November 12th, 2012

WATCH: Watson Opens Up About Unrequited Love


  1. 1
    another dickhead says:

    That fat Hunt is too cocky by far.


  2. 2
    Ugly and Uglier says:

    Dumb and Dumber
    Vile and Viler
    Punchable and Eminently Punchable


  3. 3
    Some of you have never forgiven the BBC for this says:


    • 10
      Anonymous says:

      Oh, grow up. Who cares about that interview now?

      In fact, the gran was probably right; the Belgrano was sailing away. So what? It was an enemy ship. Thatcher was wrong to have claimed otherwise. Either way, it doesn’t excuse the self-inflicted train crash that the BBC is currently experiencing.


      • 108
        Backs2thewall says:

        Actually High Bischeno sheds light on Thatcher’s Belgrano difficulty in his excellent book, Razor’s Edge; apparently the then defense secretary John Nott (remember him, useless) committed the government to the line and Thatcher, unwilling to dump her defense secy in the middle of a war (having lost Carrington at the FCO) felt obliged to stick to it. The whole exclusion zone bollox was dreamt up by the FCO who were even then, still trying to sabotage the military operation. The exclusion zone was a nonsense anyway, the argentine carrier 25th Mayo could launch Mirage fighters from 200 miles outwith the zone; the line should have been, we’re at war, all enemy ships, planes and men are targets end of.


    • 12
      Feeling down says:

      Thatcher and Churchill , real leaders , of my once great nation.
      Labour have systematically dismantled it , I do not think it will ev be repairable.
      Someone reassure me we can once more be a great nation.


      • 17
        Ed Miliband says:



      • 42
        ENGLAND says:

        Come the three corners of the world in arms,
        And we shall shock them. Nought shall make us rue,
        If England to itself do rest but true.

        King John. Act v. Sc. 7.


      • 102
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Some just do not want to look back at “WHAT WE NOW KNOW” about Churchill and his many ‘vices’ – that is part of the problem. BLAIR AND HIS Luvvies have so often compared Blair to Churchill – many ought to think about the more surreal comparison made ther.


    • 16
      Mornington Crescent says:

      Forgiven? For what? Demolishing some CND biddie with those pesky things called facts?

      Perhaps you might like her accurate portrayal of Labour’s economic policy:


    • 69
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      Thanks for posting that. I’d forgotten what it was like to have a senior politician who believed in the UK and gave no quarter to either external or internal enemies of the State. Baroness thatcher remains the most potent politician of the second half of the 20th Century.


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      • 93
        BodMot says:

        + googolplex


        • 95
          Living in 98 percent white Merseyside (with a view towards 99% white N. Wales) says:



          • The wizz says:

            May I remind you that the United Kingdom were crying out for strong Government, when they got it they didn’t like it. However, discerning folk realised that the Trades Union were out to decimate the UK. What followed was a strong leader who changed this Country from the ‘Poor Man of Europe’ back to ‘Great Britain’. The only complaints come from the disenfanchised Labour movement. Lets hope another leader will take this Country back to those days.


  4. 4
    Tom Watson says:

    Thats when i am not ripping tights of people in taxis.


  5. 5
    tOM wATSON says:

    Please. I am a serious politician, a father, a fighter, a lover, and a fat c’unt.


  6. 7
    What Tom actually thought he was doing says:

    Tom didn’t realise he was at a karaoke event. He thought he was ordering a takeaway using cockney rhyming slang.

    “Ruby ruby ruby murray, curry.”


  7. 8
    stroppycow-gooner4ever!!!!!! says:

    Slug pellets anyone?


  8. 9
    smoggie says:

    Wincingly embarrassing. Is he on drugs perchance?


  9. 11
    Starwars Fan says:

    Your performance Jabba the Hutt in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi was superb – even though you’ve put on a few pounds since.


  10. 13
    Fitbad the Tailor says:

    David Brent with glasses.


  11. 14
    Operation Crossbow says:

    How can you fall in love with your right hand?


  12. 15
    smo­ggie says:

    Is Watson on dru­gs in that scene? Will?!!


  13. 18
    robbie says:

    After that horrid effort I think the Kaiser Chiefs will make way for the Weimar Kings


  14. 19
    stoicfnord says: i guess its best just to lay out insults and fat jokes eh?

    Well done. Nice to see the Right providing exceptional debate and discussion skills. Keep up the good work!


    • 22
      Cake Thief says:

      Yes or no, was Will Straw arrested and cautioned for attempting to deal Cannabis?


      • 25
        stoicfnord says:

        Three points:

        1 : So far most comments here are about weight.

        2: If we are scaling people based on who they talk to/company they keep im sure you can find a great many others who have more odious associations. We can play the game of naming, cant we?

        Or you might actually want to debate the points made, as opposed to delivering Ad Hominem attacks. (Well not you specifically, since you actually made a cogent point)

        3: IIRC he was 17 at the time. How long until said offence is spent in your eyes? We might talk about rehabilitation of offenders then.

        Decent discussion is there to be had. All that’s needed is reasoned people on both sides to have it. Posting a Karaoke video in an attempt to take the piss is beneath us (Left, Center and Right)


        • 39
          jgm2 says:

          You couldn’t reason with the Maximum Imbecile even while he was destroying the UK economy. He was though, apparently, upset about being called ‘fat’.

          Oblivious to being called an incompetent, economy destroying jackass (which he is) but upset about being called ‘fat’ (which he is).

          Some people’s priorities eh.


        • 40
          Cake Thief says:

          When it comes to dealing drugs, the answer is never.


        • 43
          1984 says:

          You couldn’t reason with the Maximum Imbecile even while he was destroying the UK economy. He was though, apparently, upset about being called ‘fat’.

          Oblivious to being called an incompetent, economy destroying jackass (which he is) but upset about being called ‘fat’ (which he is).

          Some people’s priorities eh.


        • 51
          CORRIGENDUM says:



        • 75

          I have just read your blog.

          Am I the only person in a massive 118 hits who has not got a clue what you stand for or what your posts mean?


        • 101
          Youareaminority says:

          But this is what they do here.there is only one point of view and that is ours.We will shout down any opposition to our fanatical beliefs .Welcome to narrowmindsat, you are wasting your,e intelligence on them.


    • 96
      Anonymous says:

      when we do not have the info, what can you do.
      Government secrecy is the issue.
      The political class in its entirety is complicit.

      why do we think that the Queen has our best interests at heart?
      like Bliar, she may have her best interests at heart.
      why are state secrets revealed to her? why should prince charles use his privileged position to bother the government?

      once we start questioning, we may disover the power we have to affect change, if left, right and centre they are all the same, our focus should be elsewhere. If in the meantime, we continue to innocently give our power away, then why be surprised if we continue to behave like kids and are treated as such. We must be paradise land for kiddie users.


  15. 21
    Cake Thief says:

    Has anyone told Watson he’s hanging around with a drug dealer.


  16. 23

    Why do people with the least talent think that they are the centre of the universe?


  17. 26
    Tim Davie says:

    Don’t ask me anything, I’m just the DG. Wibble.


  18. 27
    Rat's arse says:

    Ah yes, Will Straw, grandson of a conchie, and T.Watson, grandson of……..?
    Any suggestions?


  19. 28
    Better off than a retiring DG says:


    • 36
      Marmite says:

      Well no: 26, you can thank one T.Bliar for the Human rights fiasco, which HE & his lousy party introduced a year after they first got elected, and being as BLiar’s wife is a human rights Lawyer, guess who has made shed loads of money from this?


      • 44
        Jobs for the wives says:

        And Mrs Ed Miliband is an environmental lawyer whose husband was secreatary of state at the Department of Energy and Climate Change.


      • 78
        CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

        thank Lord Sugar for donating £400k to Labour before the last election a reward for producing such a stunning judicary.


  20. 29
    Jack Daw says:

    Fat boy…


  21. 31
    Jimmy says:

    “Let it never be said that romance is dead…”

    Go on…


  22. 32
    geekparent says:

    Bet he’d be good in the jungle too


  23. 34
    Ants in the pants says:

    I can’t understand why the Dispsy blonde didn’t do her shirt up.


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  25. 46
    Piers attacks a Peer says:


  26. 49
    Placebo says:

    Fugly mong!


  27. 52
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    Another Karaoke track our Tommy Boy may be interested in singing to:
    “I’m Bunter, B!lly Bunter, they call me grub hunter…”


  28. 57
    Michael Fucking Parkinson says:

    I’ve met 100s of interesting people.


  29. 59
    Carry Oke says:

    By special request:


  30. 60
    Justin Poofy Boots. says:

    The master of self deception Tom Watson makes you want you want puke.


  31. 62
    Fatso watson watch says:

    This is for all you fuckers who posted that I have gone silent the last four or five days. Enjoy


  32. 63
    Justin Poofy Boots. says:

    The master of self deception
    Tom Watson makes you want
    2 puke.


  33. 64
    dunstall says:

    Shortlist of two announced by Labour for Rotherham by election both white wimmin and dosnt look like either have got any connexion with Rotheram so no change there!!!!!


  34. 73
    I don't nee d no doctor says:

    Tom Watson was too cowardly to attend the HOC today.


  35. 92

    Step aside.

    What the fuck does that mean?


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  37. 103
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Noted – how up in arms the MP’s and the free British Press & Media! are about the Fat Cat pay off of Entwistle rather than the sickly cover up of generational child abuse that has been going on …

    Speaks volumes of where their agendas lie.

    Haven’t heard a proper peep from Macalpine on the despicable ‘child abuse’ that has gone on – that speaks volumes too.


  38. 106
    Guardianista says:

    If you’re having a go at Watson then presumably this is a pre-emptive character assasination strike before the prelude to him dropping another bombshell?

    Let’s wait and see what Private Eye has to say tomorrow.


  39. 107
    Barleyfiddler says:

    ” Alimentary my dear Watson. “


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