January 3rd, 2013

WATCH: Cameron Tells Kirchner Where to Go


298 Comments

  1. 1
    Kebab Time says:

    If it comes to it, we do have the ability to defend the Falklands right?

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    • 3
      Nothing better to do says:

      We could barely defend the Isle of Wight.

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      • 7
        Tachybaptus says:

        ‘We can’t defend the Isle of Wight ‘cos it’s much too dear,
        We must scrimp and save.
        Grand chickens in the House:
        Chuck a brick at Dave.’

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        • 117
          putting on innocent face says:

          We could put up as much of a defense as 8illy defending his back door.

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          • Larry Grayson says:

            Cameron’s so butch!

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          • Really? says:

            Dave is so brave, he really tells those Argies where to stick it. You know, the same Argies that we have given in DfID aid, £458 million pounds.

            You couldn’t make this shit up.

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          • Anonymous says:

            I don’t actually want to pay a bunch of sheep farming oil barons. They should pay for their own defence.

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          • Aunt Mat says:

            Fight, Fight, Fight.

            We must have a war if Dave is to win the next election.

            We could win this one.
            It would be like the Olympics all over again.

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          natural Tory voter says:

          I don’t like to make disparaging remarks about people on these sort of comment boards as they can’t really reply directly, but Kirchner really is an ugly bitch.

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      • 95
        Rage Against the Political Elite says:

        The State has been fighting a Phoney Drug War for the last 30yrs.. We are at WAR in Afghanistan for over A decade. We are waging a made up War against Terrorism.. Seems we have ran out of Money.. Our Weak Finacial status will embolden all of our adversaries and a real situation could prevail that we would not be able to defend ourselves.. Well done to the Political Elite.. Just remind me who it is you are working for?

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    • 8
      misterned says:

      Yes we could easily defend them.

      I just wish Cameron would also allow the people of this country the same right to self-determination as the people of the Falklands.

      Give us an in or out Referendum on EU membership Cameron you obnoxious little shit.

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    • 13
      Rodger & Doubt says:

      One submarine armed with cruise missiles could slowly take out airports runways, explode torpedoes in the harbours, then destroy railway bridges, motorway bridges. 1 Sub could bring Argentina to its knees in one week and if you’re that way inclined, with no loss of life.

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      • 96
        Expat Geordie says:

        Just tell her that the first one will go through her bedroom window at the Casa Rosada. When her own physical safety is on the line then she might think twice.

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        • 184
          Chicken-Licken says:

          Drone, drone,,drone…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Bang

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        • 281
          Anonymous says:

          Grow up. They can come here and do the same.

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            1. The Argies don’t have Tomahawk cruise missiles.

            2. Would it be such a loss if they did put one through Camerons bedroom window?

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      • 225
        Anonymous says:

        I thought we now have an Army Garrison based in the Falklands, considering the state of Argentina i dont think they are much of a threat. They do this sabre rattling every time the silly woman is down in the polls, what on earth does she lok like !

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      The problem can be solved in a minute. Over the unternet, we can offer the _/Argentine People/_ , themselves, all of them, a referendum on their future citizenship. Do they want to remain the oppressed citizens of this place run and tyrannized by that Rag-doll the Kirchneretta, or do they want to excahnge their passports for British ones?

      We can, as a separate question, ask them also if they would like Argentina to be offered Full Union with the UK. This would mean two things:-

      (1) Their own government, and all its political apparatus, can be junked,
      (2) They can then as individuals visit the Falklands any time they like – and vice versa. Their rag-doll makes so much of how close they are to Argentina: let’s rub her nose in the fact.

      The Argentines are, as every child of six knows, Italians, stuck among Inca-bongo-bongo-people, forced to speak Spanish, forced to use US dollars, and whose overarching desire is to be English (witness names like “Mr Wilson Pedrosa” for example.

      This will be a one-stone-solution to a multi-bird-problem.

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      • 127
        Engineer says:

        Silly boy. Why would we want to take on board the problems of a country even more skint than the one we’ve already got?

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        • 211

          We can take on their debt, and then repudiate it. See if the bondholders decide to come after us or not. I bet you 5p that “all the anticolonial nations that reject colonialism in all its forms, will be relieved and breath easier, and we shall be privately patted on the back while Banky-Moon (or whatever his name is) isn’t looking.

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        • 214

          As War Secretary, I’m recommending that my Foriegn Sec offers Ireland Full Union too, with the same debt deal and the same outcome, which is to say: giving all its Eurocreditors integrated advice that concerns the combination of far travel with the sexual act. We can “do” Ireland as a trial run for the Argy-debt, with the advantage that the Irish are already our own brothers and sisters, and may even thank us warmly.

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      • 132
        VoteUkip says:

        Surely the Argies should be asking their indigenous people if they want to be ruled by European colonial breeds?

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        • 209

          They can’t…they’ve killed most of them, as was the European “colonial way”. And the remainder are stuck up in the hills, probably illiterate and starving.

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          • MB. says:

            I seem to remember a previous time when Argentina was wanting to colonise the Falklands that it was mentioned that there is one indigenous group who have been campaigning for their rights but suppressed by the Argentinian government.

            A quick search shows there are a number of groups that are suppressed by the Argentine government and have had their land sold to big companies.

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      • 145
        South of the M4 says:

        They could at least then achieve their objective of making it a ‘ 7 nations ‘ rugby tournament each winter. The prices charged by Cardiff’s Millenium Stadium would then pay off the debt of both countries within a decade.

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        • 217

          I don’t know nuffinck about Rugby, but I assume you are meaning it is expensive to go and see it there?

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          • South of the M4 says:

            Rugby. Wales’s National sport. The (UK) 5 Nations tournament became the 6 Nations when Italy joined. Argentina have longed to make it a 7 Nations.
            And yes, it is *ucking expensive. You are thus, very astute.

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          • Gonk III says:

            With the most appalling and disgraceful pitch.
            Majestic stadium, bird wader playing surface.

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    • 290
      Little Black Sambo says:

      “100 per cent backing”? That should worry the Falklanders.

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  2. 2
    Keith Chegwin says:

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2012/dec/31/labour-mp-gloria-de-piero

    another report that won’t see the light of day

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    • 68
      Sid the Sexist says:

      “‘It’s like I’m an axe murderer': MP tries to find out why voters hate politicians”

      If she got her tits out for the lads (and possibly some lasses), I might be pursuaded to change my mind.

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    • 123
      nellnewman says:

      hmm – why do we hate politicians?

      nothing to do with the fact that they were exposed as serious fraudsters?

      nothing to do with the fact that they don’t understand truth from lies

      nothing to do with the fact that folks like prezza, uddin, martin, bliar, alycampbell, gordon, davemiliband, have used their positions to feather their own nests very handsomely whilst doing sod all for the country.

      nothing to do with the fact that chuckusyamoney and de piero et al live a luxurious lifestyle at our expense , salting their own money away off shore whilst advocating we pay ever greater taxes.

      The piero woman is an idiot that she fails to understand this!

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      • 185
        Tautology Alert says:

        “The piero woman is an idiot”

        Woman. Idiot.

        Still, we have to employ them, because otherwise we’re (altogether now..) “sexist”.

        Even though women are idiots.

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    • 160
      Bluto says:

      In the article they get in another smear of Mitchell – “the chief whip’s insult to a police officer” – and make absolutely no mention of New Labour’s many crimes against the English people from 1997 to 2010.

      Labour incapable of waking up, let alone smelling the coffee.

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      • 261
        Really? says:

        I believe you will find those crimes, are still being committed today, by Red Dave and the Fabian coalition. Different suits, same agenda.

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  3. 4
    Nothing better to do says:

    Time to send a hunter killer sub and some ground forces I suspect. If only we had some spare.

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    • 5
      Cynical-old-bag says:

      All those subs decommissioned.

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    • 15
      misterned says:

      The air and sea around the Falklands is already defended by modern subs, ships, and aircraft. There is no way the Argentinians could ever invade. They would not get within 10 miles of land.

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    • 119
      Arfur Daley says:

      Psst. Want to buy some ‘arriers. Goin’ cheap they are. Give them Argies some wallop, they would.

      I can let yer have 30 now and more where they came from if yer want. Got some of them anigmar machines as well – been angin’ around for some time them have.

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  4. 6
    Nigel Garage MEP says:

    They need to be careful – another so-called “cast iron guarantee” from Dave

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  5. 9
    Snotsicle says:

    Glad he feels that the Falkland Islanders have the right to decide whether they wish to remain part of the UK.
    Shame that he doesn’t also feel that the citizens of the UK should have te right to decide whether they wish to remain part of the EU.

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    • 49
      Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

      Wish he showed the same concern for the poor beleaguered white Brits in Londistan. Bet no-one from the Falklands would want to live in their beloved capital if you paid them.

      Anyway he started this spat by naming some of Antarctica QE land. He knew it would antagonize the Argies.

      Still, the Little Englanders will love him for it. They like the idea that we still have an empire. In a way we do – millions of them live here.

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      • 162
        Bluto says:

        Don’t be such a twat. It’s not that “little Englanders” like the idea that we still have an empire (we don’t – it was pissed away by self-hating twats like you) but that lefties like you hate the idea of empire so much that even when its gone you want to resurrect the idea so that you can hate it some more.

        Piss off and apologise to a foreigner somewhere for something your ancestors did 400 years ago you sad twat.

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    • 121
      Operation Crossbow says:

      I see “cast iron Dave” has told the Falkland islanders that they have his support 100%.

      If I were them I’d start packing my bags straight away.

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  6. 10
    Cristina says:

    Gosh — you are impressive Dave — I’m wetting my knickers already.

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    • 27
      fruitcake says:

      I was going to have anchovies for tea…..

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    • 52
      Fit the best - Daverest says:

      When watching Cameron, it’s best to turn the sound down and imagine a voice saying: “I can ASSURE you, sir/madam, that our CAST IRON guarantee means that you can purchase our double glazing with FULL CONFIDENCE”.

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  7. 12
    Owen Jones says:

    UK’s problems are caused by: Right wing political bloggers 78% Labour 1% The Poor 9% Sex 3% MPs 0% Bad maths 9%.

    So there we have it !!!

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  8. 14
    nellnewman says:

    the leaders of south american states like christina and chavez don’t much understand self determination.

    But then wait a minute neither do the leaders of the eu including dave!

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    • 17
      Caught Short Dave says:

      Barry Buddy — lend us an aircraft carrier for a couple of months will ya?

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      • 25
        nellnewman says:

        Last I read the arge ntin ians were complaining because one or more of our nuclear subs were down there scaring their fish supplies so don’t think we need help from the fren ch or the US.

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    • 45
      Pansy Potter says:

      Without doubt Cristina and Dave fancy each other rotten, she says things that will allow him to sound Macho and push up his ratings, he will say things to annoy the Dagoes in reply, just a love game.

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  9. 16
    Eeyore says:

    Sounds like a cast iron guarantee to me.

    Time to dust off the Spanish phrase book.

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  10. 18
    nellnewman says:

    Of course we have to remember christina whatsisname is just another in a long line of failed argenti nian leaders who are more rubbish at economics even than our very own gordon.

    ar gentin a is economically trashed and she’s is doing what gal ti eri did before her , sabre rattling to try and deflect the electorates attention away from her gross incompetence.

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    • 55
      Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

      But the Argentinians have vast experience of how to deal with these conditions. A bit like us lot on Merseyside who manage to make the absolute most of a bad economic situation. I personally have never had it so good in years with my benefits, pensions and compo!

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      Arse fuck for freedom says:

      The Foreign Secretary is good at rattling his sabre.

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  11. 19
    Eva Peron says:

    Listen and weep Argentina.

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  12. 20
    Enemy of the State says:

    Hey Cristina suck this

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  13. 21
    Fuck 'em says:

    Nuke the bastards and have done.

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  14. 23
    Iain Graham says:

    I would have thought all he needed to do was quote the defence in the case of Askell v Pressdram

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  15. 24
    Enemy of the State says:

    Mind you Commie Ron thinks a referendum should allow people to be governed as they choose – except if you happen to be British.

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  16. 26
    Nitty Nora head explorer says:

    How come the “Bennies” get to have a referendum Dave and we don’t?

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  17. 28
    Crusader Dave says:

    No Olympics or Jubilee this year. Better have another little war to distract Joe and Josephine Public from the Gay Marriage and Economy Fuckups that I’m responsible for.

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    Fire up the Quattro says:

    You have to ask why Argentina is sabre rattling. They have massive economic problems and a major issue with their balance of payments. Oil imports were costing in excess of $9 billion. The answer was to nationalise or better described as seized a company called YPF. This is a wholly owned subsiduary of Repsol the Spanish oil company. This immediately has put Argentina into a major dispute with Spain who has taken retaliatory measures. Making a lot of noise about the Falklands is merely an attempt to whip up nationalistic feelings in an economically troubled country and divert attention away from their own problems. If McDoom angered people by taking away some of their pensions, Argentina has nationalised (seized) pensions as well.

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    • 59
      Engineer says:

      You’d think she’d have learned from history, though. Galtieri had the same response to similar internal problems, and look what it did for him.

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    • 60
      LATAM Watch says:

      Kirchner is just lining up to claim the Chavez crown for nuttiest Latin American leader when he passes. Think of it like Simon Bolivar, but with tits.

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      • 130
        Tell the grandstanding old bitch to shut the fuck up says:

        I think of her as a batty old woman of a certain age going loopy on the hormone replacement tablets whilst pissing herself and in dire need of tenalady.

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      • 294
        NE Frontiersman says:

        The nearest modern equivalent to Bolivar as a South American liberator is Mrs Thatcher.

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        • 298
          Expat Geordie says:

          Agreed. The biggest winner of the Falklands War was probably the Argentinian people, and then South Americans in general. Once the Argentinian junta fell in 1983, all the other South American military dictatorships fell in quick succession.

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    nellnewman says:

    christina whatsisname is a bit of an idiot isn’t she? Has she not heard the parable of the wind and the sun competing to get the coat off the man?

    All she needs to do to win her cause is court the folks of the fal kla nds . Promise to make them a tax free region , promise them unlimited supplies, promise them the sun and hey presto they will vote to become ar gen tinian!!

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  20. 31
    not a machine says:

    No need for blogg sabre rattles , Falklands have a vote on who they wish to be governed by , and fairly sure they wont want despotic female version , who is overseeing her own countries economy do a repeat south american socialist bust …. dont get too distracted on this one , the real robbers will be conveining shortly for the PM to offer the shirt off his back to

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  21. 33
    ROGER MYBUTT says:

    He didn’t tell anyone where to go
    He passed the buck on to the Falkland islanders

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  22. 36
    pissed off voter says:

    100% backing, eh! So it’s a cast-iron guarantee then ..

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    • 39
      A Malvinas Islander says:

      Having just watched that I am shitting myself now.

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      • 47
        Just don't know what to do with myself says:

        One big difference , there’s known reserves of oil, that’s why it will be protected.

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        • 66
          nellnewman says:

          Exactly . And if you were a falk land islander looking at all that future wealth would you give it to the arg entin ians?

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  23. 37
    beast says:

    All hot air and no action
    Typical Argentines or indeed Cameron
    We could always send an aircraft carrier although unfortunately McMental forgot to order any aircraft for ours

    Camerperon wouldnt have the balls to let loose a few Tomahawks on Buenos Aries

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    • 42
      Loopy Lou says:

      We could though set up a Kibbutz in Port Stanley and fill it with unemployed people from the Housing List.

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    • 43
      Dava Camerperon says:

      Dont cry for me Argentina
      And let me tell you this
      Unless you allow men to marry each other I shall send you a very stern letter along with 1 billion in aid and a free aircraft carrier (you will have to buy your own aircraft)

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      • 67
        Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

        Gay marriage became legal there in 2010. There was the usual hoo-haa beforehand but I doubt if anyone now gives it a second thought.

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    • 69
      nellnewman says:

      Not to worry one of our nuclear subs is down there at the moment. Arg en tin ians not too happy about it apparently but they’ll not be launching any invasion ships anyttime soon unless they are even more stupid than the ga lti eri bunch of idiots!

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  24. 38
    Anonymous says:

    Will the Chagossians get a vote on getting their islands back?

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  25. 41
    SF says:

    HaHa. Time is on Argentina’s side on this! They just need to be patient!

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    • 50
      Beast of Buenes Aries says:

      How long before the Chinks buy the place ?

      They already own Africa, the darkies will rue the day when we left and the yellow peril really have the whip hand

      “You go down mine now , choppy choppy!”They will be lucky to get a bowl of maize porridge and a kick up the arse at bed time

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    • 51
      Just don't know what to do with myself says:

      You sure?, politician’s have a limited shelf time, after kicking up the dust, time is now ticking, she will have to put up or shut up.

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    • 61
      Patient Man says:

      Patagonia is Welsh.

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      • 73
        nellnewman says:

        Hmm don’t think that’s going to help arg entin a’s case with the falk lands – they are largely scots!

        Irony that SNP says scot land wants to be independent whilst the falk lands want to stay British!

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        • 207
          Arse fuck for freedom says:

          The brave islanders just want to be on the biggest fucking bandwagon they can find.

          If we’re the biggest mugs, they’ll stick around. If somebody else gives them better looking sheep to shag, they’ll be off.

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  26. 46
    Jimmy says:

    100% backing?

    Could be worse. Attila the Hen took their citizenship away.

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    O/T Flood Watch says:

    This is an interesting one:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/topics/weather/9777749/Interactive-graphic-UK-rainfall-in-every-year-since-1910.html

    The rainfall this year has been high, but not really that much more that in living memory. Anyone know if there was lots of flooding 1954 or 2000 ?

    DEFRA or local planning bods may have some questions to answer…

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    • 70
      HMMM says:

      Even the fucking Vikings (circa 800 AD) had enough nous to no that it’s not advisable to build houses on flood plains.

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      • 75
        O/T Flood Watch says:

        Most of the pictures I saw showed towns and villages which were well established – not new builds – so likely not on flood plains. The towns as well did not appear to be near rivers either.

        Hmmm…. a Google map of the flood hit areas would be very interesting to see…

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        • 81
          Can't use me old moniker says:

          It might be that the newly covered land is nearby and elsewhere but as it prevents water from being naturally absorbed the excess builds up and has nowhere else to go but in those old towns and villages.

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          • Archimedes says:

            I reckon Britain is actually sinking under the weight of all the immigration.

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          • nellnewman says:

            Don’t be silly archimedes. Just stop living in those horrid overcrowded cities and enjoy England’s wide open spaces!! Relax and listen to the sound of the skylark!

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        • 82
          nellnewman says:

          It is an established fact that even well established towns have been allowed to build on their flood plains in the last 15 years. Labour relaxed the planning laws to allow it because there had been no flooding of flood plains during their tenure. Idiots!!

          The trouble is they didn’t take a wide enough view across more decades to realise that it was always going to happen again.

          Personally I think homeowners affected should sue the labour party for negligence.

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        • 240
          Anonymous says:

          It is not building houses in flood planes that causes the problem. They can build as many as they like and it will not make a difference. It is building raised roads, rail lines, silted up canals and culverts in the flood plane that restrict the rivers natural real estate.

          Also the EA has this idea of a fictitious 1 in X years rain fall event. So all new development are given ponds or holding tanks that will cope with those parameters. The problem is, unlike a field, they overflow at exactly the same time (they were all designed to the same parameters).

          This means that the rivers and culverts never see partial flood events. They are therefore not naturally cleared of debris. The first flood they receive is the one that overwhelms all the man made retention systems.

          By having these prevention systems they justify building bypasses, and bridge supports, in the flood planes, stealing the rivers real estate.

          Imagine a heavy localized rain storm after a period of normal rain. The ponds and reservoirs will all be full. All the rain will flow straight to the rivers. The ponds basically do not exist and so can not be taken into the account in sizing the river flow. So why have them? Because they do not expect bad rain events.

          Why? Because the Met office models average everything out. The model never sees bad rain events. Therefore they can never predict what really happens when a huge cloud or front gets “stuck” over an area. Yes the chances are low. But the number of rivers is high. So every year some where gets destroyed.

          Every bridge and structure in the river channel raises the water a few inches higher up stream. Enough new structures and the level upstream is higher than ever seen before.

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          NE Frontiersman says:

          75: I used to share this error: but the point is, if you build on the flood plain, you move it elsewhere. Last month a friend’s house on the Somerset Levels was very nearly flooded for the first time in the 30 years he’s lived there, and possibly in centuries. He suspects the large Asda and housing estate on the former meadows several miles downstream.

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    • 78
      nellnewman says:

      In medieval times East Anglia flooded in winters all the way to Peterborough – archaeologists have found old harbours here to prove it.

      In the 15th and 16th Centuries the toffs of London used to mount winter shipping, hunting and fishing expeditions that sailed right across the flooded plains of East Anglia and it’s Fens.

      Methinks the met office and the beeb are being over dramatic!!

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    • 89
      Anonymous says:

      There is no basis for these statistics.

      There are no historic rain record for Wales until 1930. Even in 1960 there are so few records that one of the recent rain events could have passed between the stations and no record would have occured.

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    • 98
      Old derbyshire git says:

      When I was a kid, the river trent near where I lived flooded most years. I was born in 1950.

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      • 102
        I'm not singing in the rain says:

        House built in a flood plain should be built on stilts. Why not?

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        • 140
          nellnewman says:

          We should not be building on flood plains . Leave them to take the flood water in winter – that is their purpose!!

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          • Chicken-Licken says:

            What did the Environment Goobers do to the rivers in Devon? Is it true that they diverted the course of one river into another? No Chapter and Verse , just what a Floodee told me.

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  28. 57
    Operation Crossbow says:

    I love the way the BBC news said that old hag face from Argentina’s letter was “published in newspapers”

    No BBC it was published in two left wing rags.

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    • 76
      Can't use me old moniker says:

      I heard that, gave me the impression that they had taken out add’s across the board. A definite case of wilful deceit.

      Misinformation and outright lies is what our once famed broadcaster has come to.

      The snivelling little shits.

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  29. 62
    Engineer says:

    Argy Bargy.

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  30. 64
    Ann Rsehole says:

    Wtf wants to be under the thumb of that failed economy that is Argenteenaaaaa? Arseholes.

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  31. 65
    ROGER MYBUTT says:

    Oh so the Lying Twat Cameron Does know what giving people a referendum means

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    • 72
      Can't use me old moniker says:

      Just before Christmas Joseph Barroso said that he respects greek Democracy. Hmmm.

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      • 110
        ROGER MYBUTT says:

        wHAT DEMOCRACY ? AN eu APPOINTED PRIMEMINISTER
        and drip fed economy run from Brussels
        Cap lock error lol

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      • 142
        nellnewman says:

        The EU is slowly suffocating on it’s own lack of democracy. It may be a few painful years but it is dying!!

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  32. 71
    Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

    I like the way the Falklanders fly the red, white and blue everywhere. Doubt if one could do that in Tower Hamlets.

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  33. 77
    Kat Man says:

    Nice one Dave. Now give us an in/out referendum on Europe.

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  34. 79

    Cristina Kirchner would cheer the Argies up more if she got her norks out for them. She is well blessed in that department.

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  35. 83
    Mongy Tommy and the Edinburgh dogshite says:

    Argentina is for Mongs.

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  36. 90
    Sir William says:

    We ought to do the same trick as the French, making the few distant islands and peninsulas that we still control parts of the UK rather than colonies.

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  37. 92
    Edinburgh Labouring voting dogcrap says:

    Referendum for an in/out Europe.

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  38. 101
    Operation Crossbow says:

    Is it true as Guido states Ed Balls reads all the posts on here about him? God I really hope so.

    Balls why did you marry a boy?

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    • 106
      nellnewman says:

      The Big Question for bullyballs is how is he going to throw off the mantle of being the Right Hand Man to Economically Incompetent gordon ??!!

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    • 114
      2013 is going to be bleak in sunderland as the benefit caps kick in says:

      Never mind why he married a boy why is shit at economics and politics,the Torys secret weapon at the next Election.

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  39. 105
    Bitter and twisted england football fan says:

    So what right does Argentina have in wanting to own the Falkland Islands. It’s not stuck to the mainland is it. Fuck off argies, just stick to what you do best, cheating at football.

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    • 286
      Duh says:

      Well, it’s the closest to Argentine and the furthest away from GB in the Atlantic as you can get. Geographically it certainly would belong to the Argies.

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  40. 111
    Argentinian hater says:

    Kirchner? Must be of German origin. Maybe her family were nazis. Explains why she hates the english. Just remember bitch, we won the war, and will kick your arse again, so shut your fat gob.

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  41. 112
    2013 is going to be bleak in sunderland as the benefit caps kick in says:

    De Kircherner id full of shyte,the Argies dont have the stomach,guts or where with all to mount any military campaign.the economy is shit even by South American standards,her main supporter is the loony Chavez whos on the way out to his socialist heaven.So in conclusion fcuk off you diego cnut you aint getting fcuk all.

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    • 172
      Benny is short for Benjamin says:

      I would have paid good money to watch Cameron quote that line for line, while looking into the camera and beckoning with both hands!

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  42. 113
    Barack Hussein Obama, Living Saint says:

    As a Nobel Pe*ace Prize laureate, I feel it is incumbent on me to propose a solution to the problems in the South Atlantic. I got the Fiscal Cliff hoo-hah over with and now I can devote my full attention to the matter.

    Briefly, my plan is this: I take over the Fucklands, or the Malvinas as they are more properly known.

    I am, of course, Gordon Brown’s successor as Savior of the World.

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  43. 115
    Operation Crossbow says:

    Yet more lefty climate change bollocks on Channel 4. “Most of the Country was under water” claimed the mong reporter. No 99.999% of the Country didn’t flood at all. Most flooding was as usual restricted to the same places for the same reasons. Too much building on floodplain land, poor maintenance of rivers and drains and over population.

    The media are up to their usual tricks again. The second wettest year on record claims the leftist media.

    Take a look at this graph for the last 100 years (not the last 5 as the BBC, the Met Office and Guardian keep doing)

    Does anyone think we’re suddenly drowning under excessive levels of rain?

    Don’t listen to the lies. The prat on the news claimed that we might get some wet summers and some dry summers!!!!!

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    • 120
      Propaganda Watch says:

      The propaganda consequences of an action must be considered in planning that action.

      Credibility alone must determine whether propaganda output should be true or false.

      Propaganda to the home front must create an optimum anxiety level.
      a. Propaganda must reinforce anxiety concerning the consequences of defeat

      b. Propaganda must diminish anxiety (other than concerning the consequences of defeat) which is too high and which cannot be reduced by people themselves

      —-
      Think Flood Re.

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    • 125
      Fact Hunt says:

      The first thing that needs doing is to ramp up drain clearance. No coincidence that the leaves started falling and when we had heavy rain floods appeared. I’ve lived in the same house for 30 years. No new builds anywhere near. I know all the local flood spots. In the last month or so road floods have popped up all over the place, where they’ve never been for said 30 years. Sounds like blocked drains to me.

      So instead of paying 6 figure salaries and poncing around with equal rights for gay whales co ordinators do what we pay council tax for. This includes fucking drain clearance.

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      • 144
        Just don't know what to do with myself says:

        Spot on, we had one area flooded due to open drains along the road that hadn’t been cleared for years, most people were moaning about it for a long time, this time they had to do something, waiting now for a major epidemic with the tree’s they are in a mess and require trimming and external growth cleared off by tree surgeons, won’t happen though, money will be pissed away by extravagant Councillors going abroad on sight seeing tours.

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        • 149
          Operation Crossbow says:

          @144 It’s a good point, if you look at the average rainfall over the last 100 years it hasn’t really changed YET the BBC/Guardian tell us that DANGEROUS CO2 has been heating up the planet for decades. Looking at the rainfall pattern over the last 100 years it doesn’t look that way.

          As you rightly say the problem is not rainfall (we’ve had just as much where I live but the Tory council trims the trees and cleans the drains on a very regular basis it’s just the farmers who won’t do their field ditches) but the massive increase in immigration and house building along with roads and ever more concrete that means much of the rain does not get absorbed into the ground and runs straight off. If the Environment Agency (I’ve done work with them, they are an utter waste of humanity for the most part) did their jobs of keeping the rivers clear (when I was a kid they used to dredge the rivers all the time) now they just do basic emergency work like fishing out large logs that get caught up by bridges etc. Rather like the Police who have given up crime PREVENTION and now just turn up to issue you with a crime number and offer counselling.

          The twat from the Met office was also wrong, the ground where I live is sodden but when it rains it still gets absorbed into the ground it doesn’t suddenly turn into an ocean of water. This is yet more lies, if that were the case them most of us would have flooded back gardens.

          I just wonder how long people are going to listen to the shit from the left on this before just punching someone in the face?

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    • 126
      cheche says:

      And more on Jeff Randall thought he had more sense

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    • 135
      nellnewman says:

      No 1 son went to Fowey for Xmas. beeb said fowey was under water over Xmas and we emailed son saying ‘we are worried – are you OK?’

      He emailed me back saying biggest problem was Fowey river was turbulent and his fishing wasn’t as good as he hoped!!

      Frankly the beeb is useless as a balanced provider of news!!

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      • 139
        Operation Crossbow says:

        The BBC is just plain useless.

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        • 147
          nellnewman says:

          I think its really sad that they have become so leftwing biased and hence of no real value to normal society.

          If the tories do win in 2015 they must surely get rid of the beeb in bits to the highest international media bidders!! One of bliars eastern european billionaires probably!!

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          • Operation Crossbow says:

            There’s more chance of Diane Fatbutt winning Ms World than Cam-moron winning in 2015.

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          • nellnewman says:

            I don’t think so.

            Labor will win in 2015 if

            a) militwit can transmute into the messiah or

            b) bullyballs can convince that he’s an economic genius.!!!

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    • 193
      fitzfitz says:

      .. the BBC is raving today about rain : no doubt intending to go for a killer argument in connexion with C Change …

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    • 196
      fitzfitz says:

      … interestingly, most of those who suffered damage in the massive RAINS which the leftists are obsessing about , were … Conservative, rural or semi rural types …

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  44. 116
    Carny is a bad one, send him back says:

    More interesting detail on liberal Canada, the country looking at legalizing p@3d0philia:

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/story/2012/02/01/bc-canadian-nazis-exposed.html

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  45. 122
    Operation Crossbow says:

    Fuck me there’s a fat bird on Channel 4 news who is dressed just like that god awful Batman woman who is always wanking on about race and kids.

    Is someone cloning the fuckers? She’s spouting the same lefty shit as well.

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  46. 131
    nellnewman says:

    Very amused by bullyballs re-birth of “neo-classical endogenous growth theory”

    It always reminds me of Mary Poppins ‘supercalifragilisticexpialidocious’ theory!!

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    • 146
      Mad, Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin ( Member in absentia ) says:

      IT WAS ALL BALLS…

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      • 151
        nellnewman says:

        Well let’s be honest gordon did not have the linguistic skills to think up such a stupid phrase as ‘ neo classical endogenous growth theory’ but then I suspect neither did balls,

        I think it must have been an invention of ball’s rather more dense wife!

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    • 245
      Wilkins Micawber, Esq. says:

      Actually, it was ME who first came up with the concept of the “neo-classical endogenous growth theory,” in short, “Something will turn up!”

      Of course, I also said, “Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure 19/19/6, result: happiness; annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure 20/0/6, result: misery.” I’m not sure Balls would be too happy with THAT theory.

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  47. 150
    ex Grauniad Reader says:

    Good to see that the apparent nonce apologist Jon Henley is having a few new ones ripped on Twitter.

    To be fair to him though, Henley apparently is not pro-nonce but rather just writes such articles. Those in favor of child abuse do appear to be the Government of Canada.

    The problem is liberal academic studies which are rooted in the 70’s essentially build apologist arguments for abusers – the agenda back then was to get these activities legalized.

    Not exactly the most responsible reporting though, giving platform to (convicted p@3d0 and child p0rn distributor) Tom O’Connels 1970s agenda whilst completely failing to mention the support of Harriet Harpie and Pat Hue’ett which existed at that time.

    Here is an impact of a victim witness statement, just so as you know what Henley was happily hacking about:

    http://hamptonroads.com/2009/10/document-victim-impact-statement-girl-misty-series

    The real problem is the liberal aspect.

    Liberal philosophy advocates freedom of action without recognition of the moral responsibility that accompanies those actions.

    It is liberal thought which needs to be removed, particularly from this equation concerning child protection.

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    • 155
      nellnewman says:

      harriet harman is absolutely in tune with supporting these people . She has spent much of her life doing it!!

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      • 157
        nellnewman says:

        And let’s not forget that the very well to do tax dodging margar et hod ge is right in there beside her !!

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        • 158
          nellnewman says:

          Oh and then there was tessjowell as well!!

          lovely labor folks supporting evil!!

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        • 170
          ex Grauniad Reader says:

          Hodge Bodge – Islington – yes – the rotten core Labour.

          Let us not forget Jason Swift and the others, or the screw up of the Jersey investigation she effected before pi$$ing off to PWC.

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  48. 159
    Gutless cunts says:

    Funny how the most enthusiastic fans of war are the ones who wouldn’t dare fight. War is occasionally necessary but never desirable or pleasant. Those who wrap themselves in the flàg and love the prospect of military adventures wouldn’t be so keen if they were required to actually fight. It’s the working class and the èthnicities you loathe so much who do the fighting for you. It’s ironic reading all the comments about ‘big lìps, j*ngle m*nkeys” etc when none of you would dare do what Jòhnson Behàrry did, you know, that “dàrkie” as you like to call people of his èthnicity, who got the Victoria Cross for saving two fellow soldiers when they were ambushed in Iraq. The ràcist armchair warriors among you who talk about “our boys” would shit yourselves if you were in that position and yearn to be back home posting hilarious jokes about big lipped j*ngle m*nkeys.

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    • 164
      The Loony Left says:

      Only cowardly lefties such as the Straw wimps disrespect the British Armed Forces and those who serve the Nation. Remember also that Gutless Gordon sent the troops into Afghanistan under-equipped. They’re the CNUTS.

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      • 165
        nellnewman says:

        What an absolute load of cobblers. I suspect you have no idea what you are talking about!

        Mr Be ha rr y’s colour is of no importance. His courage was immense !! Really brave people are not defined by colour , class or religion. They are just brave!!

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      • 168
        Gutless cunts says:

        Yes, and save for a few MPs, the Tory party voted for Labour’s illegal war in Iraq. When did you last fight? When was the last time you saved soldiers from being killed? It’s hilarious that ràcist oxygen thieves like you actually feel superior for being white when you don’t have a millionth of the courage of soldiers like Behàrry.

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    • 169
      Natural Born Killers says:

      But remember it’s a volunteer force. What if some of “our boys” actually wanted to go and shoot some jungle bunnies up just for fun?

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      • 173
        Gutless cunts says:

        As I said.

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        • 182
          Natural Born Killers says:

          As you said what?…some of our boys are probably personality disordered psychopaths who are “trained” to kill without compunction?

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        • 235
          The Loony Left says:

          You should have someone look at that gigantic chip on your shoulder.

          Like

      • 239
        Dexter Morgan, Crime Scene Tech, Miami-Dade PD says:

        Well, better in the Army, than in some primary school or cinema or shopping mall, I suppose. If you have a need to kill you had better develop some rules for channelling it into something more societally acceptable.

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  49. 174
    A perverted tory MP says:

    Phwoarrrr!

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  50. 175
    Dava peron says:

    The Falklands will always remain part of Scotland

    Just where are they ?

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  51. 176
    Lord Boothby loved a bit of boy action says:

    If a homophobic right winger screams about how much he hates gays, you can bet he’s one himself. Wingnuts and rent boys are never far apart.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1205589/The-postcard-exposes-pervert-Tory-peers-lies-Ronnie-Kray-friend.html

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    • 189
      Socialists are thick cretinous filth says:

      Lord Boothby was well known to be a kweer back in the 1970s.

      Do try to keep up.

      Your wretched little Liebour móng.

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      • 199
        Lord Boothby loved a bit of boy action says:

        What’s wrong, diddums? Crispy Blunt or Alan Duncan turn down your advances? You’ll have to come to terms with your sexuality eventually.

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        • 218
          Chicken-Licken says:

          You are Tom Dryberg and I claim my 50 Euros

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        • 223
          Tom Driberg, Baron Bradwell says:

          As opposed to Labour peers, who just use rent boys without condemning such practices? But then again, I was a life peer only the last year of my life. Of far more interest in my case was how was it that I was allowed to be such an open and notorious Commie sympathiser, practitioner of Aleister Crowley-style magick, and friend and confidante of Ronald Kray (just like Lord Poofby), and still get a gong after all that? Do you suppose it might have been a case of “‘Tain’t what you know, ’tain’t who you know, it’s what you know about who you know…”?

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  52. 177
    Dava peron says:

    I may be a whore who will sell myself to the highest bidder,however, You have my cast iron guarantee that I will not let you down in these difficult times

    Viva La Dava

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  53. 188
    Lord Boothby loved a bit of boy action says:

    Harvey Proctor, a Thatcher fan, just like Jim and Jimmy.

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    • 198
      retardEd Miliband's Parasite Party (for shirkers, not workers) says:

      Calling all parasites! Great news! A new front has been opened! Our Dear Leader now starts a war against hómosexuals!

      Remember, dear parasites, skivers, spongers and shirkers, remember! The Dear Leader’s Parasite Party is at war with hómosexuals. Dear Leader’s Parasite Party has ALWAYS been at war with hómosexuals.

      Throw the vermin from cliffs, parasites! Do it now! Extra benefits for all parasites who throw hómosexuals from cliffs!

      (This message is also available in 96 other languages, including Arabíc. Natch. Ask your local £150K p/a Parasite Translation Experience Coordinator for details.)

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      • 206
        Lord Boothby loved a bit of boy action says:

        Funny how it’s always the righties who shout the loudest about being disgusted by gays who turn out to be gay themselves. Just be happy with who you are. Don’t keep protesting about how much you despise homosexuals. Eventually, just like your friend Pastor Ted Haggard, you’ll be exposed as a rentboy fucking, methamphetamine popping hypocrite. Unless you intend to use his hilarious explanation that he was only getting a massage and he thought the meth was an aspirin. Before you say “maybe he was telling the truth, you nasty, smearing bastard!” – I know how you cocks think – he ended up later admitting it. Praise jesus!

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  54. 190
    fitzfitz says:

    … let’s rename the Falklands the Elizabeth Islands to match the Antarctic segment …

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  55. 191
    Col. Nut says:

    The Italians, Spanish, and other descendants of the colonial adventurers who exterminated the natives to occupy Argentina should follow Kirchner’s logic and return to Europe and Asia after handing back the country with compensation to its few natives whose descendants survived the genocide which befell so many of their ancestors.

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  56. 192
    Fair Comment says:

    – But the silver lining is, the Grauniad is closer to going out of business.

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  57. 194
    CCHQ Press Officer says:

    This site is currently receiving very high volumes of traffic. You’re seeing this holding page because we’ve reached the maximum number of transactions we are able to handle at one time.

    You are being held at this holding page until a space on the booking page becomes available.

    Your request will be re-attempted automatically every 20 seconds.

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    • 203
      retardEd Miliband says:

      You are theeing my blank theet of paper until I have thomething more interethting to wave around in the air. Oh yeth.

      That might be a while, to be honetht.

      Oh yeth.

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  58. 195
    It's a religion of peace... says:

    Some good vids here of what life is like on the Paris Metro: CCTV sans BBC editing. London is likely the same:

    http://themuslimissue.wordpress.com/2013/01/03/europe-2012-public-transport-footage-reveal-muslim-aggression-in-the-subway/

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    • 204
      Camoron/Clegg/Militwit/BBC/Common Purpose says:

      Nothing to see here. Don’t click on the link. Immigration is wonderful. Move along.

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  59. 208
    Tony Blairs lasting legacy says:

    O/T

    But dontcha just love a happy ending?

    Ali Abbas: how the limbless Iraqi orphan has found happiness

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/iraq/9777479/Ali-Abbas-how-the-limbless-Iraqi-orphan-has-found-happiness.html

    Ali Abbas, the Iraqi orphan whose image became emblematic of the human toll of war, has described the moment he learnt his family were dead and revealed how ten years after the conflict he has found a wife and rebuilt his life in Britain.

    His injuries were so extensive that he was given only a 50 per cent chance of survival. He now lives in prosperous Kingston upon Thames, south-west London, is attempting to set up a charity for limbless children – and has married a childhood friend.

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    • 213
      O/T Serious Question says:

      From a humanist perspective, can the Iraq war be justified ?

      Also – is Abbas really Blairs legacy ?

      As he has settled in Britain and is establishing a family – could that be considered Blairs legacy ?

      Not looking for trolling or to pi$$ anyone off with inconsiderate or dumb questions, looking for the serious argument specifically against Blair on Iraq.

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  60. 216
    Boris Johnson says:

    Guido Fawkes,a right wing political blogger, said: “Come April we will have the grotesque spectacle of councils without a penny to spare pursuing citizens without a penny to spare through the courts for a tax that until now they have been deemed too poor to pay.”

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  61. 220
    Dave"The One Term Prime Minister" Cameron says:

    I’m having to watch Celebrity Big Brother – is it too soon/late to make a Josef Fritzl joke?

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  62. 227
    Saffron says:

    The thread was about the Argies and their claims from that ridiculous woman who is their el- presidente.
    To her as el presidente get your country out of the economic mess that it faces,
    the Falklands will do you no favours whatsoever,as your galtiere guy found out.
    In british politics right now cammoron is a right asshole in that he and his toff mates do not understand what the britts are all about.It now seems to me that we are now intent of giving our country away to folks who were not born here,howsad is that ?.

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    • 229
      Just don't know what to do with myself says:

      She’d have a better chance claiming Britain is part of Argentina than claiming the Falklands, why doesn’t she complain to von rumboy, he wouldn’t miss the chance of getting rid of us, he wouldn’t give Britain back to it’s people but he would be happy to piss us off and give us to the Argentinians.

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      • 231
        Casual Observer says:

        I would be all up for doing an exchange of sorts.

        Some of our ethnics for some of theirs.

        Argentina has fabulous tradition of cooking, dance and local crafts, when you get below their some what retarded approach to governance and international relations.

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  63. 233
    Slogan used on Celebrity Big Brother right now says:

    We’re all in this together.

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  64. 234

    Please stop calling me a botox-bloated, lipstick-Galtieri.

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  65. 236
    PompeyVisitor says:

    I wouldn’t count the RN to have much appetite for re-taking the Falklands. The RN chaps I know speak only of going to war on the American side when the Americans choose to go to war. Anything purely national doesn’t float their boat. Always talk of sharing with allies too and more talk of soft power than hard power. When I visit HMNB Portsmouth and see fat sailors waddling around and a surprising number of sailors who aren’t from shall we say the traditional recruiting areas it makes me shudder. It is a soft and flabby force more interested in political correctness than violent acts against the enemies of Her Majesty. Other navies are beginning to see through the cloak of supposed ultra-professional and see a rather poorly funded coastguard that is starting to lack technical expertise in depth, general competence, and likes to hide behind management speak and garbled doctrine. Poor. Really, poor.

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    • 264
      Take my ship;take my crew BUT don't touch my i-pad says:

      Who can forget the “Senior Service”‘s finest hour in 2007 ?

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2007_Iranian_seizure_of_Royal_Navy_personnel

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      • 289
        HenryV says:

        By not shooting back they probably did the sensible thing. The RN learned you can’t just drag chefs and radar operators, arm them with the minimum training, shove them in a boat, and then let them wander around a contested waterway. They have improved training. But if the ship being boarded decides to fight back then events would go south rapidly. Why this hasn’t happened should be pondered.

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  66. 238
    Anonymous says:

    The future of the Falkland Islands should be determined by the Falkland Islanders themselves – the people who live there,” said Mr Cameron.

    …who pays?

    “Unlike the government of Argentina, the United Kingdom respects the right of our people to determine our own affairs, a right that is enshrined in the UN Charter and which is ignored by Argentina.”

    …Mr Cameron promotes globalism. is globalism the best way of determining one’s own affairs?

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  67. 241
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA !!!

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  68. 242
    Operation Crossbow says:

    Take a look at this article in the DT. Click to select average rainfall and you’ll see WHY the BBC, Guardian and Met Office spin the ‘last 5 years’ crap.

    Take a look back over 10, 20 or 30 years and all of a sudden the last 5 years are not significant.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/topics/weather/9777749/Interactive-graphic-UK-rainfall-in-every-year-since-1910.html

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  69. 244
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:

    GET STUFFED !!

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    • 247
      Advice to our Dear leader... says:

      David Cameron has likely never had to deal with Latin women before, particularly headstrong ones from Argentina.

      He should study carefully the following video. It is important to picture himself in this situation: He is the man, a pimp, a father – woman is his follower, his whore. If he does not dominate, she will try to dominate him, at every turn – he should not let her stray too far, or avert his gaze for too long otherwise her deceit will be his downfall.

      That is how you handle negotiations and win perhaps win her respect, perhaps not. It is all about the dance, and leading with passion, and showing of your woman to the punters.

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  70. 248
    David Cameron says:

    Been working hard on my dance moves. What do you guys think of it so far?

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  71. 250
    God Doesn't Take Plastic says:

    Looks like Vatican has stopped taking plastic:

    http://www.latimes.com/business/money/la-fi-mo-cash-vatican-20130103,0,7748201.story?track=rss&utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter&dlvrit=71041

    EU Money Laundering regs not met. ;-)

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    • 251
      Tachybaptus says:

      Um. Looking at one enormous organisation seeking supreme power refusing to trust another enormous organisation seeking supreme power. It’s a bit like those cheesy old stop-motion film scenes of Tyrannosaurus v Triceratops.

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  72. 253
    Fuck you to the Bilderberg Mongs says:

    Looks like the mob who like to hang out in secret are a bit narked that they are constantly being outed:

    http://www.infowars.com/bilderberg-elite-angry-over-constant-exposure/

    Good.

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  73. 254
    And a reply to Kirchner from the Falkland Islanders says:

    Why not just tweet the response to her ?

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  74. 256
    Carny has got to go says:

    Canadian smuggling their equivalent of Rhino horn:

    http://bigstory.ap.org/article/feds-crack-alleged-narwhal-tusk-smuggling-ring

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    polythesis says:

    The Falklanders should be very worried when Cameron claims that they have his “100% backing”, as this traditionally translates as ‘I am going to sell you out the first chance I get’. The only time to get worried is when Cameron claims he will support you 100% cast iron guarantee, you have the eagles word, cross my heart and hope to die. The fact is that Cameron would sell out the Falklanders in a New York minute if he could or more importantly if his puppet masters told him to.

    Obviously Cameron is still using British taxpayers money to support Argentina, still supports Argentine membership of the IMF, still makes British taxpayers money available to Argentina to borrow which they will of course forget to pay back. And all the while our navy gets weaker and weaker and older and less able to defend our own Islands let alone any others. Who needs a strong royal navy when foreign aid gets you all the influence with Johnny Foreigner you need?

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  78. 263
    starwatcher says:

    Been up since 5.00am. Pitch black but a wonderful clear sky here.
    Been awaiting this meatier shower The Grauniad announced would appear in the sky but no sign of Tom Watsun and Diane Abbutt at all.
    Obviously tricked by the usual media hype again.

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    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

    Financial flim-flam by the same imbeciles who abolished Boom & Bust…

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  82. 269
    Owen Jones says:

    Long way to go on NHS care – PM
    David Cameron says there is still a “long way to go” to raise standards of care in the NHS in England

    “Never,ever trust the Tories on the NHS”

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    • 277
      Anonymous says:

      You’re right, you can’t trust the Tories to scrap the crumbling NHS.

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    • 282
      VoteUkip says:

      Labour allowed the NHS to fail, just as they allowed the banking system and economy to fail, just as they allowed the education system to fail, just as they allowed press abuse, just as they allowed immigration abuse, just as they allowed welfare abuse.

      The best you can say about Labour is that they are a bunch of useless tossers.

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  83. 270
    I remember when there were public toilets in the Rhondda says:

    Dear Krissie

    £2,500 per square meter plus compensation of £500K per Benji and the deal is done.

    LOL

    Dave

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  84. 272
    Owen Jones says:

    Labour lead at 11 in today’s YouGov CON 32%, LAB 43%, LD 10%, UKIP 9%

    Happy days in the Bunker,Dave !!

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  85. 274
    Raving Loon says:

    Meanwhile he keeps on subsidising loans to Argentina, or at least that’s what City A.M tells me.

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  86. 276
    HMMM says:

    àpprə pṓ of nothing in particular.

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  87. 291
    Four-eyed English Genius says:

    It would be nice if Wavy Davy showed the same enthusiasm for a referendum on how the British want to be governed!

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  88. 292
    Anonymous says:

    Number of Falkland Islanders 3,140

    Number of UK unemployed 2,510,000

    Happy New Year!

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  89. 293
    Jack the Ripper says:

    Cameron spoke for thirty seconds without once saying “Look.” Was it snipped off the beginning?

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