April 4th, 2013

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54 Comments

  1. 1
    Dysgenics says:

    The opposite of eugenics. Encouraging the least able and least active to reproduce the most. Usually achieved by welfare, it ensures a steady stream of low IQ ethnics and chavs who will be guaranteed to provide Labour votes for decades to come.

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    • 2
      INEPTOCRACY says:

      A system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.

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    • 19
      Ol' Crummy says:

      Had this reprobate Mick Tosspot lived in the days of the Protectorate, he had surely been hanged for his crimes. On the other hand, had Tosspot lived then, he had surely been an MP, as he would fit in most comfortably, with the other jugglers, whoremasters, dr*unkards, and swindlers then sitting. By Jesu, I do struggle to see how ’twas a man of his character never entered politics in the 21st century, as it seems he hath a formidable set of skills for the job, what with his chiselling ways and fornications.

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      • 42
        Temujin says:

        yea and verily they didst hang children for stealing a loaf of bread because he and his lone mother were starving

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        • 50
          Ol' Crummy says:

          ‘Twas with the connivance of the Church such practice took place, in that the fewer the mendicants, the less those dog-collars needed to spend on the poor and hence, could trouser themselves– and as to the hanging of children, ’twas thought by many, nits make lice, and this sort of thinking hath not vanish’d altogether, as in some of the discussion of Tosspot’s children, those still alive and those, well, not-so-much.

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  2. 4

    What with OJ Simpleton inside, does it have a “SWALK” written on the back?

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  3. 7
    Owen (Bollinger) Jones says:

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  4. 9
    Geedo needs media training says:

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    • 14
      And in other news.. says:

      Gordo needs potty training.

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    • 47
      Temujin says:

      That somehow reminds me of the News quiz, the one where John Prescott was suppose to have appeared he didn’t so they represented him by a tub of lard, they even occasionally addressed the tub of lard.

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  5. 15
    Resident of 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    I nearly read that as potty training!

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  6. 16
    Nonce Sense says:

    Prints by the artist Graham Ovenden have been removed from the Tate’s online collection following his conviction for child sex offences.

    Ovenden was found guilty at Truro Crown Court on Tuesday of six counts of indecency and one of indecent assault against girls in the 1970s and 80s.

    A Tate spokeswoman said the gallery was “reviewing the online presentation” of the 34 prints.

    Ovenden, 70, is on bail ahead of sentencing at Plymouth Crown Court.

    The spokeswoman said: “Graham Ovenden is an artist of note, whose work has been widely shown over more than 40 years.

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    • 39
      Precarious Prole (before today known as P l e b) says:

      A major collector of Ovenden’s work has recently sold his collection. Just can’t remember the collector’s name…

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  7. 18
    Channel 4 at 10pm tonight says:

    True Stories documentary by photographer Leo Maguire, providing an insight into why men and women engage in or watch sexual activity in front of strangers in public areas after dark. Accompanying his participants to lay-bys, woods and picnic spots around the UK, they discuss their attraction to dogging and reveal how they were introduced to it.

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  8. 21
    Margodi Ug says:

    You’ve got this back to front.

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  9. 22
    Mick Scum Philpott says:

    Mick Scum Philpott used his kids as pawns for his own selfish ends.

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  10. 24
    Owen Jones says:

    What should you do if you run over Guido Fawkes in your car? Reverse just to make sure

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    • 26
      Ex-BBC chauffeur David Smith says:

      Do you mean the car that you are in and I am dr1ving Owen?

      Not that I am saying you are a champagne socialist or anything (See Post 7 above)

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    • 27
      Joss Taskin says:

      As Owen is on the same page as Kim Jong il, can’t he fly over to North Korea and settle there permanently ?

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    • 30
      Owin Jokes says:

      Don’t mention car crashes……

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    Comrade Delta of the Socialist R*apists Party says:

    Viva our comrades in North Korea!

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  13. 33
    Death says:

    LATEST:

    Richard Beasley, an Ohio man who killed three men lured by bogus job offers on Craigslist, is sentenced to death

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  14. 34
    Benefits related? says:

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2013/apr/04/men-jailed-murder-child-rapist

    Three men have been given life sentences for the murder of a convicted child rapist.

    Geoffrey Reed, 57, was beaten to death in his ground floor flat in Bournemouth, Dorset, by half brothers Stuart and Lee Wareham and Benjamin Walter.

    The prosecution said this was a motive in the murder and also that the men wanted Reed’s benefits.

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  15. 36
    Universal Hiss says:

    I see Ms.Penny has resurfaced….

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2013/apr/04/where-are-the-activists-austerity

    She’s getting a right kicking below the line. How odd for the Guardianistas.

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    • 38
      Short term memory says:

      New movements to resist austerity must expect to meet the same wall of state violence as soon as they become effective, because that’s how the Tories operate.

      Not Labour, of course, who detained an elderly Holocaust survivor under the prevention of terrorism act for heckling Jack Straw, and increased detention without charge.

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      • 44
        Casual Observer says:

        And lets not forget that it was under Labour that the police were allowed to murder the Brazilian, Charles de Menezes in public on an underground train, and Ian Tomlinson at the G20.

        Utterly criminal.

        University action against the occupiers is heavy handed, but the treatment has been light compared with what happened under the previous government.

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  16. 37
    Owen Jones says:

    Guido,I think you need a nice glass of shut the fuck up.

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  17. 43
    Comrade Delta says:

    No woman can resist me. That’s because I usually have her pinned down.

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  18. 46
    Owen Jones says:

    I think the Mumbai Indians will win today, what do you think ?

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  19. 51
    Precarious Prole (before today known as P l e b) says:

    “More than 175,000 UK companies have offshore directors”

    Tax avoidance on an industrial scale. So there you go George and Beaker – let’s round the fuckers up.

    Morally repugnant I’d call it.

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    • 52
      The Observer says:

      Hmmm and they have the cheek to tell the Pakistanis to get their taxation system in order siting, corruption, tax avoidance, fiddling, money held abroad, and non payment of tax, does that ring a bell

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  20. 54
    Guido sellout says:

    Sad to see Guido becoming just another Tory tip-off merchant like Sun, mail and telegraph. But I guess he has to butter up his best customers to survive.

    Looks like his true ambition, now he has a column in the Sun, is to take over Coulson’s old job with Dave in Downing Street.

    What’s next in the Guido sellout parade – full membership of the Lobby?

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