November 16th, 2012

Guardian’s Steve Bell In Full Conspiracy Mode

Ah, the puppet master. Never gets old…


126 Comments

  1. 1
    Kebab Time says:

    The Guardian is a comic right? (an unfunny one , but a comic)

    • 11
      Texas Jim says:

      Guido you are too close to the London chattering classes.

      No one in the real world reads the Guardian. End of.

    • 14
      kosher psyop "order order" says:

      But, but, I thought Guido kept telling everyone he’s Oirish, drinks Guinness, recites Joyce and backs the gee gees.

      If you love polishing shmekels so much, kosher boy, why don’t you fuck off to Tel Aviv, and take the other two n’onces, smoggie and ac1, with you.

      • 22
        Dirty Desmond says:

        before you go Gweeds, there’s some shit on me knob wants cleaning up after a big session with the rent boys last night celebrating the incineration of a few hundred more crocodiles in Gaza. you don’t think I pay you £50k for writing in that rag, do you?

      • 26
        The Tosser in No 10 says:

        which reminds me – can I be sure that Mr Catarrdah is comfortable and has all he needs? Is his new home to his complete satisfaction and does he have all the food and other comforts that he requires?

      • 43

        Get to Friday prayers, kosher psyops – Imshi!! You rag.head apologist akroot.

    • 19
      Arse bandit of old England. says:

      Isn’t there supposed to be an element of dry humour in a cartoon? Bell’s efforts are always well drawn but always so prissily sincere and lacking in humour… As regards Israel the left had better get used to the idea of it being round because the only way it’s going to disappear is after a “very very big war”, not something we should be encouraging. Support Israel and support freedom!

    • 101
      Barry Soetero says:

      You have to admit that is a great cartoon

  2. 2
    Old Holborn says:

    I notice the banks got bailed out.

  3. 3
    The Grouniad/BBC Axis of Evil - aka the Biased Bullshit Cuntz says:

    We’re proud to employ Polly and other sparkling Prograssives

  4. 4

    He knows when he is likud.

  5. 5
    The Organ Grinder's Monkey says:

    I seem to remember when Tony Balir was someone’s puppet. The puppet/puppetmaster image has been used for centuries as a way of diminishing people.

    • 27
      Pooh sticks says:

      He was a poodel!

      • 45
        Dignity on a tin-tack says:

        Poodle on a stick, puppet on a string, pigs bladder on a gravy train. They are all of a muchness. There are few really original insults in politics, but a cartoonist has to keep churing them out to make a living.

  6. 6
    B Boyd says:

    The BBC and Guardian would have loved the title ‘National Socialist Party’. then give it an anti-Semitic twist for added attraction…

  7. 7
    CT says:

    He is the world’s least original/amusing cartoonist.

  8. 8
    Michael Fucking Parkinson says:

    I’ve met 100s of interesting people.

  9. 9
    Confused of Barking says:

    the BBC is either anti Israel or anti Palestinian. both sides can’t be right?

    and lets face it, Guido is not really ever right on much, although he is a very good troll.

  10. 11
    Judge says:

    So you are all in favour of spoofing the prophet

    But when it comes to taing off this r a s i s t colonialist

    You get all upset

    Shuv your hypocricy up your ass

  11. 15
    b j throbb says:

    Mention of bell-ends… I don’t recall a Guido obit for Sir Stuart Bell-end. Perhaps best left to rot in peace?

  12. 17
    Pulling Strings says:

    Obama is trying pull the Egyptian PM strings. Not working.

  13. 18
    Y fronts says:

    We want press freedom

    Except for those who attack me

  14. 20
    Do Guardianistas ever venture outside of North London except to visit Tuscany? says:

    Time to face reality.

    Election for mayor of London. Constant reporting in the press

    Election for PCCs outside of London. No reporting in the press.

    This is the real bias in our London centric media.

  15. 28
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    But in which way is the cartoon mistaken? You only had to hear Vague on the radio this morning saying the point was to be even handed – and then say it was all the fault of Hamas.

  16. 32
    Narcissistic Sociopath says:

    Stick a rocket up all the leader’s arses and let me rule the world. Easy.I am promise to close down the BBC if you do and burn the witch Sally to the Stake. Howzabout that guys and girls.

  17. 33
    The Guardian says:

    We have a common purpose and that is to be racists against Israel. We can’t wait for the islamic take over of the world when all us leftie bed wetters and mongs will be first against the wall………oh…………..er………………hang on…………

  18. 34
  19. 36
    Arnold J Rimmer says:

    GODWINS !!!!

  20. 40
    nellnewman says:

    Why would anybody read the graudian?

    • 44
      Neutral My Ass says:

      They have introduced new torture techniques thus forcing people to read their shiite. Getting them to actually buy their shiite involves extreme forms of gaslighting

    • 94
      Buster Gasket says:

      To get a job with Pravda aka BBC News

  21. 42
    Quaesitum ad fontem solos deducere verpos says:

  22. 49
    Servicemen Dying for Nothing says:

    Well said Pantsdown.
    At least you have personal military experience, unlike Dave and Tone.
    Thanks for stating the obvious about Afghanistan.

    • 56
      Marlborough's Ghost says:

      You don’t need to be a military genius, or even an old soldier to know that the Afghan adventure is well past its sell-by date. The British army should pull out immediately.

      • 72
        Norman Stanley Fletcher says:

        The Divided Kingdom had two goes (I think) at Afghanistan in the 19th century, which both failed. Then the Soviet Union, with all its military resources, failed in the 1980s. Now the DK and USA are going to fail together. Why is the pattern obvious to all of us outside the ruling classes, but not to those inside the Wastemonster/Shitehall village? How many more gypsy bikers (great song, Bruce) have to come home in coffins before we get the feck out?

    • 102
      Fed up of politicians sending young ment to their deaths in pointless military adventures. says:

      And no more foreign military adventures and no supply of arms or materiels to countries engaged in civil wars. These countries are not strategic to British interests.
      Keep out of all these conflicts rusty Dave and vague Hague.

  23. 53
    Synic says:

    Modbot is protecting Vague the Banker again.

  24. 64
    Hank the Cat says:

    Steve Bell got his style of cartoons my copying the pro Nazi party papers in the 1930s, saw a comparison side by side a couple of years ago, almost identical

    • 74
      Norman Stanley Fletcher says:

      He’s about as subtle as a house brick. No doubt he’d have been chucking his share of bricks through windows on Kristal Nacht if he’d been there at the time.

    • 98
      Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

      I can believe that. His ‘cartoons’ merely pander to the readers’ political prejudices, reinforcing them. Nothing original or humourous about them.

  25. 68
    Deep Froat says:

    Ein Reich, ein Volk, ein Grauniad eh?

  26. 73
    Anonymous says:

    This is such a ridiculous juxtaposition. You stirring little fuckwit. And the bulk of the people who write comments on your blog appear to be mentally imbalanced, which speaks volumes.

  27. 75
    Mulberry says:

    For the absence of doubt, Bell’s cartoon is the left half of the picture posted, the right half is an old Nazi propaganda picture.

    Bell’s cartoon
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/cartoon/2012/nov/15/israel-gaza

    Arguably it’s a bad choice of image, although the thrust of the latter that it is part of an incumbent government’s electoral strategy is somewhat different to the silent global conspiracy idea of the former.

    Question being, does the objection here mean that Bell is only allowed to present in a cartoon the idea that political leaders in country X are conducting policies to orchestrate a desired international reaction if country X is not Israel? Or just that he should find a different way to do it?

  28. 79
    Narcissistic Sociopath says:

    What? No takers. Must be losing my touch. Damn. :)

    Ok I will put Tom Watson’s balls in a food blender too.

  29. 81
    Billy Macwang says:

    Seems to me there’s a fair few Daily Mail readers posting on here while they’re checking nipping for a quick finger-bang over Hitler’s legacy or however they get off. The Times is as bad, it’s for cat fuckers in tweed who go ‘punting’ and have a picture of an Alsatian stuck to the wife’s face during copulation.

  30. 93
    Penfold says:

    Amazing.
    Such demonisation of Jews by a lefty.
    Litvinoff must be in a tailspin, particualrly as he was replaced by Molotov, so as to assuage Ribbintrop and the Nazi’s apathy towards Jews in general so as to facilitate the infamous Non-Agreesion Pact between Hitler and Stalin of Aug 1939.
    You would think, in this 21st Century, that we in the west would be rather loth to smear people by race or creed, particularly given our PC’ness.
    BUT, NO, Steve Bell feels that he has some divine right to demonise Jewry.
    Amazing, and needless to say no-one will be complaining to the rozzers that this is representative of race hatred and the author should be arrested in a dawn raid and questioned for hours by the filth.

    Yours thoroughly disgusted,

  31. 99
    Sir Oswald Motley says:

    Everything is now clear. The whole Saville/BBC/Guardian/Tory Party/Labour councillor/ Scotland Yard/Boys home Paedo row was created by Mossad to divert the BBC and the British Press from reporting on Israel buggering little Gazans.

  32. 100
    Anglicanus Ortus says:

    I have to ask: is there anything that either Israel or a Jewish person could do which would, in any circumstances whatsoever, get a negative reaction from Guido?

    As it stands, it seems like he’d be defending Jimmy Saville, provided Saville had been brought up in the synagogue and not the chapel.

  33. 112
    Hurf McDurf says:

    Of course, anyone who dares to be even remotely critical of Israel must secretly be a raving Nazi wanting to throw them into the sea.

    Fuck off Guido.

    • 113
      Loftytom says:

      Ah the old straw man argument, never mind the proposition that has been put forward, put your own deluded vesion of it forward and then rubbish it.

      Some might conclude that
      You’re a troll
      or
      Thick
      or
      an Antisemite

      Just to clarify one may, and indeed should criticise Bibi, one should not use racist stereotypes.
      Here to help.

  34. 114
  35. 115
    aGente DeMousse says:

    Those retractions in full. NB Guido:
    Giles Coren ‏@gilescoren
    I don’t approve of this apologising on Twitter thing, but I kicked off from a dumb misconception abt the cartoon. I apologise to Steve Bell.
    Giles Coren ‏@gilescoren
    @clareewing twitter isn’t the journalistic world. no fact checking system in place. but i fell foul of poor research, yes. i’m a dick.
    Giles Coren ‏@gilescoren
    @DonnaInSussex no. i don’t like the cartoon. but my volcanic reaction was based on thinking he had drawn something else.

  36. 117
    keredybretsa says:

    The Guardianistas all in brown uniforms wearing jack boots and marching off to nowhere.

  37. 118
    Xavier Onassis says:

    I wouldn’t wipe my arse on the Guardian – well, maybe on Polly Toynbee’s page…

  38. 119
    @Ohthisbloodypc says:

    I’ve never met a funny fascist

    Steve Bell’s never been funny

    But I suspect we need a bit more evidence

  39. 120
    digitaltoast says:

    Sounds like Pat Condell had it about right when he called it “The Ugliest Newspaper in Britain”. http://youtu.be/GOgV6Fvc8wc

  40. 121
    Anonymous says:

    You’re free to misinterpret my cartoon as you see fit, but you’re not free to republish it without seeking my permission (I hold the copyright). Take it down please.
    Steve Bell

  41. 123
    Mike Daniels says:

    Funny to read comments complaining of anti-semitism, yet never dealing with the fact that anti-semitism is a reaction to anti-gentilism.

    The juwes aren’t the victims, they foment the wars and have the dumb goyim fight and die while they profit from it all then claim victimhood as everyone reacts to their evil treachery, they just whine and qvetch about everything and print an alternative version of history in their newspapers and programmes on TV.
    Thank God the Mexicans own Hollywood or we’d never get away from the whole horrocost myth revisted every year.

    Ultimately the only reason the above cartoon is inaccurate is because it doesn’t include the entire web of all major politicians across the entire Occident.

    OY Vey, ve kill and murder and slay our way through history, our professors teach the goyim they were the slavemasters, and they always unfairly blame us for our murders…I mean blood libel…it’s dere evil nazi fault, give reparations, I’m a survivor, give money make Moishe happy.

  42. 126
    Anonymous says:

    The commenter at No 72 above, who wrote that “Britain had two goes at Afghanistan in the 19th century, which both failed” is talking historical nonsense.

    All three Afghan Wars (during the 19th-early 20th centuries) in which Britain engaged, despite two early defeats, ended in ultimate victory and a successful achievement of the British war aims.

    These were to ensure that Russia was not able to use Afghanistan as a route to invade India, and to ensure that the ruler of Kabul remained neutral during any major conflict in the area in which Britain was engaged. It was never the aim to occupy Afghanistan in the long-term, much less to add it to the Empire.

    The current NATO war aims are to ensure that Al Quaeda is not able to use Afghanistan as a base from which to attack the West, and to ensure that any future Kabul regime is either friendly or neutral. These aims are perfectly achievable.


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