November 15th, 2011

Paxo Force Feeds Guilty Mandy

The moment the Prince of Darkness had his words handed to him on a plate can now be savoured thanks to Liar Politicians:

As Guido mentioned earlier, he refused to rule out joining the Euro one day in the full clip


109 Comments

  1. 1
    Jess The Dog says:

    Woof! First!

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    • 16
      Up sh1t creek says:

      What did Peter get from the Hollywood film and RIAA music cartels when “holidaying” in the Med for pushing the Digital Economy Bill?

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    • 18
      bottom botherers says:

      Hang him!!!

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      • 19
        it's gordons fault says:

        never has one wanted to see political and media exile so much as this man (actually TB as well) – he is soooooooooooooooooooo awful makes GB look normal

        Well actually not really send them all to the gulag

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        • 38
          Spacker Brown says:

          The mendacious mincer.

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          • Iloathlefties says:

            He is just a lying, scheming, champagne socialist, asshole. Why do the BBC give him the oxygen of publicity as he isn’t in the tent fucking it up anymore?

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          • Alf Garnett says:

            I rather think that, if this clip is anything to go by, some light has fallen on the Prince of Darkness and, in consequence, his once-unparalleled abilities in lying and self-delusion have waned somewhat, as has his glib forked-tongue.

            He looks like a wrinkled Galapagos tortoise with a Hugh Grant wig which is doubtless the Wages of Sin arising from too much Sodomy. Perhaps his next manifestation will be as Lot’s Wife as the European Sodoms and Gomorrahs are destroyed.

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          • What a plonker. says:

            Wrong choice of word saying Asshole.when talking about mandlescum.

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      Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

      Funniest bit was when the mendacious cnut said there’s no point in smugness nearer the end. If anyone can think of smugger tw*t in politics I’d like to know who it is. Blair maybe but no one else comes close.

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  2. 2
    Rage Against the Political Elite says:

    The Low LIFE. He didn’t get the name prince of Darkness for nothing.

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  3. 3
    Number 7 says:

    Come on Guido – play fair. I’ve only just had breakfast.

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  4. 4
    Tax Payer says:

    I’m quite happy to gloat at the fate of the Euro?

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        Cleaner who scrapes bogies from off the benches says:

        Looks like bad news for Ms Kraut,
        and you’d think that we were well out
        but Gordon Brown’s sums
        has made us all bums
        with more debt to come, have no doubt.

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        • 44
          Cleaner who scrapes bogies from off the benches says:

          What I mean is that I can’t help but wonder if the reason Gordo wasn’t keen on us joining the Euro was because outsiders would have gone through his books and spotted his many fiddles (PPI etc).

          It’s one thing to be lax letting in a relatively small economy like Greece but imagine if we hadn’t been let in because the UK financial situation would have been seen then as a ticking bomb within the Euro?

          Brown was clearly keen on the Euro because when he sold off our gold reserves on the cheap he bought Euros instead.

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          • jgm2 says:

            Brown didn’t want us to join the Euro because even he realised that without control of our own currency then his title as ‘chancellor’ was practically meaningless. To Brown the thought of handing power to anybody over even the slightest detail was unthinkable hence hounding fellow ministers at all hours over the most trivial issues.

            The thought of handing total control of the UK economy to some anonymous French banker would be utter anathema. As it should be for any British Prime Minister or chancellor.

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      • 88
        Well Paid Shill says:

        All countries have unfunded liabilities, ours amount to some 2.5 trillion pounds.

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  5. 5
    Club for the boys says:

    Mandleson would turn even the biggest sceptic into a conspiracy theorist

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  6. 6
    A Bloke Of A Certain Age says:

    I am totally comfortable with being outside the euro zone and not joining the Euro.

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  7. 7
    Call me Infidel says:

    Haven’t seen very much of that shitbag lately on tv. Can’t say its any great loss.

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  8. 8
    Dudley Zoo says:

    Mandy’s new Labour has turned out to be a crock of shit just as I knew it always was

    a complete crock of shit

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  9. 9
    P.Mandevison, the Eminence Greasy says:

    I would make a brilliant economist as I am very economical………with the truth.

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  10. 10
    Gary Barlow says:

    As I said to my joiner; ”You absolutely nailed it”

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Only reason Labour want to join euro and eurozone is that the only way Ed can be parachuted in to a Government when Merkal decides, he is never going to win a genral election.

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  12. 12
    Sophie says:

    Quizzling Mandy is the very epitome of the political elites treason against their own people, country, culture & heritage.

    I want Mandelslime hung for his crimes.

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  13. 14
    Well it's a thought. says:

    FFS, I thought we had got that vile piece of doo doo’s away from the reins of powe,r any PR to do with him is not required ,the longer he’s kept away from any goverment the better the chance we have of recovery, even with the loons we have in now.

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    • 26
      Osama the Nazarene says:

      FFS, I thought we had got that vile piece of doo doo’s away from the reins of powe,r

      so had the Greeks and Ities and yet the EU Politburo were able to wheel out Papadoc 2 and Super Mario. Mandy is being kept in reserve should they need him, you’ll never be rid of him…

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      • 49
        misterned says:

        Just think. IF Brown had won as many votes (in 2010) as John Major had in 1997 (when the tories were electorally slaughtered), then he would have won enough seats to lead a coalition. He would have kept spending like a seaman on shore-leave and we would now be facing a bail-out with conditions attached like Greece and Italy. Chances are, they would have appointed Mandy to run the UK! Imagine that!

        This is why, in spite of my loathing of Cameron, I still maintain that he is slightly better than the labour alternative. That said, he is not enough of an improvement and looks to be getting worse with time, rather than better.

        The current states of all three main parties shows how fucked up they all are. they are all rabidly Europhallic, regardless of their slightly sceptical and unclear words.

        We need to free ourselves from the EU clusterfuck. NONE of the top three parliamentary parties will do that. NONE of them.

        I am voting UKIP.

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        • 64
          will says:

          voting UKIP does not solve the problem. its better to be inside the sydtem changing it rather than outside. As Dave Cameron said last night we need to reform from within. Brussels needs reforming.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Voting UKIP will not solve the problem but is better than voting liblabcon. A better vote would be for the party-that-must-not-be-named.

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          • misterned says:

            I cannot vote FOR a solution by voting for any of the conservatives, liberals or labour parties.

            By voting for those parties, I would be voting for even more of the problem!

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          Anonymous says:

          You should have played the long game. Voting for Brown would have seen the markets kick Britain in the goolies, Cameron would have been replaced by a right wing eurosceptic for failing to win the GE, a Labour government would have collapsed and a proper conservative would have got in who’d set about the state and the EU with a chainsaw (or at least that’s what I’d hope would happen). As it is we’re in a right bugger’s muddle with a lightweight, PR obssessed wanker who seems far more comfortable in the cosy embrace of the Lib Dems than he does with Tory grassroot members.

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          • Rip van Wrinkle says:

            Sorry to say, but you’re spot on.

            My business partner wanted Labour to get back in – so they had to clear their own sh*t up.

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  14. 15
    Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

    Well Done Paxo!

    Watching Mandleslime having to eat his words and then try to change the subject is worth the risk of losing my breakfast.

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  15. 21
    pissed off voter says:

    I’m not a Paxo fan by any means but I was cheering him on last night. First time I’ve ever seen Mandy cringe – he’s usually so arrogant and confident as he lies through his teeth – so well done Paxo.

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      Snotrocket says:

      But you have to remember that when Matthew Paris outed Mandelson on Newsnight a few years back, Paxman sent round a hand-delivered note apologising for the embarrassment.

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  16. 22
    Professor Sir Robert Winstons says:

    Trying to embarrass that slimy fuck doesn’t work, like his boss, namely blood soaked Blair, he is utterly shameless…and a cu’nt of the highest order

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  17. 23
    The real satan says:

    I see no point in gloating, ( unless it’s me doing it)

    This bloke is giving me a bad name

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  18. 24
    Jan says:

    O/T I see Charlie Gilmour has been released from prison having served a quarter of his sentence.Watching all those amazingly brave people who fought for our country marching down Whitehall on Sunday I feel sick to my stomach. Who decided to let this scumbag out? I see he is going back to Cambridge to continue his studies. His mummy and all her chummy journo girly fwends should be pwoud of themselves. No doubt he will be dining out on the horrors of doing porridge for years to come.I see a book deal later in the year.Perhaps even a career. Ain’t life grand?

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    • 31
      Engineer says:

      If it’s given him a kick up the backside and showed him just how fortunate he is in life compared to many people, maybe it might have done him some good.

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      • 36
        Well it's a thought. says:

        Engineer, we have some hope, people believe in people, Iam just a cynical b’stard and wait to see what he gets up to next.

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          Communist Revolutionary Charlie "storm Parliament" Gilmour says:

          Nasty men who live on council estates did horrible things to my bottom when I was in the prison showers.

          Now I’m going to hug my mumsie for hours and hours and hours.

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      There is more joy in heaven etc...you get the gist ?? says:

      A man is not beyond redemption…….a foolish act in one’s youth should not be held against him or for that matter his birth or upbringing….he will also have this offence on his record for a couple of years which could cause him untold problems especially if he’s trying to get into the “States” who are not as tolerant in their views of someone desecrating a national monument to the War Dead and even then in any job application when “googled” his offence will be revealed to no doubt his eternal regret if not now as he basks in his notoriety certainly will when he’s maturer…although I could of course be totally wrong and in af ew years we’ll see him as a Labour MP

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    • 72
      bergen says:

      I still can’t understand how he can be reading history at Cambridge without knowing what the Cenotaph is and represents.

      I can only think that the college admissions tutor was either star-struck or a superannuated hippy.

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  19. 25
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    so has anyone seen hes manifesto?

    http://twitter.com/#!/MockTheLeft/status/136390714794844160

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    Engineer says:

    Winston Churchill once said that in a long career he had been forced to eat his words many times, and found it a nourishing diet. Mandelson should maybe take a leaf from Churhill’s book. He would have gained far more respect and credibility had he just admitted that he’d called it wrong. As he played it, he just made himself look like an arrogant know-all.

    Fortunately, he now has far less influence over front-line politics than he did. Long may that happy situation continue.

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    Well it's a thought. says:

    Just thinking all the people who’s forfathers bailed out of Europe to Britian for one thing or another, seem to be in a hurry for this country to be locked in with Europe, conspiracys and aluminium hats seem to come to the fore.

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    • 45
      I Hate Tesco AND the Pope says:

      Whose. Forefathers. Britain. Conspiracies. Please learn some spellings. Well done – you spelled Europe correctly.

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      • 81
        Anon says:

        Veni, Vidi, Vicky. I came, I saw, I conkered.

        Even comparing failings in multiple languages, is the plural “spellings” actually necessary?

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  22. 34
    jgm2 says:

    The fucker is turning into a clone of David Steel.

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  23. 37
    annette curton says:

    Lol, the Lord of Slime attempts to re-write history again.

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  24. 40
    The Stilton Eater says:

    His sounds almost as posh as Keith Vaz.

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  25. 41
    Charlie Gilmour says:

    Can you tell me the way to the nearest war memorial please, I’m bursting for a shit!

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  26. 42
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Come on, he did bring us this classic

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      jgm2 says:

      Billy? Something wrong with your twitter feed? That’s three articles this morning where you failed to make the first post.

      Pay your bill.

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    • 57
      annette curton says:

      Well I think all politicians should be issued with PPE as a mandatory (a pun?) requirement when in public, high-viz jacket, safety helmet, goggles and ear defenders, whether a bullet proof jacket is also needed when shopping should be left to the discretion of former home secretaries.

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      • 70
        jgm2 says:

        I think they should all be given electronic leg-tags and there whereabouts made freely available, at all times, on Google Earth.

        That’s the only way to keep an eye on the wicked and malicious fuckers.

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    There but for the Grace of God....... says:

    Thank God we’re NOT in the Eurozone…otherwise we’d be in a similar position to Greece or Italy and have this man as Prime Minister imposed on us by the Franco-German Axis……let us give thanks that we have at least been spared THAT scenario

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    • 51
      Anyway says:

      We must remember that Mandy is the darling of the Brussels elite and therefore a Technocrat.
      Now… technocrats are already in charge in Greece and Italy, so we must be grateful that Mandy is standing by waiting to take over when Rumpypumpy and the rest of his gang finally break Europe’s finances and bring the UK down with them.

      Oh how the BBC will rejoice.

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  28. 48
    Anonymous says:

    Just like Cameron on Europe then, playing the eurosceptic to the public before elections and sucking up to it when in power.

    Cameron will never win another election, not that he won the last one even.

    He is a traitor, a pathetic,pymmesque figure, just really the heir to blair in every respect.

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      Tessa Tickles says:

      There’s a big difference between Cameron and Blair; even when Blair had been telling bare-faced lies for years and years, some people were prepared to believe him.

      Nobody believes a word Cameron says now. Every word he utters, every syllable, is dripping with deceit.

      I’d like to know how (or if) the fucker thinks he can get away with it.

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  29. 52
    Anonymous says:

    Germany calling . its for you Lord Haw ‘Haw

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  30. 53
    Anonymous says:

    You now know that the political elite of Europe were wrong all along but can’t even admit it!

    They don’t believe in democracy nor financial sobriety, they never did, but it is you who will pay, but they won’t!

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      labourunionsbbc we are one says:

      Not only will they not pay, but their bank balance’s, along with their property portfolios, will actually increase.

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    Super Mario crashes and burns says:

    Sky have just reported that the Itialians are now having to pay over 7% to borrow while the Swiss are charging their lenders 0.2% to lend to them.

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    Guy Martin to win TT2012 says:

    Daily Telegraph 11 June 2009

    Britain “obviously” remains committed to joining the euro following the currency’s “success” in helping its members to weather the economic crisis, Lord Mandelson said.

    “It is perfectly clear that the euro has been a great success in anchoring its eurozone members during this financial crisis,” he said.
    “Imagine where all of us would have been if it hadn’t. I hope people will recognise that this represents a major vindication for the single currency.”

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/eu/5506385/Britain-will-obviously-join-euro-says-Mandelson.html

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    Mandrill's arse says:

    The Prince of Darkness-ie the place where the sun doesn’t shine.

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  35. 82
    Terry McCann says:

    Apparently if you watch the whole thing, 10 years of the euro has given us 10 years of low borrowing. Really? Thick lying labour c.unt.

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  36. 84
    Kered Ybretsae says:

    A real big Jessie, is that Lewd Mindelbum.

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    BillyBob... says:

    Only one being richly smug is mandy !!

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  38. 89
    Voice of Reason says:

    I’d like to shove a large log up this reptilian’s backside – the problem is it would fall out. Mandelson and Blair are examples of most hypocritical, self-serving politicians ever.

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  39. 94
    Airey Belvoir says:

    Whenever Mandelson appears on our screens talking up the EU/Euro, it should be remembered that he is effectively being paid by the EU to do it. He is taking a large ‘revocable’ EU pension, which can be withdrawn if he ever airs a negative view of their machinations. But you will never hear him, or Clegg, or Patten, ever declare this interest. So much for honesty, and indeed democracy.

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  40. 95
    Jimmy says:

    I know. I miss him too.

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  41. 101
    Lord Chief Justice Pringer says:

    He is right. The GdF are taking over the Project of Europe now and Britain is simply not there at the meetings which will decide the future of our country.

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  42. 102
    chriselee says:

    I know everything I need to know about Mandleson except this.
    Does he stick it to his boyfriend or his boyfriend to him or do they take turns.
    I haven’t a clue but I have led a sheltered life.

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    A Doctor Writes says:

    I think Reinaldo needs to get his partner checked over for early signs of Alzheimer’s. That’s one serious loss of memory.

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  44. 104
    Hang The Bastards says:

    The sooner this traitor dies the better. He is without doubt the most dispicable person in todays politics.

    He is not elected yet thinks his voice and views should be heard.

    He should fuck off and crawl into a corner and decompose so the rest of us can get on with a peaceful life without his mincing in the background.

    I hope MI5 deal with the treacherous bastard !

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  45. 109
    Nick says:

    I don’t so much want to gloat as flay him alive, rip his arms and legs off, cauterise the wounds and then use his still living torso as a wrecking ball on Blair’s homes.

    Then I want the last thing his burning corpse sees being the house the money he stole from us being given away to charity before I douse him in petrol and set fire to his worthless poisonous, revolting evil little remains as a reminder to the net generation of brown envelope taking, corrupt, worthless, malevolent little bastards that this is the price of being a verminous pile of vomit masquerading as human.

    He is corrupt, bent, on the fiddle, cheating, abusive hateful little worm and one day, one day he’ll burn.

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“Sunday, May 10, 1998

Early start: appearing on Breakfast With Frost, to be broadcast from 11 Downing Street. The Chancellor [Gordon Brown] is grouchily amiable, but so earnest — and still biting his fingernails to the quick.

After the show, he took us upstairs to his flat. He lives above No 10, while Blair and family are in the No 11 duplex, which is bigger and more like a proper house.

I was intrigued that, when he took us into his bedroom, the Chancellor rather ostentatiously opened the built-in wardrobes, as if he wanted us to see the women’s frocks that were hanging in there.

They looked quite large, but I don’t think they belong to Gordon. I assume they belong to his girlfriend [Sarah Macaulay, who he later married].

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