March 2nd, 2012

Guardianista Pigs Walk on Two Legs

Not really sure what to make of the Guardian’s advert, the management seem very proud of it. Alan Rusbridger says it is about what they mean by “open news” as they move towards a mutual form of journalism. Meaning probably that they won’t pay for content, the HuffSlo Arianna model of slave-journalism is already mirrored over at Comment is Free (of charge). So many wannabees crave having Guardian bylines that they will write for free. Which is just as well, because that is probably the only way the Guardian is going to avoid bankruptcy.

In the newspaper’s reception they have put stuffed pigs staring at Guardian staff as they walk in:

Given the amount of hypocrisy at Kings Place in the building that is the HQ of left-of-centre hand-wringing; the hundreds of millions in offshore GMG corporate holdings in the Caymans tax haven, the half-a-million quid a year reward for failure paid to the editor of a loss-making paper that rails against high-pay, the columns from the multi-millionairess anti-poverty campaigner Polly Toynbee, the support for comprehensive schools from journalists who went to and send their children to private schools, it seems fair to quote Orwell to them:

“No question now, what had happened to the faces of the pigs. The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.”

After all, the Guardian’s pigs do walk on two legs…


157 Comments

  1. 1
    Public service notice says:

    The Guardian is worse than the Mirror.

    I see Polly is moaning about tax credits today, can someone explain to her that it is a massive waste of money? better of to lower tax for everyone.

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    • 7
      Ivor Tapeworm says:

      But if they simpliied things, there would be no non-jobs for obese frumps in the Department of Works and Pensions! It’s hard work being a box-ticking lardball.

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      • 38
        V1le Labour ruined my Country says:

        V1le Labour tried to make everyone dependant on the state hence benefits for everyone. This was to try and excuse all the state parasites they hired that vote Labour. This all needs to be smashed now with at least a million parasites eliminated to cut the tax bill.

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        • 129
          Lord Wayne of trombone says:

          congrats to the EDITOR of the GUARDIAN on this 7% inflation busting pay rise

          I am not a numbers man but how does this tally with the % fall or rise in sales of the paper?

          Just asking !!

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      • 40
        The General Public says:

        Exactly – why have a simple, efficient tax system when you can pay a couple of thousand incompetent Scousers in the HMRC call-centre to tax the populace in the first place and then pay a couple of thousand incompetent Geordies at the DWP call-centre to give some of it back?

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      • 99
        Ivor Tapeworm says:

        The way the DWP works is this.

        You write a letter to them. They lose it.
        You send a copy to them. They lose that too.
        You send another copy. They send it to somewhere like Liverpool to have it opened.
        Then it is sent somewherre else while it sits in a pile until they allocate someone to look at it.
        If you are lucky, after a month they might read the letter.

        The DWP is totally, utterly fucking useless.

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        • 132
          taC eht abbaJ says:

          I see you’ve found the DWP fast track route, congratulations…

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          • Public Sector Worker says:

            I see no one here has worked out that DWP has nothing to do with tax credits and that it is in fact all administered via HMRC.

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        • 149
          Colin the Meek says:

          Sounds like BT, to be fair, though most of their incompetent twats are in India.

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    • 36
      Rage Against the Political Elite. says:

      Who is worse is of no consequence. They are all the fu-king same like the Political class, Missing the Real news and massaging the masses and filling them full of Sh-t. Still no one covering the Lawyer who witnessed the underpants bomber being helped onto the plane by Suits with badges.
      No one covering the Rig blow out in Nigeria 17th of Jan. No wonder they have to do the global news on LOOPS as every one needs to get it about 20 times till they believe it.
      State sponsored Media started with Thatcher smashing Fleet Street to pieces. No balanced news. Immigration lies, Phoney Drug War, WMD. A bankrupt country with bankrupt policies. Make sense really

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      • 103

        Incoming!!!… Foil hats at the ready….F*CK, F*CK F*CK! Some of their thought control has got me!

        “They” can’t even cover up their own expenses theft, but “they” can control all of the media? They can lie, but not for very long, because they are really sh*t at it.

        The truth is out there….. trying to find your delusions.

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        • 152
          Dole says:

          Better tin foil hat than hyperthyroid.

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        • 157
          Rage Against the Political Elite. says:

          Just shows how much of a thick Cu-t you really are, Your secondary modern education and Sun subscription are showing.

          So you think the Political fraudster class that sit in the house are in Charge. Ha ha ha ha ha ha, Wake up and Take your Tin Foil off.

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    • 89
      Simple Simon says:

      I’m afraid that video is lost on me. Is it about the pigs raiding people’s homes or about pigs squatting in people’s homes or loan wolves?

      I hope it cost them a fortune to make it

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  2. 2
    Archbishop says:

    OT

    Good to see UK banks taking billions of € from the European central Bank !

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-03-02/barclays-takes-8-2-billion-euros-of-three-year-money-from-ecb.html

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  3. 3
    Whippersnapper2 says:

    Not only do they walk on 2 legs but much more frighteningly they breed into the gene pool. Disgusting anti-Semitic piece of garbage the rag is. I am delighted to say I have NEVER paid money for a copy in my life ….ever. In fact one of my more pleasurable moments a couple of years ago was to delete them from my browser. It’s amazing what kick you can get from a click. (of a mouse) Try it….

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  4. 4
    genghiz the kahn says:

    “Somehow it seemed as though the farm had grown richer without making the animals themselves any richer— except, of course, for the pigs and the dogs.”

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  5. 5
    Bent City Solicitors says:

    And Guido’s famous Irish banks borrowing billions from ECB also

    After decades of vast EU susbidies !

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  6. 5
    Old Canute says:

    Not very Halal/Kosher, are they?

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  7. 8
    Another Engineer says:

    OT – It seems Huhne has to wait until October for his trial.

    Should keep him quiet for a while…

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    • 41
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      Surely if he is as innocent as he says, it would be in his best interests to get the thing over with as quickly as possible?

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  8. 9
    maggie the dog says:

    Best not to read the Guardian best just to wipe your arse with it

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  9. 10
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Just who else in the UK, apart from the low earners, pays the full amount of tax? Does the low earner have the opportunity for tax avoidance like those on high incomes. Where is the fairness, where is the we are all in this together.
    How can tax avoidance be allowed?

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  10. 11
    Legal beagle says:

    While you are on newspapers

    Is anyone keeping a running score on the number of journalists arrested and charged ?

    I see the defence correspondent of the SUN was bailed yesterday

    That must make about 20 journos in total ?

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  11. 12
    Jenny Tonge says:

    I don’t like bagels.

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  12. 13
    nudge nudge says:

    Guido, that’s a big axe you continue to grind.

    Even after all this time still upset about failing that interview?

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  13. 15
    Polly Toynbee says:

    My heart bleeds for the poor. As long as they’re nowhere near where I live. I like rich white people around me.

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    • 20
      Loftytom says:

      THough plainly not Jewish people.

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    • 64
      AC1 says:

      Polly is Billy Bragg is drag.

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    • 81
      Handycock (Immigrant Trafficker) says:

      Me too. I have facilitated all these asylum seekers coming into Portsmouth for huge profits for a few of us on the council and my ‘boys;’ I and the wife live in white suburb of Fareham, Portschester. We don’t want them anywhere near us. We also have a villa in Spain to get away from them all. Polly, perhaps the Guardian could write some articles about me, I might get some decent press for a change. Boaz.

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      • 109
        Portsmouth Asylum Seeker says:

        Thanks for letting me and my family live in Portsmouth, Lord Handycock. We are setting up a business importing bush meat from Africa, bringing in workers for manual jobs such as cleaning who we arrange visas for, and every member of the family is bringing in their immediate relatives as they are allowed to in law, then they will bring in their relatives etc etc. Our free accommodation, provided by your boys is wonderful, as is the NHS and free education, we didn’t have any of this back home. All this and we don’t have to work, with your wonderful government giving us money. Salaam great Lord, we will all vote for you for ever.

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        • 136
          Handycock (Immigrant Trafficker) says:

          And make sure all your relatives do as well, that is part of the deal.

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          • Portsmouth City Council is the most corrupt council in the UK if not the world says:

            Robert Mugabe and Goodluck Johnathan. Brilliant Handy, get the Government to pay you to take in Immigrants, get your boys to build and house them with you providing the planning permissions, and get their rents paid by the council, killing many birds with one stone. Your boys launder their drug profits making millions in the process, you and your council cronies get backhanders and you get huge political donations. A genius scam, you remain our hero, we are all following your lead in Africa. Who else could have moulded politics, the public sector, and crime, all in the same package and make millions from it, brilliant. Boaz.

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  14. 16
    Len McCluskey, leader of the Labour Party says:

    Let’s all unite!

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  15. 18
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Where’s the bit about nepotism, tax avoidance, big bonuses at failing newspapers, corrupting the police, financial engineering to lower tax bills, unpaid interns, rigged inquiries, bent politicians and closing down rival papers?

    Funny how there is nothing on enterprise, entrepreneurship, profits, weak democracy in the EU.

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  16. 21
    Sophie says:

    http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/100140857/cameron-vindicated-grateful-libyan-people-thank-britain-for-their-liberation-from-gadaffi/

    The defining image from Camerons Libyan folly.

    Well done – another massive failure for Heath 2.

    Blue Labour – o_u_t

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  17. 22
    grobdj says:

    I rest my case

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    • 138
      Jo Cox says:

      Who in the name of Heaven is Jo Cox — and pertinently who gives a plugged damn.

      ( Am I a figment of Sarah’s turgid imagination ? Do I exist only in cyberspace ? Am I capable of Yogic Flying ? Does any body give a Flying F— ??

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  18. 23
    Cabbage? Sarah is the very definition of dull says:

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  19. 24
    Jenny Tonge says:

    I like Yusuf Islam. But don’t get me started on Woody Allen and Ofra Haza.

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  20. 25
    Sir Tugalot says:

    The rag of self-hating over-educated underachievers. Football coverage is quite good though.

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  21. 26
    Anonymous says:

    Guido.
    How can you avoid the same charge of hypocrisy?
    You don’t pay for content.
    And your pro-Israel, pro-banker and pro-Murdoch attitudes surely don’t bring in any moolah.
    Aren’t you, then, also just a parasite?
    And you can’t get over the Grauniad’s exposure of Murdoch, can you.

    Tony

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    • 32
      Hi polly says:

      S wrong on a few levels.

      Guardian hire unpaid interns and complains about workfare, Guido doesnt, he pays interns and is in favour of workfare.

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      • 141
        Bored of this shit says:

        The Guardian do pay their interns.

        Guido’s piece this week was about a two week work experience programme not an internship.

        They are two separate things and shouldn’t be confused.

        An internship is effectively on the job training, where both the employer and the intern gain something from the scheme. Which is why both Guido and the Guardian are right to pay their interns.

        Work experience is usually much shorter (in the case of the Graun it’s 2-3 weeks), and designed to give the person a bit of an insight/taster into a particular role or industry. In this case, the employer gains very little from the arrangement; the main benefit is felt by the person on the work experience.

        Guido is no doubt aware of this difference. But his writing relies on the failure of his below-the-line readers to make these distinctions or to critically analyse what he or his intern, Neo-Guido, write.

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    • 35
      Ah! Monika says:

      Guido pays dearly for his content.
      He has to read through piles of shite

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      • 45
        Jane Birkin from Paris says:

        Who apart from Guido reads the fuckin Guardian?

        Its crap.

        They offered me a free internet application. Then the next thing I know is they are calling me Jane and asking me for money.

        I told them to fuck off.

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    • 46
      Hi polly says:

      Pro Murdoch? thats why Guido has a coulom in the Star on sunday?

      Pro-Israel ? shit breaking news shocker.

      Pro banker? More like Pro free market and nt state bailouts.

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    • 58
      Sophie says:

      Remind us again how much taxpayer cash is funnelled to Guido for advertising highly paid non jobs in the public sector?

      Just think of all those low payed workers paying tax so that the editor of the Guardian can live comfortably in the 1%

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    • 63
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      If it bothers you so much, stop commenting. You won’t be missed.

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    • 79
      AC1 says:

      Anonymong.
      Anonymong.
      Why are they
      so fucking wrong?

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  22. 29
    Anonymous says:

    That’s so blindingly obvious you have to wonder if they did it on purpose.

    I’m sure the grauniad knows what they are and are now just taking the piss to see how far they can push it.

    Think they’ll get away with this one too…. hmm wonder what they can do next?

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  23. 30
    Anonymous says:

    Could somebody just confirm to me that the world has ended because a bloke rodes a mate’s horse two years ago. I am confused.

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    • 56
      Mayan Department of Taxes says:

      You are correct. All taxes have been abolished for the 2012/13 accounting period. However you will still need to submit your return by the appropriate date or face a penalty surcharge of 15% or £30, whichever is the greater.

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  24. 31
    Maverick Ways says:

    Strange that the Gaurdian, of all free press organs, should be advocating pig-on-pig violence.

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  25. 34
    Not very sunny says:

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  26. 37
    Jane Birkin from Paris says:

    I could not believe what happened this morning.

    Cameron goes zooming off at my expense to some Euro Summit to discuss the fuckin economic crisis. He manages to give an impromptu Press Conference. in his first sentence he refers to the term economic growth three times. He then goes on to talk about Syria and human rights violations before walking off.

    I tell you the guy is a complete and utter wanker.

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    • 72
      Sophie says:

      Jane,

      Cherck out Dellers at The Telegraph today.

      The Libyans are showing their gratitude to the British by desecrating our war graves.

      Another winning strategy from Blue Labour.

      Vote UKIP.

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      • 101
        Nothing good ever seems to come out of the Middle East says:

        It is a pity, is it not, that Dave Cameron has chosen to involve himself with such unpleasant people. I wonder why the British Ambassador sitting up on the 24th Floor of Tripoli Tower is so useless and quiet?

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        • 143
          Jane Birkin from Paris says:

          I think you will find that Sarko got all the Gold and Dinars deposited in French Banks.

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  27. 42
    Anonymous says:

    So off-topic but here you are;

    The Scottish First Minister will be savaged by a dead sheep today. Millibrand is in Dundee to attack the blessed leader.
    Stand by for wall to wall coverage on the Beeb

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    • 71
      Alex Salmond says:

      Don’t tell anyone

      But Young and Empty Eddie will win over thousands of voters to me

      He looks like a p***, behaves like a p**** walks like a p**** and can only be described as an adolescent p****

      (please fill in the **** as you see fit)

      Like young Cammy with his Scotch name and Oxford sassernack accent

      I would like to see him with a few Rangers fans…

      And don’t even mention Cleggie….

      They will give me a landslide

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      • 113
        The UK is becoming East Germany circa 1976 says:

        Let’s face it, with the exception of Brown, anyone would look good against either Cameron, Clegg or Miliband. They are all soaking wet lightweights, without a principle worth fighting for between them.

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  28. 47
    Transatlantic Twaddle says:

    Remind me to avoid the Guardian’s foreign news pages. They seem not know which country they are pretending to be writing about. The police were dressed in American uniforms but speaking with English accents.

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    • 148
      Business Cat (Specializing in yarns, Cdn owned & op) says:

      Remind me to avoid The Guardian altogether (it is notorious even in North America).

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  29. 62
    Webwrights says:

    Well, it’s a bleedin’ metaphor, innit, Guv. The advertisment is a metaphor for ‘The Guardian’ itself: a complex piece of beautifully-produced rubbish, hugely enjoyable to look at but not to be taken seriously.

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  30. 69
    Now It Can Be Revealed! says:

    Of course, it all started in America: Maxwell the Pig flogs automobile insurance, so his British cousins decided they’d get into the insurance business too…

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  31. 75
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    The problem with the Guardian is it’s read by the BBC and taken by the BBC as THE source for all news stories.

    “…By far the most popular and widely read newspapers at the BBC are The Guardian and The Independent. ­Producers refer to them routinely for the line to take on ­running stories, and for inspiration on which items to cover. In the later stages of my career, I lost count of the number of times I asked a producer for a brief on a story, only to be handed a copy of The Guardian and told ‘it’s all in there’….”

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1349506/Left-wing-bias-Its-written-BBCs-DNA-says-Peter-Sissons.html

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    • 155
      Leftism is a mild mental disorder says:

      Yeah, I agree….One can laugh at the Guardian for thinking they give ‘the full picture’ on the world, because just like the people at the BBC they only tend to meet people like themselves, and so therefore genuinely believe, and because they are so out of touch their self importance makes me chuckle. As most BBC/public sector jobs that are advertised within newspapers appear in the employment section of the Guardian (making sure the ‘correct kind’ of people are found- lefties) it is harder to laugh at the BBC for peddling the same sort of nonsense. Mostly because it forces me to pay £145.50, under threat of jail, should I wish to have a colour television in my house. Lastly, the idea of sticking mock-ups of wolves and pigs (representative of ‘the man’ presumably) in the reception so as they finish their cycle ride or car-share journey from Islington, with only so much time for a granola bar, the staff walk past to be reminded of their lofty quest to jump on the next trendy bandwagon and keep the little people informed….is so unbelievably pompous and narcissistic I can barely believe it.

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  32. 82
    Bob Crow is a big fat baby says:

    The Times: Huhne hires Redknapp’s barrister for trial

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  33. 83
    Postal Vote says:

    It remains New Labour’s i.e. Blair’s and Campbell’s cleverest trick: bribing the Guardian through all the public sector job ads revenue to get positive commentary from a broadsheet that the beeb in turn reads out in their news broadcasts.

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  34. 84
    Rob Roy says:

    There is absolutely no need for an English born London bred intellectual politician to become embroiled in this referendum matter.

    We would much rather such people keep their noses out.

    Countless generations of Scots have been downtrodden. All we want is the ability to mess up our own lives in the future without you English doing it for us.

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    • 87
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      “downtrodden” my arse.

      Presumably its a nationalism thing and you’d like your wicked moustache twiddling factory owners to be Scottish.

      Oh, and thats quite hilarious. “intellectual” is a bad thing for scottish independence is it?

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      • 107
        Pedalpoweredwheelchair says:

        ” “downtrodden” my arse” = Best Line I’ve Read All Morning.

        That’s a seriously nation-sized arse you must have.

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    • 93
      Stinkfinger says:

      Us English share exactly the same DNA as you Scots and Welsh.
      Britain was divided by the Romans.
      The border of Scotland and England also happens to be the high water mark of the Roman empire.
      That’s a fucking coincidence.
      Be like the Irish and fight for a united Island.

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      • 100
        Pedalpoweredwheelchair says:

        Not completely accurate: The Irish are North Atlantic haplotype semi-purists who have far less non-Caucasian DNA in them. The irony therefore being that the “earliest” Britons are more closely related to the Irish and the Basques than to the various Johnny-Come-Latelys who turned up in the UK – Jutes, Angles, Saxons etc.

        Ultimately, yes, we’re just one great race called “Caucasian” but the group’s defining DNA type is found most strongest in western Ireland and then weakens as you head east through mainland Europe.

        Boring as that is, what it means is this: There’s no true racial difference between an Englishman and a Scot BUT The most “British” of the two is still the Scot/Irishman/Welshman or the Cumbrian Englishman….the more Celtic ancestry you have (and Celtic is just a cultural label) the more chance that your family has been here for far, far, far longer.

        But fuck it, who really cares? Everyone knows the Irish are the master race in the western world.

        26 US Presidents can’t be wrong
        :-P

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    • 96
      AC1 says:

      > Countless generations of Scots have been downtrodden

      Mainly by fellow Darien planning scots… The land that gave the world Adam Smith is a laughing stock.

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      • 122
        A Scot says:

        What a load of crap. I am fed up with people who peddle this moany nonsense. Grow a pair and stop whinging like an Liverpudlian.

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      • 123
        A Scot says:

        Sorry AC1, I meant for that to be a reply to Rob Roy there.

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        • 144
          Rob Roy says:

          Just give us our freedom and we will leave Liverpool alone.

          You know you will be much better off without us.

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  35. 85
    jacky Treehorn says:

    Stuffed pigs in the reception? Surely that’s being insesitive to Muslims.
    Someone will have to go on a diversity awareness course for this.

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  36. 88
    bergen says:

    They managed utterly to wreck the Observer. From being the best of the Sundays it is now unreadable, left-wing equivocating garbage.

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    • 94
      Pedalpoweredwheelchair says:

      You meant to put another comma after “left-wing”. That said, with or without the comma I’m not sure you really know what you mean by “equivocating” other than that it makes use of twelve smart letters and a verb better written as “loquacious”.

      Miiiiiaaaaaaaoooowwwww!!

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  37. 91
    Pedalpoweredwheelchair says:

    Judging by the standard of English on show in most of the comments here, I’d say well over 75% of you read The Grauniad!

    Judging by the bitter, conspiratorial nature of the non-content of the said comments, I’d judge that the remaining 25% of you are unpublished hacks writing for the University of Whever-shire Student Gazette.

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    • 110
      Judge and ye shall something or other says:

      Judging by the use of the exclamation mark you probably have no sense of humour, explaining jokes and repeating punchlines when 100% of people edge away because they don’t find you funny.

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    • 121
      albacore says:

      Well, thank you, Judge Dredd
      Now, go back to bed
      And, when you subside
      Get out the right side

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      • 124
        Judge and ye shall be something or other says:

        That is a better reply than mine Albacore, which went by the by due to the modding. Anyway, the use of the exclamation mark is always a give-away: he’s a humourless chap who needs to lighten up.

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        • 125
          Pedalpoweredwheelchair says:

          Actually this is the first time I’ve ever commented on this blog. But I do enjoy the idea of being mistaken for a grinch of long standing.

          Oh….and the exclamation mark: !

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          • albacore says:

            Erm, you did go a little large on that “judging”
            And we’re ever so sorry for all our fudging
            We’ll just have to try to aspire to your level
            Now just go and do one, you silly old devil

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  38. 92
    Guilty of a serious crime says:

    Chris Huhne hires Harry redknapp’s legal team

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/9118091/Chris-Huhne-hires-Harry-redknapps-legal-team.html

    .
    That’s as good as an admission of guilt then.

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  39. 95
    FUCK THE LIMPDICK GAMES says:

    Cameron has welcomed further Eu expansion with his welcome of Serbia joining the path to full inclusion

    So thats yet more Eastern European mafia’s , and a couple of hundred thousand new benefit claimants to look forward to !

    What a prick !

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    • 150
      inside- out says:

      During their recent General Election,there were more votes cast than the population of the country.So its a fair bet they are a corrupt nation.

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  40. 102
    Thomas says:

    It isn’t right or proper to compare Grauniad journos to pigs. Pigs are intelligent and decent animals and this is a slur on their good names.

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  41. 111
    Shylock Rusbridger says:

    The more who write for free, the more in my pocket

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  42. 112
    I agree with you but very much resent your aspursions to piggies says:

    For a start,

    1. Piggies are clever, go anywhere, do as you please, get on with life creatures.

    2. They taste good

    3. They use up tit bits

    4. They are good company – NO! – don’t laugh – The Great Man himself enjoyed their company too!

    In contrast:

    The Grouniad Tendency

    1. Are thick as shit

    2. Do not go anywhere except when paid

    3. They only go on the best hols / hotels / and do not get on wiv life except on very narrow and highly ‘refined’ terms

    4. They do not taste good – if you doubt me, – fancy a mouthful of Mad Hat or Pol?

    5. They only frequent the best ‘foodie’ shops and pseudo-shitty restaurants

    6. They only have one understanding of tit-bits

    7. They are LOUSY company!

    Enough already!

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  43. 117
    Pedalpoweredwheelchair says:

    The pig is a much maligned creature. The target of religious squabbles, the figure of Orwellian caricature, the byword for “policeman”, the very symbol of filth.

    Yet to compare this most delicious of sandwich fillers to a journo is beyond the pale. And in this, I am in aggreement with every other shithead in this thread.

    Oh the SWINE!!

    The BOARS!!

    THE GRAUNIAD SCUM!

    Here Endeth Rant the Second.

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  44. 118
    Thomas from Tonna says:

    According to the Guardian Court Interpreters are being offered a 20p per mile travel allowance.

    Perhaps this figure should be adopted throughout the state sector parliament and the press.

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  45. 120
    Honest says:

    That’s a typical image I associate with the Gaurdianista hacks.

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  46. 127
    will says:

    having watched the advert it sounds like something put together by a 6th form art student (sorry to 6th art students who could do better).

    Wating the public to provide you with free stories is very sad. I wonder how many free interns and work experience people the guardian really has at present.

    I bet the guardian next trixk will be to close the observer as they have never really liked it and replace it with a Sunday guardian instead.

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  47. 128
    Anonymous says:

    Anything that winds up so many miserable right wingers is good value at £1.20? I think I’ll take out a subscription

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    • 130
      will says:

      Typical leftie comment, it explains it all why spend £1.20 on the guardian, when you can get it free online. you dont know the value of money you lefties thats why we are bankrupt as a country !!!

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    Paul says:

    Dear God, I’ve just wasted 122 seconds watching that pretentious shite

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  49. 135
    Billy Bear says:

    What’s the deal with the pigs wearing old fashioned Northern style clobber and the wolf in the suit. What are they trying to say there?

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  50. 140
    brooks says:

    The “pig” on the right of the picture seems to be a fox. Has it come to blow their house down by any chance?

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