-leaf of popular global support for his idiocy.

      Obama knows this.

      Likewise Brown spends all his time blaming the yanks for the fucked up UK economy when he should be thanking the yanks for pulling the pin on all th reckless borrowing and squandering that brought the Uk to the brink of b*nk*upcy.

      No wonder Obama wants fuck all to do with him.


    • 78
      Sir William Waad says:

      Obama is having a hard job persuading the Yanks of the merits of making sick people well.


  18. 58
    aden says:

    “Gordon wants a pretext to bring Obama to London so he can play the international statesman saving the world again in the run up to the election.”

    That’s as obvious as Master Baiters’s genital warts.


  19. 61
    Hard-Lazing Voter says:

    Whilst Blair was Bush’s poodle, at least their relationship was generally friendly. Brown just sucks up to Obama at every given opportunity, even though it’s clear that Bammy wants Gordo to fuck off most of the time. It’s pathetic.

    One thing’s for sure though, things won’t change when Cameron wins next year. Obama hates Britain.


    • 112
      purpleline says:

      He is a Kenyan Muslim, hatred of Britain is par for the course, CIA probably are now runnin cells here to attack us on the orders of this president


      • 131
        The IMF is coming says:

        Makes a change from the Kremlin


        • 151
          purpleline says:

          Kremlin are our best buddies, most of the Labour party are ex- communists or sympathisers. Jack Jones Russian Spy and personal mentor of the one eyed son of the manse.

          I rest my case


  20. 62
    Mike Naylor says:

    I am not usually a fan of Mr Brown, but I understand that he is going make policies that really help the underpriviledged areas of Britain, such as Labour marginals.


  21. 68
    REEVO says:

    Obama has his own problems besides what would he want with a dead beat economy presided over by the most corrupt insignificant bunch of toss pots that is Westminster.

    Gordon don’t hold your breath, err on second thoughts…….


  22. 71
    Sir William Waad says:

    It would be better if Mr O’Barmy met Alan Johnson, so the striking postman could gauge for himself the effects of cannabis consumption on mental and physical health.


  23. 82
    Obama wins restraining order against Gordon Brown says:

    Obama described Brown as an “obsessed and mentally unstable stalker”.


  24. 109
    purpleline says:

    The only way to get Obama into town is to tell him Gordon Brown is holding an Islamic summit for world leaders. We know they are in control and we know Prez Obamao is a Muslim marxist.

    Grdon Brown stop the world, I want to get off, with my dodgy eye i am a little giddy


  25. 114
    Tired and jaded says:

    All Brown said last night was that the meeting will take place in January and that he had “offered” to host it in London. So the next stage is to see if his offer is accepted.

    Obama might “offer” to host it in Palm Beach. I know where I’d rather spend a week in January.


  26. 116
    grdnon bwron says:

    why are ‘the left’ so obsessed with O’bama?

    Gordon chased hinm through the kitchens last time!!!!

    that makes you look like a really big world leader gordie!!!!!!!
    or a desperate lunatic more like.
    or is it that gordie has heard the rumours about O’bamas gay exploits?

    just waiting fir ‘fabian solutions’ to turn up to tell us how the new messiah is going to bring world peace! (probably still at school right now).

    world peace in iraq?
    afghanistan? where the wat was supposed to capture osama bin laden?
    a war that has lasted longer than WWII !!!!!!!
    iran next?
    oh and dont mention israel.


    • 128
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      Brown wasn’t running WWII, or it would still be going on.


      • 136
        jgm2 says:

        No it wouldn’t. We’d have been over-run about two weeks after France and Brown would be the leader of the Vichy British government doing as the leder of Greater Europe ordered him.

        Just like he does today in fact.


        • 243
          Inspector Cyril Blake says:

          that’s so true it’s scary; he’d sign the document of surrender but “in private” so that he could pretend that he didn’t really do it. Oh.. he did do that.


    • 132
      jgm2 says:

      Fabian Solutions is another Tory troll like MB. Designed to put steel in your heart and regalvanise your efforts to throw this incompetent Labour maladministration out of power.

      And a damn fine job they’re both doing. And when I say ‘both’ I may be over-counting ‘them’.


      • 162
        Confuschia says:

        Master Baiter go to bed with hard problem.

        He wake up with Fabian Solution in hand.


      • 187
        I'm talking to myself - again - but that's the internet for you !! says:

        “………….and when I say ‘both’ I may be over-counting ‘them’……..

        You could be right – it’s often felt like there are people who post on this site with multiple personalities and aliases. Sometimes the same person even has quite abusive arguments with themselves under different aliases usually after returning home suffering from too much “refreshment” and then in the morning they have another argument over the original argument claiming to be totally unaware of what they’ve previously written under another alias – if that makes sense ???


      • 332
        Oxford Don says:

        Not really some of us really vote Labour,read The Guardian,watch the BBC and hide the Daily Mail.Some of us are graduates who see it as inherently sensible to vote Labour.Some of us live in middle class towns in the country.There are no stereotypes.However if you add the 30% or so people who vote Labour to the 20% who vote Liberal then there is a left wing majority in this country.The Conservatives are the past,the future is left of centre.


        • 347
          Animal says:

          Moronic, ignorant, inaccurate bilge that’s not even up to the standard of an irksome spotty little sixth former.

          Political forces ebb and flow. The people have been reminded of the real face of socialism; horrific debt, blundering mismangement and hypocrisy. They want change, a future of freedom, not the controlling uber state you so cravenly seek in order to rid yourself of any responsibility in life.

          Crawl back under your stone you blinkered little troll.


          • Big Labour Troll Fan says:

            Agree with Oxford chap.Yes it is obvious there is a left of centre majority in this country.The Tories represent the feudal politics of the past.Good riddance.Hope they never again get into power.By the way Norweigians like trolls,sure they be the little people of Scandinavia.May bring you luck. Everyone should have a Troll.They are cute.


        • 360
          Boris Obama says:

          If you add those that don’t bother to vote to the BNP and UKIP vote, isn’t there a vast right wing majority?


    • 182
      Gordon 'Norvelle' Brown says:

      chase me obama, chase me


  27. 122
    Carry On Don't Lose Your Head (1967) says:

    Obama, please put a cap in his ass.


  28. 123
    Master Baiter says:

    Dear all,

    I’ve given it a fair crack over the last few months to try and divert some of you over to vote for the Labour party. Someone once commented that I am being paid £5 per post on here. I don’t get paid per post, i work for Editorial Intelligence and am salaried with a bonus paid if we win the Election next year.

    To be honest, I’m sick of it now. We’ve no chance of winning, so I’m off to do something more worthwhile with my life than trawling anti Labour websites attempting to forge public opinion. It’s like trying to push smoke up an elephants arse with a pencil.

    Thanks for all the fun




    • 133
      Tired and jaded says:

      It’s been like, well, y’know … it’s been GREAT.


    • 138
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      Isn’t “Editorial Intelligence ” one of those oxymoronic things? Thanks for all the entertainment and scouring of the arteries over the last few months. You might be crap as a political commentator, but you make a superb combined anti-cholesterol and laxative treatment. You can leave in the knowledge that you have materially improved the general health of the Right. Bye-Bye, and take care.


    • 148
      Master Baiter's Crusty Sock says:

      Oh, no – life is going to get very sticky, methinks. It was only that computer that gave me any respite.


    • 168
      A passer by says:

      Go and claw your arse with a rusty meat hook.


    • 214
      Been there says:

      Nice company you’ve been keeping there MB


      • 289
        The Ape man commeth says:

        “But Julia Hobsbawm is not a government official. Julia Hobsbawm is an independent PR consultant with deep New Labour links.”

        a government un-official then.


    • 247
      Inspector Cyril Blake says:

      if true, not really the best thought out strategy ever, was it? especially as everyone and his dog, cat, and their fleas know that Labour have about as much chance of winning the next election as I do of becoming the Emperor of China.


  29. 126
    Jack Smack says:

    Brown is a Vizesque comedy act that never stops giving – he just cannot help it

    It will be a firework finale of fuckwittery as Obama is pictured in London with a backdrop of anti capitalist vandalism, swastikas, Islamic flags and other other group who can get out of bed


  30. 127
    udderly 'orrible says:

    OT- Burn the Witch, Burn her!

    “Harman Bill could stop Christmas say bishops
    Nicholas Cecil, Chief Political Correspondent
    Catholic bishops today warned that Harriet Harman’s Equality Bill could mean bans on Christmas celebrations.
    The bishops fear that the Bill is so complex that interpreting it could lead to bizarre decisions by town halls and other organisations.
    The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales also told MPs that campaign groups could take legal action in an attempt to have the Bill enforced in ways which fit their agenda…” – Evening Standard


  31. 130
    Master Baiter says:

    Nice try, but it’s not E I who I work for.


  32. 135
    gordon the commie traitor says:

    gordie was talking about a new world order on monday. so what exactly is that?

    is that where the west becomes bankrupt?
    china takes over?
    india will not be too keen on that.
    or russia.

    the uk goes bust and descends into anarchy? ditto the u.s? (both bust already in reality)

    so who will bail out all the small countries?
    who will buy their goods?

    gordon you are as cunning as a fox that shits in its own den!!!!!!


  33. 137
    God says:

    This is just another stunt by the Caledonian Canute – Brown is so desperate to get publicity; that’s ANY publicity, that he’s now posing as a “Strongman” over Afghanistan. What a joke that is! Brown doesn’t give a flying fuck for the soldiers fighting this ridiculous war and he doesn’t even understand what it’s all about; he just wants to present himself as a “tough kookie” – and that’s another joke if ever I heard one. Will no one rid us of this one eyed Scottish idiot (thanks for allowing the quote Jeremy) before we all drown in a sea of our own vomit?


    • 145
      it aint rocket science says:

      Where will the gayboy going to get the extra troops from anyway, if Barry decides to stay and Gordon copies.


  34. 142
    Colonel Gaddifi Duck says:

    Quack Quack beautiful women convert to Islam today so you can reach your true potential and destiny of becoming baby making machines on maximum output Quack Quack. Don’t talk back or i’ll slap you Quack Quack.


  35. 147
    Master Baiter says:

    Keep sport out of politics.

    By the way serious question, well almost. Did anyone see the two night mares appearing on behalf of the Conservitudes on Newsnight? Subject was wimmins’ position in the pardee or something like?

    Who are they? They were a classic absolutely classic manifestation in moving colour transported through the ariwaves of the reason why the Conservitudes have lost resoundingly three elections in a row.

    Again, who are they? Do they really exist? Where are they kept? Truly amazed, just amazed, really almost speechless.


    • 154
      thick as thieves says:

      masterbaiter’s totally fucking lost it!
      ha ha ha ha!


      • 164
        Master Baiter says:

        Come on tat who are they? Find them on iplayer, classic honestly, classic. They are the very reason the Conservitudes have been out for so many years. Honestly, not a joke.

        By the way tat has not only lost his edge, he’s gone over it!



        • 221
          thick as thieves says:

          oh dear, this is all very sad for you, isn’t it.
          hmm…. the labour party has alienated everybody apart from people on benefits.
          only people who receive benefits are scared of the tories getting in.
          after 12 years of new labour government, the new labour party’s core vote has been reduced to benefit claimants.
          you and your party are totally fucked. and that is before we even start on the torture and war and occupation issues.
          you are one fucked motherfucker.
          and you are now banging your head against a brick wall. indeed, you are diminishing the vote further by acting like a total arshole all the time and helping people realise what a bunch of pricks new labour party members are.
          game over.
          so who would take over from your shower of shit new labour government?
          I see a hung parliament with a coalition cabinet. such a grouping would be entirely correct and order during a time of war and recession. and I would like to see as many independent candidates stand as possible to offer some balance of power.
          checks and balances, checks and balances old boy.
          the current crisis caused by the labour party failing to depose brown has placed the labour party’s interests above the national interest.
          brown has lost his cabinet, he has lost his compass, and he has lost his marbles.
          who gives a fuck who else gets in? you are asking the wrong question.
          the priority is to get the madman gordon brown out of office.
          brown is mentally deranged and disordered, his mental health is too unstable for him to remain in office any longer.
          an immediate general election must be called.


          • Master Baiter says:

            tat, more of a pant than a rant.

            (aside to audience) Right over the edge, any ideas what the final straw was?


          • thick as thieves says:

            checks and balances MB.
            fucking hell masterbaiter, you are so defeated that you are not even pretending to listen anymore.
            all I am saying is that it will be very good to see checks and balances re-introduced and existing ones respected in parliament again.
            new labour has shown much disrepect and done much damage to the scrutinising abilities of parliamentary procedure.
            their vandalism of the British Constitution and of Parliament’s procedures and its Offices of State has been a co-ordinated and pre-medidated mission carried out by key members of the new labour war and occupation and torture party.
            these people should be hanged for their crimes of treason against Her Majesty the Queen, the Realm of the United Kingdom its Parliament and Constitution.
            such seditionists as blair, brown, straw and miliband et al must be dealt with summarily and brutally for betraying the United Kingdom.
            they should be hanged from their necks.
            all of the above would, ofcourse, need to be authorised by a court of law. but they did it to the war criminal saddam hussein, so if the above are also found guilty of war crimes and torture crimes then they should accept no favour or different sentence. if hanging is good enough for saddam then it is good enough for these traitors.
            but whatever happens I must say that I am rather looking forward to the next parliament.
            this could be very interesting indeed: the next hung parliament has the potential to be, by default, one of the most democratic British Parliaments of the 21st Century.
            good innit.


    • 156
      Engineer says:

      No idea, didn’t see the programme.

      I think your problem is that you are so used to the likes of Harperson, Spliff, the Chipmunk and Windowdressing all spouting the party line (in between Harperson’s man-hating rants) that when you see a real woman, one with a bit of natural intelligence, elegance and the capacity to use her own brain, it totally confuses you. Get used to it, young Baiter; there will be a lot more of them around soon!


      • 190
        thick as thieves says:

        yes, engineer, there will be more real women in politics soon and most of them will be independent candidates. real women with their own independent views.
        so keep your sweaty palms to yourself engineer. we all know that you are addicted to steam engine pornography so just make sure you behave yourself engineer, keep your hands to yourself, eh?
        oh, and also: do not talk over tob boy you cheeky fucking slag.
        show some manners engineer before you get a good fucking slap.
        I don’t care if your tory mates are watching, you will get a good hiding if you fail to show the appropriate respect to top boy.
        you will fucking learn engineer because you are being taught by the great thick as thieves.
        you will be taught some manners whether you like it or not.
        here endeth today’s lesson.


    • 163
      The IMF is coming says:

      Raise you:
      Beckett, Blears,Harperson, Balls just for a starter


    • 172
      God says:

      There’s a lot wrong with the Conservatives – I know that because I’m all-seeing and all-knowing, but anything has got to be better than Gordon Brown, Peter Mandelson, Alan Johnson, The Milliband Twins and the rest of that unlovely bunch of twats from the Labour party! Let’s face it; most politicians are completely hopeless cases who would be unemployable in the real world, have no interest in anything except feathering their pathetic nests and make the average banker look relatively honest, but some are worse than others and the current “government” really is the bottom of the barrel. What we need is a single-minded dictator who knows what he’s talking about, is not interested in making money out of politics and can do the job – I’m volunteering as of now. One thing is for sure – I’d make a bloody sight better fist of things than Brown, Cameron or Clegg! Can I rely on all your votes folks?


  36. 157
    BillyBob poops on ZaNuLab says:

    Lefties……… such a shame, you are coming to your wilderness years !!!


  37. 159
    Dave "Cast Iron Guarantee" Cameron says:

    What the fuck am I going to do now??

    Gordon is getting al the media coverage,and it will improve his poll ratings for fucks sake

    I am working on another cast iron guarantee


    • 165
      BillyBob poops on ZaNuLab says:

      Good try, but you are still heading to oblivion, byeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee


    • 168
      jgm2 says:

      Don’t worry Dave. Gordon Brown generating some press-cuttings for his scrap book will not translate into positive poll ratings. Quite the opposite.

      The entire UK recognises his clumsy pronouncements for what they are. The ravings of a lunatic.


  38. 161
    Engineer says:

    The only way Obama will be attending anything in Britain in January is if the invitation is from Her Majesty. She doesn’t do politics, so no point Wee Gordy trying that one.

    The invitation will be returned to Wee Gordy with a polite note from Barry explaining that he’s sorry, but he’s washing his hair that week.


  39. 171
    gone fuckin mental says:

    brown and blair should be on trail for war crimes and then hung


  40. 176
    BillyBob poops on ZaNuLab says:

    Gordo, is like the kid in the primary school who calls on Barry, the older boy up the street, “please, are you coming out to play?”
    Only to be told, “No, now f*ck off” and then has the door shut in his face!!

    Lefties…..en route to the wilderness years!!


    • 180
      gone fuckin mental says:

      what happened to that tax brown wanted everyone in the world to pay ?


      • 191
        Gordon Brown says:

        It is going ahead, the new tax will be brought in at zero percent.


        • 195
          gone fuckin mental says:

          how much will it raise then ?


          • Gordon Brown says:

            Year on year it will raise a not inconsiderable 0%, quite an achievement in these troubled times and far more than the do nothing tories, would ever dream of.

            Nurse, bring me that wonderful painting of Obama beach, when you come back to change my nappy.


      • 194
        mondeoman says:

        His only answer to all things wrong with the world (he is the leader of the new world order of course) is TAX TAX TAX…..

        Socialism by stealth, that’s what he is about, the past 12 years redistribution be stealth. You can count it in days when this nightmare will be brought to an end.


        • 271
          BillyBob poops on ZaNuLab says:

          Do I recall a few years ago before everything went tits up, our Great Leader promised every kid in Africa an education, at our expense ?? Was that real or just another of their daily headlines???

          The wilderness years are coming …….. for the pseudo saviours of the Working Classes and call centre workers!!!


  41. 189
    gone fuckin mental says:

    anyway since the last time brown meet barry, barrys gone south in the polls


  42. 192
    Bill bo.o says:

    Ha ha ha! Obama has turned out to be the biggest failure in the history of the universe. Everything the cheap JFK impersonator has said has been a lie. I wouldn’t be surprised jews are working the cheap scum bag with magnets.

    He’s infinitely worse than Bush. Bush needed some ‘Manchurian candidate’ work to get him totally compliant. Obama is in it for the ‘bling’ and free white crack hos (+ crack – look how thin the monk is).


  43. 198
    I hate new Labour says:

    But what about the recnet cries of “He’s only trying his best! He’s blind!
    He doesn’t mean to offend!”

    Maybe now people will see what a scheming f*ckwit he is, he’d sacrifice thousands of lives in Afghanistan if it got him elected again…

    I detest him and wish him and his new Labour brethren a slow painful death.


    • 205
      God and Satan both says:

      It is so written.

      And a nasty, slow, painful afterlife too. The nasty, evil fuckers.


    • 246
      South of the M4 says:

      For he has form. He has already sacrificed a great many on fixed incomes – and is engineering inflation to complete the shift into near poverty for those and more. His dishonesty with our finest military professionals should be the last straw. But will it?


  44. 201
    Master Baiter says:

    Clapped out class ridden bigots.


    • 203
      Labour's Front Bench says:

      Did somebody call?


    • 213
      resurgemus says:

      absolutely MB

      here try this from PB, a list of your favourite jounalists:

      And there of course theres the journalists of the left..
      Editor Alan Rusbridger (Cranleigh); political editor Patrick Wintour
      (Westminster); leader writer Madeleine Bunting (Queen Mary’s,
      Yorkshire); policy editor Jonathan Freedland (University College
      School); columnist Polly Toynbee (Badminton); executive editor Ian
      Katz (University College School); security affairs editor Richard
      Norton Taylor (King’s School, Canterbury); arts editor-in-chief Clare
      Margetson (Marlborough College); literary editor Clare Armitstead
      (Bedales); public services editor David Brindle (Bablake); city editor
      Julia Finch (King’s High, Warwick).; environment editor John Vidal (St
      Bees); fashion editor Jess Cartner-Morley (City of london School for
      Girls); G3 editor Janine Gibson (Walthamstow Hall); northern editor
      Martin Wainwright (Shreswbury); and industrial editor David Gow (St
      Peter’s, York); Seumas Milne, an Old Wykehamist (Winchester College)
      and at Balliol; the Observer’s Andrew Rawnsley (Rugby School and
      Cambridge U); George Monbiot (Stowe); Zoe Williams (Godolphin and


  45. 208

    I am very happy for that nice Mr Brown to lead the world, just as long as he doesn’t lead it down the swanny.


  46. 212
    Jimmy says:

    So you can’t think of any reason for a summit on Afghanistan other than a photo?

    You really are a Cameroon you know.


    • 236
      jgm2 says:

      I think, where Brown is concerened, that it’s an odds-on bet that the chief motivation for this ‘initiative’ is a self-promotional photo opportunity.

      If Brown genuinely wants to sort this out he could just pick up the phone on the q.t. and have a chat with everybody but Brown just loves trying to bounce the rest of the world into his own fucked up perversion of reality.

      Hence that is twice now he has flown off to the US with zero notice and no invitation declaring that he’s off to see the president. And both times he had to hang around outside the White House for hours trying to look inconspicuous and nonchalent while the UK ambassador pleads with his US counterpart for a five minute meeting just so that Brown (and by extension, the entire UK) isn’t totally humiliated.

      Photo op? Fuck yeah. That’s all it is to Brown.


      • 250
        jgm2 says:

        Witness a few days ago when he declared to the world that Obama had told him that he (obama) was going to announce umpty-dump more troops in the next few days.

        The sole purpose of that was to announce to the world that he (Brown) was so fucking important he got to field a phonecall from Obama last week. No other purpose. Maybe Obama did share with him the news’ that he was going to increase troop numbers but the fucking big mouth couldn’t keep his fucking gob shut till the president had squared it away with his people. Nope, had to fucking blab just so we all know that Gordon-fucking-Brown gets phoned by the US president.

        You can be sure Obama will be confiding fuck-all to Brown in future.

        If somebody did that to Brown – leaked confidential military information – he’d have them arrested and their office raided in the interests of national security.

        He really is an utter imbecile.


      • 265
        James Gordon Brown says:

        I hope Barry didn’t spy me peeking in at him in the oval office while he was busy.

        I was dressed up like a Japanese Tourist; silly hat, checked shirt, jumper over my back, sunglasses, camera, beige shorts to show off my lovely legs, white socks and brown sandals. Sarah picked it out especially.


    • 273
      Sir William Waad says:

      They could ring, or use the email, like everyone else.


      • 277
        James Gordon Brown's (Actually his secetary writing for the blind kunt) says:

        Well William as you may know, I suffered some terrible accidents when i was younger, I am more a face to face person than an over the phone person.

        Yours Faithfully

        Gordon Brown PM


        • 340
          This will hurt you more than me says:

          Yeah – rip your grotty face off with a sharp knife,you lying murderous bastard Brown


      • 341
        Jimmy says:

        Why not twitter?

        This really is the party line isn’t it?


  47. 251
    Moley says:

    The world leaders can ask Brown what he has done to eradicate corruption from parliament which has affected Britain’s global reputation.

    While we are on the subject of corruption, they can also talk about our forthcoming election, (whilst they are talking about Afghani elections), and ask for international observers to monitor the UK election which is widely expected to be the most corrupt ever.


    • 270
      Sir William Waad says:

      You only have to consider the many billions that go AWOL very year on ‘consulancy’ or ‘unexpected costs increments’ to see that corruption in the UK must be taking place on a grand scale.


    • 291
      Anonymous says:

      Don’t it make you proud that it has come to this?


  48. 254
  49. 256
    James La Scarre says:

    Barry is trying to save white people worldwide, as soon as a climate change deal is ironed out and all our wealth is given to Africa, all that will be left for us is to fight for the scraps in our ‘multicultural societies’ n.b. hell holes.

    He is a lone agent in a vast conspiracy with no one he can trust or turn to.


  50. 258
    Anonymous says:

    Call me old fashioned, but I thought that when you go to war you should have a strategy to begin with.

    The idea that you can fight a war for 8 years and only then after 8 years suddenly say “oh, we forgot to work out why we’re here and how we’re planning to win/exit” shows negligence beyond belief.

    So, in 2 month’s time he’s going to talk to someone to formulate a strategy? What the fuck? It should have been done 8 years ago. If nobody else in nato or the un can be arsed to formulate one then we should have formulated one for ourselves and stuck to that.

    I’m at a loss to understand why Brown hasn’t been crucified over this; fighting a war for 8 years with absolutely no idea/plan of what they want to achieve or how to achieve it?

    It’s very very simple, Gordon, you don’t need to form endless committees to work it out, and you don’t even need to speak to the un or nato, here’s what you do you fucking negligent bastard:

    1) In the regions that the UK is currently responsible for in Afghanistan, you train a handful of Afghanistanis to the level that those people can then train more Afghanistanis.

    2) You get the fuck out of their country and leave them to it.

    It doesn’t take 8 years to do that, Gordon, it takes a couple of months, and it’s something we were supposed to have done 8 years ago, you fucking mindless wanker.


    • 268
      Master Baiter says:

      What’s the Sun’s (newspaper teehee) postion on this?

      In or out or shake it all about?

      Turn to page 3, uncover the truth.


    • 269
      .243 Win says:

      …and that’s the big problem waging a war against an abstract : “terror”.

      It’s non-linear, it has no national boundaries and no defined organisation.

      But for the Fabian left, it’s irresistible : Declare war on a concept because you’ll never – ever – have to deal with the conditions that gave rise to the reality.


      • 310
        Anonymous says:

        This war, it is next door to a nuclear power – bombs and all, innit?


      • 338
        Anonymous says:

        Good old Nick Robinson coined a similar phrase when he was trying to spin that Brown was a modern day churchill.

        He said that Brown was waging a “war on economics”.

        Other people would have put it differently, such as “trying to fix the fuck-ups he’s made for the last 13 years”

        yep; the left do indeed love ideological “wars” – it means they don’t need to use logic/reason, they just blindly cite ideology and forget about common sense, logic, reason, and facts.

        In fact ignoring common sense, logic, reason, and facts is the only way the left wing can ever put forward an “argument”. Anyone who’s allowed to debate with them using common sense, logic, reason, and facts would always win the argument.

        So, the left-wing don’t use “arguments” as such, they just cite blind ideology and bumble along destroying everything they touch.

        Their ideology is self-evidently nonsensical to anyone who’s got half a brain, and anyone who follows such nonsensical ideology must therefore have less than half a brain.

        Makes you wonder how stupid the general public must be to have elected them 3 times in a row. The answer to that is that, sadly, most of the general public are uneducated and unfathomably stupid.


  51. 259
    Greychatter says:

    The “Turkey” is preening or should that be “pruning” himself ready for Christmas – preparing for his autobiography, World Statesman roll, and world tour with book signing.

    Bashing the bankers and working middle class as a prelude.


    • 280
      Master Baiter says:

      Speaking of turkeys, has anyone seen Mrs Brown’s baster, be good PR to get the old gel preggers just before the election eh Conservitudes?

      No tactic too low here in the bunker.

      Isn’t it, though?


  52. 262
    Disco Biscuit says:

    Obama’s shown a reluctance to attend foreign summits and other events abroad since he was elected; he’ll probably sent Hilary if anyone.

    If Brown goes on too much about withdrawal, the Americans might conclude that the limeys are yellow, which I suppose would make us lemons…


    • 281
      Engineer says:

      Slightly worrying that Obama “wants to take the time to ensure that we’ve got it right” over his Afghan strategy. I can understand that before military action starts, but when you have troops in theatre taking losses, time is something you don’t have much of to reformulate strategy. This is one instance when a leader has to use best available information and ‘gut-instinct’ to make a positive decision and ensure that the people on the ground know what they are there to achieve. Indecision and procrastination costs lives.


  53. 266
    The PM shouldn't be disturbed but this cunt is says:

    Is there any depth to which this wretched, hate filled, bullying, inadequate, spendaholic, lying, brooding, hate filled Hunt will not sink?

    So Afghanistan is now a MAJOR priority is it now?
    Presumably Little Lord Sodomite has told him to start pretending he cares about soldiers over there, which he will do like a clockwork gurning toy until he’s told to ‘care’ about something else.

    I desperately want these Labour vermin to get back in with a majority, let them take the pain of paying off all those bribes to the client statists: benefits scroungers, disability fraudsters, and paper shufflers.
    But then again I dont live in Blighty any longer, so im on easy street


  54. 274
    Sukyspook says:

    Brown is no ones ‘poodle’ – more a smelly old mongrel if you ask me – however, we must try to avoid the ‘divide and conquer’ trap if at all possible….even though both Brown and Osama, Ohama, sorry Obama are both lackies of dark forces steering us towards a fascist totalitarian nightmarish future.

    “There he stands, Teleprompter Man, looking left and right, reading the words that someone else has written, delivered with the same monotonous droll, and with the fake emotion of a fake man.
    Just another speech, another day on the set, another image and policy to sell. ”

    “They Don’t Really Care About Us” by Michael Jackson and at 4′ 30″ – the Obama agenda rumbled:


  55. 284
    Barry O’Brien,The White Horse, Penicillin Avenue, Warrington says:

    Sorry Mr Brown I can’t make it


  56. 286
    streamfisher says:

    Treason Island….Poor old Blind Pew to get the order of the black spot again. Cap’n Flint says:
    Skwaaak!, where’s me pieces of eight gone?, Pirates, Pirates, Sqwaauk!


  57. 288
    JK says:

    Brown also wants to set a trap for a Tory government by portraying them as warmongers by not withdrawing the troops.


  58. 292
    • 351
      Animal says:

      A very logical and reasoned point too made by that chap.

      I hope he is wrong though. The day one of those scum gets a seat in the Commons will be a new low point in our history.

      But we can thank Gordon for it.


  59. 294
    Eileen Critchley says:

    Afghanistan: It’s not the winning, its the taking part!


  60. 304

    The solution to our woes in Afghanistan is to pay people to be our friends. This is apparantly the solution being tried out by the army now – but it was ever thus. I keep reccomending my old mate Michael Griffin’s book on Afghanistan and the Taliban – reaping the whirlwind. That came out just beofre 9/11 but the answers are all in there. In Afghanistan there is a fighting season – spring summer and early autumn (and there always has been – it’s what they do) – and then in the winter there’s the bargaining season – where you make alliances, break alliances, sell your sword to the higest bidder (this is what they do).

    So if we want to break our habit, and win an afghan campaign, we should follow suit. Buy our friends. And they’re cheap. Cheaper than our soldiers’ blood. Blood we had no need to spill.

    Gordon’s going to announce some great new policy of talking to the Taliban – something that could have been done eight years ago. SOmething some of us were suggesting then – if we really wanted involvement there. Eight wasted years, thousands of wasted lives, but hey, Gordon gets to look like a statesman, and that’s what it’s all about.

    Fucking arseholes, the lot of them. Put them in a foxhole. Get them sweeping up pieces of nine year olds. Vermin. Yeah Labour. You know who the real vermin are.


    • 320
      Master Baiter says:

      Very good start, poor finish.


      • 336
        thick as thieves says:

        very poor start, very poor finish.


      • 342
        Glaswegian says:

        Labour solved a similar problem in Springburn by putting everyone on benefits.
        To stop asylum seekers coming to the UK for benefits he will pay them benefits to stay in Afghanistan.
        The currency can be created in the next round of Quantitative Easing,


  61. 322
    QE is just postponing the problem.. says:

    European government bonds will beat Treasurys in the next nine months as investors bet the region’s central bank is better placed than the Federal Reserve to contain inflation, according to Raiffeisen KAG.

    The German 10-year bund will yield as much as 40 basis points less than the similar-maturity Treasury note by the end of June, said Christian Zima, a bond fund manager at the company in Vienna. The U.S. and the UK have been more aggressive than European policy makers in the measures they introduced to counter the worst recession since World War II, Zima said. That’s increased the prospect of inflation, he said.

    “We are not so negative on Europe,” said Zima, who helps oversee about US$43 billion in assets. “The European Central Bank hasn’t introduced quantitative easing like the Fed or the Bank of England , so the long- term inflation credibility is an asset that should support government bonds.”

    From the ‘China Daily’

    PS ECB buying AAA ‘Covered Bonds’ not Treasuries which have got the Ratings Agencies twitching for a downgrade.

    QE Fans have only one object in mind….postponing the real pain till after a June 2010 election in the hope of avoiding total Labour meltdown. A clear case of party before country.


    • 325
      Master Baiter says:

      Be that as it may Cameo, Osborne and even Hammond from the Conservitude front bench back QE (quantitative easing), becasue it’s the right thing to do.

      Not having QE will cost more than having QE.

      Stimulating, isn’t it?


    • 327
      The IMF is coming says:

      new post relating to this, move along please


    • 374
      Worried in Westminster says:

      QE is a heads I win – tails you lose strategy.

      Brown wins and we get uinflation 1970s style or Tories win and look at a big black hole in UK finances……..

      With £200bn being expended about £3,333 each per capita in the UK and c. £10,000 per employed in Private industry, QE on this scale should be counted as Labour Party Political Election Expenditure…

      In the meantime the near blind world grandstanding Pied Piper is about to try to lead other rats lemming-like to new disasters.


  62. 326
    Disco Biscuit says:

    “What is essential in war is victory, not prolonged operations”

    “Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win.”

    “A leader leads by example not by force.”

    “Treat your men as you would your own beloved sons. And they will follow you into the deepest valley.”

    I think someone should introduce Mr Brown to Sun Tzu’s The Art of War


  63. 330
    Anonymous says:

    Shouldn’t he be advised to avoid photo ops? His appearance is more geared to radio.


  64. 339
    13eastie (169 Days, Gordumb) says:

    So, Gordumb’s going to be hosting a summit for Barry in London, is he?

    It sounds important.

    We’d better ask if the new head cook at the American Embassy can put a couple of chairs out in the kitchen for them this time.


  65. 345
    Max says:

    Bliar won’t be EU President.
    Millipede won’t be EU Foreign Minister.
    O’Bama won’t be at any London Summit in January.

    ‘Tis the End.

    [Band strikes up]


  66. 348
    Obama is a Twat says:

    I see Toenails was doing his usual shit tonight on the BBC news defending the one eyed twat over YET ANOTHER dead soldier’s comments to his family over the lack of kit.

    Did Toenails actually have his words written by Downing Street in his hands as he spoke?

    Toenails wanking on about how new body armour wouldn’t save lives, but what about other kit Toenails?

    How about scrapping the BBC and giving the money to the military instead?

    The only time Toenails apperas on the news these days is when the one eyed mong is in trouble.


    • 352
      BillyBob poops on ZaNuLab says:

      Just typical Labour, they go for the jugular of anyone who will not tow the party line…….

      Light at the end of the tunnel……. the wilderness years beckon!!


    • 370
      Dubya and Palin are Redneck submental twunts says:

      David Cameron will win Afghanistan within 6 days of entering Downing Street as soon as he gets those helicopters and equipment he hasn’t promised any money for

      Broons fuckwitterty on Afghanistan wil soon morph into Camoron’s fuckwittery on Afghanistan as the dead keep piling up from the slaughterhouse quagmire


      • 375
        Obama is a twat says:

        Best thing Cameron can do is order the troops home oh and turn up at Lyneham or ask the Queen to attend.

        Brown is a cowardly shit.


  67. 359
    Anonymous says:

    masterbaiter I think you’ve had more than 2 shredded wheat today


  68. 361
    Hard-Glazed Floater says:

    That fawning and excruciatingly embarrassing…

    “I’m enjoying watching Barack Obama. I think he’s a brilliant speaker, I think his optimism and sense of hope for the future is inspiring a lot of people. It’s great to see. Too often [politics] gets down to hope and fear and I think it’s wonderful when hope wins. I’m enjoying watching him, I must say. I think he’s compelling,” Cameron told Radio 5 Live’s Breakfast programme.

    “What people like is the sense that Obama generates, that we don’t have to be like this, we can do better… I think we need that same sense of possibility here.”

    …David Cameron interview


    • 378
      Hard-Lazing Voter says:

      And he’ll still be treated like a used tampon like Brown has been.

      Yurp needs to get off the Hussein love train. It’s making them look stupid.


  69. 366

    Brown will be the only Chimp at the tea party !


  70. 368

    Excuses For not turning up
    Obanana: Sorry gordon Ive got a dentist appointment
    Angela Murky: Err im washing my hair that day sorry !
    The French Midget:Sorry ican,t make it i will be snail hunting
    Big Papa Burly Bone me :Sorry i will on that day ,be saving fallen woman(i,ll save a blond for you brownie)ha ha ha !


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