December 20th, 2010

Monday Morning Cartoon


  1. 1
    A cartoon expert says:



  2. 2
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Too many words :)

    Meanwhile Red Ed union masters are threating the taxpayers


    • 5
      Backwoodsman says:

      & the beeboids are loving it – talking up the comrades for all they’re worth. Just think, some deluded fools still pay for labour party radio.


    • 6
      Pre-emptive Beer, Sandwiches and Chrissie Pressies (but No Fags) at Number 10 says:

      Dave’s invited leaders of the biggest unions in the country plus the TUC to Downing Street today.


    • 49
      Another futile gesture from the left says:

      At the end of all the strikes the country will stiill have Brown’s mess to deal with; there still will be massive job cuts;massive public spending cuts and the UK economy will be even more fucked that it already is


      • 82
        Fubar Saunders says:

        Dozy cnuts dont fucking realise that though, do they?


        • 117
          Is Gordon bonkers? says:

          Someone should do a research paper about why socialists are so fucking thick, but most of the social researchers are marxoid thickos anyway so what would be the point?


    • 67
      Up sh1t creek says:

      Barrosso and the rest of the EUSSR Commies don’t like the light being shone on them by the Wikileaks organisation. Better not answer the MEP’s question….


    • 98
      Anonymous says:

      Don’t worry about strikes,the Goverment can always use the Army as makeshift ‘five-a-day racial diversity control officers’.


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      Popular misconceptions for every occassion says:

      Further to this there is no actual mention of “three” kings or magi as they are known in the text.Their number is unknown and the “three” appears to have come from the number of gifts which they brought.

      They did not visit the stable as again the text states that they visited the child some time after his birth, a time period of anything up to two years may have elapsed since herod decreed all children under 2 years should be killed on learning of the infants birth.


  3. 3
    Nick Clegg says:



  4. 4
    Gordon Brown (Moderator) says:

    Tough luck Nick

    We are recovering from an outage on the streaming API. Our engineers are working on the situation and expect things to be back to normal shortly.


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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Forgive my thickness but who is Anthony Howard ? Was he the biographer and historien who was on the news/politics programes a lot ?


  6. 8
    Archbishop says:

    Bad Taste


    • 14
      Snow joke says:

      Your holiness, you should bear in mind however that Guido more than likely sees him as ‘stiff’ competition and bitterly resents his hundreds of thousands of leaks. Guido allegedly gets to know about doses of clap at the HoP so that’s OK.

      Bless you!


  7. 9
    Mr Plum says:

    Whats Beckett doing in there


  8. 11
    nell says:

    herod is presumably omaha.

    The bullying yanks are such idiots. They don’t seem to realise that they’re the ones who turned this story into a mega story that’s going to run and run because of all the hysterical fuss they are making over it.


    • 19
      yawn yawn shoehorn says:

      Doh, the Yanks are the ones who are in the cables! I don’t think they had much of a choice whether the media turned this story into a mega story or not.

      Your anti-American sentiment shines through, well done! You could have shortened your post somewhat and the feeling would be just as clear.


      • 33
        BBC are cunts says:

        Your pro-America-no-matter- what feeling stinks just as bad.

        they are complete and utter Hunts sometimes…best swept under the carpet though, eh?


      • 58
        You're obviously in a minority of one here says:

        You’ve obviously fail to appreciate that since “Barry” became Pres that the public’s anti-American sentiment in the UK has been growing helped by his administrations obviously hostile attitude to the UK and his scapegoating of BP to save his own arse and deflect criticism from the US Companies involved and the leaked cables showing the USA true feelings towards the UK.

        They can fight their next war without us next time


      • 88
        Sir William Waad says:

        The problem arose because the Americans chose to publicise confidential diplomatic briefings on a database to which 3 million people has access. This was a very foolish thing to do and a betrayal of their own diplomats.


    • 30
      Cynic says:

      Dont be silly. They are diverting attention from a system that let a mad young man access to not only read but copy their most secret of databases. Who on earth set up this system and designed its security? Who allowed copying of ANY data onto CDs.

      The Chief of Staff and Secretary of State fro Defense should be fired

      The real story is what a shambles US security really is


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    Hugh Janus says:

    Strangely I don’t recall the bible mentioning the presence of an anteater in the stable, but perhaps R&M know something we don’t.


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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Do i smell another terrorist bill coming through the house soon ? With increased powers to the state . If so , It will prove that Dave is a socialist .

    Didnt Marx say ” Never let a crisis go to waste” or words to that effect ?


    • 20
      Hugh Janus says:

      And now there are those seeking a ban on adult sites. Now they are looking for even tougher gun laws, under the guise of ‘a little tidying up’ of the existing laws. In May we kicked out one of the most illiberal governments this country has ever seen – and promptly replaced it with another.

      Got a problem? Just ban it. Next!


    • 62
      Nick2 says:

      Another impending public holiday, another set of ‘pre-emptive’ terrorist arrests.

      What are the odds that after a decent interval (and on a day with other, major news to distract) that all of the suspects will be released without charge, except for the inevitable face-saving ‘immigration offences’?

      IMO it’s political theatre, the worst kind of ‘being seen to do something’ that I associated with NuLab. Unfortunately the same attitude appears to persist under Theresa May too…


    • 187
      Airey Belvoir says:

      I bet you that the twelve arrested will shortly all be released without charge, and as quietly as the authorities can manage.


  11. 22

    Another shite carto/ drawing
    at least i didn’t see skid@marks moniker on this one so things might be looking up

    What is the relivance of it ?
    is there a connection i’ve missed ?
    Or is it just the fact that arse-flange and manger have a couple of similar letters ?


  12. 26
    Woolas says:

    Certainly not.


  13. 44
    Doc Trough says:

    Vaizey has not been right since his looong lunch with the Emminotaur. It is my belief that it was blob week.


  14. 46
    The Ape Man Commeth says:

    So far it’s just hot air but it’s the threat of what wiki leaks might release in the future that realy worries them.

    Now, about those bodies.


  15. 47
    Gordon Brown says:

    Today i will be a snow plough.


  16. 48
    Anonymous says:

    Baby Heseltine?.


  17. 51
    Tom Baldwin says:

    Check this video out — Calamity Clegg blocks Obama’s way…


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    All MP's are Perv's says:

    Have i missed the whole point/joke in this drawing ?


  19. 54
    hat4uk says:

    Cartoon of the year, chum, not the day. Absolutely on the money.

    Now read some exclusive interviews with the less mortals supposed to be running the Septic Isle….


  20. 55
    Piers Corbyn: Prepare for new Ice Age says:

    Piers Corbyn. You have all heard of him. The maverick weather forecaster who actually manages to get some weather forecasts right occasionally (has anyone been reading the BBC/Met Office crap recently?).

    Well here is what he says about global warming: “Whatever may have seemed plausible 10 years ago Global Warming is over and there is no evidence that CO2 ever was, is or will be a driver of world temperatures or Climate Change – indeed evidence is the relationship is more the other way around:-”

    And unfortunately for all of us, here is Piers Corbyn’s 100 year forecast:

    Enjoy, and wrap up warm!

    Piers Corbyn online:


    • 75
      Where's my hot water bottle? says:

      December 2010 will be “probably the coldest December for 100 years”


      • 76
        Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

        So much for fucking global warming !!!!


        • 90
          Ratsniffer says:

          The Beeb have already got that one covered…on a radio phone in the other day they were trying to suggest that global warming had somehow shifted the flow of the gulfstream away from our shores….leading to arctic conditions…


        • 91
          Sir William Waad says:

          It’s faith-based. It doesn’t need evidence. What’s more, it’s exceptionally mild in parts of Greenland, and:

          High temperatures = climate

          Low temperatures = weather


    • 130
      Another Engineer says:

      Piers Corbyn likes to feed the press sensationalist stories and then claims they were “verified” afterwards. Generally his forecasts are nonsense, and when they’re not, they are suspiciously close to the long range weather models that he so derides.

      What is worse is that people remember the Express stories (for that is where you will find his pronouncements) but then blame the Met Office when it turns out to be bunk.

      If you are looking for science, you are looking in the wrong place.

      Most weather forecasters don’t have an agenda, they’re too busy trying to predict whether you’ll get snow tomorrow. Mostly successfully.


      • 136
        Frosty says:

        Er, the BBC/Met Office haven’t ONCE managed to accurately predict snow for my area (Devon) over the past few weeks.

        If we are lucky the BBC updates its website predicting snow about an hour before it falls, otherwise it has been predicting rain or sunshine all the way.

        The best weather forecasts we have seen recently have been, but even they have underestimated the amount of snow and depth of temperatures we have experienced.


      • 159
        Major Eyeswater says:

        If you’re looking for the science try this….

        Prof. Richard Lindzen’s recent testimony to the US Congress. Take 15 minutes to acquaint yourselves with this man’s point of view:

        Then read the latest from the Huhnatic:

        Try not to get too angry… After reading this I found it helpful to just breathe deeply and slowly for a bit.


        • 182
          Bamber Cote de Gascogne says:

          as a geologist I make my living out of climate change, it is as old as the Earth. indeed if we did not have it we would not be contributing and reading order-order. consider a cliff section: one stratum is limestone, above it is an abrupt sandstone interface layer, then siltstone and shale. each with its own unique climatic and environmental paleo-conditions. we have always had, and always will have climate change. the anthropogenic arguement is not proven. the catastrophy is the economic consequence of turning to low-carbon living.
          however the scary ‘man made global warming due to CO2 emission’ arguement is great for the nuclear lobby.. ..


  21. 59
    Nick2 says:

    Well done! The funniest Monday cartoon in ages!


  22. 63
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    And do the fucking lefties relise that spending will be higher in 4 years ? so much for savage cuts !!!!


  23. 66
    Boris on a bike says:

    Erm… am I first?


  24. 68
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Is it Hauge with hair ?


  25. 71
    Gordon Brown says:

    Today I will be prime minister.


  26. 74
    GORDON tiggywinkle McPOTTY says:

    Today i will have Clingons


  27. 78
    Anonymus says:

    Mother Mary looking a bit more like she’s from a country a bit further east.

    One we’re not allowed to talk about.


  28. 84
    Eddie Milibland says:

    Comrades! We are a government in waiting! Isn’t that right, Mr McLuskey, sir? Sorry, I forgot that I should only speak when spoken to. Apologies, Master.


  29. 85
    Sir William Waad says:

    The Powers That Be have certainly been very successful in turning the media against Mr Assange.


    • 106
      Lil Olmey says:

      Which demonstrates yet again that the MSM are not to be trusted.
      The wonder is that anyone still pays them good money to be lied to.


    • 160
      Major Eyeswater says:

      Sir William, the man is an egomaniac narcissist, more than capable of turning our fickle media all by himself. I have to say I enjoyed reading the leaked details of his case. Hoist by his own petard, the cad!


      • 191
        Anonymous says:

        All other considerations aside Assange looks and comes across as a posh spoiled little Wanker whom you would not tire of slapping does he not. Come on admit it you know he does.


        • 205
          St Vincent de Paul says:

          You are spot on. What’s more, his name is actually Julian! And his surname rhymes with ‘flange’ – how bad can it get?

          His manner and appearance are themselves enough to justify the US attitude.


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    Ratsniffer says:

    I don’t have passionate feelings one way or another about the Arseflanger case. But I do know one thing: he’s a creepy looking fucker. He looks like some sort of cloned ‘droid from Bladerunner.


  31. 87
    Kered Ybretsae says:

    Meanwhile back in the manger. Mary changed baby Julian because his WikiLeaked!
    Perhaps we’ll have more WikiLeakLeaks!


  32. 92
    The Beast of waitrose says:

    These cartoons should be a lesson to all of those who post here
    Just why do we do it?
    Iain Dale has had the good sense to say
    Fuck it!
    Youporn or redtube make far better viewing as does bargain hunt or cash in the attic


  33. 93
    curious says:

    Are Rich&Mark too embarrassed to put their names on this stuff now?


  34. 95
    Mr Plum says:

    The cold seems to have buggered things up again


  35. 96
    Gordon Broon troosers says:

    I predict a long an balmy winter for the whole of Britain
    All thanks to New Labour


    • 125
      Eeu to me says:

      Fortnightly bins not emptied due to bad weather a 100 miles away,tv entertainment from the BBC this year is showing jam packed airports with 1000s stuck due to elf&safety, we have the start of the balmy winter.


      • 146
        Anonymous says:

        Woman on Toady saying her family had to sleep next to a Heathrow fire escape.

        “Who knows what would have happened if there’d been a fire?” She said, without irony.

        Probably a southerner.


  36. 99
    Chris Huhne says:

    Britain’s airports have been badly hit by snow and ice, meaning hundreds of flights have been grounded

    Why has no one ever thought of making Indoor Airports ?


  37. 101
    Beaming Scrender says:

    So the cartoon’s thesis is: if you have knowledge other people don’t and/or you will not acquiesce in what you know to be untruths, you should be killed.



    • 109
      Eeu to me says:

      I took a look at the cartoon and thought it’s the monday before christmas and it’s -10c better get out to Tesco and get enough cheap booze to last me until the weather warms up,strange how Guido’s cartoons give people different idea’s.


  38. 102
    Gordon Brown says:

    Today I will be Santa’s sack.


  39. 105
    Eeu to me says:

    If the BBC stopped feckin,flying around and driving around to find the worst weather since the ice age then maybe the scam C02 global warming would be lower


  40. 111
    The Diary of the wife of a full time MP says:


  41. 113
    ConDemTrollsThrowingAHissyFit says:

    Boo Hoo the Beeb won’t put any good ConDem stories on the news, perhaps it’s because they can’t find any.


  42. 120
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    O/T From seen elsewhere

    I thought coke was amiddle class drug ?


  43. 127
    Just what is the point? says:

    Can someone please explain to me why we have to spend tens of billions of pounds and trash the coutryside so that we can get from the center of Birmingham to the center of London 30 minutes faster?

    Why should the whole nation be taxed to the eyeballs so that a few Brummies who haven’t got a car can get to the smoke for a day out just a bit more quickly?

    Given that no fooker lives in the center of Brum anyway, who is it supposed to benefit?


    • 134
      Mr Plum says:

      I think it might be another eu directive, so that out lefty masters can cross their empire in comfort


      • 148
        Eeu to me says:

        It’s to enable the EU to get it’s armies to trouble spots quicker and survey it’s conquered territories,like some guy Claudius did in ad43 and a viking froggy in ad1066


    • 142
      Anonymous says:

      Perhaps the people who live around Birmingham could be told about New Street? And start using it to get around the country?

      We could call it ‘commuting’ ?


      • 172
        It's not even snownin' in Brum yet either says:

        Not at the moment you wont…loads of trains cancelled and many many delayed


    • 162
      Major Eyeswater says:

      £33 billion. Nice. What a bargain.

      Or you could buy say 1,000 Bell 407 helicopters (£3bn?), top speed 260kph, 6 passengers each, keep the chiltern line running and have home helicopter pickups for anyone wanting a really quick run to Brum…. lovely. I love choppers me.


    • 164
      Socialism Ate My Future says:

      EU nuff said.


    • 185
      Hugh Janus says:

      “Can someone please explain to me why we have to spend tens of billions of pounds and trash the coutryside so that we can get from the center of Birmingham to the center of London 30 minutes faster?”

      Why can’t they just get up 30 minutes earlier, instead of expecting others to concrete over yet more of the countryside for eternity?


  44. 133
    Gordon Brown says:

    This afternoon i will be a Nokia.


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    • 147
      Yasminger Alibliar Brownshitzer says:

      Billy does on here what Iain Dale does on the newspaper round up on Sky and BBC.


      • 151
        Eeu to me says:

        Billy must be a newspaper seller or maybe he works as a binman or maybe his life is so boring he trawls the MSM sites or maybe he’s a collector of msm url’s or maybe he thinks after 13 years of left wing teaching he needs to get people back into reading again or maybe he’s stuck at an airport and has been told to wait even though his plane has been cancelled not due to the weather but elf and safety.


        • 152
          Yasminger Alibliar Brownshitzer says:

          I think Billy is just trying to be helpful. He seems just like a normal guy who keeps himself to himself, but they say that about most serial killers don’t they?


  47. 145
    Charlie Croker says:

    That fat c u n t of a solicitor of his looks just like Susan fucking Boyle.


  48. 149
    13eastie says:

    Lаbоur’ѕ Вlоаtеd Ѕtаtе Juѕt Kеерѕ Gеttіng Fаttеr аnd Ѕсаrіеr Undеr СоnDеmѕ

    Yеѕtеrdаy, Ed Vaizey announced that he would be getting ISP’s together to force them to censor legal content ― threatening that the Government would bring in new laws if they did not comply:

    “I’m hoping they will get their acts together so we don’t have to legislate, but we are keeping an eye on the situation and we will have a new communications bill in the next couple of years.”

    Who is driving this, though?

    Today listeners may have been wondering who the fucking loon on the radio was this morning who claimed that:

    “We’ve got an awful lot of academics, first of all, who can say what’s healthy and what isn’t healthy…”

    Her name is Miranda Suit.

    Any doubt over whether the proposals for State censorship that she shares with the Tory Party (under the guise of protecting children) are the thin end of a batty, fundamentalist, fascist, zealous wedge are rapidly eased with a glance at her biography on the Christian Peoples [sic] Alliance website:

    “…pornography must be outlawed so that it cannot undermine marriage and the dignity of women and encourage sex crime. All schools should teach Christian values.”

    Miranda works as Director of the Soup Kitchen at the American Church in London. She has 4 children who are half Ugandan…

    So the Tories are now taking their policy lead from the American Church in London


    • 156
      streamfisher says:

      The soup dragon named after a range of sofas.


    • 176
      Sir William Waad says:

      Problem is, we have freedom of speech (sort of) but no idea what to do with it. You can’t use the word ‘breeding’, say, in public but images of the vilest abuse of women can be trafficked. I have no idea what the answer to this is, short of everybody starting to be sensible for a change.


    • 190
      Crikey says:

      Is this the party of small government and individuality? Noisy minorities always seem to carry the day? Of course the government will be happy to use this pretext to control the web, even a “small government” party. How long before the same people will be having a pop at China about censorship?


    • 194
      Unsworth says:

      Half Ugandan? Top or bottom? Who is this fucking stupid bint to tell me whether I can or cannot download porn? WTF does she know about anything at all?

      Academics, eh?


  49. 154
    streamfisher says:

    The immaculate conception was all down to a faulty prophylactic?.


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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Red Ed thread :


  51. 171
    Gordon says:

    I’m going to win the X Factor final


  52. 174
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Reshuffle thread :


  53. 175
    thick as thieves says:

    The Depressing Moment when you drop your Cocaine in the snow.


    • 177
      Sir William Waad says:

      I wish they would give the highways, rail and airport people some cocaine, so that they could get the feeling that they could achieve something.


      • 180
        streamfisher says:

        Isembard Kingdom Brunel didn’t fuck about with platitudes and excuses he just went out and did it, and the irony is we had a lot better and faster and more efficient railway system under steam 150 years ago than we have got now.


        • 196
          C.Eng says:

          Only a fool could write this and spell Isambard’s name wrongly as well.


          • streamfisher says:

            It took you over 4 hours to come up with a single spelling mistake, no wonders the country’s fucked. Civil engineer!. laugh.


        • 197
          gildedtumbril says:

          I am rather fond of steam. I let it off quite frequently. Brunel was a genius. We need a few thousand like him right now. Steam cars that burn old wellies and trainers and government bumph about 5 a day which ( out of 10 pensioners cannot afford, would be nice…
          Oh for an outbreak of commonsense.
          I would rather die of flying pig flu than have the flu jab.


  54. 198
    gildedtumbril says:

    Sorry, 9 out of 10…


  55. 201
    annnnonyperson says:

    That cartoon was funny, but it made Astrange look human, which, in real life, he doesn’t.


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