December 6th, 2010

Flashback : Classic BBC C**nting of Politicians


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  1. 1
    He's the cunt of Bolsover says:

    Skinner is not a c’unt. He’s a stupid, ugly, hypocritical shit faced c’unt.

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    • 2

      What I likewas when Robin asked “hasn’t it made you a Hunt” he replied yes!

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    • 6
      Cupid Stunt says:

      Bloody Hell I never realised that Dennis Skinner was young once.

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      Dick the Prick says:

      As was Naughtie this morning. What did really piss me right off though was Naughtie asking questions which were about 200 fucking words long – by the time the interviewee gets to answer it’s utterly irrelevant. He’s been useless from day 1 and is getting worse.

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      • 11
        Anonymous says:

        and his faux aghast tone when people said they’d found it funny. When he himself had been suppressing a laugh….

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      • 15
        Job 4 Life says:

        I think you will find that Today presenters are like teachers. Unsackable.

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      • 26
        Hugh Janus says:

        200 words long is on a good day. I once tried to time his questions with a stopwatch, but in the end had to resort to a calendar.

        James Smug-McNaughtie, Toady’s very own windbag. His questions are designed to illustrate – unsucessfully – how incredibly intelligent and knowledable he is. He should take a lesson from the late and remarkably professional Nick Clarke, who always asked very short and very pointed questions. He tripped up more politicians in one broadcast than JSM will ever do in an entire career of windbagging (and one that is long overdue for termination).

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        • 30
          Hugh Janus says:

          make that knowledgeable

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          • Dick the Prick says:

            There was a guy on about a year ago (seriously, I listen day and this is the only instance I can remember) when he started responding to one of Naughtie’s novellas when Naughtie interrupted almost immediately and the dude said, ‘look, if you want to answer your own questions, i’ve got a train to catch!’ Many more people should do it, many, many more.

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          • Dick the Prick says:

            listen ‘every’ day….hmm

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          • Anonymous says:

            his self-importance and extreme-even-for-the-BBC leftie bias certainly are irritating.

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      • 58
        vannilla says:

        verbal diarrhoea has been the order of the days for years now whether it’s today or book programme. get him OFF before i lose the will to live..

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      • 77
        Cassandrina says:

        Naughty has long previous as being a loony left member of the bbc.
        This so called “gaffe” is one to be expected of a man totally self obsessed and with never to be attained academic aspirations.
        I expect tonight he will be buying drinks to young bbc apparatchiks who will congratulate him on his courage and leadership.
        The problem is he is a symptom of what is wrong with the bbc and Britain, too many entrenched left wing beeboids who believe they will never collect their P45’s, and if heaven forbid this does happen they have the Gruniard to fall beck on.
        I made 3 criticisms of Naughty in the last 2 years to the bbc and got the usual ridiculous email reply as to how professional and experienced he is.
        I suppose his wife likes him, but then she writes children’s books.

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    • 31
      everyone hates the english cults says:

      FIFA,

      Hamid Karzai,

      the Yank ‘allies’,

      Qantas,

      this Scot,

      every fucker and his dog hates english c unts

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    • 73
      Down With Brown! says:

      It is a shame when you type Hunt on this blog it doesn’t print Skinner. Bad Den has wrong about everything over the last thirty years.

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    • 75
      Dennis Skinner says:

      what do you mean – ugly?

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  2. 3
    Must get a pseudonym one day says:

    But Robin Day knew exactly what he was saying.

    And he was right.

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  3. 4
    Gordon Brown says:

    Today I will be a frying pan.

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  4. 5
    Anonymous says:

    Beware the Skinner adulation. Round these parts we know full well what that family have done between them.

    Day’s description is very apt…….

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  5. 8
    Amongomous says:

    Fucking brilliant!

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  6. 10
    m m m m m m mr speaker says:

    Skinner is a hypocrite

    Only in politics could such a feminine man gain such a “reputation”

    If he worked in a proper factory and spoke to people like he does, he would get a daily lamping

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  7. 12
    +++BREAKING NEWS+++ says:

    Ed Milliband to be replaced as leader of the Labour party by Bungle from Rainbow.

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  8. 17
    Товарищ Skinner says:

    The back of my hair is super slick in this vintage video. Thinking back, Robin Day was absolutely on the money.

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  9. 18
    UK UCUNT says:

    Look at all our clever comments on this Guardian thread – we hate tax avoiders except the Guardian and Labour leaders called Miliband, la la la we can’t hear you… >> http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2010/dec/04/uk-uncut-protest-topshop-vodafone

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    • 22
      Anonymous says:

      Yes, the hypocrisy of the Guardian to run this story, and the stupidity of the readers/commenters to not make the connection is quite astonishing.

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    • 40
      The Guardian says:

      Comments in chronological order

      Post a comment G=staff
      C=Hunt

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  10. 20
    Sir William Waad says:

    What a shame that such a necessary and sweet part of the human anatomy should be confused with unpleasant persons such as the above.

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  11. 21
    Polly Tuscany says:

    Hi proles. I’ve found a final solution to the cold weather. I’m off to my villa for christmas. Bye proles.

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    • 37
      Smig says:

      Bye Polly! Don’t forget to crack your head open as you slip on the ice outside terminal four.

      Merry Saturnalia!

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      • 62
        Today was presented by the usual Skinners says:

        A sentiment I agree with entirely, thanks for your input. Technically it should be “Io, Saturnalia!”

        I feel I should point out that I’m a complete ███████ Hoon who was paid to go to University by everybody. Thanks everybody, theverybody.

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  12. 23
    Beyond the crash says:

    Gordon predicts a decade of famine because he is no longer fashionable and no one will do what he says.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2010/dec/06/gordon-brown-decade-decline-west

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    I once allowed my tongue to slip near a c u n t

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  15. 28
    David Cameron says:

    The construction of outbuildings is going to be key to the economic recovery in the UK.

    Every major corporation is looking to shed jobs to survive.

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    • 39
      Mr Plum says:

      You keep hearing traffic reports of shed loads on the motorways, you would think they would store them somewhere more sensible.

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  16. 29
    streamfisher says:

    There you have it Robin Day was the first person to use the C word on the BBC, but there were mitigating circumstances.

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  17. 41
    He's the cunt of Bolsover says:

    Didn’t Skinner get caught shagging a mistress in a 5 star hotel? Real authentic socialist.

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  18. 42
    Ken Doddery says:

    The clip reminds me of lesbian sex – a couple of c’unts bouncing off each other

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  19. 45
    Gonk says:

    Regimental Sergeant Major addressing a squaddy
    entering St. Pauls Cathedral for Church parade.
    ‘ Hats off in the ouse of the Lord, cun’t ‘

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  20. 54
    Cunt Dracula says:

    Good crack on this blog!

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  21. 57
    Gary Elsby says:

    Brilliant!

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  22. 61
    Skint Civil Servant says:

    “Ed Milliband to be replaced as leader of the Labour party by Bungle from Rainbow”.

    ———————————————————————————————-

    Will anyone notice?

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    • 64
      Mike Hunt says:

      No, not even Bungle!

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    • 65
      Anonymous says:

      I bet it wouldn’t take Bungle 2 years to form alternative policies.

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    • 68
      Rainbow coalition of the Left says:

      Geoffrey: Hello Ed, what’s that piece of paper you’ve got for?

      Ed: Hello Geoffrey, I was going to write some words on it but I haven’t yet, so its a blank piece of paper.

      Geoffrey: Very good Ed, yes its called a blank piece of paper [Hold paper so viewer can see that it is blank]

      Zippy: Hahahaha Ed! Ohhh Ed!!!! I thought you were going to write ‘Socialism’ in blood at the top of the piece of paper Hahahaha!! Haven’t you done that yet you fucking wanker?? Hahahaha Geoffrey, remind Ed about what he was going to write on the piece of paper!! Hahahaha

      Bungle: Ooooh Zippy!! Don’t be so nasty about Ed!!! Its not his fault he has a funny face and a slobbery mouth and he forgot to write on his piece of paper!! Geoffrey, tell Zippy not to be naughty!!

      George: Yes Geoffrey..

      Geoffrey: [Interrupting] Oh FFS!!

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    Voice of Treason says:

    Brilliant. Oh for the days when presenters were as good as Robin Day, Brian Redhead etc. What we have now is the snooty voiced and fooking useless Sara Montague and the limp-wristed, cringe worthy Evan Davis. Apart from a couple of obvious exceptions BBC presenters are now just a bunch of lack lustre career coonts without an incisive bone in their bodies.

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  24. 70
    Kered Ybretsae says:

    A trip down Memory Lane. Let us have more.

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  25. 72
    Down With Brown! says:

    Thirty years on and Denis Skinner remains a parliamentary c*nt.

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  26. 74
    My stomach's heaving says:

    The Beast would eat you all for breakfast you sad wankers. And then sick you up because of your rotten taste. Peurile.

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  27. 78
    QWERTY says:

    Hunt used to be the worst insult, now ‘beeboid’ is. A Hunt has a use a beeboid does not.

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  28. 79
    I love Michael Howard style glasses and love posh men with floppy hair says:

    I miss Ed Stourton, and Hughie Grant.

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  29. 81
    mi- mi- mi- mi- mister sp- mister sp- mister speaker says:

    “C**nting” -what word is that, Chanting?

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Can anyone help me? I went on holiday a week ago and returned to find someone has pulled out the stake and Gordon Brown is back and acting as Prime Minister. What did I miss? Has there been a snap election?


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