April 11th, 2010

If It Is Good Enough for the Troops,
It Is Good Enough for Politicians

Denis MacShane is an odious man, some of the stuff he has written in recent months smearing eurosceptics as basically neo-nazis really crossed over the line. He has been comprehensively debunked time and time again by Britain’s former ambassador to Poland, Charles Crawford. Nevertheless the media still give the professional Pole a platform, the Guardian gave him space on the Polish air crash tragedy yesterday.

What struck Guido reading his eulogy to the Polish president, Lech Kaczynski, wasn’t the shameless shift in gear by MacShane.  He called him a “Polish patriot” who “reached out Poland’s Jewish community” so soon after accusing Kaczynski together with his party of racism and homophobia when they allied with the Tories in the new eurosceptic ECRG grouping in the EU parliament.

No, what really stunned Guido was this line on the air crash once again revealing the sense of self-entitlement of our political class:

There is a meanness about the treatment of government representatives who, in the name of finance ministry parsimony, are expected to fly travel in outdated, low-tech, uncomfortable planes.

You mean like the ones your government sends our troops and Nimrod pilots to die in?


689 Comments

  1. 1
    Anonymous says:

    Nimrod is pretty though…

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      will Green Dave restore power to the UK? says:

      There is no doubt that Labour wants a Federal Europe. The whole global warming agenda is to set up a world government and Europe is the start. Although Dave has positioned his MEPs apart from the federalists, his pandering to the Green movement alarms me. The greens do not want to see individual nations all doing their own thing, they want the whole world to do what THEY (the Greens) want.

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      • 19
        Down Periscope says:

        ‘There is no doubt that Labour wants a Federal Europe.’

        All the parties are signed up to it. Check out David Noakes on you tube.

        Great insight.

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      • 127

        Socialism is an “Internationalist” movement. We should not be surprised that the Labour Party, Closet Communists to a (Gender-free) person and member, wants a Federal State run by… Socialists.

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        • 274
          barefootcontessa says:

          McShane is a rancid opportunist.

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          • Madme Defarge says:

            Did he used to be an MP for Mansfield. I recall encountering an exceedingly unpleasant Commie bastard type Labourite many years ago in the Midlands? Exceedingly nasty piece of work but then most of the Labour types are. I think they must be born with massive chips on their shoulders.

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          • Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

            And a utter hoon.

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          • Van Rump says:

            Dave Cameron is an EU federalist

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          • Marxism is a propaganda tool of the fascists says:

            Dave is a puppet of the NWO –

            The EU is part of a wider NWO construct, however it has nothing to do with marxism and everything to do with corporate fascism, social engineering and eugenics.

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          • progressive NWO slavery says:

            It’s main goal is perpetual power and wealth for the elites that have run the country and much of the west for the last 100 years or more, with `demoicracy` being a NWO media led panto for the little people every 5 years, where they dictate who you will vote for.

            It has NO goodwill, no good intentions, it wages war, famine, backs despots and bankrupts nations.

            That is your progressives.

            Progressive slavery to the elites.

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    • 43
      HASH GORDON saviour of the universe says:

      Apart from that big mushroom growing out of its back !

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      • 46
        A Scouser says:

        Ey, Wack – I think you got the wrong aircraft there…

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          Dinosaur MacShit says:

          You have mis-spelt my name: it’s Denis MacShameless but you can call me McShit for short.

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          • A Pedant says:

            Denis Matyjaszek actually, though you can still call me Macshit, everyone knows who you are referring to.

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          • Yet ANOTHER Excuse To Use The Word Tossflap!!!! says:

            I think I’ll call you ‘tossflap’.

            A nasty, real-nazi, oppenent-smearing tossflap of the highest order.

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        • 145
          Brown's a Tosser says:

          MacShayne is a nut job. Complete fuckwit with zero credibility on anything. Another NuLabour twat who needs to get a job in the real world and perhaps then might understand the stupity of his position.

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          • Yet ANOTHER Excuse To Use The Word Tossflap!!!! says:

            There’s more chance of me getting bitten by a daffodil than there is of McShame getting into the Real World.

            He’s an utter, utter tossflap!!!

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    • 135
      Quantrill says:

      I’ve got a Tupolev 154 that Gordo and the boys can have for free provided they go to Katyn.

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    • 154
      Non PC says:

      My only problem is there are not enough politicians in outdated and death trap planes. fill em up and get em airborne asap.

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    • 176
      backwoodsman says:

      Look , if Stuart MacLennan ,a labour party worker in the scottish parliament, is entitled to first class train travel at the tax payers expense, surely an important man like mr macshane should, at the very least, have access to an RAF plane from The Queens’ Flight.

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    • 182
      Pete says:

      HANG THIS BASTARD MCSHANE FROM THE NEAREST LAMPOST!

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    • 357

      ‘Nimrod is pretty though..’

      It’s a Comet really. Even I would think that worrying.

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    • 438
      Up sh1t creek says:

      Gordon Brown has got EVERYTHING right!

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      • 481
        Lady Completely Gaga says:

        Hmm, I suppose creating a situation in which the best part of half a billion quid is added to the National Debt every single day was the result of constantly making the right calls? You don’t have to be mad to vote for Al the Postie. You have to be head-bangingly, tongue-lollingly, eyeball-bulgingly, CERTIFIABLY FUCKING INSANE.

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    • 446
      Up sh1t creek says:

      Just as a point of record, as if one needed reminding, what a piece of shit Denis MacShane is, here he is talking the Tories Euro grouping, and showing MacShane is educated in NOTHING. A gutter politician.

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        Hannan watch says:

        Is that Dan Hannan a man who gets his cash from the EU and is a member of the EUSSR police state Tories?

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    • 484
      Unsworth says:

      The Comet (rounded windows) was prettier – but the Constellation was my favourite.

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      • 553
        Sailor says:

        Is that the plane with the outside toilets?

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        • 560
          Unsworth says:

          No, that’s Blair Force One

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        • 636
          Dan Dare - Once Pilot of the Future says:

          Next step after charging passengers to take a leak (and you can’t even have a quiet smoke in there!): Ryanair to strap an aerofoil shaped ‘thunderbox’ outside the emergency exit over each wing? There’ll be no complaints from the fuzzie-wuzzies anyway.

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    • 596
      Rich says:

      http://www.economist.com/blogs/charlemagne/2010/04/polands_plane_crash

      The Economist’s Charlemagne on why the president was travelling in an old plane: it had three engines so was quicker than most other ‘presidential’ jets.

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    Another Engineer says:

    Of course, it also looks likely this crash was absolutely nothing to do with the aircraft, and more to do with sticking to a flawed plan despite circumstances dictating otherwise.

    Hmm….

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      Grumpy Old Man says:

      Nimrod’s had a problem for years and was due to phased out. Then came Labour and a part-time minister for a war on two fronts……

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        Another Engineer says:

        Yes. Wasn’t suggesting otherwise. Nimrods are of course based on the world’s first passenger jet, which gives you an idea of how old the design is.

        In this case, however, it does appear that the aircraft had nothing to do with it.

        Which makes MacShane doubly wrong.

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          Cunt spotter says:

          McShane’s a total fuckin c/unt.

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          • The right-on Phoney '£rd Way' Bliar, (remember my River Of Fire?) emoting + stupid grin says:

            Hi!

            I’ve dropped in to remind you that I am very, Very, VERY . . RICH!!

            And all bcos of Noo_Lie_Bore!

            Remember my legacy? Stupid, meaningless empty phrases – like ‘Tough on . . .’ which Gorgon copied with ‘An to B&B’ – remember all the tits I used to have in my shower . . cabinet?

            Nostalgia moments – eh?

            So vote for Gorgon – just like you used to for me!

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          • Al Megrahi,s Doctor says:

            Ear Tony, you ain been sellin dodgy airport radar to the pol’s av ya?

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        • 166
          Anonymous says:

          Nimrod isn’t just based on the comet, it used the same airframe.

          And guess what, the new Nimrod, uses the old Nimrod’s airframes (i.e. cut the wings off and bolt on some new jet engines).

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          • Nick2 says:

            Yes – and the contractors responsible for that part of the restoration/’upgrade’ have belatedly discovered that every Nimrod’s airframe is unique – ie it’s even more time consuming and expensive to preserve the aircraft than the MOD previously estimated.

            That and the rigidly defined areas of ‘non responsibility’ that allow a Nimrod to be expensively restored and still dangerous to fly (as the heating system hadn’t been covered by the restoration contract) means that once again the UK will have a vastly over-priced, even more over-budget, under-performing & extremely late defence white elephant.

            Maybe it would just be best to buy US planes/ships/subs etc. We know that we’d pay through the nose but at least our military might get kit on time that would match what our largest ally uses.

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          • Dick Tator says:

            Amazing thing is that the US equivalent is actually cheaper to buy and service than the Nimrod.

            There is a good reason that an off-the-scale idiot is sometimes referred to as a “nimrod”.

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          • My brother-in-law is a retired RAF avionics engineer. He knew there’d be problems. So why didn’t the RAF/MOD?

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      Dingo Stole My Baby says:

      Quite!

      The Polish crash had nothing whatever to do with the airworthiness of the aircraft – unlike the Nimrod crash.

      MacShane presumably thinks he should be entitled to a personal jet to ferry him between Rotherham (if he ever goes there!) and all these parts of Europe where he has such an interest in fighting neo-Nazis. You’d have thought his time would be better spent fighting the BNP here in the UK – but I guess you don’t get AirMiles for that.

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      Anonymous says:

      The Polish plane that crashed was built in the 90s and was fitted out with all the Presidential bling.

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    • 44
      filipinomonkey says:

      My money being the pressure the pilots were under to get the President to the ceremony on time.

      Sadly there’s more than one aircrash down to such errors, the Tenerife aircrash of 1977 which killed more than 500 being a notable example.

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        top brass says:

        The heads of the Army Navy and Airforce were also onboard. That pilot must have been under intense pressure to not let a touch of fog end his career.

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          South of the M4 says:

          Then they were not doing their job. Every airport has a minimum descent altitude below which you do not go if you are not fitted with auto-land equipment, or if you are not visual with the runway. This guarantees terrain clearance. If you bust a level, you risk disaster. If indeed it was ‘peer pressure’ then a good pilot would have resisted and gone somewhere else. Enough fuel would have been carried for an already planned alternate aerodrome.

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          The name that strikes terror in the lying hearts of politicians says:

          You would have thought there would have been a standard security procedure not to have all of the country’s leaders in the same boat,so to speak.

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          Nero says:

          ah well.Too late for this world early to the next.

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        Anonymous says:

        That sounds the most plausible explanation, and apparently the President had “previous” when it came to pressuring pilots to press on in dangerous conditions, in order to meet his schedule. However, if the conditions were as dire as they appear to have been, dense fog down to ground level, why didn’t the ground controllers effectively close their airfield and ban attempts to land?

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    • 232
      Deaf Pilot Error says:

      four orders from the tower to fuck off to another airport?

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    • 468
      Sikorski says:

      Much too early to say that the crash was nothing to do with the aircraft.

      Rather surprising that the Poles should have had so much of their Government and Defence leadership on a plane serviced by the Russians. You’d think they’d have a healthy distrust of Russians!

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        Anon says:

        The Russians brought down the plane.
        It was a mass assassination.
        It was a message to the other Russian satellite countries to not let the Americans deploy missile bases in their countries or their governments will be wiped out too.

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        Old Seth says:

        When better to invoke a pre-installed fault or jam the plane’s electronics than under the disguise of foggy conditions?

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  3. 3
    guy herbert says:

    Now Guido, you must understand that soldiers aren’t “government representatives”, any more than are the opposition politicians who besmirch our country by disagreeing with the same government representatives. Annointed by their love for Government and its love for them, the likes of MacShane have a superior function and role in our society to go with their superior sensitivity and moral judgment exercised on our behalf, and ought to be treated with proper veneration.

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    • 33

      This is true, plus they have big life insurance and generous dependants’ pensions and are therefore a much more expensive burden on taxpayers in the event of an early death, unlike soldiers who are really cheap ‘n easy to replace.

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    • 256
      Kit says:

      “From each according to his ability to each according to his need” Karl Marks

      If you are a busy important politician you need to be able to travel in style. Socialism its what we do.

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    • 302
      Technomist says:

      You mean he’s a knob?

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    Grumpy Old Man says:

    Don’t forget the lack of helicoptors that increases the size of the butcher’s bill, and the lack of manpower that means that soldiers spend too long in combat, also increasing casualties. Add on the total lack of proper psychiatric care after combat which results in 10% of jail places being taken up by soldiers who can’t cope with civvy life. A future fair for all – especially if you are an alky-aida hate preacher getting benefits valued at twice a squaddie’s pay.

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      Anonymous says:

      That may also be slightly to do with the army being a typical refuge for homeless people. The forces do actively recruit homeless people.

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      • 240
        Bi Optics says:

        and then they create them

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        • 283
          Nick2 says:

          The military (esp the Army & Navy) recruit people who are looking for a rigid support framework as (due to family background in many cases) they haven’t developed that skill themselves.

          When the MOD gives them the push many milboys still haven’t developed the skills that would allow them to survive/thrive outside the forces – mainly as whilst in the military family they never needed to. I’ve never heard of a homeless/incarcerated ex milgirl so presumably their motivations for joining are different.

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    • 22
      Archer Karcher says:

      It`s not just Labour who need cleaning out. The whole shitshower in Westminster need removing.

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      • 56
        Labour voter says:

        definition of a labour voter

        works in the public sector
        member of a union
        Has a career on social security
        breeds like a rabbit
        Similar to a Japanese sniper you never see him until an election
        Looks like a sheep or Lemming
        Immigrant
        IQ of a frog
        Never able to give ant sort of argument as to why they shoulg govern.
        And last but not least they tell lies to you and then argue you are wrong
        And the Uk want 5 more years of Labour well 30% do FFS

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        • 66
          Anon says:

          Tory swing voters voted the New Labour party into power and kept them in power for the last decade.
          You have the memory of a goldfish.

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          • Anonymous says:

            remember be careful what you say and do with goldfish

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          • Brown's a Tosser says:

            To my everlasting shame I was one of those idiots who in 1997 beleive the garbage spouted by Bliar. I dropped my guard once and have regretted it ever since. So you are right many tory voters moved to Blair and goes to show either how stupid we were or how caniving the Nulabour spin turned out to be. For the latter is the one that sticks out.

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          • Half eyed Scottish idiot says:

            Probably wrong there. Many ex Tory voters went LibDim and in turn many Libs went back to voting Labour which they had done before the SDP came along.

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          • A Goldfish Writes says:

            My mistake…

            Why am I here again?

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        • 79
          Gordon Brezhnev says:

          Many are the product of our EDUCATION,EDDYCATION,EDGEYERKAYSHUN policy.

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        • 83
          Archer Karcher says:

          Perhaps Cameron should put forward popular measures that would generate massive support and a landslide Tory win?
          Oh wait, he has already ruled doing anything remotely popular or sensible out.
          The country is facing financial collapse and the arguing point is a 1% rise in NI!!
          They all need taking out and shooting.

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      • 329
        Half eyed Scottish idiot says:

        But lets start with Labour anyway as they are far worse.

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    • 69
      HASH GORDON saviour of the universe says:

      The story on sending smear mail to cancer sufferers is staggering
      they could not have got that information from the electoral register fucking liars
      they have broken the law by using data protected information
      although they could say they found it on a train
      along with dhss records military secret records and other people’s medical records it must be really exiting traveling on a train these days
      lots of good reading information left there by labour fuckwitts !

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      • 92
        Archer Karcher says:

        Law? You seriously imagine for one moment that this rotten shower of thieves, liars and fraudsters could care less? The days of equality under the law have long since passed.
        The commissariatate are entering the post democratic / show trial era with a gusto. It is the right thing to do comrade, do you not agree?

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    • 103
      Anonymous says:

      Some more of the great thinker’s musings:

      http://www.newsweek.com/id/233207

      I especially enjoyed:

      “Today, however, Switzerland’s cities are grubby, its trains run late, its highways are always under repair…”

      Er, no they’re not. Its cities are clean, the trains are on time and the highways get repaired so they don’t look like the sort of moonscape you get on a British road these days. You can walk the streets at night too.

      To criticise a well-run, low tax, safe country like Switerland when he has helped to so comprehensively screw Britain is beyond mere fucknuckleness, it needs some sort of personality disorder.

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      • 140
        A Doctor says:

        It appears that having a mental disorder is a prerequisite for being a member of this lunatic government.

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        • 323
          Al Megrahi,s Doctor says:

          Seems to be a lot of the medical profession on here at the moment. Must be a a slow day at work! Every day is a slow day for me!!!

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      • 148
        Can't remember my moniker says:

        Thanks for that. A real eye opener. I think he must have gone to Swaziland and become confused. What a peasant!

        If he screwed anything more than you suggested, then he wil not be around for much longer.

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        Professor Henry Brubaker, Institute for Studies says:

        The mans barking mad obviously. He clearly has no grasp on the real world. You can see that through has comment ‘the highways are always under repair’

        Of course they are, highways wear out! Perhaps if our highways where always under repair (thats what Car Tax is for isnt it?) they wouldnt be the moonscape Anonymous describes.

        McShit is also obviously one of the socialist traitors who seem to think a nations borders must be porous and a county should just let whoever the fuck wants to come and live there. Clearly the Swiss model of actually controlling immigration to be of benefit to the nation is not something our Nu Labour fuckwits can understand, or associate themselves with. With all the PC slime oozing out he describe the xenophobia and racism inherent in the Swiss society he sees. Perhaps the Swiss believe that those born of the nation and who have worked to create its wealth have the right to enjoy it without having to pay for and pander to endless foriegners who have done nothing to earn those rights. Pure Nu Labour: endless immigration to ‘adjust’ the society in their own image, smear those who oppose it as racists.

        He also seems to have a bee in his bonnet of the swiss model of democracy. Of course a Nu Labour champagne socialist doesnt like the idea of the people actually having much of a say in how they are governed…why if they did they would be able to get away with their endless social engineering and the treacherous destruction of our way of life.

        Mcshame is spitting bile at anything he sees in Switzerland that if applied here would see the death of cnuts like him.

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        • 289
          Reimer says:

          Naughty Swiss won’t roll over and play ball with scum like McShane, so he curses them. Do the good folk of Rotherham realise they are represented at Westminster by this…thing, who would gladly pack most of them into a cattle-wagon if it advanced his cause?

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          • Pugin didn't intend this to happen to his work. says:

            He represents Rotherham does he? Jesus H Christ they really must be stupid to vote for this man. Nay man is too good a word to use to describe him and his ilk. He probably views the electorate as useful fools.

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      The name that strikes terror in the lying hearts of politicians says:

      Labour may have the cops if the shit hits the fan big time but we know who the army will side with, they fucking hate Gordon and labour with a passion.

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      • 194
        follow the money says:

        Which is why Dave is building his NWO civilian army starting out as the EUSSR Hitler youth, same as Gordon proposed and obumma and Crudd and making sure we need to rely on others for defence.

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    • 376
      English Heretic says:

      Yes he is an odious creepy EU-fascist but he has a 10,000 plus majority and the people of Rotherham will likely send him back to haunt us. Didn’t he do dodgy claims on his constituency office? (his garage).

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    Doc Trough says:

    Has the ability, even though in a far distant location, to leave one in urgent need of a shower. I call this ‘ The Hain Effect ‘.

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    The Court of Public Opinion says:

    I wonder how many tears would have been shed if it had crashed into the House of Corruption…

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        English Liberation Front says:

        Unbelievable. I bet the yoof neighbours boom-booming the music don’t get this treatment, especially when they are from foreign parts. The authorities probably say “There’s nothing we can do”. Bastards.

        All part of New Labour’s project to criminalise white, indigenous males over 50.

        Bastards.

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      • 307
        Technomist says:

        What an extraordinary use of court time when they could have been trying the cases of the politicians concerned

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      • 440
        Biffo says:

        Cops are going to be round knocking on my door soon then as I start cursing as soon as I see any of those thieving, lying mongs on the box.

        Surely he should have pleaded Not Guilty – it’s his house after all? Oh sorry, that’s too simplistic for the Noo Labia Nanny State with ‘rights’ to break into anyone’s house at will.

        He’d have got a lighter sentence if he’d murdered someone.

        Hope the Judge catches something extremely nasty

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      HASH GORDON saviour of the universe says:

      that would have caused a year long street party bigger than VE day !

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    • 195
      Batty Hattie Hamanescu says:

      I’d probably have a little weep on my own in a private moment. Not, of course, mourning the loss of 600 odd spivs, thieves and all round shits. No, it would be the loss of Pugin’s wonderful architecture. Even so, perhaps a price worth paying.

      Stange, a beatiful building of the outside, filled with so much shit and corruption.

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      • 249
        One man and his banger says:

        If we all bought one box of fireworks and turned up at HOC we could get rid of it the way the original guy this site is named after

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          Pugin didn't intend this to happen to his work. says:

          No no…he’s right Pugin’s masterpiece must remain intact. Gas them instead.

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    harpic says:

    He really is a first class shit who is so opinionated that he leaves Brown in the starting blocks. What a despicable representative for the people in Rotheram to have had as their MP. I have a faint suspicion that he has some odd blood coursing through his veins, at any rate it manifests itself every time, he stands up, dressed in the most outlandish demode clothes and gives a typical sneering utterance .

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    Gordon Brown the needle in the Moral Compass says:

    I am particularly pleased to note that the Prime Minister has blocked the Peerage of General Sir Richard Dannat.

    He is a disgraceful man who has spoken up for our troops when they have been sent to war without equipment and criticised the stupidity of political decisions. And he had the gall to win a Military Cross for courage.

    Contrast that with John Prescott and Ruth Kelly who will get Peerages.

    Lady Kelly of Opus Dei and Lord Prescott of Tracey upon Temple. Two of the most courageous, intelligent and economical Politicians of our time.

    God Bless you Prime Minister for recognising those who have fearlessly served this Nation.

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    • 18

      Not so much a Lavender List as a Lavatory List, isn’t it?

      Says in the Mail that even Sion fucking Simon is getting a peerage, for services to Dromey.

      Disgrace.

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      • 32
        Windsor Tripehound says:

        Sion Simon!!!

        I sincerely hope you’re taking the piss.

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      • 48
        Evil Liebore says:

        Surely it’s for Sion’s services to comedy? Sion has a special gift. He can make you laugh without saying anything. You only have to look at his face to crack up. I’m reminded of a line from Full Metal Jacket which is rather apt. “You’re so ugly, you could be a modern art masterpiece.”

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      • 191
        Robespierre says:

        Too many of your country’s lowlife are being elevated to higher office. The day will come when your people will use my tried and trusted ways of dealing with the corrupt and greedy

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    • 39
      HandsomeDavid says:

      And here, our great leader is being fed custard by his lover.

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    • 241

      There really should be some kind of highly opublic campaign to stop Prescott getting a peerage and get Donnat in. Who’s up for it?

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    • 246
      English Liberation Front says:

      Gordon is a vindictive shit. However his oiks try to market him he will always be a vindictive shit. A vindictive communist shit.

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    Can't remember my moniker says:

    I think, late in the day, I may have uncovered McBroon’s secret.

    We tend to think that he stands at the despatch box saying, “tractor stats, tractor stats, tractor stats”.

    We have convinced ourselves because that is what it sounds like. Although encumbered with a strange accent, even by local standards, he is actually a very intelligent man (according to unconfirmed reports).

    The truth may be that he is not saying “tractor stats” at all but “Tractatus”. As any member of his local Kirkcaldy Working Mens’ Club could explain to you, the Tractatus (full title: Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus) is Wittgenstein’s first systematic philosophical work and the only book of his published whilst this particular iron hoof, so sorry, great philosopher, was still alive.

    So what? You might reasonably ask. Well, lets just establish James Gordon McBroon’s birthday and you will begin to see more clearly what I mean. It is 20th February.

    All you philosophical types out there, including the entire esteemed company of the aforementioned Kirkcaldy WMC, will know that the Tractatus consists of staccato paragraphs, numbered from one to seven, split into subsections, also numbered. This is because it is actually a horoscope, which is why people have had so much difficulty in understanding it properly over the years.

    So you should take the birthday of the one-eyed mong, so sorry, our esteemed Prime Minister, and move the decimal point up one to the left (because, if you have ever been Chancellor of the Exchequer, that is what you do with decimal points – as many times as they’ll let you) and you get 2.02. It is a good example of how to make debt appear smaller, but I digress.

    Now turn up this number in the Tractatus and you find the following:

    2.02 Objects are simple. (just three words – that is all. )

    So now you have it! I am simple, you are simple, he is simple. We, (collective) you and they are simple. Every being and thing is simple, including our Prime Minister.

    Ergo, running the economy is simple, abolishing boom and bust is simple, following Golden Rules is simple, selling the UK’s gold at the right price is simple, avoiding a house price bubble is simple, regulating banks is simple, paying off the deficit is simple whilst closing the gap between rich and poor is absolute child’s play, and so it goes on.

    We can all remember him preaching these ideas, inspired by his father and his hero. So, as they ask about his half-brother mentalist, Derren Brown, “How did he do?” I’m not going to answer that but the electorate will. That will also be very simple.

    But I suspect that the legend attached to McBroon’s portrait on the staircase at 10 Downing Street will consist of just one four letter word (no … Nokia has five.) That simple word will be:

    FAIL

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    • 28

      There’s only one answer to that, and it is….

      7.

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      • 30
        Can't remember my moniker says:

        Whereof he cannot speak, thereof I must remain silent.

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        • 40

          On the other hand, he could be saying ‘Tacitus’ – implying either

          a) silence (as in the name Tacitus), or
          b) “ubi solitudinem faciunt, pacem appellant” – ‘They make a wilderness, and call it peace’, possibly referring to the Scotched Earth economic policy.

          It’s hard to tell, what with him not being a native English speaker…

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          • Can't remember my moniker says:

            It’s a good theory Paragnostic and worthy of examination. The background to my idea was that I spent quite a pleasant sunny week in Kirkcaldy last summer and it seemed that they were all saying on the streets and in the bars, “Hais a weeeird kees!” I put that in my translator and it gave me, “The world is everything that is the case.”

            They were also saying, “”a great broon pig to haud the butter in.” I am still working on that one and offer it to you, in case it helps your theory.

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          • Agricola says:

            We tried to give them civilisation but they wouldn’t have it. So we just left them to it and centuries of inbreeding has produced the modern Jock.

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          • Antonius Pius says:

            I kept half of them out, including Fife….

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          • Publius Aelius Hadrianus says:

            Not as good as me, matey! I kept all those fuckers out. What BNP wouldn’t give now …..

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          • Jethro says:

            ..or even ‘capax imperium, nisi imperasset

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          • Can't remember my moniker says:

            Capable of being emperor if he had never ruled. We have seen a few of those fall by the wayside. William Hague? (as was, not now)

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    • 55
      oldfella says:

      “That simple word will be:”

      It wasnae me

      “I want to renew the contract between the people and those they are sworn to serve” (G.Brown 2010 Election Trail)

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    • 87
      Oxymoron-spotter says:

      ‘Kirkcaldy Working Men’s’ ….. ?????

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      • 98
        Can't remember my moniker says:

        Yes, a bit like People’s Republic, isn’t it?

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      • 463
        Gordon Brown says:

        Might I just wish Raith Rovers all the ebst against George Galloway’s Terrors.

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        • 603
          Can't remember my moniker says:

          George Galloway, someone I do not like, but at times I admire his chutzpah.
          Gordon Brown, someone I do not like, but I admire ….. well, nothing about him at all.

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  11. 14
    Chapps says:

    Is it a good idea to put the former head of the KGB in charge of the invesigation. (Mr Putin)?

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    • 21
      Anonymous says:

      Yes it is a very good idea. He won’t stand for any whitewash. They should have put him in charge of the dr Kelly investigation

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  12. 16
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK says:

    All the UK politicians board a plane to Russia…

    Then I woke up.

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  13. 17
    Computer says Yes when it should have said NO says:

    I see that our fantastic NHS has been ripping out body parts of those who have vnot given their consent. Reason given, the wrong input of datinto the computer.

    God help us if their computer system goes nationwide. How much wrong data would be input into that?

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    • 26

      They ask and if the cadaver doesn’t say no they take that as assent.

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    • 31
      Archer Karcher says:

      The Data inputters probably don`t have English as their first language or simply can`t be arsed. Either way they know nothing will happen to them. If 1200 can be killed by a Health Authority and nobody found guilty of any wrong doing, whats a trifle such as pressing the wrong key on a keyboard worthy of?

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      • 516
        Mong says:

        Funny that…

        I applied for a job doing just that, data entry for the NHS last year…you would have thought someone with 20 years in the video game industry would be qualified to be able to handle a simple job like that.

        Nope, didn’t even get a reply, then again, I am middle aged, white, able bodied, hetrosexual and Tory(ish)…Thought my northern-ness might count towards a NuLiebour qualification, but, alas, no.

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        • 521
          My Other Cars Not A Prius Either says:

          Obviously you are short of the requisite number of piercings and tattoos.did your career advisor teach you nothing…….sheeesssssh!

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    • 37
      Can't remember my moniker says:

      Do they wait until the doner is dead?

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    • 49
      streamfisher says:

      Just had a letter through the door from NHS about the ‘care record service’ as they call it (the thing which will make all your private medical details effectively available to any Tom Dick or Harry), had to read it three times to work out how you are supposed to opt out, it seems to opt out I will have to write to them for the appropriate form or down load one from a Government online site, It seems Opting in has been made very simple (do nothing) whereas opting out is a deliberately convoluting process. New Labour still trying to get everybody signed up to a national dna database by the back door.

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      • 89
        Big Brother wants to know all about you says:

        I agree with you.It was very complicated and designed to make it difficult to opt out. In the leaflet the usual scare tactics are employed i.e. if you’re taken ill away from home it could be life threatening if the practitioner could not access records and would have to contact your GP. Complete bollocks ! All my family have already opted out.There’s no way I would trust anybody in the NHS/Government with access to my medical records or that they would be secure given the governments dismal record. Remember the tax records going astray for one………

        http://www.nhscarerecords.nhs.uk/

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        • 650
          Nero says:

          I wrapped mine round a house brick and lashed it through he surgery window so he knows it was delivered.

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      • 126
        Just asking ? says:

        Well given this story…you’d be wise to take a “second look” at whether you allowed your medical records to go on line.

        The question that need answering “How did Labour get this information ?”

        http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/politics/article7094308.ece

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        • 149
          streamfisher says:

          My God, are there no depths?, sending out cancer postcards to people in lieu of a manifesto, play upon peoples inner most fears, anyway somebody is off message at New Labour Propaganda H.Q, Gordon’s already cured Cancer, its official.

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        • 213
          christy says:

          Just Asking.
          Read this earlier and it is totally disgusting tactic by these liebour tossers.
          What about the DPA,I for one will be contacting the information commissioner about this and I would ask others to do the same.
          Cameron should be able to poleaxe this gutter politics lot with this one.

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        • 410
          Danny Dogg at times article says:

          Danny Dogg wrote:
          What is most shocking is the readiness with which labour sympathisers are willing to condone this behaviour. Whatever your political persuasion may be, preying on peoples vulnerabilities like this is simply abhorent.

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      • 353
        Nick2 says:

        I stole a march & handed a completed opt-out form to my GP’s reception in Feb. They refused to accept it.

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    • 91
      Anonymous says:

      went in for a knee op came out with one less eyeball surgeon could understand English thought the Great leader needed one

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    • 132
      Anonymous says:

      Anyone else been sent the ” we’re putting you on the new database, unless you object” letter from their GP ? let’s all say NO!

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  14. 25
    Raving Mad says:

    Wiki gets quite expressive about our Denis

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denis_MacShane

    a man full of shit.

    Am I alone in having the dark thought that it was a pity the aircrash was populated by members of the Polish government and not the British ……. ?

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    • 36
      Gordon Brown stole my pension says:

      Am I alone in having the dark thought

      No, about 6.7 billion people world-wide were thinking the same thing.

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    • 206
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      In Brown’s Stasi surveillance society, no one is truly alone anymore…. and you are not alone in your imaginings either.

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    • 310
      Reimer says:

      No you’re not alone. I wonder how many Brits would grieve at Westminster the way i saw on TV news some Poles doing in Warsaw. I think we’d almost all give a cheer that a good few of these post-modern raptors had been wiped out, though losing the aircrew would be tragic

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  15. 27
    Mitch says:

    Politicians should fly the oldest, worst maintained planes available then they would be made safe or replaced also it would sort the lucky from the dead.

    No special treatment for politicians.

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  16. 38
    REEVO says:

    Well there you have it Guido!

    Not unlike while our troops fighting and dying in Afghanistan MP’s happy to loot their taxes along with the rest of us.

    Also I see that Westminster scum is not revealing the latest scandal about MP’s unpaid drinks and restaurant gluttony TILL AFTER THE ELECTION!!!!!

    Its a stark reality that Westminster does not care about soldiers, all Westminster and the media circus cares about is its own skin and getting a gravy train job at the taxpayers expense!

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  17. 42
    Evil Liebore says:

    Odious doesn’t go far enough in describing MacShame. Every time I see his smackable mug on TV, I want – as Stuart MacLennan would say – to vom.

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  18. 47
    Skull Murphy says:

    http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/politics/scottish-secretary-jim-murphy-shocked-after-gangster-attends-election-fundraiser-1.1019813

    Ah’m really shocked, so ah ahm.

    He said he couldnae make it so it wis nice tae see him after a’.

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  19. 54
    Tory Troll says:

    Why doesn’t David Cameron sack George Osborne in order to give his Conservative Party a fighting chance in the General Election ??

    In the fierce battle between the parties over who is best-placed to handle the economy, Mr Cameron’s would-be Chancellor George Osborne is seen as the worst possible option to take charge of Britain’s finances. Alistair Darling was voted the best Chancellor with 23 per cent in our poll. Lib Dem finance spokesman Vince Cable was second on 21 per cent with Mr Osborne trailing in third place with the support of just 19 per cent of those surveyed. The remaining 37 per cent are listed as “don’t knows”.

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    • 63
      Talk some sense....replace Osborne this near to an election ? says:

      Like the vote on Lisbon it ain’t never gonna happen especially this near to the election. Cameron and Osborne are joined at the hip and Osborne is either gonna be Chancellor post 6 May or he and Cameron will be sending out their CVs and the Tory Party will suicidally lurch to the right and be finished as a serious political force in British politics

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    • 64
      Anonymous says:

      and there you have it about polls if the 37% dont knows were to vote and say Osbourne then
      Ossie has pissed it says it all really thats why i never take any notice of them.

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      • 364
        Mdme Defarge says:

        This is garbage. Osborne knows exactly what he;s doing and has got Labour very afraid indeed. Why don’t you go and boil your head?

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    • 67
      BT says:

      Why don’t you fuck off, Labour Troll, and do something useful like boiling Brown’s head in a bucket of shit?

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    • 70
      Defacto says:

      So, employees National insurance contributions will rise from 11% a week to 12% a week and those earning over £844 a week will see their NI contributions rise from 12% to 13%.

      Employers will see their NI payments rise from 12.8% to 13.8%.

      The government are spinning this as a 1% rise, it is ACTUALLY a rise of around 8.5%.

      Also those paying the Higher rate are having a lesser percentage increase in their total contributions than those on the lower rate.

      Dave and Gideon should be shouting thisfrom the rooftops. The public think that they and their companies areonly paying 1% more but in reality it will be 8.5% more and thelower paid will be most affected.

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      • 197
        Anonymous says:

        Don’t forget to add in inflation as a tax rise due to the freezing of thresholds…

        My tax code remarkably came down with no change in circumstances…

        Big tax rise for me :(. All ‘hidden’.

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    • 74
      Brown is a fucked-up sociopath says:

      It’s funny that the only people who keep calling for Osborne to be sacked are Labourites and Lib Dems. They must be fucking terrified of him.

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      • 93
        Anon says:

        Oh yes, I am sure they are terrified by the snotty nosed housing benefit cheat millionaire whining wallpaper merchant upper class twit, Gideon Osborne.
        You Tories have a very dry sense of humour, I will grant you that.

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        • 95
          JL says:

          You’re shitting yourself Labour-troll, fucking shitting yourself.

          Labour’s gravy train to end soon.

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        • 278
          Brown's a Tosser says:

          George Osborne was far more on point during his debate with Darling last week so much so that Darling had to write an open letter asking for Osborne to clarify FFS he was there did he not understand at the time what he was saying. No is the answer I like many had my doubts about Osborne but he is fast becoming an asset and not the weak link Labout thought they could expose. Again, it about Labour not having a clue about there policies or what their plans consist of. NuLabour looking like what they are hasbeens.

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      • 100
        Anonymous says:

        Exactly.

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      • 106
        Archer Karcher says:

        23, 21 and 19% is not a ringing endorsement of any of them. The worrying one is the 37% who don`t know, now that is scary. New Labour`s plan to dumb down the population has worked.

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        • 287
          Brown's a Tosser says:

          We’ve had almost a week on the campaign and the Limp/Dems have seen their poll number drop from a high of 23% to 19% and one poll today has them at 18%. They are attacking the Tories not Labour yet there are more Lib/Dems/Labour marginal so it stand to reason they should be attacking Labour. Seems to me the people heading the campaign for Clegg and Co are having an identity crisis.

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          • Mdme Defarge says:

            This morning’s marginal pols involve 1,000 people over approx 96 marginals from number 80 onwards on the Tories must have list. So not only are these polls sampling just ten people per marginal these same marginals, although important, are not essential. These polls are utterly misleading in addition to being run during Easter week.

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    • 139
      Anonymous says:

      Time to admit what we all know deep down, cut out losses, give up on BluLab, and start the process of rebuilding British politics by voting for parties, no matter how small at present, that promote our views and values.

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    • 253
      English Liberation Front says:

      Osborne’s a good man. You, on the other hand, are not fit to lick the soles of his shoes.

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    • 286
      PhilP says:

      Look the word “misnomer” up in a dictionary pal and then I would suggest you change your handle.
      Osbourne seems to have got your lot scared shxxless.

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  20. 58
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK says:

    David Cameron looks like Guido Fawkes

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  21. 60
    Evil Liebore says:

    You left out they’ll confirm he was an autistic, paranoid, self-aggrandising misogynist and congenital liar.

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    • 117
      Sarah Twatter says:

      My husband, my weirdo.

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    • 122
      Gordon ( SoldGoldAtThe ) BottomBrown says:

      You haven’t mentioned my blotting paper-like memory and my ‘ability’ to regurgitate tractor statistics from as far back as the Domesday Book.

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  22. 62
    Jonty Pryor says:

    David Cameron sees Guido Fawkes as his natural successor !

    Fucking brilliant! Does anyone know his user name so I can tweet and congraulate Guido ?

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  23. 75
    Anon says:

    MacShane is a traitor who deserves a bullet in the back of the head.

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  24. 80
    Harriet's Gnarled Clit says:

    Denis is a wonderful man who has been loyal to the Government no matter how ridiculous the position he’s been asked to defend. He also has a 9 inch cock that I like to stroke

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  25. 81
    Brown is a fucked-up sociopath says:

    I always knew there was something really slimy and sleazy about ‘MacShane’. Why do we tolerate these fifth columnists?

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    • 109
      Archer Karcher says:

      We would not if they were outed by the MSM, unfortunately you do realise who controls that dont you?

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      • 118
        Anonymous says:

        It’s the elephant in the room that we are not allowed to talk about in the West.

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        • 124
          Anonymous says:

          Let’s all start referring to MacShane as Denis Matyjaszek. It is his real name after all.

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          • Spank Sinatra says:

            Could be a good score at scrabble I suppose but then again, I never play scrabble so wouldn’t know. Heard some woman on 5Live this morning talking about the nation being gripped by election fever. Mrs Sinatra used the ‘f’ word and announced her intention to spoil her ballot paper. I believe the result of the election simply cannot be called thus far.

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          • Buffy the Tanky slayer (sgt Steve Roberts RTR RIP ) says:

            But he was brought up a good catholic, loads of hail Mary’s and pillow biting.

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    • 234
      Who, severe personality defects aside, has for 13 years, has surrounded himself with nasty fuckers ? says:

      Gorgon the Moron

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  26. 82
    Brown is a fucked-up sociopath says:

    Ed Stourton from Radio 4’s Today programme went to a top public school and sent his son to Eton. Remember that the next time they are sneering about Cameron’s education on Radio 4.

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    • 96
      Anon says:

      A word of advice: Tory trolls constantly calling Brown a fucked up sociopath makes them look like fucked up sociopaths themselves and turns voters away from the Conservative party.
      Well done.

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      • 101
        lol says:

        But Brown is a fucked-up sociopath as becomes obvious every time we see the shamelessly dishonest, gurning madman on the telly.

        Everybody can see that the despicable wretch is far from normal.

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      • 107
        Jem says:

        anon: a word of advice, don’t bother trying to defend Brown. He is the most hated man in Britain and the worst prime minister this country has ever had. Talk to any ordinary voter across the country. Everyone hates Brown and thinks he’s a nasty, bitter, screwed up freak of a man.

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        • 125
          Ordinary Voter says:

          Spot on. The corrupt deceitful incompetent Jock gayboy is completely deranged.

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          • Just stating the obvious says:

            Brown is a vote loser. One thing that the electorate ARE sure of is that they don’t want another 5 years of this man as PM

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        • 151
          THICK AS THIEVES says:

          I dont ! he pays my benefits

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        • 266
          One man and his head banger says:

          A prime minister needs to be elected. Brown is just the stand in manager, and that burns Browns head out

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      • 297
        Brown's a Tosser says:

        Sorry but head in the sand comes to mind. Brown is the epitome of a train crash.

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      • 472
        Axe The Telly Tax says:

        Even Frank Field said “You can’t let Mrs Rochester out of the attic”

        Do keep up old boy :)

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      • 520
        Angela's Merkin says:

        Look up what ‘troll’ means, Anon. Then cross-reference with posts by the like of TaT. Arguably, the point of this site is to allow people to call Brown a ‘fucked-up sociopath’ in the company of like-minded folk.

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        • 534
          udderly 'orrible says:

          Ah indeed that be Brown yes indeed – “Brown the ‘fucked-up sociopath’ ” and that be when he’s having a good day.

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          • Anon says:

            You miss the point troll.
            Anyone who reads this blog will see you repeat ad nauseam the same thing.
            You sound like a sociopath.

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  27. 88
    St Paul says:

    Denise is a tiresome little prick: always advocating “big government” and calculated to drive right-thinking people into paroxysmal attacks of spluttering rage. Best recourse is to mock him – point and laugh.

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  28. 102
    LORD PRESCOTT of Mount Tracey Temple and The Ridings says:

    Fuck me Gordon
    we’ll have to extend the ouse of lords to get all the old boys in
    and ar pauline can’t wait to be a Lady
    She scrubs up real well for an old trout

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    • 137
      Don't mention Afghanistan says:

      Sion Simon is also tipped to be Baron Simon of Erdington in the dissoluton Honours although Brown in usual spiteful mode has blocked Sir Richard Dannatt’s elevation and the government has also passed a law forbidding ex-senior army officers appearing in uniform during election without permission apart from certain ceremonial occasions(apparently the RAF and Navy are already banned).Wouldn’t do to remind the electorate of Brown’s responsibility for shortage of helicopters in Afghanistan would it ?

      http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/politics/article7094306.ece

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  29. 114
    the shit hit's the fan after the election says:

    The true horror of the UK’s financial situation is one which the voter’s will not hear about in this campaign:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/columnists/christopherbooker/7575673/Dont-let-the-voters-know-we-face-bankruptcy.html

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    • 210
      TJ says:

      great article by Booker!

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    • 417
      Dosprompt says:

      glad others lower down the post harped on about reading this, made me do it and well worth it too.

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    • 420
      SHOUTING OUT READ IT NOW says:

      read this very very important

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    • 428
      Can't remember my moniker says:

      Endorses everything I have said since 2001. The reason why I sold my house before the crash, emigrated and converted all my Sterling to AUD (@2.54), USD (@2.06), EUR (@1.57). There is only one thing that I got wrong. I never thought the wheels would stay on as long as they did, notwithstanding the 30% devaluation experienced in the value of the pound. I do not say this to boast – one is only as good as one’s next deal – I am still worried and on my guard.

      It is not over either – IMHO it is just starting. I do not say this to crow. I love my country and take no pleasure from seeing it being ruined so thoroughly. That is what prompts me to post here and elsewhere – I cannot wait to see this bunch of charlatans, nay crooks, voted out.

      So when some tat says, “that wanker who can’t even remember his moniker”, it hurts me not. I just wonder how he has looked after his savings (that is a joke, we all know he will not have a pot to piss in.) I wonder how many there are like him out there. What do they know about anything? I sometimes wonder if we can ever get out of the clutches of these ignorant pricks, even with a change of government.

      I am travelling across Europe for a few days so will not be posting much for a while. There are plenty here, from different standpoints, who are doing a great job for personal freedom and responsibility. Good luck to you all and thanks to GF who is not IMO in anyone’s pocket.

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      • 529
        Getting Worse says:

        I’m even starting to think Lyndon Larouche is right with his new dark age

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      • 594
        Can't remember my moniker says:

        I am slightly more optimistic than he but, from experience, one can only be wrong when forecasting! Thanks for this one Getting Worse.

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  30. 119
    Having a Laugh says:

    Surely we can club together and offer the Labour Cabinet a freebie exotic holiday on an dodgy DC10.

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  31. 120
    FT says:

    “The implications of Gordon Brown’s doubling of public spending in the past decade are so hard to grasp that it is hardly surprising the parties don’t want to talk about it, because none of them really has the faintest idea what to do about it.”

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/columnists/christopherbooker/7575673/Dont-let-the-voters-know-we-face-bankruptcy.html

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  32. 131
    The Dirty Rat says:

    Well said Guido.

    OT.
    Just watching that Welsh, failed,troughing, windbag Kinnock being interviewed by Marr.
    Q: What has Gordon Brown got to do to win the televised debate and the election?
    A: Gordon has just got to be himself!!!!!!!!!!!!
    AWLRIGHT, AWLRIGHT, WE’RE AWLRIGHT>

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  33. 136
    Porky The Prezza says:

    Look don’t get me wrong I am a working class lad born and bred but like I say peerages and the like shouldn’t not only be the god given right of the toffs and the squires I have worked with real people when I was on the ferries god in heaven you should have seen the crumpet and you could eat as many pies as you wanted but anyway as I say I have no clash of conscience or anything like that about taking my vermin gown and sitting in my rightful seat in the hupper house though I have to say I am saddeded at the crumpet count theres not much of it about unless you fancy a good gumming off one of the old birds but look what I am saying is that you can’t just fill the lords with croquet playing jag driving upper class ponces the labour party is an inclusive party but look you mark my words if I get any stick from any of those toffs they’ll be getting a good slap now I’m off for lunch where are those lovely pies….

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    • 251
      The BBC says:

      That was a Party Political Broadcast on behalf of the Halfwit Hypocrite Troughers’ Party

      Please do not adjust your set; he’s really as fat, oafish and self-serving in real life.

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  34. 138
    Jac says:

    Dennis and his party do little credit to any debate since they are incapable of being unbias on ANY subject.
    McShane is a particularly nasty mouth piece who likes to reflect the lower mind of the party and would not be out of place in the party most claim to abhor in BNP, that’s the bial he spouts!

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  35. 141
    Dingo Stole My Baby says:

    I don’t think we need to stoop to veiled (and not so veiled) anti semitism in order to expose the flustercuck that is MacShane

    The bizarre thing is that if his Polish roots are so deep, why can’t he correctly spell Polish placenames and get his references to Polish history right?

    It is a disgrace that the Guardian constantly defaults to this fraud for commentary on Central and Eastern Europe

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  36. 147
    LORD PRESCOTT of Mount Tracey Temple and The Ridings says:

    Did he choose that name because he thought he looked like ian Mac Shane ?
    ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

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    • 242
      Tracey Temple's Mount (of Venus) says:

      Never did a very good job riding me though.

      Like

    • 418
      Cherie Mersey Mouth Blair says:

      C’mon Prezza, Tony can’t get it up any more, except for wealthy Arab men. Me and you have some proper working class dirty fucking

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  37. 152
    Jonty Pryor says:

    David Cameron’s secret weapon: Tories architect Guido Fawkes

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    • 165
      THICK AS A THICK THING says:

      Fuck off TaT !

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      • 169
        CALL ME DARLING says:

        Hi Jonty still sucking Cock ?

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        • 184
          Cato Street Conspirator says:

          I’m sure Mr Fawkes will be giving Cameron a kicking when he’s in office. That’s right isn’t it, Mr Fawkes?

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          • JB says:

            When the Tories let us down, who’s next? UKIP, B-N-P?

            Let’s face it, the country’s fucked. Read Booker in the Telegraph today for the truth of how fucking awful the situation is.

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          • Abso-fucking-lutely.

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          • Handy with a rifle says:

            JB it’s the Tories own fault for trying to make conservative socialism work under Dave;

            1. It has never worked.

            2. Dave has not got any balls and is a weak leader, sorry but it’s true.

            3. We are slowly followng the Weimar Republic step by step.

            We need proper Conservatism to get us out of this mess not some Frankenstein ideology that has been bolted together by Dave and the Islington set that will end up going out of control.

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          • Brown's a Tosser says:

            Your right. The ones thing for certain is you do not make this better by putting in the party that caused it in the first place.

            Like

          • David Cameron Is a Marxist says:

            Not really it’s like choosing how you will die either by a sword or a gun.

            Voting one brand of socialism in over another is a zero sum game for everyone and will lead to a dictator sooner or later.

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      Nick2 says:

      Should have bought the 60 Blackhawks. And what about the rules preventing civil servants immediately joining private companies that they’ve awarded contracts to?

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  39. 172
    anonymous says:

    I hope we don’t have another week of arguing over a piffling £6bn when on Darling’s optimistic growth forecasts we’ll owe £1300 billion in 2014.

    It’s like having the bailliff knocking at the door and telling him we’re arguing about whether to downgrade from Choccy Hobnobs to Custard Creams.

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    • 205
      Mr Plum says:

      All we here about is that we must not stall the recovery, what are we going to recover to, I cannot remember a time in the last ten years when the economy was in a sustainable condition.

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      • 324
        Brown's a Tosser says:

        I agree mostly but what recovery 0.1% upgraded to 0.4% if you can beleive that. Just go down your local high street and tell me the economy is recovering. Go and fill up the car and check the cost. Do the weekly trip to supermarket and then tell me the economy is recovering. Sorry but in the real world we are in a world of hurt and no one is taking it seriously. Now we have the silly bitch from the Green Party telling us fuel increases are great for the environment and climate change is a serious matter. FFS this is a complete fucking joke.

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  40. 173
    LORD PRESCOTT of Mount Tracey Temple and The Ridings says:

    Billions of Pounds in contracts from Ex head of MOD
    Ex Head of MOD Now Chairman Of Company Winning said Contracts
    Absolutly No Conflict of interests there then

    move along nothing to see here !

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  41. 179
    Dack Blog says:

    Paper review on Sky – the ex-Labour shop dummy picking out the Tory plans to run schools ‘at a profit’.

    Linking this to the business leaders’ complaints about a NI rise leading to job losses: some of them are directors of companies where (I heard one TV commentator say, can’t recall who) finding an assisitant to help you these days is like looking for ‘hens’ teeth’. From my recent B&Q experience I’d agree – no one around in the aisles, only one till of about eight open and a long disgruntled/frustrated queue at the ‘swipe yourself’ tills.

    A school run for profit will mean fewer/less experienced (hence less expensive staff). If the pointless layers of management go, fine – that would free me up to concentrate on teaching rather than the piles of shite they foist on us – but I can’t see them putting their own heads on the block.

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    • 412
      Nick2 says:

      In a perfect world profitable schools would succeed by educating their pupils properly. In tomorrow’s Britain profitability will probably not have a direct link with student success, it’ll be another stealth form of remuneration for the teachers.

      I’d prefer to see better educated & motivated teachers. In my youth teaching PGCEs were a refuge sought by mediocre graduates to defer working, and to avoid the real world altogether.

      The best thing would be to abandon the discredited UK education qualifications & adopt the International Baccalaureate country-wide. That would restore confidence in qualifications, distinguish between students who are not taxed by GCSE/A levels & hopefully allow some highly educated poly-lingual European teachers to improve standards.

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      Socialism has murdered 150 million human beings pride says:

      In a free society contracts would be between parents and private schools. Just trying to take the bureaucratic mess we have and bolt on some form of words about schools making a profit-1-It won’t work 2-It will allow political scum to try and discredit the idea of education being taken out of the states hands.

      Scrap the present system totally and start again.

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  42. 181
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    I always like issues on which left and right can agree without question. This is one – McShane is an odious little piece of shit.

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  43. 186
    Jack Newhouse says:

    MacShanespeak should have a place all of it’s own in the lexicon of bluster and bullshit.

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  44. 188
    A well hung Parliament please!!! ex BBC cunt, Ben 'buggering' Bradshaw says:

    The pro Labour bias and double standards in the MSM are quite frightening really, almost as if we’re already in a one party state.

    If a Tory politician had smeared a world leader as racist and then was invited to
    pontificate upon his death, the ‘comments’ would be brought up time and again.

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    • 238
      An Alky Ada spokesMale says:

      Look!

      How many times do I have offer to help you hang the infidels?

      It’s what we do.

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  45. 189
    P says:

    There is not a single admirable quality in this man.

    What has he ever done for Britain?

    The Labour party should be declared a criminal organisation en bloc like the SS.

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  46. 193
    brown bread says:

    Eight out of eight pollsters think there will be a Tory majority, despite what some of their own polls say.

    “Thanks to the Independent on Sunday for this one – a survey of what the pollsters themselves think is going to happen.

    With almost all of their polls on a strict application of the UNS in “hung parliament territory” it’s maybe a tad surprising that only one – Ben Page of MORI, thinks that that is going to be the outcome.

    Their views are very much in chime with the betting where a Tory overall majority remains the odds on favourite.

    UPDATE Ben Page, the odd one out, has commented on UKPR that his quote in the paper was based on current survey figures. His personal view is a Tory majority. So eight out of eight.”

    PB.com.

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    • 339
      Its all about the ratings. says:

      The Polls are designed to showcase the election as a close run thing to make the forthcoming TV debates more “exciting”. Its all about the ratings folks !

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  47. 198
    deathly says:

    did mcshane lose a child recently

    as an observer it seems amazing the politico child mortality rates

    are they cursed????????

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  48. 200
    Longbow says:

    This will be the week of manifestos, do you remember that they are not worth the paper they are written on?
    Electoral manifestos

    In some parliamentary democracies, political parties prepare electoral manifestos which set out both their strategic direction and outlines of prospective legislation should they win sufficient support in an election to serve in government. Legislative proposals which are featured in the manifesto of a party which has won an election are often regarded as having superior legitimacy to other measures which a governing party may introduce for consideration by the legislature. Although, in recent decades the status of electoral manifestos has diminished somewhat due to a significant tendency for winning parties to, ignore, indefinitely delay, or even outright reject manifesto policies which were popular with the public upon taking office.

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    • 211
      John Bull Printing Outfit says:

      Remember that Manifestos are just “Aspirations” NOT “Pledges”

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      • 221
        banana republic watcher says:

        Take your pick, essentially a load of air going out

        Aspiration may refer to:

        * Aspiration (phonetics), the release of a strong burst of air after some obstruents
        * Naturally-aspirated engine, an internal combustion engine that relies on atmospheric pressure for air intake
        o Supercharger.
        o Turbocharger.

        In medicine:

        * Pulmonary aspiration, the entry of secretions or foreign material into the trachea and lungs
        * Aspiration pneumonia, a lung infection caused by pulmonary aspiration
        * Needle aspiration biopsy, a surgical procedure
        * Vacuum aspiration, a pregnancy termination procedure
        * Nasogastric aspiration, the removal of the stomach’s contents via a nasogastric tube.

        Aspiration may also mean:

        * Hope or Ambition

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      • 222
        Matty Jazek aka Denis MacShite says:

        Labour’s manifesto is only fit for wiping yer arse on, but who cares so long as 30% of the chav/imigrant, benefit scrounging voters believe it. LOL

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        • 573
          Mong says:

          If you wiped your arse on Liebours manefesto, you would end up with thousands of little paper cuts all over your baloon knot.

          Not recomended.

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      • 233
        Grumpy Old Man says:

        You mean like “working towards a balanced budget”? Things like that?

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  49. 201
    iain says:

    Caroline Lucas……..whats the point of her?

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  50. 212
    Who, for 13 years, benifitted and befriended Bent and Bonkers Bankers ? says:

    Gorgon the Moron

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  51. 215
    Mandy's Piles says:

    McShane is a shit stabbing mong.

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    • 219
      Magda Brown says:

      Matty Jazek aka Denis MacShane is one of my Facebook Friends along with Damien McBride, Derek D Raper, Toilets Maguire, Toenails Robinson, and Naomi Campbell. So fucking leave him alone or I’ll get Damien to smear the arse off yer.

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  52. 217
    Who has a Rich Toff for a buddy, wailing about a Railway Line in his 'back yard' ? says:

    My Lord MandleScum

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  53. 226
    Labour soon to be crucified says:

    Take one 10 inch nail.

    Place MacShane on a cross.

    Bash the nail into his head.

    Job done.

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  54. 236
    I Twitter As I Please,Being Married To Him Is Like A Disease says:

    “My hero had a bad night – crying and crying,sobbing his tiny heart out – he knows what we all know – we are trying to get him a Lecturer’s position at Moscow College but Putin is having nothing to do with us any more”.

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    • 275
      Al Megrahi,s Doctor says:

      Come to Libya my friends, we play golf together! Able bassett is giving lessons for free, he is doing so well. Be carefull how you travel. I recomend camel.

      Like

    • 309
      Roger Daley says:

      …and his other mate Barry Omaha has loads of new friends and doesn’t call him any more.

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  55. 237
    lol says:

    You always know when Guido’s dragged himself out of his pit: half the posts suddenly get deleted.

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  56. 243
    JV says:

    Frightening stuff:

    “The implications of Gordon Brown’s doubling of public spending in the past decade are so hard to grasp that it is hardly surprising the parties don’t want to talk about it, because none of them really has the faintest idea what to do about it………”

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/columnists/christopherbooker/7575673/Dont-let-the-voters-know-we-face-bankruptcy.html

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  57. 248
    James says:

    What’s he scared of? Falling from the plane to his death?

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  58. 257
    As Britain sleepwalks over the abyss. says:

    Is there a man with millions to spare who could pay for Christopher Booker’s article in the DT to be sent to every man,woman and child in the land – force them to read it,stand on every street corner and read it out over a Tannoy,plaster it on the Tube,the buses, the f’ing roads – everywhere.

    Take out adverts on the TV,do anything to get the reality across.

    We are so fuck*ed,we have got to shove Labour against a wall and sho*ot the lot of them,then sit down and work out how to get this sorted out over the next decade.

    Dissolve parliament for the next 5 years and get it sorted.

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  59. 259
    Handy with a rifle says:

    The army bascially told me to fuck off they are filled up when I tried to apply for them.

    I had to laugh as it was them pestering me to join two years ago, changed your tune now lads but how long will it last.

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  60. 263
    They've shit on me, but I'll still vote Labour says:

    Denis MacShane is MP for Rotherham, he knows he is in a rock solid safe seat (pin a red rosette on a turd & it’ll win, territory).
    He doesn’t need to engage in reasoned, rational debate.

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  61. 272
    Anonymous says:

    So Harriet Harman isn’t and Denis macShane isn’t , how many more so called Labour persons are failing to declare their real names?
    Does this contravene the representation of the people act?

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  62. 273
    I Predict A "Labour Disaster" (the words go hand in hand) says:

    I recently predicted a 55 seat majority for the Tories.

    After week one of the campaign,I revise this figure to 103.

    Labour are going to suffer as only a party “led” by the charlatan devil incarnate Brown could suffer – Ball’s will make the Portillo moment look like the Spaniard actually won the seat,such will be his loss.

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    • 288
      barefootcontessa says:

      I’m going to stick my neck out and predict a landslide for the Tories.

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      • 312
        Longbow says:

        Not a brass neck is it?

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      • 371
        Can't remember my moniker says:

        I think you have spotted something that the polls don’t want to spot. There will be questions asked on May 7th.

        I see upwards of 80.

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      • 634

        I’ve been saying that for months. 110 plus majority.

        I don’t *like* it, I think Call Me Dave is a cocksucker puppet who will be just a hair’s breadth away fromt he worst stupidities of labour on the eu, crime, immigraiton, t’environment bullshit, all that malign equality madness…. but I do think they’re going to romp it. labour’s fluffy vote will vanish, leaving just the tribal core, paid lefties, and meejatwats

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    • 346
      A No 10 Drowning (in Debt) Street, SpokesPerson, holding a pad to her bruised and bleeding eyes says:

      The Noo_Lie_Bore Rebuttal Unit in the form of Our Glorious and Beloved Leader issued the following statement at 1230 today :

      The G+BL

      1. WILL WIN by 67,000 million seats

      2. HAS personally supervised the production of 67,000 million tractors in the last week alone

      3. HAS personally welcomed 67,000 million new migrants into EUSSR land

      4. HAS personally supervised the insemination of 67,000 million teens to produce the Green Shoots of His next ‘Age of Change’

      5. HAS created 67,000 million new Lords and other shills from his enraptured followers

      6. HAS paid 67d (67 pence) off the National Debt and created 67,000 million pounds more.

      That is all.

      Get on with yoru work – if you have any – AND DON’T FORGET TO PAY YOU TELLY TAX!

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    • 351
      Brown's a Tosser says:

      God I hope you are right, but my guess is it will be closer than you might think. NuLabour have some very dumbed down support. And is that truly worrying for the future of our country and beggars belief.

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  63. 279
    One man and his head banger says:

    Nothing posted on this site ever gets edited in relation to investment advertising or portfolios!

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  64. 284
    Anonymous says:

    I have no special love for the Pope or any ‘organised’ religion, and am sickened by proof of abuse within these institutions, but Richard Dawkins, as I have always maintained, is a fucking fruitcake.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/religion/7578024/Richard-Dawkins-planning-to-have-Pope-Benedict-arrested-over-crimes-against-humanity.html

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    • 290
      barefootcontessa says:

      You’re wrong, Richard Dawkins is right on the ball.

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      • 315
        Dyslexic Dog Worshipper says:

        No he isn’t, I hate all religions as well but everyone is picking on the Christians and Catholics because they are easy and weak targets these days and they know they can’t fight back.

        How about Dawkins trying to arrest someone like Anjem Choudray? wait he won’t because he knows the Muslims will put up a fight.

        As an atheist;

        Nutcase and publicity loving Dawkins does not represent me or my views.

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        • 352
          atheist says:

          If Dawkins is the best we can do as a nation in the ‘genius’ stakes, we’re well and truly stuffed. The man gave up on any objectivity years ago, and this is the final result.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Richard Dawkins is a bigger zealot than any Jesuit or jihadist.

            He has a fanatical, probably pathlogical, hatred of Christianity, though I notice he doesn’t have the balls to utter one word of criticism against the muslims.

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          • If Dawkins gets within fifty yards of the pope he’ll be zapped by a thunderbolt then rained on with frogs.

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          • Beelzebub says:

            “God does not exist.” Richard Dawkins

            As a self confessed blob of protoplasm that only recently crawled out of the primordial slime, how the fuck does he know? The intellectual pride and arrogance of this upstart gabshite is quite astonishing, and I know of what I speak having had a bit of a problem in that area myself. Even one of your finest ‘thinkers’, Einstein, didn’t rule out the possibility of a god FFS, and yet this middlebrow fuckwit seems to think he’s cracked it.

            I look forward to our imminent meeting with some relish.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Dawkins is another Labour style intellectual who believes their own hype. He must be a briliiant man because we are told he is. Yeah just Like Jonah is a genius !!!

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        • 432
          Moley says:

          I once shared a flat with a devout atheist who was far more irritating than any religious zealot.

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      • 392
        Gods own boys says:

        wait until the second inquisition.,heads rolling, the short will become the tall.

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        • 583
          Mong says:

          Realy?

          Brilliant, i’m only 5 foot 6, and i’m pissed off with being called short arse.

          Oh, hang on….I’m agnostic.

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      • 629
        Anonymous says:

        Much of Dawkins reasoning is in fact circular.

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  65. 300
    The LibDems caught out bullshitting(what's new ?) says:

    St Vince getting ripped to shreds by an increasingly incredulous Jon Sopel on Politics Show regarding the LibDems £389 Bombshell Poster. St Vince forced to admit that it’s actually only a guestimation based on his calculations(on the back of a fag packet Vince perhaps ?) and not something that WILL actually happen and that it could have equally been £300 instead or “even £388 or £390 ? “quipped Sopel.

    An aggrieved St Vince basically says look we can’t add footnotes to our election posters for the benefit of media pundit(or perhaps God forbid the electorate Vince ?) saying this could be a different amount or not even correct.

    Tells us all we need to know about the LibDems and their economic guru. Potential Chancellor my arse.Go away and get the fugures correct Vince and then come back.

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    • 356
      CCC says:

      Cable has been exposed as a conman and a liar quite often recently but some media flunkeys are still stupid enough to still think he’s the dogs bollox on economics.

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      • 386
        Avuncular Vince says:

        I thought you all loved me ?? Remember, I forecast the housing market crash around 2001 after interest rates were cut following the 9/11 atrocity ? I identified Brown’s Housing Boom around that time as interest rates were slashed. Loand behold, five years later, my forecast came true !!

        No., I am NOT like the broken clock – correct twice a day but wrong the rest of the time.

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      • 394
        Hang The Bastards says:

        Vince is a fucking clueless monkey.

        The Limp Dems portray him as the Guru who forecast the downfall… yet every common bloke in the pub could have told you the boom based on debt was going to end in tears….

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      • 430
        FO Vince says:

        Like all the politicos, full of their own importance and don’t they just love the sound of their own voices!!

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      • 436
        Dick Robinson says:

        He is still the darling of housewives and sixth formers nationwide though.

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  66. 305

    O/T but funny…. from the Times

    “On Friday the flight attendants aboard the Eastern Airways Saab 2000 turboprop had thoughtfully stuffed a political magazine into the seat pockets to keep the prime minister and his entourage entertained during the flight from Stansted to Edinburgh. Unfortunately the publication they chose was The Spectator.

    The rabidly Conservative magazine’s cover strapline read: “Give Cameron the keys”, with an image of David Cameron as DCI Gene Hunt, the hero of the 1980s-inspired cop show Ashes to Ashes, who has become an unlikely icon of the election campaign. “

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    • 391
      Maladroit Labour Chump says:

      Did the ‘guilty’ flight attendants get a Nokia each in the back of their head ?

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      • 469
        Grandma says:

        Almost as good as Gordon’s extra large helmet and very small flak jacket supplied by the quartermaster in Afghanistan. I love these individual initiatives.

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        • 485
          Brown - a rogues gallery says:

          Yes – you can actually imagine the army planning that one!

          Probably the best photo to use on Brown’s Wikipedia page when he is wiped off the face of the political earth on may 6th.

          The scum of scum,excrement of excrement – the devil incarnate that is the hated impostor Gordon Brown.

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  67. 306
    Love the Russians sense of humour says:

    Vlad Putin; accidents happen lol.

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  68. 313
    Nick Griffen says:

    “I am speaking to you from the Cabinet Room at 10, Downing Street. This morning the British Ambassador in Strasburg handed the EU Government a final Note stating that unless we heard from them by 11 0’clock that they were prepared at once to withdraw their laws a state of war would exist between us. I have to tell you now that no such undertaking has been received, and that consequently this country is at war with the EU. You can imagine what a bitter blow it is to me that all my long struggle to win peace has failed. Yet I cannot believe that there is anything more or anything different that I could have done and that would have been more successful. Up to the very last it would have been quite possible to have arranged a peaceful and honourable settlement between Britain and the EU. But Van Rumpey would not have it. He had evidently made up his mind to assimilate the UK whatever happened, and although he now says he put forward reasonable proposals which were rejected by the others, that is not a true statement. The proposals were never shown to the British people, nor to us, and, though they were announced in a Federal broadcast on Thursday night, Van Rumpey did not wait to hear comments on them, but ordered his lawyers to cross out the frontier the next morning. His action shows convincingly that there is no chance of expecting that this man will ever give up his practice of using force to gain his will. He can only be stopped by force. We and Greece are to-day, in fulfillment of our obligations, going to the aid of everyone, who is so bravely resisting this wicked and unprovoked attack upon our people. We have a clear conscience. We have done all that any country could do to establish peace, but a situation in which no word given by Van Rumpey’s ruler could be trusted and no people or country could feel themselves safe had become intolerable. And now that we have resolved to finish it, I know that you will all play your part with calmness and courage.”

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    • 322
      Tommy Atkins says:

      About bloody time.

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    • 362
      backwoodsman says:

      ???? I thought it was nutty Nige’s lot that wanted to fire up the Challengers and hit the beaches.

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      • 402
        UKIP Manifesto....A stronger and independent Britain for all says:

        Van Rompuy knows that he will have to break us in this island or lose the war. If we can stand up to him, all Europe may be free and life of the world may move forward into broad, sunlit uplands. But if we fall, then the whole world,including all that we have known and cared for, will sink into the abyss of a new Dark Age made more sinister, and perhaps more protracted, by the lights of perverted science.
        Let us therefore brace ourselves to our duties, and so bear ourselves that, if the United Kingdom lasts for a thousand years, men will still say, “This was their finest hour!”

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    • 466
      albacore says:

      The B/N/P is the only party “committed to withdrawing from the illegal and immoral wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and the prosecution for war crimes of all Westminster officials who deliberately tricked this nation into those conflicts which have cost billions and at least 300 British lives.”

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      • 497
        Anon says:

        Only problem is 1) They won’t win any seats in parliament and, let us humour a dickhead like you for a moment albacore, 2) if the British Nazi party did withdraw soldiers, any non-white troops withdrawn from Afghanistan would immediately be deported according to the racist British Nazi party’s policy of repatriation.
        You’re a fucking spastic albacore.
        Oh, and don’t you fucking dare use our brave troops to score cheap political bullshit points you fucking scum wanker.
        You are an anti-patriotic motherfucker who is trying to score points at the expense of the blood of British soldiers you’re just as bad as Gordon Brown you stupid c’unt.
        Now Fuck off you wanker.

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        • 580
          albacore says:

          There, there, anon.
          Were you not so preoccupied in the area of masturbation, you might be able to withdraw your pin head from capacious rectum and view the facts rather than your haemorrhoids.
          Try a little moderation in your self-abuse. Your vision may improve, or at least deteriorate no further; though I doubt that, given your conditioned prejudices, your insight will ever rival that of a retarded crustacean.
          Have a nice day.

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          • Anon says:

            Do not use the blood of our troops to score bullshit political points for your shitty party.
            You scum.

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  69. 341
    Canary Wharf Rat says:

    Just read in The Times that Labour is mailshoting Cancer patients trying to scare them into voting for them. Is there no depths that this bunch will sink to trying to cling on.
    “Labour has sent out 250,000 “cancer” postcards, each addressed to an individual, asking: “Are the Tories a change you can afford?”
    Unbelievable!

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    • 361
      Brown's a Tosser says:

      Yes, sick or what. NuLabour/Brown the most dispicable party on the planet. To say I hate them is a vast undertatement. The question is why does everybody not hate this corrupt party. Today we have Cancer patients and donor cards fiasco everyday we have new revelations from this totally discredited government but there poll numbers remain at around 30%. We are doomed if this shower retain any kind of power.

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      • 382
        Tommy Atkins says:

        just wait for the funeral directors to arrive to measure you up for your not yet dead body.

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      • 396
        Hang The Bastards says:

        ABSOLUTELY DISGUSTING !

        How did they get the info ? Surely the electroal commission need to sort this out

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    • 685
      Al Megrahi,s Doctor says:

      They did’nt send Al one! Wonder why???? ( maybe because he’s not british & his cancer’s cured eh?)

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  70. 348
    JL says:

    The Tories should post a copy of Chris Booker’s article in today’s Telegraph to every home in the country. Those that bothered to read it would see just how badly Brown has screwed our economy for decades to come.

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  71. 355
    • 413
      T.B£iar - the People's Messiah says:

      A Labour Minister with SEVEN homes ???

      I’m catching up very fast :)))

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    • 439
      Moley says:

      I forgot about him when I was compiling my list of Labour millionaires.

      He is like the BBC presenters who think that paying a bit more tax on their £600,000 Salaries will make them more virtuous.

      Paying tax is not quite so much fun when you only get £20,000.00

      The BBC should try it.

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      • 453
        Forex Trader says:

        Don’t blame them anyone who has invested in copper or metals recently has made a fortune, supply can’t keep up with demand.

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  72. 363
    Who ruined Prudence and turned her into a slut ? says:

    Gorgon the Moron

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  73. 369
    Denis MacShite says:

    Stop fucking calling me Matty Jazek!

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  74. 375
    Anonymous says:

    A couple of very interesting polls coming out later today. Somebody is not going to be very happy LOL

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  75. 378
    QWERTY says:

    Fuck Liebour

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  76. 397
    pete-s says:

    The only thing that amazes me is that McShameless does not get a good kicking more often.

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  77. 399
    Hang The Bastards says:

    Does Ed Balls know about Cooper-Balls “private” journalist in her Brief’s ??

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    • 488
      Bang on says:

      I heard she was being gang-banged by two journo’s.

      She will have more time on her hands when she is beaten on May 6th along with husband Himmler.

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  78. 400
    Geeza who quizzed Bliar and The Moron says:

    Gorn – lettus build a wind farm – gorn – you know it makes sense – and I’ll give ye a soft time.

    Gorn!

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  79. 409

    Can people stop saying nice things about Malcolm Maclaren? It was thanks to him no doubt that Sid Vicious killed my cat.
    Sid wanted to sing My Way the Sinatra way, but Macl asked him to jazz it up with a spot of cat killing.
    So please, stop saying about how nice he was. He was a s**t

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  80. 411
    Pole Star says:

    The Guardian appears not to be aware of the ‘Cancer’ mailshot by the Labour bastards!! However the BBC website is reporting it!

    Perhaps Labour arranged for the innumerable ‘missing – presumed stolen’ databases to be ‘stolen’ for future use!

    NuLibore is losing big time – good innit?

    Like

  81. 416
    Harriet's Gnarled Clit says:

    Vote Labour you slags.

    Like

  82. 421
    Thomas Rossetti says:

    Quite right, Guido. MacShane is an odious man.

    Like

  83. 427
    hoobris says:

    MacShame would even make Goebbels blush with some of the shite that comes out of his lying mouth. He’s definitely the comical Ali of the Labour Party, and should therefore be hanged by his brass neck.

    Like

  84. 441
    Charles Manson says:

    Maybe I should have killed 400 or 500 people, then I might have felt better

    Like

  85. 448
    The Dirty Rat says:

    Gordon Brown 1992.

    He was an arrogant no nothing c*nt then and spots don’t go away.

    Like

    • 456
      What's the problem Gordy? ......... says:

      Just come back from meeting high-up Old Labour supporter

      He’s given up on Labour!

      He also confirmed that BROWN IS GAY

      This will ‘come out’, he says, after Brown loses the election !!

      Like

      • 489
        news worthy says:

        Sorry – this is not news – Brown was gay from the word “tax”.

        There will be so much coming out when he is kicked out on May 6th – there will have to be a special section in the newspapers to handle the stories that will appear about the charlatan Brown.

        Like

    • 622
      Anonymous says:

      It looks as if your a TIT !

      Like

  86. 454
    Pole Star says:

    Guardian still not reporting the Labour Cancer story

    Like

  87. 455
    Spoken in jest says:

    I wonder which of you will be chained to the wall in the cell next to mine

    Like

  88. 459
    Martin Day says:

    When politicians can’t think of anything sensible to say, they come up with silly ideas. That is how David Cameron has produced his plan to give tax breaks to married couples who vote for David Cameron’s Conservatives

    Not for married couples who don’t vote for David Cameron’s Conservatives, mind you. And not much of a giveaway, either. But that isn’t what makes the proposal not just daft but offensive.

    For a start, it is plainly ridiculous to suggest that a couple will get married or stay together because the government is offering them £3 a week for the privilege.

    It is also distasteful to say to a woman newly widowed that she is now going to have to pay more tax. Or to inform a mother who has been abandoned by her husband that she will lose tax relief yet her ex will receive it if he marries the woman he has run off with.

    Yes, marriage is important, as are all stable relationships.

    It isn’t the state’s job to interfere in people’s private lives but we all pay the cost of broken families and the damage they can do to society.

    The question, as with so many of the critical questions that face Britain, is what can be done. And suggesting it can be fixed by bribing selected couples with a few quid is plain dishonest politics.

    Mr Cameron is not only trying to appease a nagging right-wing lobby but is floundering around for an idea – not a big idea, that would be too much to ask, but any idea. For after nearly five years as Tory leader, voters still don’t know what he stands for.

    Let Martin Day enlighten them. He stands for gimmicks, oily public relations and the prospect of brutal cuts in public spending and tens of thousands of redundancies. No wonder he is struggling in the polls.

    Let me just say in conclusion,Vote Labour

    Like

    • 478
      Gutless Gordon Brown says:

      Er three quid eh. What was the weekly increase in the State pension this year?

      Like

    • 483
      Moley says:

      Your chain of logic breaks down at the last sentence.

      You have failed to give anybody any reason why they should vote Labour.

      There isn’t one is there?

      Like

    • 486
      Anonymous says:

      Fuck off Hardwige

      Like

    • 527
      The last labour voter in the universe says:

      No body else but Gaylord Mandy Sonofabitch could write such twaddle and believe it.
      Or perhaps it’s really a Tory Troll just winding us up.
      Either way, GO FORTH AND MULTIPLY.

      Like

    • 555
      Socialism has murdered 150 million human beings pride says:

      Instead of writing that load of shite you would be better off looking for a real job son.

      You will need one very soon.

      Like

      • 662
        Not an original thought in his Martin Day's head says:

        He doesn’t write it, a quick google reveals its drivel cut’n’pasted from the Daily Mirror website

        Like

  89. 460
    khmer marron says:

    dennis mcshit should travel only by helicopter-
    one with an ejector seat!

    Like

  90. 461
    Irene says:

    Just another odious man in this cesspit of a government.

    I wish he’d blow his nose once in a while!

    Like

  91. 464
    David Cameron Is a Marxist says:

    She is the Chairman Mao fan whose ‘body language’ coaching sessions helped Barack Obama to enter the White House – and now David Cameron is hoping her skills will steer him into Downing Street.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/election/article-1265137/Obama-aide-prepping-Cameron-TV-clash.html#ixzz0knqZMMvr

    Like

    • 473
      albacore says:

      Brown’s done everything except a song and dance act to get Cameron elected Prime Minister.
      Meanwhile the shrinking violet himself prattles every irrelevance under the sun so as to make the electoral stitch-up marginally less blatant.

      Like

    • 651
      More say dung says:

      There is a serious tendency toward capitalism among the well-to-do peasants.

      Like

  92. 465
    The Beast of Clerkenwell says:

    Gordon has been sending out personal messages to Cancer patients?
    When one of those drops in the letter box its probably best to book a one way ticket to Switzerland, saves money for the NHS

    Like

    • 482
      the gift of sleep says:

      Reminds me of a story I heard only yesterday about one Harry Meadows, an 87 year old who dressed up as the grim reaper, and shocked to death 3 other elderly residents of his care home.

      http://wikibin.org/articles/harry-meadows.html

      What a joker.

      Like

    • 531
      Anonymous says:

      I thought the vileness of the labour propoganda machine could not get any viler.
      How wrong I was.

      I don’t think there are any words of fucking fuckedness left for the total moral vacuum that is New Labour.

      Like

  93. 470
    Anonymous says:

    It is reported that a farm in Kent has three pigs representing the three parties in the election, who are raced against each other in order to predict the final outcome of the election. It is also reported the the “Gordon Brown” pig is a frequent winner in these races.

    What is not reported is that members of the public/electors stick red hot pokers up the arse of “Gordon Brown’s” pig possibly to to “encourage” it – no wonder the poor thing runs off as past as it can!!!

    Like

  94. 474

    Apparently Yvette has admitted to being “second division”. I suppose that makes me first division, or dare I say it, premier league. My friend Bob Ainsworth apparently plays for Accrington Stanley.

    Like

  95. 476
    Gordo the greek says:

    Meanwhile in Esher unite is set to spend millions on it’s training centre in an exclusive area – plans submitted to extend 36 room place!

    Like

  96. 493
    lol says:

    Our old friend and Stoke Labour dissident, Comade Gary Elsby is in today’s Telegraph:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/election-2010/7578128/Divided-Labour-faces-BNP-challenge-in-Stoke-on-Trent-Central.html

    Like

  97. 505
    Brown reckons he can cure cancer says:

    It’s abit rich labour trying to woo cancer patients when no long ago they were telling them to get stuffed because their medicine was too expensive and David Cameron had to promise to spend a few billion on it if he was elected.

    Like

  98. 507
    a cornered rat says:

    +++Breaking News+++

    Gordon Brown sets up gun emplacement at No.10.

    Like

    • 510
      PICK(nose)FORDS REMOVALS says:

      Come on out, you nasty,poisonous, lying,incompetent tosser !!

      Your time is up !!

      Like

  99. 509
    ian e says:

    If I were a terminally ill sniper, I know one NuLabor sleazebag who would be on my list!

    Like

  100. 518
    Labour needs your cadaver vote! says:

    Dear relative of recently deceased person. Did you know that, because a recent change in the law, you can now vote on behalf of your deceased loved one for one year after their death?

    Take a moment to think about this: you can carry out the final wishes of your departed husband, son, wife, transgendered partner or other close relative, by voting labour! Don’t worry though, even if they were not a labour voter in the past, as their surving relative you have the right to decide on who they vote for!

    So, don’t waste that vote! Simply fill in the enclosed form, post it back to us, and we will do the rest!

    Think how contented your departed relative would be knowing that you’ve voted Labour on their behalf! And if they wouldn’t be – it doesn’t matter – they are dead anyway!

    Vote labour. We need every corpse we can get!

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  101. 530
    Groucho says:

    Targeting cancer victims with party political information is pretty twisted, even by NuLabour standards.

    However, since the names and addresses seem to have come from NHS databases, this looks like a clear breach of the Data Protection Act by the government.

    The same government that recently increased the maximum fine for this sort of crime to £500,000.

    Like

    • 538
      Anonymous says:

      Excellent. Let’s go get em & fine ourselves the taxpayers.

      I cannot string together words for this utter pile of excrement. How can 30% of people polled be in favour of these evil bastards?

      Like

      • 552
        Going down (as Cooper Boy Balls says to the journalist) says:

        They aren’t.

        Worry not,keep calm and focused – this excrement Brown is going down big time.

        Do you really think that the monster that curses everyone will not curse himslef and his thugs?

        Of course he will.

        Like

      • 556
        Groucho says:

        If the crime was committed by the Labour Party, the fine would be against them.
        Enough to bankrupt them, hopefully.

        Like

      • 562
        Dr Andy Burnham says:

        Im just hoping we can find one of the 250000 cancer leaflet recipients has’nt got the big C as it means we have used the NHS database illegally and for political gain.Now as if Labour would do that.Andy.X

        Like

  102. 541
    THE TRUTH SEEKER - GORDON BROWN says:

    how can anyone with a brain not see through Nu Labour.

    or google my name ?

    Like

  103. 542
    GUR says:

    McDoom, please don’t send a message or watch the Westwood at the Masters!

    Like

  104. 543
    Sam Allardyce says:

    Gordon, just glad you got the right Rovers and wished Raith Rovers good luck for this afternoon!!

    Like

  105. 544
    QWERTY says:

    McShit looks like a badly fucked rent boy

    Like

  106. 545
    nell says:

    http://www2.politicalbetting.com/index.php/archives/2010/04/11/should-you-be-betting-on-the-pollsters-or-their-polls/

    7 out of 8 of our current pollsters think that the tories are going to win through with a majority of seats despite what their polls are saying.

    Even the eighth, IPSOS, has belatedly said he agrees with that view.

    So much for polls then??!!

    Like

    • 549
      Just the way it is says:

      We are watching the slow motion meltdown that is the end of Labour.

      The in-fighting and post-election maneuvering has already begun amongst the Labour thugs and will get progressively worse over the next three weeks.

      By the morning of 6th May,Cameron will be a certainty to win by 103 plus seats.

      Can’t wait to see Balls lose his seat and Brown be dragged away in a straitjacket.

      Delicious.

      Like

    • 551
      ??!! says:

      ??!! !!??
      ??!!

      Like

    • 576
      Who's going to tell Gordon ? says:

      Even the Labour Cabinet and strategists privately think Cameron is going to win with an overall majority. The only one in denial is Brown and nobody has dared tell him yet

      Like

    • 589
      Dick Robinson says:

      We may see a complete collapse of the Labour vote like we did in the Euro elections last year.

      I think Labour realise this, that’s why they are trying to use mostly scare tactics in their campaigning so far.

      Like

      • 605
        barefootcontessa says:

        Journalist reports ‘Balls last seen running down Downing Street, Boy/girl in tow.’

        Like

  107. 547
    universal hiss says:

    & what pisses me off even more is I live in Alex Salmond’s ex safe SNP seat so my vote counts as jack shit.
    I cannot remember a time I’ve been so angry with all political parties.

    Like

  108. 548
    Soon to be in the line-up. says:

    Gordon Brown – soon this scum will have his name associated in the same way as;

    Vidkun Quisling (shot by firing squad in 1945)

    Nicolae Ceausescu (shot by firing squad in 1989)

    Adolf Hitler (we all the the story,along with HIS Magda,Eva)

    The National Lottery treble rollover should have as first prize, a place on the line up for Brown’s demise – sales would reach £100,000,000.

    Like

  109. 550
    Dave Blair will save the troops says:

    Dave Blair can heal the sick with a soundbite
    he’ll make the troops indestructible by being tough on war, tough on the causes of war
    no troops will die after May the 6th because Tony Cameron will make it so

    Like

    • 566
      The truth seeker Gordon Brown Feb 2010 says:

      It was i,Gordon Brown that cut the helicopter budget resulting in 100’s of needless deaths.

      Like

      • 568
        The truth seeker Gordon Brown Feb 2010 says:

        It was i,Gordon Brown that sent my cannon fodder to their deaths without enough body armour

        Like

        • 571
          The truth seeker Gordon Brown Feb 2010 says:

          It is i Gordon Brown,Blaming the generals,the media,Sky,The BBC,Cameron.Clegg,M&S.It was nothing to do with me ,honest,really,would i lie to you.

          Like

          • nell says:

            Let’s not forget about missing Ridgebacks and IED detectors and lies to Chilcott and smears against Generals and not enough medical support in Afghanistan so we have to rely on the Americans to help out, and not enough medical support here in Britain on the NHS so our troops just struggle to get the help they need, frankly!!!

            And expecially let’s not forget that the IED detectors and some of the better armoured vehicles are British inventions being manufactured here but are shunned by aintbustingaut and the MoD whilst being bought in large quantities by the US Army who laud them as significantly saving lives of US troops in Afghanistan!!!!

            Like

          • Vote for a Warmonger says:

            tough on war, tough on the causes of war

            Vote for me and 5 more years of carnage in the Afhgan quagmire

            Like

          • nell says:

            No-one with lads in Afghanistan or caring about our troops in Afghanistan would vote for aintbustinagut, kevan, rammell or the lying gordon ‘ I hate the Army’ brown!!!

            Like

  110. 557
    George Osborne says:

    A midget was in the newsagent staring at the magazine section.. The newsagent thought the top shelf porn mags were well out of the midget’s reach so offered assistance.

    `Do you want me to help you ?’ said the newsagent.

    The midget took his midget cock out and replied. `Thank you. With a good hand job, I reckon I could squirt over the photo of the girl on the word puzzle mag.

    Like

  111. 558
    Anonymous says:

    The winning Labour team Brown/Balls/Mandy/Macshane.

    Like

  112. 565

    He is a mere one of many odious creatures inhabiting the Labour party. Doubtless they’ll all receive peerages, unlike General Sir Richard Dannatt, an illustrious soldier more worthy of a barony than a hundred of G Brown’s cronies.

    Like

    • 587
      nell says:

      I think the absolute rubbishing of the House Of Lords will come when prezza is installed as a peer and his vacuous wife as a lady.

      The HoL can’t collapse to any lower levels than that!!!

      uddin, martin, sugar, prezza,, foulkes, scotland, that woman who is the eu foreign minister whose name I forget, mandy,

      You can’t have an institution more foul and rotting than that!!!!

      Cameron needs to do something to clean out the smell – I’m waiting to hear what that might be!!

      Like

  113. 567
    ??? says:

    What does Denis MacShane (aka Matty Jaszek) have in common with David and Ed Miliband, Jack Straw, Peter Mandelson, Margaret Hodge, Barbara Roche etc?

    Like

  114. 570
    Jon says:

    Why are Sky News advertising the forthcoming leader’s debate with a large photo of Cameron to a soundtrack of “Nowhere to run to, nowhere to hide”?

    Surely even the Labour shills at Sky realise that if anyone is trying to hide it’s not Cameron but Gordon Brown.

    Like

  115. 572
    hah says:

    You mean Hodge nee Oppenheimer?

    Like

  116. 575
    Odd Balls says:

    Can people explain to me why they keep on talking about Yvette ‘sucking off a journalist?’
    What is this ‘sucking off’? Does it mean that she is getting helpful information from these journalists? If so then, I would be happy doing this ‘sucking off’ myself.

    Like

  117. 578
    Leaky pipes. says:

    Ian Dale says that he was told he couldn’t comment on the Cancer debacle when on Sky as Labour had denied the accusation of targeted mailing. Well thats alright then. Even the Beeb are running the story…..sort of. But don’t forget people of Britain…. the Torys will eat your babies.

    Like

  118. 579
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK says:

    Dear Order Order Bloggers,

    I am writing to complain about the harsh comments towards the ‘Go Compare’ singer. I happen to find him anything but an ‘annoying twat’ or a ‘fat Hunt.’

    He is one of the most talented and notable figures of advertising genius. Please recognise class when you see it, you ignoramuses.

    Sincerly,

    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK

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  119. 581
    oldfella says:

    “If it’s good enough for the troops …….”

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/apr/11/gulf-war-syndrome-veterans-pensions

    gulf syndrome doesn’t exist as far as the MoD are concerned but it’s okay if you get killed in action

    Like

  120. 585
    nell says:

    I think we need to know precisely which confidential NHS database the Labour Party has clearly accessed in order to target cancer patients with their sick ‘ you will die more quickly under the tories’ postcard.

    Labour today tried to say that the only database they used for that postcard was the electoral roll. What an outright barefaced Lie!!

    This is as good an advert as we can have for a campaign against labour’s nhs universal database they are currently trying to launch. Clearly labour’s reasons for promoting it are entirely political!!!

    Let’s all just say No!!

    Like

    • 591
      universal hiss says:

      It’s quite unbelievable what the people in this country will take.
      This must be the lowest of the low & should be shouted from the rooftops about how vile Labour & all who lie in her are.
      Over to you BBC.

      Like

      • 598
        Free thinker says:

        “It’s quite unbelievable what the people in this country will take.”

        Like the concept of a wet millionaire benefit cheat seriously being considered as the man with a plan.

        Like

    • 612
      barefootcontessa says:

      I have said no, (in writing), as if that will make any difference!

      Like

      • 621
        nell says:

        Yes and so have we!

        But we need an answer from Labour on this current postcard scandal. Where did Labour get their names and addresses in order to target cancer victims in this disgraceful manner ??!!

        We know Labour’s Source is the confidential NHS database – but they must be made to admit it !!! And UNITE must acknowledge that they are implicit in this disgraceful national breach of medical confidentiality!!!

        I suppose charliewhelan has now gone into hiding hasn’t he??!! What slugs these liebour people are!!!

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        • 642
          Dack Blog says:

          They targeted 250,000 patients based on postcodes (having read behind the headlines) – some of which, as you’d expect, have (or had) cancer.

          I got a political leaflet about reinstating dog-free areas in my local park. Should I take it personally if my dog had just died?

          It was a stupid leaflet from a stupid party that hadn’t thought though the potential consequences. Cancer is an emotive issue (as I know from experience) but there are more important fuckups to get all ‘Lady Di’s funeral’ about.

          Like

          • nell says:

            N0 sorry Dack, as much as I respect your views, This time you are wrong.

            Labour have this time used a confidentisl NHS Database that has allowed them to access and target patients suffering cancer.

            We need to know who has allowed them to do that and UNITE and the slug charliewhelan have to come clean because he and they are clearly in the Frame!!!

            Like

          • Dack Blog says:

            Maybe there is more to it and, if so, I’m sure that all will be revealed in time. But a lot of data based on postcodes is shared and easily accessible. They haven’t – from what I’ve read already – targeted ONLY cancer patients. Sounds like a scattergun mailing to me and some pellets hit the (ill-considered)mark.

            We’ll see Nell.

            I don’t always agree with your views but I respect your passion – I just think it blinds you at times. It’s more ‘they’re all a bit shit’ than ‘heroes and villains’. (I still hope you’re a troll, though) :)

            Like

          • Dack Blog says:

            I replied Nell but it got stuck in mod (twice) and then disappeared. No idea why.

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  122. 613
    St George Hawks and Spits says:

    Denis MacShane is an odious man

    Well, he’s Labour, what do you expect ?

    Like

  123. 617
    NotaSheep says:

    Who’d more odious Denis MacShane or Keith Vaz? Tough call?

    Like

    • 625
      nell says:

      That’s Easy …. EdBalls and mandy!!

      Oh and following closely behind aintbustingut and his henchmen kevan and rammell!

      The four most odious ‘men’ on the face of the earth, Ever!! (well after prezza that is!)

      Like

      • 658
        NotaSheep says:

        That’s the trouble there is so much choice in the odious stakes – Balls, Mandy, Brown and Prescott are obviously the most odious, although Mrs Balls, Harriet Harman and Jack Straw should not be forgotten. Good grief would MacSgane or Vaz even make the top 10?

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  124. 618

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  125. 620
    Anonymous says:

    +++++BREAKING NEWS ++++++

    Allegedly one of the Journalists sent to cover Cooper-Balls’s latest press conference has been photographed holding a notepad with the words ” Distinctly Second raters on show today ” !!!!!!

    Like

    • 640
      do keep up says:

      where the fuck have you been moron ?
      it was covered in the News earlier with an interviewer asking about it

      Like

      • 671
        Anonymous says:

        You are the fuckin moron, read what I posted again , what a wanker you are !!!! Let me draw you a diagram in colourful crayon. You see fuckwit, the original story had Yvette Cooper holding the note pad. OK now I did a SATIRE with one of the Journos holding the notepad with comments on it about the panel of MP’s . Jesus Fucking Christ it kind of looses its joke when you have to explain it. Are you pissed or are you a cock ?

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  126. 623
    Remember, Remember says:

    It is reported that Cast-Iron Dave will commit in the Tory manifesto to holding a referendum on any further transfer of powers to the EUSSR.

    Remember his previous ‘cast-iron’ commitment ? How f*cking stupid does he think we are ?

    We’re not, and our mass votes for UKIP and B&P next month will prove just how many of us have rumbled all the LabConLibs’ real EU agenda.

    Only real parties can get us out, so let’s get those parties in.

    Like

  127. 626
    Miriam Clogg says:

    Jesus Christ check out Sarah Browns feet, quite a shocker!! Not for the faint hearted!

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1265190/Election-2010-Sarah-Brown-exposes-unsightly-toes-visit-Neasden-Temple.html

    Like

  128. 649
    Thelma Scrivens says:

    For once Guido Fawkes is right. Denis MacShane is an odious man. A massive popular campaign is needed. Guardian readers, Fawkes, and myself, three very different types, have nothing good to say about MacShane and cannot all be wrong. If only a popular independent candidate could win the seat – it could be done, maybe, with support from all the disillusioned individuals of the blogosphere. Even Esther Rantzen would be preferable.

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  129. 652
    Gordon McMental says:

    The state of my wifes feet prove that she is a well groomed and gorgeous woman whom I have met with on many occassions to discuss policy.
    On average we meet 2.4 times a month when I am not engaged in scotch activities such as woman beating, drug use or rambling on incoherently to complete strangers in central London
    Like most scotch I also like to piss my pants in public
    Vote Gordon
    Its the right thing to do

    Like

  130. 653
    Life long Conservative voter says:

    Andy Burnham and Gordon Brown = Burke and Hare??

    Like

  131. 664
  132. 665
  133. 669
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK says:

    David Cameron’s Conservative’s are slumping in the opinion polls

    YG daily poll – The Sun Apr 11 Apr 10
    CONSERVATIVES 37% 40%
    LABOUR 31% 32%
    LIB DEMS 20% 18%

    Like

    • 674
      Anonymous says:

      Yeah YouGov……a couple of weeks ago a 2% gap, a couple of days ago a 10% gap, and now this……yawn.

      Like

  134. 673
    Buffy the Tanky slayer (sgt Steve Roberts RTR RIP ) says:

    Katyn is a true story and a bloody good film to watch. it also shows how in war atrocities can be swept under the carpet

    Like

  135. 677
    St Paul says:

    I suppose it is a sad reflection upon the state of our nation that there is absolutely no positive comment about the odious gobshite MacShane. I hope he dies, fairly soon and fairly painfully.

    Like

  136. 678
    Nash says:

    What does it say about the Guardian and the BBC that this guy gets to say anything. The people of Rotherham deserve better. What does it say about Labour that their MPs are unable to be truthful.

    Like

  137. 687
    Anonymous says:

    Pity we can’t arrange for Brown and co to meet with a plance crash – the country would have a week of celebrations not mourning!

    Like

  138. 688
    Anonymous says:

    If we were fortunate enough to have Brown and co eliminated in a similar plane crash the country would have a week of celebration not mourning!

    Like

  139. 689
    Gasman64 says:

    Denis MacShane is my local mp and he is multi-lingual.

    The only problem is he talks bollocks in all of them.

    Like


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You know where the animals are looking through the Farmhouse window?

My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

Be careful, the sudden self-congratulatory tone, the slightly pudgy outline of indulgence and you become exactly what you should despise.

The jolly face of the Quisling Cameron poses for your camera has mesmerised and deceived you, you who were once not so deceived.

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