February 20th, 2012

WATCH: Lansley Shot Outside Downing Street

He could have gone through the Rupert Entrance, but instead Andrew Lansley decided to brave the crowds outside Downing Street. Don’t think for a second that June Hautot was some innocent old dear, she is in fact a former union rep and organiser for “Keep NHS public”. The headlines won’t care for such minor details though…


  1. 1
    Funny says:

    Bused in ala 97.


    • 3
      • 46
        Gordon Brown says:

        Another BIGOTED woman


        • 54
          harpie says:

          He should have told the rude old bitch to fuck up.

          On another note, I thought I heard Prescott had told Ed that he should always wear a jacket. Seems that advice has been ignored today.


        • 80
          Pundit Too says:

          Another loony Labour activist bigot believing that shouting at people is the best because everyone is deaf to her ears. Then we have the backup young idiot – no quality to their argument or their persona. Says it all really.


          • Ichabod says:

            That bloody finger pointing; I once saw a chap at work grab an index finger that was constantly being pointed at him by a female supervisor, hold it, advising the prodder that if she didn’t stop he’d break it for her. I suppose not an option open to Lansley, but the vile old bat merited it.


    • 94
      AC1 says:

      Keep the NHS for NHS staff!

      Say No to allowing customer choice, it interrupts reading hello mag.


  2. 2
    a says:

    Democrat he AINT


    • 8
      Anonymous says:

      Still didn’t stop him looking like a smug Hunt in the process though


    • 111
      Archer Karcher says:

      What a motley crew of layabouts, dossers and care in the community nutters. None of them capable of even holding down a job either it would appe-ar. Ed’s core voters, could not get any uglier either.


  3. 4
    7 down (4 letters) says:

    Sounds like a daft stunt.


  4. 4
    Really? says:

    What an incredible crowd – there must have been at least fifteen people there, so long as you count in the police protecting Lansley.


    • 11
      Anonymous says:

      20 wasn’t it? Not bad considering the meeting was only announced a few hours ago.


      • 14
        Get your facts right! says:

        No, was known last week the meeting was happening today.


      • 27

        They even had time to inform the BBC and rush a cameraman round too ;)


        • 41
          Tuscan Tony says:

          The Beeb wouldn’t need to be “informed” as they’re fully interwoven with organisations of this ilk.


          • Pundit Too says:

            For a change the bbc told the truth in it as “a small crowd” without going into numbers – and we all know how laughingly useless they are on gauging tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands.
            Obviously Labour could not get a larger crowd of activists together without paying them as most were either still in bed or in the process of getting out of bed.


          • AC1 says:

            Yes. I suspect they are in the far easier task of “news”(i.e. Narrative) creation and have left the tiresome and hard-work of news-reporting behind.


      • 60
        Hang The Bastards says:

        Funny, that thug at the end who looks totally honest citizen claims that the old woman had been standing there waiting to speak to Lansley all day !

        There is nothing as vile and nasty as the LEFT !


  5. 6
    Steve Miliband says:

    Bit shouty. From the John Prescott school of politics.


  6. 7
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Another bunch of concerned ‘ordinary’ people protest against…

    Just like Jane Pilgrim, that ‘kid’ at the NUT conference – representative of Unions, The Labour Party.

    No harm in pointing out that the planned protests were planted stunts by stunted Hunts.


  7. 9
    UMMMM says:

    why aint they at work, like normal people?


  8. 10
    JH says:

    People don’t care for that sort of hectoring.

    Strange how lefties think this sort of aggressive crap strengthens their cause.


    • 66
      jgm2 says:

      It does though. Disinterested folk see mobs like this heckling ministers and they figure that maybe these protesters have a point. Particularly if they’re dressed up as members of the public. It’s the same psychology the wicked and malicious party used from 1995 or so onwards. Mobs bussed around the country to cheer on Blair at non-descript public app*earances. All packed into the camera shot conveniently taken by the BBC to suggest thousands more spontaneous supporters off-screen. All suggesting that wherever the dear leader goes the country recognises the great gift he will be to the nation.

      It becomes self-reinforcing.

      Folk get caught up in the mood. I’ve mentioned it before but there is a propaganda film ‘Triumph of the Will’ made of the Nuremburg rallies. After watching it I could see how people would get swept up in the euphoria.

      The likes of Alistair Campbell and the BBC know exactly which buttons to press. That’s why they organise stunts like this.

      The T*ries are fucking useless at this. They should arrange these things for (say) Tuesday and then hold ‘em on the Monday. Then you won’t get set up like this.


      • 73
      • 75
        Jimmy says:

        “I’ve mentioned it before but there is a propaganda film ‘Triumph of the Will’ made of the Nuremburg rallies. After watching it I could see how people would get swept up in the euphoria.”

        I’ve often wondered what makes guidophiles the way they are.


        • 84
          jgm2 says:

          Suspicious of stage-managed events you mean?


          • AC1 says:

            You’ve obviously got a terrible habit of remembering the sort of con-jobs national socialist types try to pull.

            This is obviously very threatening to Jimmy’s parasitic way of life.


        • 90
          ohh boo hooo I'm depressed says:

          Campbell….no-one has me reaching for the remote quicker than this boring turd. Whether its his lies about his own depression, his deceit about Labour’s years, alcohol, hacking and now the Sun, he’s never off the fucking tv, this tedious rent a quote.
          Not interested Alistair.
          Sidle off and give our head;s peace. Your day is gone.


        • 99
          Jimmy says:

          No I was wondering what attracted you to right wing politics and made you such a staunch defender of dictators.


          • JH says:

            Oh, Jimmy. You used to be funny, like Steve Martin did. Now look.

            You have turned into yet another you-disagree with-me-so-you-are-evil run of the mill leftie. Yawn.



          • jgm2 says:

            Hahahaha. Jimmy’s still sore after he got his arse handed to him ‘cos he still supports Blair’s insane Iraq war. Keep up Jimmy. Vacant Ned has admitted Labour made a mistake.

            PS. Hitler was a Socialist. The clue is in the name ‘National Socialists’.


          • Jimmy says:

            Clue? When did you acquire this?


          • I was awake in History lessons at school. says:

            For christ sake, sorry to differ, BUT HITLER WAS NOT A SOCIALIST – I’ve seen this several times on Order-order; he used the word “Socialist” in the name of his political party to gain support from the real socialists voters that were in Germany in the 30’s – even though he thought Socialists were an enemy of Germany. He needed to win the election legitimately (by hook or by crook, he needed socialist votes) in order to become chancellor and then destroy German democracy by legal means in order to become dictator. After he won the Jan 33 election he was reluctantly appointed Chancellor by President Hindenburg (who hated his guts). Subsequently, he became dictator (self proclaimed ‘Fuhrer’) after Hindenburg snuffed it and he had all Socialists and Communists (and many other groups of people such as the disabled, homosexuals, Jews etc) arrested and thrown into concentration camps where most of them got capped off. Germany became a police state overnight.

            Hitler had a deep seated hatred for Communists and Socialists (and just about everyone else) hence why he tried to annihilate Russia.

            I don’t usually pipe up but Hitler was responsible for the deaths of 50 million people (most of them Socialists and Communists) and it gets on my tits to hear that “Hitler was a socialist” – I missed out a few key bits for Brevities’ sake – phew :o/


          • The Bottle Fed Triplet says:

            Jimmy, try taking a good look at “The Battleship Potemkin” and the bit where the mutineers/revolutionaries turn on one poor sod and shout ‘kill the J*ews’. That phrase is never uttered in “The Triumph of the Will”. However, lefties will condemn out of hand Riefenstahl as blatant propaganda but openly discuss Eisenstein’s works in glowing terms “cos it’s interlecheral socherlism innit?” ergo acceptable anti-semitism.

            Mind you, Uncle Joe’s “Soviet Socialists” and Adolf’s “National Socialists” still had it in for the Hebrews.


          • Jimmy says:

            I’ve never really understood why so many righties seem to think that the fact that they hate different ethnic groups to the ones Hitler persecuted constitutes a major ideological departure.


        • 152
          Laney says:

          Ooh, the Nuremberg rallies. That takes me back a bit. Wasn’t Guido conceived there?


  9. 12
    Anonymous says:

    Lansley and his government mates are c’unts

    however we do have 90% of our tv programming from the USA, we are using USA insurance companies to kill disabled people so maybe it makes sense to have a USA style health service where the rich do what they like and the poor can just fuck off

    Coalition government are nazi scum


  10. 15
    Conspiracayyyyy says:

    Yall realise during the bust of 2008 they tried to get some IMF money. IMF condition was they privatised out some parts of the NHS, the juicy parts!!


    • 113
      AC1 says:

      Good! De-extorting and removing bureaucrat rationing can only help the sick.

      On the NHS, you’re a cost, not a customer and costs are minimised!


  11. 16
    Dave Laws says:

    Don’t they all go through the Rupert entrance? I know I do.


  12. 17
    Cynical-old-bag says:

    What a harridan!


  13. 18
    anonymous says:

    see the tory peers are revolting against any sort of elected HoL – they’ll lose their unelectablity and their unaccountability otherwise – grief, they’ll wanting a written constitution next – and can’t have that in a demcracy hell no!!! Bastards


    • 128
      Archer Karcher says:

      Er we actually do have a written constitution, though most who know it, dishonestly claim none exists.


  14. 19
    Loungelizard says:

    That is a good example of the difference between left and right. A screaming harpie and controlled dignity.


  15. 21
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    She looks like one of those bag ladies. LOL


  16. 22
    The Impartial observer says:

    Do we have a contender for Mad Old Bag of the Week competition here?
    Polly got it again last week, didn’t she?


  17. 25
    Desperate Dan says:

    June Hautot of the Workers Revolutionary Party. She’ll probably be on Newsnight tonight.


  18. 28

    The Lefties are a disgrace.


    • 35

      Indeed, they should be dragged outside and shot.


    • 74
      Bill Quango MP says:

      Tat could hear the other members of staff. They were going on their 45 minute break.
      He heard Meredith say “I’ll just get me bag..wait for me. “ Quickly TaT stretched his legs as wide as he could and pretended to be on his phone.
      She then entered the staffroom and saw TaT was blocking her locker again. If she’d been a smarter or wiser girl she’d have kicked him in the nuts by now. But she was just an ordinary, young, amiable teen. It never occurred to her that someone could be consumed with unprovoked, unreasoning malice for no reason other than he was pissed off with everyone for everything for ever. The only person he vaguely symapathised with was the bloke renting out the rooms in the latest BT ad.
      He liked they way the bloke had offered the room to the girl but told the bloke to fuck off. That was what TaT would do.
      in fact..he might even do it. If only he actually had a spare room. rather than just the single room he lived in.



    • 140
      EdButLookBalls says:

      Get her under Article 58-11, she’ll make a good politichesky !!


  19. 29
    Guy Martin to win TT2012 says:

    How helpful of Sky News to show her obnoxious rant twice while conducting an interview in the studio.


  20. 31
    Anonymous says:

    Move out of the way. He is a busy man – filling his friends pockets, making the rich richer and selling England by the pound.


    • 38

      EU rules stipulate that should be in kilogrammes.


      • 92

        The above Bill Quangos are not the real deal.


        • 98
          jgm2 says:

          It’s a badge of honour to have your own personal stalker Bill. It means the bedwetters are very upset with you.

          And that can only be good news. Keep up the good work.


        • 102
          Pundit Too says:

          I was certainly hoping not. Sounds more like a piss poor wanabe author trying to work out a realistic novel of a totally useless person (TUP), and with some attroshuss spelling.


          • Bill Quango MP says:

            Posting to yourself again, TaT?

            … TaT was blocking her locker again. If she’d been a smarter or wiser girl she’d have kicked him in the nuts by now. But she was just an ordinary, young teenager. It never occurred to her that someone could be consumed with unprovoked, unreasoning malice.


            Tat was sitting with his legs stretched across in front of her area, deep in his imaginary phone conversation.

            “Could you move please?” she asked. Flashing her smile that many found attractive, but TaT secretly found disturbing. It wakened the dark thoughts that he didn’t like to have. He pretended not to see or hear her. Babbling on about the amazing time he’d had at Oscars last night.

            “Could you move please?” she asked again, a little louder. TaT looked up. And threw her a furious glare. His number three glare. The one he liked to think was reserved for the slow, children and disabled people.

            “I’m very..very busy..can’t you see? Why must you people always disturb me? It would be better if you all left your locker keys with me. Then I could get things out for you. Why don’t you give me your key?” he barely believed he’d had the courage to suggest it. This was his fantasy! The key to a teen girls lockers. His heart raced just at the thought. As it did in the night when the dream became, at least for a few minutes, reality. Would this stupid slut agree? He hoped. Hoped to all the gods of Warhammer that she would…



    • 119
      AC1 says:

      I’m sorry the GP’s and consultants have already filled their, and their friends pockets.

      That’s why they’re so afraid of de-extorting Healthcare.


  21. 32
    Deb says:

    Listened on the BBC’s World at One before looking at Guido’s site – silly me – had the impression that Whitehall was packed with protestors – not just the half dozen that were there.

    And why was the College of GP’s not invited to this consultation. Might this be because their President Clare Gerada is a Labour Luvvie and would be against everything this government wants to do?


    • 57
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      No. It’s because she’s president of one of the most Luddite vested interests in history. The College of GP’s fought like wildcats to stat out of the NHS at it’s inception and now they’re fighting like wildcats to prevent any change in what is a good thing for GP’s and stuff the taxpayer. Patients don’t count.


      • 109
        Pundit Too says:

        Good thing for competent GP’s but not for the less than effectual GP’s that Clare Gerada really represents and is protecting.


      • 146
        The Bottle Fed Triplet says:

        Stuffed their mouths with gold………?


      • 147
        There's nice says:

        Patients do count. They make little “kerching” noises in the GPs’ pockets each time they are seen. That’s why GPs are against any change in the system – would you want your money source blocked? Nah, me neither ;)


        • 148
          Choocy says:

          Clearly you have no clue – like most- how GP services are funded. Unlike hospitals and Walk in Centres who are paid per contact, GPS’s are paid a flat amount for each patient per year. The amount is much less than folk pay for pet insurance, and patients can attend their GP as often as they like.

          So every time they turn up they are only getting their money’s worth.

          Now if GP’s did charge per patient contact the county probably would go bust.


  22. 34
    simon says:

    Howled with laughter with lansley running the gauntlet. I think a minister like keith Joseph would have torn Millibands fellatio club apart if he were health secretary today.


  23. 37
    Raving Loon says:

    Wake me up when we have a free market in healthcare, until then I’ll sleep through this non-reform.


  24. 39
    The last Quango in Paris says:

    Looks like some of them could do with an appointment at the NhS


  25. 40
    Andrew's Mum says:

    He’s a multi millionaire …. compared to you impecunious peasants!

    Try that again and I’ll have him throw you all on the country house fire next time there’s a nip in the air….. ( due respects to the Emperor of course ).


  26. 42
    Cordwangler says:

    Do these scumbags work in the NHS? I wouldn’t want them looking after my medical needs.


  27. 44
    McCavity's Dog says:

    I wish I was a cat like my Master!!


  28. 45
    Revenge is a dish best served to Labour activists says:

    Just privatise the whole shooting match and enjoy watching these professional harridans have a coronary.

    Then announce the break-up of the BBC and that firms will be invited to compete to produce content under the BBC brand.

    Then as a final encore announce welfare benefits will drop to zero for healthy people who haven’t found work within 12 months.

    Politics should be fun. You don’t need to be on the back-foot boys.


    • 59
      Steve Miliband says:

      Privatise A and E for starters. Drunks turning up at 2.00 am should have to pay up for treatment


      • 123
        AC1 says:

        Subsidising real drunks give the government a way to hector and boss around the middle classes enjoying the odd tipple.


  29. 47
    BBC News Team says:

    You can clearly hear Lansley say to the poor old lady “Out of the way you bigoted stinking old poor person” and see him give her a one inch punch as he passes the rest of the disabled and vulnerable crowd there.

    Just like our last night’s news report on the Forest Hill Police’s tasering & shooting /attempted murder of a local church going pillar of society (which we felt strongly justified in also including London riot footage and images of Mark Duggan in the middle of to make sure everyone got the point), we will also now report Lansley’s vicious attack on this heroic pensioner to the nation appropriately to make sure the truth is out there for everyone to see.


    • 104
      Ichabod says:

      You ARE Norman Smith are’nt you .


      • 121
        Pundit Too says:

        Don’t hear much of Smith these days – whatever happened to him as he was always on the radio.
        I would suggest that Lansley copies a lesson from another minister and sends every GP and medical training establishment in the land, especially the GP’s in charge of Clare Gerada’s College of GP’s; the DVD “The Death of Mr. Lazarus” with the message to each of them “do you recognise any of these attitudes in the NHS?” Could it be YOU?


  30. 49
    Baron Hogwash says:

    Boo, boo – intellectual debate NOT – mob of leftie lunatics think they represent the real people of the country.


  31. 51
    Hang The Bastards says:

    Lansley should have given the vile lefties banshee a big fucking SLAP !


  32. 52
    Some Geezer wot's seen his share of political theatre says:

    When has it ever been MSM practice to “name and shame” a put-up-job of a demonstrator heckling a politician when that demonstrator is (A) an appeeling[modbot] visual, as in an old bat shrieking like that and (B) “their cause is just,” i.e., it’s a position most in the MSM subscribe to personally. The fact that this is being done merely to embarrass Lansley by attempting to show him as “uncaring” is aided and abetted by the video coverage of it; what other effect could the demonstration have hoped to have, FFS?


  33. 53
    Andrew lansley says:

    That was a disaster…should never have put me with that woman. Whose idea was that?

    Aide: I don’t know, I didn’t see her.

    Steve’s I think. Just ridiculous.

    Aide: Not sure that they’ll go with that one.

    They will go with that one.

    Aide: What did she say?

    Everything, she was just a sort of bigoted woman who said she used to be Labour.


  34. 56
    Simon B says:

    It’s time to privatise the NHS. These reforms don’t go far enough.

    You want health care? Fine. Pay for it yourself. It’s not my responsibility to keep you alive.

    The US system is not perfect – but it sorts the wheat from the chaff and that’s what we need here.


  35. 58
    Dr Kildare says:

    ” Lansley Shot Outside Downing Street ” ?

    Is he still alive — if so has he been admitted / accepted by an A & E ??


  36. 61
    Anonymous says:

    oh oh… what’s that sketch?
    Is it Monty Python or French& Saunders with the mad woman in the street who ends up getting worked she throws her carrier bags around?


  37. 64
    Shocked of Sheen says:

    Lansley behaved with admirable restraint IMHO.


  38. 68
    Gonk says:

    Was she ill or something ?


  39. 69
    Anonymous says:

    “shot” eh? I was worried at first – thought regime change had begun without me. And with a wimpy mercy killing. But just some hype from tory high command.


  40. 71
    Bongler says:

    Stooges protecting their cosy interests.

    They don’t want to be told to increase productivity because it means less tea breaks and an end to the “pilgrim” scam.


  41. 72
    Paul says:

    Innocent dear or Unison activist, she still came across as a whining, shrill bitch – wish Lansley of one of the coppers gave her a right good shove out of the way


  42. 76
    himindoors says:

    The resemblance is uncanny…


  43. 77
    GORDON BROWN says:

    Who let that Bigoted woman stand there ?


  44. 79
    Taxfodder says:

    Innocent old lady or…not.

    she has an opinion and, she is sharing it with others.

    Dodgy Dave’s selective democracy only likes to share with those who agree with him.

    The rest are irrelevant….sounds more like a bong bongo banana state to me.

    Oh bugger I was forgetting….it is!


  45. 81
    Anonymous says:

    what a shower of morons blatant leftie set up


  46. 83
    Anonymous says:

    a strong and assured rant perfomance from ..er.. whasser name?


  47. 87
    GORDON BROWN says:

    Why are all these EU idiots hell bent of forcing Greece to take money it can never pay back ?
    Financial experts all say that they would be better to dump the euro and reinstate their old currency and devalue it to stand any chance of ever getting out of the mess !


    • 95
      Well it's a thought says:

      But Gordon your Britain’s monetary savior how can you be asking mere crapheads like us about financing a country when you had 13 years of telling us you were the worlds savior, how disappointing.


      • 112
        Loungelizard says:

        Anyone know what Gordon is up to? Lot of puff pieces in the media just of late. Wonderful human being sort of shite. The word is that he has one big balls up left in him before he finally goes totally insane. As it’s bound to be on a global scale I’d like a bit of warning.


  48. 97
    David says:

    I have listened to this windbag’s rant twice and I cannot understand a word she is screeching. It is a pity she did not engage Lansley with a smile and sweet femininity-perhaps she would have had a better response. Imagine having to negotiate with this lady on union business…!


    • 130
      Pundit Too says:

      They should have sent in the two young ladies that fed the ego of St Vince of the Broomcupboard. Oh I forgot, Labour do not have any appealing women.


  49. 100
  50. 101
    I don't need no doctor says:

    There is nothing that stoops lower than a labourite socialist.


  51. 103
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Was the screeching old woman Tom Watson’s mother?


    • 124
      The Dirty Rat says:

      Has the fat c*n* got a mother? I thought he was conceived in a Petri dish.


    • 141
      EdButLookBalls says:

      Twatson was a product of Mary Shelley!. How could that fat Hunt get down any birth canal FFS! (not Fatbutt’s neither!)


  52. 107
    Baron Hogwash says:

    Was one of the loonies shouting “I am a GP” – fook sake – glad she ain’t my GP if she is such a militant loony.


  53. 118
    Chris Miller says:

    I think that old bag was actually Terry Jones in ‘Brian’s Mum’ mode. Priceless


  54. 120
    MandyPickleSniffer says:

    It’s very easy to get face recognition software to figure out who that despicably vile leftist lunatic witch is, where she lives, where she was bussed in from, and who paid for her incoherent rant. She should then immediately be deported to Saudi Arabia where she can enjoy a nice life. What a complete fcuking Hunta kenteh.

    I could never be in politics because I would most certainly have head-butted her & smashed her nose. Although…I suppose that’s not too far from the sheeet prescott got away with.


    • 133
      BBC Auditor says:

      We are searching for her this very minute and we expect her to be identified within today. We will check her credentials and give her some public relations training and a left wing script so that she can be on our screens and airwaves non-stop for the next week.


      • 135
        BBC Auditor says:

        Sorry I forgot to mention that the wardrobe and makeup department will have to work overtime on her.


  55. 125
    annette curton says:

    Lol, angry Transylvanian villagers confront Frankenstein.


  56. 134
    The Dirty Rat says:

    Why didn’t he do a Prescott on her and kick her in the crumpet?


  57. 136
    mark says:

    nice shot of plod trying to hide as per usual


  58. 137
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    New footage of June Hautot just released :-)


  59. 138

    I think she was on the ‘keep NHS public’ bandwagon when the last Labour government was running it, yet she blames Thatcher for privatising it.

    She also took her local council to court (I think she won) over redevelopment of the Battersea power station. She stood as an independent in the council elections circa 2002, presumably over the same issue. She got <5% of the vote.


  60. 139
    Show Business for ugly people says:

    Did she call him a disaster and say he should be taken out and shot?

    Is she that kind of Trot?


  61. 143
    Sharon says:

    What a hideously screeching old woman!

    Why the hell should anyone waste their energy by trying to talk sense to some old dragon spitting vile into your face.

    Frankly I’d rather slap the lot of them. Awful bunch of no marks.


  62. 151
    robbie says:

    Davina Spart- the alternative voice….


  63. 153
    The Staff of " Casualty" says:

    Has ” Shot ” Lansley expired yet or does he insist on being
    ” taken out and shot ?”


Seen Elsewhere

Does Europe Really Want Britain to Quit? | Nick Wood
Immigration Nation | Hopi Sen
Tories Choose Anti-Israel Candidate in Rochester | JC
Osborne’s Daycare Obsession is a Time Bomb | Kathy Gyngell
BBC Marr Pinko Trying to Ban the Queen | Speccie
Eric Hobsbawm: Companion of Dishonour | Standpoint
Guido Party Gossip | Iain Dale
Russell Brand Comes Out as 9/11 Truther | Guardian
Health Revolution is Underway | Fraser Nelson
UKIP Gets Professional | Red Box
Kelly Tolhurst Wins Rochester Open Primary | BBC

Find out more about PLMR

Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann on Cameron’s refusal to pay the £1.7 billion EU bill by December 1st:

“Well, then he’s gonna pay on December 2nd”

Mycroft says:

Have you read the last bit of Animal Farm?

You know where the animals are looking through the Farmhouse window?

My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

Be careful, the sudden self-congratulatory tone, the slightly pudgy outline of indulgence and you become exactly what you should despise.

The jolly face of the Quisling Cameron poses for your camera has mesmerised and deceived you, you who were once not so deceived.

You were no firebrand, you were a damp squib in my opinion, sorry.

You need a damned good kick up the ahse!

Tip off Guido
Web Guido's Archives

Subscribe me to:


AddThis Feed Button

Guido Reads

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 1,544 other followers