October 15th, 2012

Awkward Savile EDM From 2011


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  1. 1
    Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

    I am proud to have signed this early day motion for Jimmy. A great man who showed me the way. Boaz.

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    Popeye says:

    Ain’t it just.

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      sekwaf odiug says:

      Of course Guido was in the illegal pop business at one time, I bet the birds were all flocking around him, all the Essex totty. I still think it a bit strange that women are coming out of the woodwork now he is dead these past 12 months some going back over 40 years, maybe be some before Guido was even born or a lot of contributors to this were born. Just think, women starting to pop up all over the place after 40 or more years, and accusing you of some misdemeanor with them, could be very embarassing especially those with wives.

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        Kcud akcuf says:

        They were complaining forty years (and more ago), they were just ignored ‘cos “St Jimmey” had “friends” in high places (literally and metaphorically :^)

        Rumours were rife even before TOTP started, but of course it was thought normal for any sex maniac to behave in any fashion that they wanted in those heady days of “free love”.

        Question is: Would he who is without sin hurl the first stone? Not those who claim to be without sin – but those genuinely without sin ?

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          Living in 98 percent white (and 99.9% kuffar) Merseyside says:

          Well said Sir.

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          sekwaf odiug says:

          I had heard rumours years ago about JS not in TOTP, there have been rumours of other “celebs”, even royalty, but as far as I was concerned they were just rumours and tickle tattle, but when I started watching TOTP in late 1966 even with a relatively small audience, no more than about 40 some of the girls looked as time went on to look pregant, a lot of the audience seemed to be the same each week.

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  3. 3
    Nelson Muntz says:

    Ha, Ha.

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  4. 4
    Mike Hunt says:

    It is indeed.
    No one would believe any story about him.

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  5. 5
    Anonymous says:

    Now then, Now then, Now then!

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      ToonBob... says:

      Should the English be given a vote on Scottish independence ?

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      • 66
        English not British says:

        No, the English should be given a vote on English independence.

        I’ve had a belly full of the European Union and the British Union. Time to get the fcuk out of both.

        To the British establishment, the English are a non-people in a non-country. Time the native English peoples took their country back from the foreigners, dual nationals, globalists and profiteers that rule over us.

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          Where's ENGLAND's parliament?? says:

          +10

          But the LibLabCon – they who caused or maintain this profoundly unjust mess – they ain’t listening.

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        Must get a pseudonym one day says:

        Interesting to listen to Cast-Iron Dave’s statements about the Jock Referendum, then translate these into a potential EU Referendum.

        “Respect the will of the people”, “One simple YES/NO question”, “No fudging a third option about greater devolved powers”, “Most important to answer the YES/NO question first”.

        With luck, all that could return to bite him on the botty.

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          M says:

          The reason why the Scott’s voted for the SNP is because the SNP promices to bleed the rest of the UK for cash .
          So now the vote for independence is vote to pay for it all themselves .
          So are they gonna vote for braveheart or the cash point

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  6. 6
    Angry of London says:

    FABIAN Hamilton (Leeds NE Labour)? Is that a REAL name? Honestly…

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      Tooth fairy says:

      I have no doubt that Fabian Hamilton must have known about Savile and the rumours about him, seeing as he represents Leeds. Why has he then hypocritically sponsored this EDM?

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        At home with the Hamiltons says:

        You should meet his sister Eugenic Hamilton and their cousin Genocide Hamilton.

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    Sir Richard Richard says:

    ‘Disc jockey’ – is that what he called it?

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  8. 8
    The Shitfinder General says:

    Now then, Now then, Now then!

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      Fish says:

      I read that the Leeds to Plymouth train was held at Lichfield yesterday where it was joined by plebs (sorry police) responding to a complaint, by a passenger, of sexual harrassment.

      I hope the fucker hasn’t risen from his grave. Someone need to go and check.

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    The Shitfinder General says:

    Has anyone got a tape of Douglas Hurd almost in tears banging on about what a lovely mam Robert Maxwell was when he fell of his boat?

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      sekwaf odiug says:

      I still reckon Capt. Bob is still alive in Israel , he was a Mosad agent for years

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        Euro Chukka-toss@r says:

        Yes, he is the errrh…Pensions Minister.

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        Blowing Whistles says:

        Rumours – to repeat Rumours ‘still exist’ that Maxwell – Murdered a man after WW2 had been declared ‘over’ and that he did so because he had not shot an enemy during the conflict.

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          jgm2 says:

          He’s dead. You can say what you like about him. Me? I rejoice in the fact that he stole the pensions of ‘The Mirror’ workers (a breed dedicated to spreading the kind of idiocy that gave us the Maximum Imbecile) and bought himself a nice big yacht and a helicopter.

          Indeed he was something of a visionary in that respect. I’d like us to renege on all the BBC pensions and public sector pensions built up under the Imbecility and then we can all have a yacht.

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    Mrs Bercow says:

    Today I’m feeling Grumpy.

    I have always been sexually attracted to dwarves.

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  12. 13
    Timmy Tour says:

    Take out Saville…..redo the capital letters and you have awkward EdM…still relevant today

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  13. 15
    When I was a boy the poor were skinny says:

    BBC

    “Why are the British so bad at washing their hands?” !!

    When we set a good example.

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  14. 17
    Handycock says:

    Leave Sir Jimmy alone. Jahbulon.

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  15. 21
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

    What do those wiggly lines mean ??

    http://bit.ly/R74XCb

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    The Savile & Peel Babysitting Agency says:

    On our books we have highly experienced and carefully vetted babysitters, including Gary Glitter, Pete Townsend, Freddie Starr. A couple of possible new staff joining us soon include DLT and a few other chaps who were last popular in the late 70s.

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    Brown out and pay me damages says:

    I always thought he was a creep. Weird looking cnut.

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    Aunty Matter says:

    BBC running advert where kids break big news story.

    Hmm, that the BBC is infested with kiddie fiddling sex addicts perhaps?

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    Anonymous says:

    Where does this figure of £40 million come from? It’s been bandied about for years but there’s never been any verification of this amount. I suspect it came from Savile himself but is it true?

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  20. 26
    Alan Fluff Freeman says:

    G’day, tot pickers!

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  21. 27
    jgm2 says:

    Angus Macneil from the Western Isles.

    Total potential electorate 22,000. Total votes cast 14,717. Total votes for Angus – 6,723.

    The Old Sarum of the 21st century.

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  22. 28
    Rupert my Hero says:

    I see Handy Cock was in there,

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    Alex Shrek says:

    Ah’m nae sure ‘boot the wierding a tha’ referendum.

    “I believe Scotland should stop whinging, put away the begging bowl and pay its own way for the first time in 300 years.”

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    Aunty Matter says:

    They need to get Boden and Entwhistle on oath and find out what they know.

    Point being Newsnight totally shut down Savile investigation story, it wasn’t as if they just decided to look into it further.

    Also it seems highly unlikely that people at Newsnight didn’t know of the rumours about Savile seeing as most of the BBC did.

    Seems to me the BBC is up to it’s shit stained cum filled ring piece in this and heads need to roll. NOW!

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      Aunty Matter says:

      Didn’t make that clear, they could have put Savile story on backburner whilst they looked into it further, but they didn’t, they just killed it.

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      Tachybaptus says:

      Oaths are so last millennium. They don’t stop people from lying any more.

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        sekwaf odiug says:

        But if they lie in court under oath and found to have lied, they are sent down the line, one or Tories have fitted the bill and a few lieborites in this expenses scandle

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        Blowing Whistles says:

        To Tachy – Oaths do stop liars – when they are dealt with under ‘common law jurisdiction.

        Don’t forget that Jeffrey Archer – was ‘caught out’ – mind you some say he got an easy ride in a ‘soft prison’!!!

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    Handycock says:

    Gimme a chance, princess.

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      Angel says:

      You had your chance Handy, but you blew it. Time for you to come clean and do the honest thing. Resign now before you bring any more shame on your party and on Parliament. Keep your head down over there in Spain – the boys will see you right.

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    Rupert my Hero says:

    Halloween, dress up as JS and really scare the little Angels..

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  27. 34
    Gordon Brown says:

    I know a lot about orange jelly, but I’m not telling Shella, my wife, as she will tell everyone.

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    Aunty Matter says:

    I hope Alex Salmond remembers that the jocks will be paying a £1000 year to use English roads.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-19614862

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    A very cold shoulder says:

    I remember when the peedo died. I thought good riddance to the creepy, weird looking overhyped sleb.

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    Gary Glitters Skitters says:

    Leave him alone.

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    Aunty Matter says:

    Harman spouting shit about the BBC being ‘Auntie’

    Well plenty of Uncles and Aunties are child molesters, so she’s right in that respect.

    Had to laugh at the BBC for being thankful that the new mong cow who took over from Hunt is ‘supportive’ of the BBC.

    Fucking BBC c u n t z they like the support of the Tories when they are in the shit.

    Piss off you BBC twats, you fuckers are going to get well fucked.

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      Fish says:

      She got that from one of the papers at the week-end.

      And of course politicians are supportive of the BBC. They’re all scared of the organisation – just as people were scared to spill the beans about SaVILE.

      Power has corrupted the BBC

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        Grim Reaper says:

        they don’t want to be seen as relishing the BBC’s demise. They don’t have to, they know it is coming anyway.

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    roger roger says:

    can’t see any names on that list of people who might have been expected to know better

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    Susan Boyle BGT says:

    I knew Sir Jimmy Savile for over 40 years.

    At Top of the Pops when I was a wee bopper, and at BBC studios at the Jimm’ll Fix it programmes. Loads of them.

    I also saw him when I was in hospital where he came in as a last minute unpaid porter.

    I can quite honestly say he never laid a finger on me.
    In fact he used to walk away when he saw me all alone and vulnerable.

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      annette curton says:

      I dremed a drem.

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      Your Friendly Neighbourhood Unpalatable Facts Service says:

      While this post is obviously a piss-take of Susan Boyle’s seeming cognitive skills deficiencies (or whatever it is she has) and her general frumpiness, implying that Jimmy wouldn’t have victimised a mentally-off unattractive girl like her if he could have helped it, sadly, it probably is that sort of girl he would most likely have had the easiest time with, since they probably would have felt complimented that someone was finally paying attention to them– and good luck getting them to give evidence if he were ever caught. It would surprise us not one bit if there are plenty of SuBo’s in Jimmy’s sordid history.

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        Scared of Capita's Enforcement Team says:

        No TV for over a year now. Still paying the licence by direct debit. Still figuring out why.

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      Harriet Hatesmen says:

      He never made a move on me!

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  35. 57
    Raving Loon says:

    Is it even the role of government to do this sort of thing?

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  36. 58
    Tom Tomos says:

    I see Hancock’s on the list!

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    jgm2 says:

    Bearing in mind Jimmy Savile (at the time) was supposedly a national icon that’s a very small number of MPs who did sign up.

    Does that mean that many of the other MPs had heard the rumours?

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      sekwaf odiug says:

      Probably, wasn’t it a Tory administration which gave him his obe and the Pope gave him the Roman Catholic commendation

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        When I was a boy the poor were skinny says:

        Don’t bring Ted Heath into it. He was all at sea with Jimmy.

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          Just wondrin says:

          Now there’s a thought, Did Ted keep a ships log.

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          Frоm whаt І hеаrd оf pеоplе clоsе tо Tеd Hеаth whеn hе wаs prіmе mіnіstеr, І bеlіеvеd hіm tо hаvе bееn аsеxuаl. Thе rеcеnt “rеvеlаtіоns” by Brіаn Cоlеmаn аnd hіs іlk аrе nоt tо bе trustеd ІMО.

          І sаy thіs dеspіtе thе fаct thаt І dіslіkеd hіm аs а prіmе mіnіstеr аt thе tіmе аnd mоrе sо аftеrwаrds. Hе wаs аn аstоnіshіngly аltruіstіc pеrsоn whо cоuld nоt еmpаthіsе wіth оrdіnаry fоlk. Іrоnіc аs hе wаs, unusuаlly fоr thоsе tіmеs, frоm а stаtе rаthеr thаn а publіc schооl.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Dictionary > Asexual = having no apparent sex or sex organs.

            Sc – from what you “heard” and then “believed” …. you have firstly [heard] something which is third party gossip and secondly you believed it ….

            Therefore you have listened to gossip taken it as it suits you to be truthful and then turned it into your truth … “IMO”.

            Opinions are not facts – and anyone as old as you ought to know the difference – but you don’t.

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          • Better dictionary:

            3: devoid of sexuality an asexual relationship.

            I was not with Heath at any time so the only way I can speak is from other’s evidence. You are in no different a position on that except you sound considerably younger and therefore could not have contemporaneous discussions with people who did know him. I had many such discussions.

            You have made much of your incredible abilities in courts of law but you appear to have missed the bit about presumtion of innocence. Suggest you bone up.

            The facts are this. Some 300 people, and rising, have come forward to offer direct evidence about Jimmy Savile. It has to be checked through but, taken together with the rumours which were circulating at the time and his own quoted statements in the press at the time (which I read and you did not), the balance of probability is overwhelmingly in favour of him being guilty of crime in a serial way.

            To my knowledge, not one person has come forward to testify against Heath. Whether that will change, I have no idea.

            One other thing. Read the banner at the top. This place is about gossip. You criticise others but you hardly if ever make any direct statements yourself. At least I put my money where my mouth is. You may not like it but that is not my problem.

            I shall ignore the crass stupidity of your last three words.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            SC – Firstly Your “REACTION” speaks for itself – “Miaooooow!”

            You imply ‘better’ dictionary – bully for you. Jah boo!
            You “speak of other’s evidence” – Huh you actually speak of others’ third party gossip.
            bone up! Pitiful waffle
            You try that age old crap of I’m (SC) older than you so what would I know. I know a lot more than you do old boy. It’s not a matter of who’s older than who. “Contemperaneous discussions that you had” – disingenuous utter waffle.
            “The facts are this.” Oh really. You then assume I did ‘not read’. Question – where’s you evidence for that? Dohhh!
            ‘Balance of probability’ that 5hit is for the bnet [SP modbeater] civil courts but yes he’s as guilty [albeit he’s dead] as sin and has been ‘protected’ beyond belief. We somewhat agree there.
            Heath – there is overwhelming evidence out there and not only known by a few – but it’s the ramifications against the E stablishment which have led to the silence. Get yourself over to the Salisbury region and listen to the people on the streets.
            Of gossip & rumours – you are referred to many of my citations as to rumours including a recent posting of above. Try to teach granny how to suck eggs … huh!
            Try looking up CP Scott – ‘Comment is free, but facts are sacred” May 5 1921 – he’d turn in his grave if he knew what the Gruniad had done to his saying.

            Finally – sometimes it is someone’s “REACTION” to a situation or comment which shows them to be not as au fait with their facts and faculties as they might wish to be. It especially happens with ‘older people’.
            9 Para 6 The crass stupidity of my last three words -

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          • Think it’s time for your meds, BW.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            SC there’s an old saying “When you lose your rag you lose your argument” – That you descend to such pitiful retorts within 10 minutes of my post actually flatters me.

            IMO – you are a ‘war child’ born of the generation around the time of just before or just after WW2. Unfortunately many like you [not all] have lived your lives in a ‘bubble of deception’ [you have been decieved] having been indoctrinated for all of your lives into one mindset that did prevail for many decades after WW2.

            However – since the downfall of Communism [1989 / 91] – many unpallatable and true facts have surfaced that had hitherto been hidden away from the western worlds ‘publics’ [by Governments East & West] which undo many lies that it had been hoped would never surface.

            SC – you are getting old and I am sorry to say it but it is you who’s mind is perhaps becoming addled with age.

            Smearers and their pitiful bottom of the barrel / wine bottle smears only flatter me.

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          • Pity. You are capable of posting the occasional good post. You cannot help picking a needless fight though, can you? I will respond to genuine points raised but once you start of on this sort of line, then I shall ignore you.

            Perhaps we can let others be the judge?

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          • Others says:

            You are both boring bastards.

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          • Susie says:

            In that case you never went to Cowes Week or hung out with the sailing set. His crews had a different tale to tell, even in those days.

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          • Repeat:

            To my knowledge, not one person has come forward to testify against Heath. Whether that will change, I have no idea.

            If you have better information, then speak out!

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          • Cinna says:

            Are we talking Gordon Brown here?

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      I don’t know anyone from my age group who did not know of the rumours in the late 60s/early 70s. Of course it was just hearsay so nobody could do anything about it. It was a classic case of no smoke without a fire though.

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      Mornington Crescent says:

      And the scores on the doors:

      Total signatories: 26

      Of which…
      Labour: 10
      Lib Dumb: 5
      Con: 4
      DUP: 3
      Plaid/SNP: 2

      No wonder Labour and Lib Dums are quiet.

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    annette curton says:

    The list could be construed as an admission of guilt, with hindsight.

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    support needed says:

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  40. 65
    Philip Hammond says:

    BBC News: Girl shot by Taliban reaches UK. How powerful is that rocket launcher?

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      Euro Chukka-toss@r-hussar says:

      And while the BBC were outside Brum Airport doing a live newscast, a long family line from the religion of peis filed past talking loudly and oblivious, a 2012 image it will be hard to erase.

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    Sir William Waad says:

    I don’t know which is worse, Savile or the millions who get off on thinking of him groping girls, while enjoying a nice, sugary feeling of moral superiority. Well, actually, I do – it’s Savile – but let’s not enjoy it quite so much, please.

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      sekwaf odiug says:

      What did you use to do with them Sir Bill

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      Trahison des Clercs says:

      What I enjoy is the mental picture of those BBC shits worrying in their beds at night over the repercussions of this affair. Mind you, the sight and sound of the Media and Culture spokeswoman …. such a nonentity.

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      I don't need no doctor says:

      What would you do Frankie?

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    • 129

      You raise a good point about morality shift. In the sixties we would have parties where all sorts of things would go on. You certainly did not ask for proof of age before doing anything with anyone. Frankly I don’t see anything terribly wrong with that even if the law was not strictly observed. Kids were kids then and will carry on being so whatever the law states (in the USA it is ludicrously set with an age of consent of 18.)

      There is a huge leap between that situation and the Jimmy Savile case where he used kids’ desires to appear on TV in order to obtain sexual gratification for himself of whatever type. I would see no particular hypocrisy in someone who may have shagged a 15 year old girl in those days, when of similar age (where there was actual, if not legal consensuality), being critical of Savile now for what he did where with him there was no consensuality (legal or otherwise), just straight forward abuse.

      Difficult point to ague in our uptight PC moral climate but needs saying nonetheless.

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        the furry fish says:

        “You certainly did not ask for proof of age before doing anything with anyone.
        “Speak for yourself, some of us kept our intelligence while getting high.
        but probably my Christian upbringing helped me out there ?

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        • 146

          I was speaking for what I experienced myself and for my friends who were in London and also in several provincial towns. That way, I found a commonality that existed certainly throughout the southern part of the UK. I did not claim it to be universal but was prevalent amongst a large cross-section of young people then. It has nothing to do with intelligence IMO.

          One either accepts that it differs from the Jimmy Savile approach or one does not.

          I know there are those who say all sin of any kind is equally wrong but I cannot imagine anyone of that ilk posting here.

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          • The public says:

            There is something utterly boring about people who think they invented sexual activity in the 1960s and have never got over it.

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        Ernestine Tentions says:

        Bollocks. Opinions are like…

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  42. 69
    Cressida's Dick says:

    ‘Remembers the smiles brought to the faces of the children on Jim’ll fix it’.

    That’s one way to put it I guess.

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    annette curton says:

    Alex Salmond will be getting Dave to agree to giving Highland Scotty Dogs full voting rights next.

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      Well it's a thought says:

      At least they would be getting more rights than we have, one part of the country voting in a referendum to remove themselves from the other part, which isn’t allowed to vote, what happened to our human rights to decide on what happens in the country.

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      I don't need no doctor says:

      wuf wuf

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        UKIP.i.am.awake says:

        “Alex Salmond will be getting Dave to agree to giving Highland Scotty Dogs full voting rights next.”

        That’s nae way to talk aboot Scottish wimmen.

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      Euro Chukka-toss@r-hussar says:

      Bravebelly smiling widely is an image hard to erase, expect Dave checked all his fingers were still there after the `shake.

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      Cinna says:

      Looking forward to saying cheerio to all thos e Scots Labour MPs.

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  44. 78
    Constants Brisko says:

    Me and me sistah Diane gonna bogle bogle in a dancehall stylee. To da pot!

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    I don't need no doctor says:

    The BBC is institutionally perverted.

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    When I was a boy the poor were skinny says:

    With all this Savile stuff going on I hope the BBC don’t find any skeletons in his dressing room.

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    Maggie's Thatch says:

    I thought Sir Jim’ll was a jolly good chap!

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      Tony Blair says:

      Me too.

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      stranger than friction says:

      The one thing I really don’t understand about the Savile case, is how he could be a supporter of Mrs Thatch for all that time and still be employed by the BBC. Very puzzling.

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        UKIP.i.am.awake says:

        It is all Thatcher’s fault. She should have privatised the BBC and the NHS when she had the chance. It would not have stopped Jimmy but the truth would have come out a lot earlier and saved a lot of children being abused. The public sector is good for one thing. Covering up the dirt.

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        Anonymous says:

        perhaps Saville used the Beeb the same way Blair used the Labour party. But then Thatcher was on outsider too.

        From this perspective, Beeb seems to be the least self confident.

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        The public says:

        You forget that there was once a time when the BBC was representatice of many strands of political oppinion in this country.

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    keredybretsa says:

    Trust old Handycock to sign.

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    Margaret Moran says:

    I met Jimmy when I was 14. I said “I’m so happy to meet you! I’m a huge fan!” And he said “Fucking right you’re huge.”

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    Moley says:

    Here is one of the most important questions to be put to the BBC;

    ” Following these revelations what steps have been taken to ensure the safety of all children participating in BBC children’s programmes?”

    If there is no satisfactory answer, no parent should ever let their children near any BBC presenter again, and BBC children’s television should be discontinued immediately.

    I stopped paying a licence fee at the time of the Jonathan Ross affair, and am exceedingly glad I did so. One can now see what sort of a culture there is at the BBC and how perverted the organisation has become.

    Parliament has to debate scrapping the licence fee.

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      About time says:

      Technology to ‘pay per show’ is hardly science fiction nowadays.

      There’s no excuse left for them keeping the TV licence any more. Its abolition should be the ‘one good thing’ coming out of this Savile unpleasantness.

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    Maggie's Thatch says:

    I gave Sir Jim’ll a knighthood in the 1990 Queen’s Birthday honours list. Toot toot!

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      hear no nonces see no nonces says:

      The BBC obviously advised her in the matter.

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        Susie says:

        Poor old Queenie. She had the traitor Anthony Blunt advise her on her art collection… she could sure pick ‘em. Perhaps she’s not that bright.

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  52. 95
    Maggie's Thatch says:

    You turn if you want poo! The lady’s not for wibble! Toot toot!

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    Maggie's Thatch says:

    Tonight one is going to party like it’s 1949!

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  54. 100
    President Obama says:

    Yo yo motherfuckers. I’m gonna whoop Romney’s ass tonight. Check ya later.

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  55. 102
    Gordon Brown says:

    hehe, time to spring my 3 empty cans and a house brick in a placky bag scam. Tee hee, what a clever boy I am.

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  56. 103
    annette curton says:

    Seen Elsewhere:
    Guido’s Sunday Column.
    Too much information.

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    • 107
      Where's ENGLAND's parliament?? says:

      So much fuss over so little.

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      • 111
        annette curton says:

        What ever happened to the West Lothian question?. Silly me, if you happen to be English you will be shat on from a great height by everybody.

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        • 154
          anonymous says:

          my tory mp, when asked about this said fuck of you ignorant pleb go find a job in afghanistan …. nice

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        • 230
          It wasn't the Scots who brought this unfair situation about. says:

          You feel so hard done by yet it took a scottish MP from a Scottish constituency( West Lothian) to raise this point. WTF were the English MPs doing about this. Useless c unts.

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  57. 120
    P l e b says:

    So just who is Sandi Toksvig pointing the finger at?

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  58. 123
    P l e b says:

    This from CIF

    “Can we talk about the ITV abusers now please. Or is this going to be cover up too We ALL KNOW THE NAMES

    I’d ‘recommend’ that but I don’t know the names. I would agree though that it seems to be becoming just another BBC bashing exercise.

    I named names about a week ago on here but was censored. Sandy Toksvig also gave a very good clue on last weeks Andrew Marr show as to two of the names.

    Just think about how many kids go to auditions around the country and you might get the hint”

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  59. 130
    the furry fish says:

    fuck off with the Yorkshire character, I never considered him to resemble anything that came from the Ridings

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  60. 131
    Scotland says:

    Listen, if we win this independence thing but it doesn’t work out, any chance you could bail us out?

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  61. 133
    Conspicuous By His Absence says:

    Strangely the wierdo the UN has just granted unlimited access to children, anytime, anywhere as their Special Envoy for Global Education appears to be missing from that list of Jimmy Savile fans.

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  62. 135
    Lord Justice Saville says:

    Can we have another Saville inquiry to make a load more Barristers into millionaires

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  63. 137
    Joss Taskin says:

    Is that lefty troll,’ Jimmy’, who frequently drops his ludicrous hemlock here, actually Jimmy Sovile ?

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  64. 145
    the furry fish says:

    look at this

    http://www.argos.co.uk/m/static/Product/partNumber/4406662/c_1/1|category_root|Health+and+personal+care|14418350/c_2/2|14418350|Men%27s+beard+trimmers+and+hair+clippers|14418417/c_3/3|cat_14418417|Nose+and+ear+trimmers|14418418.htm

    you can buy nasal hair trimmers for £1.24 how can they do this for that money?
    Just how many nostrils are there in the world ?

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    • 151
      Tachybaptus says:

      14,092,000,000, to the nearest million.

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      • 160
        the furry fish says:

        you’re just counting humans ? what about all the cat’s and dogs and whotnots that might require a trim ? I know I wouldn’t use a nasal hair trimmer what has been up a dog’s nose.

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      • 179
        What's more says:

        I know a woman who doesn’t have nasal hair. So that’s one less.

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  65. 148
    Kevin T says:

    DIG HIM UP

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  66. 149
    BBC Ethics commission says:

    Come on Chaps, Jimmy was just being “edgy” and “pushing the envelope”. Please can I have another #4billion this year to fund my leftist ambitions?

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  67. 153
    • 162
      Vaz O'Lien says:

      worth every peeny

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    • 184
      jgm2 says:

      Pay them an extra 1,000 pound a day if they don’t show up.

      It’d be cheaper in the long run.

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      • 211
        Anonymous says:

        pay ppl so they trouble you less.
        not a bad idea.

        Abramovich talked in a similar way about paying millions to buy his freedom. we should pay our MP’s more so they make less but more thoughtful decisions.

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  68. 166
    the infatuated furry fish says:

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  69. 168
    not a machine reloaded says:

    So its nein to debt reduction for Greece but yavolle for bailout package for Spain , Greece and Portugal …. anynews on Cyprus yet then … all back of the fag stuff at the moment , but you have to wonder where the money will come from , still best game of Cluedo yet , we have the weapon (bailout )and the room (ESFS in Brussels) and it could be a first with both Lady Scarlet , Colnel Mustard and , Hans Schaubel .

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  70. 171
    Scotland says:

    They may take our lives, but they’ll never take our deep fried mars bars!

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    • 188
      jgm2 says:

      Or our Buckfast.

      The monks should apply for one of those EU recognised special food/beverage designations that stop cheap rip-offs. That way we’d be able to bring Fucking Scotland to it’s knees by upping the pr*ice of Buckfast.

      Actually, with 16 and 17 year olds being given the vote – the surest way to have them voting to remain part of the UK is to tell them that Buckfast will quadruple in pr*ice if Fucking Scotland goes independent. Conversely, if you want Fucking Scotland to fuck off then we should be spreading rumours that Buckfast will be 50p a bottle if Fucking Scotland gets its independence.

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      • 195

        I have never tasted this Wreck the Hoose Juice. Does it live down to its reputation?

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        • 196
          jgm2 says:

          We had an ‘ethnic night’ once when we live up in Fucking Scotland. Buckfast, chips and deep-fried Mars bars.

          I like sweet dr*inks (port/sherry/liqueurs) so Buckfast is right up my street. And deep-fried Mars bars are better than they sound too.

          The trouble with Buckfast is that on a pr*ice per unit basis it simply cannot compete. Yet the kids in Fucking Scotland can’t get enough of it.

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          • I’ll buy a bottle when I come back next year, then. Mind you, I am buying a nice Italian table wine at the moment for under €1 per litre. I tend to buy 100 litres of the stuff at a time as I hate shopping. I buy in some named wines as well in smaller quantities but it holds up well against these.

            I adore Mars Bars but have never had one deep fried either. I shall be going to the Higlands as well so I will give that a go and report back!

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          • annette curton says:

            Sounds like you are already resident in the Higlands. (:)

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          • Ha ha. Curiously, I drink wine only with my meal and seldom by itself. I have a beer once a week and have spates of having a single grappa, ouzo, Scotch or Bénédictine as a night time treat. I used to drink like a fish from my teens to my forties.

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      • 239
        Susie says:

        That’s the old nailed by the cover up principle at work.

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  71. 172
    welshwiz says:

    I reckon the Murdoch papers are gonna go to town on the BBC all this. Payback time for the loss of the NOTW.

    This will make the phone hacking saga seem like (ahem) child’s play.

    It looks like Dave Lee Travis was another prick that couldn’t keep his hands to himself.

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  72. 175
    uncle ernie == auntie beeb says:

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  73. 177
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Ed M has a new bandwagon.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-19957143

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  74. 178
    The Vatican says:

    We gave Sir Jimmy a Papal honour in 1990. He was a good catholic who did as all catholics do: noncing kids.

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    • 210
      The Fat Old Jerry Who Used To Belong To The HJ says:

      Apparently Jimmy misunderstood the Roman Church’s concept of “indulgences”; he thought it meant “PER-mission TO sin”, not “RE-mission OF sin.” And goodness gracious, Jimmy surely indulged, from what we’re hearing now.

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  75. 180
    Don't Get Mad, Get Even! says:

    Do what I did when the KOONTZ at Capita sent me a letter about tv license.

    I sent them a letter back with the original letter.

    I took pictures of my two monitors, one with my xbox beside it streaming sky and the other one with Youtube up on screen and my hand holding BBC iplayer streaming off my phone hooked them up to the computer, put the pictures in Word and finished by writing and adding the following:

    As you can see I don’t need or even own a tv anymore in this day and age, please don’t continue to waste either my or your time with another pointless letter. Thank You.

    Printed it off, sent it to them, never heard from them again.

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    • 245
      Star gazer says:

      How civilised!

      I returned mine (with no stamp on the envelope) with the words “Piss off you impertinent *un t” scrawled across the top.

      I too heard no more from them. Suggest others do likewise.

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  76. 186
    Saffron says:

    Mr Savage and the Beeboids need to be spotlighted,this story has legs and the Boids hate it.
    Call us auntie now has a hollow ring to it,they are IMHO shatting themselves as to what comes out.
    Pedo is a crime and are we now seeing you know who as complice in this by their actions or lack of action.
    INMHO this goes far far deeper than the Beeboids,I suppose that time will tell as to how this pannes out.
    Will there be a cover up,I for one suspect there will be.
    Hope sincerely that there will not be,but not holding my breathe.

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  77. 187
    Angela Merkel says:

    George Clooney Is making a film about the life of Jimmy Savile.

    It’s called “oh she’s eleven”…..

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  78. 192
    uncle ernie == auntie beeb says:

    Jimmy Savile fell in off Ted’s boat, he says ” I can’t swim”; ” Hold on”, says ted “I’ll through you a bouy”; ” Look stop messing about, I’m drowning”

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  79. 204
    Aunty Matter says:

    I see bandwagon Ed has finally woken up (after 2 weeks) and he and lesbo Harman are now hopping onboard.

    The BBC can’t be pleased mind.

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  80. 215
    Establishment lethargy says:

    BBC turned blind eye to Savile.

    MPs turn blind eye to Hancock.

    What’s the difference other than yje past and present tense?

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    • 216
      Tachybaptus says:

      None. But these are just two examples of a larger phenomenon: the elite can get away with anything. And it has always been so from the dawn of civilisation, and it will never change.

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  81. 218
    Randolph Trent says:

    Time to look into the D-Notice setup by Bliar to cover-up for some Savilsh type folk.

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  82. 219
    Randolph Trent says:

    “it will never change.” Sad git! its an attitude just like that, that created the moral vacuum where the likes of Savile and some others flurrished.

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  83. 221
    Bring it on! Mike Hancock says:

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  84. 224
    Randolph Trent says:

    @tom_watson Teenagers are being affected more so now that at any other time with the amounts of dept they get into before they even start professional working life, These changes should be voted on by all the people especially those it affects most. YES from me.

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  85. 246
    Four feet says:

    If Salmon loses the referendum, what forfeits will Scotland have to pay? Suggestions on a pc to No 10.

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  86. 247
    MajorFrustration says:

    Mike Hancock Portsmouth? Takes one to know one.

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  87. 253
    Anonymous says:

    MP’s who jump on a passing bandwagon and are hypocrites – now there’s a surprise!

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  88. 254
    AveubenBorisised? says:

    Mike Hancock I ask you.
    Fancy that.

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