October 14th, 2012

See Guido’s Column in the Daily Star Sunday


319 Comments

  1. 1
    avid reader says:

    My column inch is throbbing.

    • 2
      Haribo Halfwit says:

      My noodle too.

    • 8
      Guido was a Libertarian, once. says:

      I say Guido old bean. You are being very harsh in deleting B1lly’s post complaining that the Star used to be 50p when you became their cutting edge political commentator and is now 90p, but is free on line in the morrow.

    • 134
      Kate Garraway. says:

      Hello Derek is that you?

  2. 3
    New News of the World says:

    Bloody hell and it was overpriced at 50p.

    There’s obviously a hole to be filled with a new NOTW,. Surprisingly the Sunday Sun has not attempted to, praps they are waiting for Brian to report and Dave to decide first.

  3. 4

    I am beyond corruption. it was quite good when I was there though…

    • 135
      Ultra says:

      After admitting she knew about saville but was part of the cover up – how did they let a monster like rantzen set up childline? An organisation that actively attempts to contact abused children ? And how many went on to be abused by BBC pedophiles ?

  4. 6
    MPs ignore underage sex. says:

    The albino from the Sun who reviewed the Sundays on Sky News last night said that he had looked at Twitter trends and found it strange that MPs were not at all interested in the Savile story

  5. 10
    fuck off says:

    Leave me out of this rancid halitosis-suffering bunch of irrelevant has-beens nightmare.

  6. 11
    Aunty Matter says:

    Cocaine in the toilets? Hardly a shock with journalists from the BBC and Guardian there is it?

  7. 12
    Gordon says:

    Come on Andy.

  8. 16
    Spot says:

    This country has been absolutly fucked by the bunch of useless politicians of all persuasions over the last 2 decades , so what is the practical benefit of reading about in in a 90p second rate rag paper.

    That feels better!

    • 22
      sekwaf odiug says:

      I don’t buy it and will probably never will, not even for the tit & bum, not bothered about the footy anyway. The present politicos cannot attempt to do the usual tory methodb for controlling evertyhing, raising interest rates, because that would throw their plans to lower the expenditure gap.

    • 86
      Anonymous says:

      You mean ’3 decades’.

      However, you are correct to say there is no point in buying the shit.

  9. 17
    sekwaf odiug says:

    Coke in the same premises as the Tory Conferference well I never, who would have thought it, do you think inspector Knacker was called in, after all certain coppers have been called blebs and other things, never mind they can get DNA from any body fluids even though they have dried, it is the loads of money party, the little people would not be there, the Cons have got to stop them from getting these drugs so that there is more for themselves. Mod that Botty

  10. 18
    MRS BERCOW, MRS BERCOW, GET YOUR BAPS OUT FOR THE LADS! says:

    Was John Bercow there?

  11. 23
    UKIP.i.am.awake says:

    Has anybody seen the latest TV poll for Scottish Independence?
    For 28%
    Against 53%
    Undecided 19%.

    What a waste of money this referendum is going to be, as was the AV referendum. Who will be paying for the Scots to have this vote?

    • 28
      Andy Murray's Mum says:

      Come on Poland!

      • 74
        Wilkies says:

        Come on Poundland!

      • 318
        Bigots can't handle the truth says:

        Hey are you the mum to THE Andy Murray who is the Olympic and US Open Tennis champion ? That One ? You know the one whom the thick as pig shit bigots on here believed won the Olympic Gold medal because Federer ” Lay down”. to let him win, LOL, stupid fuckwits actually believed this rather than face the truth.

    • 29
      Roscoe Rules says:

      They’ll need to raise the voting age to about 200 years old and dig up a few Jacobite’s.

    • 57
      Gawd Help Us says:

      I wonder what a poll result south of Hadrian’s Wall would be?

      • 235
        WTF do they teach the inglish in school these days ! says:

        Why are you ignoring most of Northumbria you geographical illiterate ?

  12. 26
    Al Gore (The 'orrible truth) says:

    If global temperatures don’t rise soon bringing death and mayhem as I predicted we should be worried…I mean pleased…er.

  13. 31
    qq says:

    Nick Robinson – Churchill complained that he had been very badly treated… and that he was always muzzled by the BBC”. The producer was called Guy Burgess. The man who would become his country’s most famous traitor tried to reassure the man who would become its saviour that the BBC was not biased.

    • 34
      Nick Robinson Confucius says:

      Never trust man whose eye’s are like piss holes in snow

    • 36
      Gay Burgess says:

      I was only obeying orders……from Uncle Joe.

      • 44

        No homo santorum he.

      • 213
        Anonymous says:

        Burgess was obeying orders. Anthony Blunt was close to the Monarch so got away with it for longer. Jimmy Savile was something else. Truth can run but not hide.

        • 307
          sekwaf odiug says:

          that is why certain papers are not reveled for 100 years, and others 30 years so that the naughty bits are not exposed to the public until those resposible are long dead

    • 40
      Aunty Matter says:

      Nick Robinson a man who the word ‘Twat’ was deigned for.

      • 58
        Spode says:

        According to a piece of his in the Telegrope he was inspired to join the BBC by his best friend’s pater, said pater being none other than Brian “Somewhat-to-the-Left-of-Lenin” Redhead.

        Nuff sed, etc.

    • 46
      Tay King-dePisse says:

      And then they’ll wonder why you have a hard time with it when they hand you that “Didn’t-know-shit-about-Jimmy” nonsense; Mandy R!ce-Davies’s “Well, [they] WOULD, wouldn’t [they]?” applies, both as to what they’re saying (of course they would say that) and what they knew all along (of course they would have known). BBC have form when it comes to opacity, don’t they? “How dare you ask us what we’re doing with YOUR money, you mugs!” And when a reply to your complaint arrives, it usually takes the form of “We think we get it right just about every time”; and, if they thought they could get away with it, they’d sent back a photocopy of your complaint, complete with instructions on how to fold it and where to insert it.

      • 64
        Blowing Whistles says:

        And who was the Blue Peter presenter – outed as a cocaine user/abuser who now front’s up at Radio5?

        I wonder how deep the MET/Scotland Yard looked into his supply lines [Pun intended] or Mr Babyshambles’ … or could their sources have been by the same gang who murdered Daniel Morgan with an axe in his head – to silence exposure of their elitist supply operation?

  14. 39
    Aunty Matter says:

    The BBC were proudly announcing that Red Ed will be attending yet another Union organised demonstration against the cuts (did I miss something or didn’t Liebore also promise to make cuts?) next week.

    Female beeboid asked Union leader what was needed to fix the economy..would you believe they said more spending and more public sector bloat? Of course female beeboid never asked where the money would come from. So that’s OK then.

    • 118
      genghiz the kahn says:

      When Red Ed was calling for investigations into Savile and the BBC, he became a non person for the day. perhaps he has been reprogrammed.

  15. 43
    Tram Lines says:

    How about Len Fairclough?

  16. 45
    Tram Lines says:

    Why didn’t the Unions stop Jimmy Savile?

    • 83
      Unbiased BBC says:

      It wasn’t the job of the unions to stop Savile. It was the job of the Daily Mail to stop him.

      • 186
        Anonymous says:

        Just like the crash of ’08, it was everyone and no.one’s fault. Pre ’08, force ruled the waves.

  17. 47
    annette curton says:

    It’s official, figures released by the Met office (and hidden away out of sight) show that there has been no aggregate increase in global temperatures for the last 16 YEARS. Think about that when you get your next utility bill, paying for the latest Global ponzi scheme.

  18. 52
    Aunty Matter says:

    I still cannot work out why plod isn’t down at BBC TV centre looking through their archives. First the BBC told us that they had no record of any sex abuse claims or evidence that management were aware.

    Yet today we find out that Savile WAS spoken to formally about his allegations of kiddie fiddling.

    The BBC keep digging an ever deeper hole or lies and distortions to protect themselves and yet plod does nothing and other than the odd Tory MP and Minister the Liebore party have stayed silent, totally silent on this.

    Something to hide socialists?

    • 56
      annette curton says:

      The BBC are socialist shills, I used to listen to Radio Moscow propaganda many years ago for a laugh, BBC are even more shameless 50 years on.

      • 67
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Reminds me of listening to Amanda Platell V Charlie Wheelan on R5 live sunday progs some years ago – they were both lying through their teeth. As for the presenters … thick as 5hits.

        What’s Wheelan up to these days – where’s he spinning from?

    • 61
      Spode says:

      Aunty, it’s simply that they cannot find Wood Green.

      • 161
        Aunty Matter says:

        I’ll tell plod that there are some Christians handing out anti gay material, plod will soon find it

    • 311
      Archie says:

      Even the Telegraph closed comments on the Saville affair ages ago.

  19. 60
    Thatcher says:

    Sir Jimmy came round to Chequers every chrimbo when I was PM. Toot toot!

    • 70
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Makes one wonder if old Scratcher met Jimmy and if they ever hatched some business deals? umm…

    • 71
      Kenny the Clarke says:

      I think it’ll be a brilliant idea to give a noncing celeb DJ the free run of Broadmoor.

      • 87
        Blowing Whistles says:

        I wish the lunatics were running the asylums – unfortunately they appear to be running this country.

        • 122
          Anonymous says:

          they were not running the asylum….more like our lives in the kindergarten known as our world. No worries….

          teenage years commeth, let’s approach Rio, Brazil 2016 with Korean Gangnam joy.

      • 94
        He was well known............ says:

        Now…..THAT is the real story along with giving him keys to Stoke Mandeville wards..the “froth” about his activities on TOTP and Jim y’ll Fix it !” whilst abhorrent and for which the BBC will have to answer if they were complicit it’s the fact that two institutions allowed ANYBODY to have sets of keys who was not properly employed by those institutions. I don’t care if he raised fucking £100 Billion……he should NEVER have been allowed access to these institutions

    • 95
      UKIP.i.am.awake says:

      Well maybe ONE Christmas, 1976.

      Apparently accusing the HIGNFY lot of one thing demands them making a full rebuttal but they are more than happy to make up their own myths.

      So the BBC cover-up isn’t just the Daily Mail’s fault. It is also Thatcher’s. Who’d a-guessed that? And surely there must be some room to pin the blame on those nasty bankers as well.

      • 130
        Anonymous says:

        Did Savile boast about having ultimate freedom?

        link access to the world of chequers, Beeb and royalty….all used to be as untouchable as Savile.

    • 102
      Left Can't Tell the Truth says:

      Never happened. Carole Thatcher denied it years ago.

      I’m afraid you leftie filth are going to have think up a new lie to distract from your complicity in Savile’s actions.

      • 174
        The One Show says:

        Carol Tha***er does not exist. She has been excommunicated.

        EXCOMMUNICATE….EXCOMMUNICATE

      • 215
        Carol Thatcher says:

        He never came to Chequers. Ingham is lying, She never gave him a knighthood either. And that video is a fake. And my brother is a hugely talented businessman who always relied on his own talents and ability.

        Bastard BBC.

        • 218
          The Bona Bollocks Corps says:

          We had no idea that it was common knowledge that Sir Jimmy was a pedo.

        • 283
          Do you act stupid or does it come naturally says:

          That video is quite obviously of a visit to the Houses of Parliament not Chequers. After all, it’s unlikely she’d be at Chequers in 1976, isn’t it?

          It’s also pretty obvious in the video that it is not a private visit – it’s a bunch of kids being filmed for TV whilst touring Parliament. He probably wasn’t the best chaperone but that’s kind of the nub of the problem – the BBC did think it was okay to put him with children even though the knew his proclivities.

    • 252
      BBC Disinfotainment Schedule says:

      Whew! That’s us absolved!

    • 319
      Jayson Blair says:

      Shows how out of touch Thatcher was inviting him rather than the extremely talented Ben Elton!

  20. 62
    Gordon Brown says:

    Nurse said she would teach me a nice healthy hobby like bean flicking during the long winter nights. I’ve already stocked up on 3 tins of Tescos own brand and half a brick.

  21. 63
    Boris Johnson says:

    Jimmy Savile’s last request was for his ashes to be embedded into an Etch- a- sketch so that kids could continue to fiddle with his nob.

  22. 66
    Gordon Brown says:

    I am not sure whether I should use a finger of fudge or a blood orange?

  23. 68
    Tom Watson says:

    Am I the only person who wasn’t sexually assaulted by Jimmy Saville?

  24. 72
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Next week – Gary McKinnon will learn of his fate [Tues] and whether or not – he will be extradited to the USA?

    This is going to be a pivotal moment – as in will a British Citizen be [yet again] sacrificed to SAVE FACE for a multitude of erring political & legal jerks?

    • 75
      The long Arm of the Law. says:

      Bollocks. The law’s the law and it so happens that the law has an extradition treaty with the USA. This has dragged on for far too long and like the Huhne this man should clear his name in open court.

      • 84
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Bollox to you Sir; because Bliar and Straw managed (How did they do that?) to NOT GET a “recipricol” extradition arrangement with the USA …

        And they were the “Brains of Britain” …. oh please.

      • 93
        The law is an ass says:

        Hardly a crime looking for UFO records is it ? The USA was embarrassed by the ease that McKinnon hacked into their supposedly secure computer network, But this isn’t about extradition…it’s about the fact that the USA wants to make an example .The UK could have said bollocks to the yanks and tried McKinnon under UK Law(and they still could).

        They should have been employing him not hounding someone who has autism

        • 121
          Dangle Mangle Ted says:

          Autism my arse. He only developed Autism after being caught trashing defence computers. If you can’t do the time don’t do the crime.

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Autism or not – it don’t matter. Thank F.. he did expose their useless computers. How effing embarrassing is that for the Worlds so called hard man?

            Gary has done everyone a favour and deserves the backing from every fucking low-life MP that currently fezzes up in the House of clowns BY VIRTUE OF stating that they are there ‘To look after the interests of “THEIR CONSTITUENTS”‘.

          • Roy Bean says:

            You miss the point whistle blower. The law is the law. No man should be exempt or there would be no point in having laws.

            A US court is more than capable of applying the law in a just way.

          • Fish says:

            That reminds me, did Ernest Saunder’s dementia ever return? A medical miracle if ever there was one!

          • Ernest. says:

            I can’t remember Fish. Dementia like autism are the new get out of jail card, difficult to disprove and no lasting side effects once case dismissed.

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            To Roy Bean – “The law is the law. No man should be exempt …”

            There are laws in place – “however” Roy me old son – those who should be ‘applying them laws across the board’ (no man should be exempt) ain’t quite doing their job.

            Ref One rule for them Versus one rule for old joe public – Let’s be aving you Mr Blair, Mr Huhne, Mr Scratcher, Mr Fred the Shred and 8 ex-south wales coppers [Lynette white Murder cover up] to mention just 8 ex coppers and not all of those involved at Hillsborough!!!

            You are Roy of the Rovers Inn and I hate Michelle Collins.

          • All men are equal says:

            Whistler. You never defended the hooked one for claiming brain failure. The law has to be applied fairly and both are accused of attacking the US and both should have their day in court.

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            to Amae – you need to read up on guido over the past week sonny jim. there is a gulf of difference between Gary K and that Fuck Hook. If you do not recognise any difference then fuck off – your kind of intelligence ain’t required here.

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Gary McKinnon / Gary M – apologies to the SP diversity inspectorate. I was angry at the nonces (Amae) “Ignorance of the law”.

          • Archie says:

            Got absolutely no sympathy for MacKinnon, he should have known that the Yanks would be mega-pissed (Didn’t he leave some snottty message on their computers, too?)……….BUT, that so-called extradition “treaty” is a complete fucking joke! Typical half-baked Blair scheme! Think devolution, Lords “reform”, de-commissioning Brittania, EU rebate, etc, etc. Give us the IRA suspects and we’ll give you MacKinnon.

  25. 73
    Democracy at last for Bell's constituents says:
    • 125
      Gay Paree says:

      Cheer up Chuka. You’re not as sad as Euro tunnel shareholders.

    • 158
      Bullshit Alarm says:

      To be Frank Chuk, I do not believe you. I think your Tweet is vacuous and you are no sadder today than you were yesterday.

      Did you feel obliged to Tweet because he was a Labour MP? Albeit a troughing out for what he could get without actually doing the job he was paid to do plus extraordinary expenses.

      You Chuka are a lying hypocrite.

      • 204
        P l e b says:

        The Commons opens for business again tomorrow. Can someone go along and superglue all the locks up. Or better still superglue their gobs shut.
        Would do it myself but I live in North Wales

        • 214
          Blowing Whistles says:

          Perhaps one day the Plod and CPS will realise that all them MP sorts have actually been using the Plod & CPS as their underlings – but hey ho where lies Intelligent policing?

    • 232
      Stuff U Chuka says:
      • 290
        Raving Loon says:

        Fair play on the comment about Bell, but Helen Hiwater’s picture is a bit much.

        • 314
          Archie says:

          Don’t like marmalade? Politically correct wanker. Fuck off to the Guardian, they love your sort.

  26. 79
    Jim Fixed it for Gary says:

  27. 92
    KINGKINGKONG says:

    Derek Chinnery, Radio 1 controller from 1976-85, said he asked the entertainer about “these rumours we hear”.

    “And he said that’s all nonsense,” Mr Chinnery told BBC Radio 4′s Broadcasting House, adding “there was no reason to disbelieve” the late DJ.

    hmmmmm…………. I assume then that Derek Chinnery takes responsibility for Jimmy’s subsequent behavoir

    Chinner obviously felt confident in his own assessment of the situation

    • 131
      Anonymous says:

      there is.was no reason to disbelieve Savile.

      There was no reason to believe that those WMDs were all air and no substance. when it comes to reason, we have been unreasonable.

  28. 96
    Spot says:

    People beware

    All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent. ~ Thomas Jefferson

    • 99
      UKIP.i.am.awake says:

      Where’s Silent Bob. It’s all his fault.

    • 100
      annette curton says:

      Tyranny rules because people of bad conscience are allowed to get away with it.
      ~annette.

    • 112

      Our current government could do a lot worse than reflect deeply upon those words of Jefferson and then think about the disabled people being spat on in the street or the decency of those who cant find a job and so on. Society is about living togetehr peacefully with mutal respect not about marginalising minorities in a bid to chase money.

      As Europe works through civil unrest the seeds of darkness that have (hopefully innocently) been sown are terribly sad. History could easily record our current government in the UK and those in Europe as ones that enabled darkness to gain a grip again.

      My only hope is that it has hapened unintentionally by people who mean well and it is not a thought out strategic plan. Either way though the darkness is flowing, when our government talks about inspiring. Mind you it also talks about helping people by declaring them fit for work if they can press a button once (see Panorama and Dspatches for evidince) so who knows.

      Any decent MPs who read this, please reflect on how you might mean well but are making some huge mistakes that are fracturing the social fabric of this wonderful nation of ours in your chasing money.

      Will someone please turn on the lightswitch!

      • 238
        Anonymous says:

        Yeah, we’ve all seen the poor and wheelchair bound dressed in rags begging in the streets and being spat on by yobs haven’t we? Jeez, what fucking planet do you live on nutjob?

    • 127
      Sally Hemings says:

      All slavery needs to exist is that the marse take a “shine” to the coloured servant girl (who was also his sister-in-law, come to that).
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sally_Hemings

  29. 97
    UKIP.i.am.awake says:

    BBC man investigating Jimmy’s habits: “Now then, Jimmy did you ever bother with young children?”
    Jimmy: “No.”
    BBC man “That’s good enough for me.”

    • 108
      genghiz the kahn says:

      in a new development into the scandal of maltreatment at the Berlin Special Internment Camp, Herr Himmler has appointed a retired naval officer Rudolf Heydrich to conduct an urgent investigation.

  30. 98
    nellnewman says:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2217286/Global-warming-stopped-16-years-ago-reveals-Met-Office-report-quietly-released–chart-prove-it.html

    I see the met office has snuck out this research that shows there has been no global warming for 16 years. Presumably they were hoping nobody would notice!

  31. 109
    Calamity Clegg says:

    Three cheers for Lord Oldshit…..

  32. 113
    Dave "Butch" Cameron says:

    My gay neighbour must be a massive Rangers fan.

    He’s always screaming and shouting “Up the R’s.”

  33. 116
    Tom Watson says:

    I’ve got a great idea for a new BBC Drama series. It’s set in a hospital, and by a quirk of fate, an evil perverted paedophile gets to take charge of the childrens ward .

    Naah, fuck that, it’s much too far fetched.

  34. 117
    Religion: The Original Sin says:

    The All Bl4cks?

  35. 120
    Jeremy Hunt says:

    Five marines charged with murder after Afghanistan ‘incident’
    FFS we are at war, the stinking muzzies wouldn’t hesitate to chop some fuckers head off.
    Get the troops out now and then turn the place to glass.

    • 137
      JH says:

      Why waste the cost of a nuke?

      Just leave the place alone* for about 1000 years, then go back and see if they have evolved to understand advanced concepts such as not believing an invisible pixie directs every aspect of your life. Destroy all the airports on the way out.

      Alternatively they may finally twig that if their God does exist, he must hate their fucking guts.

      * ‘leaving the place alone’ also entails that they don’t get to set up their malignant culture here any more. How does the Andy Pandy end music go again?

    • 237
      Aunty Matter says:

      Well I blame the soldiers. Why the fuck do they keep videoing everything they get up to?

      Some of them stick this shit on the internet and then wonder why they get arrested.

      Same with the dumb yanks who pissed on dead Taliban, I couldn’t care less if they cut their cocks off and stuck them in their mouths, but don’t film it.

  36. 128
    Religion: The Original Sin says:

    Andrew Marr claims he a libertarian, and….Marr spoke at the Cheltenham Literary Festival on 10 October 2010 about political blogging. He claimed that “[a] lot of bloggers seem to be socially inadequate, pimpled, single, slightly seedy, bald, cauliflower-nosed young men sitting in their mother’s basements and ranting. They are very angry people.”

  37. 133
    line up says:

    The charlie would have been the BBC staffers attending

  38. 146
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Has Kenneth Clarke got clean hands when it comes to what Savile was getting away with – Lobbying firms, PCS, SPC, Gr…s, G…r etc?

    • 198
      Anonymous says:

      Ken Clarke gets a mention by this once child actor: I RAN THE GAUNTLET

      • 210
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Let’s not forget Charlie Falconer and his mate.

        We’re straight ‘KINDA’ guys. KINDA??? – me thinks they were ‘avin a laugh!!!

      • 211
        The Bona Bollocks Corps says:

        “It wasn’t just the celebrities who were at it. A BBC producer, after filming one day on a television programme, took me to a party and introduced me to other BBC staff. I also met a male Guardian journalist who tried to come on to me. I am straight, and as I was a child and even though I probably thought I was cool, I was most certainly naive to the ways of adult behaviour in the industry! The producers took me back to their house in Ealing, a suburb of London, frequented by BBC staff. I was drunk, and a female BBC staff member tried to sleep with me. On another occasion I was given cocaine by famous personalities and crew with the full knowledge of the executive producers, producer and directors. They even had the coke delivered via a BBC courier to the party we were having in a BBC rehearsal room in Acton.”

        • 249
          Blowing Whistles says:

          Wouldn’t want to mention the Coke abuse at BskB Christmas parties of recent years then – oh …ughh no …It was published into the public Domain mind. “They’re all into it together”.

  39. 147
    Gordon Brown says:

    If the BBC asks, I did not have sex with that woman Sarah wotsit.

  40. 155
    'Dave' says:

    … The Global Warming Scam IS real! …. I need you to believe that! …….. I give you my word – and I think you can trust me by now …..

    • 164
      taxed to fuck says:

      Well we know the scam is all too real don’t we?

      • 173
        Dave Camoron (one-term PM) says:

        Oh, it’s not a scam! No no no! Look, the only way to save the world is for plebby little oiks such as yourselves to subsidise windmills on the large country estates of people – good people – who will endure them. People like my multimillionaire daddy-in-law, who suffers like you wouldn’t imagine, for having a windmill on his vast estate. And he gets only a pittance for it, about £1,000 per day, tax-free. Paid for by you.

        He’s saving the world, out of the goodness of his heart. So please, don’t complain about the green taxes I impose on you. Think of the huskies and the drowning whales.

        Toodle pip!

        • 188
          A Passing Pleb, Pissing against your hedge - 'Dave' says:

          Oh ‘Dave’ – we are SO greatly full of gratitudinous stuff – I prostate myself before you.

  41. 157
    Gordon Brown says:

    I have picked out random scrabble letters and they spell

    G.A.I.L.P.L.A.T.T.

  42. 159
    red light says:
  43. 160
    the 'some' of all fears, says:

    Jimmy Savile Oct 1926- Oct 2011 – 85 years old – 10 decades
    Media suggests a possible 60 victims over 6 decades? Does that mean he started when he was 13 and a few months in 1939 finishing 1989 when he was 73 or started later in the 1940s- to finish +/_ mid early 1990s still in his 70s. The potential here with the advent of Viagra etc is that Jim could well have extended this sexual marathon into yet another decade [2000] or 2 decades[2010].
    Consequently however distasteful it might appear and to support a worthwhile cause am willing to gamble 50pounds { Help for Heroes, RNLifeboat] on a guess that one or other media outlet within the next 2 weeks will appear with the suggestion that gives credence to yet another decade of guilt.

    • 162
      the 'some' of all fears, says:

      Make that 63 in 1989. Doh

    • 168
      all that glitters says:

      That makes it only one molestation a year, not good stats for a kiddy fiddler tbh.

      • 193
        all that glitters says:

        BTW, the true figure is probably nearer 600 at the rate it’s going at the moment.

        • 199
          'some' of all fears says:

          Only noticing now that Guido’s Star online gives 1959 as the first when JS was 33 and 2006 when JS was 79!!! Surely some other rubbish newspaper can find a conquest when he was in his 20s???
          Only 600? What did he do on the other 14000 days in a 40 year career.

          • all that glitters says:

            Oh OK, 6000 then.

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Perhaps he was being molested by some very senior authoritive figures during his younger days. It makes sense that he would then repeat the process.

            Who are the fork-tongued ones who preach one thing and practice another?

            “Cleaner than clean, whiter than white” – springs to mind.

          • Its probably institutional says:

            If it is true that Savile abused kids in hospital with such casual arrogance then it can only mean that he was doing this habitually and his victims number in the hundreds.

          • armchair psychotrist says:

            Many a true word BW.
            The excuse / origin for many serial abusers often stems from either an authorative figure or their own family history of child abuse originating from an incestuous family relationship. Perhaps Jung’s Introvert/ Extravert type describes him best- private secretive loner with a parallel public playboy facet, yet without the complete Jeckyll and Hyde divide. { Paranoid shizophrenia?]
            The attraction of a physically active lifestyle- miner, wrestler, athlete etc might have been the equivalent of a monk whipping himself as punishment to banish his own personal demons.
            Today being presented with the first boy entering the saga, might explain a lot. His penchant for abusing girls being his reason for countering an undesirable ‘gay’ trait, that was frowned upon by his mother.

  44. 163
    Aunty Matter says:

    I was watching Sky News and they did a piece on Entwhistle discussing Savile with Helen Boden head of BBC news.

    The reporter at Sky was commenting that it didn’t seem possible for Entwhistle to be told by Boden that Newsnight were going to run an investigation into Savile and Entwhistle never asked her what the investigation was about.

    Seems to me the BBC are not being open and honest with the people who pay their wages.

  45. 179
    John Major failed PM says:

    I shagged Edwina Curry. Is that now why the BBC respects me and phones me up asking for my opinion 24/7?

  46. 187
    Esther Rantzid says:

    I’ll be wringing my hands on your TV screens again tonight!

  47. 189
    Call me Dave says:

    I promise that I’ll promise to have a referendum after the next election.

  48. 191
    The Biased Bullshitting Corpse + Peeds R US says:

    We only do what comes naturally. In that sense, it’s organic, – and worth paying extra for, – innit?

  49. 207
    Sleazy Seventies Slebs says:

    Was Savile some sort of Rasputin figure or something, able to mesmerise people to do his bidding? Or were all the people helping him just fellow travellers, or simply being blackmailed?

    Cos to me Savile had about as much genuine charm and charisma as the game show host out of “The Running Man” ie fcuking zero.

    • 251
      Its probably institutional says:

      Savile was just another product of a corrupt and sleaze ridden entertainment industry. Dont you just get the feeling that Glitter and King are angry that they were hung out to dry by all the rest of the deviants . Why me ?

    • 253
      Brother Grigory Yefimovich Rasputin says:

      Oh, pull-eeeze. Don’t compare that lying, perverted sorry sack o’ shite to me. I was giving the old pork sword to Tsarina Alexandra Romanova. I even had influence over the Tsar himself, much as he hated being a cuckold, because the Tsarevich recovered every time I “healed” him, and the Tsar put up with me because of that and his wife’s intercession. Don’t believe any of that horseshit about Jimmy and the Princess of Wales, she was way too old for him. He was a court jester at best. Mostly he was a gatecrasher who waited for the paparazzi to show up (probably arranged for them, if the truth were known). Claimed he knew everybody and “fixed” things– ha! You find fools like that in any pub. I’ll thank you to leave my name out of any future discussions of that weasel.

    • 275
      blub says:

      I think this sums it up

      http://stuartsyvret.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/too-big-to-be-too-big-to-fail.html

      lots of little establishment and institutional cover-ups since the war gradually merging and combining over the years until you have one completely rotten establishment.

  50. 208
    The PRick Posing as PM + Vince Bellwire + Nick ‘Cross my Boundary if you dare’ Clogs says:

    Here’s how it’s going to work out folks:

    1. we warn that War will break out if €USSR crisis is not solved

    2. the sheeple believe us

    3. we start up a campaign to ‘Celebrate’ WW1

    4. we warn that War has not already broken out because of €USSR

    5. the sheeple believe us

    6. We announce IN/OUT referendum on membership of €USSR and tell people to vote IN – or WW1 will break out again.

    7. the sheeple believe us – and vote IN

    Simples!

    • 268
      not a machine reloaded says:

      Interesting analysis …

      WW1 in my history story ,was due to a complex diplomatic alliance construct , that and the maxim machine gun , I sometimes ponder if the EU isnt similar to that diplomatic construct , I mean were already at the no need for elections stage …

      This time though its not about massing military show , but little bits of paper that are IOUs and from the diplomatic point of view they are doing sod all about any of it.

      I dont think war would break out , you need to borrow money for war , still Vince and his socialist habits , borrowing yer way out of debt crisis ….

  51. 209
    blub says:

    Given that global warming stopped 16 years ago – except on the PBC obviously – maybe it would be a good idea to tell the EU to ruck off over the three coal-powered stations they want closing early so we don’t all freeze to death in three years time (apart from people in London who’ll get to relive the New York blackout riots).

  52. 212
    P l e b says:

    While we’re on the subject of dispicable conduct let’s not forget Boris Johnson’s questionable conduct with his friend Darius Guppy recorded where he is colluding with Guppy to have a journalist beaten up for allegedly getting on the wrong side of him. How long will it be before other people crawl out of the wood work to claim that Boris Johnson had a hand in having them beaten up? The press is relatively quiet now, but it won’t be should Johnson ever become Tory leader. Yet some in the Tory party have convinced themselves that Boris Johnson is the “2nd coming”!

  53. 219
    Labour Policy says:
    • 226
      Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

      Make me Chancellor and fiction will become fact.

    • 267
      not a machine reloaded says:

      Labours long established Taxation model finally breaks cover , despite being hidden at conference …. tra laaa code name GTL (gimmie the loot , you could not make it up … )

    • 291
      Raving Loon says:

      Here’s £50, now off to the cafe with you.

  54. 221
    Aunty Matter says:

    Some ex beeboid is blubbering in the press because the poor old BBC is being ganged up on about Savile and it’s not fair (boo hoo)

    This is the same BBC that day after day after day went after every Murdoch paper about phone hacking.

    Compared to what the BBC allowed Savile to do phone hacking is nothing, I repeat nothing.

    The BBC need to be totally and utterly destroyed over Savile AND the lies they keep pouring out.

    • 223
      Pudsey Bear says:

      +1

      • 259
        Anonymous says:

        Beeb tried to spread the mess and we heard about savile and schools and hospitals. At some stage anti.monarchists are going to talk about Savile and his proximity to Lady Diana when she was a difficulty for the Royal Family.

  55. 225
    Andrew Mitchell says:

    Police enqiries into the Jimmy Savile scandal have broadened to include the activities of Jeremy Beadle.

    It is believed he had a small hand in it.

  56. 228
    Aidan Burley says:

    What’s white and goes from 0-700mph in 30 seconds?

    John Terry walking through Brixton.

  57. 230
    FREDDY STARR ate my SISTER says:

    Badger cull starts tomorrow
    Shame old Jimmy saville ain’t still around for expert advice
    40 years ago he butchered dozens of young beavers

  58. 231
    Jabba the Hutt mp for Mid-Sussex says:

    I never had a hand on any of that Jimmy savilie stuff. No, my hands were both into the wide open expenses till.

  59. 239
    Jimmy says:

    Don’t worry – Butch has it all covered…

    http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/crime/vetting-barring-scheme/

    • 240
      • 243
        Anonymous says:

        The BBC should get it’s own house in fucking order before throwing stones. Savile managed to subvert their own internal vetting scheme for fucking decades.

        • 245
          Jimmy says:

          You miss the point. Butch is committed to liberating kiddyfiddlers from red tape. Sooner or later someone is going to point this out. Bizarre that righties seem to want to play politics with this.

      • 244
        The BBC Acme Inhouse Vetting Scheme says:

        Derek Chinnery; ‘What’s all this, these rumours we hear about you Jimmy’?

        Jimmy Savile;’That’s all nonsense.’

        Derek Chinnery; ‘Right answer, carry on’

        • 272
          not a machine reloaded says:

          No relation to Mr Chinnery the vet out the league of gentlemen ?

          Still think the one where Mr Chinnery aneathetises the tortoise was funny “a little more , a little more ….)

  60. 241
    Aunty Matter says:

    The BBC are going to commission a new TV series. It will involve a man who is a Tory who works for a newspaper owned by an Australian with an American passport. The evil newspaper owner covers up his Tory friends kiddie fiddling, but will be found out by a brave BBC journalist who working with the brave Guardian newspaper will out lots of evil Tories who like to abuse children. All the evil people with be Tories and the heroes will be left wing political activists.

    I’ve got no idea where the BBC would have got the idea from mind.

    • 254
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Will it be commissioned before or after some Panordrama team do their Inside Out, Upside Down thoroughly Anal investigation into Savile?

    • 257
      Tom Fatson says:

      I’m loving it.

    • 274
      blub says:

      If you take the plots from all the “Girl with a Dragon Tattoo” books and reverse the politics they’re probably true stories.

  61. 261
    Sir Jimmy says:

    Why are you all so surprised? I was a committed catholic, after all.

    • 262
      Howz about that then ladies and gentlemen?.... says:

      Has anyone sussed out how to do his annoying yodel thing in type yet? If not, why not?

    • 266
      not a machine reloaded says:

      I am trying to think if any commited athiests at the BBC can be done for anything , as other brands of abominations are/were clearly available

  62. 264
    not a machine reloaded says:

    To ask lord shotoak what (re paste of tweet comment 109) what part of the eurozones 2trn debt (and increasing) is so exceptionally imortant when discussing prosperity :) further if he is so assured he is right , in what year does he expect the eurozone debt to be 50% (still not good but sounds nice) of its current level ??

    Alec Salmond meets David Cameron to finalise independence vote question , alas its only about Scottish rush to servitude and not the EU one . I often wonder how the EU would feel if Mr Salmond took Barrosos job :)

    Drugs are no more unsafe than eating fast food …… so says group of experts ….. they should first see how ronald mcdonald works out with the kids handing out the happy meals whilst on bath salts , somehow I dont think “ime still hungry and gonna eat mum and dads face off for you” will be the sort of corporate image they want .
    So we have the image of a bit of recreational drug use image (sat in chair listening to trance not harming anyone, having uncontrolled physceldelia , portrayed as one of lifes must haves experineces , so yer all adult and stuff ) . I guess a lot of people have had a mix with drugs , you do grow out of it ,if you have any sense , but with some drugs it is not that easy , nor are we always aware of the subtle changes it causes as the brain tries to return to normal chemistry . There in lies the problem in this gem from the experts , you drink too much , you get a hangover (its actually dehydration of your brain but weve all been there where beers superior abilities for a laugh , outweigh the pain of the effect of the alcohol . Some studies have even theorised that we have a sort of genetic ability , built up over many generations and passed on , that enables us not to die when consuming alcohol , as medically even a small ammount in the blood , should be upsetting all sorts of bio chemical systems into failiure .
    The fakeness in this argument is that , we understand alcohol as a chemical in beer , wine or whatever else you find it in , that affects in an exo sense how the brain works , once rehydrated the brain recovers , on yer average understanding of a binge session (horrid word binge , I just used to call it my weekend night out) . The trouble with drugs in the understanding of mind altering powders , tablets , drops, and the much more ancient extracts of plants or amphibian licking , is it often portrayed as some sort of gateway to a higher plane of conciousness or mysticism , the fact that you probely find the mr big of the supply chain living on luxury island with his own jet , while you spend more time in poverty paying for his stuff , or poverty through losing mental capacity or relationship loss , never really comes into the mystic selling points of this business , for it is a business , it relies on customers , it takes cash and has supporting marketing promotions (smiley face t shirt , cannabis leaf hat ) . I mean do these experts who want to legalise drugs , really want an airline pilots abilities impaired through legal substances ?? or for that matter a surgeon or anyone of the millions of motorists ?? legalise drugs really ?? as they do no more harm than fast food , I dont know fast food can be very dangerous , try driving wearing a tower fillet on each eye , cant see a bloody thing …. :)
    When was the last time you heard one of these so called experts , say it takes 14 days for cannabis to fully exit the blood, or the 4 days for cocaine , or the rate of unblocking the synaptic sites , to normal brain chemistry function levels . I suppose the state wonk tanks may have reached the point where making lots of people into mental idiots with drugs , works better at the ballot box , goodness knows given some of goverments polices , you might wonder if the authors of some polices were not on drugs sometimes themselves when you see how much money the previous lot managed to piss down the drain , they talk like they are in the student big joint night , “yeah your arms may feel like 10 times gravity , but were cutting too far too fast ”
    Cheece and chong was funny when in my twenties , but then me and my colleagues survived numerous sessions with uninformed ignorance , laughing all the way to the brain harm and unmeasured impairment and addcition to that impairment .
    The lagalisation of a an addiction that has such great potential to personal harm , is about one of the most wreckless things a goverment should consider as progress . they simply can not measure its effect , improved tax revenues but more plane crashes with innocents , wow , your all such smarties in wonk world after all …..:)

    Mitchell to face senior ministers (adjusts new pleb cuflinks as they glint in sun) , mmmm how many rounds of the special whiff whaff paddle will it take before he confesses , baggsie being Torquemada , if he exits the commons walking with a reduced gate and a rubber bite guard , assume he managed to charm them .

  63. 276
    blub says:

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/4589686/Jimmy-Saviles-youngest-victim-A-scout-aged-nine.html

    “As it was happening, a man opened the door and put his head round. He just said ‘Oops’ and shut the door.”

    Saying “Oops” in that context is almost as mind-blowing as someone putting Savile in charge of Broadmoor.

  64. 277
    albacore says:

    You reckon Dave’s heart is in the right place?
    His head must be somewhere in outer space
    Now, I know on here old Plod’s just a joke
    But, for a country that Parliament’s broke
    Which do you opine’s the priority
    Minding coppers or foreign charity?

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2217634/Foreign-aid-spending-12-6billion-overtake-police-budget.html

    • 278
      It makes you proud to be British...... says:

      I am absolutely proud to be able to say that despite our difficulties that THIS country has not abandoned the poor of the World !!!! Er quite Prime Minister…now about these cuts to public services in England and Wales

      • 297
        Jabba the Hutt mp for Mid-Sussex says:

        Quite right too. I am going to lose my safe seat at the election.

        The stupid pleb’s can only see ‘cuts’ to sway the vote.

        They should open their eyes more, as I am a big fat useless embezzling greedy pleb hating Hunt.

    • 287
      crocodile tears says:

      Counting my blessings. Despite the austerity measures very very few are at the level of many children [ and adults ] in 3rd world countries . Corruption at the top there [not solely reserved for 3rd world regimes] yet one can but hope and respect Dave’s decision to attempt to help others even if their own governments don’t, , while ignoring we lucky few here.
      I sometimes wonder having been born during WWII, inadequate diet, suffering hand me down clothes, and being forced to wear rubber galoshes to protect third hand shoes I managed to turn out so normal. Maybe it was the lead toy soldiers and radiation from crystal radio sets that protects me from the antibiotic meats and genetically modified foods that now abound. Those weren’t the days to remember!
      The sun is now over the yardarm. Time for a drink to withstand Rich and Mark.

  65. 284
    Dave "Butch" Cameron says:

    What’s the difference between the children at Stoke Mandeville hospital and Jimmy Savile’s grave?

    Jimmy Savile’s grave is unmarked.

  66. 294
    Anonymous says:

    In an emergency measure following the horrific fire in Harlow where 3 children have died, the governemtn is to introduce a social cleansing policy hitherto unknown in this coun try.

    Tt is appalling enough that children have to be abused everywhere but to die in a house fire is so to speak the last straw. From tomorrow a plan to demolish every house in Britain will commence. Children are not safe in houses.

    The queen was heard to respnd ‘fuck off, you’re not knocking my houses down’ so will remain exempt – what sort of country do you think we are??? So, in a move of sincerest compassion, every house in Britain will be demolished by private gangs with their JCBs. David Cameron, back from yet another jaunt to the continent, has said he knew JCB would come through on this and is proud of their commitment – ‘if only everybody else was as commitmed to Britain’ he said.

  67. 296
    Anonymous says:

    I see Cameron has caved in again…………. this time to the Scots!

    Thank God we aren’t fighting a war right now with him at the helm!

  68. 298
    Pastor Terry Jones says:

    If you burn a Koran, a Muslim may burn your house down.

    Jokes on him – my house is full of Korans.

  69. 300
    FREDDY STARR ate my SISTER says:

    Drugs found in toilet at Tory conference
    Well what a surprise ! Dave and George have to be on something , if they think their policies will work

  70. 301
    anonymous says:

    Whilst holidaying in the south of France this weekend David Cameron was asked about the Olympic Legacy – he replied ” What Olympics?”

  71. 304
    Sir Jimmy's So-vile says:

    From what I understand, a BBC boss met with Savile in the late 70s and asked him about the rumours. Savile said “It’s all nonsense” and the boss said “Ok, thanks” and closed the matter. That’s what I call an in-depth investigation! That’s where the police are going wrong. When they interview a murder suspect, they should just say “Did you do it?” and when the suspect says “No”, they should say “Thank you, Mr Sutcliffe /Huntley /Brady, you’re free to go”.

  72. 306
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’m ready to be the presenter of the reboot of an old classic. Gordon’ll Fix It. Write to me, kids!


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“There is more sexism in Britain than in any other country in the world, according to a mad woman who has been sent here by the United Nations.

Rashida Manjoo is a part-time professor of law at Cape Town University in the totally non-sexist country of South Africa (otherwise known as Rape Capital Of The World).

Mrs Magoo has been wandering around with her notebook and is appalled by the sexist “boys’ club” culture here, apparently.

I don’t doubt we still have sexism in the UK. But is it worse than in, say, Saudi Arabia, d’you think, honey-lamb? Or about 175 other countries? Get a grip, you doolally old bat.”



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