August 1st, 2012

Mensch Forces Labour To Condemn Their Maggie Trolls

Louise Mensch doesn’t have the best of times on Twitter, so much so that she set up her own rival social network, but she’s won one today. The Labour Party was forced to condemn a series of vile tweets salivating at the prospect of Baroness Thatcher’s death by their members.  A Labour spokesman said:

Language like this has no place on politics or civilised society. No one should be wanting to celebrate the death of anyone“.

At least they weren’t nicked.


68 Comments

  1. 1
    Cynic says:

    Was Balls one of them?

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    • 36
      Bwahahaha! says:

      I would celebrate the death of Tonee Bliar.
      Come to think of it, there’s quite a few that I would laugh at if they were dangling from rusty pianowire.

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  2. 2
    Cynic says:

    I would have thought though that the brothers pro rata would have issued far more lascivious comments were it Blair’s death under discussion

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  3. 3
    Adrian Swall says:

    Come on Guido – name and shame. Who tweeted?

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    • 31
      Old Tory Bigot says:

      I expect they will be raided by the police in the early hours of tomorrow for the crime of making “offensive communications”.

      Then again, probably not.

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  4. 4
    Tarquinius says:

    Interesting choice of photo. Very glamorous!

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    • 5
      Cynic says:

      She is a looker. Make a great PM!

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      • 11
        Sir Aston Martin says:

        >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
            Specsavers

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        • 17
          Nullbymouth says:

          -1 She looks great

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        • 23

          Way harsh. Mensch is prepared to put herself through a great deal of discomfort for the sake of appearing acceptable and serious to others – particularly you. High shoes, tight skirts, cosmetic interventions. She’s been criticized by the sistas for doing so; they think you ought to put up with looking at a landwhale in slippers with the toes cut out and be thankful.

          Surely she deserves a little credit for trying?

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    • 39
      Anonymous says:

      If she doesn’t have the best of times on Twitter then maybe the carpetbagging, Blair supporter should reconsider sharing her inane twatterings with the rest of the world.

      On the scale of annoying, voice grating irritations, Mensch the Wench goes up to 11.

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  5. 6
    SP4BS says:

    “she set up her own rival social network”
    Did she really? Or did someone else just get her along as a figurehead?

    I note that Facebook shares are taking a dive, and a swiss bank suffering massive losses because of them. Welcome to the web2.0 bubble.

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    • 13
      Sir Aston Martin says:

      She did, it’s called “mnshn” (geddit?) and she owns 50% together with some nerd. It aims to promote deep discussion of relevant “issues”, which is why they have opted for a limit of 180 rather than 140 chars.

      FFS.

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      • 22
        SP4BS says:

        FFS ? you’re suffering from a lack of cynicism.

        Why is there no C?
        Why was it running in the USA before it ran in the UK?
        Did she really stop doing her job for long enough to undertake this sort of work?

        Apart from the bit where you say she owns 50% of the shares (wheres that from?), I don’t see her as anything other than a figurehead.

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    • 19
      Only 11 days 09 hours 52 minutes until the Olympics are over! Yay! says:

      Coming soon.. “The Rich Immersive Web3.0 Bubble++ Experience. Moving forwards with more webyness.”

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  6. 7
    davidc says:

    such sentiments appear with regularity in the graun cif feature.

    still where-else would those who parade the virtues of compassion and inclusiveness find a home other than in the pages of a dieing lefty liberal newspaper and it e offshoot ?

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  7. 8
    Kebab Time says:

    Is anyone surprised?

    With the class war anti tory sound bites spouted by Labour MP it was always going to end with this.

    Labour are the nasty party.

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    • 15
      Sir Aston Martin says:

      I’m a bit surprised, TBH, because the denormalising of anyone to the right of Lenin has been gathering pace recently.

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    • 42
      Rat's arse says:

      Very true “Kebab” and I’ll tell you something else mate, if Mrs T was bl*ck, these m*r*ns would be in court like a flash.

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  8. 9
    Ash Ken the Question says:

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  9. 10
    Phwoooooar! says:

    That photo of Louise gives me the horn.

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  10. 12
    Ed Ballsup says:

    “No one should be wanting to celebrate the death of anyone”

    I cried when Hitler died.

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  12. 16
    Phwoooooar! says:

    This is the full version of that pic

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  13. 18
    Double standards says:

    A bit of hypocrisy here. I remember the gleeful comments and jokes when Michael Foot died.

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    • 24
      Fish says:

      Really?

      What exactly do you remember? Examples? Names?

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    • 26
      Only 11 days 09 hours 45 minutes until the Olympics are over! Yay! says:

      Yeah, and they were from Labour.

      I quite liked Michael Foot. He may have been an oddball, and we now know that the socialist policies such as those he espoused end in ruin and labour-camps and gun-towers, but he wasn’t a ‘bad man’. One can only imagine what he thought of New Labour.

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      • 30
        Mike Hunt says:

        Indeed, totally deluded but utterly sincere.

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        • 49
          Tony I'll-switch-to-any-religion-so-long-as-they-vote-for-me-and-pay-me-lots-of-lovely-dosh Bleurgh says:

          Look, I was sincere once, but then Madame Tussaud’s created my likeness and my morals collapsed.

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      • 48
        Double standards says:

        Paste into your browser after .com/
        Enjoy.
        2010/03/03/michael-foot-has-died/
        2010/03/03/the-donkey-jacket-remembered/

        A couple of choice ones:
        “Let him rot.”
        “Pity the red lunatic fuckers can only die once, I could watch it all day.”

        But I guess such comments are only vile when made about Thatcher.

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  14. 21
    Penfold says:

    Odds on that the Labour spokesman (Hattie will be pissed orff, arn’t they supposed to be called spokesperson in PC LabourLand) had his fingers crossed behind his back, had a huge grin all over his face, and was laughing like a drain when he put the phone down.

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  15. 25
    Sniper says:

    “No one should be wanting to celebrate the death of anyone“. Bollox! Shall we start a list?

    Mao Tse Tung (and stuff the “modern” spelling)
    Hitler
    Stalin
    Franco
    Idi Amin
    Ceaucescu
    Himmler
    Pol Pot
    Tojo
    Bokassa

    And all within 3 minutes without use of Google.

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  16. 28
    Ampers says:

    In principle, I agree, but I’d celebrate if someone blew up Parliament when there was a full sitting in both houses. After all we celebrate Guido for trying and he didn’t even succeed!

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  17. 37
    Rabbi Chaim Gunnar Kutsher-Dickov says:

    Oy, such a Mensch– and a schoene maedl too, with that punim of hers! Ehhh, so maybe just a little MILFy, you should pardon the expression, but I wouldn’t kick her out of bed for eating matzoth!

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  18. 38
    Jimmy says:

    “Language like this has no place on politics or civilised society.”

    It should be used on here and nowhere else.

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  19. 40
    Anonymous says:

    I can’t wait to see her one woman crusade to get Aidan Burley sacked.

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  20. 41
    alana says:

    Thatcher destroyed this country’s manufacturing base, one of the reasons why the country is in such a mess and reliant on service and finance sectors. Not many will shed a tear when she pops her clogs.

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    • 43
      Piss-pot says:

      Alana, you are a complete and utter ars*h*le.

      Leiber brainwashed scrote in fact.

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    • 47
      English Liberation Front says:

      Really? The trade unions and wank management were doing that between them long before Mrs T came to power. I can remember them too, both as bad as each other. Communist wannabes on one side and arrogant dimwits on the other. You are probably too young to remember how it really was and learned from Labour Party propaganda (e.g. the education system).

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    • 51
      Tomorrwo's Chip Wrapper says:

      Total nonsense….I lived through those times and I can tell you that you are talking absolute rubbish…you should look at the state of the country under Labour from 1976 to 1979….the unions had a throttle hold on the country.There were strikes every few days;rubbish in ths streets and the dead unburied. We were regarded as the “sick man of europe” .There were more days on strike than manufacturing

      The country was ungovernable and the unions and Labour had aleady destroyed any industry in the UK. The UK car industry was destroyed by wild cats strikes;shoddy workmanship and the closed shop

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      • 55
        Laughing hangman says:

        I thought at the time, Fords, British Leyland, the docks, miners, steel workers and councils had a revolving door on the entrance, they were in and out so often. Maggie did the greatest thing and destroyed the power of the union barons, gave people freedom to own their own homes and generally set the people free from the idiocy of both union leaders and petty Stalin wannabees in local authorities.

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    • 57
      Backwoodsman says:

      Disturbing that anyone can be so deluded. I can only presume that you were not there at the time.

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  21. 44
    Anonymous says:

    They’d have got away with it to if they’d all called her a retard while their mates toasted the Third Reich in a Nazi uniform they hired.

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  22. 46
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    No one should be wanting to celebrate the death of anyone“.

    Better have a word with the rest of your party , who all seemed quite pleased RE the death of Sadman Hussein

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  23. 52
    Sheikh Bashar Banka says:

    I have never come across this woman.

    Who is she?

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    • 53
      Thomas from Tonna says:

      If you can remember when that guy got through a security cordon to stick a custard pie in Murdoch’s face , well this woman was the one asking the banal questions at the time.

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  24. 54
    Anonymous says:

    “Language like this has no place on politics or civilised society. No one should be wanting to celebrate the death of anyone”

    ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha hs ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

    The liblabcons are all in it together.

    Regime change. Guillotines.

    Obviously becoming more likely by the day. That’s why the vermin and the liblabcons are getting worried.

    As well they might. Won’t make any difference though.

    ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha hs ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

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  25. 58
    st fm says:

    Lol.. The labour party can say what they want when the old harridan dies we will be having one glorious party.. Thatcher was a vile Nasty Jumped up grocers daughter and her demise will be a great excuse for a right old ” knees up”..
    Anything to enrage the average tory fwit and right wing blogger to boot!
    So many people to piss on her grave too.. Will there be enough drainage?

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    • 59
      Cressida's Dick says:

      Afraid not. It has all been deployed to dispose of your mindless bile.

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      • 66
        st fm says:

        LOl.. You wait and see what happens.. I can assure you that she will never havee final ” resting” place.. :-0))

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  26. 61
    Mad frankies older sister says:

    They are desperate because she won. No one will piss on Scargill’s grave because he’s now a footnote in history – he was out thought and out manoeuvred. She transformed the UK for the better and will be seen as one of the top 2 PMs of th 20th century

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    • 63
      Anonymous says:

      She transformed the UK by doing more damage than the luftwaffe for the betterment of the rich and will be seen as one of the 2 worst traitors of the 20th century.

      There – corrected that for you.

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    • 67
      st fm says:

      Thatcher outthinking anyone? A failed Scientist who fiddled her results , that stupidly thought that running a country was akin to running a buisness. Who said that there no such thing as society just the individiual. Who said that the market was always right.

      Thats a laugh. She just overturned the “concensus” politics and morality and hedged herself with scum like Tebbit and co…
      Scargil was reactionary. Gormley would have seen her out the door.
      The shame was that she was so embittered by his scowlding of Heath that she had to stick her nose in.. Petty and Vindictive, Oik! delusions of granduer.. Like oh so many of the trash that these days support Guido…

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  27. 64
    Andy Pandy says:

    Is it normal for a natural blonde to have dark eyebrows?

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Mycroft says:

Have you read the last bit of Animal Farm?

You know where the animals are looking through the Farmhouse window?

My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

Be careful, the sudden self-congratulatory tone, the slightly pudgy outline of indulgence and you become exactly what you should despise.

The jolly face of the Quisling Cameron poses for your camera has mesmerised and deceived you, you who were once not so deceived.

You were no firebrand, you were a damp squib in my opinion, sorry.

You need a damned good kick up the ahse!


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