April 28th, 2013

Read Guido’s Column in The Sun Today

Guido shares a page with John Whittingdale in today’s Sun, who makes the case for politically independent regulation of the press. In Guido’s column:

  • MPs claim cuts mean they should get another inflation busting staffing budget increase
  • Tories aren’t moving in the polls, so why is CCHQ calling Pickfords?
  • How Tessa Jowell confused Ed’s guru Arnie Graff
  • Who heckled Liam Fox and why?
  • Why the PM brought Jessie Norman in from the cold
  • The tale of the SpAd who “forgot” to meet Craig Oliver in Downing Street

There’s also a fantastic picture of BoJo with a bunny. All for just 60p…


575 Comments

  1. 1
    Ed Balls says:

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  2. 3
    The Shadow Public Health Minister says:

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  3. 6
    UKIP Black Balled by the chattering class says:

    How come every man and his dog is invited on the telly this morning discussing UKIP except anyone from UKIP?

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  4. 8
    Nigel's reply to Ashcroft says:

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    • 15
      Alexsandr says:

      i read ashcrofts rant (sorry, open letter, no I was right, rant) this morning. God LIBLABCON are scared.

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    • 30
      Parker Farage says:

      Our policies are clear; pink Rollers for all and increased funding for International Rescue.

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      • 55
        Dave "have a banana" Milliband says:

        You’re my kind of guy

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      • 366
        nothing to c here. says:

        pink is 4 the feeble.
        the daring dark do it with style, the SAS way.
        the more with the SAS can do spirit the better
        kill the drama.

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    • 73
      Just asking says:

      Is Farage a bit of a piss-artist?

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    • 87
      Wyle Cop says:

      Nige should have added “I’d be happy to meet Michael Ashcroft over a pint HERE IN THE UK…”

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      • 219
        Anonymous says:

        That rather assumes our Nige is in fact in the UK rather than poncing expenses in Brussels.

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        • 549
          R U Really that thick? says:

          Explain the EU allowance system to us again. You know, the one that ALL MEP’s get.

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    • 89
      Anonymous says:

      If nigel keeps drinking at the rate he does, he wont be here to stay himself !

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      • 110
        Dick the Prick says:

        A bit like John Smith who died of alcoholism. I guess in the history books he’s an irrelevant footnote but he paved the way for Blair so the hypothetical stands as vaguely interesting, maybe, perhaps….or maybe not.

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        • 138
          Wurzel says:

          Bessie Braddock: “Sir, you are drunk.”
          Churchill: “Madam, you are ugly. In the morning, I shall be sober.”

          Nancy Astor: “Sir, if you were my husband, I would give you poison.”
          Churchill: “If I were your husband I would take it.”

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          • Your Friendly Neighbourhood Apocryphal Story Service says:

            The former is attributed to William Claude Dukinfield, alias W.C. Fields, as well; the latter is attributed to David Lloyd George also. However, our favourites concerning Lady Astor and Sir Winston are Churchill’s reflection that having a woman in the House of Commons was like having a woman intrude upon him whilst he was urinating, to which Nan replied, “But you’ve got nothing to hide, Mr Churchill!” and another in which Churchill, having been invited to a fancy-dress ball, pondered what sort of mask he should wear, to which Nan replied, “Oh, just show up sober, nobody’ll recognise you, ferchrissakes!”

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          • Lord Stansted says:

            Wasn’t Astor responsible for the term D-Day dodgers, meaning the poor bastards who fought in “sunny Italy”?

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        • 397
          They hate her because she won says:

          Ah John Smith. Hero of the left. I had forgotten about him. Shall we dig him up and have a state funeral?

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      • 123
        RIP says:

        If the shadow public health minister keeps eating at the rate she does, she wont be here much longer.

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        • 137
          trolls are tossers says:

          If the Communities Minister keeps eating at the rate he does he won’t fit into the uniform of a Sontaran Commander.

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        • 390
          CarryHole is a vile Hunt says:

          I could point you to links showing all those drink/eat too much things are fact free inventions of the puritan streaked health-meddler lobby.

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    • 114
      RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

      I’m happy to talk to Lord Ashcroft too. If he’s giving £ 600,000,000.00 to charity when he dies will he give me some ??

      I’ll also talk to Nigel Farage, George Gobaway, my Trades unions bosses, randow people in the streets, anyone who will help me and Ed Balls get our hands on the levers of power.

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      • 551
        Labour lie, it's what they do says:

        The levers of power are in Brussels and Berlin thicko.

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        • 569
          Anonymous says:

          The levers of power are over here. The EU is just an excuse/fig leaf. Method of bringing in policies and saying “not me guv”.

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  5. 18
    Living in 97.1% white Merseyside says:

    Hardly anyone reads the Sun in our neck of the woods.

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  6. 21
    Owen Jones says:

    The Sun is a racist, homophobic, sexist paper that will be destroyed come the communist revolution.

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    • 23
      Echo falls says:

      That’s what Dave said about UKIP

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      • 27
        Owen Jones says:

        Dave is a member of the evil millionaire ruling class.
        Oppessors of the workers, come the revolution he will be purged.

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      • 37
        Parker Farage says:

        As an Old Etonian Dave is just jealous of my close relationship with Scott and Virgil.

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        • 40
          Owen Jones says:

          As a SWP/UAF/CPGB member I should be made editor of the guardian.

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        • 102
          Anonymous says:

          God, farage is a joke ! why are people talking the pratt up all the time ?

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          • Dick the Prick says:

            What’s your angle, son? You got money in the game? Some kind of vested interest? For me, I think all power to his elbow if it makes the Tories at least consider the fact that the EU is taking the piss. On QT the other night Luciana of Berger kept repeating that she didn’t know how many Bulgarians would arrive because the government hadn’t released ‘their list’. Now, bearing in mind i’m thick as fuck most of the time – isn’t it more likely that she didn’t know because nobody frickin’ knows until they turn up en masse demanding heart surgery, sprog educayshun, housing and succour?

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          • Parker Farage says:

            I resent that comment. Parker is one of the serious characters in Thunderbirds.

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          • Chilli Bom-Bom says:

            LibLabCon troll! Do fuck off………….and tell your owners their bullshit smears and name-calling don’t work any more. We’ve seen through you!

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    • 38
      Living in 97.1% white Merseyside says:

      Strike a deal with them Owen. They can continue to publish as long as you can pose for Page Three.

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      • 43
        Living in 97.1% white Merseyside says:

        Not that we will see you as no-one buys the Sun on Merseyside.

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      • 306
        Anonymous says:

        Dick the prick – if nobody knows how many to expect from Bulgaria, why is Nigel saying we will be overun with Bulgarians ? i know, just another knee jerk reaction.

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        • 323
          rick says:

          “………….. why is Nigel saying we will be overun with Bulgarians ?”

          Have you seen Bulgaria?…..use your imagination.

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        • 409
          They hate her because she won says:

          Tony Bliar reckoned we would only see 50,000 Poles when they joined the EU. It is now about 600,000. We took in 6.8 million immigrants during Bliars/Browns parliament. We are now reaping the benefits. We are skint but we need to build enough schools for an extra 250,000 children largely due to additional births by immigrants. The national health service is so overrun they no longer even check whether people attending hospitals are entitled to treatment in this country. Two million illegal immigrants are ‘missing’ in this country. More than 1 million asylum seekers and illegal immigrants haven’t had their cases looked at yet.
          The country has been fucked and people still wonder why UKIP is attractive.

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    • 75
      Frank Scunner says:

      “CHEATING RONALDO ROMPS WITH MISS BUMBUM”

      Is Murdoch aware of the shit that is published in this rag?

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  7. 24
    Ed Balls says:

    Ed Balls.

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  8. 25
    Apumanche says:

    I always believe that ethnic food always tastes better in the country of origin.
    Aficionados are advised to pack three suitcases and cancel the milk.

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  9. 34
    Next week says:

    Rub it up the bastards, UKIP.

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  10. 35
    The voices in Gordon Brown's head says:

    Ed Balls

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    • 42
      Living in 97.1% white Merseyside says:

      Do you reckon Mr Balls is at risk in Ed’s re-shuffle?

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      • 46
        Loopy Lou says:

        I dont think they will be going to the chip shop together.

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      • 48
        Unite-R-Us says:

        You’ll have to wait until we’ve had a word with Ed

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      • 80
        Boris (Oxford) says:

        Alastair Darling would make a much better Chancellor.

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        • 96
          A little dickie-bird says:

          Northern Crock.

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        • 121
          Sir William W says:

          He has the eyebrows for the job, but he also has a record of failure.

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        • 149
          Labour is off its ED says:

          Alistair Darling WAS Chancellor in Labour’s inglorious reign of terror.

          Fat lot of good he was!

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          • Living in 97.1% white Merseyside says:

            Ah, but who was Chancellor during the boom years?

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          • What boom?

            That boom that never was?

            That boom that was borrowed for in order to achieve it?

            The time when some other countries had genuine booms and we had to create a bogus, fictitious, illusory one?

            Only the man who sold our gold at the bottom of the market could do things that badly. You don’t create such a clusterfuck just by accident, you know, it requires hard work and application from a twisted mind.

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          • CarryHole is a vile Hunt says:

            I didn’t see a boom, I saw a collapse in affordability of land, a explosion of debt to be paid back with interest on and massive pressure on salaries.

            Labour’s Pyrrhic Growth

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  11. 49

    This Miss Bumbum on the front page?

    Is she someone’s Spad?

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  12. 64
    wentonsam says:

    Do yourself a favour. Don’t read the Sun.

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  13. 69
    Nige F says:

    I’m the heir to Clegg.

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    • 85
      Nige for PM says:

      Nige F = Nick Clegg with wit and wisdom.

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      • 105
        Parker Farage says:

        Regretfully my diary is too full to run the country………visiting jailed UKIP MEPs, long meetings with Latvian representatives, the filming of Thunderbirds – The Movie……

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  14. 77
    Ed Miliband says:

    Today I will decide which side of my paper to write on.

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    • 103
      Long Tall Izally says:

      The side that says “Now wash your hands please” is best.
      Don’t use any Labour Party draft policy document – that’s already got Brown stuff on both sides.

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      • 161
        Living in 97.1% white Merseyside says:

        Or the side which has GOVERNMENT PROPERTY printed on it.

        Say one thing about Commons’ bog paper it teaches MP’s how to spell one word in particular.

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      • 414
        Gordon 'Mad Dog' Brown says:

        Did someone mention me?

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  15. 78
    Anonymous says:

    What’s the BUMBUM story?

    Sod the rest.

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  16. 78
    Frau Yvette Cooper says:

    Ed Balls.

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    • 107
      Dyno Saw says:

      Herr E.

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      • 182
        Frank Foreskinner says:

        Q. What do you call the useless piece of skin that hangs off the end of Ed Balls’ penis?

        A. Yvette Cooper!

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        • 205
          Max Miller, the "Cheeky Chappy," says:

          In the case of Ed Balls, you’re assuming there IS an end to that prick (*boom tish!*)…oh, you know what I’m saying, don’tcha, don’t play coy, it doesn’t become you!

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  17. 88
    Iain Ducan Shithead, MP and Minister says:

    I have come to recognise that as a man pimping off my wife’s family fortune I should do the honourable thing and return my ministerial and MPs salaries to the State.

    That will restore my sense of self-worth.

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    Toilet Humour from toilets Maguire says:

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  19. 116
    Sir William W says:

    Guido and Miss Bumbum – something for all tastes.

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    • 122
      Sir Bumley Foghorn MP (Much Ranting in the Shires) says:

      I thought Miss Bumbum was Mr Fawkes alter ego at the Friday night gatherings of the Westminster S&M Club.

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  20. 117
    miserlyoldgit says:

    I expect The Queen to return all Civil List payments immediately on hearing IDS’s desperate plea.

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    • 128
      P l e b says:

      He asks the rich for money, politely; but he takes it from the poor, with menaces. Funny that…

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      • 400
        CarryHole is a vile Hunt says:

        Actually he takes it mostly from the non-feckless.

        The feckless are by far the most rewarded with OPM.

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    • 131
      Heil Cameron says:

      Is rich David Cameron going to return his DLA?

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    • 139
      IDS goes for broke and upsets what remaining Tory Core Vote they have left says:

      Nobody in Tory party dare legislate for it though as it’s a definite further vote loser for the Tories . Soit’s all down to IDS trying to get people to feel “guilty” if they receive it. The contra argument of course is….If you’ve paid National Insurance and tax for 40 odd years and claimed nothing back then you are entitled to these perks in your old age irrespective of wther you have been prudent and saved for your retirement instead of sponged off the state

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      • 148
        fuckinghypocritesthelotofthem says:

        Definitely without doubt this man is depriving a village somewhere of an idiot.
        The man would take the food from a child’s mouth because in his mind for some reason the family’s unworthy.
        Then I kid you not, he puts an expenses claim in for a pair of underpants, I know it beggars belief but this is the world according to George Smith……..

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      • 151
        Iain Sunken Schmidt says:

        Before ve re-establish ze camps – erm, sorry, I mean ze Vorkhauses, ve should know ze enemy within! All who are not to be included in our Volksgemeinschaft – ermm, sorry again, “Big Society”, should be easily identifiable to upright citizens – citizens who pay zeir taxes…er, vell, zose who might pay some taxes at least – perhäps.

        Ze IDS Decree from ze Zentralkommittee of ze Große Koalition states zat pensioners, und ze disabled, und ze unemployed vill henceforth wear armbands in public to make zem easily identifiable to ze Strivers.

        In addition, vhen zere are labour shortages at (for example) Pfundland and any other establishment in ze “Arbeit macht Frei” Scheme, ze new SA – oops, sorry again, ze G4S Sonderkommando can round up ze nearest people mit armbands and deport zem!

        Ve are still vorking on distinctive uniforms to make public sector vorkers more identifiable

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        • 165
          Living in 97.1% white Merseyside says:

          Will they be forced to walk in the gutter?

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        • 403
          CarryHole is a vile Hunt says:

          50% initial tax on income sounds more like a work camp to me…

          Then there’s Employer AND employee NI
          Then VAT (and duty).

          The most productive must be left with about 25% of their salary once the feckless have had their fill of blood-sucking.

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    • 154
      KFC 14.30 says:

      Are MPs going to voluntarily pay more for their tax-payer subsidised meals?

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  21. 120
    Chalky White says:

    Your all racists

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  22. 126
    Dan Hodges says:

    Can everyone get the Ed Balls schtick out their systems, please!

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  23. 134
    She's not so Mad afterall says:

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    • 157
      Jimmy says:

      On the subject of people the tories don’t want back for the general election….

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    • 164
      The Boy with Big Pants says:

      I wish she would get her tits oot fer the ladz!

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      • 472
        Harbourmaster says:

        Bloody hell, she’s good…

        I bet Osborne is busy right now wondering whether she’s more of a danger inside or outside of the Conservative Party.

        When he should be busy with the numbers.

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  24. 135
    Big Beast Clarke says:

    Dave has told me to take some time off from selling cancer sticks in the Far East and do some slagging off UKIP. He said he’s so nervous he’s had the shits for 3 weeks.

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    • 147
      Sir Bumley Foghorn MP (Much Ranting in the Shires) says:

      Now that is obviously not true. Most of the shits have been off on a team bonding course for the last week.

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  25. 144
    Tomcat6 says:

    IDS has come up with a great idea……..and whilst we are at it get all the millionaire ministers to hand back their expenses.

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  26. 152
    The Treacherous Tin Pot Tosser in No 10 says:

    Oh I do so frightfully agree with Ken! – and the fact that I am NOT a fruitloop, closet cake, – or clown – proves that I am not UKIP!!

    I’m Progressive!!

    What???

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  27. 153
    One Term Dave says:

    I’ve just had a whizzo idea on how to get this country out of the mess it’s in. How about making all top posts in the civil service and government only open to Eton shirtlifters? Toodle pip!

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  28. 156
    The LibLabConners are running scared says:

    The Tory smear meisters are out in force this weekend…

    Ken Clarke, the Minister Without Portfolio, has dismissed some people intending to vote Ukip in the upcoming local elections as racists.
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/ukip/10023578/Ken-Clarke-Some-Ukip-voters-are-racists.html

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    • 159
      Top Comment says:

      The LabLibCon parties are a catastrophe for Great Britain and the long term settled British people. While Ken Clarke writes articles attacking UKIP, the destruction of our country continues apace.

      You know you live in a country run by idiots when you can be thrown in jail if the idiots don’t like what you say..

      You know you live in a country run by idiots when patients die in hospital for want of basic medical care or die for want of food and water, and nobody takes the blame.

      You know you live in a country run by idiots when the inane David Cameron government proposes to allow men to marry other men and thereby destroy the traditions contained in hundreds of years of history.

      You know you live in a country run by idiots when the British people are destroyed not by war or famine but by their own politicians importing millions of foreigners against the wishes of the settled population, and giving your country away to them.

      All at your own expense of course.

      You know you live in a country run by idiots when saving the country involves destroying the country with windmills, and having the stupidest energy policy in the entire world by pricing electricity out of reach of the consumer.

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      • 169
        Living in 97.1% white Merseyside says:

        They’re not idiots when it comes to getting their snouts in the trough. That’s what they go into politics for, certainly not for the well-being of British citizens.

        I see there’s another citizen (ex-soldiers) fighting against being extradited to The States. They just don’t care.

        And as for non-citizens – need I say more?

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      • 180
        albacore says:

        Compared with your average, lowly Ukipper
        A LibLabCon artist’s sane as Jack the Ripper
        Our Parliament ain’t just eccentric or skittish
        Its hatred’s psychotic for anything British

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      • 300
        Labour is off its ED says:

        That is, indeed, a top comment.

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    • 172
      Housemaster says:

      This is internecine strife, one wing of fascism versus another.
      Move along, nothing to see here.

      Keep your eyes on the ball, tomorrow the bogus trials of Universal Credit begin and so begins the attack on the working poor

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      • 212
        Universal Hiss says:

        It will never go live across the whole country. It’s more fucked than a totally fucked thing already & that’s before the so called trial of about 20 single people.

        Have you see the exemptions from the trial? It’s laughable.It excludes 98% or possibly more of their expected clients.

        This will be the most catastrophic & costly IT scheme the world has ever seen,after the most catastrophic & costly NHS IT scheme.

        One definition of madness? Doing exactly the same thing & expecting a different result.

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    • 417
      They hate her because she won says:

      Clarke is an ineffectual Liberal. If Cameron wants to win the next election he needs to get rid of these people, and Clarke should be top of the list.
      http://www.channel4.com/news/articles/uk/prisons+in+the+uk+are+a+costly+and+ineffectual+failure+according+to+justice+secretary+ken+clarke/3696277.html

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  29. 160
    Nursie nursie says:

    Now then Mr Clarke it’s time for your medication and a little snooze. Have you heard of the Liverpool Pathway?

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    • 173
      Living in 97.1% white Merseyside says:

      In case you don’t know Mr Clarke it’s a walkway/cycle route on the disused Cheshire Lines Committee railway from South Liverpool northwards to Southport.

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    • 179
      Mavis ( aged 94 ) says:

      Mother used to say that only cads wear suede shoes, and that often they are pee do shirt lifters.

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  30. 166
    Minister without a Cluedo says:

    What do you want me to do Dave? Try to alienate as many Tories as possible? I’ll get onto it as soon as I’ve had a nap.

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  31. 181
    Madmonty says:

    Oh dear, Good old Ken Clarke spouting off againts UKIP

    Excuse me Ken , you looked in the mirror lately, and what about the likes of Oliver Letwin, Chris Grayling, John Redwood,Eric Pickles, not entirely sure any of them are playing with a full deck of cards.

    If UKIP splits the Tory vote they are fine by me.

    The real thing is Ken , is that UKIP are going to take at least 9% of council seats off you, including in your own stomping ground, which will mean Labour will probably seize control of a lot of marginal councils, especially in the North. Cameron cannot be happy.

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    • 206
      Universal Hiss says:

      & George Smith is helping UKIP this weekend too. Telegraph too frit to open comments on two of Smith’s little puff pieces?

      Any opposition to the Tory party just needs to sit back,point and laugh.

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  32. 183
    Casual Observer says:

    Is that Tesco’s? Send us a truckload of toilet paper to No.10 by Friday. UKIP’s going to give the entire Cabinet the shits after next Thursday.

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    • 525
      Anon...........but Voting UKIP.ORG says:

      Can we have a FOI request how much has been spent on Bog Rolls by No.10

      over the last month…..????

      CMDDD really has the shits bad & thats before nightmare of Thursday Nite

      & Friday is revealed………along with the South Shields By Election result !!!!

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  33. 184
    One Term Dave says:

    I’m starting to get worried about the negative reaction to Ken Clarke’s racist comments. The new line is that it’s just the mumblings of a senile old duffer and nothing to do with me. Get that out into the media immediately.

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    • 190
      Countdown to Exit Dave says:

      770 days left, Dave.

      
      

      But why bother waiting ? You’ve already totally pissed off most the of the Conservative voters so there’s nothing much left for you to do.
      Do the decent thing for once in your miserable existence.

      
      

      Go now.

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  34. 194
    Bazinga! says:

    Actually Alistair Darling would make a better chancellor than either the cuunt we have know or the one eyed gayer we had before.

    Luckily for the Tories there’s little chance of Milimong getting rid of Balls before the election, Balls is the Tories best weapon at the next election.

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    • 199
      The West Lotian Question and all that jazz says:

      Darling is fronting the “NO” Campaign in Scotland. If the Scots vote for Independence then 60 odd Labour MPS will be disbarred from Westminster in 2016(when Independence is expected to take place following the referendum result if its is “YES”)This would wipe out the Labour majority if they were the government and require an immediate General Election notwithstanding the Fixed Term parliaments Act as they would be unable to win a vote of confidence ….one of the triggers under the act for early dissolving of Parliament and the calling of an election…so Darling is more valuable to Miliband in Scotland. Howver if the “NO” Campaign wins then Darling will return to Westminster triumphant and Balls will be out on his ear.

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    • 201
      Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

      Ed Balls

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  35. 195
    C Knellswear says:

    “After all, a Conservative victory followed by the referendum result you want could see UKIP vanish in a puff of logic, and in as little as four years.”

    
    

    That Lord Cashcroft is quite the joker, isn’t he ? Wonder what he does for an encore.

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  36. 198
    Anonymous says:

    Pickfords? At least the North Korean diplomat hired a posher firm when he moved out of his semi-detached house in some fecked up home counties street,

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  37. 200
    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

    I DON’T THINK I KNOW CHRIS ████

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  38. 202
    Anonymous says:

    Liam Fox is not all there – the last doc I would visit to feel my plums for testicular cancer,

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  39. 204
    Ian Dunkem Shits says:

    UKIP – the party of loonies, radical rightwing bigots, dead old people, former fascists now too old to remember, racists, former conservative HQ deadbeats, old etonians without a job, farmers, landowners who live in Switzerland, painters and decorators who read the sun for intelligent information, the lady in the hairdressers, the poet who doesn’t write poems and on and on

    still won’t get any MPs in the rigged parliamentary elections that maintain the establishment status quo that is Britain in its fourth year of economic depression – we don’t need anymore nazis in this country – we’ve got enough already!!!

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    • 215
      Anonymous says:

      UKIP are like a raw egg – hard on the outside, but soft on the inside, with no policies from the little chicky inside that matters, in European and World affairs, They keep chirping, that is all they do.

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      • 220
        Anonymous says:

        mmmmm, hot pants, ey Jim?

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        • 517
          Anonymous says:

          1971, Shirley McKenna, from down the road, both of us nine – seeing her in them hot pants gave me my first true rise, especially when she gave that certain smile to me when she noticed I was looking at her in that certain way, new discovered, for us both. Song for Shirley McKenna,

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      • 324
        Anonymous says:

        Ukip voters are so thick they dont even realise that they have no MPs ! they think the local elections are going to change the world, its sad.

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      • 420
        They hate her because she won says:

        Why do you think they are worth a comment then?

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        • 565
          Liverberd says:

          Because he obviously gets paid by the comment. You can tell that from the unending drip of tripe.

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  40. 208
    So UKIP are Clowns Ken? says:

    There once was a little kid named Ken who loved clowns. I mean LOVED them. He had posters of them all over his wall and pictures of them everywhere.

    One day his parents took him to the Circus to see all of the clowns. He was so excited! He never saw one up close before! In the middle of the show, a tiny little car came out and out came 20 clowns! He was cheering so loud he couldn’t speak for a couple minutes. Just then, the Leader of the Clowns took a microphone and asked for a volunteer. Ken raised his hand and shouted ”Me! Me!” The clown looked around and said ”You!” as he pointed at Ken. He was so happy!

    Ken joined the clown on the floor. The clown looked down at him and asked, ”Are you the horse’s nose?” Ken said ”No…” ”Are you the horse’s ears?” ”No…” Then the clown got an evil look in his eye as he said ”Then you must be the horse’s ass!” The whole tent shook with laughter, and Ken cried his eyes out. He couldn’t believe a clown made fun of him like that! He swore revenge!

    Ken grew up, he went to college, got married, became a politician and had a few kids, but still never forgot what that clown did to him. One morning he saw an ad in the paper for the same circus, and decided to go. He knew the PERFECT insult to get him back! When he told his wife and kids he was going his kids asked if they could go to the circus with him. He calmly said ”No. Daddy has something he needs to do there.” In the middle of the show, a little car came out and out came about 20 clowns. The crowd cheered, except for Ken. The Leader of the Clowns took a microphone. It was the same Clown! Ken was so excited that he could now get revenge!

    The clown asked for a volunteer. Ken calmly raised his hand. The clown picked him! Ken joined the clown on the floor. The clown said ”Are you the horse’s nose?” Ken stayed calm and said ”No.” The clown asked ”Are you the horse’s ears?” Ken replied ”No.” Then the clown said ”Then you must be the horse’s ass!”

    Ken knew his time had come. As the crowd laughed and everyone cheered, his anger grew. Now was the time for revenge. He looked deep into the clown’s eyes and said…

    ”Fuck off Nigel”

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      Anonymous says:

      …and heard Farage’s young lad spent a night in the cells when the Met cops picked him up plastered out of his skull in the West End the other day, and when Nige was asked to comment, he said “No Comment”. Heard Nige jnr was well out of his skull, Sounds like an average night for me out in the smoke. £65 quid – cheapest room in the city, coffee and a curly sandwich at six in the morning, to see if the desk Sarge finds out if you are fit to leave their, umm, hospitality.

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        Anonymous says:

        I have more dna taken from me than a cavemans skeleton found on Salisbury Plain I have, on Time Team on channel 4 telly me. They shove my cheek particle into that machine, and it just comes out with – “oh that drunk feckhar again – mostly harmless, let him go”. Honest!

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      Tay King-dePisse says:

      Use this music for the intro to stories about what the politicians are looking like themselves, in their apparent coulrophobic response to UKIP’s threat (look it up, I’m not doing all your heavy lifting for you lot):

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      Anonymous says:

      Have you got nothing better to do on a sunday afternoon,than write to write 28 lines of rubbish about an old man.You sad bastard.

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    Anonymous says:

    Who’s the comedy legend now in his 70s they’re talking about?

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/jimmy-savile-police-ageing-comedy-1857806

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    Iain Drunken Shit's 'Let's parlez Franglais' says:

    plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose :

    
    

    The more of your change that you give us, the more votes you get for the meme of your choice.

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    A revolting Cypriot says:

    Whilst you are all still having a laugh about an arsehole who goes to lap dancing clubs and gets a mint from the European Parliament please do not forget about us here in Cyprus saved by your ultra generosity.

    Well we are still banned from withdrawing more than 300 euros of our money a day in cash and firms cannot transfer more than 20k abroad without prior permission .

    Who is really benefiting from all this?

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    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

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      Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

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        Owen Jokes says:

        Have I got the bottle ??? No, of course not !!

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          Anonymous says:

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          • Anonymous says:

            Christ, one met this dutch lady in the Costa Brava – six foot she was, towered above my old welsh bones, but did she teach some things that night, in between us sharing her bob hope spliff – her legs went to Mars, it seemed to me, touched the celing.

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          • Anonymous says:

            …think it was my karaoke singing in that bar did it… as us welsh can sing a bit, rumour has it…, and Christ was that dutch girl bootiful…

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          • Anonymous says:

            Any takers World? She is about eighteen as we speak – brilliant singer, but since I have been going around the World doing “things”, anything within a thousand miles of me, feel as if I am committing incest, no matter what age,

            Signed,

            A male welsh matchmaker.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Just sent this song to Hannah, since she is a BIG rugger supporter to our local side, and sings to them after the match in their changing rooms, when they are going in and out of the showers, in their buff. HONEST!

            She tells me she doesn’t look – as if Hannah!

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          • Anonymous says:

            More Hannah, on her joanna instead, not fiddling down below, on an instrument, as you ladies tend to do,

            What is the dowry up to now?

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        • 243
          Owen Jones' Mum says:

          That deposit is coming out of your pocket money when you lose, Owen.

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          JH2394023923093 says:

          Translation: you’re scared of being the next John O’Fuckin’ Farrell. There is plenty of material you’ve farted out that would give the opposition a field day, particularly the Lib Dems who are absolutely shameless when it comes to smearing during elections.

          I’ll never forget O’Farrell’s pitiful little face when they read out the count. He looked absolutely fucking broken.

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          Frank Carson says:

          Better to have a free bottle in front o’ me, than a prefrontal lobotomy!

          It’s the way I tell ‘em!

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          (I don't need no doctor) says:

          You have not got the bottle Jones, when it comes down to it. What frightens you is if someone asks you a question that you have no soundbite response for. You are frightened if you had to have original thought. You are churning inside at the thought.

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          They hate her because she won says:

          Loser!

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      Vince 100 Fathoms says:

      I have no recollection of saying that.

      
      

      Er … what was the question ?

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      young Shep says:

      That’s right Vince, have a go at people that can’t fight back.

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      South of the M4 says:

      Ah, rapidly rising food and energy prices, buying power of the £ diminished – interest rates on savings at near zero – and their (only) fixed income being eaten away by inflation. Vince means that kind of ‘ protection ‘ does he?

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    Watch it on iplayer says:

    All of you who think the bbc is constantly anti-Thatcher should’ve watched last night’s Young Margaret, a 90 minute love-in/hagiography. No critics, just Charles Moore, her son, relatives and childhood and university contemporaries interviewed, along with archive footage and excepts of her letters to her sister. Couldn’t have been more adulatory if it had been produced by Thatcherites themselves. .

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      The BBC are cunts says:

      We’re all Thatcherites now.

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      young Shep says:

      Guilty conscience BBC?, too little, too late.

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      C’mon. Charles Moore is a class act and the bBBC know they could not get a better person to have done it. So it was going to have to be good.

      Now they have shown they are promoting programmes in an unbiased way, they can broadcast another ten year wankfest of socialist dogma without any criticism.

      I have a letter on my desk right now from a Conservative MP, who I wrote to, telling me that they are impartial so it must be true, mustn’t it?

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        National Socialist says:

        Look you fuckwit…the LibLabCon-trick are all libertarian as are the BBC.

        Just because you are a fuckwit please don’t presume the rest of us are.

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        Read it and then make your mind up about Thatcher do not believe the hype from Tories or Labour says:

        Charles Moore’s “Authorised” Biography of Thatcher Volume 1 is an excellent tome of which I have read. It gives a picture of Margaret from birth through her schooldays,university,boyfriends,marriage to Denis, her reading for the bar just after marriage and bringing up a young family(Denis was always jetting off on business)becoming a barrister in family law and tax ;her battle to become a MP, her time in both opposition under first under MacMillan(who she thought was patronising)Home(who she admired)and then Heath (who she didn’t)to her challenge for the leadership to her eventual Prime Ministership, the Toxteth riots and ends on the Falklands. It paints a warts and all picture of Thatcher acknowledging that she had her faults and regrets both told to the author by herself , her family,colleagues and contemporaries but on balance it demonstrates exactly why she was needed, her patriotism, public service and methodist religion inherited from her father and the fact that she was ahead of her time in the 60’s and 70’s and that on balance she was mainly right about Labour, the Unions and the malaise of British Industry. She towered above her contemporaries both Labour and Tory…a fact begrudgingly acknowledged and what brought her down ultimately was her hubris having served as PM for 11 years and the jealousy. of less able men rivals in the Cabinet who had seen her leap frog over them. She however lacked tact and told it straight. to her officials and peers in the Cabinet for which some never forgave her..if they were useless she told them but her kindness/concern to those below her and her staff is not much reported until now. She also cared passionately about our country and people and never said the remark about Society…..all spin by labour
        It also debunks a lot of the Labour and Socialist rubbish being peddled about her immediately after her death. Undoubtedly she was neither villain or heroine but she WAS probably the nation’s greatest 20th Century Peace time PM and utterly changed the country and her party in the late 20th Century AND whatever her critics on the left say the Labour Party as well

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      They hate her because she won says:

      I was lovely. Why do you lefties have to be so nasty?

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    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

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    Anonymous says:

    Glad to see this 4G is working alright these days – no complaint like in the old days with mobiles on the underground London and such, or when they eventually pop their heads above ground from smoke stations, with to many bandwidth hungry youtubby.

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      Anonymous says:

      Or is it 5G? Sorry, I haven’t been keeping count. It is said landlines have fallen behind, so you are stuffed BT. Few hundred megs is possible, I have heard. I am still in the land of 100meg BT with their copper lines, but that is only due to a neighbour opposite paying for fibre optics to the junction box nearby, and being half a mile from the 01269 central exchange, of course.

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        Lord Stansted says:

        I use satellite broadband. Excellent – cheap – BT free – source code access.

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          Anonymous says:

          How many megs, but most of all, what is the damage to my pocket – that is the most important factor, since I am a right tight fisted wotsit dodah? Hate to be taken the pizzle out of monetary.

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    Bazinga! says:

    Had to laugh at mongs Vince Cable and IDS at these comments

    The Business Secretary said it is an “anomaly” that all elderly people in the UK currently receive universal benefits from the Government.
    He made the comments after Iain Duncan Smith, the Work and Pensions Secretary, called on well-off pensioners to voluntarily pay back their taxpayer-funded benefits.

    Once again politicians don’t get it do they? Pensions are NOT benefits, you have to pay national insurance in for 40 years to get a pension, if you don’t pay it you don’t get it. The fact politicians don’t invest the money and spend it is not the fault of people who are FORCED to pay it.

    Why do politicians find that so hard to understand? To get housing benefit or unemployment benefit you don’t have to do fuck all, except turn up at Dover.

    Instead of trying to rob people of what they’ve spent their entire lives building up, why don’t they cut back on their reckless spending instead?

    Fucking mongs the lot of them.

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      ENGLAND says:

      We had the money. Some was invested in Gold Bullion. Then the Libor party came along and Gordon Brown pissed it all away.

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      sick of em says:

      yes it’s funny that the wealthy are asked, nicely, if they wouldn’t mind handing back their benefits but the poor , disabled and unemployed are legislated against in the most draconian manner.

      the only thing you can trust the tories for is being nasty, vicious fucking c’unts

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      CarryHole is a vile Hunt says:

      IDS in short form “Punish people for being prudent, hard working and saving”.

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    Presenting.. Miss BumBum 2012 says:

    http://bcove.me/3r0q5osr

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    You tree says:

    So who’s this comedian in his 70s who’s about to be arrested? Scotland Yard sources say it’ll shock the public. We can certainly rule out Cannon and Ball and Little and Large. They’re not comedians.

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  52. 263
    Damian McBride says:

    I’ve been moonlighting for Dave’s lot but don’t tell anyone.
    Needs must.

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      National Socialist says:

      How is transferring your whoring for one libertarian party to another be construed as moonlighting?

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  53. 274
    Anonymous says:

    UKIP Leader @nigel_farage: I’d be happy to meet Michael Ashcroft over a pint to discuss why UKIP is here to stay.— UKIP (@UKIP) April 28, 2013

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    Anonymous says:

    Thatcherism, what I experienced, in South Wales, 1981, done by the marvellous Vikki Hesketh/Little Boots, from Blackpool, a few years ago, by request – I sent her the video outlines, and so such did produce,

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      Joss Ayinglike says:

      Victimhood: feeling sorry for oneself: the Left’s permanent state of mind.

      “Heaven helps those who help themselves” is a well-tried maxim, embodying in a small compass the results of vast human experience. The spirit of self-help is the root of all genuine growth in the individual; and, exhibited in the lives of many, it constitutes the true source of national vigour and strength. Help from without is often enfeebling in its effects, but help from within invariably invigorates. Whatever is done for men or classes, to a certain extent takes away the stimulus and necessity of doing for themselves; and where men are subjected to over-guidance and over-government, the inevitable tendency is to render them comparatively helpless..

      Self Help by Samuel Smiles.

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        Anonymous says:

        It is relative to your sudden situation – if a Mother Nature situation overcame us we would understand it more, but not a bitchy divisive antagonistic person singing her song just for her crowd. THATCH PISSED NIRTH SEA OIL UP THE WAL, paying benefits to keep British Labour supporters out of work.

        So therefore, FUCK ORF with your hollow spiel, you numbnut tory.

        The only sea I saw,
        was you battling.
        Try keep head above
        drowning in it.

        TWAT!

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      CarryHole is a vile Hunt says:

      You experienced self reliance, and being useless you couldn’t hack it.

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

    Ed Ballsed up the Nation’s economy.

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    Anonymous says:

    Why is it always the nightmare parent survives the other? Don’t ask – my dad is driving me nuts again, sorting out his ozzie appointment tomorrow, he’s taking years out of me.

    Song for my late mam, now twelve years gone, more or less – she had sense, like me,

    Looking after my dad and brother is like knocking my head against a hard concrete wall, after my mam left us.

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      Anonymous says:

      Yes, it is to every trick cyclist that visits here, obvious, yes, I need cheering up, not you Doctor Frasier, senior or junior brothers, for gawd sakes!

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    Anonymous says:

    bollocks to it, a song just to cheer me up, espanol, the Tomato sisters, I need it,

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    • 304
      Anonymous says:

      The cranky one attracts me, but what is unusual? I am a martyr to cranky ladies – she is the one in the middle, by the way. Parece que les gusta señoras que cojan los sesos, en ambos sentidos. NO, no me apetece ir por las tiendas una vez más!

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      young Shep says:

      The Tomato Sisters?, is this the new ‘trending’ band after the Spice Girls. The Whole Black Peppercorns sounds ace (just needs some people to form the band), or Soya Sauce. I am open to any managerial offers as long as it includes condiments.

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        Anonymous says:

        Named after their dad, but he spelled his name Tomatie, or something. Like daughters taking the piss out of their dads – quite humerous it is, I think. You should hear what my daughter calls me, when she thinks I don’t hear her! : )

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        Liverberd says:

        Stop Press: Just formed: Cumin rahnd der mantin.

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    Learn something new every day says:

    Rather ironic revelation in the Young Margaret documentary last night. An excerpt from one of her letters to her sister was about a political event she attended at Oxford. After the event, they all went to the pub. Maggie wrote “The socialist were all of the intellectual type and they were rather nice”.

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    The BBC are cunts says:

    Have you paid your Telly Tax ??? We hope you’re not a Telly Tax Avoider..

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  60. 322
    Anonymous says:

    Notice Caroline Lucas has been on the telly today with Andrew Neil, the plastic beeb scot – song for her, on the beeb today, from one of my favourite groups from Brighton – there are others on request, but I have posted them on liarpoliticians, so go search there – it is the latest vid there, the one at the moment,

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  61. 325
    Anonymous says:

    Katsen – wanting Brighton to become like a city from the Queen, like Frisco, on the west coast of the US, as you do,

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    UKID DING says:

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      Tachybaptus says:

      The predicted attack begins.

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      polythesis says:

      The libdems engaged in eye watering levels of postal vote fraud, nothing said. Labour has engaged in postal vote fraud for years and nothing is said. Of course UKIP is now a priority target for smears and dirty tricks and false flag postal vote fraud which is then picked up where all other examples are ignored. The liblabcon are scared to death and the Cameron gang are showing their true colours.

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  63. 333
    Jim Trott says:

    Strange that Grant Schapps, aka Michael Green, the man who made his fortune through flogging Get Rich Quick Schemes, was personally chosen by George Osborne, the worst Chancellor in History and a Politician who is hated by a majority of Tory Backbenchers. At the last Election the Tories kept him off the Television because he is a vote loser but Cameron is devoted to him

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    • 334
      Mark R says:

      You can make Osborne the scapegoat if you like, but who appointed him? Osborne is plainly well out of his depth, but really, who’s fault is it? The government is failing on so many levels, but who appointed the ministers? CAMORON is the reason voters are leaving. Get rid of the most duplicitous and incompetent leader the Tories have had in living memory (by God, that’s saying something) and maybe a revival is possible? Camoron is the leader, the buck stops with him

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      • 337
        Spriggsy says:

        We are rapidly approaching the time when Cameron will have nothing to lose. That is when we will get the true measure of the man. Will he carry on as he is doing and be swept away at the next election, or will he show some bottle and put up one hell of a fight. A person with nothing to lose can be very dangerous indeed. I will be interested to see what happens

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      • 338
        RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

        When I am Pwime Minister, George Gobabway will be my Chancellor.

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        • 340
          Joe Mercier says:

          Call UKIP wasters one more time and just see what happens Eton boys and girls.

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          • Joe Mercier says:

            I have decided I am not going to pay this wanker Cameron and his sidekicks any more money in taxes than I have to .

            I have decided to go on a six month sabbatical and will only go back to work when UKIP are firmly in power.

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          • Loopy Lou says:

            And some Italian was out this morning with his gun looking for politicians .

            Bedt Mr Cameron stays low profile methinks

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          • UKID DING says:

            Mr. Mercier. See you in 2050, perhaps ?

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          • Anonymous says:

            Some Italians do get excited, especially down Sicily way. Hate to wake up with a head of a horse in my bed. But Northern Italians I like, near the Alps, for some reason….

            Vieni nel mio cuore, tesoro.

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          • Anonymous says:

            I have a way with words, any language you ask – fy mlodyn bach wen o’r gaeaf – my small white flower from the summer meadow – my welsh,

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          • Anonymous says:

            Catrin bach when young used to ask me about my old youtubby name, Drowned Forest, and I explained, so became now therefore, just a few years later. Surrogate daughters I think of them. Vikki Hesketh too, from Blackpool, and Hanna, the Scarlets supporter, in rugger, as one, totally till the day we die, beyond the fight, of what we believe in,

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          • Anonymous says:

            Ray gyda Ray Floyd, yn cookie yn y cegyn, yng rugbi clwb lawr fan hyn ac yn neid spri gyda dwy nhw,

            BUGGER, the vid has been pulled, this will have to do then,

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        Anonymous says:

        George Osborne combines obnoxious arrogance with total incompetence but he seems to have convinced Cameron that he is brilliant at Economics and Political Strategy. It is a form of the Emperor’s New Clothes and it is not surprising that Lynton Crosby has pointed it out to our Narcissistic Prime Minister. George Osborne is great on American Politics and seems to believe in Nonsensical TEA Party Economic Policy based on the RHINO-RIPOFF School of Austerity Politics is the only way. Sadly as every other Country is realising, it doesn’t work and leads to Election Defeats.

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          Tachybaptus says:

          What austerity? Public spending continues to increase. Sadly, from your remarks I get the impression that your head is so far up your arse that it is sticking out of your navel.

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      Arse fuck for freedom says:

      Eton bum-chums!?!

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      • 350
        Jerome Cahuzac says:

        Apparently they are now trying to make out the Italian with the gun this morning was mentally deranged.

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  64. 339
    Captain Pedalo says:

    I want to go through that Ian Duncan Smith’s expenses line by line just to check that his “holier than though” stance is justified.

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    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    This man is a Westminster based MP serving the people of Chingford .

    Why is he pinching our pockets to claim mileage expenses

    110 miles on 22/02/08
    28 miles on 28/02/08
    109 miles 07/03/08
    83 miles 28/03/08

    Where is his diary?

    Who was he visiting and for what purposes?

    How do you expect a parrot to keep on top of these things when you permit such totally inadequate record keeping?

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    Universal Hiss says:

    I would like to ask yet again if our anon Welsh friend would kindly refrain from posting so many embedded you tube thingies.

    A few wisely chosen may be funny.A whole raft makes the page slow to load & as I live in a rural area with expensive & capped internet I’m paying to view,frankly shit.

    So,stop it. Thanks.

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    • 371

      Let me guess, you must be in technically advanced Scotland? ;-)

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        Universal Hiss says:

        Correct. Well the wilds of N.E.Scotland as you may remember the Inverurie conversation we had a while back.

        My daughter living in Edinburgh has very very fast internet, cheap.

        Mine costs a fortune for a crap service.I’m just on the edge of the speed to watch video without buffering,depending on the moon,tides,wind & BT.

        The BT exchange is in a shed in a field about half a mile away as the seagull flies.There is little choice of internet provider here & what there is I’m convinced BT throttles in their shed.

        I like just popping in here several times a day to see what’s going on but the Welsh one spoils it for me & eats away at my bandwidth.I wouldn’t mind if it was funny.He just gets in a tedious drunk like Guido bombing & I wish he would stop.

        I’s not his fault about my crap internet connection but it’s just a friendly request to cut it back a bit. If he carries on like this I’ll have to depart as it does my head in waiting for the page to load to discover more you tube crap.

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          I had remembered. Just my tongue-in-cheek style (or lack of).

          As AC1 and Tachy state below, the vids can be blocked but you can still call them individually if required. Some of the vids posted here are very good as I am sure you will know anyway.

          I will also say this quietly: One of our hosts seems to have a habit of doing a bit of his own HTML work from time to time (;-)) and so often several unnecessary page refreshes and jump to anchor commands get added in with the best of intentions and the worst of outcomes. They actually add to the misery as all the graphics for each vid have to re-load each time.

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          • Universal Hiss says:

            Sorry Cat.Should have known you would remember. I’m just a bit grouchy.

            I need to look up jump to anchor. Thank-you.

            So it’s not attach anchor anonymous neck walk plank sea return command then?

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          • Now that sounds a really useful command!

            We are some 15° warmer than you here, so you have a very good excuse for your grouchiness…

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          • Universal Hiss says:

            I’ll be much happier when we get some warm again.Our winter has lasted 6 months.I was out gardening yesterday in the snow! Only a little bit but snow nonetheless.

            Everything is at least 8 weeks behind.Must be all this global warming. I stuck out the gardening for an hour or so & had to retire hurt as the wind was whistling in from the Moray Firth, so a bit cold.

            I’ve been thinking fondly of the asparagus season. Ha!

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          • Asparagus! I took one of our neighbours to the campsite which is on a peninsular on the northern Adriatic last week. She is a local but has never been there. I had been threatening to take her for weeks but the weather was not really up to it. Well we had a good few days and off we went.

            Now this is my 34th year of going here but taking her, I saw it through new eyes. Remember, like you, it has been a very cold and wet spring but mercifully just that bit more bearable (an inadvisable term to use for an FKK site but I will let that pass.)

            This girl found shoot upon shoot of asparagus as we were walking about which I would never have spotted. In all probability, due to the exceptionally wet weather, it was in evidence much more than usual but still, I would never have spotted the shoots, hidden as they were in bushes.

            This for me is the advantage of interchange with others, if both have an open mind. One may always learn. She also thought the site was one of the most beautiful places she had seen so we both improved each other’s experience.

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      CarryHole is a vile Hunt says:

      Fire Fox and Flash block add on will make your life easier.

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      Tachybaptus says:

      Toxic Taffy is far too smug to listen to criticism. But there arе wауѕ оf аνоіdіng his vomit.
      Іn Сhrоmе, уоu саn ѕtор ѕсrірtѕ frоm runnіng оn a site:
      Ξ — Sеttіngѕ — Аdνаnсеd Sеttіngѕ — Рrіνасу — Соntеnt ѕеttіngѕ — Mаnаgе еxсерtіоnѕ — аdd оrdеr.оrdеr.соm tо thе lіѕt.
      Іn Fіrеfоx, dоwnlоаd thе ΝоSсrірt еxtеnѕіоn — more drastic, as it blocks scripts on all sites and you have to add exceptions where you do want scripts to run.
      Νоt ѕurе аbоut оthеr brоwѕеrѕ, mауbе ѕоmеоnе еlѕе саn hеlр hеrе.

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      • 391
        Universal Hiss says:

        Thanks for the tips. I’m a bit of a computer numpty. I do use Firefox with ad block. I don’t want to block all Flash as it’s only the Welshman’s videos on this site I don’t want to see.I quite like reading his posts.It makes me feel sane & reminds me of how strange some people are.

        I like this blog as Guido is mainly quite free in what he allows,except for the strangeness of the mod bot. I just wish he would give the Welshman a little reminder of what this blog is about. I’d like an ignore/block button.Guido wake up it’s nearly dinner time! Possible?

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        • 430
          CarryHole is a vile Hunt says:

          You just click on the flash (video) area to start it up again if it looks interesting.

          Makes browsing this site much quicker.

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  67. 369
    Dan Hodges says:

    The cult of Edward Balls.

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  68. 375
    Anonymous says:

    What I find fascinating about you kippers is your capacity for self-delusion. Never mind all the “We are a mainstream party now.” self-delusion, Nigel is utterly of the same class as Ken, he has far more in common with Ken than with you, but you manage to convince yourself that the fact that he earns his living as a MEP is evidence of his radicalism, rather than proof of the blindingly obvious fact that he is a hypocrite of staggering proportions.

    If he objects to UK participation in the institutions of Europe as a matter of principle, why does he take their money?

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    • 410
      Tay King-dePisse says:

      All right, you’ve caught me. I’m really Nigel Farage. It’s a fair cop, guv, I’ll come along all quiet like. (The moniker should be the dead giveaway.)

      (But really Anon, did your Mum ever use an expression involving “hand,” “bite,” and “feeds you”? Apparently it seems Nigel Farage’s Mum didn’t– and look how THAT turned out.)

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      • 449

        Maybe the myopic Anonymong’s mum didn’t tell him that if he continued to do that too much he would go blind.

        (I did not start having to wear glasses until I was over 50.)

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        • 480
          Tay King-dePisse says:

          But actually, Cat, I sought to make the point that Nigel Farage is, frankly, engaging in political theatre very bit as much as Lefties engaged in street demonstrations do, only he does it in the halls of power, and he does so by, you’ve guessed it, taking the piss, both in the “ridicule” sense and the “hard-headed dreadful imposition” sense, never missing an opportunity to lay into them. It remains to be seen, of course, if, being a bit of a comical figure (though not quite a court jester), he himself can be taken seriously if the electoral fortunes of UKIP were such that they could be a balance-of-power coalition party like the Lib-Dems (think Beppe Grillo here). David Cameron can be comical in virtue of the archetype he typifies, as can Ed Miliband, but neither man’s “schtick,” if you will, relies on his being so portrayed (and truth be known both men have to live it down that they ARE so portrayed). Nigel, on the other hand, is, well, Nigel. Let’s see what he can do besides provide political theatre to slake our thirst for satire. In terms of statecraft qua statesmanship, politicians, even those of an unironic and non-cynical, yea even earnest bent, are the proverbial women preachers or hind leg walking dogs, in that it is a marvel not so much as a matter of the mastery of it as that it is even attempted. Nigel, we hope, is that creature some philosopher (whose name eludes me at present) characterised when he said, “Scratch a satirist and you find a moralist,” and will justify what faith people looking for some sort of reform have reposed in him. Hopefully for you people, as B!lly Joel might say, he’s “the lunatic you’re looking for.” Here endeth my rant.

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          • But are you not simply recognising the reality that to function in politics at any level, you have to project yourself as an exemplar of what you believe in? How else would you go about it? Politics is just an unattractive variation of prostitution. You and I pay but everyone else gets fucked. That is why I promote the jury system from time to time. To show it could be different if we were brave enough to change it. Of course we never will.

            In the past politics had to be done on predestined lines of approach but, just as the trams disappeared from our streets, so the predisposition to act normatively has altered, the internet has assisted and has brought forth the likes of Beppe Grillo, as you point out. The appearances are still in some ways similar as they still have to project their views, it is just that they manage to come out with views outside the weary orthodoxy.

            To take an example today, Farage is the only politician with the guts to have said he would have let Northern Rock go bust. Of course he is right but try to find any member of the established parties who hold such outlandish views and they will become outcasts like Redwood. Nutters such as me have been saying such things like Farage has said for over a decade now, largely to deaf ears. When I do in front of others, I know I am going to get a response from some twerp like but you cannot let a bank go bust or it will undermine the whole system!

            My response to such a statement is that, if the whole system is that precarious, then it is better it all goes to the wall and we can then start to build a better system. In fact, it would not work out that way as the m@rket always has correction built in.

            Let us ratchet the situation up one again. I do not think that running a country, a bank or a corporation is that difficult if you manage to ignore 90% of what the experts tell you. 364 economists wrote to the Times in 1981 to protest against Margaret Thatcher and they were all wrong! Our best economists of the day were all wankers FFS! The trick is you have to accept that 10% of the deluge of advice which is actually good.

            Even that part is not that difficult if you have some clear and simple principles to adhere to. Then the answers almost chose themselves. None of the current main party leaders would understand a principle if you wrote one on the side of a large sea bass and slapped them round the face with it.

            Farage has by that one remark today shown that he understands more than Gordon Brown ever did. That goes to and answers your point about satire. It is the other party leaders who now have to worry, not him. And, on that quoted plagiarism, don’t forget the original words of the Bard: Beware the sanctimonious when they make laws. Scratch a moralist, and you will find a hypocrite.

            There! That is my rant…

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    • 466
      Lou Scannon says:

      What I find fascinating is that anyone could convince themselves that voting for any of the allegedly different parties which comprise the LibLabCon could benefit from doing so in any way whatsoever. This requires a considerable capacity for self-delusion.
      The ‘establishment’ in the UK has been subverted from within. It comes as no surprise to see the hypocrisy of those attempting to smear UKIP when Farage is merely employing similar but more open tactics against the EU as have already been used for years by those who wish to reduce the UK to a Third World state.

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  69. 379
    Owen Jones says:

    Did Osborne sell gold reserves a few weeks ago before the price collapsed? If not he has cost the country billions…

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  70. 382

    Most surprised that the Guardian have not campaigned that the curriculum should be extended so that schoolboys learn how to fire assault rifles.

    If it is good enough for Hamas, it is good enough for us.

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  71. 383
    Oik says:

    Someone tell matron, the nasty boys are picking on spotty Farage!

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  72. 387
    Anonymous says:

    All welsh final coming to that London Wembley – look out smoke,
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/22247137

    Song for both teams,

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    • 388
      Anonymous says:

      Any good, folks? I thought it was quite amusing myself, but that is me.

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      • 399
        Universal Hiss says:

        Have you seen my polite request?

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        • 416
          Anonymous says:

          Couldn’t give a Hiss – what are you actually asking me?

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          • Universal Hiss says:

            Nothing now.Thanks to the kindness of other posters I’ve blocked all your you tube vids so the page loads as fast as other web sites for me.

            Thank you Cat,Tachy & Carry. xxx

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          • P l e b says:

            Hey UH – I’ve done the same on Opera. Goodbye Toxic Taffy and his u-tube videos.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Hiss, you just don’t get it, do you? Your pissing into the wind blocking me with full messages, youitubby included. Don’t worry – your not the first, far from it, and I suppose you won’t be the last, tory Hitler. You people really get me, haven’t got a fecking clue. This a free range political site? Don’t make me laugh.

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          • Universal Hiss says:

            Well done Pleb.

            Glad someone else is feeling the benefit of my admitted whingeing.

            The Welshman provides some wonderful vids. Unfortunately he could not see that one can have too much. I’ll have to miss his best ones or let’s face it,all of them.

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          • @ Taffy. We know you are Welsh. Are you also a socialist?

            If so that would explain why you want to promote your own agenda whatever the effect on others. That is the paradigm for that predilection.

            I say this having enjoyed a number of your videos and some, but not all, of your posts. But I speak as I find.

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          • Universal Hiss says:

            Why am I pissing in the wind? Your overuse of you tube was slowing down the site for me to make it unusable.

            Other posters gave me information how to block you tube on this site.I’m sure it’s not just you.Don’t be so fucking full of your own self importance.

            You post amusing stuff.I quite like you.I don’t like your carpet bombing of the site.That’s it.

            Oh, I’m no Tory or a Hitler. How childish & Owen Jonesish of you to fling that at me because I didn’t want to see your vids. Do get a grip.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Call me a pleb if you want Hiss, just show’s how low you can go to little me. No need for that. I love you too.

            Vid for you for reference, that you will not post of course,

            Any good hiss? I will be instructing such this summer – my daughter instructs scuba diving down in Oz as we speak. She scares me with her fearlessness, oh yes she does Hiss. Frightens the pants out of me, gives me kittens when she sends photos of what she is up to, shaking fins with young white sharks and things. She is almost as mad as me, and that is saying something.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Thanks hiss, but it doesn’t do anything for my quickly growing grey hairs One photo she sent me, she was shaking paws under the Indian Ocean with this some right huge turtle! And I am not making this up – my eyes were OOOOO-OOOOO , on ‘king stalks, and thinking, oh jesus Sian, what are you up to!

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          • Anonymous says:

            Hiss – know about slowing down, but there is over 400 comments here – that is what slows it down mainly – youtubby have worked hard that their links are instant when linked, and they do. the various user names slow it down – if everyone like me used “anonymous”, the whole gobshite would work ultimately quicker. You ar pinting your finger, sadly, in totally the wrong direction. I blame google+ myself.

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          • Universal Hiss says:

            Who said pleb? I didn’t even mention a bike.

            I’m sure your daughter is wonderful but if that was a video of her I’m afraid I just get a big black box.It doesn’t load.

            That was the whole point you see.

            So,can we agree not to behave like politicians & be civil to each other?

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          • Anonymous says:

            Cat, cheers – like to know more though in people I speak to – send me a private message on you tube if you feel more comfortable – I am yippitydodah there, and tell me about yourself, unless you have something to hide, of course.

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          • Universal Hiss says:

            One last reply. You are totally wrong about you tube slowing down the site.

            Each one individually loads each time the page is visited. If there are 400 posts but no you tubes for me this is instantaneous.

            If people pepper 50 you tubes in those 400 posts for me it slows the whole page down to a crawl.

            You’ll just have to believe me on that.

            I’ve had enough wind baggery for one night so I’m off watching er….videos.

            Sweet dreams.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Hiss, of course we can, but on said site like this, we are all suddo-politicians, making our points in subliminal ways, as I tend to do, always. if you have not noticed. : )

            I have a talent for it, for more people to vote Labour. : )

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          • Anonymous says:

            Yeh you are right – all I have to say, technology will never catch up with me, especially in this fecked up Britland we live in at this present moment. : )

            Lisbeth Scott,

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    • 442
      (I don't need no doctor) says:

      A welsh final………………I can feel the misery already. Can’t they stay in Wales?.

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      • 470
        Anonymous says:

        We are going to trash North London that day – get the barrels of beer in local landlords, and the local working ladies of course….

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  73. 389
    Anonymous says:

    How would Ken Clarke describe Boris Johnson then ?

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  74. 393
    q says:

    the daily telegraph is today competing with the sun for crapest newspaper =-
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/10023682/Andrew-Mitchells-Plebgate-row-bicycle-goes-on-sale-on-eBay.html
    carrying this story as if anyone cares
    what a lot of shit the DT is

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  75. 405
    CCHQ Press Officer says:

    “Labour closed more mines than Thatcher” http://tinyurl.com/cjcayts John Prescott reply: http://tinyurl.com/bwyldlc

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  76. 411
    Anonymous says:

    Glad he had a Blue Plaque put up for him yesterday – styli visit his brothers musical shop today, at the end of Walter Road, in Swansea – a magnet for thinking musicians,

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-south-west-wales-22321354

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  77. 434
    Anonymous says:

    Stop taking the piss, little inglunders, oh yes, give us the snooker World Cup final on our worker’s day, why don’t you, on May 1. TWATS.

    Piss orf old public schools, and your lame excuses for still ‘avin them.

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    • 477
      Apostrofees R komplikayted for stayt-skool kidz says:

      Workers’ Day.

      See the apostrophe? See it?

      There. That’s why we still have public schools.

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    • 482
      Anonymous says:

      Pedant – ok. workers’ day then – didn’t realise there was more than one in this country at the moment, apart from me…

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  78. 435
    Jurassic Clarke says:

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  79. 444
    Anonymous says:

    Read a good article on Tom Courtney in the wail magazine yesterday, of all places. Love the fella, his Billy liar is a classic, with Julie Christie, and with wotsername that was in the Dick Emery show later,

    Dick and wotsername,

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  80. 445
    Miss Direction plays a pair of Aces! says:

    The BBC played a pair of Queens and lost. What is it with these Bullying Bullshitting Hunts? They are hiding behind a web of lies weaved out all by themselves. The truth will OUT these spineless Hunts!

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  81. 448
    Anonymous says:

    So who is the comedian?

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  82. 469
    كرات إدوارد says:

    كرات إدوارد

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    • 489
      Tay King-dePisse says:

      A free translation: “There is no ‘balls’ like Balls– and there are no profits.”

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  83. 471
    에드 공 says:

    에드 공

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  84. 475
    Anonymous says:

    PARDON!

    Anyway, Guido, spent hours checking this thread all day, and wanted to check responses to me on previous threads, so I better quickly look, before I fall down on my face. Be seeing you!

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  85. 476
    Nigel Farage says:

    Leicestershire UKIP candidate repeatedly endorsed EDL on his Facebook page http://searchlightmagazine.com/news/domestic-news/ukip-candidate-barred-over-his-far-right-links

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    • 496
      Anonymous says:

      Who gives a feck about Leicestershire Nige? Another English county in a southern fecked uo English land. and don’t ask me about Leicester Tigers rugger team – fascist bastards the lot of them are, thatchers puppets – I shit them.

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    • 498
      An English man says:

      Why do the conservatives think it wrong to defend England?

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      • 506
        young Shep says:

        conservatives don’t, Conservatives do.

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      • 511
        Anonymous says:

        Because the whole stinkin libertarian, PC, Pro-EU LibLabCon bullshit project depends on it.
        When you start seeing politics in terms of libertarianism vs socialism (in one country) all becomes clear.

        Free market anarchy (anarchy = without rule) is anathema to statism.

        Political correctness is Western contruct (human/womens/any other minorities rights above all else) raises individuals rights above the responsibility that an individual should have to the (or a group). That’s just too tribal, too nationalistic.

        ….and it’s bad for business, bad for the cosmopolitans rights to make profits.

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  86. 478
    The Treacherous Toffee-nosed Tosser in No 10 says:

    I can sleep well tonight! Ken has saved the Day, the Elections, – and indeed my skin!

    What?

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  87. 481
    The Shadow Public Health Minister says:

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  88. 485
    A Pensioner says:

    I’m worried about returning my bus pass as I don’t have one, and I gave the Winter Warming Allowance to UKIP, which gave me a warm feeling. I thought that’s what it was for.

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    • 494
      stupid as stupid is says:

      Dear pensioner, don’t worry, just think all that money you paid in for your pension and the NHS went into the governments current account instead of the savings accounts, so you being daft enough to give your tax return via the winter warming allowance is not as mad and stupid as all the governments that have been in power since 1946?.

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  89. 488
    anon. says:

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  90. 491
    Saffron says:

    I tend to come onto this site late on to see what is being said,however of late this site seems to be infested by the inane ramblings of leftist assholes who would’nt know a pothole unless they fell into it.
    The videos that are posted on this site detract as to what this site is all about and it is not about crap video footage at all.
    This guy Annonymous whoever he is needs to feck off and get a life we don’t need his crap inane comments.
    Lets make this site the site of truth backed up by facts rather than the crap opinions of the few.

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  91. 492
    Lead by example says:

    So if IDS and Clegg think well off pensioners should return their winter fuel allowance, will millionaires IDS and Clegg be returning their expenses?

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  92. 493
    anon. says:

    Mandy tells Dave to stay strong. :-)

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    • 499
      Anonymous says:

      Yeh, why not, while western capitalism is lost in the woods. Christ – will anyone come out with the honest truth eventually? It is pathetic how things are at the moment – totally psychologically barking it is, Mad.

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    • 500
      Joss Taskin says:

      Why would anyone listen to this pillock ?

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    • 502
      Insidious Globalism says:

      He’s only saying that because the EU was (and still is) a US/J*wish inspired project that was set up as a a bulwark against the statist/socialist USSR at the end of WWII…as those ‘national’ socialists were considered bad for business, just as they were in ‘national’ socialist Germany before WWII.

      Mandelson is only looking out for his own kind’s interests, as usual.

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    • 504
      A Stich in time says:

      Fact. Retired EU Commissars must periodically say nice things about the EU to keep their gold plated EU pension going.

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  93. 497
    Ed Balls a.k.a. 挂低婉 says:
    
    
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                  E      D   D      B      |   \      B
                  EEEE   D   D      A      |    \     A
                  E      D   D      L      |     \    L
                  EEEEE  DDDD       L      |      O   L
                                    S      O          S
    

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  94. 501
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

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  95. 507
    anon. says:

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  96. 508
    Fishy says:

    1 Man Utd 35 43 85 CHAMPIONS
    2 Man City 34 30 71
    3 Chelsea 34 33 65
    4 Arsenal 35 30 64
    5 Tottenham 34 17 62
    6 Everton 35 14 59
    7 Liverpool 35 25 54
    8 West Brom 34 2 48
    9 Swansea 34 -1 42
    10 West Ham 35 -8 42
    11 Fulham 35 -9 40
    12 Stoke 35 -10 40
    13 Southampton 35 -10 39
    14 Norwich 35 -21 38
    15 Sunderland 34 -7 37
    16 Newcastle 35 -23 37
    17 Aston Villa 34 -27 34
    18 Wigan 34 -23 32
    19 QPR 35 -27 RELEGATED
    20 Ed Balls 35 -28 25 RELEGATED

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    • 518
      Anonymous says:

      ex-public school English shits – checked already what you did, as if you are so clever,
      http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/rugby-union/21817341

      Us welshy, like me, know what you English public school boys get up to, and we have officially advised Scotland, to get out of your fucked up warped lives, and let you fester in your created mess. I HATE your guts, engliah public school boys, oh yes I do,

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      • 574
        Liverberd says:

        Rest assured the feeling is mutual. When are you going to ask for your Independence too?

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  97. 512
    Ken Clarke says:

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  98. 514
    A gift that keeps on giving says:

    Whoever thought it was a good idea for the Tories to declare war on UKIP is an idiot.

    And just as stupid is to get the most pro European politician in parliament to attack Farage.

    I bet UKIP can’t believe their good fortune.

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  99. 515
    Taxpayer says:

    If UKIP are psiising off the expense-fiddling, eu-loving, daft-as-a-brush climate change believers in Westminster, then UKIP must be doing something right.

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  100. 519
    Ed Bumbas says:

    Ed Bumbas

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  101. 523
    A little Buddha says:

    “The whole secret of
    existence is to have
    no fear. Never fear
    what will become of
    you, depend on no
    one. Only the
    moment you reject
    all help are you
    freed.”

    Goodnight. Ommmmmmmmmmm!

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  102. 524
    Austin Healey says:

    Being attacked by Kenneth Clarke is like being savaged by a dead sheep.

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  103. 527
    Ulysses says:

    O brothers’, said I, ‘who are come despite
    Ten thousand perils to the West, let none,
    While still our senses hold the vigil slight
    Remaining to us ere our course is run,
    Be willing to forgo experience
    Of the unpeopled world beyond the sun.
    Regard your origin,—from whom and whence!
    Not to exist like brutes, but made were ye
    To follow virtue and intelligence

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  104. 528
    John 5:24 says:

    Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that heareth my word, and believeth on him that sent me, hath everlasting life, and shall not come into condemnation; but is passed from death unto life.

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  105. 529
    John Keats says:

    O Attic shape! Fair attitude! with brede
    Of marble men and maidens overwrought,
    With forest branches and the trodden weed;
    Thou, silent form, dost tease us out of thought
    As doth eternity: Cold Pastoral!
    When old age shall this generation waste,
    Thou shalt remain, in midst of other woe
    Than ours, a friend to man, to whom thou say’st,
    “Beauty is truth, truth beauty,” – that is all
    Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.

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  106. 530
    Is life is a passage between two darknesses? says:

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  107. 531
    Charles Dickens says:

    It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair, we had everything before us, we had nothing before us, we were all going direct to heaven, we were all going direct the other way – in short, the period was so far like the present period, that some of its noisiest authorities insisted on its being received, for good or for evil, in the superlative degree of comparison only.

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  108. 532
    Some chap called Nigel says:

    Well done Hush Puppies Ken we appreciate all of tremendous

    Media coverage you have so thoughtfully gifted to us

    as a result of your little tantrum…….

    PLEASE Keep it up your vile verbose until at least Thursday as it will help

    turn a UKIP landslide into a near complete route of the Nasty Party aka

    The decaying corr*upt 20th century dino*saur party killing its self !!

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    • 543
      albacore says:

      Ken’s getting excited – the circus is in town
      Funny, though – he’s the one with his pants falling down
      If the Tories themselves could quit clowning around
      Who knows, they might recover the U K’s lost ground
      But they went such a bundle on Heath’s E U joke
      Which fooled the majority of real British folk
      That, ever since then, they’ve been trying to top it
      Folks have had enough. Now some are out to stop it
      Still, time waits for no man and it’s running out fast
      There are warnings a-plenty flagged out in the past
      Keep voting for the LibLabCon fraternity
      Like turkeys for Christmas or Sioux for Wounded Knee

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-22301842

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  109. 533
    William Blake says:

    AH, Sunflower weary of time,
    Who countest the steps of the Sun;
    Seeking after that sweet golden clime
    Where the traveller’s journey is done:

    Where the Youth pined away with desire 5
    And the pale Virgin shrouded in snow
    Arise from their graves, and aspire
    Where my Sunflower wishes to go!

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    • 552
      Kerr Avon says:

      Yesterday, upon the stair,
      I met a man who wasn’t there
      He wasn’t there again today
      I wish, I wish he’d go away

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  110. 534
    Friedrich Nietzsche says:

    Our destiny exercises its influence over us even when, as yet, we have not learned its nature: it is our future that lays down the law of our today.

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  111. 535
    Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe says:

    Alles Vergängliche
    ist nur ein Gleichnis;
    das Unzulängliche
    hier wird’s Ereignis;
    das Unbeschreibliche,
    hier ist’s getan;
    das Ewigweibliche
    zieht uns hinan.

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  112. 537
    Charles Baudelaire says:

    Hélas! tout est abîme, — action, désir, rêve,
    Parole!

    Everything, alas, is an abyss, — actions, desires, dreams,
    Words!

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  113. 538
    Old Sea Dog says:

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  114. 539
    Aleister Crowley says:

    I was in the death struggle with self: God and Satan fought for my soul those three long hours. God conquered — now I have only one doubt left — which of the twain was God?

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  115. 544
    Maq­boul says:

    Tory “McBride” tactics backfire:

    “…controversial comments made by Leicestershire UKIP candidates on social media include Brett Lynes dismissing Parliament as ‘full of wankers'”.

    Brett’s just got my vote.

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    Genuinely when someone doesn’t know after that its up to other viewers that they will assist, so here it happens.

    Look at my blog guide to swtor

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