March 25th, 2013

Call Me Chuka O’Munna

As revealed in yesterday’s Sun column, two-faced Chuka Umunna isn’t so shy about the ‘British Obama’ tag when he’s away from the public eye. When the President visited Ireland in the summer of 2011 he delighted his hosts by telling them of his Moneygall ancestral roots and dubbing himself Barry O’Bama. This year it was Chuka’s turn, speaking to guests at the Labour Irish Society’s St Patrick’s Day shindig of a relative from Sligo. Telling them they could call him Chuka O’Munna may have given the game away…


71 Comments

  1. 1
    Londoner says:

    Then why doesn’t he fuck off to Ireland and live there. Tax fiddler.

    • 10
      Time for your pills dear says:

      What a superbly appropriate comment for Guido’s blog….

      • 20

        Ha, made me laugh.

      • 24
        V1le, vicious Labour ruined my Country says:

        Yes, superbly appropriate, we don’t want tax fiddlers here who are depriving the great unwashed of their welfare.

        • 59
          Pundit Too says:

          Perhaps he does want to follow in the footsteps or actions of current and past USA Presidents like Clinton, Bush, Obama? – so he should be named Chuka Money At It.

  2. 2
    ermm says:

    Pikey gingertops. Except Chuckup.

    • 15
      The Bolshevik Broadcasting Corporation says:

      Hideously white.

      Apart from the effnic, whom we love.

    • 48
      Bollocks to getting a pseudonym says:

      Does anybody in that picture have an Irish accent? No? No, I didn’t think so. Phoneys, just like the rest of the Liebore filth.

      • 62
        Miss Wanda Legover says:

        But a head full of victimhood and resentment i`ll wager, regardless of their British birth and residence, what else could explain the extraordinary phenomena of “Seamus” Milne?

  3. 3
    fuGOM says:

    Dickhead..

  4. 4
    Hank The Cat says:

    The one on the right looks like fatty watsons long lost oirish cousin

    • 60
      Pizzaface says:

      Anybody who is physically abhorrent is related to Watson.

      I shudder to think what his parents must have looked like.

  5. 5
    Starky says:

    His antics cause everyone else to chuck.

  6. 6
    Working Class Tory Boy says:

    WTF is the second on in from the right? Looks like he’s just come back from getting electric shock therapy!

  7. 8
    Labour Are W*nk says:

    He`s appealing to Labour`s core vote ; anti-British and as thick as pig shite.

    • 11
      Ex-Labour voter says:

      +1

      “guests at the Labour Irish Society’s St Patrick’s Day shindig” – does Labour have an “English Society” that holds a “St George’s Day shindig”? Or does Labour just regard the English as vermin to be financially butt-fucked for the benefit of immigrant scroungers?

      I think it’s the latter.

      • 22
        An Extremely Ancient Seafarer says:

        The English who are totally comfortable in their own identity do not hold any of these ‘Irish’, Scottish’ or ‘Welsh’ nationalistic festivities. Only those unsure of their identity hold these occasions. Just look at all the 5th and 6th generation “Irish” in America.

        • 42
          Tay King-dePisse says:

          N-a-a-a-h-h-h, with them, it’s just an excuse to go on a toot, as if those “Ould Sots” need any, bejeezus.

        • 54
          More fool the English says:

          The English who are totally comfortable in their own identity…

          In case you haven’t noticed, the English are being ethnically replaced, and slotted to become a minority in the land of their ancestors by 2066.

          Perhaps we should be a bit less comfortable and start pushing back. After all, if the English don’t look after their own interests, no one else is going to.

          Do you think Abbott, Straw, Miliband and the rest of them give the slightest fcuk about the native English population?

          • Dianne Fatarse says:

            Kiss mah teef hongkee !!

          • An Extremely Ancient Seafarer says:

            54 – I agree entirely. That’s why all sensible English folk should vote for UKIP. Until we remove all these bloody foreign interlopers from positions of authority (how on earth were they ever allowed to stand in the first place??) – and prevent them from ever standing for Parliament again – not much will change. It is up to the voters. We should also be demanding our own English parliament.

            My point still stands though. In the many countries I have been to, you NEVER see any celebration of St George’s Day anywhere, but all the haggises, leeks and clover leaves are on full display on the appropriate dates even though many of the celebrants have never been anywhere near their “home” countries.

  8. 12
    Chuka Urmunneyaround says:

    Yes, I would say and do anything to be re-elected but no, I am NOT a FibDem.

  9. 13
    Libyan Deserter says:

    Which ones Chukka up?

  10. 14
    Fluffy Thoughts says:

    We all know Chuckup UrMoney has a history of tax-avoidence, but one fears that Mata Merkel’s hair-cut will be a lot shorter than his current crop (once shes found his off-shore dealings)….

  11. 16
    Guido Fawkes & Owen Jones Coalition says:

    Quelle surprise. Eurogroup are coming after ALL our savings.

    You’ve been warned.

    • 38
      Working Class Tory Boy says:

      Hmm lets see if they fancy every MP who supports such a policy being tarred and feathered as a collaborator? Me and a few of the ‘no longer needed for operational force levels’ did a little local recce on how secure the 3 MPs in our neck of the woods are (one of our circle though now in his 50s served in some very special services). Conclusion was we could reach all 3 and in 2 cases no one would know till at least 24 hours after the event. So have a go chaps but actions have reactions we have been trained by the best and we’ve fought some of the best. Push our families and our friends and you’ll find out.

    • 44
      Overstretched Britain says:

      WTF are savinks?

  12. 17
    Hank The Cat says:

    I have just had a post removed for posting the word B l A C K

  13. 18
    What a vapid twat says:

    Chuka – the man who opposes arms manufacturers and allows them to sponsor one of his conference fringe events, is for tax cuts and against them as well. Great guy.

    • 26
      Beware socialists wearing £2,500 suits says:

      He’s also a taxdodger who hates taxdodgers. Just like Maggie Hodge.

      • 31
        What a vapid twat says:

        Didn’t Hodge say she’d be taking action against everyone who said she’d been dodging tax? Where’s the legal action? What happened to it? Is she still planning to take action?
        :-D

        • 43
          Beware socialists wearing £2,500 suits says:

          As a multimillionaire taxdodger, Hodge can certainly afford to take the legal action. But maybe she’s looking at funding the action on her expenses. She wouldn’t want to risk any of her own money on the lawyers’ fees.

          Not when she’d lose the lot, given that she’s a taxdodging hypocrite without a leg to stand on.

      • 36
        Lord Stansted says:

        Windsmoor?

  14. 21
    Sir William Wade says:

    Everybody is Irish after with a sufficient alcohol load.

  15. 23
    A bigger shower of shite you'll never meet says:

    Aah,the Labour Irish Society…a shower of bigoted sectarian bastards who ensure that the Labour Party won’t allow it’s Northern Ireland members to organise and run candidates in elections, directing them instead to the sectarian Roman Catholic SDLP.
    OnefuckingNation, my arse.

    • 45
      Bollocks to getting a pseudonym says:

      It’s bad enough having Liebore scum in England, Wales and Scotland, without another handful from NI.

    • 56
      One Balkanised Shithole says:

      You’d have thought the dopey british establishment would have looked at Ireland (and Fiji) and thought importing large numbers of people from somewhere else against the wishes of the native population isn’t a good idea.

    • 68
      Jimmy says:

      Stoops take the Labour whip and Lady Sylvia may as well do.

      At least you can join now.

  16. 27
    Fuck it says:

    Talking of left wing mongs I see bum boy Burnham is at it again in the Commons denying that Liebore did anything wrong with the NHS.

    I just don’t get it, bummer Burnham and postman Pat presided over a vile corrupt NHS that murdered thousands and handed out free care to the scum of the world. Yet not a word is said.

    The BBC might be better off asking who oversaw the murder of thousands by the NHS instead of who Boris is fucking.

  17. 28
    Anonymous says:

    Did his ancestors emigrate to, err, Ireland?.

    • 46
      Bollocks to getting a pseudonym says:

      When he said his ancestors came from Sligo, what I think he meant was that his ancestors were sly gits.

  18. 30
    The Brillo Effect says:

  19. 32
    An Extremely Ancient Seafarer says:

    In the ‘seen elsewhere’ section: “Eddie Mair did a splendid job”.

    That supremely ironic headline is of course from the BBC who take six words from the article completely out of context to convey the opposite impression of the actual content of the piece. Duplicitous cvnts. This organisation really has to be put down.

  20. 33
    Vile says:

    Typical right winger.

  21. 35
    Seamus O'Riordan says:

    He is definitely not from Sligo thats for sure.. My guess is that he is one of the County Mayo O’Umunnas, traitors to dear old Ireland. Rumour has it they were all members of the Bl@@k and Tans.

  22. 37
    Starky says:

    A Celt is a white man with a hangover.

  23. 39
    Postal Votes are Labour Loo Paper says:

    Vile shit

  24. 41
    Heidi Alexander MP says:

    Did you see me get my question in at health questions in the commons just now?
    I was wearing a spotted scarf to hide my rather over-ample bosom. I have lost weight recently though and I am trying hard to lose some more before the summer.

    • 50
      Beware socialists wearing £2,500 suits says:

      Hmm. She looks like two of my ex-girlfriends.

      There are only two things wrong with Heidi. She’s never had a real job, and she did a Masters in “European Urban and Regional Change”. I’m sorry, Heidi, but what sort of Mickey Mouse Masters is that? I thought Gordon Brown’s Masters “History of the Labour Party” (which took the daft Huhne 11 years) was a waste of fecking time, but “European Urban and Regional Change”?? WTF?

      • 71
        An Extremely Ancient Seafarer says:

        It is something to do with putting speed cameras and cctvs on every corner of the continent. Smile for the camera!

  25. 47
    Hugh-Seamus O'Grately, stage Irishman, says:

    Oh, well sure and begorrah, and haven’t ye ever heard tell of the Black Irish?

  26. 49
    Tom Fatson MP says:

    I love to bum fuck chuka

  27. 51
    damned impertinent questions says:

    As we say in Dublin, what a collection of loons and cultchies

    Looks like a coach trip from Yonkers on an “Ireland in 72 hours” tour

  28. 52
    Brown out & pay me damages says:

    What an arse!

  29. 58
    Martin Stoke-Newington says:

    The second from the right with hair has a Jeremy Beadle hand.

    A weak grasp, much like labour has on many issues.

    Dont get me wrong i’m all for disabled MPs but mentally disabled only, physical deformity isn’t good for votes.

  30. 61
    Michael says:

    Happy Spartacus?

  31. 63
    Cryingoutfordecentpoliticians says:

    Cynical jumping-on-the bandwagon-ness.

  32. 66
    peech imspedment says:

    Thought they didn’t have snakes in Ireland.

    • 69
      Pope Francis the Unlucky says:

      they did have snakes but all the little people captured them all and trained them to take to riding but then all the little people had a race to see who could get to America first and they all fell off the Cliffs of Mohar. So now there are no snakes and very few little people to be sure.

  33. 67
    Al Capone's guns don't argue says:

    that nice man on “up all night” was saying that Streatham is called St. Reatham locally, which I thought was funny.


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