March 21st, 2011

Order of the OTT for Bob Crow

Trade union fat cat Bob “lets tax email” Crow has  been at the type-writer again. An RMT press release said today:

“Government plans to slash already inadequate health and safety inspections will give the green light to employers to cut corners and cause more workplace deaths and injuries…When ConDem ministers talk about easing regulation what they mean is removing it, and when it comes to health and safety that is a charter for death and injury.”

The nonsensical hyperbole peaks with:

“The message that the government is sending with these cuts is that nothing, even the lives and health of working people, should stand in the way of profit, and these plans are part of the government’s general attack on working people.”

Everyone got the memo? The ConDems are killers.


  1. 1
    Jeremy Hunt says:

    “The ConDems are killers.”

    As they should be. “Decrease the surplus population” etc.

    • 3
      JamesW says:

      Hopefully they’ll start off with Crow.

      • 13
        A modest proposal says:

        Anyone with a BMI greater than 25 should be taken out and shot.

      • 18
        Mike Litorus says:

        Isn’t whaling banned round these parts?

        • 32
          Adolf Balls says:

          Well I think he should be sent off the coast of Japan, where eager whalers await such prey as the Crow species, which could perhaps provide enough whalemeat to serve a small town for a considerable span in these troubled times.
          Of course the stench when this carcass when opened would be f@cking staggering.

      • 39
        Ampers says:

        Bob Crow is a useless fat slug and should be taken to the vets to be humanely put to sleep.

        He is as useless as a fart in a thunderstorm

        • 77
          Eds Balls says:

          Rubbish – he is useful – he pays the labour party loads dosh and got millie in as toss leader – all unions should increase their payments to the caring party, labour, never mind wars pension and economy, we care about us and our voters – crow’s the man for ever, provided he funds us

      • 76

        The late Chris Tame warned about the Safety-Nazis 30 years ago, via the Libertarian Alliance, but nobody listened.

        • 89
          Engineer says:

          Have a look at old footage of construction sites and steelworks of thirty years ago. Working conditions were barely better than Victorian.

          Not all H&S regs. are unnecessary, by a long chalk.

          • Libertarian says:

            stop being sensible Engineer, the Libertarian Alliance are never wrong, and private companies can always be relied upon to have the best interests of their wallets at heart I mean employees

            All H & S regulations are wrong, and anyone who thinks they are good is a nazi.

            Perfectly reasonable libertarian thought, we can all agree.

          • jgm2 says:

            You’re not kidding. My dad was a brickie. We used to spend the entire summer holidays rampaging around the building sites of the Midlands. When we weren’t labouring for our dad. Or when we weren’t in Ir*land flogging ponies over make-shift fences made of bales using a bridle made of baling twine and fuck all for a saddle.

            Made a fucking fortune (seemed like it) returning all the fizzy pop b*t*les and buying Airfix with the profits. My brother who must have been seven (literally) used to operate the JCB on Sundays and get an official pay-packet for it.

            Fucking great.

          • jgm2 says:

            There are manholes built and pointed by me all over Redditch and Brownhills. I must have been nearly ten when I did them.

          • Archie says:

            Engineer. Bollocks you stupid cu*nt! I was in the building trade all my life and the accident stats went off the graph when the Elf’n’Safety twats got their grubby claws on our previously carefree biz, instilling a false sense of security, so blokes think they’re bullet-proof in their fucking stupid luminous vests and plastic hats. So fuck you!

      • 173
        Bob's the boyo says:

        Watch out – I’ll get my wheelchair brigade out on the streets – and we will SHOUT.

        • 194
          Libertarian says:

          as a libertarian, I want wheelchairs and shouting banned with laws

          Have I got this right?

    • 143
      Socialism Ate My Future says:

      that would be the UN 60-80% reduction in world population they were looking at.

      Still with current events in the middle east then we can started………

    • 170
      Lord Carrington's Binoculars says:

      As far as Bob Crow is concerned, there’s no such thing as society…

      Just his members, their pay and their conditions.

      • 182

        Ah, this would be the slag who in the early stages of 7/7 was on a line to breakfast TV ranting about the employers being to blame for “electrical explosions” due to skimping on safety…they shut him up in the end.

        I’ve hated the bastard ever since.

      • 183
        Pickled Wizard says:

        And his big fat salary and house

        • 220
          The Sheikh Of Arabeeee says:

          Fuck off Crow. You fucking disgust me you fucking piece of Socialist fucking filth.

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

    Is anyone suprised?

  3. 4
    ReddyEddy says:

    The UN should order a humanitarian intervention against the ConDems

  4. 5
    A Fine Pair of Lungs says:

    Shuuut it! You slag!

  5. 6
    PMCP says:

    If people taxed Bob Crow 1p every time he wrote something stupid, we’d wipe out the deficit overnight.

    • 184
      Pickled Wizard says:

      I think crow’s re-emergence has something to do with the supermoon

      (Perhaps, crow is the superhoon)

  6. 7
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    I wish someone would find a final solution for Bob Crow and his like.

  7. 8
    Crikey says:

    Yes, lets go back to the seventies Bob, all those caring public service workers eh.

  8. 9
    Postlethwaite says:

    Cant really argue with that.
    Well except the bit about yet more taxation.

  9. 10
    Hugh Janus says:

    What an utter pillock. This ignorant and puffed-up prat must be a complete laughing stock, even amongst his own lot.

  10. 11
    Polly Toynbee, John Simpson, Alan Bennett, Oona King says:

    This site wants a final solution for Bob Crow that’s like waterboarding and child abuse and makes it look like it’s run by the K K K.

  11. 12

    The man has always been an idiot. The fact that he’s so ugly is neither here nor there. But he IS an idiot.

  12. 14

    “hyberpole” = a sleepy Eastern Bloc countryman.

    “hyperbole” = “Guido looks like a tethered Zeppelin on TV”. Then and again that might not be a good example.

  13. 15
    Smig says:

    Dear Sideshow Bob, why do you have live in a subsidised, Housing Association property when you earn 100k per annum from the subs of RMT members?

  14. 19
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    This “Man” Makes a powerful case for Eugenics!

  15. 23
    Kevin T says:

    The most disturbing thing about Bob Crow is he says he takes the tube to work every morning and yet no one has ever punched him in the face. That’s a hard knock to my faith in human nature.

    • 31
      Hugh Janus says:


      “Six weeks earlier on 1 January 2002 Crow was attacked outside his home by two men wielding an iron bar. He speculated that he was the victim of hired employer muscle.”

      Can’t we get anything right in this country any more??

      • 56
        Billy Bollockchops says:

        If I remember correctly Eric Sykes and the ghost of Tommy Cooper were questioned in connection with this due to a previous incident where the two men caused violent mayhem struggling to co-ordinate themselves in order to control a large piece of building material.

      • 59
        Kevin T says:

        Bloody cowboys. You just can’t get decent hired thugs anymore.

      • 72
        Cynical-old-bag says:

        You should have hired a translator.

      • 135
        Sir William Waad says:

        Two mean wielding an iron bar would naturally be clumsy. They should either have had an iron bar each or, if bad planning caused them to suffered from an insufficiency of iron bars, one of them should have stood aside to let the other one wield it. There’s more to this iron-bar-wielding mullarkey than meets the eye.

    • 206
      Tikit Inspecta says:

      Does the Crow pay his fares – or is this yet another freebie from the trough?

  16. 25
    Rat's arse says:

    Isn’t he the b@stard who was pictured in the daily papers picking his nose? His surname certainly suits him.

    On another point [sorry, but I need to get it off my chest before I explode!] that little sh@t Mr Squeaker has spent the last hour shutting up the Tories and allowing the Lieber to prattle on to their hearts content.
    Guido………… please think of something that can be done to get rid of this little tw@t.

    • 186
      Pickled Wizard says:

      Little iron bars!

      • 187
        Pickled Wizard says:

        (mind you, looking at the way the squeaker minces around westminster, I expect he has experience of visiting a few ‘iron’ bars already)

  17. 27
    Moley says:

    I understand that the Government is going to remove the requirement for small businesses to do a safety audit while Tracey opens the envelopes to avoid the possibility of paper cuts, whilst leaving very much in place the safety requirements for cranes, trains and boilers, etc.

    If the Union Chiefs weren’t such a bunch of thickos, intent on fly fishing and eating caviare at the expense of their downtrodden members, they might actually perform a useful function; as it is, they are nothing more than a grotesque exhibit in an Industrial Museum

    • 152
      South of the M4 says:

      Correct. I objected to wasting my time carrying out ‘ Control of Substances hazardous to Health ‘ risk assessments on water and tipex, along with ‘ Manual Handling ‘ assessments for opening a filing cabinet drawer. Good safety management of the important stuff is good management. For the inconsequential stuff its nonsense. Very much like listening to Bob Crow who is merely a tribalist shouty-monger.

      • 188
        Pickled Wizard says:

        I disagree – that tippex can be dangerous stuff – i got it muddled with viagra once and spent the evening with a huge correction

    • 158
      PD77 says:

      Health & Safety = Common Sense! (Something the average Socialist lacks).

  18. 28
    confused says:

    OK Guido tell me what “easing regulation” means if it doesn’t mean allowing employers to cut corners

    • 37
      Tax Payer says:

      Firemen banned from using ladders?

      Kids banned from playing conkers?

      Birthday cakes banned because of the fire risk?

    • 207
      Tikit Inspecta says:

      Policemen not allowed to jump into 2 feet of water to rescue a drowning person in case they get their boots wet.

  19. 29
    Tax Payer says:

    Is he talking about the inspections that mostly disrupt normal life unnecessarily, while missing obvious dangers such as at Potters Bar?

  20. 35
    Loungelizard says:

    Dat’s de man who atea alla da pies! Nothing healthy or safe about our Bob.

    • 71
      Caroline Lucas - Green says:

      That’s ‘cos they’re free range, vegetarian,organic and untouched by human hands or so he assured me last time we lunched!

  21. 36
    Righty Right Wing (Mrs) says:

    Someone should inform Comrade Crow & the BBC that public spending has actually gone up under the ConDem Government.

  22. 40
    Anonymous says:

    Oooohhh I know. Let’s tax gross stupidity.

    Bob Crow should be broke in no time.

  23. 42
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    Clearly if the money spent on the AV referendum went on rail safety, it would save lives. NO TO AV!

  24. 43
    Anonymous says:


    “Libya will not be another Iraq”

    Oh yeah?

    • 50
      Engineer says:

      The most worrying thing about the Libyan situation is military co-operation between the British and the French. History suggests that’ll end in tears.

      “Please can we borrow your aircraft carrier?”


      • 53
        Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

        Nah , the US are involved .

        • 78
          Tessa Tickles says:

          I feel safer already.

          • Righty Right Wing (Mrs) says:


            Those Tornado pilots will be lucky to get back here alive to Marham to be handed their P45s on the runway by Rusty Dave & Piers Fletcher Dervish.

            The only blue on blue action I want to see though is some real Tories in the party taking the Heathite clowns on before they do any more damage.

            Blue Labour out.

          • Tessa Tickles says:


      • 55
        Anonymous says:


        “People say that we’re only stirring up trouble.”

        Well, yeah?

      • 74
        sockpuppet #4 says:

        Well, If I were the french I wouldn’t either.

        I wouldn’t lend a bald man a comb.

        • 81
          Tessa Tickles says:

          Nor would I. He’d probably want to comb his naughty bits with it.

          • sockpuppet #4 says:

            Perhaps the MOD would like to make a pop video on the Charles De Gaulle. Involving the village people. Or worse, cher.

          • Tessa Tickles says:

            The day that Cher released “Do you believe in life after love” was probably the lowest point in the history of western civilisation.

          • Pickled Wizard says:

            Or worse still – cherie blathering on about shagging her twat of a husband.

      • 153
        Sir William Waad says:

        Oh come now…what about the Crimean War? The Battle of the Somme? Northern France in 1940? What could possibly go wrong?

        • 162
          PD77 says:

          The guys on Top Gear have the saying “How hard could it be?” With similar consequences!

          • Archie says:

            You know Cher has a twin? Cher and Cher alike! Geddit??!? (Copyright: M. Jones 2001)

    • 67
      Kevin T says:

      Iraq was a horrifically managed clusterfuck (courtesy Messrs Bush and Blair). However had we gone in to stop Saddam butchering the Kurds many years earlier, we wouldn’t have been wrong to do so. The two problems with Iraq were lack of a justified reason and lack of post-invasion strategy. We certainly have the former in Libya and (fingers crossed) no invasion will be involved.

      • 79
        Engineer says:

        That still leaves the question of what happens post-Gadaffi, if he capitulates. What guarantee is there that they’ll all settle down happily to a nice election? What happens if an even nastier tyrant sees the power vacuum and makes a grab? Mugabe mark 2? Then what do we do?

      • 91
        sockpuppet #4 says:

        I’ve forgotten the history of the kurdish no-fly zone, didn’t that “work” for a few years without much hassle?

        “justified reason” – if Iraq really did have a few functional chemical weapons for battlefield use or an anthrax lab, the post-war mess would have been just as bad. its not as if they would have said “oh thats fine, americans are great”.

    • 99
      AC1 says:

      Nope, Iraq had a strategy (engage AlQ with Military over there rather than police over here), had a plan (occupy establish democracy, watch AlQ destroy thier credibility by attacking Democratic Arabs) and was a success (AlQ in Iraq destroyed).

      There’s no such possibility in Libya (we’re bombing people who are largely fighting Islamists).

  25. 44
    Engineer says:

    The Health and Safety regulations are very clear on many points, one being that safety in the workplace is EVERYBODY’S responsibility. It’s mostly a matter of common sense, and most good employers take some care over it because the consequences of an accident can be far more costly and time-consuming than the safety precautions. However, the requirement for masses of paperwork to show that a blacksmith doesn’t store flammable material near his forge is not really necessary – he’ll take care of that anyway because he doesn’t want to burn his shed down.

    Any changes probably won’t affect Crow’s members. The rail companies are not, in general, small businesses. He might be better employed seeing that the rail companies are complying with the existing regulations.

    • 137
      smoggie says:

      In my experience: everybody’s responsibiity…. except the HSE “professionals” who are there to advise not instruct. So if something goes wrong they will find someone else to blame.

  26. 45
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Just listening to the debate in the house on lybia, Dave is coming across quite well.

    • 51
      Anonymous says:

      Is a lot easier when you have proper legal authority and UN backing.

      And he isn’t saying “just trust me, yeah?” all the time.

    • 54
      editor says:

      what has he done to his hair?

      rubbed it with boot polish?

    • 75
      Hugh Janus says:

      Am I right in thinking that the H of C vote is taking place only after hostilities have commenced? Cart and horse if so??

  27. 47
    QWERTY says:

    Crow is talking shit, cowboy employers ignore ALL health & safety, they don’t give a shit about the law, the good employers are simply buried under a mountain of pointless crap.

  28. 48
    Anonymous says:

    Oooooohh. I know. Let’s have a tax on gross stupidity.

    I can think of several people who’d be broke in no time.

  29. 49
    Twinscrew says:

    I worry more for the people who put him where he is, and pay for his lifestyle, they are tarred with the same brush.

  30. 52
    FuckTheProles says:

    Crow is the drooling c\/nt who, after the 2004 rail crash in Reading, appeared on TV to demand, with a completely straight face, that all level crossings be replaced by bridges or tunnels. He clearly takes his ‘elf’n’safety very seriously, which is of course the clearest confirmation possible that he is a dribbling cretin. What’s more, he has a face like a bulldogs backpipe.

    • 222
      Mark Austin says:

      This (replacing level crossings) is actually a very good idea. Whilst on a few, very lightly used, lines it would not make sense, level crossings, due entirely to the stupidity of some (many) motorists are about the most dangerous part of the railway network. They should be replaced: and on the road, not the railway, budget. I would go further: the railways should have the power to close, without notice, any level crossing where the rules/laws are presistently ignored.

  31. 57
    dropped my chips says:

    the RMT are so concerned about health and safety for their own employees there has been no new Health & Safety News on the RMT website since December 2009

  32. 58
    fuckwits says:


    We have been made aware that Network Rail are, or have been introducing the role of health and safety champions. There have been no discussions or agreement with RMT over this role.

    We further believe that the role of health and safety representatives in the workplace is best performed under the union’s organised structure, with accredited health and safety representatives elected by local branches. These representatives are independent of Network Rail’s management structure, and are given legal protection under the Safety Representatives and Safety Committees Regulations when carrying out their functions. Any Safety Champion would not have the same protection”

  33. 60
    hubert says:

    I think Bob Crown would actually love his members to have an accident at work in order to prove a point

    • 86


  34. 61
    voter says:

    Cameron has just said that the future of Libya is for the people of Libya to decide.

    It’s a pity the same isn’t true in this country

  35. 63
    Ranter says:

    Bob Crow could be a very good union leader if he wasn’t such a fat, really stupid, corrupt, Millwall supporting Hunt!

    • 122
      Mike Hunt says:

      Do you mean CUNT?

    • 223
      Mark Austin says:

      Bob Crow is actually a very good union leader. You might not like him (having been caught up in a few action myself, I’m not too keen), but, at his job of furthering the interests of his members he is enormously effective. He was about the only person in the country who, at the time of rail privatisation, spotted that this would increase, rather than decrease union power. What, I think, really winds people up is that he does not utter the ritual “we are all soo sorry to inconvemnience the public” hypocrisies during a strike, but comes out and say that the inconveniences caused are just tough and he doesn’t care.

  36. 64
    Ranter says:

    Of course I meant C*U*N*T!

  37. 65
    Anonymous says:

    Stupid question perhaps, but what would Bob Crow know about ordinary working people? he’s more like a thieving Magpie, got lots of stolen glittery stuff stashed away in his nest.

  38. 66
    Rat's arse says:

    Lisping Ed on his feet!

  39. 87
    The Dirty Rat says:

    Must be time for his ‘sun trip’ to Cuba. I wish the fu**ers would keep him there.

  40. 90
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Well there goes the “do Nothing toires” line.

  41. 92
    BillyBob.....time for Dave to get a grip at home !! says:

    Morbidly pie eating b’stard !!

  42. 94
    arch Stanton says:

    Cant we drop Crowe on to Libya that should solve numerous problems

    Talking of which have the Italians surrendered yet and the French changed sides

  43. 98
    Free Lybia from Gadaffi says:

    When comrade Crowe sends his members out on strike how much of his 6 figure salary does he lose. Do as I say Crowe not as I do.
    There is a commonality to Crowe, Miliband, Balls, Harman, MacShane, Byrne. They are all tossers.

  44. 103
    Tax Payer says:

    Ed Miliband:

    “People say ‘what about the Yemen, Bahrain, Rwanda, and Burma?’”


    • 145
      Sir William Waad says:

      What about the Yemen, Bahrain, Rwanda and Burma?
      What about Herr Spiegelwurst and his sister Irma?
      What about Morocco, Syria or Saudi?
      Silly little Miliband makes the Commons rowdy
      Scores his points, waves his arm, does his little bit
      But nobody in Libya gives a tiny shit

  45. 104
    Abdelbaset al-Megrahi says:

    Anyone fancy a swim?

  46. 106
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Can someone liberate the English Taxpayer?

  47. 109
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Where is Denis Macshane sitting?

  48. 118
    The Labour Party says:

    Typical warmongering Tories up to their usual tricks again! Look at them, even getting a UN resolution! We in Labour have never taken the nation to war! We’re pacifists! No Labour pm has ever joined with imperialist America in military conflicts! We’re a party of honesty and peace!

  49. 119
  50. 121
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Hey , At Last Miliband agrees with Barones Thatcher.

    ” I never hugged him, I bombed him.”

  51. 123
    Anonymous says:

    “When ConDem ministers talk about easing regulation what they mean is removing it”


    “The ConDems are killers”


    It will be wonderful when we get to arrest, torture and kill all you liblabcon cυnts. Die in pain you scum.

    • 130
      Evie Lennon says:

      Season’s greetings to you too anon. May all your teeth fall out but one, and may that have screaming tooth ache!

  52. 125
    Sir Robert Crow says:

    Everyfink iz Fachaz folt!

    Right. I’m off 2 me manshone 2 ate oystaz and drunk champaine wid me mate Polly. She juzt come bak from Tuzcanee.

  53. 126
    Rat's arse says:

    Anyone else bored to tears with Red Eddy’s speech ….. notice he bought his parents into it in his final remarks!

    • 129
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      Rifkind on now, Didnt think Milibands was that bad , It wasnt in the gordon Brown league.

      • 138
        ???? says:

        Agreed but still a few idiots on both sides of House trying to make party political points during interventions which just makes them look like fecking nobheads….even the ageing Beast of Bolsover was actually statemanlike(for him) and didn’t preface his question to “Dave” will usual socialist claptrap regrettably some on Tory benches however could not avoid having a go at Miliband over previous government’s record on Libya….all relevant but not to-day particular when we are and tit for tat on who supplied who and did what doesn’t really get us very far in authorising out response to UN Resolution

        • 141
          Evie Lennon says:

          That may be true ????, but when has the Labour Party ever failed to make political capital out of any situation?

          • Mike Hunt says:

            It’s what they do best. Ok, it’s the only thing they are half decent at, with the BBC reporting it as gospel of course.

  54. 128
    voter says:

    guess what? Woolas not going to be prosecuted

    not in the public interest


    I hate this fucking country

  55. 131
    Eeu to me says:

    Ot Guido, Esther McVey is employing an apprentice in her office, it got me wondering is she employing this apprentice out of her own money or ours and is this apprentice being trained as an MP or just an office wally and who is doing the training.

  56. 132
    ITV1 says:

    This week on Midsomer Murders, Detective Mustafa investigates a hate crime against innocent preacher Abdul bin al-Waheed after evil honkeys complained about a group of peace loving young men led by the holy Mr al-Waheed burning poppies. Detective Mustafa will be assisted in his investigations by his new colleague, Superintendent Jamai Islamiya.

  57. 136
    Blair's speech would've been says:

    “What is important is, is what is important is, is what is important is”.

  58. 146
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    ‘Everyone got the memo? The ConDems are killers.’

    Labour had been cutting back at HSE long before the Tory/LibDem government got in. HSE’s ability to carry out investigations was being curtailed for some time.

    We’ll just have to wait and see if industrial accidents and deaths rise before we can decide whether or not the ConDems are killers.

  59. 150
    Comrade Bob's Rent Boy says:

    I fully thupport Bob and would appwethiate any further thuggesions from hith marvellous organisation to plathe in my manithefto at the appropwiate time.

    • 155
      BOB coCROWch says:

      ‘Ello Ed. ‘Op on me ‘ Tories are homicidal maniacs’ bandwagon.

      Oh, by the way, ‘ere’s some more money from me union members. ‘
      Old on tight there !

      • 160

        Don’t think Crow’s union are contributors. Pretty sure they think that Red Ed’s party are a bunch of liberal bedwetters who are far too right wing.

  60. 154

    Ed Miliband made a half decent speech on Libya.

    But whenever I hear him I am always reminded of Peter’s wise words from Family Guy.


  61. 163
    Desperate Dan says:

    Its all the e-numbers in the canteen. He doesn’t know what he’s saying once he’s finished his catering pack of gobstoppers.

  62. 165
    Voice of Reason says:

    I don’t particularly like Bob Crow but we need people like him to address the balance between the wankers, royalty, filthy rich and the ordinary guys. So well done Bob and continue to fook up the establishment because if you didn’t we’d all be fooked.

  63. 168
    Just say no to Crow says:

    Not even an infinite number of monkeys with an infinite number of typewriters could come up with this shite

    • 171
      Pd77 says:

      All it took was one genetic throwback left over from the Middle to Late Pleistocene Epoch in this case!

      If ever proof was needed that the missing link existed they wont have to look far!

      • 174
        Fabians are Evil says:

        That marxist bastard crow has a face akin to a very ugly bulldog trying to lick piss off of a thistle

  64. 176
    Mystick1 says:

    Fuck-brained cretin. Should be ganged on piano wire with rest of the TUC dinosaurs. His members should see what the Hunt is paid.

    • 195
      Libertarian says:

      lol at least he’s not a banker, then we would be paying him to fuck us over, rather than his members that pay him to represent them.

  65. 191
    MoronsVoteLabour says:

    Bob Crow is a dinosaur whose verbal drivel makes less sense than his purple friend Barney.

  66. 196
    Orwell says:

    loonies, you have all gone way over your 2 minutes of hate today

    • 197
      Fabians are Evil says:

      Rubbish!! I have still not forgiven Gordon Brown for teaching me HOW to hate

  67. 204
    Cameron Is A Cunt says:

    Well if us Conservatives are killers then my first target for death would certainly be Bob Crow.

    • 205
      Voice of Reason says:

      I hope Bob Crow fooks the country up. It isn’t worth living here for ordinary working folk. WE are shafted by wankers, politicians and the filthy rich. Well done BOb I hope you can disrupt this cesspit of a country as much as possible. You are a very brave man.

  68. 211
    Archie says:

    Neeow we see, it’s aw Fatchur’s faw’t!

  69. 219
    John Peel says:

    Does anyone, I mena anyone, actually take any notice of what Bob Crow says? His actions speak louder rhan words and by his own actions hge’s clearly just another self-serving free-loader. Its the suckers that pay for his excesses that ought to be heard.

  70. 221
    Andrew K says:

    Once, after one of his more spectacularly stupid speeches, I e-mailed his union to tell them what a useless tw@ I thought he was.

    To my surprise I received a reply – from someone who had never seen tw@ spelled like that before, and thought it was really funny.

    There was no attempt at a rebuttal.

  71. 224
    Anonymous says:

    Stick to fucking up the railways porky. You are the top man at making a shite service even worse.

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Rod Liddle on the loony UN sexism special rapporteur:

“There is more sexism in Britain than in any other country in the world, according to a mad woman who has been sent here by the United Nations.

Rashida Manjoo is a part-time professor of law at Cape Town University in the totally non-sexist country of South Africa (otherwise known as Rape Capital Of The World).

Mrs Magoo has been wandering around with her notebook and is appalled by the sexist “boys’ club” culture here, apparently.

I don’t doubt we still have sexism in the UK. But is it worse than in, say, Saudi Arabia, d’you think, honey-lamb? Or about 175 other countries? Get a grip, you doolally old bat.”

orkneylad says:

What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?

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