December 20th, 2011

Naked Truth is Osborne Will Back IMF Bailout

Last night Guido tweeted

Guido reckons the spin coming from the Treasury about them saying “No” is bluster. Guido suspects they mean they are not ready to send billions to the IMF just yet…

If by St Patrick’s day Osborne has kept his promise, made to MPs on October 27, that “Britain will not be putting money into the bail-out fund either directly or through the IMF” Guido will keep his promise* and run naked around Smith Square from the EU offices right past Transport House and back. Don’t count on seeing Guido’s bare arse streaking past the daffodils on March 17…

*Iain Dale has yet to “run naked down Whitehall” as promised on election night.


  1. 1
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Didnt you promise to post topless photos in solidarity with egyption blogger?


    • 5
      Rage Against the Political Elite says:

      Load of cr-p, the deal is already done. Cameroon like all his political class, they aren’t running the country the deal maker bankers are. THE DEAL IS DONE OUR FATE IS SEALED.


      • 33
        Jeff bin in? says:

        I’m afraid you right Dave ‘Look I’ve Grown a Pair Vote for Me’ has been playing the PR game very well of late, his ‘veto’ that in fact vetoed nothing and is a spent force by 2014 anyway when majority voting rules will apply has gone down a treat with faithful who think he has seen the light.

        Nothing could be further from the truth, this piece of spin is part of the PR campaign he has put together to remove the heat from EuroSceptics, remove the threat of a referendum and keep the EU show on the road, it also keeps the LibDem in their place as well. If the Euro goes tits up trust me he’ll be leading the charge to bolster it.


      • 119
        M says:

        Could anyone publish labours top tax avoiders ?


    • 9

      Go for it Guido. Billy is right behind you.


      • 60
        Nemo says:

        Billy will race you Guido making sure that you are in front


      • 97


        I have just returned from my plantations to find my felid in a very poor and emaciated condition. His crepuscular activity had almost ceased to be apparent. I have had to send him on a short recuperation.

        It has been drawn to my attention that you may have some knowledge of what afflicts him. He had been staring at a conveniently sited laptop screen and pressing the f5 key with his paw to the point that I shall have to install a replacement console, a tricky task on these things as I am sure you will be aware.

        If you are considering such an athletic feat, I would deem it a great favour if you would delay it until his return. I am sure he would hate to miss it especially as his imprimatur is likely to be on display. That would certainly excite him.


      • 111

        Not if you are up against a .600 Nitro Express cartridge.


    • 10
      Black Knight says:

      I notice that you have not said that you will do it in daylight Guido.


    • 28
      A Bloke Of A Certain Age says:

      First the Krankies and now this . Guido my stomach cant take much more of these images.


    • 52
      Casual Passer-by says:

      Exactly what time of day can we expect this aesthetic outrage?


    • 53
      Jeffrey Bernard says:

      “If Osborne doesn’t risk any more British taxes to the IMF I’ll run naked from the EU HQ around Smith Square on St Patrick’s Day”

      Thank God the eyes of the world will be on England v Ireland at Twickenham …


    • 109
      Anonymous says:

      EU Voting Song

      Jolly voting weather
      We are all europhiles
      We’re very clever
      And lie to you all the while
      You fell for our promise especially the CAST IRON trick
      We’re all from Eton, and you lot are all too thick.

      If you think I’ll claim back powers,
      You haven’t got a clue
      We’ll hand the UK to Merkle,
      There is nothing that you can do
      No referendums Changes through on the nod
      I am the PM and I’m a duplicitous sod

      As for immigration
      I know it gets on your tits
      I will flood the nation
      And pay their benefits
      I am from Eton; I am one of the ruling class
      If you don’t like it, you can just kiss my ****

      If I agreed the Treaty
      Things that it would amend
      Required referendums
      And that would be the end
      We’d be out of Europe and that’s what the public crave
      But I’m undemocratic, just call me dictator Dave

      Clegg is making noises
      Pretending he did not know
      If he really meant it
      Lib-Dems would pack up and go
      There all in it together, and David is now all smiles
      He has silenced the sceptics, with the aid of the Europhiles

      This has been a carve up
      Helped by Merkosy
      They need our money
      That is quite plane to see
      They played out the charade so it looks as if Dave’s alone
      But were still in the EU and we’ll pay for the Euro zone

      Jolly voting weather
      We are all Europhiles
      We’ve silenced the sceptics
      Look at their beaming smiles
      There’s no referendum, the sceptics are really thick.
      I am from Eton and those idiots missed the trick


    • 112
      The Poet Laureate Writes says:

      Subject: The EU – Why, Yes…….

      ‘Common Market’ became double-E C
      EEC became simply EC
      Then EC to EU
      From EU to a coup
      Reich number Four follows Reich number Three.


  2. 2
    Iain Dale says:

    Can I come with you?


  3. 3
    Politicians are CUNTS says:

    “Don’t count on seeing Guido’s bare arse streaking past the daffodils on March 17…”

    you mean you can run that fast – fuck!!!!


  4. 4
    Arthur Bent says:

    That will not be a pretty sight.


  5. 5
    Shire Tory says:

    That just happens to be my birthday and a sight well worth seeing. I’ll just see if I can get a cheap ticket on East Midlands Trains!


  6. 7
    David Camoron (traitor, thief and liar) says:

    I absolutely promise you, hand on heart, that I will not, under any circumstances, give* any money for any more euro bailouts.

    I know I promised that before, at least twice, and on every occasion I’ve broken my promise, but this time I really really really mean it. God’s honest truth.

    *I’m going to lend it, on the understanding we never get it back. That’s different from “giving it”.


    • 15
      Politicians are CUNTS says:

      how are you going to get the money big boy? maybe have an even-handed chat with the people at HMRC who deal with every matter equally and who will provide your every need from the 99% as usual?????


      • 26
        David Camoron (traitor, thief and liar) says:

        I have some whizzer ideas about raising the cash.

        Tax increases, hospital closures, scrapping what’s left of the nation’s defences, borrowing the money so we’ll be repaying the interest forever and ever and ever. Or a bit of all of these things.

        But that £25billion of your money has to be handed over one way or the other. I don’t want the French and Germans shouting at me again. The question is, how am I going to raise the next £25billion? And the £25billion after that? Gosh, it’s frightfully tricky. But it’s good that we’re in the EU.


  7. 8
    a non says:

    Guido hedging his bits again?


  8. 14
    Colonel Blimp says:

    I’ve just thrown up my lunch at the thought.


  9. 16
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Here we go, so if you dont keep your word, why should Iain dale?



  10. 17
    Oldrightie says:

    Inevitable clusterfuck. Always was the pillocks.


  11. 21
    Public Decency Act 1928 says:

    We are here to defend the public from unpleasant scenes, your streaking will not be allowed to happen. We have water cannon and snatch Land-Rovers standing by.


  12. 22
    God's Holy Trousers says:

    I doubt you run much risk of having to actually do it. HMG will bend over once again and take it up the jacksie from “our friends” in Europe.


  13. 23
    Margaret Moron says:

    He won’t do it, he’ll just claim he’s mad and call the whole thing off.



  14. 25
    Jimmy says:

    To be fair to Iain, nobody seriously believes anything a tory promises in an election campaign.

    I’m trying to consider which is more likely, Gideon keeping his word or Guido predicting something correctly. Which of these is less likely?


    • 32
      Labouring under a mountain of debt says:

      In fairness it wasn’t until the Tories actually got the keys to The Treasury that they were able to see how parlous a state Labour had left the nation’s finances in…and from that all other financial decisions flow…so I suggest you address all complainnts to Mr Ed Miliband and Mr Ed Balls as they were equally responsible with Brown for the mess


      • 54
        non believer says:

        What ever, Gideon was promising to match (and in some cases increase) NuLab’s insane profligacy right up until the credit crunch

        That alongside his commitment to totally deregulate the mortgage industry 11 months before Northern Crock went tits up speaks volumes about his financial credibility.

        Should have stuck to folding towels in Selfridges or possibly a bit more data entry at the NHS.


      • 57
        Jimmy says:

        Thank heaven then for the spectacular economic renaissance of the last 18 months.


    • 43

      Election promises?

      Thinnest of thin ice for a labour fan.

      No tuition fees!


      • 50
        Gordon Brown says:

        But we kept our manifesto commitment to giving you a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty.


        • 56
          Jimmy says:

          There was of course not such commitment. Not by us at least. Only a cast iron one by Flashman. But then you knew that. Only one party has ever actually delivered on a referendum promise.


          • jgm2 says:

            There was of course not such commitment.

            Oh yes there was….


          • Jimmy says:

            Ah, panto season.


          • Archer Karcher says:

            “The Tre*aty sets out what the the new EU can do and what it cannot. It strengthens the voice of national parliaments and governments in EU affairs. It is a good tre*aty for Britain
            and for the new Europe.

            We will put it to the British people in a referendum
            and campaign whole-he*artedly for a ‘Yes’ vote to keep Britain
            a leading nation in Europe.” The Labour Party Manifesto 2005.

            You know when a socialist is lying, everytime they open their mouths, write something down or type some shite on a blog. Well done Jimmy, you prove that with every post.


          • Spanner in the works. says:

            You are Jimmy Krankie and I claim my£5.


          • Jimmy says:

            And which Treaty is being discussed here? Is it

            A. the Lisbon Treaty

            B. the Treaty of Versailles

            C. the Constitutional Treaty

            Take your time. No conferring.


          • Archer Karcher says:

            “We have got everything we wanted” Valerie Giscard d’Estaing

            “The two tre*aties are one and the same” Angela Merkel


          • Archer Karcher says:

            “They have taken the original draft constitution, blown it apart into separate elements, and have then attached them, one by one, to existing tre*aties. The Tre*aty of Lisbon is thus a catalogue of amendments. It is unpenetrable for the public.

            In terms of content, the proposed institutional reforms – the only ones which mattered to the drafting Convention – are all to be found in the Tre*aty of Lisbon. They have merely been ordered differently and split up between previous tre*aties.”

            Clever liars know when to shut up, stupid ones however…….


          • Jimmy says:

            It’s odd how people like Giscard and Merkel’s statements suddenly become unimpeachable gospel truth for righties when it suits you.


          • Tony Blair says:

            “We will have a referendum on the EU Constitution, even if its name changes.”


    • 45
      The catholic missus says:

      There are the Tories and the labour folks and the Libertarians

      They all have their limits. Just ask their


    • 58
      Well it's a thought says:

      Didn’t your best mate Gordy prove in a court of law that Liebour promises are just that, hot air, something to pad out a minute on the BBC news lies, that’s why reddy eddy hasn’t made any promises because nobody will believe what Liebour says, except for brainwashed people like you.


      • 66
        jgm2 says:

        That’s right. Got a High Court judge to rule that Labour’s manifesto promises weren’t subject to ‘legitimate expectation’. Then thought he’d won some kind of a ‘victory’. A Judge rules that Labour promises aren’t worth the paper they’re written on and the Maximum Imbecile thinks he’s won!

        What a fucking jackass.

        I’m surprised the T*ries don’t make more of this ruling.

        A Judge has declared Labour manifesto ‘promises’ are meaningless! I’d be shouting it from the rooftops.


  15. 30
    Gordon McDoom says:

    What a coincidence, I was streaking around the Christmas tree this morning whilst Ms Macaulay was shopping and one of the lower branches got stuck up my starfish, pulled the whole lot over!!! Didn’t dare tell anyone though.


    • 36
      Shire Tory says:



    • 62
      jgm2 says:

      I’ll bet the fucking thing was lying on the floor, lights and smashed baubles everywhere, when she got back and the Maximum Imbecile was standing there claiming that was still upright. Never been more upright in fact.

      Just like he did with the economy.


  16. 31

    Tweets, Scoots & Weaves.


  17. 34
    Gordon Brown says:

    My hero is dead.
    Nurse, can I can use the potty now ?


  18. 35
    Spank Sinatra says:

    The bare faced cheek!


  19. 38
    I don't need no doctor says:

    This time Guido has gone too far and too fast.


  20. 44
    Taxfodder says:

    Giving tax pounds to the IMF to prop up the EURO is just plain wrong!

    Business and investors can kiss my arse, like any venture if it goes badly wrong you lose your wad, millions of jobs may be lost across Europe?…since when have investors worried about jobs before investment returns…

    Highly amusing and totally improbable its the investment they want to protect, loss of jobs a red herring.

    Where are the Guarantees of jobs then?

    None, no I thought not…


  21. 47
    Well Paid Shill says:

    Osbourne never said he wouldn’t increase lending to the IMF, he said he wouldn’t do it purely as part of an EU deal. If the G20 decideto pump more cash into the IMF, so be it, but Osbourne should stick to his guns over the proposed £25 billion.


    • 94
      MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

      £25 billion just the same amount that big business fiddled on it’s tax last year !
      collect it and give them that !


  22. 49
    Eustace Mullins says:

    Osbourne supports IMF shocker – or dies.


  23. 51
    Buford T. Justice says:

    Sheeit. Billy will be in Hot Pursuit!


  24. 59
    pissed off voter says:

    How about an open invitation to Gideon to do your streak for you after he has redirected my taxes to the IMF?


  25. 64
    Rickytshirt says:

    £30bn is a price worth paying not to see you in the buff, Guido!


  26. 71
    Must get a pseudonym one day says:

    Last week I suugested that, to stick it to the Frogs, we should boycott all things French.

    Today, Renault announced they are withdrawing 5 models from the UK and closing 30% of their UK dealerships. That will mean a lot of jobless cheese-eating production-line surrender-monkeys over there.

    And that’s in only a week – a year of boycott and the whole EU will be crawling before us. They need us more than we need them.

    The power of the Guido blog, eh.


    • 90
      MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

      I notice they have started advertising Brie on our TV

      You know the one , soft white rubber covered in talcum powder good at this time of year for plugging leaks in your water pipes !


    • 92
      MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

      They are switching to Tank production !
      For the Final European Solution !


    • 118
      joescotus says:

      renault …bastards got a renault scenic seats are perfect for us older ones engine total gas guzzling lump of scrap as i say bastards


  27. 71
    Greychatter says:

    Perhaps “Guido” has now given George an incentive “NOT” to waste tax payers money on Europe.


  28. 75
    Dipper says:

    Barely contained (snigger)


  29. 77 says:

    Francis Maude just stuck it to Mark Serwotka – excellent!!!


  30. 82
    Kipper says:



  31. 84
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    Phone the ambulance in advance.

    Make sure to mention they need a big stretcher.


  32. 85
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    FFS Georgie boy
    Pay them the fuckin money !


  33. 87
    All the fun of a lynching without the mess says:

    Guido, what time is Morgan on telly?


  34. 95
    The Last Quango in Paris says:

    Aaah Guido, continuing to give the EU the arse.


  35. 100
    pissed off voter says:

    Morgan on now


  36. 101
    Grex, says:

    £31 billion is a fair price not to see Guido’s naked flesh.


  37. 103
    mein kampf as a beastly house painter says:


  38. 104
    Iprintmyown businesscards says:

    Not making loans is not a bad thing.

    We have two spanking new as yet to be commissioned aircraft carriers which have cost the tax payer a fancy price.

    I am sure Dave is ‘doing all he can’ to offload one or both of these onto the EU possibly to be stationed in the Med just in case there is a war in the near future.

    We definitley don’t need to loan our hard earned money to any pesky Greeks. The have loads of brand spanking new fighter aircraft supplied by their german friends.

    I am sure Dave can do a deal here to get them to the UK for a very interesting price.

    Remember you heard it here first.


  39. 106
    Iprintmyown businesscards says:

    Total EU population 502 million

    Total UK population 62 million

    Dave therefore lost 440/62 and was left without a single friend in the room.

    The EU want Dave out because he is a waste of space just like most Brits.

    EU loses export market of 62 million while UK loses a whopping 440 million.

    A real no brainer.

    The 26 agree their own treaty and resign en bloc from the EU. Dave is left on his own and will have to pay for the whole Brussels shooting match himself even if the Scots Welsh and irish promise to do all they can to help.

    I promise you I am not making all this up.

    Dave has taken a long walk on a short plank


  40. 107
    old grumpy says:

    My problem is: WHICH WAY WOULD GUIDO JUMP?……….. That isn’t so clear. Would he be pragmatic, or dogmatic?

    Therein lies the dichotomy for Ozzy and Cambo.

    Do we let ‘em sink and start bailing ourselves, or do we give ‘em a patch for the leak!

    I also suspect Ozzy will throw ‘em a patch. The problem is that the current size of the patch is not known. While the optimists tell us it will be around £25bn, I see that the €uroshare stops some £75bn short!………. and it don’t look like anybody else is digging into their pockets…….

    ……….Then there is the issue of conditions. Loans mean one thing. Profligate waste another!


  41. 115
    Apathy Rising says:

    Spain and Italy have pledged large sums to the bail out funds even though they don’t have any money and will be beneficiaries.

    The bail out fund is a joke,


  42. 116
    WVM says:

    Here you go Guido, free of charge.


  43. 121
    Dick the Butcher says:

    Correct me if I’m wrong –
    the latest EU wheeze is to levy some dosh from its members to create a fund large enough to reach the critical mass required to get a jumbo loan from the IMF which it hopes will stave off bancruptcy for a while.

    We haven’t got 30 billion – we would have to borrow it.
    Where will this madness end?
    Quit the Eurobollox soonest.


  44. 125
    Iprintmyown businesscards says:

    If Libor had had any guts they would have taken us into the Euro 10 years ago.

    the Government would then not have been able to bail out Uk’s failing Banks and the Eurocrats and Greek pensioners would have taken a real haircut.

    Instead the problems have festered and libor landed me with a majority shareholding in some dodgy banks.

    Then along comes Dave and the share prices tank even more. There are riots in the streets and worse still I am still waiting my Bank dividend cheques!

    The only difference between Dave and libur is that Dave went to a posher school.

    I tell you something if Dave was in my school his head would have been stuck down the toilet long before now if I could have got clegg to open the cubicle door first that is.


  45. 126
    Ian e says:

    Guido in the buff – haven’t we been punished enough already?


  46. 127
    Somebody's got to care says:

    From Irwin Stelzer in the Weekly Standard

    “…..Cameron just might have taken the first step on the road to liberating Britain from the web of regulations and taxes that doom Europe to slow or no growth. It is possible that we are witnessing a huge change in the focus of British economic and foreign policy—from a focus on Europe, with its declining population, increased Islamization, rising taxes, and flawed currency, to one of reaching out to the growth areas of the world, as befits a great trading nation. “


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