July 12th, 2012

Miliband Had Peter Oborne In His Pocket

Ed weirdly confessed this lunchtime that he had kept an article by Peter Oborne in his pocket for three months, but Rainman refused to say which one. The Labour leader was hardly spoilt for choice for favourable Oborne articles, however. Was it Oborne’s “Ed Miliband can’t score even when he has an open goal”? Or his view that “Ed Miliband is the Labour Party’s invisible man” or the claim that “in every area of our public life the left is losing the argument”? It probably wasn’t Oborne’s review of Miliband’s biography, which apparently “cast Ed in the murderous role of Cain and David as his innocent victim”.

Far more likely is Oborne’s post-riots suggestion that Miliband was right about moral decay at the top of society, in which he laid into the likes of Sir Philip Green and attacked the culture of greed amongst the rich. Oborne should send an invoice for the conference speech…


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  1. 1
    Ed Miliband says:

    http://t.co/aMc1teEb

    Kick me!

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    • 6
      Gordon Brown says:

      i have turd in my pocket

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    • 30
      Toilets says:

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    • 36
      Labour...filth...just filth says:

      ed miliband …a limp sneer bleating to the one drum of class rivalry..when logic fails resort to type..socialist hypocrite

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    • 44
      Ed Miliband says:

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      • 50
        Ed Milliband says:

        “tuesday ,
        stole my mothers purse and grassed somebody up ”

        “Wednesday
        went shoplifting in M&S then robbed a blind big issue seller”

        “Thursday
        Spied on Davids email account”

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  2. 2
    Tony says:

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    • 24
      Well worth reading says:

      Hmmmm. That is one powerful article. He’s 100% spot on.

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    • 53
      Baldy says:

      Not in his pocket, but ‘like father, like son’ maybe in his heart, all these years?

      After fleeing from the Nazis to England
      from *Wiki: “He [Ralph Miliband, Ed's father] wrote in his diary shortly after arriving in England: “The Englishman is a rabid nationalist. They are perhaps the most nationalist people in the world…When you hear the English talk of this war you sometimes almost want them to lose it to show them how things are. They have the greatest contempt for the continent in general and for the French in particular…England first. This slogan is taken for granted by the English people as a whole. To lose their empire would be the worst possible humiliation”

      *My emphasis, and of course Wiki as a single source is not de rigueur.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ralph_Miliband

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    • 55
      Blowing Whistles says:

      The last paragraph of his article is to me – the key “… Britain itself that needs a moral reformation.”

      the use of the word Britain – encompasses the general public into the phrase but it is the British Politicals across the board and the sicko’s – the Hacking merchants and their proprietors and the motorman ‘protected’ within the press corp of the political circus who have no morals and have had no morals for a very long time.

      They love to encompass and entrap the public into their spin – but it is the political and journo monkeys who have no morals – to reform. They are beyond redemption for all of their lies and spinning – save that they could only admit their wrong doing – but they will not.

      They have entrapped themselves into their own living lie – that they created.

      The greater general public – are not guilty of ‘their’ sins.

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      • 57
        Procrustes says:

        However,Milliband is deploying his usual method. He is going to fix everyone else,thus deflecting any discussion about his part in the problem. He was in a posiiton of influence in the previous government which did not have a problem with people being filthy rich. I can find no comment/quote from him which criticises this position.

        The political classes are the real issue

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  3. 3
    Ed Millibland says:

    I folded it vewy vewy carefully into one of those paper thingies that you put your fingers in and move, it had 5 points and everything, and each flap had a pwolicy under it. Blinky flushed it down the toilet and cuffed me round the head and told me to grow the fuck up.

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  4. 7
    Er Guido says:

    “but Rainman refused to say which one.”

    Did not Rain man have some sort of retardation?

    Thats bad taste.

    Ed maybe a wonk/geek etc but a retard?

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      • 21

        What can I thay – I’m a retarded ©unt, and everybody nowth it. Even Mithter Bwinky thinkth I’m a thick as thit, and it’th his hand up my arth working my mouth!

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    • 9
      The Paragnostic says:

      Rainman was autistic – but he had the advantage over Red Ed in one way – he could count.

      There’s no way that anyone with basic numeracy could come up with the spend, spend, spend policies of the Labour party.

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      • 16
        retardEd Miliband says:

        Yeth, but my bitter foe David Camoron ith increathing the nation’th debt by £400million. He’th thpending like it’th going out of fathion, which I take to be a thtrong endorthement of Labour’th fithcal polithieth (jutht like in 2007, when Dave promithed to match Gloriouth Gordon’s thpending).

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      • 20
        Very Wealthy Wind Farm Gentry says:

        Oh I don’t know about that.

        Ed’s Climate Change Act flushed billions of taxpayers cash in my direction and will continue to do so for forty years. Well done Ed! Kerrrchinng!!!

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        • 38
          Baldy says:

          VWWFG: “Ed’s Climate Change Act flushed billions of taxpayers cash…”

          .
          Ed (I luv Gordon) Miliband – PPE, Oxford

          Cast-Iron Dave (Greenest govt ever!) Cameron – PPE, Oxford

          Michael (backstabber) Heseltine – PPE, Oxford

          Ted (Common Market??) Heath – PPE, Oxford

          Anyone spot a self-serving traitorous trend here?

          (Margaret Thatcher – Degree in Chemistry – for those of you ‘educated’ under NuLiebore Chemistry is a SCIENCE, so based upon measurable outcome not fatuous opinion.)

          Our current Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, a position that will help determine whether the lights go out on our civilisation, is Ed Davey, a LibDem believer in Man-Made Global Warming CAGW ‘climate change’ and (you guessed it) PPE, Oxford.

          As mentioned in a post above, it’s becoming clear that a degree in PPE is akin to admitting an inability to do sums.

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          • Pickled Wizard says:

            Pickled Wizard – PPE Screwfix – it stops things hurting my head and feet, and I had F**K all to do with the state of the Country’s finances.

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    • 27
      Just jook a the photo ffs says:

      There’s a new dance craze a sweepin’ the nation
      And Ed get’s it on without hesitation
      It’s called The Spaz

      Spaz Spaz Spaz let’s to the Spaz

      Spaz Spaz Spaz let’s to the Spaz

      Spaz Spaz Spaz let’s to the Spaz

      Spaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaazzzzzzzzzzz

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      • 59
        Disgusted says:

        You pitiless moron. I can only assume you have never experienced any kind of disability in friends and family for you to be so thoughtlessly cruel. And Guido, shame on you for picking on autistic people. They are supremely vulnerable and innocent and need protecting from bullying c*nts like this poster and many others here. How a society cares for its vulnerable is a mark of its civilization. I know this comment will now be mocked, but I just wanted to say something in defence of the people you mock to make yourselves feel superior.

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  5. 10
    The Paragnostic says:

    Apparently Ed did have Oborne’s article in his pocket, but Justine washed his jacket and it turned into a blank piece of paper.

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  6. 11
    Fed up of the myth that nurses are all angels says:

    Neglect by medical staff contributed to a hospital patient’s death from dehydration, a coroner has ruled. Kane Gorny, 22, from Balham, south London, phoned 999 from his bed at St George’s Hospital, in Tooting, because he was so thirsty.

    The inquest heard a nurse failed to give him his diabetes medication and police were sent away when they responded to his call in May 2009.

    Recording a narrative verdict at Westminster Coroners’ Court, deputy coroner Dr Shirley Radcliffe said: “Kane was undoubtedly let down by incompetence of staff, poor communication, lack of leadership, both medical and nursing, a culture of assumption.”

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    • 14
      Steve Lloyd. says:

      So when are these miscreants going to be properly held to account. Denying a man his meds, and one of the basic neccessaties of life, water, so much so that he loses his life, amounts to manslaughter in my book.

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      • 22
        Too Fast, Too Deep! says:

        St Georges Hospital?

        Isn’t that the rats nest currently occupied by freeloader “nurse” Pilgrim? No doubt she’ll blame the “cuts”.

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    • 15
      Disgruntled Sheffielder says:

      Too true too many timewasters in the NHS today

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    • 19
      Tardkiller says:

      an RN nurse or a Ward Assistant..?

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    • 29

      And the damage they cause to babies at birth, because staff DO NOT CHECK the vital statistics monitors, and neglect/ leave mothers to their own devices, will be even more difficult to confront from March 2013 – this lying, deceitful sack of shits I voted for, are withdrawing Legal Aid from these children – money which is PAID BACK to the treasury from any award they get!!

      Is this China or Russia where you have to pay for your own execution bullet?

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      • 46
        BagLady says:

        Hey, don’t you call China. I had need of medical attention in Beijing and it was an amazing experience, and for very little money. I arrived at the hospital at 9 am and faced a reception heaving with people. However, within minutes the hard-working team had processed me and I was off to see the doctor – immediately – and then straight for blood tests, heart scans, etc. By 10 am I had seen the doctor twice and had a bag of results and 2 weeks supply of wonderful Chinese medicine. When I returned to the blood test department, my results weren’t back. The nurse clapped her hand over her mouth in alarm and sped off down the corridor. She returned within minutes with my results, bowing and apologizing for keeping me waiting. The next day I returned to see the venerable and extremely personable specialist, Professor Wang Zi Shi. No appointment necessary.

        It’s all down to attitude.

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    • 32
      Weird Ed's Bandwagon says:

      I want a Judge led inquiry into this. Lansley should resign.

      It doesn’t matter that this happened in 2009 in one of the many Burnham Death Camps, the Tories are responsible because they didn’t oppose us in the right way and have been in power for a very long time…and they are responsible for everything that happened between 1997 and 2010 including LIBOR, Motorman and Hacking

      I will ensure that my colleagues in Newsnight and the fair-minded Norman Smith ask the Tories some serious questions. People are asking what the Tories are doing to make sure that this never happens again.

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      • 40
        Baldy says:

        WEB: “Burnham Death Camps

        There’s an expression which should be frequently quoted with regard to the NHS.

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    • 41
      BagLady says:

      It’s been all down hill since they sacked Matron.

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      @Silly Bigcow says:

      Well I have spent a lot of time with Gypsies and found the men to be very accommodating ;)xx

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    • 18
      British Justice? What a pile of crap says:

      Some of their victims had been kept as slaves for 15 years, yet the people doing the enslaving get 11 years and 4 years each??

      Nice one, Judge Retard.

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  8. 17
    Roscoe Rules says:

    So Ed had an item of clothing which wasn’t washed or dry cleaned for 3 months?
    Dirty boy!

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  9. 23
    The Paragnostic says:

    News of a summer blockbuster has come from Labour Party HQ.

    While everyone thought Gordon was swanning around the world and ignoring his constituents and Parliament, it turns out that he has in fact been working on his magnum opus – Filthy Sheds of Grey, a novel set in the gritty world of Kirkcaldy allotment ownership.

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  10. 25
    Ed says:

    Wheee! I’m an aeroplane.

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  11. 28
    George Gideon Oliver Osborne says:

    I’m sorry.so sorry.

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  12. 33
    Lucius Calidius Eroticus says:

    Wouldn’t it be nice, just for once, to have a politician or two at the top who actually had any love for the country they deign to rule. Instead of shysters like Milliband, Balls and Cooper.

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  13. 34
    Steve Lloyd. says:

    You can congratulate B.liar on his return to the Labour fold here. info@tonyblairsportsfoundation.org I have e-mailed to say i am stocking up on shoes ,bananas, and look forward to throwing them at his offensive deluded face when the opportunity arises.

    Just hope plod don’t arrive early hours of the morning.

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  14. 35
    Disco Biscuit says:

    “he had kept an article by Peter Oborne in his pocket for three months, but Rainman refused to say which one”

    What does it matter which pocket he kept it in?

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  15. 42
    Gooey Blob says:

    Why is he even leader? Take a look at opinion poll research for Miliband and Balls and it’s pretty dire reading. True, Miliband has improved on his ratings last year, but they couldn’t have been much worse than they already were.

    Labour are run by militant unions and sleepwalking to defeat.

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    • 48
      Baldy says:

      GB: “Labour are run by militant unions and sleepwalking to defeat.”

      Don’t worry, as you can see Cast-Iron Dave is doing his best to ensure NuLiebore, Green and EU policies are passed into law.

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    • 49
      O'Murphy's Annal Spokesperson says:

      And don’t forget they now have me as well, a tremendous boost for My Best Brother Ed, as I do my upmost to ensure he is cast off into the abyss, something I’m a Master at, I have form,

      Anyone for War ?? Illegal one’s ONLY

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  16. 45
    beast of pocket billiards says:

    Odd seeing as how socialists are usualy the ones in other peoples pockets

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    • 47
      phillip green says:

      Labour are definately in my pocket

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      • 52
        Baldy says:

        Really what is so difficult about ensuring businesses that trade in the UK pay a full share of tax on the profit from the trade they do?

        The profit simply has to be calculated considering only verifiable operational expenses within the UK, and not after dividends, ‘loans’, ‘consultancy’ fees and cash transfers (inter-company or between countries or jurisdictions).

        If directors evade tax then seize their assets to pay the bill or jail them, the more tax evaded the longer and harsher the prison sentence; then see if they want their wives to live in wealth and luxury while they are in a cell.

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  17. 54
    J R R T says:

    Time to get the orc castrated.

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  18. 56
    Les Dawson says:

    That’s nothing- he has been keeping Louise Mensch’s filthy knickers in his pocket for years!

    Thniff thniff! Ooeh!

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