September 25th, 2012

He’s Still Jonah Brown

As we predicted beforehand, the Jonah effect wiped over 100 points off the value of the Dow and saw the NASDAQ experience its worst day since June. If you watch the video closely you’ll see that he even screwed up “ringing the bell” to open Wall Street.

He’s still the accursed one-eyed son of the manse…


97 Comments

  1. 1
    we're going to hell in a hand cart says:

    Nice to know that nothing changes.

    • 9
      Arthur Faust Esq says:

      Not if Gordon gets there first…..it’ll freeze over

      • 22
        Gordon Brown says:

        It’s all America’s fault.

      • 28
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Mother Nature – may well will deliver her judgment [Re-Freezing] this winter – to all the global mongrels and climate change nutters.

        3 or even 7 years of drought is not an uncommon thing. Save the crap by those who scream about it being the end of the world.

    • 12
      rocknrolla says:

      I would feel sorry for the guy if he had this reverse midas touch in private life but given the destruction he caused with New Labour I have no sympathy for the deluded moron.

      Where is the video of him fucking this up? I can’t see a link…

    • 33
      The curse that is Gordon lives on says:

      Yep everyone predicted this would be a positive day for the Dow.

      Jonah Brown rules OK.

      Parents the world over avoid his schools unless you want your kids to be dullshits.

      • 48
        Filthy Rich Capitalist says:

        Having shorted with the Proshares triple short S&P 500 on the information earlier provided by Guido, I am now well in profit. I have been looking for a short entry point for some time and this was it, just as Jonah Brown’s sale of our gold was spot on for the bottom of a 21 year bear market in gold. Brown is the best contraindicator around!

  2. 2
    Campanologist says:

    I hope his head was in it.

  3. 3
    Jimmy says:

    Your graph shows the market rising when he was there and tanking after he left.

    Another Guido fail.

    • 6
      Anonymous says:

      Perhaps he should have stayed there then Jimmy, there used to not seeing him at the HoC.

    • 8
      BBC Liberation Front says:

      We completely agree with everything Jimmy Krankey says…..

    • 10
      Raving Loon says:

      Overreaction followed by a market correction.

    • 11

      No it shows it falling from the open, rising valiantly after he left the building but still unable to shake off the curse by the end of the day.

      You should have gone to Specsavers Jimmy.

      • 21
        Jimmy says:

        You obviously use the same graph designer as LibDem focus leaflets. Clearly the longer he was away, the lower the line went. Rather like UK growth figures.

        • 25
          jgm2 says:

          ‘Growth’ hahahahaha. 180bn quid of borrowed ‘growth’ in his final imbecile year.

          12% of GDP borrowed to generate 0.1% of ‘growth’.

          ‘Growth’. Ahahahahaha.

          You’re funny.

          • Anonymous says:

            Jimmy likes to think he’s funny, so please don’t encourage the twat.

          • jgm2 says:

            Oh come on. ‘Growth’. 180bn quid of borrowed money to buy 0.1% of ‘growth’. It’s fucking hilarious. Accidentally hilarious no doubt but hilarious all the same.

          • Gordon the Mediacted says:

            Cam anyone else hear a buzzing?

          • 13eastie says:

            Borrowing = desperately bribing potential voters with their own children’s money.

            Still waiting to hear Brown’s reconciliation of this “benevolence” with his claimed child-poverty hobby-horse.

          • I hate Parliament so much it hurts says:

            That £180bn could have been worse – imagine if Brown hadn’t increased income tax from 10% to 20% for the lowest-paid workers, in his last budget. Jeeze, he’d have had to borrow even more to secure that 1% growth. Not a lot more (because it was obviously the very poorest workers who saw their income tax doubled by Brown), but more all the same.

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            “Hockey stick” graph anyone?

        • 38
          Joe says:

          With comments like that, no wonder the country was fucked after 13 years of New Labour.

  4. 4
    Thick as a Planck says:

    where’s the vid?

  5. 13
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    “And the Closing Bell was ringing
    As it made its mournful sound–
    T’was a losing day on Wall Street,
    Caused by Little Gordie Brown…

    And the buyers and the sellers
    Prayed for guidance from above…”

    • 19
      Tachybaptus says:

      And a note came down from heaven
      Carried by a helpful dove:

      ‘If you want to save your money
      From the index crashing down,
      Keep the Jonah out of Wall Sreet,
      Keep well clear of Gordie Brown.’

      • 40
        The wizz says:

        Brilliant; who say’s Britain hasn’t got Talent. Well done you guys, you should get together every time an event like this is available. Keep up the laughs.

    • 46
      annette curton says:

      What’s Brown and sounds like Three Bells?,
      Dung!
      Dung!
      Dung!

    • 51
      Baldy says:

      …And the buyers and the sellers
      Prayed for guidance from above…”

      ..Having guns and ammunition
      could aim to fix this Brown position
      with a joyous Muzzle-tov.

  6. 14
    nellnewman says:

    I just feel sorry for their boys. They should have parents there to take them to school, read them stories at bedtime and encourage and join them at cubs, or karate, or other clubs and things.

    Instead of which their parents spend their lives pointlessly jetting round the world doing nothing worthwhile and the children are left to paid help.

    Sad! Really sad!! ++Shakes head in despair++

    • 27
      Socialism is a severe mental illness says:

      ‘Cubs’ is obviously a militaristic hangover from the days of British Empire (*spit*) and ‘Karate’, although obviously effnic in origin and good for that, encourages competitiveness (*spit*) and – dare I say it – violence.

      Nothing but the best group-hugs and equality+diversity learning experiences for the little Browns.

    • 31
  7. 15
    Gordon Brown says:

    I am headbutting pineapples and coconuts this weekend with the object of reducing the number of lorry journeys per year

  8. 16
    stroppycow says:

    I can’t enable the video G’weed o, was looking forward to ‘avin a larf. (At Gord’s expense – of course.)

  9. 17
    grobdj says:

    A start tit in America

  10. 18
    peepo says:

    Dickhead Clegg wants to hammer the 280000 millionaires in the uk

    Say he does them for 10K each which he won’t, that equals 2 800 000 000

    Interest on the UK debt alone is 44 000 000 000

    Get your finger out of your arse Glegger

    • 20
      jgm2 says:

      It’s worse than that. If he took a million off each of ‘em he’d still only get 280bn quid which would cover the next two years deficit. And leave about 95% of ‘em with fuck all. Since, while they might have a million quid, a lot of ‘em won’t have two million or anything like it.

      What are they going to do for money in two years time? Remember – now you’ve only got about 14,000 people to plunder.

      How are they actually going to pay off the national debt?

      Looting the rich might superficially sound like a quick ‘win’. But it won’t actually work. Even the ‘rich’ ain’t got enough money.

      • 23
        nellnewman says:

        I suspect this is a vincecable -’I’m the next chancellor in 2015′ plan!!

        You’d really want to trust them wouldn’t you??!!

      • 24
        UKIP.i.am.awake says:

        Everyone knows that taxing the rich even more will increase the national debt and result ion lower growth, as they will either fuck off abroad, employ more tax dodging accountants or will simply not bother risking their cash in new business and new jobs.

        But Labour and the Lib-dems do not care. They just want to look good in front of thick plebs.

        • 93
          Thicko Liebor and Limp Dims - wave the red flag says:

          Who cares what happens to the country – we will push populist ideas to get back into power.

      • 26
        Synic says:

        Presumably Clegg realises how many public sector pensioners will be included, or is he going to ignore the value of their gold plated inflation proofed pension pots?

      • 29
        I hate Parliament so much it hurts says:

        “What are they going to do for money in two years time?”

        Clegg has probably conflated deficit and debt. Again.

      • 36

        A tax on wealth destroys wealth. Even land wealth, Cable.

        If that wasn’t true why are farmers exempt from inheritance tax?
        Shouldn’t a farmer pay 40% on the thousands of acres they hand down to their own family? Millions and millions of pounds handed over tax free?

        That can’t be right can it? Why can’t those greedy farmers sell off a few hundred acres every time granny dies? Pay their way like the rest of us, eh?

        Oh..I’ve just remembered. Its because within 20 years there wouldn’t be a working farm in the country.
        Cable you thick pratt.

        • 55
          jgm2 says:

          Yep. It’s so obvious it hurts.

          If you tax ‘mansions’ then ‘mansions’ will suddenly lose (some of) their value. Suddenly your home becomes (more of) a liability.

          A small number of people will be forced to sell their homes because they cannot afford the tax. This, albeit relatively small number of forced sales, will force down the pr*ice of houses. Which at one level is a good thing because it will, via the knock-on effect, make property more affordable across the board. But it is directly at odds with every other government initiative which is aimed at keeping a floor under the pr*ice of property at all costs.

          And I presume that the 99% of government energy devoted to keeping a floor under property pr*ices is because nothing pisses the voters off more than the realisation that they’ve paid too much for their homes and they’re in hock up to their eyeballs to the banks. You know. The wicked banks who, only five years ago were handing out cash to any muppet with a pulse.

          Now the muppets all want protecting from their decisions.

          It’s fucked.

          There is no easy way to raise money. Even if you do raise a windfall tax of 50% of assets on the rich it <i.still won’t solve the underlying problem which is taht the government is spending more than it is ‘earning’. If demanding money by threat of kidnapping or physical violence if you resist kidnapping can be said to be ‘earning’.

          The only long-term solution is to cut spending. Cut. And cut hard.

          Get it over with.

          • Left fucktard says:

            Cut spending?

            But what about all those lovely jobs for all the “god’s little mistakes” that seem to accrue in local authority offices? Those jobs are lovely – it keeps them busy shuffling paper about between the myriad pseudo-made-up departments and keeps the taxpayer entertained with lots of lovely bureaucracy to deal with.

            What about them jgm2?

            WHAT ABOUT THEM? WHAT ARE THEY GOING TO DO OTHERWISE?

            I’M GOING TO ASK YOU AGGRESSIVELY AS IF IT IS YOUR FUCKING RESPONSIBILITY FOR SOME NEBULOUS REASON.

      • 90
        Mike Hunt says:

        But it plays well to the thickos who have no comprehension of the mess we are in and why.

        Note also that the wierdy-beardies are ‘committed to the coalition’, despite rubbishing their partners at every opportunity.

    • 41
      albacore says:

      It’s funny no Parliamentary arsehole
      Has yet hit on the wheeze of a begging bowl
      They keep telling us they’ve enriched the nation
      So they know who to ask for our salvation

  11. 30
    Blowing Whistles says:

    If the MET police and CPS want to drag themselves out of the mire – best instigate proceedings against Tony Blair and all of his cohorts – for abuse of office – the Fraud Act 2006 and preceeding Acts of law. The “Proceeds of Crime act” is also relevant. e.g. benefitting “financially” to others’ detriment ….

    • 34
      Ad Vice says:

      Grow up. Infantile posts like that go nowhere. Best you visit socialist worker or marxist times.

      • 42
        Criminal lawyers 4u says:

        I dunno. BW has a point. Blair sold peerages to fund his party. He used offices of state to enrich the finances of his political organisation.

        Makes Nixon look like an amateur.

      • 53
        Blowing Whistles says:

        To Ad Vice – Your initial 3 words – “Grow up. Infantile” – show you up as the ‘reactionary’ tin foil hat wearing sub-intelligent bigot. Thanks for your OTT “Reaction” – I must be pointing in the right direction then.

    • 39
      I hate Parliament so much it hurts says:

      And what about investigating the f*cking evil Ponzi Scheme known as “National Insurance”?

  12. 37
    Cleggster World says:

    What is Clegg smoking? I very much doubt Alan Sugar has even thought about getting a bus pass. What a pretentious twat.

    • 49
      annette curton says:

      Just missed out on mine coz they changed the goalposts again (age eligibility), and my winter fuel allowance as well… Bastards!.

      • 56
        jgm2 says:

        That’s the sound of the ladder being pulled up by the Maximum Imbecile and his baby-boomer Labour government.

        ‘Yeah, we got free education, a job for life, a good final salary pension scheme with the option to retire at 50. And your grandchildren will be paying for it. Sorry about the deficit, sorry there’s no money left, must go and educate the children of the world through the medium of bell-ringing and after-dinner speeches.’

        • 59
          annette curton says:

          I see Gordon has got himself a ‘job’ as chief Global education advisor for the UN.
          Lol, still the same old fixation, Mc Donalds Kirkcaldy branch could have done that to keep him happy, today’s special… Gordons Global beef burger with a Mc Flurry.

          • Alan Johnson burger flipper says:

            Machines broke again..sorry. Fancy a Mc Mental instead?

          • annette curton says:

            At Mc Mental ?, drive in for a £300 billion quid takeaway.

          • Disunited Nations says:

            We are out to “fix the world” which is why we employed Gordon Brown as an education embassador (on expenses) to the developing world.
            We did battle to get proper references but eventually 3 ex-Labour ministers vouched for him.

  13. 50
    Mad, Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin ( Member in absentia ) says:

    It started in America.

    • 54
      annette curton says:

      The Caped Cod Crusader.

    • 60
      Gordon's Psychiatrist, With Some Well-Considered Advice, says:

      Why don’t you end yourself in America? I’m sure that, as an ex-Head of Government and possessing a diplomatic passport now, you wouldn’t have any problem passing a background check for a .44 Magnum, the most powerful gun in the world, which will blow your head clean off. No sense taking any half-measures. Just don’t kill the wife and kids. Leave them out of it. I’m sure that in time, they may come to understand why Daddy had to top himself for the good of humanity, and may even consider you a saint of sorts. C’mon, Gordon– give it the old college try! We know you can do it! There’s a good fellow!

  14. 58
    Twatter Watch says:
  15. 62
    Well said that Man says:
  16. 64
    Moby dick says:

    Start of bear mkt—Gordon was the signal

  17. 69
    You tell the yellow fucker Sir Al says:
  18. 73
    not a machine reloaded says:

    Obama beach

    PM looked him in the eye, and accepted his occular version of the facts , any chance of a polygraph just to be sure ….
    too late PM has spoken ….

    Nicks speech is leaked and found to be similar , to a mans decision on wether to wear yesterdays underpants , quick sniff , mmmm I think they will go another 2 yrs without anyone noticing . The party of fairness , still lets wait and see . Seemed abit techy about leaks which is odd as they briefed it.

  19. 78
    socialism is a mental illness says:

    Er…. shouldn’t Brown be in Westminster, representing his constituents?

    • 81
      The public says:

      No. He should be in the dock being investigated for expenses fiddling like all the rest of the reprobates in Parliament.

  20. 85
    UKIP.i.am.awake says:

    Just imagine if Brown had blamed the global crisis on a Muslim country and then he went to that country what reception he would get.

    And morons say America is the evil country.

  21. 87
    Hang The Bastards says:

    Oi Guido why can’t I pst

  22. 97
    Gordon Brown ate my pension says:

    Costa Dorada holidays from £277pp,sounds cheap to me
    will I have to mix with plebs ?


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