April 27th, 2012

Lobby Fodder Down Under


81 Comments

  1. 1
    anon says:

    Like Ed we can put him down as a don’t know nuffin

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    • 3
      Kebab time says:

      luverin it!

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      • 33
        Rage Against the Political Elite. says:

        This Country is Completely Fu-ked. The lying Political Class, The lying Press, with a complicit POLICE force.,, No wonder the State is out of control. Bankrupt and default, not long now.

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      • 37
        low ball says:

        Let’s face it, if you love kebabs, you’d love anything.

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        • 41
          Eric Joyce says:

          mmmm. Sometimes you don’t know if you have had a decent night out until you see how much coagulated lamb fat there is on your cuffs in the morning.

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    • 13
      Owen Owen Jones says:

      Why would a nation of shackle draggers elect a Welsh Sheila as their leader?

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      • 45
        Reds Under The Bed says:

        She’s the Monmouthian Candidate

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      • 52

        We didn’t elect her, she was “elected” in a hung parliament by a pair of corrupt “independents” who were elected as conservatives then sold out their electorates. Next Federal election will be an epic bloodbath for all forms of socialist.

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      • 78
        ToryWanker says:

        She has no “convictions” (except expediency) so perhaps they appreciate the contrast ;)

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    • 19
      retardEd Miliband says:

      When I wath in govermenth we never never listhened to ruperth murdochth. We alstho sthopped amazthon from avoiding taxesth.

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    • 26
      Ed Milliband says:

      I’m sure what ever Len says he right .

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      One rule etc says:

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      • 34
        jgm2 says:

        The ‘Ernest Saunders’ defence worked then.

        I’m expecting a full and prompt ‘recovery’ by Ms Moran now that’s all cleared up.

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      • 38
        Rage Against the Political Elite. says:

        The LAW passed by the Fraudsters on the procedes of Crime Act, Have any of these Fraudsters had their assests taken??

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        • 54
          Flatus Veteranus says:

          Good Lord, we could not possibly do that. Think of the embarassment if people like us had to follow the whims of the proleteriat. The whole reason we reluctantly agree to public service is to help the little people. It is vital, of course, that we should be above their petty laws and moral customs. Where on Earth would we find such benevolent giants as Ed Millispurt, Ed (go)Balls and his fragrant protegee YFront. We might never again be blessed with the greatness that is the living saint, Peter Madfermen.

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    • 30
      From another era in the mother country... says:

      The Labour party is doing the right thing because it’s the right thing to do..

      ‘But what is the Labour Party doing..?

      The right thing.

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    • 49
      Peter Hain says:

      I never heard what she said either but it was a calm and assured performance.

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  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    I blame Sue.

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  3. 4
    Bill d'Sarse says:

    If that’s talented, I have a fantastic future in Australian politics.

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  4. 5
    a non says:

    H@rry’s birthday today?????????????.

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  5. 6
    MrAngry61 says:

    Is this real or a joke?

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  6. 7
    Loungelizard says:

    Wonder if Cameron’s new nanny from the ‘Land of Chunder’ will turn out to be a major hiring error and cause him huge political embarrassment?

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    • 9
      Mystic Smeg says:

      It’s not looking good.

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      • 12
        Loungelizard says:

        Don’t think ‘She seemed like a nice girl’ will quite cut the mustard.

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      • 24
        Yvonne from the Colliers Arms Clydach says:

        And there was me thinking Mrs Cameron was a full time mother in Downing Street working hard cooking meals in the kitchen the majority of whose costs have been met by the good old few remaining tax payers.

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    • 14
      Dead Ed says:

      Thith ith dithgrathful.

      We need to understand what steps Cameron put in place to ensure that a fair selection process was employed before he brought someone into the UK from overseas.

      We in the labour party do not agree with migration to the UK. Britith Jobth for Britith workerths.

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      • 66
        Ned Kelly says:

        Rather than fucking paying a pittance to poor Aussie Sheilas if that Hunt Cameron wants Children he should fuckin well look after them himself.

        Stuck up whinging Pommie bastard.

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    • 47
      British Jobs for British Workers says:

      Why did he hire an Australian when there are millions of British people on the dole?

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      • 57
        jgm2 says:

        There were millions of British people ‘economically inactive’ in 1997. There were the same millions of British people ‘economically inactive’ in 2007 and there are the same number of Britis people ‘economically inactive today’.

        All that happened in between is that they were shuffled from one list to the next.

        The simple, uncomfortable fact is that there are millions of British people who could have done the jobs taken by Europ*ean immigrants but they were too lazy, ‘good’, ‘over-qualified’, incompetent, unambitious, disincetivised by massive handouts or, in a small number of cases, too disabled or hard-of-thinking to be able to do even the most simple tasks. The genuine distress of a tiny percentage of the population used as an excuse to institutionalise millions.

        We have institutionalised millions of our own citizens. They are no better than internal exiles. Doomed by depressed expectations and the soothing self-justifying excuses of Labour liars that their problems can be solved by simply taking ever more money of other people. Doomed to live in Labour shitholes with their hands out like beggars.

        And that’s just the way Labour wants ‘em.

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        • 67
          Anonymous says:

          A case in point is Labour’s dominance in Scotland for nigh on a century. Still a fucking shithole, though I think the thick fuckers may be catching on now.

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        • 68
          Ned Kelly says:

          If that daft twat Cameron wants to do something positive then why not simply stop all child benefits rather than just borrow the money at stupid rates of interest.

          I am from a family of eight and my mum never received any state handouts for me.

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          • ToryWanker says:

            If Cameron was to do something positive he would sack that Harm Men clone Theresa May. Pernicious feminism has infiltrated all mainstream parties and is the enemy of family life and the apparently”odd” notion that men are people too. Her public smackdown of the one MP brave enough to decry said feminist influence demonstrates how much power and influence has been ceded to the radical element behind the scenes. ‘scuse me I’m off to find my bp tablets I suddenly seem to have a great need for them!

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        • 70
          retardEd Miliband says:

          You’re being very nasthy abouth my core vote.

          more immigrathnts for enlgnathnd.

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  7. 8
    Joss Askin says:

    Is that Julian Clary on the right?

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  8. 10
    Ha! says:

    Who holds the Ashes?

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  9. 11
    NeverRed says:

    Just the same as when the whole of Fleet Street and the tv were in awe of the ‘greatest chancellor in history’ Brown, and said everything he did was marvellous, for at least 10 years, some on the Guardian/BBC/Labour still do.

    Obviously pre Guido days.

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  10. 16
    Margaret Moran says:

    I’m bonkers, like Gordon.

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    Gorgeous says:

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    • 20
      bored says:

      FIGHT!

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    • 25
      jgm2 says:

      The trouble with that statement from George is that if he is now a Muslim then he has carte blanche to lie to us infidels. Because Al*la*h says it’s okay to lie to non-believers because we don’t matter.

      It’s a tolerant, respectful religion so it is.

      It just doesn’t have to tell you the truth. Which is probably just as well because it involves a lot of rocks and swords and long drops for must of us.

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      • 27
        mecca watch says:

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        • 31
          jgm2 says:

          She’ll have misspelled ‘Kilburn’ or it actually took place in Ladbroke Grove or something.

          That’s the trouble with politicians and Muslims. You can’t believe a fucking word they say to non-believers.

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          • " That " Woman says:

            Similarly when Brown claims Murdoch is “wrong” in his recollection of that telephone call, he is probably talking about a comma in the wrong place or something trivial. It will be a matter of Clintonesque sophistry.

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        • 39
          Multicultural Sheep says:

          Can’t we all just get along?

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        • 62
          Come on, out with it says:

          Jemima why dont you release the tape and help us all decide ?

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  12. 21
    Mr Curious says:

    What’s with all the distracting swirly graphics? Is that what Sky News is like here in Britain?

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    • 51
      WVM says:

      Giving you headache dear, felling confused?

      Put the keyboard down and sit back to watch the BBC’s “Politically Correct Left wing Doctors” instead, where every ending is a happy ending, just like in real life. Where civil servants social workers iммigrants and NHS left wing doctors save the day every day.
      What would we do without them?

      http://tinyurl.com/cz29so9

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  13. 23
    Hillary Bray says:

    This guy thinks he should be the next prime minister of Australia, of the way. He ditched wife number one, the daughter of an influential former conservative parliamentarian with high level links to the business community to marry the daughter of the Labor appointed Governor-General (who began her public career by bonking a bibulous local Tory in the seventies) once he was an MP and Labor was in power after a change of government here in 2007.

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  14. 28
    Revd. Phoney £rd Way B£iar, sanctimonious git and £iar, emoting and wiv stupid grin says:

    Hi!

    I’m very RICH !!!

    Was I bovvard about my appearance at the Inquiry into you know what? No!

    Should my boy Dave be bovvard about his appearance at the Inquiry into you know what? No!

    And you know why not?

    Coz, like mine, it’ll be a whitewash!

    Must fly! Bye!

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  15. 35
    Ken'ell says:

    Australia is riddled with ‘em.

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  16. 46
    Pawn Sandwich says:

    That video took me right back to Gordon Browns time as prime minister. They ALL agreed with him no matter what he said.

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  17. 50
    Mzzzz. JazzMint Halibut Brhoon says:

    I’ve got a pretty strong feeling you’re all turning socialist!

    You can deny it, – but my feelings are usually pretty spot on!

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  18. 56

    I’ve just jizzed in my pants.

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  19. 75
    Lord Mooncrater says:

    That has to be an Australian satire show. It cannot be real, surely.

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  20. 76
    Emigrate, Emigrate, Emigrate says:

    Why on earth would you want to leave one kleptocratic society for another that’s 10,000 miles away?

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“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!


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