May 22nd, 2012

Leaky Watson

If his rapidly fading smug smile was anything to go by, Tom Watson got a much tougher ride at Leveson than he was expecting. He was probed about McBride and Smeargate, denying any knowledge of a plan to counter Guido, despite the Red Rag website actually being set up. He was also cornered on leaking and again denied, on oath, that he leaked information from the Culture Media and Sport Select Committee to the Guardian. That will clear  up the  mystery around them getting hold of all sorts of evidence before anyone else then. He was forced to answer yes to the next question though – of course he was feeding Nick Davies.

Watson was also asked about his relationship with Political Scrapbook. He denied, unprompted, to being “part of the management”, or indeed ever feeding them information. Which is odd given a simple Google search pulled up this glaring example:

“Tom Watson will in a few moments use parliamentary privilege to publicly expose details of a notorious murder inquiry allegedly blocked by News International.”

Information reaching the media before Parliament? How did that come about? The website also carries a very prominent advert for Watson’s book and is funded by the his allies at the GMB Union….


  1. 1
    Someone on the sherry? says:

    Tom watson is a fat lying smearing C-unt!


    • 15
      Tom Fatson says:

      Bang to rights !


      • 48
        Tom's Toilet says:

        Urgggggh………..another leak


      • 63
        T.WATson says:

        As TWATson is a full grown champagne sociopath with no capacity for empathyand is unable to see there is anything wrong with his lies, smears, bullying, threats and subversion.

        Like most of New Labour, he is a stranger to truth and honestly believes he is the aggrieved victim in all of this.

        If John Lyon CB CFA had a pair, he would be rolling in TWATson’s direction, but he hasn’t and he won’t


    • 45
      Guilty Twatson says:

      Lying on oath eh, does that mean leveson can send him to prison?


      • 59
        jgm2 says:

        As a Labour politician, lying on oath has been deemed to be expected. Was it not the Maximum Imbecile who went to court to have a judge rule that Labour promises were not subject to legitimate expectation. As it is for a manifesto promise so it is for ‘I swear to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth’.

        Watson can simply point to that ruling as precedent. Nothing a Labour politician says is to be taken as the truth.

        The Maximum Imbecile enshrined it in law that Labour are expected to lie and cannot be trusted.


  2. 2
    Rightallalong says:

    We need to know the truth – someone hack his phone !


  3. 3
    The Guardian says:

    Ghastly, unprincipled thug.

    Fat too.


  4. 4
    Andrew Efiong says:

    Watson rails against people who use underhand ways. But he’s been flushed out for using the very same methods. The difference is he gets uppity when he doesn’t like the message. It’s ok to smear if it suits his agenda but when he gets a taste of the medicine it’s unfair.

    What a baby. It’s almost some kind of psychological flaw, he is attacking the very way of working that he keeps using.


    • 14
      jgm2 says:

      Freudian projection. All the bedwetters do it.

      Their think goes: ‘I am an underhand devious c*unt therefore you must be an underhand devious c*unt therefore I have to be an underhand devious c*unt to counteract your underhand devious c*untishness.’

      They assume the worst of everybody and then go even further to ‘counteract’ it.

      Horrible, vile people.

      Look at Brown, Campbell, Mandelson, Watson, McBride, Straw. All the same. Vile people but justifying their vileness as a necessary measure because obviously the other lot must be worse.

      Maybe they are. But I see precious little evidence that they are anything like as wicked and malicious as Labour.


      • 22
        Das Gupta says:

        Exactly. Spinners, leakers and liars complain about others who dare to use their own techniques.


      • 34
        T.B£iar, the People's Messiah says:

        Don’t forget me !! I’m resurrecting myself for your benefit.


    • 131
      CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

      Labour politicians like Twatson always judge others by their own low standards. They have an absolute belief that others are as devious and dishonest as themselves. So when a Labour politician accuses someone of being a lying crook, you can bet your pension that the accuser is a bigger lying, crooked sack of sh*t.


  5. 5
    Tom Watson says:

    But why did you wipe your hard drive?


    • 103
      Peppers Ghost says:

      Why did Blair not have a mobile or computer, and why did he shred some documents?


  6. 6
    Nom Dom Nom says:

    Tom was only carrying out Gordon’s last political will and testament. Remember it was war.

    He should be sent to the Hague.


  7. 7
    Tom Watson says:

    I like to shitlax.


  8. 8
    Tom Watson's a waste of organs says:


    • 27
      Das Gupta says:

      His wife left because she found out Watson was dipping the pork sword elsewhere.


      • 50
        Durr... says:

        ‘Pitiful waste of blood and organs’.. Shurely that’s Clarkson innit?


        • 62
          Sell Out says:

          No that would be you.

          This country needs more Clarksons and fewer faggots like you.


        • 66

          You don’t have to watch him though – TWatson forces his glowering, sweaty flushed eek on to every fucking news channel he can. And he was not the person who broke the story on phone hacking, despite his porcine squealing that it was!


  9. 9
    statement of fact says:

    Watson is very fat


  10. 10
    I may be thick, but says:

    Why are lefties moaning about it being easier to sack people?

    Why would an employer sack someone who was good at thier job?


    • 18
      Anonymous says:

      So he can hire his mistriss


    • 32
      twatspotter says:

      Eh? Either you’re commenting on a completely different article or you just played your joker.


    • 51
    • 74
      Only in the Graun says:

      Because they are all useless, incompetent c unts who would be first out of the door if they didn’t work in some public sector hive teeming with non-job drones and civil service queen bees.


    • 89
      jgm2 says:

      Because it simply doesn’t enter their heads that a major hurdle to a potential employer taking on staff is the thought that if you somehow get a ‘bad-un’ that sneaks through the interview process then it’s fucking impossible to get shot of ‘em. Or at least it’s expensive to get shot of ‘em.

      So why take the risk?

      In the public sector of course this doesn’y apply. It’s merely a numbers game.

      ‘Go out there and hire 10,000 nurses so I’ve got something I can announce next week.’


      Nobody gives a fuck if these nurses are any good or not. Qualified or simply the proud possessors of a photocopied ‘certificate’ from Luanda Medical school or, equally uselessly, a recently UK qualified nurse who has changed one bed-pan (observed) [tick], administered one bed-bath (observed)[tick], cleaned up one pool of vomit (observed)[tick] and spent the rest of her three years writing essays about diversity and cultural awareness.

      Nobody gives a hoot. Just get ‘em hired so that Brown/Blair can make an announcement. Then, once they have their feet in the door they instantly become totally indispensable no matter how fucking useless they are.


      • 107
        Peppers Ghost says:


        Can someone publish some stats if they exist of the number of council workers, teachers, nurses, police, etc that have been dismissed due to not being able to do their jobs properly?

        Do not include ….

        1. Those that got sacked coz of gross misconduct or similar
        2. Did not get promoted into a higher job in order to get shut

        Oh wait can I include MP’s in that list?


  11. 11
    jgm2 says:

    Tom Watson is a smearing Labour liar shocker.


  12. 12
    Penfold says:

    Has TheTwat lied whilst under oath? Tsk, tsk, that’s rather serious.

    For TheTwat of course lying, perverting due process, obfuscation, smearing, leaking are all perfectly OK, as he has the best intentions, is acting altruistically, and as a progressive needs to be allowed to do as he wishes to achieve the socialist nirvana.

    He needs to be brought to task though, lying at an enquiry……..gosh never happened when you had men of integrity in politics…
    Whoops……. forget Thorpe and all the others. Doh.


    • 71

      It’s enough to make you want to bite your pillow.


      • 80
        Only in the Graun says:

        Good God that takes me back.

        I didn’t realise Jeremy Thorpe was still alive until I Wiki’d him the other day.

        He’s certainly kept a low profile over the years.


  13. 13
    Sophie says:

    Vile & ridiculous as Watson is, as simplistic, bovine, self centred & irrational his thought processes the Tories & the press are shit scared of him.

    We know there are many skeletons in Watsons closet.

    We also know we will have to wait for NI to take their dreadful revenge on him – lets face it the BBC, the Mail & the Telegraph are not fit for purpose.


    • 72
      • 82
        Fabians are evil says:

        I would rather have UKIP then the corrupt cabal of Lib/Lab/Con

        Remind me how many UKIP politicians are serving time for fraud?

        Whats that Nil ?


        • 88

          And your excuse is – “Well they’ve not been banged up, so no problem there, M’lud.”

          “Not troughing as such, well yes, a bit of troughing, but not so’s you’d notice… well OLAF noticed, but not bad enough to do bird. First offence, previous good conduct (hadn’t been caught before) not like the other UK MP’s.(This bit’s true – we haven’t got a seat!)

          You ARE Ludwig Wittgenstein, and I claim my €5, on expenses of course.


          • Fabians are evil says:

            UKIP are the only party that will put UK interests first

            Trying to smear will not change that

            vote UKIP

            You need to stop ranting your going to give yourself a heart attack

            You are a wanker, i would say i claim my €5 but that ones for free!


          • sockpuppet #4 says:

            All sorts of parties that have never held the reigns are free to say “we’d be great. honest!”


          • Now, now Fabio – Nanny thinks it’s time for your nap. Nanny always knows, it’s when you have your little hissy fit and stamp your little feet.

            UKIP are the same party putting their own interests first, on expenses naturally.


          • Surely Williams (Ejercashunist) says:

            reins not reigns. How many more times?


          • CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

            Notice how the Brussels only seem to go after UKIP for expenses violations? It’s been known for years that all the other MEPs are worse when it comes to troughing, but Commission bosses turn a blind eye to it – “We can’t turn in one of our own, think of the bad publicity for the ‘Project'”.

            To the Eur0pe@n Parliament, UKIP are the enemy within so they must be dealt with harshly.

            Come to think of it, wasn’t the last UKIP member accused of expenses fraud fitted up by the Commission?

            Someone should ask Kinnock about fraud in the E. U. He sacked the accountant (Marta Andersen) who discovered the massive scale of fraud while Kinnochio turned a blind eye to it.


  14. 16
    Legal beagle says:


    Re the Indy article ytou reference

    I doi not like watson personally or his politics

    But I do think that the tacticss used by the Screws sleuths are totally unacceptable

    They remind me of the tactics used by the KGB and other secret police in eatern Europe when I used to visit

    Especially to try and s m e a r a politician

    S m e a r i n g of all kinds is intolerable

    Against private citizens of politicians etc

    Os it the name of the gam in the UK now to reduce the people’s lives thru the press to below the gutter using any criminal or non criminal means ?


    • 26
      Ivor Tapeworm says:

      I think that the smearing of the lying, fat, slimy thuggish toad Watson is intolerable too.


    • 33
      jgm2 says:

      The problem is that politicians will smear other politicians for political advantage. Hence everybody going into a swoon back in the day whenever some T*ry minister would be caught shagging somebody he wasn’t married to. Watson was implicated in manufacturing smears with the vile McBride. Not content with waiting for the T*ries to get caught he was actively encouraging outright lies and smears.

      The likes of Watson are vile, evil people. They destroy people’s lives, diverting attention so that the likes of the Maximum Imbecile could destroy the entire economy. Justifying their wickedness to themselves because ‘their heart is in the right place’. The end justifies the means.

      And there might even be some gem of truth in that if they had actually achieved some good but, as we see, after 13 years they proved themselves to be merely Satan’s representatives on Earth.


  15. 18
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Tom I have no hard facts Watson is a liar.


  16. 20
    Sir William Waad says:

    Our politicians offer us an example of Original Sin. They are tainted, not in the first place by any individual fault of their own (although their subsequent failings sink them deeper into the mire) as merely by their inheritance as politicians. So it is impossible for them to haul themselves out of the mire unaided. They have no firm, uncorrupted support to take their weight. They carry too much baggage. Instead, they drag each other ever further in.


  17. 21
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Andrew Adonis is currently on the Daily Politics. What a complete tosser. Give me strength when I listen to idiots like him.


    • 23
      50 Calibre says:

      I gave in and threw up…


    • 68
      Only in the Graun says:

      I just can’t take him seriously at all with a name like that couples with the physique of a plucked bantom cock.


    • 134
      CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

      Adonis joined the Labour Party to get revenge on those who took the piss out of the nerdy little dweeb at school. Scratch a Labour supporter and you’ll discover adolescent resentment oozes out in buckets.


  18. 24
    Mike Hunt says:

    Waiting for this to appear of the BBC news.


    • 140
      Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

      You mean the BBC version with all the embarrassing bits taken out so as not to taint their Hero.


  19. 28
    50 Calibre says:

    Twatson is even more objectionable than Blinkiebollox. There must be some sort of competition to see who is the most odious.

    Some poor woman might have to wake up and see him in the morning. That must be pretty scary…


  20. 29
    TRT says:

    So we’ll all see this on the BBC News tonight and of course Newsnight will investigate and explain it for us………I won’t be staying up!!’


  21. 30
    Camilla Parker-Starney says:

    He’s under oath but his statements fall apart within minutes.

    Very weak.


  22. 35
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Postman Alan Johnson is at Leveson. He is not fit for purpose. How on earth did he get a cabinet position in the last government. Anyone would think it was through union influence.


    • 47
      Alan Postman says:

      I got the job to keep Balls out.

      but when I admitted I didn’t know how much the UK tax rate was, or even what tax was, I had to go.


    • 53
      Selohesra says:

      He might be a bit slow but I’d rather go for a beer with Alan Johnson than Watson or indeed any of the current Labour leaders


  23. 36
    Disgusted, Purley. says:

    We paid this fat greedy bastard £4800 for food in one year, it shows Tom, you fucking Champagne socialist glutton.


  24. 38
    I don't need no doctor says:

    It’s amazing that the BBC have not shown full Leveson coverage of Jowell, Mandleson, Watson and Johnson. Why when they were all in government when the hacking took place.
    One thing that Mandleson did say yesterday was that it wasn’t just NI that were involved in hacking, an implicated other media. Not sure what Mandleson’s agenda was by making that statement. Of course his statement was met with complete silence. Why?


    • 95
      genghiz the kahn says:

      nothing on the Mirror and Mail’s activities. All very odd.


    • 141
      Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

      Presumably in case they are asked anything which might taint them by association with the Evil Murdoch Empire which the BBC (an unbiased news organisation) has spent the last 12 months slashing to bits.


  25. 40
    One flew over the cookoo's nest says:

    I’m just about to look for this on the BBC website as I am sure it will be on the landing page news ticker under breaking ….


    • 54
      The BBC says:

      We only bother with items that are newsworthy – like, for instance, the Wickedness of the Right and the running dogs that run with them.

      That is all.

      Now PAY YOUR TELLY TAX!!!! and be grateful!


    • 122
      Bread & circuses says:

      Don’t bother. They will be breathlessly babbling about a bunch of half-wits who have been conned by Lord Coe into spending loads of dosh to run about carrying a flaming torch.


  26. 41
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Labour – We are negative about everything. Even our policies are negative, meaning we have none.


  27. 42
    David Cameron says:

    I like to chillax. And then give another billion to the IMF.


  28. 43
    A Plonker posing as PM says:

    I say chaps! Never mind all this talk of these jolly Uniony Lefty Wingy bods – good luck to them I say!!

    The main thing is that my progressive collaborators never tire of listening to my tales of Wind Farms and my love of the EUSSR – a paradise that draws one like a magnet to metal – well some metal – they say that there are magnets in these jolly Wind thingys – and the arms give birds a jolly good thump – but never mind that – it’s all part of saving my face with the Green thingy people and one’s jolly bosses Herr R. Pumpy and Sen. Hose Barista – watt? Wattage? Ha ha hah hahh aahhh!


  29. 44
    Trip down memory lane says:

    Ah, nostalgia …

    The affair also threatened to engulf Cabinet Office minister Tom Watson. Questions were raised about whether he had a role in the proposed dirty tricks campaign, to be run from Downing Street.

    Read more:–stops-short-apology.html#ixzz1vb8Ed300


  30. 46
    Donna Summer says:

    He leaks hard for the money
    He leaks hard for it, honey
    He leaks hard for the money
    So you better smack him right


  31. 52
    adge says:

    Could somebody tell me – as the Daily Politics now become one long Party Political Broadcast for the Labour Party. I want my License fee money back.


    • 65
      The BBC says:

      Go away little person! Such programmes are only for discerning upper class intellectuals like Poll and Grouniad readers and us at the BBC.


      • 81
        BBC Spokesbag says:

        What are people moaning about us droning on about ‘Cuts’ all the time.
        Did we at the Beeb mention the cuts that young fella and his dad received at the hands of a Bl*ck mob?


    • 87
      I don't need no doctor says:

      Agree. Adonis was allowed to ramble on with labour propaganda. Coburn continually interrupted anything tory.


    • 116
      It's not only Greece where this can now happen says:

      The latest plan it seems from our “illustrious” and “impartial” state broadcaster is to get the Libdems to cross the floor to join Labour in a newLib-Lab pact.This could be as early as Autumn 2012. It appears someone somewhere as now read the “Fixed term Parliament Act 2010″ which states that in the event of a governing party/coalition losing a vote of confidence another party or coalition can see if a coalition could be formed that commanded the support of Parliament. No election unless they fail and the left wouldn’t if only to get rid of Cameron(elements of the Tory right might even abstain)Notwithstanding the fact that the Conservatives are the biggest party at 305 there is just enough woth Labour and Libdems plus a few odds and sods nationailsts to oust the Tory led government.This new coalition could then have lmpost 2 and half years to remedy what they pereciv as the draconian Tory policies and put forward a strategy for growth.This plan of course pre-suppose that the markets would stand idly by if such an event occurred


  32. 70
    Terrible But True says:

    Something very rotten in the State of… well everything really.

    Which makes what you don’t hear about as interesting as what you get shoved down your throat 24/7 by our glorious MSM, and one unique example in particular.

    What gets into Westminster, and then boosted and/or protected, explains much about the state of this country, but damns our politico-media estate.


  33. 75
    Jimmy says:

    “McBride and Smeargate”

    You really must tell us all about that one day when you’ve got a spare moment.


    • 83
      Creep monitor says:

      Bunter watson is a class A slimeball…slug of a man and morals to match


    • 92

      Even you can’t really want to defend Watson.

      If there was an award for most self serving MP he’d be up there with the likes of Douglas Hogg, Margaret Moran, John Prescott, Jeffery Archer and Stuart Bell.

      Only Mike Handycock might possible unseat Big Tom from a place on the podium for smug git of the decade.


      • 102
        Creep monitor says:

        actually Bill he falls within the brown balls whelan scumbag class best


      • 115
        Jimmy says:

        Defend him against what? If Guido s going to suggest he had something to do with it let him come out and say so. I’ll hold my breath shall I?


        • 118
          Only in the Graun says:

          Oh God you are such a cretin Jimmy.

          Defending Watson. An arch scumbag. I’m a Tory but if Watson was on the govt benches I’d be mortified – but you stand there and defend him.

          Typical tribal left.

          C unts the lot of you.


          • Jimmy says:

            Still not sure what I’m supposed to be defending him against. He stood up to the bullies despite the fact that it made him Murdoch’s #1 topic and did it long before it became fashionable. Any fair minded person would find it admirable.

            “I’m a Tory”

            Get away. Really?


        • 135
          CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

          Jimmy, Watson used the same office as McBride when the plan to smear the then opposition was hatched. It has long been common knowledge that Watson and McBride were Gordon Brown’s hatchet men when it came to smearing opponents, even within their own party, in the media.

          Watson was also at the forefront of the plot to oust Tony Blair. Do you really believe Watson when he travelled 400 miles all the way to Kirkaldy just to deliver a soft toy to one of Brown’s kiddies on the eve of the “putsch” to get rid of Blair?

          Watson is fond of saying that Murdoch Jnr. must have known what was going on in the global media empire he ran for his dad. Strange that he didn’t know anything about McBride’s dirty little plots when he was sat at the next desk and was a regular boozing partner of his.

          Of course, Jimmy knows all about Watsons putrid behaviour, but he’s Labour through and through, and Labour drones ALWAYS condone bad , even criminal, behaviour when it’s on behalf of the Party.


          • Jimmy says:

            The suggestion that he was involved with McBride’s website (arguably the most preposterously inflated media story of all time) is one which turned out to be very profitable for him. No prizes for guessing which paper printed it or why. As I said I can’t see Guido repeating it can you? Discretion is after all the better part of valour.

            Obviously anyone who plotted against our greatest PM since Attlee has grievously offended against heaven and obviously I’m not buying the baby stroller story, but I believe he has redeemed himself.


          • Jimmy says:

            The suggestion that he was involved with McBride’s website (arguably the most preposterously inflated media story of all time) is one which turned out to be very profitable for him. No prizes for guessing which paper printed it or why. As I said I can’t see Guido repe@ting it can you? Discretion is after all the better part of valour.

            Obviously anyone who plotted against our greatest PM since Attlee has grievously offended against heaven and obviously I’m not buying the baby stroller story, but I believe he has redeemed himself.


          • Anon. says:

            And let’s hope that in 2015 the honest, decent people of West Bromwich do the right thing and kick the lying devious piece of scum out.


          • Jimmy says:

            Hi Rebecca


  34. 86
    Raving Loon says:

    Can we just end the Leven-watsit enquiry now, I’m bored with it. It’s just a show trial and only the BBC/Guardian seem to care that much. Murdoch bad, Tories in cahoots, fine. Blair never met Rupert and Labour are innocent. Great. Let’s move on.

    Meanwhile the EU is imploding and we have to fork out £bn to save a currency we aren’t a member of for no other reason I can see other than we happen to be quite close to mainland Europe. The Tories seem to be happy with this. How much of taxpayers money to you have to give away to a non-democratic trans-national government who openly wants to crush us before it’s considered treason?

    And am I the only one who’s sick of Olympic propoganda everywhere? It’s beginning to feel a bit like 1936/Triumph of Will.


  35. 93
    Steve Miliband says:

    The company’s training arm said of 2,280 applicants to its apprenticeship scheme, 81% were not employable.

    Educayshun, edukation, iducatshtun


    • 130
      Surely Williams (Ejercashunist) says:

      Was that for the intermediate level of shelf stacking at Tesco’s?


  36. 108
    Dial M for money grubbing says:

    Lying, smearing, money grubbing Fatso.


  37. 109
    Beastly sino doctor says:

    If you ever need an emetic just picture Fatson either having a poo in the nude or having sex (probably with himself)
    As a Dr I cannot reccomend this but it works for me


  38. 119

    Try the stats on Planning Officers. How many get fired because their statistics are massively weighted against private individuals trying to build or extend their own property versus property developers and Tesco.

    The answer is almost always “NO” at first, otherwise they wouldn’t need a whole department to do a basically three person admin job.

    The difference? “Infrastructure” payments from the property developers and Tesco – average of £60,000 per development, straight into council coffers.

    73 houses and apartments on a 2 acre site as against one house on a one acre site? 72 separate EXTRA Council tax payments straight into Council coffers.

    You couldn’t make it up.


  39. 120
    Bugler Bert says:

    If Watson gets away with the perjury, it will prove that the enquiry is pro-Liebour – I was wondering Rebekah was traeted so badly , now I know.


  40. 124
    polythesis says:

    Tom Watson? A white male Dianne Abbot.

    The same streak of poisonous darkness running through both, the same ability to lie and tread on anyone who gets in their way and a reserve of spite that Brown would approve of.


  41. 125
    rob says:

    the only thing i like about watson is the fact he drives you up the wall – therefore he must be doing something right.


  42. 132
    Fed this into the truth machine and this is what came out says:

    Tom Watson has shown such shameful opportunistic profiteering by using a government Comittee as a platform to to launch his book. I would say that is misconduct in public office. The man is a disgrace..


  43. 138
    Tower Hamlets voter says:

    Has Twatson ever had a job?
    Just asking.


    • 143
      In answer to your question. says:

      From Wiki

      [edit]Education and early career

      “Tom Watson was educated at King Charles I School, Kidderminster, and the University of Hull, where he was elected President of the Students’ Union in 1992. He was Chair of the National Organisation of Labour Students from 1992–93. He then worked as a marketing officer and advertising account executive. In 1993, he began to work for the Labour Party as National Development Officer for Youth. He then worked on the party’s 1997 general election campaign before becoming the National Political Officer of the AEEU trade union.”

      So in short, No.


      • 144
        Isaac Hunt says:

        Tom Watson, what a slimeball.

        Needs to be charged with treason along with McDoom, Bliar and all the other cock knockers that have f_ucked up this country…


  44. 146
    Arthur Biscuit says:

    Tom Watson=fat lying Hunt


  45. 147
    Anonymous says:

    I honestly believe that “Jimmy”, who regularly bloggs utter shyte on this blog, is, in fact. TWATSON. Come on Jimmy you ‘tard, admit it. Nobody but Twatson (Jimmy) could write such utter bilge.


  46. 148
    Tower Hamlets voter says:

    It is hard to witness the deep depravity of the kufir amongst whom we virtuous Muslims are condemned to live. I take comfort from the fire thrice heated into which you will all be thrown.

    But I must admit I am confused that the News of the Screws thought TWatson was haing an “affair”.

    Surely he bats for the oth side, doesn’t he?

    In any case he is way too fat to f**k, don’t you think?


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The Economist asks Tony Blair about Wendi Deng:

“Mr Blair roundly denies any impropriety. Asked whether he was (at least) careless about his reputation, he says calmly that it is “not something I will ever talk about—I haven’t and I won’t”, and then bangs his coffee cup so loudly into its saucer that it spills and everyone in the room jumps. But did he find himself in a tangle over his friendship with Ms Deng? A large, dark pool of sweat has suddenly appeared under his armpit, spreading across an expensive blue shirt. Even Mr Blair’s close friends acknowledge that the saga damaged him—not least financially, since Mr Murdoch stopped contributing to Mr Blair’s faith foundation and cut him off from other friendly donors in America.”

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