March 13th, 2013

Hitler, Merkel and the New Statesman

Judging by the lefty commentariat’s reaction, Guido says they know what they’re doing…


30 Comments

  1. 1
    Tuscan Tony says:

    Not sure how the pic of the late Norman Wisdom got included there at top right.

    • 7

      I met him once in a tea-house by the Laxey Wheel on the IOM. He was thanking them for the lovely gravy and so I had to respond in kind by saying that I would have some if it was that good. They told me they did not serve gravy…

  2. 2
    Shire Tory says:

    Seeking a final solution?

  3. 3
    KillaWabbit says:

    Three nice enough guys and a filthy piece of whore shit!

    • 4
      The Grand Mufti says:

      Angela may not be the most pulchritudinous Frau in the land but calling her a chap’s a bit off old boy.
      And it’s only a rumour that Der Fuhrer was a rent boy.

      The staggers is a horrid publication though.

  4. 6
    Anton Diffring (Deceased) says:

    Ve hav vays uf meking yoo buy ze Noo Statesman.

  5. 8
    Council tennant with a spare room says:

    always good to see socialists discussing national socialism

    • 15
      Peter Grimes says:

      Did the arsewipe Staggers have anything useful to say or was it the normal crap?

      I always find their dread and condemnation of Hitler’s brand of commufascism and fervent embrace of the Russian version to be extremely amusing.

  6. 9
    PitPony says:

    Seem to have missed out Erich Hoenecker

  7. 10
    Twitter is for twats says:

    “Crass and stupid front page – New Statesman. Awful editorial decision. Not clever at all.—
    Tony McNulty”

    Crass and stupid. Not clever at all. Says prick who uses Twitter.

  8. 11
    Adolf Hitler's ghost says:

    But I am Austrian!

  9. 13
    Ken says:

    Staggers…. Falls over.

  10. 19
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Surely the german problem is it wants to control the economics and resources of europe so that it can export it’s goods to the weaker nations and so get rich.

    That was always the case historically, that is still the case – it is just that they nowadays are using different methods to achieve their aim.

    • 23
      Sir Winston says:

      No, Rebekah. What they want is lebensraum and domination of Europe (and further afield if they can).

      • 28
        Neville Chamberlain says:

        Its started again and will continue as before, we have seen it before, why the fuck do we let it go on?.

  11. 22
    The Opening Line of a 1930`s Racist Joke says:

    Zis ist not right und ist not fer.

  12. 25
    Royal British Legion dominoes club says:

    The picture is a HIGNFY odd one out.. the answer is that one of them is a vicious, evil, fascist dictator hell bent on controlling Europe and the other three has or had at least one testicle.

  13. 29
    Gort says:

    FFS do something different.

  14. 30
    Rob says:

    Helmut Kohl??!!! Why is he there?


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“Farage is a snake oil salesman, but a very good one. His supposed anti-immigration stance is all smoke and mirrors, as is his carefully cultivated image as a ‘man of the people’. The truth is that UKIP is a pro-immigration party that exists to lobby for the interests of the City of London.”



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It’s money innit.


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