July 6th, 2012

Mensch on Drugs


187 Comments

  1. 1
    Oy Vey says:

    Still would

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    • 35
      Anonymous says:

      What topical event about drugs happened in the past week to enable her to grandstand about her experience?

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      • 46
        Engineer says:

        Ken Clarke admitted publicly that we’re losing the war on drugs. Do keep up.

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        • 67
          Snitch and Snatch says:

          Where does her Husband pay his tax?

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          • David Laws Lib Dem Fiddler says:

            She should not hold and be barred from holding public office. Did she tell voters at the last election she took drugs???

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        • 82
          misterned says:

          Of course drugs messed with her brain. They turned her into a Blair supporting, politically correct obsessive, EU loving, CAGW believing, big state liberal who stands in elections as a “conservative”

          That is fucked up!

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          • Osama the Nazarene says:

            …amusing

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          • Maximus says:

            She took the drugs. Then she felt the fear.

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          • Fawkbender says:

            Well it does prove that were all in it together, they must keep the price of nasty drugs up so only they and their offspring can buy them and the nasty little oiks can only watch, after all it gives the coppers something to do (how much time do they spend on catching druggies and how much money spent), the UK was the biggest drug dealer in the world in the late 1800’s, the government should legalise the drugs and tax it (imagine the income) but they would have to wave NHS treatment and go private to obtain treatment. Seriously, folks know what drugs mess up their lives it is general knowledge, the same goes for anabolic steroids, if they want to take the drugs after the warnings that’s their problem, they know the risks it is not the same as 50 years ago.

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          • green ink says:

            fair comment fawkbender but I think you are wrong in your final analysis of the current situation….it is for the very reason that it is not the same as 50 years ago that governments globally should retain some control of drug use.

            the very nature of the current illicit drug markets is that thereis no conscience within the supply chain …it is purely about money…and thus new ‘killer’ concoctions must be subject to potential bans.

            I believe light recreational drugs should be legalised and taxed as they take up huge resources without any possible chance of changing personal habits in useage terms….many view pot as considerably less dangerous than alcohol and is a good example for legalisation but the prospect of unfettered hard drug/synthetic drug distribution is not sensible.

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          • Fawkbender says:

            GI, I have never taken pot, hash, whatever, I think it has a pretty obnoxious smell but there are some bods trying all the time to make it even more powerful. If people have all the facts before them regarding hard drugs most people are capable of making their own minds up therefore it is their responsibilty. The trouble as I see it is not so much the little people but the mister bigs in the drugs rackets that want sorting out, why don’t the coppers go after them or is their intellgence very poor, both MI5 & MI6 should be bought in

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      • 186
        VERITAS says:

        Louise Mensch is being ‘marketed’ by the Tories as a potential successor to Cameron. Thus she will appear on any ‘platform’ they can find for her.
        Are the Tories in fact trying to offer a Party image of ‘The Master Race’ in many of their MPs that find their way into Parliament?

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    • 39
      A Marr says:

      So when is Gordo gonna fess up?

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    • 42
      Gideon Osborne says:

      Oi Loiks a Slap n Sniff.

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      • 127
        Fawkbender says:

        That could be a good name for a pub “Slapper and Sniffer”

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        • 177
          Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

          There’s already a couple near me that could quite easily and appropriately adopt that name.

          Although the Scrounger, Slapper and Sniffer would be more accurate.

          Would make a change from calling them JJ Moons or The Moon Under Water

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    • 56
      Good Question says:

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      • 85
        Osama the Nazarene says:

        Brillo on the button once again. The man’s full of perspicacity.

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        • 99
          The Fog says:

          Its not his fault if he sweats, its the studio lighting, it gives off a lot of heat.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Brillo fans are referred to the Caption contest today. The prize is a copy of a Private Eye featuring brillo.

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        • 109
          UKIP.i.am says:

          And his answer is a definite No. They are a bunch of dishonest cowards whose only talent is to squander other people’s money. And they effortlessly managed to screw the economy up with their cack-handed bank regulations that had more holes in them than a sieve.

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          • Fawkbender says:

            Been reading what Cammers & Co. have been doing with PFI, not reducing it but increasing it, are these politicos going completely mad.

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        • 129
          Ammanita Phalloides says:

          Either that, or a headful of charlie.

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      • 104
        BordererinEngland says:

        Top man Mr Neill! Unfortunately they will not….they’ve dug too big a hole for themselves! They are stuck following the Alistair Campbell way of “move the eal posts and set up a phoney argument” (ie Osborne has impugned the integrity of Balls and he has no evidence)!!!!!

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        • 111
          Spot the Dog with the Balls of Integrity says:

          yop

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        • 118
          UKIP.i.am says:

          Osborne should grant immunity to all the other banks (apart from similar fines) and have them blow the whistle on what they were asked to do by either the FSA, BoE, Treasury or MPs. Otherwise they will be shit scared of being scapegoated like Barclays, who were sh@ on for being the first to own up to Libor fixing.

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          • Fawkbender says:

            Yep spare the banks but prosecute the dealers and wrong doers, no good saying they did not know if the dealers had been instructions from higher up fine those even more

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        • 135
          Fish says:

          It has been a successful formula for them.

          (We know that we did nothing about phone hacking, ignored motorman, yes and the DTI didn’t prosecute Piers Morgan over City Slickers)…but look at Cameron…he’s been riding horses with the Devil.

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    • 77
      Class A Drug. says:

      Yes, I messed with her brain. I entered via the nose, went round the circulatory system twice, entered the brain (it was not nice), messed it up and left via wee wee down the toilet, and then she became an MP.

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    • 147
      Robert Peston's speech therapist says:

      Plus 1

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    • 159
      Labour in the pockets of the union twats says:

      Me too, I’d totally love to…………………

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  2. 2
    Gordon Brown says:

    I have never taken medication. I just like Smarties, M and M’s and Tutti Frutti’s.

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  3. 3
    Sarah Brown says:

    My Heroine!

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  4. 5
    Tony Montana says:

    ‘Ey, you cock-a-roach, Louise is a nice lady hokay, she got me a meeting with David Cameron about sponsoring the Tory conference.

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  5. 7
    Ichabod says:

    Whoever booked that imbecile Lyndon for this programme should be demoted; idiotic. And please isn’t it about time that Dimbleby was replaced—he thinks the programme revolves around his ability to ask pertinent questions, but he seldom enlightens, merely interrupts. I stayed up to watch the Politics show with Andrew Neil; seeing the self satisfied features of Alastair Campbell ( again) I switched off and went to bed. The BBC…words fail .

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    • 54
      UKIP.i.am says:

      So too do its blatant ideologies.

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      • 98
        Tristram Smallbore-ffipps says:

        It may be true but talk of blatant ideologies comes strange from a member of Fondling Farrago’s twitching sycophants.

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    • 120
      Gonk says:

      Kerry Katona next week. That Quality street easing, omg so fattening.

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    • 137
      Happy now says:

      I’ve given up watching QT because of

      Dimbleby
      the panel, full of lefties
      the audience, stuffed with bused-in effnix and lefties

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      • 140
        Fish says:

        Comment from a Labourite:

        It’s time that people stopped blaming previous Governments (cue applause form aformentioned bussed-in loonies).

        Comment from another Labourite:

        It’s time that people (in Barclays) were held responsible for their past wrongdoing (cue applause from aformentioned bussed-in loonies).

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      • 149
        House Clearance Department says:

        am amazed you carried on watching for so long …the programme has been a one way street for dimbleby for years and offers nothing whilst he presents it.

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    • 143
      EdBallsMutteringIdiot says:

      Appearing on politics shows on the BBC is just like Premier League Management, a financial merry-go-round!!

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  6. 8
    Nom Dom Nom says:

    As most ‘busy’ MP’s would say…

    Drugs Kill

    Boredom

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  7. 9
    Chukus Yermoney says:

    We’re jamming
    I wanna jam it with you,
    We’re jamming, jamming
    And I hope you like jamming too

    Ain’t no rules, ain’t no vow, we can do it anyhow
    I and I will see you through,
    ‘Cos every day we pay the price with a little sacrifice
    Jamming till the jam is through.

    We’re jamming
    To think that jamming was a thing of the past,
    We’re jamming, jamming
    And I hope this jam is gonna last

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  8. 10
    Ah! Monika says:

    ‘All 11 year-olds will be tested on the proper use of apostrophes and the difference between nouns, verbs and adjectives under government plans to raise literacy levels in primary schools.’

    Should see some immediate improvement on here then.

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  9. 13
    GideonO says:

    Cocaine is best. Sniffed off the tits of that black prozza I banged back at Oxford.

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  10. 14
    Sarah says:

    John Lydon for PM

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  11. 15
    Merde says:

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  12. 16
    The Sun says:

    Type A uses Class A

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  13. 24
    Ganja, mon says:

    I don’t regret taking drugs. It’s good fun.

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  14. 25
    W V M says:

    I would.

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  15. 28
    Gordon Brown says:

    Smack me bitch up!

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  16. 29
    keredybretsa says:

    Well, she sounded honest and sensible in what she said.

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  17. 30
    Anonymous says:

    So that old Bibi, he’s a rascal aint he?…nothing to see…move along

    http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2012/07/05/249440/israeli-pm-involved-in-nuclear-smuggling/

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    • 173
      Blowing Whistles says:

      So Mensch is hooked on drugs and Bibi’s hooked on nuking anyone who disagrees with him and his monied mates … how interesting.

      I believe [Evidence is out there] Bibi’s predecessors were doing dirty deals in South Africa selling dirty weapons etc during the aparthied times? Anything to ‘get’ a stranglehold on any country and its economy seems to be one of the agendas.

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    1992, innit bruv says:

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  20. 38
    Citizenship Test 2012 says:

    1. Explain the Standard Model in 20 seconds.
    2. Write an equation to prove that you cannot comb a hairy ball entirely flat.
    3. Given the opportunity would you ever vote Labour?
    4. Expand the acronym DHSS

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  21. 41
    Gary Elsby says:

    If I too become a smackhead, will I one day become a ‘leading MP’ running my Country and be taken seriously by all airheads looking for a lead by someone who’s dead honest about breaking the law?

    Drugs ruined my life, look what it did to me, says the £75,000 per annum+expenses MP.

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  22. 43
    Nom Dom Nom says:

    Citizenship Test 2012

    1. Explain the Standard Model in 20 seconds
    2. Write an equation that proves that you cannot comb a hairy ball flat in 5 mnutes
    3. Would you ever consider voting Labour?
    4. Expand the acronym DHSS

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    • 61
      Politicians are scum says:

      I think it is Australia where you have to prove you have at least £250,000 in assets before you can get in
      Here all you have to do is prove you know someone who delivers leaflets for a fucking pizza shop , and you can bring your whole fucking village in !

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      • 123
        smoggie says:

        Bollocks, they have a points system depending upon your profession/trade so it’s fairly easy to get in. 40% of all Aussies weren’t actually born there. And if you fail the points test that then there’s always the leaky boat approach.

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    • 63
      Quisling says:

      Note: This is not a pass/fail exam and there are no right or wrong answers.

      Please throw your papers in the shredder on the way out

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    • 121
      Tristram Smallbore-ffipps says:

      I believe the standard model is Osborne’s standing Friday night order at the escort agency.

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  23. 51
    Politicians are scum says:

    Just what we need in parliament Another drug addled fucking psycho

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  24. 59
    Jess The Dog says:

    Does this explain her attempt to reinvent Twitter, as her own little club, while being paid by the taxpayer for supposedly representing constituents?

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  25. 72
    SAS NOT !!! says:

    No one gives a monkey Guido. Mongo is a one term MP, and alround spanner.

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    Politicians are scum says:

    talking to a drug squad officer yesterday
    this person had just been hauled in by their boss

    “Do you realise that 95% of your stop and searches are on Asian males ?
    why is this ?

    ANS :Because in this town it’s Asians who supply all the drugs ?

    “but you can see how bad that could look to some people” ?

    ANS “So what you want me to do is go out and search more white people to balance the figures ?

    “Well err yes” !

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    • 141
      NuLiebor - New England says:

      In our little bit of New England, thanks to NuLiebor, It’s Somalis, Albanians and Asians who are running free with supplying the gear.

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  27. 113
    George Gideon Oliver Osborne says:

    Pots a lot,but horse is boss

    Amen to that

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  28. 126
    Doc Cotton says:

    Regular drug tests are mandatory for sports people. Why not then for ALL MPs and civil servants? It’s the right thing to do!!

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  29. 133
    Tony Iommi says:

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  30. 150
    National Socialist says:

    There are no circumstances in which I would quantitavely ease myself into that woman.

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  31. 151
    National Socialist says:

    quantitatively

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  32. 155
    Jimmy says:

    There’s your anti-drugs ad right there.

    Kids just say no.

    Seriously.

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    • 158
      green ink says:

      You are right but in reality modern kids at an early age show real negative opinions of drugs ….unfortunately as they get into their teens and start to socialise the choices are there for the ‘trying’.

      Strong ‘peer pressure’ driven influences still create the ‘go on try it’ opportunity and it is difficult to see how we can stop children doing these things…they either do or don’t. Education will help but nothing can stop an individual making an individual choice …however misguided society may feel that decision is.

      It would help if sections of the drug laws were liberalised… spending huge amounts of money persuing marajuana users is ridiculous whilst developing national treatment centres for heroin addicts et al is wholly sensible.

      Classing young joint smokers as criminals is counterproductive….very substantially increasing the drugs education programme would be a better tactic and focus that on a realistic ‘informed choice’ strategy.

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      • 166
        Mother Nature says:

        Prohibition doesn’t work — legalise all drugs — spend some of the current enforcement money on more hard hitting education / information — any that are still stupid enough to poison themselves should be left to do it. Natural evolution will solve the problem in a couple of generations.
        Don’t waste taxpayers’ money on self-indulgent addicts.

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        • 169
          Anonymous says:

          And the NHS cost?

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        • 175
          Blowing Whistles says:

          As written of recently [yesterday] – “Mother nature rules” and not the legions of tax ruse creating evil plonkers. Truth will always prevail over the evil liars, frauds, criminals and expenses cheats – who do the bidding for those they are suborned to – bankers, lobbyists – the greediest of the greedy profiteers.

          Actors at the theatres of the HOC / RCJ. Huh!

          We have a free press – ain’t that one of the biggest lies ever.

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  33. 160
    Munschster says:

    She is definitely Class ‘A’ list.

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  34. 161
    BBC C*kehead says:

    Messed up to the point that she doesn’t know if she is Labour or a Tory. Is she a MP or twitter obsessive?

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    • 181
      Jimbob Murdoch says:

      Heeey Man my man in the caymans … We’ese had bigger and better coke parties over at BSKYB’s xmas do’s. Ai been lookin up at the Sky an weeeer uppp there in the clouds maaannnn.

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  35. 165
    John says:

    Considering the very posh schools that Mensch attended I would be surprised if the strongest drug she tool at school was Anadin.

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  36. 167
    Ms. Mention says:

    I don’t need an autocue, just a mirror so i can inspire myself to an even higher level of exhibitionism. Aren’t I just a beautiful clever person?

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    • 182
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Seems she’s got a similar team behind her who big up such non-entities like Winner and Sugar.

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  37. 172
    PC clitoris says:

    This bloody woman just can’t shut the fcuk up she needs a good slap.Drugs messed with her head I’ll say my god it shows.Who the hell votes for these silly fools.

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  38. 174
    oval balls says:

    Still, rather her than you mate.

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  39. 176
    Rinka Scott says:

    if this person has admitted using illegal drugs she should be arrested and face the full force of the law.

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  40. 184
    VERITAS says:

    Haven’t we seen the Mensch image before? I seem to remember some 3rd Reich Posters, but there again, I may be wrong.
    What do you think?

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  41. 185
    VERITAS says:

    Methinks the Conservative Conmen are at it again. After foisting ‘Pretty Boy’ Cameron on the Electorate as a Trojan Horse to get their Party in power, they are now ‘Marketing’ their ‘Pretty Girl’ Mensch candidate for PM around to assess public opinion, after Cameron’s disasterous record.

    Cameron is probably going by Christmas, ‘to spend more time with his family’.

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  42. 187
    Anonymous says:

    I listened to Louise and it messed with my mind.

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