June 11th, 2012

He Lied and Lied and Lied

Guilty, m’Lord.


  1. 1
    Stuart says:

    Brown says he did not speak to Murdoch to threaten him and that all his calls would go through Downing Street switchboard yet later he says that he used Sara’s phone to text Watson. Interesting to see the texts on that phone.

    • 8
      Kosher Fawkes says:

      ‘Lady Gaga Hit By Pole’

      - Is there no end to the hatred by the anti-semitic Poles?!!!

      • 122

        As I said earlier, Brown is incapable of an honest debate as he is cannot remember where the lies degin, with his OCD endlessly compelling him to repeat and reinforce his own truth.

        Unfortunately, that is his and Blair’s legacy to the Parliamentary Labour Party who are rammed full of champagne sociopaths who are strangers to the truth

        • 229
          Hang The Bastards says:

          +++. BREAKING NEWS. +++

          Tape recording exists of Brown declaring war on Murdoch.

          • meme says:

            would be funnier if it was a voicemail …. lol

            oh the irony.

            Brown says call did not happen
            Murdoch says it did
            Mandelson says he was not patched into the call (which did not happen) but recalls Brown telling him of Murdochs reaction to the call (which did not happen)

            someone telling porkie pies

          • Hang The Bastards says:

            not the most difficult challenge to pin the tail on the lying donkey.

        • 245
          Tesco is fucking the country says:

          No, MAOist. It’s not unfortunate that that is Broon’s and Bliar’s legacy to the PLP. It makes it that tiny bit more unlikely that the bunch of scum – Balls, Harmanhater and the rest, will ever be trusted by the British voting public with so much as the running of a public toilet in Hackney.

    • 19
      Sir Barrington Minge says:

      Did anyone actually expect this fat, scottish has-been to tell the truth?

      This man lives in a parallel universe where he is the only person who is right and the other 60 million odd of us are wrong.

      Socialism is a mental disorder and Gordon Brown is clearly a prime example.

      • 151
        Geoff, England (not Britain or 'United' KIngdom) says:

        What Leveson needed was Sandra Pullman to say to Brown, “Bollocks. Don’t believe you.”

    • 31
      Dec says:
    • 60
      misterned says:

      Seriously, was Brown under oath? Has he got immunity from prosecution for perjury?

      IF he was under oath and has NO immunity from prosecution, then he must be arrested and charged and put on trial. Or else, what is the fucking point in our justice system at all?

      When can we expect to see him arrested?

      • 91
        They're all in it together says:

        Just after Blair is arrested for war crimes, in other words “when hell freezes over”.

      • 104
        Hang The Bastards says:

        UK Law is a total fucking shambles.

        This tvvat should hang for the lies he tells.

      • 131
        Reds Under the Bed says:

        After a while you just knew when he was about to tell another big whopper – he started to do that spastic grin of his.

        The mere mention of Tom Watson’s name from Robert Jay and Gordon was like the Cheshire Cat.

      • 193
        Anonymous says:

        so your evidence is?

      • 241
        Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

        Perjury laws do not apply to politicians and I should know. Boaz.

      • 251
        Lord Bumblesnitch says:

        Or, crimes against the British People for what he did as chancellor; his devious and cynical design to increase the Labour vote by opening up the floodgates to immigrants; and, pandering to the dross of British society through profligate expansion of the welfare system.

    • 73
      AC1 says:

      Does this sound like someone we used to have as PM??


    • 99
      Psychoanalyst says:

      Put Brown to the test – go to the police and have him investigated for perjury.
      Would lead to a very interesting trial, if it came to court!

    • 143
      What a Plonker. says:

      Gordon Brown was the worst Chancellor and Prime Minister
      in the last 100 years and he should be held accountable for
      his gross negligence and mismanagement of the UK economy .

      • 153
        Geoff, England (not Britain or 'United' KIngdom) says:

        Maybe Bliar could be described as the worst PM ever, for not banishing Brown to the back benches as soon as the Liebore fascists won the 1997 election. He must have suspected that Brown would be more trouble than he was worth, and it’s known that they have little time for each other. Brownstuff must have something on Bliar that Bliar would like to stay under wraps.

        • 160
          What a Plonker. says:

          Maybe they were very good friends ( wink,wink )in their early
          days in the Labour party.

        • 171
          bb says:

          Blair was First Lord of the Treasury while Broon was running a tax, borrow and spend economy. He is as much to blame as Broon.

        • 215
          Blowing Whistles says:

          It has been alluded to – in the press that they were joined at the hip. Mandlebum was probably the third party.

          Allegedly – The three Muskettbequeres.

          Dark Actors in a dark dark age of Communist intrigues. [Entrapment, Blackmail the works]

      • 198
        Pundit Too says:

        His diatribe the morning was so jawdropping in its total lack of credibility that he makes Tony Blair seem almost a saint. This and other shenanigins also reflect very badly on Leveson and Jay and their show trial as to its competence to really get at the truth, and of making wise decisions.

    • 213
      Anonymous says:

      I think it is far far afr more likely that GB tells the truth than anyone form The scum or NOTW!

      • 216
        Blowing Whistles says:

        We have had: The Celebrities (Singer and Actors) – their easily accounted for – a bung and getting their mugs in the press.
        We have had PM’s, The Current, and the Ex PM’s
        We have had the Celebrity sect form the Press & Media

        They’re all telling porkie pies …..

        But wherein lies The “In The Public Interest” motion that all the Legals speak of
        i.e The Police, The CPS, The Barristers, and the Judges ….

        Are the four pillars of the state all lying to the public?

      • 230
        Tesco is fucking the country says:

        …….or you, Anonymous, you retarded lump of puke.

        • 233
          Blowing Whistles says:

          Whenever you hear (or read) of someone starting a sentence with the words “I think” …. or “I believe” …

          It is usually followed by the w(h)apping big lie.

          They never start the sentence (especially in court – and wait for it under Oath) “I know for a fact M’lud … and based upon the evidence before the court….”

          That’s part of the Scam … people.

          Do the MSM call that shot? Have they ever called that shot? – ‘prey tell’ perhaps they’re suborned under media laws – and who framed them up? Doohhhh!!!

  2. 2
    Sir Aston Martin says:

    And now he’s proposing a licence fee for use of the internet!


    • 5
      Gordon McBust Brown says:

      I invented the internet and ended boom and bust.

      • 10
        Ken Livingstone says:

        Piss off. I invented broadband.

      • 15
        Al Gore, from my Learjet whose emissions are offset by a massive ranch I bought. says:

        No. I invented the internet. And solved global warming climate change.

        • 217
          Blowing Whistles says:

          The Al Goremongering lies are now unravelling [CH4 News tonight via the USA] faster than one could say ‘Tax Ruse’.

          The public ain’t gonna wear the ccc(ra)p-style bull ‘n HOT AIR that has BEEN BLOWN FOR FAR TO MANY YEARS.

          Politicians need to get a grip – better still – buggher off.

      • 168
        Abacus says:

        I am abacus!

    • 6
      Does he take Sugar says:

      He’s just stark raving bonkers. Beyond all hope.

      • 13
        feckless parenting c'unt Dave says:

        At least he only lost his marbles!

        • 57
          Mcc*nt says:

          I know a couple Blair and Brown that lost a whole fukcing country and their present day stand in proxy parents- Mili and Balls still refuse to go looking for it.

        • 95
          Lord Elgin says:

          You mean he’s Greek ?

        • 179
          Iloathlefties says:

          Dave temporarilly lost a child. Brown bequeathed shit to all the children of our nation!!!!

    • 11
      Zeno says:

      Yep. It’s an infantile attempt at getting revenge. People on the nasty internet were all so very nasty to Gordon that we all have to be made to pay. Or he’ll throw his Nokia at us.

    • 17
      Brillo says:
      • 35
        jgm2 says:

        That is total bollocks. There has been a li*ce*nce fee since the year dot not because there were no radio stations but because the authorities wanted to know who had a fucking radio. So they could come and take ‘em off us if we got too ‘inspired’ by radio broadcasts from Soviet Russia. For the same reason the Na*zis took radios (and guns) off the French.

        It’s the same reason the c*unts want to regulate the internet. In case we start organising plans on the q.t to string ‘em up from cranes.

  3. 3
    to be sure says:


  4. 4
    Aaron D Highside says:

    Thank goodness it’s not just me.

  5. 7
    Mary says:
    • 127
      smoggie says:

      Did you forget to click your heels?

    • 218
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Mary all at sea – you need to back-read some of your own diatribes ober the last 15 years – weren’t you a Times / Murdoch prompter / promoter?

      You too have pshchophantically followed the Murdoch line … Hypocrite.

  6. 9
    Well it's a thought says:

    How many times did the nokia man use the media to announce then re-announce then re-announce something, would you buy a used car from him, would I hell!.

  7. 12

    Bonkers Brown strikes again. Osborne must be pissing himself with laughter right now. That testimony descended into farce. What’s the usual sentence for perjury these days?

  8. 14
    Andrew Efiong says:

    Aha, he’s been flushed out by the expert questions, exposed for all to see.

    • 21
      jgm2 says:

      Is he?


      Or is it more underarm bowling as practised by the BBC during the Imbecile years?

    • 24
      Northern Convert says:

      Flushed out..ill say! When you “have to go, you have to go!
      So did Damien Mcbride….

      • 234
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Did someone mention the unelected ‘union’ bullyboy who breached the DPAct Section55 while Labour were in power and that the Tory party daren’t mention it ‘cos of their silence during the opposition years? Or that that daren’t mention it now that they’ve ‘taken controll of the rudder … of the Ship floundering on the rocks and use similar tactics ‘cos they’ve assumed controll?

  9. 18
    Pathological Narcissim says:

    Symptoms of this disorder include, but are not limited to:

    1. Reacts to criticism with anger, shame, or humiliation (check)

    2. May take advantage of others to reach their own goals (check)

    3. Tends to exaggerate their own importance, achievements, and talents (check)

    4. Imagines unrealistic fantasies of success, beauty, power, intelligence, or romance (check)

    5. Requires constant attention and positive reinforcement from others (check)

    6. Easily becomes jealous (check)

    7. Lacks empathy and disregards the feelings of others (check)

    8. Obsessed with oneself (check)

    9. Mainly pursues selfish goals (check)

    10. Trouble keeping healthy relationships (check)

    11. Is easily hurt and rejected (check)

    12. Sets unrealistic goals (check)

    13. Wants “the best” of everything (check)

    14. Appears as tough-minded or unemotional (check)

    That’s a full house Gordon…..


    • 28
      W.W. says:

      Thats bizarre, I was watching it thinking what are those tests to find out if someone is a psycopath.

      I do hope Rupert has a record of that phone call.

      Then the madman can at last be locked up.


    • 83
      AC1 says:

      I would call it MALIGNANT Narcissism
      malignant narcissists “have the capacity to admire powerful people, and can depend on sadistic and powerful but reliable parental images”. Malignant narcissists, in contrast to psychopaths, are also said to be capable of developing “some identification with other powerful idealized figures as part of a cohesive ‘gang’…which permits at least some loyalty and good object relations to be internalized”. “Some of them may present rationalized antisocial behavior – for example, as leaders of sadistic gangs or terrorist groups…with the capacity for loyalty to their own comrades”

    • 219
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Britain’s got talent …. Britain also has despite those who would admit it – its Dissidents.

      But when it comes to all manner of disorders – isn’t it funny how the Judiciary seem to candemn the public rather than the ‘great & the good’ as suffering for all manner of disorders ….

      Ergo isn’t Sir Prof Roy Meadows [MSbP!!!] – an alumni of the same house that Murdoch’s in?
      Research – might explain quite a bit.

  10. 20
    Legal Crook says:

    SKY: just had an interview with someone called Tom Bower. He basically said what is the point of Leverson when you have such unchallenged lying testimony as that from Brown.

    • 32
      Anonymous says:

      i noticed his man servant Kevin Mcguire spouting a load of crap on behalf of his master,Gordon Brown.

      • 52
        Northern Convert says:

        Is alistair spinble not tweeting yet?

        • 157
          Geoff, England (not Britain or 'United' KIngdom) says:

          He’s such a thug (like most Liebore fascists) that he’s more likely twatting someone.

      • 220
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Magoo – is ‘locked down’ by e-mails, recorded phone calls, and visits to the seaside – Hot Rocks – Bournemouth where he bent his Guardian Credit card – and his credibility. Ho hum.

    • 118
      Norman Smith says:

      What an outrageous piece of journalism for Sky to run an interview questioning the Dear Leader’s testimony.

      • 119
        Ross Hawkins says:

        I agree. Just remember that Sky is controlled by that nasty person Mr Murdoch.

      • 123
        Ross Hawkins says:

        I agree. Just remember, readers, that Sky is part of that sipder’s web of an empire controlled by the Daddy Arachnoid of them all: Mr Rupert Murdoch.

        • 126
          Just step into my consulting room says:

          Short term memory problem, Ross?

        • 128
          Tom Watson says:

          Ross: you cannot say that!! Remember, everyone had to pretend that Murdoch did not already control Sky. Otherwise there would have been no way to oppose the BSkyB “takeover”.

    • 129
      Tom says:

      And that twat from the Daily Mirror

      • 159
        Geoff, England (not Britain or 'United' KIngdom) says:

        Be specific. They’re all twats at the Mirror.

  11. 22
    50 Calibre says:

    That bastard Brown stole big lump of my pension too…

    • 225
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Clarification needed here:

      Brown allowed the Big Companies a ‘holiday period’ wherein they the CeoBusiness boys – helped themselves to your pension a La Maxwell.

      And then the Financial Media types – told us that we were to blame – for not putting in enough money in the schemes or should that be (Ponzie) scams in the first place.

      Always blame the public en masse – they’re too stupid to work it out.

  12. 23
    Spanish Flu says:
    • 90
      AC1 says:

      Oh come now. Some of the politically connected have been able to offload their losing positions to taxpayers.
      The bailouts will end when the politically connected are safe, or there’s no more taxpayers money to squander.

  13. 25
    David Tennant is a Brown skidmark who forms a crust on a hairy arse. says:

    The BBC is a disgrace!

  14. 26
    Synic says:

    Brown ruined the economy. Belatedly but fortunately he is at out of power. The best course now is to consign the xxxxer to oblivion, totally ignore him, and not give him any publicity at all.

    • 105
      Anonymous says:

      Rather than hide them away, it’s by far and away best if Brown’s failures and lies are given maximum publicity and scrutiny – particularly when there is documentary and historical evidence to demonstrate the extent of his failures and lies.

      Otherwise people such as SAS and Jimmy will continue to labour under the misapprension that Brown is a statesman of some magnitude. Worse, so will millions of voters in the wider electorate.

      • 130
        jgm2 says:

        They’re only winding you up.

        Nobody apart from Brown (and possibly not even him) believes that he was anything other than an utter fucking disaster. The few people who will even admit they ever spoke to him are distancing themselves as fast as they can. Those who can’t disentangle themselves are forced to parrot his lies not because they believe them (if they ever did) but because they know that if he goes down then they’ll all go down.

        He is without friends.

  15. 27
    green ink says:

    gordon brown is incapable of being honest about his or his henchmen’s actions..
    the chingrinner’s performance today shows why he was disliked so much… devious unpleasant scumbag.

    • 38
      Northern Convert says:

      I can,t belive he had,nt read Alister,s or Peter,s books! He,s so narcicistic &
      paranoid. I should imagine he poured over every page looking for references
      to himself. He,s such a liar!

      • 161
        Geoff, England (not Britain or 'United' KIngdom) says:

        Do you know the difference between an apostrophe and a comma?

  16. 29
    jgm2 says:

    Quick. While he’s on oath ask him if he, by action or omission had any part in the arrest of an opposition MP on HoC property on spurious national security grounds purely to censor him?

    Since Brown is so keen to get involved with regulating who can say what.

    The wicked and malicious c*unt.

    • 63
      Phil says:

      What happens to a scots presbyterian who repeatedly lies his arse off under oath?.
      Just asking.

      • 68
        jgm2 says:

        He makes $200,000 per lecture for his ‘charity’. Some might call it money laundering. I couldn’t possibly comment.

      • 150
        A Bloke Of A Certain Age says:

        Probably the same that happens to Catholic converts !

      • 221
        Blowing Whistles says:

        He defers to his legal Brother (a bit like camerooned might) and with the spoken of “Seperation of Powers / independence etc” – miraculously gets off of any charges whatsoever …. Allegedly.

  17. 30
    Brown's Bullshitting Corporation~BBC says:

    He certainly has put the wind up the media!

  18. 33
    Ah! Monika says:

    Comment from Sky News interviewee
    ” We need a free press so we can hold people like Gordon Brown to account when he lies to the Leveson inquiry”

    • 69
      annette curton says:

      I think that’s what you can call an unequivocal statement of the truth.

    • 109
      Johnny says says:

      Principles being abandoned for chummy access and a constant stream of stories for the lobby during the New Labour era demonstrates that a free press alone is not enough. They willingly became integrated with the political machine so they could travel and drink at our expense and let spads write the stories for everyone.

      They happily mislaid their principles when it suited them.

    • 222
      Blowing Whistles says:

      There’s no such thing as a ‘Free Lunch’ – what restaurants were all those tory meetings with rupees men held at … and Don’t mention Granita.

      As for a Free Press – try again …
      Suggestion – subverted.

      Where’s that Restaurant that O Borne, Gilligan and several other journo’s met on 10th Dec some years ago – as a group with concerns about the Dr Kelly death?

      Who paid the most fantastic bill verse the smallest bill that night? [Reciepts please]

  19. 34
    Brown's Bullshitting Corporation~BBC says:

    Media results:
    Gove ~5
    Brown ~O

  20. 36
    Maggies Pearl Necklace says:

    I think Gordon is a very nice, honest and honourable man, now where did I put my crack pipe?

    • 200
      Richard I. Chavez says:

      If that comment had come from “Jimmy”, I wouldn’t have batted an eyelid…

  21. 39
    Penfold says:

    Truth ever,
    That reality, the facts, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, and GIT(Gordo the Incompetant Twat),
    are just not in synchrous orbit around planet Earth or anywhere else in our solar system for that matter.

    Let’s hope that someone will have the balls to make a formal complaint about his perjured testimony.

    • 227
      Blowing Whistles says:

      And don’t forget that Alan Johnson – made a reference in the press to the planet Zog – as if he wasn’t living there … umm

  22. 40
    Steve Miliband says:

    Brown has contested the stories, under oath, of Brooks, Mandelson and Murdoch.

    He’s saying three others lied under oath?

  23. 41
    Gordon Brown says:

    You haven’t got the evidence so I can lie with impunity.

  24. 42
    I don't need no doctor says:

    No twitter from the BBC, WONDER WHY?

  25. 44
    Anonymous says:

    how nice for the tory c’unts to be able to vent their collective spleens on one of the most delusional men in british politics.

    better than facing the realities of the economic mismanagement and consequences for the electorate of the coalition – consequences the rich will never have to deal with

    • 51
      I don't need no doctor says:

      Go eat your buns Tom Watson.

    • 59
      Steve Miliband says:

      Being ironic anonymous?

    • 72
      Northern Convert says:

      OO you mean like Tony, Gordon, Peter M, Lord Prescot et al
      Will never have to deal with? You can,t wack a “rich socialist”.
      After all, its not their fault they got rich “fighting” for the rest of us
      is it? And also, don,t assume all of us are Tory c,s, as you put it.

    • 194

      [Romantic interlude with Edmund and Bob walking in the countryside to the

      tunes of "Greensleeves", "The Rain it Raineth Every Day", "Hey Nonny, I

      Love You", "My Love is a Prick (On a Tudor Rose)", "Hot Sex Madrigal in the

      Middle of my Tights" and "Many, many more..."]

      Hotly followed by “Hey Nonny, you are a Prick”

  26. 46
    Anonymous says:

    Wow, a collection of tweets from a bunch of Hunts. Deserves the death penalty I suppose?

  27. 47
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Brown should be sectioned with immediate effect.
    So who is the liar Brown or Mandleson? Once again the selective biased BBC did not ask this question.

    • 100
      AC1 says:

      Both lie constantly.

      • 142
        Seb and Tessa says:

        Brown would undoubtedly win the gold if this Leveson farce were an Olympic event.

        • 189
          Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

          Political Olympics Events:

          Biggest Lie under oath at a Public Enquiry
          Most Biased Panel on Question Time (Relay)
          Most left-wing edition of Newsnight 2012.

    • 242
      BobRoberts says:

      Far more likely that Brown is telling porky pies.

      Think Mandleson is too smart and too slick to get caught lying. He strikes me as someone more likely to bend the truth to absolute breaking point rather than actually lie.

  28. 49
    Brown's Bullshitting Corporation~BBC says:

    The Labour cnuts are all singing from the same hymn sheet. They are out to weaken Murdoch’s influence and ensure that he is as popular as leper in a leper colony.

  29. 50
    Anonymous says:

    Brown did what he always has done. He lied his head off.

    That’s not news, that’s history.

  30. 54
    Ah! Monika says:

    Another politico wearing a purple tie!!!!

    And from his own mouth:-

    Gordon Brown says” lessons cannot be learned about press standards until there is honesty about how the Sun covered his son’s cystic fibrosis.”

    • 65
      jgm2 says:

      Lessons cannot be learned from press standards until there is honesty about how the entire UK press sat and watched Brown destroy the UK economy without batting an eyelid. And how the BBC had a full half hour news ready to run with zero notice on the morning the bank bailouts were announced. A show with twenty year old footage that would have had to be dug out of the archives and remastered [all Fatcher's fault and the 'Big Bang' and banks doncha know..] and yet we were told this situation had arisen overnight and was a total shock to everybody. Including the BBC.

      Ask the fucker if he can explain that.

      • 87
        Pawn Sandwich says:

        Why do you think Brown mentioned Milly Dowler in the first few sentences today? My guess is that it is for pre scripted news sessions in collusion with certain labour supporting broadcasters.

    • 89
      annette curton says:

      Jeez, If all else fails go for the sympathy vote.

    • 141
      Anonymous says:

      Didn’t the Guardian’s web site report the story the day before the Sun?

      • 158
        jgm2 says:

        Is that true?

        • 165
          Anonymous says:

          Go here:


          Then scroll down to comment 85….
          Comment 85 in turn references a time-stamped link on the Guardian’s web site; a link which is still active. Google is definitely not Gordon’s friend.

          • jgm2 says:

            Spoiler tactic by Brown. The Sun will have contacted Brown to ask him if their information was true and giving him opportunity to comment. He, knowing the story was about to break, will then have briefed the BBC and opposition newspapers to undermine The Sun’s ‘scoop’.

            If the Grauniad really had the ‘scoop’ before The Sun then I’d have expected somebody to come up with that in their defence.

  31. 56
    Brown is one creepy fuck says:

    I gave up watching after about thirty minutes. I almost kicked the TV screen in when he said the reason he threw parties for Brooks after the story about his son was published was because Sarah’s a forgiving person. That man is beyond repulsive. He lies continuously, takes responsibility for nothing, and believes he’s the victim in all this. Awful excuse for a human being. Just fuck off and never darken our lives again with your mong face.

  32. 61
    Brown is one creepy fuck says:

    Judging by his massive pot belly, it looks like the fat fuck’s been comfort eating ever since he was kicked out.

  33. 62
    Moby Dick says:

    its a tragedy anthony perkins got the part in psycho instead of gordon

  34. 64
    bald old git says:

    If the lobby believe that Brown’s testimony is mistaken, perhaps they will now abandon all of those lobby conventions and give us names, dates and details. There’s no obligation to protect a source in these circumstances.

    • 77
      Tron says:

      Yes, come on you Lobby Hacks. We know he is lying but you can prove it.

      What a disgusting man.

      • 84
        jgm2 says:

        Exactly. Why don’t they pick their fucking jaws off the floor and go to print. And likewise the BBC.

        Have Peston and Robinson use what they know to give the wicked and malicious bastard both barrels. They won’t though. To protect their ‘access’.

        • 93
          Sandra says:

          Mason, Peston – no way will they do their jobs and give the public the truth about their fellow travellers on the far left.

          The ends justify the means.

  35. 66
    Brown's Bullshitting Corporation~BBC says:

    If I was Sarah Brown, I would have punched Brooks ugly moosh not invited the Ginger witch to a party!

  36. 67
    Hang The Bastards says:

    Dont hang the bastard ……. Just shoot the C.unt

  37. 70
    Brown is one creepy fuck says:

    What’s the bet that Jay will cut Osborne’s answers short or demand he not go off topic, in contrast to the way he let Brown drone on uninterrupted with his lies?

  38. 71
    Mr Blonde says:

    Sorry but Radio 5 said Brown was very good at Leveson and that Murdoch is a liar.

  39. 74
    owen jones says:

    Chingrinner’s arrogance is risible

  40. 75
    Jimmy says:

    I miss him too.

  41. 76
    Gary Elsby Stoke says:

    I’ve ended boom and bust.
    I’ve brought trust back into politics.
    Tony and I get on with each other.
    I support the Prime Minister.

    etc etc…etc….

  42. 79
    Mr Blonde says:

    I see the Daily Mail is sticking up for the Scottish idiot Brown. Why has no one ever investigated the close relationship between Brown and Paul Dacre?

  43. 80
    Brown is one creepy fuck says:

    As shit as Cameron is, Brown’s bizarre ramblings today have clarified the danger of what will happen to the free press if Labour get back in. Brown talking about a licence fee for the internet is horrific. That’s exactly the kind of thing Balls would do. I hope Murdoch has a recording of Brown’s phone calls and decides to release it. It may be our last chance to expose Labour. If they get back in, kiss the free press goodbye. We’ll have state sanctioned news courtesy of Hauptsturmführer Balls.

    • 136
      Northern Convert says:

      It will be the darkest day in this countrys history if Balls ever gets his hands on the money.

  44. 81
    The BBC says:

    We have no shame! We are a bunch of money grubbing, left wing bullying, corrupt cnuts and there is nothing you can do about it! Now shooo.

  45. 82
    Baroness Warsi says:

    I demand to be on the front pages of the dead tree press !

  46. 86
    Jimmy says:

    ……………..but whilst Cameron has the good sense to follow PM Browns robust economic model I suppose he will have to suffice.

  47. 87
    Ah! Monika says:

    Did they ask him to confirm his name?

    • 96
      Pawn Sandwich says:

      Yes, and he did. He also confirmed his religious upbringing and his involvement with charities.

  48. 92
    HenryV says:

    Forget the man. What we should be worried about is that “our” system, and it is “our” system let us not try to shift the blame, allows or enables talentless, flawed, sociopathic, morally and intellectually corrupt individuals not just enter Parliament but actually have hold high office that affect the lives and deaths of million of people.

    No wonder Europe holds such sway over us because we have no leaders; there is a vacuum and nature abhors a vacuum. We have had no real government since Thatcher fell.

    God help us if we do leave the EU and our left to our devices because there is nobody capable of taking the tiller. Our technocrats and diplomats don’t
    have the courage of those found in France or Norway or Singapore. These are the class who did little to prevent Labour destroying our country.

    So forget Brown, he is history. If you want to get angry get angry at the system not the lying fool.

  49. 94
    Mr Blonde says:

    I also noticed that rather than cover Brown at Leveson the BBC decided that two foreign men hitting balls at each other was a more worthy use of time.

    Cameron should have booked himself in for today.

    • 107
      annette curton says:

      BBC = Bullshit, Bread and Circuses.

    • 173
      Fog says:

      If you’re referring to Nadal and Djokavic French Open final, it was a thousand times better than watching Brown – although I watched it on ITV4. But I know what you mean.

  50. 97
    MB. says:

    I suppose if you are going to lie then you might as well go the whole way and lie about everything. I kept expecting to deny the incident with Mrs Duffy ever happened and blame it on The Sun.

    • 223
      Nogbad the Bad says:

      So it wasn’t Sue’s fault, it was The Sun’s fault. He just piss-pronounced his worms.

  51. 101
    It keeps chavs occupied I suppose says:

    Off-topic but I find it so wearisome that every two years we have to go through the same old routine in the news of “cheering on our boys” at the Euro or World Cup, the same old images of the country’s thick lower orders saying “this time we’re gonna win it”, and the same old “we’ll do it next time” after we’ve lost. Let’s be honest. We have a shit team. The closest we’ve ever come to a final since 66 was the semi-final in 90. Being patriotic isn’t the same as being a fantasist. We’re gonna lose, and the fans and players will trot out their customary “It wasn’t our year but we’ll win the World Cup in 2014″. No, we won’t.

    • 121
      AC1 says:

      Plenty of football blogs =====> that way.

    • 137
      Tony Bliar didnt fool me says:

      Dont forget about the long season the English premier league is, cause Spain Italy and Germany league football is a walk in the park…………

      • 184
        HenryV says:

        I thought the soccer premier league was 90% foreign players?

        • 235
          Blowing Whistles says:

          And the Sky Bid for the Premier league tv rights in 2000 were all koshure. Neil Chenoweth “Virtual Murdoch” yeah right!

  52. 103
    Ah! Monika (Mail) says:

    To my shame I find myself believing an Australian newspaper magnate over a former PM of Great Britain.
    - norfolk dumpling, norfolk, 11/6/2012 12:44


  53. 106
    Brown's shitst@ins on the BBC says:

    What a f.@rce!

  54. 111
    Mr Blonde says:

    Check out Nick Robinson on Twitter, I don’t think he’s clearly watching the same feed from Leveson as the rest of the planet.

    • 124
      AC1 says:

      The reichsfuhrer redefines reality for robinson.

    • 125
      I don't need no doctor says:

      Now there is a surprise.

    • 133
      jgm2 says:

      A few years ago Robinson responded (petulantly) to criticism of his unquestioning style when faced with manifest lies and incompetence by Labour.

      He informed anybody interested that he was a ‘reporter’ and it was his job to ‘report’. He was not an investigator.

      So when Brown spouts some lie Robinson (and Peston) quite happily see it as their job to ‘report’ what Brown said. And they certainly don’t see it as their job to question Brown. The entire BBC has the same approach to any Labour MP. Hence the weekly Andrew Marr Party Political Broadcast by the Labour Party during the Imbecility. The ‘best’ snippets of which would then be reported as ‘news’ throughout the day.

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        You can feel the hatred says:

      • 228
        Baldy says:

        They’re not ‘reporters’ of the news because they’re simply regurgitators of political spin.

        They’re paid to do that because most people know when NuLiebore are lying (lips moving), but a lot of people still like to believe that the BBC is impartial (though the reality is ‘impartial like the Scots not minding who beats England’).

        As it becomes more blatant, more people are catching on that the BBC is nothing but an EU-loving racist propaganda outfit.

    • 135
      post hoc says:

      If Fleet Street ever needed an excuse to hack phones in the public good, then the Prime Mentalist’s statements to Leveson this morning have just provided that incentive.

    • 156
      Betrand Russell says:

      Toenails obviously is feeling the effect of his sycophancy.
      he Brownian Alimentary Canal causes strange effects on the twitter stream!

  55. 113
    Osborne on trial says:

    Now Osborne’s major spat in the press were his cocaine and whoring days and his fascination with sadomasochism. Will Mr J bring it up?

  56. 115
    Old Holborn says:

    Book One.

    A Ruinous Feud.

    First posted by stanislav,a young polish plumber to Old Holborn at 01 February 2009 . Worth repeating. Enjoy.

    It is in an old, roofless, dilapidated building, without windows or doors, more a few piles of rubble than a building, set in a devastated, once-urban wilderness, two hundred years hence, it is night-time, a handful of dirty, hungry people huddle together.

    An Elder speaks: “Gather close, where the walls meet, against the cold, we last few people of the Tribe, we, the remnants of a once mighty people, throw more shitcake on the fire, set Watchmen against the coming of Others, and I will tell you the tale – as my Sire told me and his Sire told him and his Sire told him, back, way back, since the coming of Gordon’s Ruin. These, children and friends, are the legends and commentaries, the hymns and prayers of stanislav the Polish plumber; make unto each other the sign of Ruin and say, after me, the first commandment of stanislav the Pole: Up against the wall, motherfuckers………”

    All: “Up against the wall, motherfuckers; up against the wall, motherfuckers, up against the wall, motherfuckers.”

    “And Gordon the Ruiner was born, some say hatched, in what were called the BadJocklands o’ Fife, far distant, ten nights march, in a place of ever-warring tribes, of filth and disease, where men dressed and acted as women and women were thrashed like mad dogs and all were an abomination and it was a land of inebriate, cross-dressing, wife-beating, child-molesting Jock sonsafuckingbitches…”

    “and it was a land of inebriate, cross-dressing, wife-beating, child-molesting Jock sonsafuckingbitches”

    “And Gordon’s father was an Voodoo Witch Doctor of this Tribe and the Keeper of the Bones and Spells and Curses and lived in an fucking manse, which is an Ancients’ word for an knocking shop and an place of Devil worship and infamy and he did go among the tribe and rebuke them and take from them their tokens and goods – as such they had in the days of Plenty, before Ruin claimed all – and spend it upon women’s undergarments for himself. And he was called also an clergyperson, which was a word used by the Ancients to indicate an defiler of children, an filthy fucking bastard.

    And Gordon’s birth brought Darkness at the break of Noon and he was seen as one afflicted, sour and ugly but the old tribes did not, as do we, set the mutant out for the dogs to kill and consume, but nourished him instead, for this was Before Ruination came at Gordon’s hand, and there was food and shelter and thanks to stanislav the plumber, water sprang from magic pipes beneath the earth – honest and not invent, pipes, filled with clean water grew everywhere and the Ancients, Before Ruin, knew not of drinking from puddles, or collecting rainwater, as is our custom, now, now that Gordon the Ruinous, skulking and plotting and lying and feuding, has forever laid waste all that the Ancients had made. And Before Ruin, shit was not hoarded and mixed with straw, by the children, for fuel, but washed away down magic pipes into the dead seas. Imagine, water for all, as much as they could drink, so abundant that they splashed it all over themselves, several times a day. Our chronicler saw to it, stanislav was his name and plumbing – or planting and growing the magic water pipes and cutting through all the shit – was his game, Up against the wall motherfuckers, his constant cry, as Ruin’s cold hand gripped the Place ”

    “Up against the wall, motherfuckers.”

    “And as Gordon grew, even his Sire, the Preacherman and tight-fisted Presbyterian sonofafuckingbitch……”

    “Tight-fisted Presbyterian sonofafuckingbitch.”

    “…looked on him and said unto his woman, this one must go away and be taught bribery, blackmail and deceit, bullying and cowardice, for he has about him the look of an Hunt, an right Hunt. And he will flourish in the world of Hunts and we shall all prosper from his Huntishness. Look, he cannot speak but only stutter, his jaw jerks even as unto an fiddler’s elbow, dropping like an hangman’s trap-door; down and up, down and up, gulp and spasm, twitch and shudder, as though he were plagued or poxed. And look, ye, at his hands, all bitten and gnawed even until they bleed. This is no ordinary youth; this is an freak, an control freak.

    And so Gordon went unto an Huntish gathering place and practiced the dark art of Hunting or hooning and after many moonturns, came down from the BadJocklands, where sister mated with brother and mother with son, unto this Place, then called the place of England, an merry place, filled with carefree, flirtatious, dancing men called Morris, gaily striking sticks together, singing fol-de-rol and yo-ho-ho, setting forth, after handsome maidens, on Bright May Mornings, eating the multi-hued fishcreatures of Saint Rick of Padstow, the poultry of St Jamie of Sainsbury and, it is fabled, licking the Crème Brulee off of the Tits of the blessed Saint Nigella; not for the Ancients the foraged rats and weeds, which form our sustenance, the snar-ed blackbird and sparrow, the root porridge and flat bread. But then came Gordon. And with him he brought Huntishness and stupidity and greed and vanity and cruelty and set to his lifework of Ruination and Despair.

    And he did promptly prohibit the dancing Morrises and much else of the England place until it was said that one could not walk down the fucking road without breaking the laws of Gordon or being killed by his men-at-arms. And strangers came from Elsewhere at Gordon’s urging and Gordon the Ruinous Jackal gave unto them the homes and trades and even the services of the hospitallers and apothecaries of the Ancients and the ones from Elsewhere, in their millions, gave Gordon their support, for it was not their Place and they cared not for it one trifling bit, not even an flying fuck but cared only for Gordon’s plunder which he did share with them gladly in exchange for their acclamation. And lo, as he curtailed the freedoms of the Ancients, he celebrated by eating snot, before the eyes of the people, even from his own nose.”

    “Eating snot, before the eyes of the people, even from his own nose.”

    “And in those days, stanislav tells, were viewing boxes, powered by the Gods in the above Place, in which magic happened and Visions of tiny people, much like, even copies of real people, spoke out loud from the innards of the box and there were, too, before Ruin, other Places, beyond. And there other tribes could look into their viewing boxes, in a place that was called All Over The Fucking World. And in All Over The Fucking World the multitudes who then lived, in plenty, Before Ruin, could see Gordon, the filthy, snot-eating Ruiner of all things, but did only laugh and deride and not, as they should have, put him out for Death’s Harvest Home, the horrible fucking bastard.”

    “Put him out for Death’s Harvest Home, the horrible fucking bastard. Put him out for Death’s Harvest Home, the horrible fucking bastard ”

    “And Gordon fell in with Kinnockio the Welsh Clown and Blair the Grinning Butcher and Imelda the Greedy Scouse Gob and was at once at home among them for they were all useless, idle, thieving Hunts……”

    “Useless, idle, thieving Hunts.”

    “…. Feuding, hating each other, bound together by Treachery’s harsh cords, steeped in offence and foulness, pious and righteous their discourse, squalid and filthy their habits, all, as the Ancients said, fur coat and no knickers.”

    “All fur coat and no knickers.”

    Kinnockio the Clown was then leader of Gordon’s Tribe but was an piece of worthless garbage, tripe; an spluttering charlatan. stanislav tells how Kinnockio, the Welsh Git, could not walk in an straight line without falling over on top of his woman, Greedy Glenys Slime could not speak but only issue interminable, repetitive proclamations and in a contest between Kinnockio the Git and an twittering, walking, talking fencepost called The Major, the people of the Ancient tribes so detested the worthless, spluttering Kinnockio that he lost the contest, even though he should have won, the horrible, thieving Welsh bastard.

    “The horrible Welsh git. Up against the wall, motherfuckers and ginger bastards.”

    “Kinnockio whined and windbagged that the place of England deserved to have him in charge, botching things up, deserved his sticky Welsh fingers in their pockets, his cawing, sing-song reproving voice in their ears, bleated that the scribes had done for him, The Last Pilgrim Exeunt Must Snuff out the Candle, they had said, should Kinnochio become Chief of Chiefs. And after the horrible and stupid Welsh git was sent to Away in Brussels, a place of thieving and embezzlement and perversion, where he and Glenys and their vile spawn made merry, came another Jockman to lead, an oily, puffed-up sanctimonious bastard, an lawyer, which is an Ancients’ word for thief, and his name was called John Smith – or, in some versions of the Saga, John Smith’s Best Bitter – and he anointed both the Grinning Butcher and the Snot-eating Freak as his heirs and not an moment too soon, children, for Old Smith did die straightways, from an sudden illness or was poisoned and killed by younger men of his own tribe – Byersites, Milburnites, Boatengites and by their witches, Margaret and Patricia and Ruth Man Kelly and Harriet SourSister and by Imelda the Cavernous Scouse Gob, who stood to profit the most. – Quick, fresh shitcakes for the fire, the blood thins and chills the heart as the Saga of Ruin unfolds.

    And after the Deceasement of Smith the Pompous, Gordon did plot and intrigue against all and blackmail and bully any in his path to secure unto himself the Chieftain’s role which was his by right, he claimed, as a Son of the Fucking Manse. But his tribesmen knew that others too, in addition to his kin, would see Gordon as defective, misshapen, maladroit and untrustworthy and Gordon’s paramour, call-ed Sneaky Pete, acclaimed, instead, Blair the Grinning Butcher and his woman, Imelda, which event threw Gordon into an rage for the rest of his life, the horrible bad-tempered tantruming snot-eating fucking bastard.

    “The horrible bad-tempered tantruming snot-eating fucking bastard.”

    “Rejected thus for his vileness and ugliness of spirit, Gordon the Ruiner, cursing, thwarted, secured unto himself an place behind the Throne, as Treasurer, from whence he harried and disrupted the doings of Tony and Imelda the Slatternly Freeloader, who, thieves, cowards and liars themselves, could not restrain the malice of Gordon the Ruiner, nor withstand it. Gordon, feuding, even, in Night-time’s foetid loneliness, with himself, and plotting, whispering contagion and malfeasance, spiteful and vindictive so conspired against the Grinning Blairs they were compelled to abandon the Hunt Throne to Gordon and set themselves to mendicancy, to begging, in the place called All Over The Fucking World, which no longer exists. And by means of numbers pulled from the air – or, as stanislav tells it, Rubbish fucking tractor production statistics – Gordon persuaded some, called Hefferites and Kavanaghites and Toynbeeites and ToiletsMaguireites that he was an genius and an saint when in truth he was nothing but an fucked-up mouthy Hunt with shit for brains, with an disposition so vile that people cowered from his rages, which were frequent and Gordon the Ruinous spared not even himself from his rages, so stupid was he that he had once bashed an eye out from his own head and was good even for fuck all… “

    “Good even for fuck all..”

    “…….and since youth he had blethered, Oh, Forgive me for being a useless, cack-handed, clumsy, ham-fisted, lumbering, pasty-faced, lardy, stuttering nincompoop, it is because I am a person of one-eye-edness, not that I ever mention it to gain sympathy (wink, wink).

    stanislav is not clear about the legend of the rocking horse but it is fabled among other Ancients scholars that Gordon, among his male intimates, did often act and dress as an infant, an gross, vile, bloated infant wearing nothing but an cloth around his privates, into which cloth he could warmly and moistly soil himself and be, for a few minutes, happy, squelching in warm shit, shit filling his snotty nostrils, shit oozing-out from the towel, down his fat thighs; shit Paradise. And it was said that one of his counsellors did fashion an image of Gordon the Shitty Ruiner, sat astride an rocking horse, a pink, naked, blubbery babyman, clad in only a shit towel, or an nappy, pouting. And, for fear of it being shown to the Ancients in the place of England and in All Over The Fucking World, Gordon, the Ruinous Shitman Gordon, would permit the image-maker every license, tolerate his every offence until, eventually, terrified, he appointed him as Deputy Ruiner, which, for the Ancients, marked the true beginning of the end, with the coming anew of Sneaky Pete, now Lord Peter, the Foul Cocksucker, the Age of Ruin had properly commenced and an ruinous feud poisoned all, beyond help or redemption………”

    “The night blows, now, cold and rainy and we must find shelter from the storm, behind piled rocks with sticks sharpened against Beasts and Others, who would bite and tear at us, steal our shitcake, our dried ratflesh and all our treasures. Tomorrow is an day of Scavenging, we might find an tin or two of baking beans, in some Holy Retail Ruin. And if so there will be Feasting and I shall continue the Saga of Gordon the Ruiner. Make, friends and children, the Sign of Ruin to one another and say, after me, the second commandment of stanislav the plumber:”

    “And they shall be taken, all, and given an quick rub-down with an housebrick and dropp-ed down an mineshaft”

    “And so should it have happened, Sleep well, itinerant paupers, ragged and frightened, cold and huingry, in the wreckage and squalor left us by Gordon the Ruinous. Amen”

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      jgm2 says:


    • 203
      Polly Seewonk says:

      “Imagine, water for all, as much as they could drink, so abundant that they splashed it all over themselves, several times a day.”

      And the LibLabCon (in the person of Caroline Spelman) is working to take that away, stupidly thinking that water is ‘destroyed’, so preferring instead to implement water-metering to bill for more money and cut back water use, rather than invest in water-storage.

      (Spelman’s degree is in ‘European Studies’ so she should be able to add up unlike the PPE twits, but perhaps those ‘European Studies’ simply made her loyal to the EU* rather than the UK; who knows – we can only judge by her decisions and actions?)

      say, after me, the first commandment of stanislav the Pole:
      “Up against the wall, motherfuckers.”

      Mmm, worth thinking aboout.
      * http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/9261122/Keeping-the-country-short-of-water-is-now-government-and-EU-policy.html

    • 204
      Pa Broon says:

      Class – I miss old Stan.

      A curse on ten generations of Brown. Scum. Subhuman.

    • 232
      I can't be arsed to think up a new pseudonym says:

      Wish Stan’s creator well – I understand he is in hospital in Jockland.

  57. 117
    AC1 says:

    Use Alt GR key on vowels.

    Páúl Dácré

  58. 132
    John says:

    Mandelson: There would have been a number of — I mean, Gordon did not hold back in talking to Rupert Murdoch. He did telephone him, he had every right to do so, and when he thought that he was being traduced, as he did, by the Sun, he wanted to give vent to his feelings about that. I mean, who can blame him in the circumstances? Personally, I think it is better to go to editors rather than proprietors, but he did have a good relationship with Rupert and he invoked that friendship.


  59. 140
    Terrible But True says:

    Maybe what’s needed is an inquiry into what on earth lead to this man getting to ‘lead’ this country, albeit briefly, if enough to totally stuff up as PM all that Mr. Blair managed, in complement to his own efforts as Chancellor.

    And as Leveson has set the trend to dragging the media into it all, it should include by what ‘unique’ process certain broadcast monopolies got him in, protected him while he was there, and are still spinning for him today in the face of actual reality and facts.

    And why. Especially as the next DG is being stitched up for the licence fee paying public as we watch the BBC’s ‘version of events’ unfold on screen and via a rather oddly subdued twitterstream today.

  60. 145
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    Remind you of anybody?

  61. 147
    A Bloke Of A Certain Age says:

    So here was me thinking that Sarah was a hard nosed PR professional but Gordon has now enlightened us that she is in reality a delightful individual that only sees the good in people and had no hidden agenda in socialising with the Murdochs.
    Its clear that the staff at number 10 thought the same fluffy thoughts about her after all thats why they gave her the nickname “Magda”.

    • 149
      jgm2 says:

      My husband. My hero.

      Hiding behind women’s skirts the contemptible bastard. And he was forced to do that at his own party conferences after he conspired to remove Blair.

      ‘Ahhh fuck. We can’t give the contemptible c*unt a good barracking in front of his missus. That would be bad form’.

      And they both knew it.

      Same reason he gave his resignation speech with his kids in attendance. So that nobody would drown out his self-serving monologue with a perpetual tirade of ‘Fuck Off. Fuck Off….’ Not in front of the kids.

      Vile, wicked and malicious, economy-destroying mental bastard.

      • 195
        The Last Quango in Paris says:


        And so we are to believe in amongst the tripe that was read out that Rebekah Brooks published details of their sons health against their will but Sarah remained close friends with her.


  62. 152
    nellnewman says:

    I must confess I laughed whilst listening to him. He’s so awful he’s funny in a creepy sort of way.

    Then again maybe he really is living on an alternative planet incapable of facing reality and truth. In which case he desperately needs help.

  63. 154
    Deb says:

    Did the BBC give the same treatment to Brown that they did to one Jeremy Hunt? You know, each headline giving an update ie…. ‘the accused has got into the car that is taking him to the Levenson enquiry, the accused has got out of the car taking him to the Levenson enquiry…. the accused has gone into the building where the Levenson enquiry is being held…. we at the BBC don’t believe a word that the accused is saying…. etc etc.

    • 197
      Anonymous says:

      But we all know that BBC stands for Blatantly Biased Crap.

      When it doesn’t stand for Brussels Broadcasting Clowns, or just the publicity department of the Labour party, in partnership with the Broadcasting arm of the Guardian.

  64. 155
    Bob Lindsay-Smith says:

    Whatever you think of Gordon Brown, on these events his version of what happened has more of the ring of truth than that of Rebekah Brooks and Rupert Murdoch.

    • 164
      Psychoanalyst says:

      Rubbish! Why would Murdoch make up a story about Brown ranting at him?
      Rebekah Brook’s account of the Sun story also had the ring of truth about it.

      You cannot believe a word Brown says!

      • 180
        the dark crusader says:

        Gordon Brown of S.H.I.E.L.D. brings together a team of super humans to form The Avengers to help save the Earth from Loki and his army.

        • 205
          Baldy says:

          Surely you mean ‘Gordon Brown of S.H.I.T.E’ (Scotland Hurls Its Twats on England)?

      • 244
        Bob Lindsay-Smith says:

        ‘Rant’ is a subjective term. Brown, like anyone, may well have expressed his feelings forcefully – if you are a psychoanalyst you would understand that.

        On hard facts, Brook’s account of how the Sun obtained the information is at odds with that now admitted by the NHS.

  65. 162
    Greychatter says:


    To be a Good liar – you have to have a Good memory.

    • 174
      jgm2 says:

      No. You only have to have a better memory than the other person. This is what got Brown so far in politics. The problem is that once he came into the limelight as PM then his every imbecile utterance was on record and at that point it became apparent that he couldn’t even maintain a consistent story throughout a single sentence let alone from day-to-day.

      ‘I am responsible so I have sacked the person responsible….’

      • 206
        Polly Seewonk says:

        ‘I am responsible so I have sacked the person responsible….’

        Hah! Socialist speak, showing how nothing can improve under them as lessons can’t be learnt because it’s always someone else to blame.


  66. 169
    Owain Glyndwr says:

    Just a thought you cannot really call brown a liar if he truly believes that he telling the truth, same goes for all nut jobs

  67. 170
    MB. says:

    Wouldn’t it be great if the Murdochs were able to produce a recording of one of the conversations that Brown said never happened!

  68. 175
    Crappy mini driver says:

    Who watches the delusional crap! Not me!

  69. 176
    Anonymous says:

    God smacked at the hatred coming from the far-right on here.

    • 187
      Pallas Athene says:

      Tell God to stop smacking you – it’s not nice.

      • 207
        Baldy says:

        Hang on – there might be a very good reason. It’s His bible that’s used for the oaths, isn’t it?

  70. 177
    Anonymous says:

    So many insane people on here. Its difficult to know where to start…

  71. 181
    Anonymous says:

    Lets take a a look at the mentality of the people running the country at the moment -

    Here are some of this afternoons far-right gems-

    Just fuck off and never darken our lives again with your mong face.
    The Labour cnuts are all singing from the same hymn sheet.

    Brown? Deserve the death penalty? Definitely.

    The wicked and malicious c*unt.
    He’s such a thug (like most Liebore fascists) that he’s more likely twatting someone.

    t’s the same reason the c*unts want to regulate the internet. In case we start organising plans on the q.t to string ‘em up from cranes.

    When can we expect to see him arrested?

    Judging by his massive pot belly, it looks like the fat fuck’s been comfort eating ever since he was kicked out.
    the same old images of the country’s thick lower orders saying “this time we’re gonna win it”,

    “and it was a land of inebriate, cross-dressing, wife-beating, child-molesting Jock sonsafuckingbitches”

    “The horrible Welsh git. Up against the wall, motherfuckers and ginger bastards.”
    Hiding behind women’s skirts the contemptible bastard.

    etc etc

    • 196
      blip says:

      Now go back to your chums at Pink News, recount what you have seen and tell them how it was ‘too, too howibble.’

    • 199
      Airey Belvoir says:

      You’re right. People should not sugar-coat it like that, they should give him both barrels.

    • 208
      Rhondda B. says:

      Just wondering in what way any of the above can be properly characterised as ‘right wing’. Oh, I forgot, it’s just a catch-all term for anything that knee-jerk socialists dislike. Time to buy the Ladybird Book of Politics. The Idiot’s Guide might be a bit beyond you for now. Oops, sorry for being so ‘right-wing’.

    • 210
      Baldy says:

      Yes, difficult to choose which is best from those gems, I agree.

      But they could as well be from the Blairites as from the so-called ‘far-right’ – after all the ‘far-right’ would have probably mentioned Brown’s policy of using wholesale immigration to change the ethnic make-up of England.

      And didn’t the ethnic raping and pimping of scores of young girls go unopposed for years under NuLiebore? The ‘far-right’ could have mentioned that but Blairites wouldn’t. So they may well be Blairites.

  72. 182
    GUBU says:

    What all this boils down to is one word. C#nt. End of…

  73. 202
    The Last Quango in Paris says:

    ‘Bloater Brown’ is how I will refer to the moron from now on. I bet that tie is 4m long.

  74. 209
    Press knows.best says:

    Is this site Murdoch owned?if it were true he’d have the recording

    • 236
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Murdoch is toast – along with all of those who have sailed aboard his sunken vessel.

      There are a few ex-News International employees – who haven’t spoken out fully yet – but they will and despite the efforts of many who want to silence them.

  75. 214
    Anon Secure Unit Spoke-Person says:

    Please be advised that Patient No. 4786666 Brown Gordon, has been successfully sedated & strapped in for the Night in the secure comfort cell.

  76. 237
    Redlands says:

    He may lie like a ‘cheap Chinese watch’. but the demonic powers of havoc and destruction remain.. Even the Sky News link to ‘Boulton and co’ 1pm news, failed at a mere mention of his name!

  77. 243
    jimmy sewage says:

    a fat scottish turd held the nation enthralled

  78. 246
    GeoffS says:

    Brown, predictably, lived down to expectation.

  79. 248
    Bugler Bert says:

    What a coincidence……tha Prime Mentalist lying under oath, and the debate on mental health in the Commons – is Broon trying to get into the history books?

    Charge the bloody man, along with all other lying left-wing layabouts that performed on the inquiry.

  80. 249
    Bugler Bert says:

    Re. Mr J…. Who works in the same chambers as Mr J….. does she “Sally forth?”
    by the way, why BLUE bikini, as that is the TORY colour?

  81. 254
    olden1936 says:

    So much bitter hatred spewed forth here. If you folks aren’t happy with the status quo foisted upon us all by all governments, do something about it. Continuously flood Parliament, the BBC, and the printed Media with letters with well thought out intelligent and constructive ideas to improve the miserable lot of the unthinking herd born to be milked known as the British Public. This method works for Amnesty International whose members’ countless letters to foul dictators shine a searchlight on those dictators’ dark deeds and often achieve the desired results. You probably won’t receive replies but your letters have to be read. Leaders know and fear the power of the written word.

  82. 144
    Oz on the Box says:

    Osborne is coming over rather well. Far more natural and responsive than he is in the house and on Marr.

    Made mr J look silly about the 4th July too. Quite telling that the other lawyers thought it funny, perhaps Mr Jay isn’t as well liked as I thought.

    You are right absolute calm after this morning’s rant

  83. Greychatter says:

    Listening to something on the BBBC radio 4 this morning George Osbourne was praised for the way he has handled Britains credit rating. Its unusial for commentators on the BBBC to give the Government credit for anything positive.

    That bit will probably be edited from any repeat.

  84. Owain Glyndwr says:

    From biased-bbc, The bbc is to britain what judas was to jesus

  85. Baldy says:

    Jesus wasn’t forced to pay Judas the money to betray him.

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Rod Liddle on the loony UN sexism special rapporteur:

“There is more sexism in Britain than in any other country in the world, according to a mad woman who has been sent here by the United Nations.

Rashida Manjoo is a part-time professor of law at Cape Town University in the totally non-sexist country of South Africa (otherwise known as Rape Capital Of The World).

Mrs Magoo has been wandering around with her notebook and is appalled by the sexist “boys’ club” culture here, apparently.

I don’t doubt we still have sexism in the UK. But is it worse than in, say, Saudi Arabia, d’you think, honey-lamb? Or about 175 other countries? Get a grip, you doolally old bat.”

orkneylad says:

What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?

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