November 8th, 2012

Tory MP Reports Schofield to Ofcom


232 Comments

  1. 1
    Mitt Romney says:

    First

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    • 3
      Chavtasitic Benefits says:

      only on this blog..

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      • 14
        Leciester Piggot says:

        Thats nothing, I understand a Mr G. T. Gopher has made a complaint to the Police about being regularly fisted by a well known childrens TV presenter in the 1980s

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        • 133
          Arse bandit of Old England! says:

          Do we really want the “media” to be the way evidence is collected/presented and then also be “judge, jury and executioner”?

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          • treetop says:

            This is inevitable when money and influence buys silence in the media and the courts. It is the only way for the public to root out abusers.

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          • The Committee of Public Safety says:

            It appears that some of this blog’s contributors do.

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          • Anonymous says:

            The media is complicit. only a few brave souls are doing anything about this. I say well done Scholfield. These bastards have been covered for by the media and government for years.

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          • Arse bandit of Old England! says:

            Maybe we should look for another media type with a track record of good work to carry on a Judge Dred type investigation…. Ooopps silly me I was forgetting that Jimmy Savile fellow was once such a paragon of televisual integrity.

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    • 4
      Twat watch says:

      That MP sounds like a pompous twat to me.

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    • 21
      Typical fuckwitted MP cunt says:

      Why doesn’t this cock of an MP actually take action on the nonces in his party instead of pursuing a fucking daytime TV programme? These perverts have been protected for decades and it applies to both parties. Labour’s 100 year secrecy order on Operation Ore, and the cover-ups on Tory p*edos in the 70s and 80s.

      Wilson’s priority seems to be protecting the perverts in his party.

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    • 46
      Jezza's bag carrier says:

      Shiver me timbers. This moron is pps to Jeremy Hunt.

      https://twitter.com/RobWilson_RDG

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      • 55
        Archer Karcher says:

        Hunt eh? He’s danced close to the flames himself. I wonder if he’s a little anxious this doesn’t go too much further?

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        • 211
          Anonymous says:

          Why do you make random comments like that on here ? Are you just some sad nerd who trawls the internet all day, criticising others to make himself feel better, you are a real saddo !

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    • 53
      Anonymous says:

      why are senior Tories, including Cameron, so desperate to cover up this growing child abuse scandal amongst senior Tories?

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      • 59
        Archer Karcher says:

        It’s not just Tories, but Cameron is trying to keep the lid firmly closed on this. It goes deep to the heart of all our revolting political class.

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        • 84
          Anonymous says:

          re.voltage. high. will anyone get their fingers burnt?
          electric voltage. and bursting dams.
          who will surf this volcano.

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      • 100
        Anonymous says:

        Because if they are guilty they will go before a court of law, will you only be happy if there is so much info out there that they cant go for trial ?

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        • 131
          Anonymous says:

          If there’s enough info out there for them to be convicted in the court of public opinion then I’m happy for them to be strung up from the nearest lamp post.

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      • 213
        Anonymous says:

        Its not covering up, its called due process. (you know, evidence being brought to court etc ) im always suspicious of people who come out with comments like yours.

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        • 216
          Gary Glitter says:

          Why can’t I have an enquiry, with witnesses and judges and stuff, everybody else is having one, it’s so unfair.

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      • 229
        Knowall says:

        Because his government would collapse, and the Opposition would also!

        So, no government. Anarchy would ensue – not a bad idea?

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    • 57
      Sir William Waad says:

      There would be no ‘mens rea’ if Schofield showed this piece of paper accidentally, so there would be nothing for Ofcom to investigate.

      P.S. Ofcom’s budget is OVER £100 MILLION A YEAR! If you chose 1,000 lager drinkers and lined them up against the Great Wall of China they couldn’t piss money away as fast as that.

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    • 202
      freemycatfish says:

      Cameron appaers to be saying that is the paedophile is gay they should be protected. Interesting take on “the best interests of the child! Mr C.

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      • 214
        Anonymous says:

        I dont think he appaered to say thay at all, have you heard about something called “a fair trial “

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        • 232
          gildedtumbril says:

          A fair trial? You jest, surely?
          In a land where the victim is criminalised justice has expired.
          Tony Martin, to name one.

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    • 207
      Dave S says:

      Should I have bought a child from a ‘care’ home, to be taken to a hotel, and in company of others to be sodomised and beaten. I would fully expect to be enquired into at great expense, I would also expect said inquiry to be held ‘in camera’ in order that any future actions (as if!) were not compromised and prejudiced. I would also expect this process to take a long time in order that the attention span of the general public is well and truly exceeded.

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      • 223
        Ehtch says:

        Hunt them down, and feed them arse biscuits.

        Funny when you are old right wing, and been to those certain schools, as their dads line since Tom Brown Schooldays and even further back, one has a terrible habit of wanting to sodomise innicent children, wherever you can find them, ey?

        You must have met those types, especially if you have been in court for whatever. Mine was basic traffic offences – the most impressive was demolition the new roundabout outside Fishguard when I was fairly pissed. Got off due to family illness problems, and got an eighteen month ban and had to pay several nudred dollars for my stupidness. it was all a fair cop.

        Song for such who come in front of such – don’t try and complain, just eat humble pie as best you can, you will never win,

        yo yo and all that bollocks, don’t work in front of judge, down to Feltham you’ll be, half a breath. Record, from nuts, of their society, helplessly helping, for us. yo, etc., I can easily say, and play with words, not saying actually of your “flow”, grandad talking, not experiencing, but different experiencing, when young and regional white, ok differnet hopeless, 1980, thrown on the heap as in cheap, same difference, for a different hidden cause.

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  2. 2
    Kebab Time says:

    Good thing ITV doesnt get taxpayers money……

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  3. 5
    Giving the pink the cold shoulder. says:

    It couldn’t happen to a nicer guy. He is two faced money grubbing Hunt. ITV is shite.

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  4. 6
    anonymous says:

    Paragraph 2…….by implication, these people out themselves.

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  5. 7
    les says:

    Why is it one way traffic – anyone would think it was just Tories involved.

    Guido should at least have a story about SOMEONE from the red team, not as if the internet is just naming Tories, but the media are only only going down one road at the moment.

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      Giving the pink the cold shoulder. says:

      It is politically motivated. But Dave would do well to dish it out to both Labour and lib dumbs.

      http://www.tpuc.org/node/34

      Name and shame the every single one of them.

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      James says:

      There are plenty of Labour examples. Including the D-Notice issued on behalf of Tony Blair to stop the naming of someone who really WAS interested in child porn and very much a household name, even today. I thought Dave did very well today. Schofield is a tosser of the first order. Lazy “journalism”, bad television.

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    • 230
      Knowall says:

      There are plenty of Reds under the Beds – and on top of ‘em, as well. Dig Deeper!

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  6. 8
    Giving the pink the cold shoulder. says:

    Does fat lardy of sofa Alison Hammond still work for them? I never ever watch the tripe!

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  7. 9
    rupert says:

    Why are senior Tories, including Cameron, so desperate to cover up this growing child abuse scandal amongst senior Tories?

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  8. 10
    None of the above says:

    What a hunt.

    Maybe he could do something better with his time like go on ‘I’m a celeb get me outa here’

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    • 28
      Yvonne from the Colliers Arms Clydach says:

      Better still he could sort out the fiscal deficit .

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      • 163
        Pickled Wizard says:

        I’m an MP desperately hoping to be a celebrity, lock me in, f*ck off with the key, and lets hope the ants eat the c*n*

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  9. 12
    Anonymous says:

    Clearly Rob Wilson MP needs looking into.

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  10. 15
    Match of the Gay says:

    To decide who are the biggest pervs there should be a five a side footie match between top pervs from each party. So, for the Tories it’s Ali Mac, Lordie Derek, Pottyloo, Lily of the Valley, and Lenny Britnon versus Mandy, Miranda, Georgie Porgie, Gravy Janitor, and Gay Gordie.

    Mark Clattenbugger to referee.

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  11. 16
    Giving the pink the cold shoulder. Literally. says:

    Wilson is in the thick of it. Go boy go!

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  12. 17
    The Public says:

    Why does the letter say he is reading East

    Who gives a toss what he is reading?

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  13. 17
    Aunty Matter says:

    What a fucking total mess.

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    • 52
      Yvonne from the Colliers Arms Clydach says:

      And I haven’t got a clue tonight what David Cameron has been doing for us in relation to the Greek crisis .

      Meetings behind closed doors and postponed Press conferences .

      It is on days like this you realise why Governments tolerate backbench MPs silly interviewers and Max Clifford

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      • 60
        bumboys and nonces says:

        You’re being too modest: I’m sure you know the answer.

        Cameron has been doing what he always does for us in those circumstances – fuck all.

        He’ll now be doing even less, as he’s so preoccupied with his nonces.

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      • 188
        Professor Plum says:

        We are not in the Euro-zone, the Greek crisis is up to the Germans to sort out.

        Fuckwit.

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  14. 24
    Yvonne from the Colliers Arms Clydach says:

    Schofield should be arrested

    The people on that list will never be able to get a fair trial now because of what he has done

    Why haven’t ITV suspended him on full pay pending an investigation ?

    This is what happens when you let private enterprise loose with national broadcasting .

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    Ed's Twitter Intern says:

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    • 32
      A can of beer and some chicken says:

      Gazza’s looking a bit rough these days.

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    • 33
      Steve Miliband says:

      Wasn’t Simon in the Bill once, or was is Casualty?

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    • 34
      concrete pump says:

      Twat…!

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    • 49
      Sheff says:

      Known locally as Simple Simon

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    • 50
      Dumb Nation says:

      Another Nonce?

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    • 54
      A Date with Ed says:

      We’re challenging all of our members to recruit at least one member or supporter. If you can do this you’ll go through to a draw to attend a special event hosted by Ed Miliband

      Invite your friends to be your +1 here

      http://www.labour.org.uk/plusoneshare

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      • 69
        Rabbi Chaim Gunnar Kutsher-Dickov says:

        Not if it’s going to be a Chanukah party where I get to watch that shmegegi play with his dreydl all night. And I’m not bringing any gelt either, not even the chocolate coins in “gold” foil. Eddie, boychik, I love you, but a bigtime political macher, you’re not. Be a nice Jooish lad and get a real job. My shul could use a shammas.

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    • 62
      Simon's hairdresser says:

      Itsh…..itsh all gone wrong for me. I coulda been somebody! It was the booze…..and the drugs…..but mostly the booze…..aaaiiighghgh!

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    • 65
      I don't n e e d no doctor says:

      Simon signed because he has no friends. Simon and Ed Millionaireband are two sad people.

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      • 88
        empathy with my great leader... says:

        I suppose you could say they’re into each other …in a yeah man dig it type of dreaming spires sort of way…no ok

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    • 95
      Earl of Croydon says:

      I think Simon has had what they call a root perm. It gives the hair a lift.
      I think it looks lovely, so very 1980’s, some might say typical northern.

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    • 114
      Bogeyman says:

      Is “Simon” another real person like those Livingslime used in his election video?

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      • 129
        Phil says:

        Looks like Declan Swan is going for a new claim this time against his dad’s hairdresser citing loss of personal street cred resulting from his father’s blanched mohican.

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    • 126
      JH says:

      When were we anything but one nation?

      Oh, that’s it, WE WERE until Labour pissed away our sovereignty and imported millions – literally millions – from the third world, for some reason favouring cultures actively hostile to that of this island.

      Now he wants us to be ‘one nation’ again. Okay.

      From the look of him I think Simon might get the brief opportunity to re-think the ‘one nation’ thing as his friendly neighbourhood Jihadis are stringing him up from a crane.

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      • 152
        Lou Scannon says:

        I reckon Dead Ed’s conference speech was mis-reported.
        What he really kept repeating over and over was ‘wan nation’, meaning that, thanks to Liebor, the UK is now a shadow of its former self.

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    • 165
      Pickled Wizard says:

      Simon is obviously a twat

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    • 189
      eckerslike says:

      by eck eets grym oop north

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  16. 35
    Rob Wilson says:

    “The Waterhouse tribunal, which investigated child abuse at care homes in North Wales, threatened TV journalists with legal action if they screened allegations that the abuse was more extensive than believed at the time, it has been revealed.

    “HTV was planning to run a programme at the time of the Waterhouse Tribunal in 1997…”

    The interview with a whistleblower was cancelled.

    http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/2012/11/08/abuse-tribunal-threatened-legal-action-over-tv-investigation-91466-32188799/#ixzz2BcRqixp0

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  17. 38
    Laud 'a' mercy! says:

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    hmmmmmmm says:

    I would urge those of you who instantly label the Bush/ Blair male prostitute story as being bollocks to consider this: According to the website operationorethegamble, Tony Blair was caught cottaging in a public toilet by undercover detectives. He was later charged and fined £500 by Bow Street Magistrates. It was kept out of the MSM because Blair appeared in court under the name of Charles Lynton. It should be noted that the Ex Prime Ministers full name is Anthony Charles Lynton Blair.

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    • 43
      Tony Blair says:

      In private circles, I’m known as Miranda.

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      • 87
        Tay King-dePisse says:

        And in the Yank police shows, the right to remain silent is known as Miranda. Do us all a favour and exercise it, unless, of course, you wish to confess everything you’ve done. You’re Roman Catholic now, confession is part of the game, right?

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      • 89
        Anonymous says:

        this is destroying the political class.
        class implies class.
        in the sense that white is actually black. and light is dark.

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    • 219
      NE Frontiersman says:

      ‘ According to the website operationorethegamble,…’
      This we know: but is it true?

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  19. 41
    Hush Puppies says:

    Cover me in gravy and call me Sandy!

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  20. 42
    Brown out and PAY ME DAMAGES. I want to move on. says:

    I clicked on a million times on scribd. But nothing can someone copy &paste it please. So I can read it.

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  21. 44
    Call me Dave says:

    I can confirm that Rob Wilson has had the whip taken away and will join Nadine Dorries in “I’m a celebrity ,get me out of here!”

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  22. 48
    Aunty Matter says:

    The BBC seem to be enjoying themselves over Cameron’s unease over the alleged kiddie fiddlers.

    I wonder if the BBC would be so comfortable is say Guido Fawkes were to hand George Bentwhistle a list of alleged BBC kiddie fiddlers pulled off Twitter?

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      early bird..... says:

      I think george’s glasses must have misted over three weeks after he’d been installed and the savile chaos hit him … imagine hes been hitting the immodium since.

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  23. 56
    Observer says:

    Schofield – stupid stunt!

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  24. 58
    Philip Schofield says:

    I’m dancing on (thin) ice.

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  25. 67
    Anonymous says:

    What an absolute tosspot. How dare he complain about P. Schofield!!!! What about shouting from the rooftops about the Pedos in Government and High Office. How Dare CaMORON talk about witch hunt!!!!!!!!

    Can we simply get to the truth about Pedo rings in Govt, the judiciary, public life and Royal household.

    What a bloody liberty!!!!!!!!!!!

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  26. 68
    The Land of the Politically Correct and Mendacious says:

    The revenge of the Cameroons is sure and true….

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  27. 70
    Wob says:

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      Mary Whitehouse RIP says:

      I watched a programme on the television this morning which I can only describe as filth

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    Reblogged this on maltbyblogger and commented:
    What has this country become … … ???

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  29. 79
    green ink says:

    tactless thing to do in any event … I would suggest not intentional to show to camera but an editorially questionable way of interviewing the PM and seeking to draw him into any comment on supposed names or otherwise.

    The opportunity to get the message over that anyone with child abuse information should contact the police is creditable and well made ….but it
    was clumsily evinced by Philip Schofield.

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  30. 81
    david says:

    So Schofield could get the sack, well he could always do Guido’s might make a better fist of it, he’s got very boring lately, I mean a few years ago that list would have been already on this site…..well only if they were Labour politicians of course.

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  31. 83
    Glenda The Wicked Witch says:

    Thank you Dave. You’re right to tell people to stop hunting witches – there are far worse tossers out there to hunt.

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  32. 86
    CIA says:

    Long term career expectancy for Phil 1/10

    Life expectancy (courtesy of scottish freesmasons) nil.

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  33. 90
    Dick Scratcher says:

    https://twitter.com/RobWilson_RDG

    Everyone should tweet this moron. Now. JFDI.

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  34. 93
    Fenton says:

    What a prat Schofield is. Having said that I have it on good authority (the internet) that the Queen is a shape shifting lizard. I’m minded to hand her name over to David Cameron and demand an investigation.

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    • 115
      Anonymous says:

      shape shifting is an illusion.
      plenty out there. the lizard for sure wants your energy. Any movement towards a deep change and it will get you. It is the long length of the tongue. The long arm of the law was just that, a mere illusion, as it exists to protect. those who are protected.
      no worries….world is still outstandingly kind. sun still shines. birds still chirp and new life always emerge.

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      • 127
        Blimey says:

        Sounds as if you have lots of evidence of wrongdoing? Why not take it along to the police? You could take your solicitor with you as a witness that you have given them the evidence?

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    • 130
      Tom Catesby says:

      May be danger of a witch hunt against reptiles.

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    • 134
      XXX says:

      Fenton have you been on the funny stuff, those pain killing opioids can give you nasty trips, seeing strange shapes and distorting what you are looking at, I had one once in hospital, when I came round I asked what I had taken, they said a morphine derivative, I told them no more I would put up with the pain

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    • 191
      nice one Fenton says:

      Fenton
      Fenton

      Fenton!

      Fenton!!!!!

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  35. 102
    He makes me sick to the pit of my stomach says:

    25 years to the day from the Enniskillen Poppy Day massacre, and on the day Corporal Channing Day was laid to rest in Comber, Co Down, this pathetic posturing poser of a Prime Minister was sitting on the This Morning sofa chatting to Phil and Holly….if he had any gumption or decency, Cameron would have been in Northern Ireland today at the service in Co Fermanagh, having first visited to the family of Miss Day to offer his sympathy for the loss of their daughter, who he sent to her death.

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    • 107
      Anonymous says:

      Er Mr Cameron did not send troops to Afghanistan dick head. Mr Blair did on the advice of ‘not a bullet will be fired’ Lord Dr Reid.

      So engage brai

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      • 117
        He makes me sick to the pit of my stomach says:

        who is Prime Minister?

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        • 193
          The Prime Minister says:

          Apparently, on the 5th of June in 15003 BC, a Mr Ug of the second tree on the left past the old mammoth skull, was hit on a head by someone who was an early indigenous Brit.

          I must apologise for this heinous act.

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      • 177
        Blowing Whistles says:

        If there was a list of people – the most reviled by the public

        Tony Blair would in my humble opinion must be number one.

        With the public being told every day by the press that they are a free press and that we live in a democracy

        I would like to see Mr Blair executed for his crimes against humanity – why?
        Because it would teach a lesson to every other MP and prospective Prime Minister that it is we the public who are your Masters – something they seem to have forgotten.

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      • 178
        Blowing Whistles says:

        If there was a list of people – ‘The most hated by the public’

        Tony Blair would in my ‘humble’ opinion be number one.

        With the public being told every day by the MSM / press that they are a ‘free’, ‘open’ and ‘transparent’ MSM / press and that we live in a democracy

        I would like to see Mr Blair executed if found guilty before a properly convened court for his crimes against humanity – why?
        Because it would teach a lesson to every other MP and prospective Prime Minister that it is we the public who are your Masters – something so many of them seem to have forgotten for some or other reason.

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  36. 112
    Arthur Askin says:

    Do ITV pay their presenters through service companies?

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  37. 121
    anon says:

    Is there anyone out there who imagined a ‘gay witch-hunt’ before Cameron put the idea in their heads? Talk about incitement!

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    • 172
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Cameron specifically mentioned the gay matter ‘first’ – and with no prompting from Schofield.

      It was in Cameron’s mind therefore. He Cameron made the link to Gay/paedo – no one else did.

      Take note of that.

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      • 195
        Anonymous says:

        cam is creating a smokescreen.
        or is losing the balance. the latter? incompetence is a global virus.

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  38. 124
    Anonymous says:

    Why do people fall for the left wing Tory smokescreen. Everyone knows that it is the Trade Union movement which has a virtual monopoly of sexual deviance and child abuse.

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  39. 125
    abcott says:

    Dave didn’t seem terribly committed to tackling the vilest of crimes, did he? Did he just make up that gay witch-hunt thing on the spot?

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  40. 128
    Tom Catesby says:

    Wilson’s Ofcom letter, ah!, the sound of the Tories closing ranks.

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  41. 132
    Sir Barnabas Scudamore says:

    Has anyone else found the story on the internet about Schofield ?

    Apparently he was arrested in 1983 in New Zealand for performing sexual acts upon an 11 year old school boy.

    He left the country later that year and used his connections to get a job at the BBC in London.

    He spoke to his good friend Sir Jimmy Saville.

    What job did he get at the BBC ?

    Was it reading the news ? Was it presenting the weather ? Was it light hearted comedy ?

    NOPE

    He became a CHILDREN’S presenter and later did “going Live”.

    No wonder Schofield is desparate to put up a smoke screen – his name will come up when the saville investigation gets into full swing.

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    • 137
      anonymous says:

      Link?

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    • 147
      Halibut Hall says:

      Bloody Hell , I’m having a job keeping up !!

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    • 158
      Pansy Potter says:

      Yes its true I remember it well. it didn’t take long

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    • 160
      Skeletons in the cupboard says:

      And that’s not all there is to know about Mr Schofield is it Phillip?

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      • 196
        Anonymous says:

        regardless of ego activities….duck, dive, smokecreens, diversions,
        it is a subject whose time has come.
        someone needs to vomit everything out.

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        • 198
          Sir Barnabas Scudamore says:

          Schofield does have a history in New Zealand – he was actually arrested and bailed for sexual assualt on an 11 year old school boy.

          He worked at the BBC during saville’s time

          Saville spoke of his “admiration” for the Children’s presenter.

          Schofield is one of the big names that will come out when the real investigation gets under way into the saville affair.

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  42. 139
    Fed Up says:

    Remember Leon leaving Britian under a cloud

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  43. 140
    Ehtch says:

    I want my tory nazzie scalps,

    Chile botherers especially,

    You can hide, but you can’t run far, little piggies!

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    • 197
      Ehtch says:

      I you don’t want to shoot/hang/drown/electrocute/inject/throttle/quarter/hotiron them establishment, I would do it, for a tiny fee, for the good of manhood.

      Lived in Chester when this was going on, and even being an RAF armed forces man on the street, was told and could sense something peculiar was going on then in the cross-border community of there.

      A song for Chester and Deeside, to say no hard feelings. with a young fella – well he was almost as good looking aa me – knew on first name terms, he used to call me Taffy, and I, well, used to, basically, call him Danny. The ladies were around us like foies on hirse shit they were. Remember Blimpers down the road from the station Danny, when I got your younger arse slaughtered out of your tree? How many times you told me that you love the taffs was, frankly, needy, and fucking pathetic Danny.

      Clip of Danny here,

      and ok ok Danny, so both your parents are half welsh, just change the fucking record will you and do some wimmin shagging, as I tried to tell him, back in the day.

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      • 199
        Ehtch says:

        Danny was 20/21/and I was 26/27, and no, I was not after his arse – we just seem to bump into each other, and bond(!). I have that way with people. Know loads. Never send them xmas cards though, otherwise they will be phoning me up all hours.

        Couple of other people of same net in time, me being some sort of guru to them, in a little way,

        And they do like to say Huw, my name, instead of you in song, after I gave them outlines for lyrics, since I am bit of a part time poet. All distance communicating though, apart from Alison, from Middlesex Poly/Uni, in ’89… but don’t tell her girlfriend, oh no!

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        • 203
          Ehtch says:

          Had to join in on the odd occassion with mates/clan for a bit of baseball/cricket bats, but the threat was good enough. We lay it in your hands, establishment judges, sort your corner out. If not, see above….

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          • Ehtch says:

            Strted this degree course, since I nothing better to do than look after my sick parents, and flew the first year, but one lecturer, he was a local JP, and for some reason he picked on me, maybe he didn’t have his glasses on, and he thought must that I was eighteen rather than ex RAF Royal Sigs SAS FFL twenty years older than that, because I realy tore stripes off him after class.

            Called him a freemason headfuck and everything, I threw the whole book at him. But what got to me, he also picked on this young lad, who he obviously thought I was at first, who he then picked on, who only the week before helped him when the battery of his car got knicked up the road.

            That JP will even still remember me now, because he knew he met more his match that day, from his closed perverted JP masonic land.

            And don’t ask me what my french name was in the FFR, because I won’t tell you.

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          • Ehtch says:

            Could hit a gnat’s cock off at hundred yards – they were all after me. Even get the local constabulary asking me to be an instructor to their numbnut armed local ones.

            Police armed coppers – what a fucking shower of shite! Been to their range when they were in “training”, and I asked “what are these fucking round holes doing up by here?”. I didn’t like the excuses. Fucking shower of knob bellends.

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          • Ehtch says:

            secret of a gun, shove th supplied wire brush lightly oiled as much as you can, off action. Hever get jams then in action, to kill with repeated rounds. And oh yes of course, have all your several available pockets stuffed full of exchange magazines, and practice to death in how quickly you can fucking change magazines – might help in a firefight against a tribe. But these days with brit cops, it is really just a one shot situation, unless you get a numbnut happy trigger copper that thinks a granny that is taking her hanky out is going for a gun. But you never know, copper,
            it happened in the Odessa File, a grandmother with a fucking submachine gun, see the film for the marvellous clip, before she got taken out, the granny nazzie,

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  44. 141
    Damo says:

    “Labour’s 100 year secrecy order on Operation Ore”

    I never knew that. That’s mental. And highly suspicious.

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  45. 142
    Damo says:

    But seriously, thousands more children are hurt every year due to accidents rather than child abuse. My dear nephew broke his leg on a skiing holiday, people should be wary of the dangers the Alpines pose to children.

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  46. 144
    Steve P says:

    Is Guido OBJECTING to letters of delation?

    When did you last send one yourself?

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  47. 148
    Knob Ed & Twatson says:

    We’ve been giving advice to Schofield about getting onto bandwagons.

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  48. 150
    nadine says:

    After todays little antics it seems that if a member of the media in interviewing a member of the Government goes in a bit hard he or she is going to be hung out to dry .

    The other thing which I thought should be pretty obvious is that in this day and age a member of the Government simply does not give off the cuff interviews .

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  49. 153
    Uvegotissoos says:

    Well done Rob Wilson, Tory MP for Madchester South, IQ greater than his sock size (just). That Schofield, he really needs a kicking, not like the peados need investigating.

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  50. 156
    Ehtch says:

    What ever really happened to Johnny Vaughan, I sometimes ask Wiggo and Jacky Lee? But Jacky just says “Johnny who?” which is fair enough, I suppose, since she is in Canada these days,

    WIGGO WIGGO, more your end of leg cc’s without needing gas, a vid from an old mate from the Medway, yes, in Kent, about his mam that got on a pushbike, which is yes nice, brilliant stuff it is, almost hanky time, for tears that is…

    Dad was welsh, I have heard….

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    • 184
      Ehtch says:

      2:20 – met Rita at the tocyn – classic welsh, trans to english as – met Rita at the sandwich, from their saddle bags.

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  51. 169
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Such Moral indignation by an MP at P Schofiled!!!

    The whole system of ‘cover ups’ by the few for the fews benefit is ‘broken’

    Its what the twat Cameron said ‘our Broken society’ – now which society would that be exactly Mr Camoron?

    http://www.keeppoliticsoutofpolicing.co.uk/why-i-call-on-nick-king-to-resign-if-elected/

    Sweet as a nut.

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  52. 170
    Pmaxted says:

    The eyes of the PM when Philip Schofield confronts him with the now notorious ‘list’.

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  53. 173
    Dinchara says:

    The Prime Minister’s spokesman said in a briefing: “We should not have a trial by Twitter. People should not be throwing about unsubstantiated allegations.”

    He added: “There are lots of accusations flying round and many accusations on the internet. We need to be very careful.

    “If there are allegations, they need to be looked at properly in the right way by the relevant authorities. People need to be cautious of the fact that naming names could have implications for future criminal prosecutions.”

    The relevant authorities have done a great job in the past when it comes to these type of investigations and inquiries haven’t they?

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    • 180
      Anonymous says:

      Yes exactly. We know we can rely on trial by the establishment.

      Story in Daily Star of how an underage boy accused senior figures, including Tories – disappeared soon after.

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    • 186
      Blowing Whistles says:

      The emphasis of that ‘jargon’ appears to be that we should trust the “relevant authorities” – and which so called but not named ‘relevant authority’ has not been suborned to the hand of the powerful figures in authority to date?

      Thye jargon goes on to mention “… be cautious…” – A certain society pride themselves on their wordings such as “I was taught to be cautious…” Huh!

      Some of us have taught ourselves to be ‘clinical’ and ‘incisive’ when we come up aginst those who have taught themselves about being cautious.

      Jah bu Bollox.

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  54. 175
    Escaping Goat says:

    Does anyone know if this website is run by Philip Schofield? http://www.seancopland.com/articles/sex_offenders_register_free_online_search.html

    I just knew he was a clever fella. It would make sense if he had moved quickly to find a paying wage to replace the salary from itv.

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  55. 183
    Ehtch says:

    Wholesome song for here,
    on in from my simple land.
    Creatures feeding living,
    mind so say some bland.
    .
    Could be true play chess,
    close to chest facinated.
    Some perverted though,
    pawn moves try created.

    Watch one’s back, old boy, been several times told, so much, I have a fucking cricked neck. Anyway, song from Wales, via Germany, of all places,

    Da bo pawb, pob hwyl i chi, pob man.

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  56. 194
    The Prime Minister says:

    People of Britain … Don’t fuck about …

    if you have information that you think the police should investigate …

    give it to the fucking police!!

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    • 201
      Ehtch says:

      Yes!

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    • 208
      Dave S says:

      Will the Prime Minister give an assurance that any information given to the police will be filed away in an appropriate manner, and be secured against anyone who is remotley interested in using it, and so continue the process perfected over the last forty years.

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  57. 200
    Ehtch says:

    Hope this will put to bed, comments sbove, that tory twit, picking on poor ol’ Cornish Phil Schofield. A Cornish song for Phil, all,

    Any good Phil? I think so, Kernow a canu i ti bach, yn y beidu o’r byw gyda y twllau tory. : )

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  58. 206
    Truth Speaker says:

    Paedophile perverts think that their behaviour is normal and acceptable. They think the children involved enjoy it!

    Homosexuals think that their behaviour is normal ….

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  59. 221
    bill says:

    this country is in the toilet.

    run by money grabbing lawyers and accountants an out of control media and agents of the media.it is now more prejudiced and bigotted than ever.if i hear eton school used as a chippy class tool again i will scream..

    schofield should be suspended.

    the only glimmering hope is that our economy looks like it is recovering even though we are still borrowing far to much money.

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  60. 222
    Filip Filipovich says:

    What a poorly written letter. I’m appalled an MP would write this, knowing it would be seen by a lot of people, with such a disregard for correct syntax, grammar and punctuation. It reads almost as badly as the independent’s ‘i’. I know this isn’t the heart of the matter exactly, but it highlights a somewhat sloppy nature on this guy’s part, and completely undermines any vestige of credibility he may have had.

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