March 4th, 2012

Read Guido in the Daily Star on Sunday


  1. 1
    Hmmm says:

    Is it true that topless pic of someone is there , but only for the ladies?


  2. 2
    Sir William Waad says:

    I’ll have to wait until the under-gardener has finished with it.


    • 7
      da Inquirer says:

      What’s he got it under?


    • 12

      Is your man perhaps acting as an under-labourer in clearing the ground a little, and removing some of the rubbish that lies in the way to knowledge?


    • 30
      Libertarian says:

      Effoff Geedo, I’m not buying the Daily Twathead.
      I’m getting dubious about even reading your rightwing blog, now you’ve defected to the MSM.


      • 67
        A Crouching Bear says:

        I read most of the mainstream media regurgitated in one form or other in the various blogs I come across. Finding trully original material online is getting rarer and rarer these days, just as reading stuff in the mainstreammedia that hasn’t arrived there through the filter of someone’s PR department. I was disappointed when I saw Guido selling out, but have thought about it and feel he should be cut a little slack. The man is not a monk.


        • 103
          Libertarian says:

          Bullshit. Geedo getting into bed with dirty Des nails his flag to the mast and they are the enemy.


          • final solution says:

            I’m sure he’s gutted to learn you and your sockpuppets are disappointed in him, especially if you decide to FUCK OFF.


          • AC1 says:

            You could cancel your subscription and guido will reimburse you the remainder of the contract.


          • Libertarian says:

            It looks like you’ll have to get a subscription to dirty Des’s rag instead (though you probably already have….).


        • 111
          A Monk says:

          Indeed not Sir! I’ve never seen him in the Habit!


        • 146
          A Daily Telegraph hack (aged 21 and 3/4) says:

          Is it getting harder to find original material on the web?

          “I read most of the mainstream media regurgitated in one form or other in the various blogs I come across.” tweeted one person, “Finding trully original material online is getting rarer and rarer these days” Tweeted another.

          Another twitter user tweeted, “just as reading stuff in the mainstreammedia that hasn’t arrived there through the filter of someone’s PR department.”

          Right, that’s my article researched and written. I’m off to the pub.


  3. 3

    Don’t prejudice the Huhne case !
    the fucker might get off !


  4. 4
    Ah! Monika says:

    Can’t find it in online version


    • 110

      So imagine the scene, neo-Guido excitedly reveals he has a double-sourced scoop on the infidelities of the proprietor of Northern and Shell and wants to run it

      What might Guido’s response be?


      Over and out.




      • 132
        Dobby says:

        Me BUY(!) a red top, are you mad? You must have been made a handsome financial offer Guido to lose your dignity so heavily.


  5. 5
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    What’s the page 3 girl like today that’s all I care about.


  6. 6
    Hmmm says:

    Just one more thing, I see some are moaning about Child benefit, if you cant afford children then dont have them, i cant afford a Bently but do not demand other taxpayers subsidise one for me.

    However due to the culture of state dependency i will offer a middle road, Child benefit for the first child for the first 5 years.

    (this would also be coupled with massive cuts in spending and taxation)


  7. 8
    Mad Hatty, the LieBore Gift that keeps on giving says:

    “There was no corruption under NooLieBore” – yeah – right!

    WTF were you and Jackie doing then sweaty?


  8. 9
    Diane Fatbott says:

    I’m entering the TT this year. If anyone tries to beat me I’ll play the race card.


  9. 17
  10. 21
    Mad Hatty, the LieBore Gift that keeps on giving says:

    There couldn’t ‘of’ been corruption under LieBore – or me and Jackie would ‘of’ noticed!


  11. 24
    Tony Blair Socialist Hero says:

    I would but the other half doesn’t like the scantly clad women featured heavily in the paper.


  12. 28
    Some Geezer wot doesn't begrudge Guido or O.J. whatever money they make says:

    Owen Jones will make some dosh from his books and he’ll probably pour it into a business of some sort for whatever tax benefit he can derive thereby, if he hasn’t already done; they all do. (Ken Livingstone– ring a bell, anybody?) Presumably he is not “O.J. Simpleton” when it comes to his finances, and if he is, well, he’s only got himself to fault for that failing. Jones would tell you, as would all the Lefties, that they do not believe in unilateral disarmament in the struggle for the hearts and minds and pocketbooks of the public, and to the extent they can store up treasure upon Earth to aid in this noble work of theirs, they should be allowed to do so, as it all goes to help in the ultimate cause of fighting for Social Justice, doesn’t it?


    • 34
      Anonymous says:

      Owen Jones is dreadful, he was on the Stephan Nolan show on Radio 5 live on friday night. He becomes almost hysterical if anybody else has a point of view, also has an unpleasant manner !


  13. 35
    Ed Miliband says:

    Dear Mr Fawkes

    I went to the shop and asked “Can i have a copy of the paper that Guido Fawkes has written for?” , The man replied “Sorry ,he sold out” , I then said “I know that but have you got a copy of the paper that Guido Fawkes has written in?”


  14. 38
    Stinkfinger says:

    Can I extend a top heavy bevvy of a welcome to any Star readers new to Guido’s blog.
    You will find this place a shaven haven compared to other forums.
    We don’t tolerate any ‘hairy Harmans’ here,oh no.


  15. 44
    Jon says:

    Sorry, love your blog, but can’t bring myself to look at that web page


  16. 46
    porky says:

    Like Dale before him, Fawkes has peaked……


  17. 51
    annette curton says:

    First edition of the Sunday Guido.


  18. 52
    Come again? says:


    • 57
      annette curton says:

      TUC = big fans of Stalin, Hitler and Kim Wrong ‘Un.


    • 127
      Terrytory says:

      And they didn’t go round wrecking the Desert Rats’ Cemetery.

      We should be very careful before we go round unseating Arab dictators, we have no idea what we may be unleashing on the world.


      • 137
        AC1 says:

        Oh we do. We’ve given the muslim brotherhood political power. A disaster.


      • 141
        Government sees our armed forced says:

        Wonder how the soldiers, sailors and airmen involved in this idiotic Libyan venture feel now?

        Perhaps they should start thinking about just whose interests they are actually fighting for when they join up – that of the ordinary indigenous Britons, or the scheming vested interests of the political class.


        • 150
          Axe The Telly Tax says:

          At least no Brits died to oust Gaddafi, unlike those who died and are still dying in the shitholes of Afghanistan and Iraq, isn’t that right Gordon and Tony?


  19. 53
    Compass Rose says:

    Just a reminder that the second part of Nicholas Monsarrat’s The cruel sea is on radio 4 this afternoon at 3 o’clock. One of the best productions that the BBC has done in years. Repeated next saturday at 9 o’clock.


  20. 60
    Eric's Past says:

    Why has the Daily Record Scotland pulled a new story about Joyce this morning, printed version had it. ………. m’learned friends up early this morning???

    google – Daily Record, Joyce – and see what happens.


  21. 63
    Gordon Brown says:

    My favourite composer is Borodin.


  22. 84
    A Prick Posing as PM says:

    I say chaps! That rotter said I was lacking in direction?!

    Moi !!!????


    • 91
      Steve Hilton says:

      Just kep going slightly left of centre.


      • 104
        albacore says:

        Cast Iron veering to the left?
        Are you crackers? Are you bereft?
        It’s by him all Tories are measured
        And, heaven knows, they won’t be pleasured
        By whispers that he ain’t true blue
        (And they believe in fairies, too)


        • 113
          Provoked beyond endurance by this riming, McGonigaul says:

          ’twas in tha’ ye’r of 2010
          that Gordo
          our gret’ hero seed
          ah’l see ye agin’
          aftae’ tha’ ‘lecchun

          but he nuv’r deed.


  23. 92
    Polly pot says:

    I’m thinking of packing it in.
    I can’t find the sanctimony to keep shrieking anymore.
    And I’ve given myself a headache with all the bleating.

    Time to rest up in Barbados for a bit. I’ve earned it.


    • 115
      annette curton says:

      Never mind, you might just get another job as an occasional columnist on the Daily Star, I would suggest Your Horoscope for Today or Ask Agony Aunt.


      • 149
        Aunt Pollytwaddle's column says:

        “Dear Aunty Pollytwaddle. I am right stressed about this evil Tory government taking all my benufits away and now there forcing me 2 get a job. Wot shood I do? PS: cood U send me £5?” – Alfie, London.

        Aunt Pollytwaddle replies: “Dear Alfie. I empathise entirely. This Tory government is frightfully awful. To relieve your stress, do what I do; just pop on a jet and fly to your villa in Tuscany and spend two or three months sipping fine Champagne. PS: No, you can’t have £5 you grotty little oik. Why don’t you just sell some of your share portfolio?”


        • 154
          Sally's Alley says:

          Been quiet today.


        • 170
          A Tourist Guide says:

          Correct me if I’m wrong, but I think you’ll find Aunt Pollytwaddle’s revered column stands on a plinth in Rome.

          It has important value to antiquarians.


  24. 102
    Barin of Falkirk says:

    Nothing about Bill Walker, SNP MSP for Dunfermline who has been suspended from the party with allegations of Wife Beating


    • 116
      Some Geezer wot believes charity starts at home says:

      Dunno about this one: Sure, it comes off a bit rich he would applaud the work of a battered-women’s programme given his propensities, but can’t we all be a little charitable, no pun intended, and think that maybe it’s a guilty conscience speeking, rather than crass opportunistic hypocrisy?

      Then again, it IS a politician we are talking about…


  25. 118
    Jack says:

    World War or peace

    Even Guido attacks lobbies as being anti-democratic

    But when it comes to AIPAC anbd their European equivalents buying politicians

    NOT A WORD !

    Come on Guido, show us you are not that hypocritical


    • 119
      Jack says:

      Sad that your own hypocricy on lobbies is so blatant Guido

      And that you have to censor anyone who points it out

      Guido’s philisophy

      If I like a lobby I support it

      If I dont’, I attack it !!


    • 120
      Jack says:

      Why the censorship fatty ?

      I thought you believed in free speech !


  26. 123
    Lord Peter Mandelson says:

    Homs sounds good for a holiday.


  27. 125
    Jimmy says:

    I shall lose no time in reading it.


  28. 129
    Ah! Monika says:

    No doubt Dave will be sending his congratulations to Putin


    • 134
      Arthur Haynes (Comedian) says:

      Why? Has he shagged a horse too?



    • 158
      A Prick Posing as PM says:

      Oh golly gosh yes! Congratulations are certainly in order.

      He, like me, dashed well put himself out there in the bravest way possible.

      Bravery was the keynote of my speech yesterday, – as I’m sure you have already read.

      Mr Brown, my predecessor wrote about bravery, – but I embody it. For instance, have you seen my posture when I stand at the lectern to deliver a speech?

      And if I mention a HORSE and WINDMILLS you will of course be able to draw your own jolly conclusions about a Brave Knight! How very much like me!


  29. 135
    Ras Putin says:

    No congratulations needed .

    My victory was a foregone conclusion ( so Medvedev assures me — otherwise come tomorrow he’s toast).


  30. 145
    not a machine says:

    I hadnt thought about the effect on educational teaching about marriage and the resultant further inequities . Words were a little slippery on Andrew Marr this morning .


    • 165
      Bystander #4 says:

      No edyerkayshunorl (teaching) in my day! – learned it all from books! ‘n stuff!


  31. 153
    Saffron says:

    Are the EUSSR commisars knackered? short answers please and no expletives.


  32. 155

    Renewables: England needs Scotland
    Scotland on Sunday – ‎20 hours ago‎

    Fuck Renewables.
    Fuck Scotland.
    Fuck Scotland on Sunday


  33. 159

    Glory to Russia.

    Putin has won in free and fair elections.

    No sign of any gerrymandering.

    At all.


  34. 161
    Steve Hilteron: a question says:

    Will he swim back to USA and walk to Cali-forni-ay to save energy of course, – and prove his ‘green’ credentials?



  35. 169
    What does he mean? says:


  36. 186
    Will says:

    Daily Star??? Come on Guido, you are better than that!!


  37. 187
    mark wouters says:

    Hello again,
    The con-dems are not orange bookers But “THE TORIES HOOKERS”


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