November 22nd, 2011

Thomas Cook On the Brink


159 Comments

  1. 1
    Fake Bowden says:

    Has Ed called for it to be bailed out?

  2. 2
    Sophie says:

    I sense the hand of Jonah McMental in all this….

  3. 3
    from spain says:

    here in Spain every every airport has put up its charges so airlines stop flying in because its to expensive so people cant get here to spend so its a no brainer but hey this is Spain.FFS

  4. 4
    Fabians are Evil. says:

    Did Gordon Brown buy some shares?

  5. 5
    Kitsunegari says:

    Is Gordon on the board?

  6. 6
    Moussa Koussa says:

    I suppose Blair, Brown and The BBC are responsible !!!!!!!

  7. 7
    Fake Bowden says:

  8. 8
    Gordon Brown-Stuff says:

    No, but I’ve been cookin’ the books……

  9. 9
    Oh!Jimmy , Jimmy says:

    Bliar and Brown and the EU without doubt.

  10. 10
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Too far and too fast.

  11. 11
    Anon says:

    Nobody remembers the “Typically Tropical” version, unfortunately.

    Sad. It’s far superior

  12. 12
    Tax Payer says:

    They borrowed too much and had a poor business plan. What else do they expect?

  13. 13
    Ivor Biggun says:

    You is bang on Moussa – please come back to Britain and collect your special prize – years worth of free board and lodging in one of Her Majesty’s Palaces (that’s what HMP stands for, isn’t it?) – see ya soon!

  14. 14
    Blinky Balls says:

    Well done Miliband, my son – as Environment Secretary, your fuel escalator tax has seen petrol soar…..and….soar……and…..Tory scum!

    Gordon, what a brilliant scam you set up to tax the householder by fiddling those sneaky certificates to pay for those useless wind farms!! Masterly sleight of hand! Costing the mugs a fortune in utility bills! Tory scum!

    Meanwhile at Labour Party Headquarters, aka the BBC News Team Editorial Meeting:

    ” OK comrades, better not report on the above scams…..what have we got on Murdoch? Can we rerun hacking….and how do we ignore the fact that global warming just aint happening? Ideas please!”

  15. 15
    Evil Landlord says:

    Not surprised they are going bust as package holidays are too expensive. I was talking to someone yesterday who is taking his family of 4 to Cape Verde (Canary islands) next Easter for 2 weeks – costing him £5 grand all inclusive – £5 grand FFS for 2 weeks !

  16. 16
    Rage Against the Political Elite says:

    The whole multi Trillion dollar Ponsi scheme that has operated across the global markets since the 80’s is coming home. This economic fraud perpetrated on the Capitalist Free market economy is going to kill Capitalism.

  17. 17
    EdMiliband says:

    Vey are Pwedators – thelling holidayth to hardworking familieth

  18. 18
    Jonah Watch says:

    Has Gordon been using them for his globe trotting?

  19. 19
    Rage Against the Political Elite says:

    Any basic economist can tell you that the more the state take in TAX, the more the economy will shrink and the state will recover less TAX. Well done Cameroon and Osboon for not being taught that simple economic diamond at ETON. I hope you 2 boys did economics???

  20. 20
    Steve Miliband says:

    LOL

  21. 21
    Billy's manky cock says:

    Is ‘Thomas Cooking it’ waht I get up to in Brighton on Sunday evenings?

  22. 22
    Loungelizard says:

    They’re Thomas Cooked!

  23. 23
    Ed Balls says:

    The thought of Thomas Cook being on the brink makes me cry.

  24. 24
  25. 25
    BBC Radio 4 Toady Programme says:

    Oh Ed you are such a sensitive soul as well as a great leader & an economic genius.

    If only you were leader.

  26. 26
    Ed Balls says:

    that is how a business or a country should be run.

  27. 27
    Rage Against the Political Elite says:

    Thomas Cook are the first, why do you think FTSE 100 company directors took 49% pay rise last year, You guessed it RATS leaving a sinking ship, taking its last breath as they go. The Banks wont lend you any money as they know about the Trillions of Toxic assets already on their Books and off Book. THEY KNOW ITS REALLY TERRIFYING BUT DONT HAVE THE BOTTLE TO TELL US.

  28. 28
    time to pull the plug says:

    The BBC blew it yesterday for any degree of claims for impartiality, when all they had to do was for once, FOR FUCKING ONCE, appoint someone who wasn’t from the left as Newsnight editor. Shameless, fucking shameless.

  29. 29
    Spartacus says:

    Laffer Curve anyone?

  30. 30
    The Fog says:

    Does that include the flights?

  31. 31
  32. 32
    Polly says:

    Of course, I don’t have to worry about such things happening in Italy. I am very rich and so airline/airport taxes should be high for the environment – and to ensure I don’t have to share the plane with common people.

  33. 33
    Fake Bowden says:

    “The travel group was one of more than 100 companies in the FTSE 250 list of leading companies on the London Stock Exchange that declined to reveal how they were trying to tackle global warming.

    The reluctance of a large number of firms to respond to the annual survey by the Carbon Disclosure Project led 60 MPs to write to Gordon Brown demanding that carbon reporting should be mandatory.

    Thomas Cook, InterContinental Hotels and waste management group Biffa are just some of the groups that have refused to participate in the study. A spokesman for the travel group told the Guardian that it would from now on support the scheme, which was set up by investors holding trillions of dollars of assets under management.”

  34. 34
    Anonymous says:

    One down one to go.

  35. 35
    Accountant says:

    5k for a holiday is a lot. But if you break it down: 14 nights for 4 people it works out at £90 per night each and that is all inclusive and includes the cost of 4 return flight tickets.

    Not that expensive when you think about it, but he could have got a cheaper holiday in the canaries he had wanted.

  36. 36
    Anonymous says:

    It’s a shame how the BBC has managed to ruin three decent programmes.
    I grew up listenening Today every morning, watching Newsnight and Question Time. My kids did the same. But none of us bother any more.

  37. 37
    Anon says:

    Maybe it is just my map of the world. But Cape Verde [I thought] was many 1000K further South than the Canary Islands.
    Can understand the exhorbitant price quoted. High season holidays everywhere cost one an arm and a leg

  38. 38
    Ah! Monika says:

    +1

  39. 39
    Pedant#1 says:

    The evil cow Polly Toytwaddle was on BBC breakfast this morning, fulminating on the levels of executive pay!
    The silly champagne socialist bitch could not see the irony in a VERY well paid, very rich person holding forth on such a subject!
    BTW – ain’t she a three bagger?

  40. 40
    Biased BBC, by Jug Ears says:

    The least the BBC could do after yesterdays fiasco of appointing yet another lefty as Newsnight editor, is make Kelvin Mackenzie editor of the Today programme. Now that really would be making a statement.

  41. 41
    Anon says:

    Maybe it is just my map of the world. But Cape Verde [I thought] was many 1000 Kms further South than the Canary Islands.
    Can understand the exhorbitant price quoted. High s e ason holidays everywhere cost one an arm and a leg

  42. 42
    Al-JaBBC says:

    BBC News Editor

    ….and how do we hide the fact that the BBC has been getting backhanders from Eco Comrades?

  43. 43
    Geoff, England says:

    Cape Verde and the Canary Islands are separate groups, several hundred miles apart.

  44. 44
    Geoff, England says:

    She’s a fanatic, and fanatics don’t do irony.

  45. 45
    Anonymous says:

    The really irony is that the ‘downtrodden’ people she claims to represent, have in all likelihood never even heard of her.

  46. 46
    The Jonah link says:

    Well they have just merged with Co-operative travel and godon is a member of the co-operative party.

  47. 47
    Dick the Prick says:

    It’s the err…even more unique way than we thought they were funded. The Yanks don’t want the final episode of the Frozen Planet as it’s all about eco-wibble.

  48. 48
    Peter Jones, the tall one off off Dragons den says:

    I could never see their business really taking off

  49. 49
    Gordon Brown says:

    I wish Thomas Cook all the best. I also wish all the contestants of the X Factor the best, especially Frankie Cocozza who gives me the horn. I mean, I love my wife Ms Macauley.

  50. 50
    Dick the Prick says:

    Dunno, the copraphiliac could use it a bit more, frankly – and stay the fuck out of Blighty.

  51. 51
    BBC bias says:

    +5

  52. 52
    Wendy Bendy says:

    I wonder how much the BBC pay her?

  53. 53
    Really? says:

    Once alBeebies is cut up for scrap, he should put in a cheeky low bid to make FiveLies part of his radio empire alongside Talksport, merge them… now that sounds like an actual plan, if only because the Monopolies Commission would take an interest in such a concentration of power.

    Nah, if the BBC can get away with a pseudomonopoly, our Kev should be fine.

  54. 54
    the new establishment says:

    A typical Today programme presenter.

  55. 55
    Sue Denim says:

    Aren’t they German-owned now?

  56. 56
    Loony tunes says:

    Can someone please explain the gloating on this thread?

    It’s a good company in a bad situation. Does that make people happy? I don’t get it.

    Guido, your post reads like the cat who has got the cream. Happy that this company is about to go under, are you?

  57. 57
    I Remember You Hoo says:

    Of course taxing those very same holidays and air flights had no effect at all, just like your epic fail carbon tax will not have an effect on the economy either, eh Ed?

  58. 58
    Steve Miliband says:

    Aren’t we all?

  59. 59
    Mrs H Dromey says:

    What big tits on the lead singer!

  60. 60
    I'll have some of that.... says:

    Blair, Brown, the EU and Polly Toynbee to name but a few…..

  61. 61
    Glenn Miliband says:

    I wrote the music

  62. 62
    Eee Uuu Dictatorship, the last evil empire says:

    There must be a Labour MP involved in this collapse, it’s a Labour’s core competency, bankrupting Countries and Companies.

  63. 63
    plan b says:

    “This economic fraud perpetrated on the Capitalist Free market economy is going to kill Capitalism.”

    Perhaps that was the whole idea.

  64. 64
    rwy 27L says:

    Not surprised, it’s very foggy.

  65. 65
    Gorbals Mick says:

    I can fly return to Glasgow for £20 but it doesn’t include the fights.

  66. 66
    Hugh Mungo-Swanker says:

    lol

    So who did the BBC appoint as Newsnight editor? I’m too posh to Google it.

  67. 67
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    The BBC seems to have given up all pretence of partiality since the election.

  68. 68
    Gordon factor...... says:

    Don’t fook it. Thomas Cook it.

    What impact did the Co-Op have in this? Donation to Labour Party, etc.

  69. 69
    Dick the Butcher says:

    Just caught the end of R5Lab prog interviewing DPP Keir Starmer.
    Was anyone allowed to ask the Huhne question?

  70. 70
    B Boyd says:

    You are all so ungrateful for the world’s premier public service broadcaster. We’ve a good mind to broadcast to lefties only.

  71. 71
    Labour Party rats says:

    We’re on a sinking submarine.

  72. 72
    Polly Wolly says:

  73. 73
    Dick the Prick says:

    Does seem a bit odd dunnit. My buddy works for them and he’s been kinda worried for a while. There are some good bits which can be hived off but….

  74. 74
    C Huhne says:

    A three bagger? Well, no, not really….

  75. 75
    Lefty ideology means second best says:

    Why is improving the service that the NHS provides a bad thing Polly?

  76. 76
    Labour's truly massive debt says:

    As I though McBroon had to be involved somewhere!

  77. 77
    Most ironic comment of the year. The film is produced by Wendi Murdoch! says:

  78. 78
    Lord Trombone says:

    Dead in the water years ago.

    What is the fuss?

  79. 79
    Hugh Mungo-Swanker says:

    Grauniad readers are by no stretch of the imagination downtrodden, poor or normal. I’ve had the misfortune to meet a few in my time.

  80. 80
    Reichsfueherin Angela Merkel says:

    Ja. Ich bin glad you are accepting your new status as the slaves of the new German Reich.

    Heil me!

  81. 81
    The Fog says:

    And you have a receipt to prove it?

  82. 82
    Tony Blair says:

    Alastair, Cherie says she’s bored. Can we have someone killed to cheer her up? Are the Harrowden boys available?

  83. 83
    Babe Watch says:

    The female counsel at the Leveson inquiry is fit.

  84. 84
    Gordon Brown, glogal genius says:

    I’ve been John Thomas Cocking it for years.

  85. 85
    Tax Payer says:

    KPMG were brought in by Labour?

    The management of the NHS has to cost something – why not use professionals?

  86. 86
    Geoff Hoon says:

    Taxi!

  87. 87
    Fake Bowden says:

  88. 88
    Number 10's cat says:

    When I was at uni, we used to rate the totty in millihelens.
    On the basis that Helen of Troy had a face that launched a thousand ships.

  89. 89
    Really? says:

    Fine idea. Then let them be the only ones who have to pay for it.

  90. 90
    The real David Rose says:

    Prosecutors “very close” to making a decision about prosecuting Chris Huhne, according to DPP

  91. 91
    Ed Balls says:

    When Sarah Brown retreats into a fantasy world it makes me cry.

  92. 92

    I think the Labour Party needs to have another conference. Really. Let us prorogue Parliament to allow them to do so. Let them hold it in Guam or the Marshall Islands or somesuch (Song Song must be an ideal place to sing the Red Flag). Let them Thomas Cook it. Let Thomas Cook go bust. Whilst they are gone pass a regulation releasing ABTA from the need to repatriate stranded tourists. Job done.

  93. 93
    Gatso Flasher says:

    @NickThornsby: Starmer said that the CPS are awaiting the outcome of proceedings over whether a newspaper should be forced to hand over info re Huhne

  94. 94
    Jonah is in the thick of it says:

    31 October 2011

    Gordon Brown addresses UN to launch the UN International Year of Co-operatives

    http://www.party.coop/2011/10/31/gordon-brown-addresses-un-to-launch-the-un-international-year-of-co-operatives/

    22nd November

    Thomas Cook shares open down 60% as it unveils £900 million debt amid rumours that it is to close 200 high street stores after its merger with Co-operative travel

  95. 95
    Desperate Dan says:

    Yes they asked the Huhne question but they didn’t ask the McShane question. They only asked questions that wouldn’t embarrass the Labour Party.

  96. 96
    Johann Hari says:

    I’m on my way to interview world heavyweight champion Joe Frazier.

  97. 97
    Really? says:

    I can’t think what comes after femto- in terms of size.

    Do you allow negative numbers to be used, or is a separate ISO unit of measurement used which trumps the tried and tested Imperial unit of the ‘bag’?

  98. 98
    AC1 says:

    >here in Spain every every airport has put up its charges

    I bet they’ve merely tried to pass on the tax increase.

  99. 99
    But this is old news says:

  100. 100
    friendly printer says:

    It’s in the post.

  101. 101
    BBC Radio 4 Toady Programme says:

    We think Sarah Brown is wonderful. Her husband saved us all.

  102. 102
    Tony Blair says:

    Too late I have already interviewed him.

  103. 103
    In a nutshell..... says:

    ….Basically any post which exposes Billy( no balls) Bowden as a fictitious character dreamed up by Guido will be moderated

  104. 104
    Censored says:

    Thought that was Tom Watson?

  105. 105
    Lou Scannon says:

    How about Bikini Atoll ? I hear the fish in the lagoon is plentiful – I’m sure they’d enjoy it.

  106. 106
    Ed Balls says:

    Antiques Roadshow makes me cry. Every time one of those elderly people discover their heirloom is worth a fortune, I lament not being able to tax them on it and spend the proceeds on public sector jobs for my friends.

  107. 107
    Apart from being a blowhard what has the bugger done for us... says:

    What the man whos contribution to Society was “Topless Darts” , are you sure ?

  108. 108
    Anonymous says:

    ALTERNATIVE HOLIDAY

  109. 109
    Serious John says:

    Is ABTA big enough to cover consumers if Thomas Cook goes under? I somehow doubt it.

    And what about Thomas Cook traveller’s cheques, they won;t be worth the paper they are printed on.

  110. 110
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Toynbee was on BBC Breakfast this morning spouting on about directors excessive pay. Toynbee probably earns more than 99% of directors in the UK. What a weasel spiteful hypocritical bitch. She spouts drivel for the sake of it.

  111. 111
  112. 112
    Desperate Dan says:

    If KPMG can do anything about the £70billion Labour committed to PFI or the £12billion it wasted on a non-functioning computer system their £4m will be well spent.

  113. 113
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Why the fuck is my comment of 11:42 under moderation?

  114. 114
    DAS SS says:

    NOW THAT’S A HOLIDAY

  115. 115
    DAS SS says:

    You dont post enough SS videos
    Thats why!

  116. 116
    Some idiots actually complained to Sky and BBC News for broadcasting "fuck" during Leveson says:

  117. 117
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Friends?

  118. 118
    Einstein a go go says:

    I believe the Quantum SI unit you are searching for is the “Dog” or more accurately the “Planck Dog”

  119. 119
    I don't need no doctor says:

    sieg heil

  120. 120
    Blind leading blind says:

    No – Spanish local governments have stopped giving hand-outs to Ryanair and their ilk because they’ve got no money.

    Gradually the world is learning getting “growth” through the taxation/subsidy model is a no-win game.

  121. 121
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Why does Toynbee even bother? Useless fat bitch.

  122. 122
    The war of Jennifers ear says:

    I beleve the nokia throwing scene is very impressive in the 3D version.

  123. 123
    DAS SS says:

    urine good company here

  124. 124
    Anonymous says:

    A lovely Scots lass :)

  125. 125
    Gordon Brown says:

    I wished him good health when I visited him on my way to meet Jimmy Saville recently.

  126. 126
    You don't have to pay big money for a holiday says:

    I went to Portugal for a week in October.

    Flights £95 return x 2
    Villa £256 (six bed property)
    Car hire £91
    Spending money 200 euros

    Endless walks in unspoilt Alentejo countryside – free
    Weather hot (32C) – sky cloudless

  127. 127
    nonce watch says:

    And your point is?

  128. 128
    National Socialist watch says:

    You havent quite grasped the fact that most posters on here want to reduce the power of the State by some degree whereas last time I heard from old Adolf he had something entirely different in mind or else the creative director of those Nuremburgh rallies misread his brief.
    If its totalitarianism your after please feel free to vist left wing blogs.

  129. 129
    dr freud says:

    I think we can all interpret the sub text to this tweet. ” Gordon hasn’t touched or even looked at me in that way for years ( if ever ), thank fuck.”

  130. 130
    Desperate Dan says:

    Instructions to BBC Editors:
    Henceforth whenever you are reporting bad news always preface your report with “Its been this bad for 30 years……..” This will give the impression we’re aiming for – that its all Thatcher’s fault.

  131. 131
    the only gay jock in the village says:

    We know how to breed these laddie lasses up here, and give ‘em a good fucking beating when they get out of line.

  132. 132
    us nazis just like to have fun says:

  133. 133
    Sue Denim says:

    “Inspired by the bestselling novel SNOW FLOWER AND THE SECRET FAN by Lisa See, the film is a timeless portrait of female friendship.” Note the last two words.

  134. 134
    Sue Denim says:

    They are!

  135. 135
    Lou Scannon says:

    free to vist left wing blogs’
    Now that’s irony for you.

  136. 136
    neutrino says:

    He came back before he even left.

  137. 137
    Wanker watch says:

    Ah Nonce watch Im glad you could spare some time from chugging off to old videos of Topless Darts to join us.

  138. 138
    Whos idea was that ? says:

    Shut up Sue, if this gets out it will be the shit that hits the fan !

  139. 139
    Gatso Flasher says:

    vicderbyshire Victoria Derbyshire
    DPP exclusive: @bbc5live – prosecutors “very close” to making decision on whether to pursue Energy Sec re:claims he dodged speeding penalty

  140. 140
    Gatso Flasher says:

    vicderbyshire Victoria Derbyshire
    @bbc5live – prosecutors “very close” to making decision on whether to pursue Energy Sec re:claims he dodged speeding penalty

  141. 141
    decafT says:

    please tell me you didn’t post this just so you could use that lame-ass sign-off

  142. 142
    Victor says:

    Karma as far as I’m concerned.

    Their ‘customer service’ department was anything but.

    Now, just waiting for the demise of BandQ (their customer service is even more abysmal) and my life will be much enriched.

  143. 143
    Millihelens says:

    Do I know you?

  144. 144
    Jimmy says:

    Did Guido tip the stock?

  145. 145
    Handycock says:

    My boys in Portsmouth will look after it for you Tone; for a price.

  146. 146
    Pedant#1 says:

    Well, the existing management is clearly NOT professional!

  147. 147
    Pedant#1 says:

    Sarah the fishy fingered, bush munching, beard for Gordon the McMental, you mean – well, I never did.

  148. 148
    Pedant#1 says:

    “A lovely Scots lass”
    An oxymoron except for Carole Kirkwood, with whom I could get VERY dirty.

  149. 149
    Broadsword calling Danny Boy says:

    They could try cruises but I don’t think it would float.

  150. 150
    Another David Rose says:

    I wonder if it involves getting evidence from a newspaper.

  151. 151
    Hang The Bastards says:

    No but he just left for Cairo on this mornings flight

  152. 152
    Sungei Patani says:

    Whilst I am very much in favour of minimising taxation, if you take your argument to its logical conclusion then if the state charged no tax at all its income would be maximised.

    Perhaps it may be a good idea if you gave some thought to what you post before you make yourself look a prat.

  153. 153
    Rage Against the Political Elite says:

    Sungei or should I say thick C-nt. You are the one that thinks that the IRA wasn’t populated by British Agents. Shows how thick you really are and obviously an avid Sun reader. Do you miss your N.O.W. on Sunday? People who work in the Public sector are deluded and dont like the fact that they are working for a bunch of economic terrorists.

  154. 154
    Sungei Patani says:

    As always you resort to abuse rather than trying to substantiate the ludicrous claims that you make.

    For the record I never read the SUN or the News of the World when it was published so I don’t know what they contain. You doubtless do as you imply they influence my thinking which suggests that you must be familiar with their content.

  155. 155
    Rage Against the Political Elite says:

    Sungei

    This is the bit that hasn’t been covered under D notice. Next time you question the words do the research first. its always sensible then you dont make a complete twat of yourself.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2011/sep/11/ira-murders-claim-to-smithwick

    Can you now work out how the IRA got the Semtex from Libya, yeah just a couple of paddies thought they would pop down to have a chat and get a years supply. No wonder summary execution dead men dont talk. Its a shame Saddam got his neck stretched then someone may have asked, why he invaded Kuwait? As the Kuwaiti’s now saddled with debt to pay off the military budget fostered on them for the USA help.

    Clever arent’ they thats why they rule the world, its called the hidden hand of influence. Only problem they have ran out of money.

  156. 156
    Sungei Patani says:

    RAPE: Your posting on the 21 November at 8:28 contained the words “due to the IRA being a part of Military intelligence” it is this statement that any logical person, who isn’t a paranoid conspiracy theorist, would consider to be totally absurd.

    Your posting did not say that the IRA contained some informers run by Military Intelligence, something I fully concur with as as the best way to gain intelligence on a terrorist organisation is to infiltrate it.

    The web site you referred me to said that Mr Scappaticci, one of the informers,
    had Mr McGuinness as his operational commander – by your logic this would suggest that Martin McGuinness was an officer in the British Army or even Chief of Defence Intelligence.

    Again using your logic, the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) aka MI6 used to have informers or spies in the Soviet Union – on that basis the USSR was part of SIS.

    Can I suggest that in future you carefully read what you have typed before pressing the Submit button; you then may avoid looking so foolish.

  157. 157
    Sungei Patani says:

    RAPE: Your posting on the 21 November at 8:28 contained the words “due to the IRA being a part of Military intelligence” it is this statement that any logical person, who isn’t a paranoid conspiracy theorist, would consider to be totally absurd.

    Your posting did not say that the IRA contained some informers run by Military Intelligence, something I fully concur with as as the best way to gain intelligence on a terrorist organisation is to infiltrate it.

    The web site you referred me to said that Mr Scappaticci, one of the informers, had Mr McGuinness as his operational commander – by your logic this would suggest that Martin McGuinness was an officer in the British Army or even Chief of Defence Intelligence.

    Again using your logic, the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) aka MI6 used to have informers or spies in the Soviet Union – on that basis the USSR was part of SIS.

    Can I suggest that in future you carefully read what you have typed before pressing the Submit button; you then may avoid looking so foolish.

  158. 158
    Rage Against the Political Elite says:

    CUI BONO

  159. 159
    Sungei Patani says:

    A totally pointless response. I am sorry I got it wrong, would have made much more sense.


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