August 24th, 2012

Video: Kelvin Salutes Rupert


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  1. 1
    Louise Mensch says:

    And so do I !

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  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    grubby liitle oik

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  3. 3
    UKIP.i.am.awake says:

    Fuck Leveson, I don’t want the corrupt state to run the national press.

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      State liars says:

      In the things that really matter – not trivial shite like photos of Harry in his Birthday suit – the national press is very much part of the corrupt state.

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  4. 4
    SP4BS says:

    I would support the newspapers in their fight against levison. but the problem is they aren’t news-papers.

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    • 6
      UKIP.i.am.awake says:

      But would you want a BBC version of the press?

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      • 10
        SP4BS says:

        eeh why not, its friday. yes, I’ll play with you. yes.

        Much as the “tone” of the BBC or its choice of who they invite in, they do get different sides in airing their views. Now you might argue that they spend 95% of their time spouting lefty stuff, but you still get more insight into the news than spending 95% of the time on arse and tit.

        Leveson, was basically about arse, tit, and irresponsible reporting about a dead child. It was a ridiculous side show, and nothing to do with serious press freedoms.

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          UKIP.i.am.awake says:

          Any medium that claims to be impartial but obviously is not is much more insidious than one which makes no such claim. Because ordinary people who have little interest in politics are influenced much more. If you don’t buy the Daily Mail you cant be influenced by it. If you have a BBC paper (heavily subsidised by the taxpayer) you will get many more readers ripe for subtle (or not so subtle) exploitation.

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        • 23
          Anon. says:

          You must be referring to the ‘unbiased’ way in which they have put up a headline ‘Murdoch supports Licence Fee’ on the red button. What it should do is name Elisabeth Murdoch (part of the left-wing London media elite) as the Murdoch who ‘supports’ the BBC. I mean, presumably that’s why the BBC asked her to give a speech – because she loves the BBC (unlike her brother.) Part of the Freud – Curtis – BBC axis, I suppose. But no-one mentions that bias. The headline ‘Murdoch supports Licence Fee’ suits their ends so much better.

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          • Sponge says:

            If the reason she was asked to give as speech is cos she supports the BBC, why did they ask James to give as speech? We’re they unaware of his views?

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          • Anon. says:

            Clearly, they asked her to give a speech because they knew her views were diametrically opposed to her brother. I really doubt they would have asked her if they had been the same, do you?

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        I Remember You Hoo says:

        No thanks, the BBC’s version of the truth is corrupt enough already.

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          Beeboid One says:

          The BBC is not corrupt.
          We merely reflect the views and stances of the left wing of our nation – that of the Labour Party, Guardian, Independent, Mirror, Red Star, Unions, RAC, Communist Party (underground), EU, and Will Self (self harming).
          The charge against us that we take the £3.6 billion in TV tax and use it to promote the above is absolutely preposterous.

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          • Anon. says:

            The article in the Commentator at the top of Guido’s media reader list is a perfect example of what the BBC ‘slips’ onto the airwaves in order to get across its left-wing message.

            Presumably they do it so blatantly because they know they can get away with it.

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        • 24
          Anon. says:

          Who has nobbled the Biased Broadcasting Corporation website?

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        • 27

          You can’t save that portion of the population who refuse to think for themselves.

          As I have said about my ex- wives many times, you can lead a whore to culture but cannot make them think.

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        • 41
          the savant says:

          frank ifield says
          i ve told you once this is your last warning

          stop plagiarising the title of my song or i ll kidnap and take you to alice springs where you will be tried as a fraudster and sentenced to seven years penal servitude in botany bay

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  5. 5
    Lord Levitation says:

    I’m with you on this one Kelvin.

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      Grammar School Boy says:

      Me too.

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    • 15
      Anonymous says:

      I didn’t realise having a private life extended to visiting a hotel in vegas, inviting a load of tarts you’d never met before along and then stripping while they take photos of you… If that’s too private to publish, and max mosely having a *cough* “german-themed” party is too private to publish when what exactly is the point of having a press in the first place.

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      • 29

        Good point – sadly the difference between the “news” part of “newspaper” and the now common practice of titillation as entertainment has been lost.

        I can only offer satire as a counterpoint, ably put by that great philosopher, Father Ted Crilly:

        “There was a time when the police in this country were friends of the church; speeding tickets torn up, drunk driving charges quashed, even a blind eye turned to the odd murder!”

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        • 42
          the savant says:

          do welders still exist
          Congratulations

          i thought they d gone th way of lathe turners, cowpers, blackmiths, hansom cab drivers , supermarket till ladies, shorthand typists, high street trvel agents et al

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    UKIP.i.am.awake says:

    Just imagine a BBC version of the newspaper industry. With a left-wing newspaper which was sold for 5p per copy because it was heavily subsidised by the taxpayer. And all the other newspapers had to compete against it.

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    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    Well said that man.

    The first thing Hitler and Stalin did was to silence the press and take away people’s guns.

    It’s high time we had a written constitution, modeled on the United States, with freedom of speech/press and the right to bear arms enshrined.

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      Cassandrina says:

      I was silent in disbelief when the editor of The Independent stated to the BBC this morning on the security issue on the naked prince, that they “were naked and unarmed”. It beggars belief that a man in this position does not know, or want to admit, that there are hundreds of people on this planet with the physical killing skills to be “registered as being themselves a deadly weapon”.
      The last time I saw one of these people in action it took 20 armed police to surround him before he calmly gave himself up to their custody.

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      Sponge says:

      And the number of people shot with guns would increase by 10 times over night.

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      The Golem says:

      We did, Axe, in the 17th Century Bill of Rights. It was modified and used as the basis for the drafting of the 2nd Amendment to the US Constitution. Very sensibly, the Founding Fathers removed all the references to catholicism in their version.

      Our own political establishment legislated the Bill into obsolescence and redundancy using the cumulative effect of the various firearms acts during the 20th Century. Each of these pieces of legislation received thunderous support from the great and the good and, of course, the msm of the day.

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  8. 11
    Prince Harry says:

    Am I bovverred?

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  9. 12
    Prin*ce Har*ry says:

    Am I bovverred?

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  10. 14
    Anonymous says:

    But his own daughter doesn’t

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  11. 17
    Anonymous says:

    Cheered when I watched him last night. Spot on.

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  12. 19
    was that on us? says:

    I’d prefer to know who paid the bill for the suite the cavorting took place in…

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    CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

    But the British press are scumbags. They crap on a lot of non-legitimate targets as well as targeting more legitimate targets.
    They have routinely undertaken criminal activities in the pursuit of sleaze and tawdry headlines. Murdoch is a very sinister manipulator and not even BRITISH!! Yet thinks he should own every British government. Politicians might be bastards, but at least they are elected bastards.

    The British news media is the worst in the democratic world for god’s sake. You can’t find a balanced view of facts, on anything important, in British news because there is always some pre-set agenda getting in the way, and this includes broadsheets. Be that political or commercial bias, or just plain grubby headline making. They are incapable of playing anything with a straight bat.

    Between the deservedly dying press and the Marxist traitors at the BBC. News dissemination is a load of agendarised bollocks run by wankers in th UK.

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    losing circulation every day says:

    We’ve got page 3 tits and bums pix each day, there should be a page 4 featuring pix of Kelvin’s and other journo’s bollocks – can anyone remember where Rupert stores them?

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    State liars says:

    The function of the press these days seems to be to dumb down and distract the dwindling number of mugs that still bother to read it.

    Compare say the front page of the Daily Mirror of around the 40s and 50s with the moronic rubbish it is today. The same goes for all newspapers. A downward slide towards sleb ‘n’ sport, interspersed with skateboarding donkey mindless trivia stories.

    What actual news these comics contain is superficial, usually riddled with factual errors and little more than state propaganda.

    No wonder all newspapers are loosing readers hand over fist. They all deserve to go under.

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  16. 35
    Jimmy says:

    The headline had me worried. Thank God not another nude.

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  17. 38
    Anonymous says:

    What would Kelvin do?

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  18. 43
    Blowing Whistles says:

    This of course is ‘The’ infamous Kelvin The Mouth Mackenzie – who some weeks ago bowed out from his stint as a D Mail commentator! During his time at the D Mail – he ‘sold himself’ to the readers as some kind of pillar of society -Pillock more like.

    Kelvin of course has his own skeletons ‘a rattling’ from his time as chief frontman for Rupee. They – the two of them – have form going back decades …

    So its quite predicatble that old boy (of the Rupee club) Kelvin has to ‘come out’ and salute his Chief string-puller – Old Rupee’s – got plenty of dirt on Kelvin from the past and when Rupee shouts jump! – Kelvin just obediently says ‘How High’ your majesty?

    Kelvin in his D Mail blatherings expressed somewhat of the view that he is also quite not so intelligent in so far as he appears to be a zioloon dupe as well. But hey ho – isn’t that what years of duplicity does to a propagandist piece of shit?

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