August 18th, 2012

Michael Meacher Backs Respect Candidate

Meacher-backed LeftFuture’s blog post titled “The unrepresented working class: a space Respect can fill” seems to have been deleted. Nothing to do with it being against Labour Party rules to back an opposing candidate. With the retirement of the politician formerly known as Viscount Stansgate, Meacher is the only authentic Bennite left in Parliament…

UPDATE: Full article by Kate Hudson of the Respect Party – their candidate for the Manchester Central by-election on 15 November uploaded by Guido here. She makes a good point about the extremely low turnout in an extremely safe Labour seat.

That is why I am standing for Respect in Manchester Central. It’s a ‘safe’ Labour seat, with 52% of the votes cast for Labour in 2010. But that figure hides a sorry tale. It also has the lowest turn out in the country at 44.5%. Labour, which has run Manchester for a long time, has not addressed the deep problems of the city or the constituency. Manchester is the fourth most deprived local authority in the country and its two most deprived wards are in Central constituency. Clearly, Labour is not working for Manchester Central. The people are making their judgment by voting with their feet, by turning away from the electoral process altogether. It’s time for a political alternative, articulating the interests of working people. Respect stands for that alternative.

Rival blogger Mark Ferguson from LabourList is quick to condemn:


273 Comments

  1. 1

    I wish them well.

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    • 10
      roger federer says:

      Is that multimillioanire property tycoon and slum landlord Bollinger socialist Michal Meacher? I went to a talk of his once. to this day I’ll never know how I prevented myself from headbutting the loathsome lefty c#nt in the face.

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      • 47
        Lord Stansted says:

        ah, but it could also be the “claimed to have working class roots until he was discovered to have been a liar” Meacher.

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        • 130
          Alan Watkins says:

          Mr Meacher is best known for his unsuccessful libel claim against me and the Observer. He was revealed to be a public school boy (Berkhampstead) whose parents employed a maid and hosted bridge parties. His claim to be the son of an argiculturlal labourer was shown to be entirely bogus. A truly prize cnut.

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      • 149
        Sandra in Accounts says:

        Where is the MSN in exposing Meachers property portfolio – paid for by the lowest earning taxpayers over decades?

        It is shocking that such a loathsome creature is allowed to remain in a pious bubble of hypocrisy – he is a multi millionaire from his “public service”.

        Utter troughing bastard.

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      • 150
        Jimmy says:

        So only Tories can be millionaires in public office?

        Righto….

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        • 153
          Click! Now your back in the room says:

          For the last fucking time Jimmy, please look up the word “hypocrisy” and read what that word actual means.

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      • 237
        CT says:

        Last I heard he owned nine rental properties.

        Hasn’t everyone learned by now that it’s the right of every socialist grandee to maintain an agreeable lifestyle that permits them to look down on the little people whose interests they claim to champion?

        Perhaps when he rents out his properties he even imagines that it keeps him in touch with those too poor to buy!

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    • 59
      Forkbender says:

      That’s it then Gordy, they don’t stand a chance now

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    • 75
      The Scrounging class more like says:

      “Working” Class ? Were did he get that idea from ?

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      • 103
        Forkbender says:

        The leading libore lot are just as bad as the leading cons, they do not mix or even know any “working class” folks their visits to hospitals, etc., are just arranged and orchestrated shams, if any one remembers B’Liars visits, the “audience” is carefully vetted, only sometimes someone is definitely off message, and the fun starts. Nads is certainly right about the posh boys of either major party.

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        • 131
          Gonk says:

          They know the tiresome working classes, but only for a day or two
          every four years or so.

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          • Forkbender says:

            Yup, election time is the only time that they feign to show interest in their electors troubles, they don’t even want these days to have local meetings with potential constituents (as opposed to their own party members) maybe frightened that they will be asked awkward questions that will put them on the spot. Even our dearleaders visits are stage managed so that they look good.

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      • 241
        Old Blue Eyes says:

        Anybody who is working class, i. e. works for a living, is out of his mind if he now supports the Labour party.

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  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    Perhaps for now but in a few years….http://www.yournextmp.com/candidates/emily_benn

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    • 50
      THE BENN DYNASTY says:

      Nepotism, patronage and cronyism. All in a day’s ‘work’ for the Libor party.

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      • 104
        Forkbender says:

        It seems to run deep in both major parties, it is their right of passage, so they think. It is not a new phenomenon it has gone on for ages as all those of you who are history buffs

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  3. 3
    Unpaid Sub Ed says:

    Respec ?

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  4. 4
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    Meacher, the landlord who didn’t know how many properties he owned. Up the workers, eh Mickey boy?

    ‘In 1988 he lost a libel action against the journalist Alan Watkins, who had written an article in November 1984 which included the remark “Mr Meacher likes to claim that he is the son of an agricultural labourer, though I understand that his father was an accountant who retired to work on the family farm because the life suited him better.”‘

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  5. 5
    Bill says:

    A RT is not the same as an endorsement. Very weak. Do better Guido.

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    • 37

      He is behind the LeftFutures site. Doh!

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      • 64
        Forkbender says:

        The trouble with the working class as opposed to yesteryear is they cannot both to go and vote or even register to vote for one reason and another, move around too quickly or do not want their name on the electorial register for example

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        • 117
          Give over! says:

          You mean to vote Labour luvvie? Maybe the wh1te working class do not see themselves being represented, least of all by the “working class” Labour Party.Apart from brainwashed northern monkeys, the wh1te working class despise Labour and all that modern left-wing politics stand for.

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          • Forkbender says:

            Now then gorgeous, no you are wrong again, I do not intend to vote liebore all I was saying was that a lot of the working class cannot be bothered to vote, for one reason or another as compared to 50 years ago, of course you were probably just a dirty thought in your old man’s mind. The biggest off put is the one party constituency where the same party gets in so you could vote for anything but the one paty candidate gets in, hardly conducive for gettting folks out to vote.

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    The Paragnostic says:

    Meacher’s two sons were at Fenlands Poly with me in the early-mid 80s.

    Funnily enough, both were proto-Tories at a time when the Blessed Maggie had few friends among the undergraduates.

    I still think Meacher’s massive property portfolio should be mentioned at every possible opportunity – obviously being a Bennite does not preclude enriching ones self at public expense.

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    • 9
      Mr Crow and all all his ilk says:

      Maybe it requires it. It is difficult to fnd the time to go round spouting nonsense unless you are loaded.

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    • 11
      roger federer says:

      Left = Liar shocker!

      Laurie Penny was claiming to be working class once too apparently!

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      • 14
        Penny Dread says:

        Oi, I is right werkin’ class I is.
        I got daft hair and a piercing and a tattoo of a dove on me showldah, innit?
        I is more werkin’ class an that Poly Toytown anyday,I is,I am,donnach fink, like cor,blimey, guv’nor.

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        • 101
          The Mayor of Shiremoor says:

          Met her at a do, once. Wouldn’t touch the Veuve Clicquot. So, how could she be workin’ class? Still: got a bj …

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        • 133
          Rose David says:

          Shudn’t u stress that u iz more werkin class dan Johan Hari now dat u replaced David Rose?

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      • 137
        feel good... says:

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        How can someone on benefits be part of the working class.
        perhaps change working class to not always working class.

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  7. 12
    Emily Litella says:

    Kate Hudson– I’ve always loved her in her films! I’m ashamed to admit this, but I’m old enough to remember her mother Goldie Hawn at her age!
    Oh– Kate Hudson the commie!
    (Never mind.)

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  8. 13

    That Izzard/Assange joke.

    L’Assange est dans L’ambassade

    Well, I like it.

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  9. 15
    Time to break some bleeding hearts says:

    Now that poor Winnie Johnson has died, can we have this stupid leftie legal advocate who withheld the information charged and put in prison? I’m furious that this typical bleeding heart leftie moron deliberately kept information about this poor woman’s son to herself just because Brady told her to.

    I’m sick of the way the legal system gives so much help to the most evil of criminals. Why does Brady even have a legal advocate? And what sort of pathetic bleeding heart hand wringing leftie idiot would willingly step up to the position of legal advocate to a serial child sex killer?

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      stupid leftie legal advocate says:

      It’s me yoomun royts innit an’ respect an’ stuff kno wot oy meen?

      I FEEL VIOLATED! an’ demeened an’ that – an’ oppressed!

      I wanna lorra lorra money now ter help me get me self respec an’ that back!

      knowotoymeen?

      innit

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    • 21
      Princess Po-face PollyTwaddle, leaning over her ivory tower, talking down at people says:

      “pathetic bleeding heart hand wringing leftie idiot” – you mean me don’t you?

      I can always tell.

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    • 80
      About four times the size of Wales says:

      Remember that stupid tosser Longford wanted Hindley released for fucks sake. Evil masquerading as morality that was.

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      • 84
        Longtwat says:

        Longford was motivated by his cock. He was a sexually frustrated twat who took a tour of strip clubs and brothels under the guise of doing research. Hindley was known to put on makeup before he’d visit and the withered old fuck thought she fancied him. Former inmates said she’d make jokes about him as soon as he’d left. At least he failed in his campaign and she died behind bars.

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        • 107
          Fact giver says:

          Father of Rachel Billington and Antonia Fraser amongst others. These lefties breed like flies.

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        • 115
          Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

          Yes – a bit like Lloyd George’s research with hookers.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            He was a zioloon for all of his political life – don’t believe me – it was published in ‘Picture Post’ back in about ohh … 1936. And of course he was the forerunner of selling gongs for dosh.

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          • William Ewart Gladstone says:

            No matter what you’ve heard, and even knowing how much it sounds like Clinton, I tell you now I did not have any sex with any whore at any time. I really was trying to reform them. Honest.

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    • 83
      Rat's arse says:

      Agree entirely with you ‘breaking heart’. It’s really disgraceful the way that poor lady was treated. At least she’s re-united with her little boy now.

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  10. 16
    Gordon Brown, addressing the dustbins at CurrrrrCudeeee Asylum for Lunatics and Moral Defectives, says:

    The House will be pleased to know that the inquiry into £IBOR scandal completely exonerate me, my policies, my re-arrangement of Financial matters, and Noo£ieBore.

    It was The Right Thing To Do!

    I will now do a jobby.

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    • 22
      Nursey says:

      Potty’s in the other corner Gordy..

      ..too late.

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    • 134
      Handycock, Head of planning, Portsmouth says:

      Your immigration policies were spot on Gordon and it was a stroke of genius to get RBS to provide the unsecured loans to the property developers to provide housing for them and Natwest (subsidiary of RBS) to offer to repossess those properties if the developers went bust. All in all the British sub prime crisis; fortunately the press never found out about it, thank God, otherwise my boys would not have been able to launder their drug profits, and they and I would not have been able to get very rich. Thank goodness for your taxpayer bailout of the banks, once again well done Gordon. Boaz.

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      • 138
        Gordon Brown says:

        Thanks Handy. It’s good to know someone appreciates the great work I did with a little help from Fred Goodwin. Jahbulon.

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  11. 17
    Kate's4U says:

    I got a great idea.
    We can try and represent the working class..starting with the middle class student and radical Muslim Vote.
    I bet Labour never thunk of that.

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    • 113
      Homo hammered! Ram a dank orangutan up your assalaikum says:

      “I, Kate Hudson, do not drink alcohol and never have. Ask yourself if you believe the other candidate(s) in this election can say that truthfully.”
      She should put that in her leaflets -it would clinch it with the student and working class voters.

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  12. 20
    Kate Hudson, Hollywood star says:

    I wish it to be known that I am not related to Kate Hudson of the Respect Party. Thank you. Now enjoy this picture.

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    • 25
      Roscoe Rules says:

      Is it cold out or is she pleased to see me?

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      • 27
        Old Wilsonian says:

        She reminds me of a French assistant I had at school. Very fond of Le Canard Enchaine, she was. I was so disappointed when I discovered it was a magazine and not a position.

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    • 68
      GORDON McMENTAL McMAD says:

      Can you get radio 2 on those ?

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      • 86
        Dave Figgley says:

        Ha ha, son. That depends on the metalwork, geezer. My forehead is prone to picking up Classic FM when I’m out and about. If truth be told, Figgley is more of a Smooth Radio aficionado, don’t you know? Shit happens, mate.

        Must motor – Spurs KO in 100.

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    • 136
      kate Hudson Music Star says:

      I wish it to be known that I am not related to Kate Hudson of the Respect Party. Thank you. Now enough this picture .

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      • 188
        CALL ME A FUCKWIT BUT ........ says:

        Has katy Perry changed her name to Kate Hudson ?
        or has she joined the respect party ?
        what is the link ?

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        • 271
          Madonna Ciccone (The Real Lady Gaga) says:

          Kate Hudson changed her name to Kate Parry as David Jones became David Bowie as she did not want the “brands” to be confused much like Mary Jackson does not want to be confused with Polly Toynbee

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  13. 24
    Manchester muslim says:

    Kate! Inferior kuffar woman! Here is 89,256 post votes you wanting. Now, keep your promises to doing backdating of my benefits to 1932. Death to you, kuffar! If this was my home country, you would be my 17th wife.

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    Daiejohn says:

    Meacher a champagne socialist grade1, he and his mentor Viscount Antony Wedgewood Benn, as working class as you can get as you can see and of course never had any privileges as a young man , and can afford to be a good socialist . God, these people make me sick.

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  15. 40
    It's Durka Durka! says:

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  16. 41
    Anonymous says:

    Once an appalling shit always an appalling shit.

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  17. 43
    LOL says:

    Oh check out the hand bag fight!

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  18. 49
    Roscoe Rules says:

    If they want to represent the Working class,I’ve got a good Idea that the ‘Respect Party’ might want to add into their manifesto.
    Stop shipping even more working class people into the fucking country.

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    Sir William Waad says:

    Areas like Manchester Central are not ‘deprived’. Nobody has deprived them of anything. They usually have far more spent on them than average – much more per pupil on education, much more on social security, policing and crime, etc etc etc. They are not deprived, just sadly rather useless.

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    • 60
      Snaplegs says:

      not deprived – just more demanding. Everything will be paid for by the taxpayer and then treated with as little respect as possible ( as with most things given away free in life).

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    • 69
      Bill Quango MP says:

      Manchester was the most regenerated city in Europe up to 2008.

      Probably London now, after all the Olympic cash.

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      • 81
        pablo says:

        the spent a fortune on Cardiff

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      • 88
        The Paragnostic says:

        They knocked down the Crescents in Hulme and the worst of the Moss Side slums and tower blocks years ago, and replaced them with nice 2- and 3-storey dwellings.

        They neglected to change the inhabitants, though – and that is why Manchester Central is still a deprived shithole.

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  20. 55
    GORDON McMENTAL McMAD says:

    Having a glass eye is a great place for hiding smarties

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  21. 74
    Anonymous says:

    Record lowest turnout in the country is 19.6% in Leeds Central in the byelection that elected Hilary Benn in 1999.

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  22. 85
    All Time High says:

    Octopussy on ITV. The good old days of the cold war.

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  23. 90
    Tory MPs says:

    British workers are the laziest in the world. We know this because we have studied them during our six months annual holiday and in the rest breaks we take from the exhausting work of embezzling the taxpayer.

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  24. 94
    Footslogger says:

    Respect for bearded primitives and their wretched women in slave wear dragging along behind.

    Oh Yes!

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  25. 95
    smoggie says:

    Respect Labour’s UKIP.

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  26. 98
    Eric Cartman says:

    Respect my authoritah!

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  27. 105
    GORDON McMENTAL McMAD says:

    Having a glass eye comes in very handy if you don’t like sprouts

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    genghiz the kahn says:

    Meacher, Meacher, Meacher, Out, Out, Out.

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  30. 110
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    Respect are scum – the Muslim Brotherhood for British morons – like Michael “12 houses” Meacher.

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  31. 111

    Comment on an article about Kim Dotcom, who is winning every round in his fight against the the force of the USA in NZ. It is on a rather liberal site called talkleft.com:

    The U.S. needs to let Hollywood fight its own battles. We taxpayers shouldn’t have to fund them — or approve of our government wiping out a company, seizing its assets, bankrupting its owners and upending their lives all before a trial or conviction. It’s time the U.S. stopped acting like the Queen in Alice in Wonderland, running around declaring “Punishment first, Verdict Afterwards.

    But can’t help but agree with every word.

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  32. 112

    Cоmmеnt оn аn аrtіclе аbоut Kіm Dоtcоm, whо іs wіnnіng еvеry rоund іn hіs fіght аgаіnst thе thе fоrcе оf thе USА іn NZ. Іt іs оn а rаthеr lіbеrаl sіtе cаllеd tаlklеft.cоm:

    Thе U.S. nееds tо lеt Hоllywооd fіght іts оwn bаttlеs. Wе tаxpаyеrs shоuldn’t hаvе tо fund thеm — оr аpprоvе оf оur gоvеrnmеnt wіpіng оut а cоmpаny, sеіzіng іts аssеts, bаnkruptіng іts оwnеrs аnd upеndіng thеіr lіvеs аll bеfоrе а trіаl оr cоnvіctіоn. Іt’s tіmе thе U.S. stоppеd аctіng lіkе thе Quееn іn Аlіcе іn Wоndеrlаnd, runnіng аrоund dеclаrіng “Punіshmеnt fіrst, Vеrdіct Аftеrwаrds.

    But cаn’t hеlp but аgrее wіth еvеry wоrd.

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    • 118

      I count myself as a friend of the USA. I have many friends who are American citizens. I love their can do attitude which is how I have always approached life myself.

      In late November 2001, I had booked a five week tour to the USA. After 9/11, the airline phoned me to say they would give me a full refund if I no longer wished to travel. I said Hell, no! I am not allow these people to terrorise me! Keep me booked in!

      My trip took in St Louis, California, Texas and adjoining states. I drove 7,000 miles in five weeks. It was a wonderful experience.

      Since then, I have seen the States behave like a benefits scrounger. We are entitled to do this or that because… Because we were bombed we are going to take it out on the rest of the world. I still love many of the people. But I hate their governments imperialistic pretensions.

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      • 120
        The Sofa says:

        I decided on a trip to California for similar reasons. Great place, great people. Public officials, sadly, were idiots slightly more often not to be unnoticeable.

        Can they be called ‘pretentions’ these days? Or should the States properly be described as an imperial power? They certainly seem to behave like one often enough.

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        • 124

          It is pretensions. And, in the manner of all drama, they do not see it that way themselves.

          Look, we are all capable of hypocrisy, I do not exclude myself from that, but these guys are on the wane and it shows. The founding fathers would weep at what they see now, IMHO.

          At least they have not signed up to Kyoto. At least they approve of fracking. They are fortunate to have discovered another 200 years of oil supply at current consumption (The Grauniad will take another 20 years to come to terms with that.) Maybe their supremacy will continue for longer than I have previously predicted.

          Their dependence on Rent Seeking explains my original post. I wish there was a better, more derogatory, term for this. But they have distorted all the good reasons for copyright and patent and magnified the bad, indefensible ones.

          That is why I do not feel so umbilically tied to them as, say, Churchill seemed to be.

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          • feel good... says:

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            has Global domination by america ended as it needs china’s favours. china needs western markets (still?). has america failed in stopping china doing its own thing….
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            in that sense where is global american supremacy … apart from in its sphere of influence. maybe countries in it’s influence are dutiful to america…as it is part of their karmic clearance. who knows.⛵

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          • Tay King-dePisse says:

            You think having American relatives mighta had a LITTLE something to do with it in Sir Winnie’s case?

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          • Hence umbilically

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          • Tay King-dePisse says:

            Oh, you were spe*aking literally!
            Sometimes in our haste, we overlook an obvious use of the language when a metaphorical flourish seems to have been employed; the image of many UK politicians at the end of feeding tubes marked “USA” was what had occurred to me.
            And as to the substance of your posts, i.e., the US throwing its weight around, ’twas ever thus– forty-odd years ago, Phil Ochs wrote a song about it which, if you didn’t know the fellow died in the mid-70′s, you’d swear it could have been written about the more recent American interventions overseas, if you were someone of a Leftie cast who is always prone to see things through this prism, like some of our more beloved trolls on this blog:

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          • As a follower of Aristotle, I am a believer in his acclaimed Mean. It does not cast you as a fence sitter, as some would say. One can be right wing in business approach and Low Tax – Small Government, Liberal in individual freedoms and tolerant of others, up to a point. But you do not have to follow any political propaganda.

            I have spoken to many people today, on my Adriatic camp site, who share exactly the same values.

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        feel good... says:

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        america as a benefits scrounger
        awesome.
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        the western banking industry is no better. do we live in a favour based world?
        ….life itself is a favour….do we need to be more dutiful.⛵

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        • 156

          Glad you liked that analogy. ;-)

          ….life itself is a favour Only if there is a god, which I very much doubt. Otherwise it is a crap shoot where some jostling can make a difference.

          Like the square… bit like me, really. *Try using Preview button to see how those wacky extra characters look before posting.*

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          • A. Non says:

            #Cat … + 1000.

            Thanks for this little thread. Hooray for the USA! Shame to see it so beholden to Limp Dicks.

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          • ‘Cept it was Gene Parsons, not Gram Parsons. Never mind… Both were superlative.

            And no, I was never a ban the bomb freak.

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          • The Byrds.

            Had two Parsons: Gram and Gene
            Two Genes: Parsons and Clark
            Two Clarks: Gene and Mike (Clarke)

            Just to Skip over some of their personnel. Roger?

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          • feel good... says:

            ..
            ..
            i use the preview button..
            they look beautiful on an ipad.
            i will check on a normal pc to see how it looks.

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          • feel good... says:

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            can we open our heart to love without faith?

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          • feel good... says:

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            can we take a risk without faith?

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          • feel good... says:

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            if god is the work of the imagination, then where does our imagination come from….our collective unconsciouness? if god is a conscious or unconscious human need, then why so? there is great creativity in our unconsciouness…the stuff of dreams. when we take on board the message of our nightime dreams, our dreams change.
            .
            perhaps god is us when we become perfect…until then “i have dream” who knows! all the best.

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    • 164
      Anonymous says:

      Given the vast number of Latinos floodng into the U.S. from the south it is only a matter of time before Mexico demands and receives the return of its stolen northern territories. I give it 50 years.

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      • 219
        Your Friendly Neighbourhood Voter Fraud Busters Service says:

        THAT long?
        The Democrats in the US want to gut State laws that mandate photographic ID at polling stations to insure that the person doing the voting is who (s)he says (s)he is. This is to prevent people from Latin America not eligible to vote as non-citizens, many of whom are in the country unlawfully, from impersonating anyone who is, as we say, no longer on the mortal coil, or at any rate no longer resident in that particular electoral district. (A smaller version of the problem exists for Asiatics.) Of course, the Dems spin it as an attempt to hold down the votes of African-Americans, whose voting rights were curtailed (by Dems!) in a bygone era. Of course there is no basis for this charge, as Bl*ack Americans in overwhelming numbers HAVE the required ID or can get it easily, but when this is shown, the response is usually of a “look over there!” variety. It’s obvious what’s going on, but the naked emperor resorts to the last refuge of a scoundrel and cries “Ra*ci*st!”

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  33. 119
    8illy Blofeld says:

    “How are you doing?
    I just want to let you know that your approve funds of $5, 7 million has be put together in a Consignment box and it has be registered in COURIER COMPANY here in Nigeria. I have paid for the delivering and insurance fees before living the country to UK on a meeting which I will not be back in three weeks time.

    Note the only money there we need from you is their security keeping fee which can only be paid by the receiver.

    Please, Resend them your contacts information for reconfirmations of your address,

    This is the information they need from you.
    Your name………
    your home or office address…………
    your current mobile number or cell phone …………

    HERE IS COURIER COMPANY CONTACT ADDRESS:

    Contact name: Dr JAMES KING

    Telephone (+234-81360-275-31)

    E-mail: zenith.couriercompany11@gmail.com

    Try to contact COURIER COMPANY as soon as possible to avoid increasing of the security keeping fee.
    Do let me know as soon as you received your package.
    Thanks and Remain Blessed.

    Mrs. Julian Edgar”

    I’m rich!!!

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  34. 126
    Blowing Whistles says:

    I like it …

    Just up on The Sunday Telegraph.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/9484284/Germany-may-be-the-country-that-brings-the-euro-crashing-down.html

    with the ref to Order- order all about Yeo mans conflicts of interest.
    From Sun Tel as below>

    • peteh
    Today 07:25 PM
    How do these people get away with it? They are no better than muggers and shoplifters.
    Yeo says to Boris, let’s ban old taxis, to reduce emissions, Guess who sells new taxis?

    http://order-order.com/2012/08

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  35. 127
    ffs! says:

    So fucking what. Politicians are bent, bloggers are bent.

    Best grow food and get armed for the inevitable.

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    • 132
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Correction – try not to place everyone into one category. Politicians (especially at the top) are bent – BUT and it is emphasised “bloggers ARE NOT ALL bent”

      Be careful not to tar everyone with the politicians’ brush.

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  36. 128
    Aunty Matter says:

    So according to the Sunday papers IDS has made a formal complain to the BBC about Stephanie “I’ve slept with most of the Labour party” Flanders.

    About fucking time, this dozy hag has been carping about the Tories since they came to power and totally forgets the fuck up made by all her former lovers in the Labour party.

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    • 216
      Anti-Anachronisms says:

      Why has the government not changed avoiding the BBC tax from a criminal to a civil offence?. Calling it a criminal offence is totally disgraceful and comes from the 1930s and 40s when the law could be used against fifth columnists with illegal radios.
      It would be so easy to do and might make the BBC staff think a little more.
      And squatting, of all things, is still a civil offence: the law on both needs reversing. Maybe when Clarke is sacked, something might be done about this.

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  37. 129
    Saffron says:

    Michael Meacher and his poor workers rights do not belong in the same sentence.
    Meacher is a champagne socialist of the worst order with his property portfolio,who tries to put it across to the worker that he is on their side.
    The man is an utter hypocritical tosspot of the highest order,but the sad thing is that he has liebour bedwetters believing him,although this is hardly a surprise given their mentality.

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    • 135
      Blowing Whistles says:

      You could also have a look on the net about umpteen Union bosses – Try Derek Simpson former Amicus Union Nabob / try Bob Crow etc etc. And even then don’t forget Brendan Barber – he’s the Champagne socialists’ top TUC man.

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  38. 139
    Priceless Frankie Boyle jokes says:

    Susan Boyle looks like Gordon Brown trying to play Mrs Doubtfire.

    David Cameron is a wet lipped buffoon who looks like he should be playing the trombone in a Lurpak advert.

    Nick Clegg looks like the sort of man who’d leave a stag do early to get home in time for Holby City.

    I heard Gordon Brown wears makeup. Makeup? Can you imagine what he looks like without makeup? ET’s nutsack.

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  39. 141
    Aunty Matter says:

    ‘BBC host accused of ‘peeing all over British industry’: IDS fury at ‘carping and moaning’ broadcaster as report casts doubt on jobs boost

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2190412/IDS-fury-carping-moaning-BBC-report-casts-doubt-jobs-boost-He-accuses-Stephanie-Flanders-peeing-British-industry.html

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    • 181
      roll my log says:

      That would be Stephanie “Ed Balls and Milliband’s ex-spunk bucket” Flanders? Why no mention of what she’d been using her baggy growler for in the past?

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  40. 144
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Is Boris beholden and craven to the Climate Change zealots?

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    • 148
      Lucius Calidius Eroticus says:

      I haven’t asked him, have you?

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    • 189
      Anonymous says:

      Yep, and he wants Turkey to be a member of the EU, and when have you heard him say anything against untrammeled immigration? Oh, and he blubbed tears of joy over the Olympic ceremony. In other words, he’s one of them.

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  41. 146
    Anonymous says:

    http://biased-bbc.com/ copy and paste this in the address bar and it will work

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  42. 151
    pablo says:

    to be irreverential does not mean that there is no respect

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  43. 152
    Retard Factor says:

    The retard factor is back. Entertainment for the dumb sheeple.

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  44. 158
    Grollace says:

    So Manchester 0 Corby 0 – is a non-score draw?

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  45. 159
    Anonymous says:

    Kate Hudson doesn’t go far enough.

    Labour did not merely fail to address the ‘deep problems of the city or the constituency’. NuLab actively worked against the interests of the working class it exists to serve. When it was not cosying up to the rich, continuing and worsening Thatcherite policies, it was busy flooding the nation with immigrants.

    However she is entirely wrong to suppose that it will be the white-haters of ‘Respect’ that will ultimately benefit from this. Far more likely to be the-party-that-must-not-be-named.

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    • 220
      Four-eyed English Genius says:

      What, exactly, is Thatcherite about increasing taxes on anyone prepared to work, doling out benefits to anyone not prepared to work, and allow unchecked immigration? You really are a very silly person (or a troll)

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      • 272
        ho ho ho says:

        Thatcher abolished taxes for the rich but increased them via the deceitful dodge of increased National Insurance for people working for a living; invented the wheeze of shoving as many unemployed as possible onto sickness benefits to hide the truth about the unemployment fugures; signed up for the Single European Act, the Maastrict Treaty, and the ERM all of which meant unchecked immigration and fucked the economy.

        Now get back to your wanking.

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  46. 160
    Lou Scannon says:

    Funny, I thought old Bill was supposed to be a safe pair of hands and preferable to that twat Clegg :

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/hague-ignored-lawyers-to-send-assange-threat-note-8060061.html

    Does anyone in Westminster know anything at all about the law or do they think they can just make it up as they go along ?

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    • 169
      Theresa April, Home Secretary says:

      I will reprimand William yesterday.

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    • 170

      I used to be an admirer of William Hague but, if that article is correct and he authorised that letter to be sent, he should step down from this great office of state as he is unworthy of it.

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      • 173
        Pawn Sandwich says:

        Even China respects the sanctity of foreign embassies. Maybe Hague prefers to use Iran circa 1979 as a role model.

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      • 198
        The Paragnostic says:

        It sounds to me like the sort of decision that is “informed” by 14 pints of Old Peculiar and a quick tour of the optics.

        To suggest that diplomatic inviolability might be put aside merely to satisfy a request for the questioning of one individual (no charges have been brought) seems the act of either a neophyte or a serious toper.

        We might as well resurrect George Brown as Foreign Sec.

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    • 177
      pablo says:

      maybe he was intoxicated (backlash of Olympic fervor)

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      • 180
        Lou Scannon says:

        Given that old Bill claims to be fond of a jar or 14, he’s probably not averse to the odd game of darts of a night. Can’t help wondering if there might yet be a third man waiting to be unmasked. (It’s definitely not cricket.)

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        • 183
          Spad-u-like says:

          How on earth could anyone be an ‘admirer’ of William ‘share my bed’ Hague? After supporting the islamic death squads of Libya with British warplanes he’s now pushing to aid Al-Qaeda and friends in their attempt to free Syria of Christians. He’s an infantile cock living in a Tony Blair “I can use British armed forces to inflate my ego” bubble

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          • Moussa Koussa's sockpuppet says:

            With Cameron, Clegg et al away, is this the beginnings of a putsch?

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          • Buggerati Watch says:

            How can anyone expect a member of the Buggerati to make sensible decisions.
            His mind is concentrated on his next botty battering session, this is not good for a senior official, we should give him more time off!

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        • 209
          Arminka Hellcat says:

          I’ve convinced William that the Muslim Brotherhod are Britain’s natural allies

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    • 196
      Mornington Crescent says:

      As I commented on that pompous arse Crawford’s article on The Commentator (which was not published, natch), the FCO has been shorn of talent over the last 20 years and is now little more than a glorified travel and ‘uman rites agency.

      Take a look at the FCO’s website this morning – the main ‘headlines’? That prat Assange, how to avoid balcony falls for pissed-up louts and “Olympic diplomacy”, whatever that is. Desperate, desperate stuff.

      It’s getting to the stage where absolutely everything this pantomime horse of a Government touches is a cock-up.

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      • 201
        The Paragnostic says:

        I last dealt with the FCO just over a decade ago, and most of the staff I dealt with were pretty sharp.

        There has been an intervening period of New Labour – the FCO was very anti-Blair and probably suffered from that. Replacing intelligent Arabists with craven Z**nists probably hastened the decline.

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        • 205
          Lou Scannon says:

          I’ve dealt with the FCO just once in a matter which could easily have turned into a case of child abduction. That was a couple of years ago. They very quickly told me that uttering the magic words Hague (!) Convention would solve a lot of problems, and they were spot on.
          Meanwhile, an American lawyer offered to provide the same service for a mere $20K.

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    • 225
      Tay King-dePisse says:

      It’s because Assange ISN’T in the safe pair of hands of the “Old Bill” that this is a problem, anyway!

      (Somebody had to do the cheap-o, it’s been sitting there for hours!)

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  47. 161
    The Lesson unto Noo (Utterly Befuddled) Progressive Cons is taken from the Book of Dave, Chapter 94 says:

    1. And there came a time when Dave, even he that usurped the title of Leader, saith unto his scribes and jobsworths: Lo, I am an tired and weary. For have I not done much that is for mine own good in the manner of that of a loyal servant of Rumpydom. And do I not deserve rest, and refreshment? Yeah even that of the chillax?

    2. And the scribes and jobsworths of Dave lifteth up their voices and answered and said: yeah, O noble and gracious Lord. For, in thine inestimable wisdom thou knowest the secrets of our hearts, that shouldest make haste, and go unto a far place wherein to take thine ease and rest.

    3. And Dave, being full of conceit and little else, bade his servants and handmaidens to gather together his tents and chattels, yeah, even also that which amuseth him, and bringeth comfort unto his inner parts, yeah, even unto his brane.

    4. And Dave went unto a far place, and sojourned there. And sought to set at naught those things troubleth his heart, yeah even those things that he should have done, but had not done.

    5. For be it well known, that Dave had done those things he ought not to have done, and not done those things that he ought to have done. And there was no health in him, neither contentment.

    6. And there came upon the earth a sound like unto a mighty rushing wind. And it filled the whole earth, and the people hushed and listeneth.

    7. And there came forth a mighty voice, yeah like unto a great storm that troubleth the seas. And the voice sayeth, Bestir thyself, Doeth Something Useful, – yeah, rouse thyself and do that which is of benefit to the people, and cease being like unto a creature that creepeth about by night in search of rats and pestilence.

    8. But bestir thyself. Go forth. Be bold. Labour mightily as thou shouldest upon the earth.

    9. And Dave trembled and groanéd and was an feared: For he knew in his heart he could not, neither had he strength nor wit.

    Here endeth the Levyson and all other costly, useless endeavours and gravytrains.

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    • 171
      review says:

      too long

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    • 174
      Lou Scannon says:

      Amen to that. :D

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    • 192
      Moussa Koussa's sockpuppet says:

      Let’s face it – Cameron and his cohorts are cruising. They know the game’s up. They know they just have to limp towards 2015, and then sail off into the sunset to well-paid non-jobs in Euroville.

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    • 195
      Moussa Koussa's sockpuppet says:

      And there cometh a great new Messiah, and his hair was fair, and he was virile, and his disciples nameth him Boris…

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    • 222
      Four-eyed English Genius says:

      #3 “being full of conceit and little else”

      Whatever do you mean? I can think of at least one more thing he is full of!

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    • 239
      Shakey says:

      In sooth, thou spe*akest verily, but mayhap thou couldst brush up a bit on thine Elizabethan/early Stuart. ‘Tis an excellent taking of the piss out of Master Cameron but for an howler or six in the telling thereof. I bid thee well in any event but I would thou didst heed mine advice, my good man.

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  48. 172
    JULIAN ARSEFLANGE says:

    Up yours Cameron , you can’t even send murderers back to their own country so you have no chance with me

    You can’t catch me for a penny cup of tea ! Nah nah na nah na !

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  49. 182
    Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

    Wow. How’s this for a BALANCED panel of three pundits on a BBC political discussion show this morning: Owen Jones, the BBC’s marxist-in-chief commentator, Kim Howells, former Labour minister, and for balance….Yes, a former Apprentice contestant who is well-known for her right-wing conservative opinions (Katie Hopkins.)

    Yes, you can always count on the BBC for an unbiased political debate.

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    • 187
      Moussa Koussa's sockpuppet says:

      I totally agree, no representation for the Liberal Democrats. Shameful.

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    • 207
      Beeboid says:

      Think yourself lucky, we usually balance our programs with someone from the soft left, someone from the hard left and someone from the extreme left.

      Now pay your TV tax!

      Like

    • 244
      Bluebird says:

      Yup I noticed that as well. Definitely a left overbalance there. Jones looks like a private school sixth former playing at being a working class lefty.

      Like

  50. 184
    the unrepresented working class says:

    stop mass immigration now!

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    • 206
      albacore says:

      And, lo, there came a voice in the wilderness
      And it said, “Shut your gob! How dare you digress?
      Celebrate and accept The One True Belief
      Or Dave ain’t arf goin’ to give you some grief”

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    • 208
      Liberal Elite of the LibLabCon Machine says:

      Fuck off!

      Just keep voting us back in.

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  51. 193
    EIZIER BROWN (one eizier than the other) says:

    Socket to em GB !

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  52. 197
    William Hague says:

    All this damned hassle when I should be chill-axing !
    Nothing else for it but a new mission statement : I’m going to take up smoking.
    Twenty Embassies, please.

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  53. 202
    David Cameron (Leader of the Nasty Party) says:

    We need to behave like a Colonial bully at times.

    I shall order the management and staff of G4S to storm the Ecuador Embassy in London.

    They will piped in by The Scottish Hairy Bagpipers.

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  54. 210
    William Hague says:

    Oh well, that obvious bluff didn’t work did it!

    Bring back the good old days of the Libyan civil war when I could stand in front of the cameras and say “Bennnghazi” in my sorry excuse for a Yorkshire accent.

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  55. 211
    Big Brother says:

    But he’s committed a SEX CRIME!

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  56. 212
    annette curton says:

    Not sure what it means but Assange is an Australian citizen but took sanctuary in the Ecuadorian embassy, just cannot trust this western lot to uphold human rights any more?.

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  57. 213

    Don’t forget to watch out latest multicult brainwash program called ‘Citizen Khan’ this August. It’s to make you think Pakistani muslims are loveable funny misunderstood types who only want to integrate and are more British than you!

    Brilliant eh!

    PS Don’t forget to pay your TV tax.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/proginfo/2012/35/citizen-khan.html

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  58. 215
    William Hague (Age 14¾) says:

    I have it on good authority that Assange is on his way to Venezuela

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  59. 223
    Egnassa says:

    If I were Mr Assange I would be very relaxed about my future plans in Equador. PC Plod and the Border Agency do not have good reputations for keeping tabs on people.

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  60. 226
    UKIP.i.am.awake says:

    If there is anything that shows up just how much we English are treated like complete idiots it is this.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-19305260

    “Scottish and EU students are exempt from tuition fees at Scottish institutions.

    However, a loophole in EU regulations means that students from the rest of UK have to pay to study in Scotland”.

    So we are paying not only to educate our own kids but those of the EU as well.

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    • 227
      Aunty Matter says:

      What and you think UKIP would change that? UKIP are a pro unionist pile of shit. It’s freedom from Scotland we need and a ban on jocks coming south to our Parliament.

      If you ain’t born in England you can’t be an MP or the leader of a trade union.

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      • 243
        Bigot Watch says:

        Aunty Matter it isnt Your parliament its The British parliament. Fuckwit.

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        • 249
          The Paragnostic says:

          You seem to be piqued, young bigot watcher.

          Maybe you should return to your piss-soaked park bench and have a wee swallae o’ Bucky.

          The sooner we are rid of the chippy pissheads with their grasping hands taking the Barnett formula shilling the better.

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        • 252
          Aunty Matter says:

          British Parliament, so why does every other part of the UK get its own except England then?

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          • UKIP.i.am.awake says:

            Because thanks to the liblabcon trio the EU, Scotland and Wales treat the English like idiots.

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  61. 234
    pablo says:

    bloody ‘ell it’s tarka the otter

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  62. 238
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’ve just cum over a beef & tomato pot noodle. It reminded me of an experience I once had in Cape Cod.

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    • 246
      annette curton says:

      And that concludes my lecture for today esteemed suckers, how many dollars does that get me this time?.

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  63. 242
    The Sheikh Of Arabeeee says:

    Look at the fucking Leftie arsewipes outside the Ecuadorean embassy.

    Fucking blethering and pontificating away, fucking lost in sel-delusion, fucking trumpeting the cause of a fucking narcissistic sex pest and a fucking dago shithole.

    Fucking jizzwads.

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    • 248
      Cressida's Dick says:

      I wish a reporter would just go round and ask each of them ‘and what do you do for a living?’. The words ‘fuck all/benefits ‘ would figure high on the response list.

      Like

    • 251
      The Paragnostic says:

      The support of leftist idiots does not change the facts – that Assange has been poorly served by the British judicial system, which should never allow extradition for the purpose of answering questions.

      If the Swedes were serious, they would send their investigators here to ask whatever questions they want, and if they consider the evidence enough for a charge, apply for extradition. The fact that they have not implies to me that they are taking the piss and do not have a justice system worthy of the name – just another variation on the piss-poor Napoleonic system.

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      • 256
        UKIP.i.am.awake says:

        Why don’t the police get a big fucking truck and park it in front of the balcony?

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        • 258
          Bill Haig says:

          Good idea. Here in Westminster we’re used to cherry-picking at the law to suit our own ends.

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      • 259
        The Sheikh Of Arabeeee says:

        Assange is fucking full of shit.

        He talks about protecting journalism- any respectable journo protects his sources. Assange does nothing of the fucking sort- he just publishes the information and the consequences don’t fucking matter.

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        • 260
          pablo says:

          he should dress as a copper and walk out

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        • 261
          The Paragnostic says:

          I’m not contesting that Assange is full of shit – he’s not pretending to be a journalist, though – just a conduit for whistleblowers.

          Even arseholes deserve a fair crack when it comes to the law, which is manifestly not the case here.

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  64. 255
    TrT says:

    But respect are even more anti white working class than Labour!!

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The lefties are attacking because the panellist is a millionaire and lives in a London home worth upwards of two million. Someone had best tell them he’s called Ed Miliband.


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