September 23rd, 2012

Ahmadinejad Interviewed by Piers Morgan for CNN

As the rhetoric ratchets up and Israel leans towards launching a pre-emptive strike on Iran’s nuclear weapons programme, the regime feels it needs to reach out to the Western media, granting CNN’s Piers Morgan an interview to be broadcast Monday night. The evil egotistical megalomaniac is interviewing President Ahmadinejad…


183 Comments

  1. 1
    Tachybaptus says:

    Both together: ‘How does it feel being one of the most hated people in the world?’

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    • 13
      ginger says:

      blairs cabinet should be made to live their days out shoveling shit in a sewage farm

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      • 79
        As the Old Song goes says:

        Bliar is not fit

        To shovel Shit

        From one hole

        To another

        and as the reprehensible Bliar is a total little shit and creep, – just chuck him in.

        oh, and

        Brhoon
        Mandlescum
        PrizeClot
        Big Al

        and all the horrible fuckers!

        (Sorry Guido, if this coarse talk offends – my button has been pressed)

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        • 118
          Dan Maris says:

          Oh grow up. Blair didn’t invent 9-11. What were we supposed to do? Write a letter of apology to Osama Bin Laden saying sorry for annoying him and promising never to do it again?

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          • That Blair lied to parliament is beyond doubt says:

            True, but America used it as an excuse to reinvade Iraq and took their eye of the ball. Iraq of course had nothing to do with 9/11. Blair facilitated this by lying about the intelligence we supposedly had on WMD.Does that answer your question ?

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          • Hey Dan says:

            The real prob was elsewhere wasn’t it? Afghan for instance.

            Bliar and Dumbo fell for the oldest trick in the Military Manual – the Dummy, Feint, or ‘How to Fool Myself into thinking I’m a Truly Wondrous Commander’

            Happened many times before, don’t suppose it will be the last.

            Pisspoor intel didn’t help either.

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          • That Blair lied to Parliament is beyond doubt. says:

            The intel wasn’t poor, Blair lied about it.

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    • 16
      I don't need no doctor says:

      What was Morgan’s answer?

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    • 23
      Sir William Waad says:

      What a pair of Shiites!

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    • 27
      Fuct says:

      The evil egotistical megalomaniac is interviewing President Ahmadinejad ..

      ….. whilst the obese boz eyed plastic paddy snipes from the sidelines, wishing he was half the hack he wants others to think he is, ffs.

      Guido used to be better than this but he’s been subsumed into the mediocre mainstream he used to rail against.

      2/10 must try harder.

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      • 54
        2 Para says:

        Piers, please accept a refund & fuck off

        Better still, come down to Aldershot for a pint with the chaps & a chat about old times.

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        • 82
          Look like says:

          Looks like they’re sharing a ‘jar’ there – vodka? some strange mysterious A Rab brew?

          We should be told.

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    • 67
      Grrr says:

      He was going to do the BBC but found Jeremy Bowen to slimey.

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    • 119
      Dan Maris says:

      Good one! If only Ahmadinejad was a judge on Britain’s Got Talent there would be a lot fewer dog acts.

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  3. 3
    Kevin T says:

    It’s actually nothing to do with politics. Ahmadinejad is going to be a judge on the new series of Britain’s Got Talent.

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  4. 5
    john in cheshire says:

    I just hope that Mr Ahmadinejad and all the ayatollahs, imams and mullahs in iran don’t escape the wrath of Israel, when the day of reckoning finally arrives. They deserve every bit of the onslaught that is, hopefully, delivered to them.

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    • 74
      Dr Nuts says:

      Hmm, while ignoring the fact that the US are supporting Al Qaeda in Syriia. What was Pressie Bush’s definition about Terrorists,
      ‘something… somethings…. somethings… rogue states that support terrorists’?

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      • 86
        Lucius Calidius Eroticus says:

        For a start, as far as I am aware ex President Bush is knocking back JD while he snorts coke from the arse of a nubile young lady. He definitely isn’t dictating current foreign policy. Now the US is dancing to Barry’s tune.

        That tune seems to be to do as little intervening as possible, which is exactly what he is doing in Syria. Would you rather he backed Assad?

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        • 117
          Anonymous says:

          I’d rather O’Bummer didn’t do anything at all. Backing Al Qaeda is not the solution to long term stability and peace in the region. Especially when Russia is prepared to escalate.
          UK news is completely skewed to show a particular angle on events, with a squinty eye on hoping that future events might make the situations reported appear to be true.
          Failing that – there’s the alternative to news – Distractions, eg some bimbo princesses tits to keep the dead tree press readers unaware of what is going on.

          Is a Princess’s tits really the big issue of the day?

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      • 95
        Leek Kinnochio Multipensions plc says:

        you mean…..turrerists.

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  5. 6
    Dandy Mitchell says:

    A pair of plebs . . .

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  6. 7
    Mr Ramsden says:

    The Execution factor, says Mrs Ramsden
    Britain’s Got Taliban yes dear, you’re making me look dumber than I actually am

    Mossad can be a bit of a handful so they tell me. Sniper rifle? Or perhaps a simple Molotov cocktail will suffice.

    Can that picture get any Huntier? Fly Thrasher The Whip over to tell them they’re plebs?

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  7. 8
    Mr Ramsden says:

    Can that picture get any HuntIER? scuse fingers been up all night and it’s now 18.19

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  8. 9
    Mr Ramsden says:

    ah you can’t write that word.

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  9. 11
    Eeyore says:

    And arsehole shall speak unto arsehole.

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  10. 12
    chris says:

    Jesse Ventura wiped the floor with Morgan last night.

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  11. 14
    Geo says:

    deserves a nuke right over his house … and am not keen on Ahmadinejad either!

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  12. 15
    ToonBob... says:

    Two teeny weeny pricks together…..

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  13. 17
    ToonBob... says:

    Nuke the barstewards…

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  14. 19
    Ayatolla says:

    Mr Morgan is a well known Western spin doctor. He will be a good useful idiot.

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  15. 20
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    And the sad part is, he probably thinks it will boost his ratings; yeah, sure, if I’m an American cable-TV watcher and I have a choice between, say, Monday Night NFL or Monday Night WWE, and CNN presenting a sleazy little sand monkey being interviewed by a sleazy little British git, hey, I’ll opt for Piers every time!

    (By the way, did Dinner Jacket bring along one of his famous bucket lifts with him so he can personally take care of the people that annoy him?)

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    • 26

      There is, of course, always the off switch. ;-)

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      • 34
        Anonymous says:

        In your case apparently not. :)

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      • 84

        The authorities here find it incredible that I do not have a TV set.

        Why not? they asked.
        Because it is shit I replied.

        They then got offended. What can you do? Not having TV is like recovering from a killer disease – you are cured – you don’t really want to try it again.

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        • 88
          Lucius Calidius Eroticus says:

          Your problems are small beer compared to mine! You have no TV, I have no postcode because my house floats. You have no idea how much they trouble that causes.

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        • 92
          Tay King-dePisse says:

          Once more we venture into that ownership-of-mind territory– and the quick answer is that people form communities even in terms of which television shows they watch, just to share a common experience, usually for discussion at the water-cooler the next day at the office (or after work at the watering-hole) for NFL, and between classes for WWE (where they critique the acting and plotlines much as their more, shall we say, “twee” friends might discuss opera or ballet). Abstaining from viewing television, under that definition, could be construed as downright anti-social. (Do they issue ASBO’s in Expat-istan?)

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          • Lucius Calidius Eroticus says:

            I started a new job recently and the getting to know you chat and banter crept into the territory of mindless TV. No I don’t watch soap operas because they are shit was my reply. We now have discussions free of mindlessly crap TV. But I am not ostracized, because we discuss other things. We have formed new communities where TV is not spoken of.

            Now try forming a community at work of people who don’t have houses. A community of people who live on boats. It’s impossible, but I am now the person who lives on a boat. Everybody wonders what it would be like to live on a boat so I am accepted because I can tell them what it would be like to live on a boat. Even if deep inside they know they will never live on a boat.

            The problem is the government who don’t believe in communities who don’t watch TV or live in houses and will ignore them and pester them till they conform. The government are the real anti social bastards.

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          • Clydebuilt says:

            Hopefully your boat will drift off into the middle of the Atlantic and we wont have to listen to any more of your fucking bollox.

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    Sir William Waad says:

    The Iranians suffered such terrible losses in the war with Iraq that I don’t think they’ll be intimidated by the JDF, while economic sanctions against them are just a pretence. Might being nice to them work?

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      Sir William Waad says:

      IDF, sorry.

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      Ghhjkk says:

      Judaen democratic front ?

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      Lucius Calidius Eroticus says:

      I feel sorry for the Iranian people, it was not that long ago they were being murdered in the street for daring to oppose an obviously fixed election and now they have the threat of a potential war with the West. I don’t feel sorry for the Iranian leadership though, them bastards deserve the noose and being nice to those characters would only be seen as weakness.

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        Al-Hoistem al-Forryeh says:

        As head of the Crane Operators’ Union, spe*aking on behalf of the rank-and-file, we would welcome the work, for which we would like to be paid in USD or, in a pinch, EUR. Payable in advance, of course. (For a little extra baksheesh, we will tie the knots incorrectly, so they can do, as you British call it, the “Tyburn jig”.)

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  17. 24

    Mystic Meg prophesies that Ahmadinejad’s beard will be a different colour by December.

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  18. 28
    Aunty Matter says:

    Shouldn’t there be a bit when I’m a dinner jacket burst into tears Susan Boyle style?

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    • 30
      Ghhjkk says:

      Maybe dinner jacket and netanyeehaw should sing a song each . We all get to vote . Losing country gets nuked?

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    Anonymous says:

    Morgan will have him in tears by the end, mark my words.

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  20. 32
    john mackie says:

    Ahmadinejad speaks a lot more sense about the world than Satanyahoo

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  21. 35
    Sorry Guys. says:

    This media Guido thing hasn’t really worked as it?

    If you were a magazine style webplace then it could just work. But as a political Blog it does not fit in.

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  22. 37
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Which one of the UK banks sponsored the show?

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  23. 38
    Mr Ahmadinejad says:

    And after this I will address the fringe meeting at the Conservative Conference

    “Conservative friends of Iranian plebs”

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  24. 39
    nellnewman says:

    Piers interviews armoured dinnerjacket. You’d have thought he’d have invited his mate gordon – he’ll be so upset to have been left out of such a high profile event.

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  25. 43
    The Second Coming says:

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    • 46
      nellnewman says:

      No need to pledge allegiance. mittromney has his foot permanently in his mouth and no way can he win the Presidential election. It is Obama’s by default.

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      • 48
        Dave Cameron says:

        That’s what i think when i read the polls. I may be shit, but the other guy isn’t up much to either. My election campaign is just going to be that “..these strikes are wrong..”clip, on a loop. remind everyone what a twat Mliband is.

        I expect a workable majority.

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      • 49
        Will-i-am Hague says:

        I pledge allegiance to the fag.

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  26. 45
    Gordon Brown says:

    ZYXWVUTSRQPOMNLKJIHGFEDCAB

    Fuck! Sue’s fault.

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  27. 47
    Piers Moron says:

    Mr A, I salute your courage, your strength, your indefatigability.

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  28. 50
    Anthony Spencer says:

    You cannot reason with a barbarian like Ahmadinejad. Best option is for forced regime change and hang him from one of his cranes. Destroy his evil regime.

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    • 72
      Realist says:

      But let them get rid of the Izzies first.

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      • 113
        whippersnapper2 says:

        You are on another planet mate. These are same loonies who fought Iraq (there IS a joke for you) for 8 years then shook hands and called it a score draw after killing thousand of their own people.
        Wake up wake……you are not paying attention. Take a thousand lashes. (and an extra virgin)

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  29. 52

    Perhaps Ahmadinejad and Morgan could consider a job swap for a year or so.

    Both could be doing something they were totally unsuited for – in fact, just as they are now.

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  30. 58
    Gordon Brown says:

    I am appointing Garry Glitter as my X-Factor Tsar

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  31. 59
    Ayatollah don't blame me. says:

    Look guys, we need nuclear enrichment. I know we Iranians live on land that has vast gas and oil reserves, which is far cheaper and easier to turn into electricity, but that’s not the point.

    Our puppet, I mean President will meet with former PrimeMinister Morgan and explain all.

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  32. 61
    Know Your Place says:

    When you said “evil, egotistical maniac” I thought that you were about to address the behaviour of Andrew Mitchell.

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  33. 62
    Blowing Whistles says:

    It’s about the oil stupid. Perhaps someone got the coordinates a bit wrong back in the early 1900’s when an oil prospecting plan was hatched?

    Oh dear who gave them the wrong coordinates di dums – olive groves?

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  34. 64
    Rupert my Hero says:

    OK… but which one is looking for asylum ?

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    • 98
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Moron like Rupee – are the ‘frontmen’ and ‘string-pulled’ nutters running the asylum for their ‘friends’.

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  35. 66
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    Morgan’s like a shaved one that smells a bit.

    Ahmedinejad is like one where the undergrowth has been allowed to grow a bit wild – and it has syphilis.

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  36. 70
    Rupert my Hero says:

    In a swap, one of theirs for one of ours, the Americans think they got the better deal.

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    Morgan’s
    Unwelcome
    Shiite
    Leads
    Iran’s
    Mullahs

    
    

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  38. 73
    Gordon Brown says:

    It is the last time I eat fudge

    It has ruined wednesday evenings spaghetto bolegnaso

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  39. 81
    The PRick Posing as PM says:

    I say you Jolly Chaps!!! My chum Joules says that I’ll be dashed lucky if I have a Party by 2015, – leaves me frightfully flummoxed! – I have Parties all the time! What?

    And all this jolly wind – terribly good for the old money mills – what? Bumpy landings at Heathrow though! What??

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  40. 83
    Jack Straw says:

    I can’t sleep at night

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    • 91
      nellnewman says:

      You need to ask bliar what he’s taking to sleep as he manages well enough despite his crimes!!

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    • 110
      WVM says:

      Try drinking fresh babies blood wile shouting your hail Marys, works for Blair.

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    • 128
      not a machine reloaded says:

      I likes the one where Tony asked him to oppose/challenge Brown ….. mmm whiffs to me of trying to pin it all one man , they all agreed to his budgets …. Still we shall all remember that moment when it was annouced Brown would be unapposed to become leader , should go in history record with clause IV

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  41. 85

    Nick Clegg wants to control our pensions now. What is left of them after Brown defecated them on our behalf.

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    • 89
      nellnewman says:

      Pensions gone and lads sent to bliars wars. What’s left??!!

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    • 102
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Do excuse me SC – but what matters ‘now’ in this present day (not hundreds of years ago) is that Robert Maxwell opened the can ofworms to pension theft.

      The NAPF & ABI – were informed about 5 years ago many thefts – however the likes of Christine Farnish [Then head of the NAPF) ‘failed to act upon evidence brought to her attention. On the contrary she cashed in and then found herself with a big fat pay day as a non-exec of …… wait for it ….. BARCLAYS! I’m still hunting her and the chief honcho over at the ABI (at the time) down.

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      • 145

        Afraid your written style is immensely ponderous and repetitive, Blowing Whistles. It detracts hugely from the, sometimes, good points you raise.

        …what matters ‘now’ in this present day (not hundreds of years ago) repeats the original now twice. Who was speaking about hundreds of years, anyway? Bit of a straw man going on here, isn’t there?

        Also, who are you to set up as arbiter of what matters to the rest of us? Have your opinion but stop trying to lord it over everyone else here. It is so unnecessary.

        Maxwell was an out and out thief. At least politicians are elected by us before they go on to extort. So the basis of equivalence is shaky. I was not aware that anyone was approving of Maxwell apart from the dunderheads on the jury who acquitted his sons.

        Christine Farnish is just another talking head who is totally up herself. Her lips look like two worms fucking. I have made her type irrelevant to my life.

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    • 106
      Calamity Clegg says:

      SORRY – I WILL DEFINITELY KEEP THIS PROMISE TO TAKE YOUR MONEY AWAY…

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    • 134
      Tubular Balls says:

      So he’s a thief as well as a lair? I suppose it is to be expected.

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  42. 87
    Tony Blair says:

    Can we have a war with Iran please? My oil friends want another war in the region and I have to earn my $1m consultancy fee.

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    • 90
      nellnewman says:

      That’ll be the rothschilds then in their corfu paradise!!

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      • 104
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Somewhere down the line (very soon I hope) the Corporate rats who have been ‘paying off’ the bliar for his wrongdoing are going to have to – under world wide pressure from the people – see to Mr Bliar … he’s fulfilled his purpose for them – but day by day becomes such an embarrassment …

        Contract for a financial killing anyone?

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    Aunty Matter says:

    Shit storm going to hit about those lovely bushy bearded men in the north of England who pray on white girls.

    Looks like a massive cover up has been exposed.

    See the BBC now try to trash the story again.

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  44. 101
    Mad frankies older sister says:

    Two for one ….now where’s a Predator when you need one

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  45. 103
    Piss Organ says:

    Piss Organ meets religion of piss moron ?

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  46. 107
    Jus Saying says:

    Well a war with Iran would solve the jobs crisis.

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    • 137
      A rock says:

      I think the rearmament of Japan would have a bigger impact. I wouldn’t want to live in a world like that though.

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    Blowing Whistles says:

    I do hope someone is doing a word count watch on the political pygmies during circus season – who’s going to utter the immortal code word “Assssspirations” the most times at conference?

    It’s the favoured word that all the “Forked-tongued” snake types use don’t you know?

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  48. 122
    Dan Maris says:

    Has Ahmadinejad just seen a glowing light hovering over Piers’ forehead, as a portent of the divine? – could explain the expression of spiritual fulfilment on the President’s face.

    (cf his speech to the UN).

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    • 125
      not a machine reloaded says:

      he has form on publishing photos that dont tell the truth , ask Kevin Maguire and his saintly paper , takes a soldier to spot uniform errors

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      • 131
        Danny Maris says:

        As I recall the photos actually represented what happened.

        Or do you subscribe to the fairy tale that all Iraqi prisoners held by the British Army were treated with due consideration…as opposed to being beaten, or spat or urinated on, or beaten to death.

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  49. 130
    Jimmy says:

    I suspect neo Guido’s “Bomb Iran” campaign may prove very popular with our Baathist readers.

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  50. 138
    a non says:

    Greater love has no one than this, that he lay down his life for his friends.
    Clegg a Tory? Boris must be joking.

    http://tinyurl.com/94kchng

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  51. 139
    UKIP.i.am.awake says:

    Just out of interest:Why are bankers universally reviled but Catholic priests are not?

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    • 176
      The willfully blind says:

      You would think that an organisation which was responsible for child abuse on an industrial scale and then the biggest cover up in history would be finished once that came to light . You would think that wouldn’t you.

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      • 180
        Anonymous says:

        Because when sensible people start looking at the matter more seriously and note just my mate told me…. they find that the Catholic Church is NOT the most dangerous arena, there’s the home, (where children are brought up), there’s the foster homes/orphanages (where children are brought up)… while the Catholic church is only attended by about 5% of the Catholic population, making the Catholic church about 5th on the list of dangers to children.

        Not good, from a Catholic’s point of view, but the same is true for Church of England – it’s about the trust that priests have which is recognised by the homosexuals with a prediliction for youth.
        Why aren’t these peadophile priests not pointed out as being homosexuals?
        They’re men fiddling with boys!

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  52. 141
    Larry King says:

    There is never a suicide bomber when you need one

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  53. 142
    Sleepless in suburbia says:

    Funny thing – can’t see anything about UKIP’s bash but there’s lots about that guy who’s so obviously on the way out from the Limp-Dumbs – you know – Nick wostsisname. Looks like an MSM conspiracy to me.

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  54. 146
    a_mitchellen says:

    “I did not have sex with that policeman, so I cannot now understand why you regard my explanation as a blow job”

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  55. 148
    Dingo says:

    Why is Vince Cable creating a bank to lend to sub-prime businesses?

    When these sub prime businesses default on soft loans or grants it is often the HMRC and suppliers of the company who take the financial hit usually in a multiple of the original loan

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  56. 149

    Do we now get a #gategate update?

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  57. 150
    P C PLEB says:

    A vile odious twat !
    interviews an Iranian bloke

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  58. 151
    K.O.N.G. says:

    The middle class of this country now live in a variant of serfdom

    Every aspect of a middle class persons life is biased toward paying the state tax

    Many taxes such as the tax on petrol are taxes on already taxed income

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  59. 153
    nellnewman says:

    I see Cameron is agonising over yet another breakfast as to whether he should sack andrew mitchell or try and ignore the furore. Poor weak cameron.

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  60. 155

    A £2-a-month levy on broadband could save our newspapers Grauniad – who else could it be?

    Elicited this wonderful response:

    A £2-a-month levy on automobiles could save our horse and cart business :-)

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  61. 164

    Rich and Mark are furiously trying to draw a pleb – even as we post.

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  62. 165
    nellnewman says:

    Has anybody noticed that strange ornament on the sideboard in that photo?

    What is it hand grenades or camel dung?

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  63. 168
    P C PLEB says:

    Can you please hurry up and put Skid@Mark rather unfunny and badly drawn picture of Andrew Mitchell up
    So we can tell you just how much it looks like John Major ?

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  64. 179
    There's no mullah like an old mullah says:

    I suppose both these donkeys need to up their poll ratings. Moron is falling back in the popularity stakes at CNN and mistakenly thinks this interview will fire up his ‘popularity’, only a person of his ego and arrogance could think so. As for the Iranian, he’ll probably get fired up along with the rest of them, when the Israelis get around to a flying visit.

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