June 8th, 2013

D-Notice, June 7, 2013

Private and Confidential: Not for publication, broadcast or use on social media.

Defence Advisory Notice

There have been a number of articles recently in connection with some of the ways in which the UK Intelligence Services obtain information from foreign sources.

Although none of these recent articles has contravened any of the guidelines contained within the Defence Advisory Notice System, the intelligence services are concerned that further developments of this same theme may begin to jeopardize both national security and possibly UK personnel…

And the truth shall set you free…

Hat-tip And Magazine


  1. 1
    Prism no more says:


    No point in having a go at GCHQ, they are only following orders.

    Labour on dodgy ground attacking gov for spying on terrorists.

    I’d rather it the USA we are working with than the EU.

    Would be fuming if the EU was spying on its citizens.

    Is Dave after the snoopers’ charter so he can legalise what he is already doing?

    Probably went on under Labour too.

    Most will accept spying on terrorists but will they accept their own lives being spied on when prosecutions for trivial offences start coming through the letter box.

    No doubt even with this leak this is only tip of iceberg

    Hi GCHQ..did I trigger some phrases/ words?


    • 3
      V1le disgusting Labour trashed my Country says:

      I’m feeling really enriched and joyful in the diverse multicultural UK shithouse. I know this is being watched so come and get me you scumbags.


      • 6
        maggie the dog says:

        I wonder if they’ve got something on Cameron ,maybe something on the wife.


        • 7
          There's breeding and then there is Breeding says:

          Doubt it. Compared to Sam’s pedigree Dave is just a street mongrel.


          • Member of the public says:

            Of course all of this has nothing to do with protecting us from terrorism but all to do with controlling us, and and heading off any dissent before it builds up a head of steam.

            Politicians and the elites know that we are angry with them and want change, whereas they want the status quo.


          • rick says:

            This information will also be used to blackmail dissident politicians who step out of line and present a threat to the New World Order.

            The last thing it will be used for is National security.


          • Gatehouse says:

            We have held the trump cards on every government since late 40s. We know how they made their money, what they like to do for ‘fun’, what they think of each other and all their ‘silly’ youthful mistakes. What you see in front of the camera’s and you PC screens is what we want you to see. Relax you’ll get your state handouts, none of you will actually starve (unless we want you to) and we won’t use mass terror (we don’t have in this connected age). All will be well.


          • King Louis XVI says:

            Cher Journal,

            14th of July 1789:



          • Anonymous says:

            Big Brother is a threat to our security.


          • Plato says:

            They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.

            This was written by Benjamin Franklin, sometime shortly before February 17, 1775 as part of his notes for a proposition at the Pennsylvania Assembly, as published in Memoirs of the life and writings of Benjamin Franklin (1818).


      • 95
        l says:

        the correct respponse is no response..
        drift towards the Psychological I, the Physical Iceland and the Virginal greenland.
        the Victory belongs to 2P.
        the T without the ha as a prefix.
        get geographic.
        time for OOglin the map.


        • 96
          l says:

          it s the end of jic.
          the just in case joint intelligence
          the just in case insurance industry.
          there is no more joint.
          E or U
          to stay away.
          the home is no more. T…yes. t….no.


        • 99
          l says:

          the psycholgical I will have good daily routines.
          the Physical I will have good health.
          study virgo.
          b virgo.
          …brief precise with emotion.


      • 296
        love z, love the 1. says:



        • 306
          love z, love the 1. says:

          all are bro.
          all are royal.
          cum to 1
          onli operate 4rom the heart.
          every1 hasvthe power f 10.
          add 1.
          it is hands up time.


    • 48
      Burgers are bad for you says:

      My science teacher used to tell me that prisms distort things. He obviously knew a thing or two!


      • 219
        puffych says:

        when all collours get together we get nothing.
        that is the output of god the dog.
        nowt is warm and comfie, but do need endless sppli of the fresh.
        god the infinite needs endless supply of nowt.
        no freedom in n unless a
        always always start with nowt and then regress.
        only the . matters
        cum to the .


        • 223
          www.com says:

          both the authentic and the orgasmic cum to the “.”
          base of the nose is the dot.
          what we see is the truth.
          vc is the truth.
          leave the x behind.
          truth comes out of the mouth.
          truth comes to the dot.
          bring the eys down to the base of the nose and see what you cannot see.


          • www.com says:

            the psychological truth, our essence is behind us.
            its colour is physically behind us.
            the nose is rhe dog.making us the god.
            cut the nose.
            the right palm is the point of it all.
            read it
            or chop it.
            internal grit says…read, understand.
            royal u.
            a saint?
            a sant.


          • heaven is nowt says:

            right hand on the right knee
            bring it up.
            head goes down
            h is x
            it is 4h
            the delicate lotus flower….kamal
            love 1 mother 2 k 3
            love the one.
            lv eu lv usa
            lv all.
            cause yu are my brother.
            my royal bro..
            be the centre….let the 2 circles b.
            no more anger.
            pull the circles up.
            at the centre is the cat.
            the journey is 1 7 o .
            b true in all directions.
            good enuf.
            5 chooppa.
            5 cho op a.
            operate on the one next to the dot.
            be the prince.
            the pricey.
            the prince has 9.
            find yr princess. and fly.
            the priceless have a price.
            freedom after goodr
            the issue is p
            hand it ov.
            t has become T.
            end of mandela.
            the chapter
            the end is no more,
            no more support.


          • heaven is nowt says:

            german mother french father.
            bye 6, hello 7.
            big T.
            v are all on our own.
            fee no.
            victory in Truth.
            love all.
            cause you are my brother.
            we are rya
            2 r make a t.
            when v is cut off, go ice cold.
            drift towards the pure white green land.
            ..all is good….
            main land is a street away.
            what will you cross the street for?
            don’t. wear a hat instead.
            just sit b the pond.


    • 77
      Anonymous says:

      Strange how they get to snoop at our emails and web searches and tbey still can’t manage something as simple as to deport a hate preacher.. The state us a monster that needs cutting down to size not give it more powers or enlarge it…


      • 83
        CIA (London Bureau) says:

        If you are referring to our mate Anjem, he is very useful. We trot him out on US telly every time we want to scare the bejabbers out of middle America. Works a treat. Any idiocy carried out by the people he ‘inspires’ in the UK comes under ‘collateral damage’.


      • 94
        Gatehouse says:

        How charming! We run them and always have do you really think we let our investment in creating militant Islam in the 80s go to waste. It was the perfect weapon to challenge the soviet union. And now its the perfect excuse to keep you all fearful. We won’t ever let end.


    • 89
      l says:

      neither E or U


    • 109
      Anonymous says:

      Of course the EU is collecting all the same information and storing it in its Dutch super computer


    • 128
      We The People says:

      If you listened to what Obama said publicly in California yesterday

      The Us is surveilling the CONTENT of what passes thru the Us

      The server of this blog is in the US

      So this blog is followed by the US NSA

      no need for GCHQ


      • 140
        Burgers are exceptionally bad for you says:

        So Guido sends them doughnuts instead of pizzas then?


      • 148
        l says:

        no need.
        the lid is off.
        as the ma and the pa dies.
        wither live with the ghost of times gone,,,,power to be held back there.
        drop the shite
        leave the dog behind
        the father of man
        the bas


      • 390
        John Bellingham says:

        So it would work on keywords? Like Bomb, JFK Airport, Jihad, retaliate, Ammonium Nitrate, pressure-sensitive fuse, photograph of politician’s and so on?


    • 146
      l says:

      G is the psychological 4.
      recede to bs.
      that is the wing on the right.
      7 is the wing on the left
      reduce 7 increase
      it is a slug’s life.
      to l


    • 147
      Casual Observer says:

      The EU is spying on people in the member states.

      There is no such thing as an EU citizen. There are European citizens though.

      Apparently you can flunk the scanning systems by repeating five lines of:


      – at the start of communication. Apparently Kitten’s is an innocuous word. The automated scanners apparently ignore everything after the first five lines.

      eg: So, to apparently not trip a response, something like:




      May do the trick – referring of course to the article posted here the other day.

      But, in the triple-X world, that probably would. Meaning KITTENS being advertised as a safe word, could in fact be the opposite.

      The problem with scanning all content is that the number of false positives would swamp, and the chance of detection is minimal.

      Doing the signals intelligence on who is communicating with whom, and how frequently is the key, but is only really useful once the end points of interest are identified.

      These days, for anyone who is determined, this is relatively easy to thwart. Just don’t use the same end points too many times, and be aware that when an endpoint is checked, usually everyone within a half kilometer geographic radius is also checked.

      To defeat terrorism it is better and cheaper to maintain secure borders to protect your own population, be very careful about who you let in, and finally (for a government) maintain good relations with foreign governments and your own population.

      Soft power and a good image is the best defense.

      When people are thinking good things, bad things do not happen.


    • 161
      Popeye says:

      On whom was the D notice served?


    • 202
      l says:

      new world.
      new aries
      new arya
      are ya
      …arya is a fres
      at the end is t


    • 209
      puffych says:

      the point is under the nose.
      if the length of the nose is short.
      distance between c and e is short.
      d is short.
      drama is
      sitting comfi.
      retract n1
      .suck it and c


      • 214
        puffych says:

        stink, money,truth
        uv xyz.


        • 247
          Captain tinfoil says:

          Wobble eeee
          Wobbly ee
          The c is in unt
          But not as in u
          I am a bagpipe


          And they really are watching…I see them…through the mirrors..


    • 257
      Tom Catesby says:

      ‘We were only following orders’ Nuremburg circa 1945


      • 320
        Great Granddad says:

        I’ve always wanted a larger audience and I rather like the idea that some jobsworth in Cheltenham is being paid to read my emails. By this time he will be aware that my opinion of jobsworths may be construed as having connotations of a hate crime. (That last sentence should have the alarm bells ringing loud).


    • 391
      John says:

      “No point in having a go at GCHQ, they are only following orders.”

      You’re kidding, right? Do you think these policies come about in any other way than the chiefs at GCHQ demanding and lobbying for the ability to obtain and analyse this information?

      If they don’t do it, who does? The garden pixies?


      • 416
        CatFish says:

        Fret not. As soon as the Watson hits the fan GCHQ will go on strike. That’s what they did last time the tanks started rolling.

        Who’s bank rolling the unions at GCHQ now the USSR is dead I wonder?


    • 415
      Aunt Mat says:

      Why did nobody tell Billy?

      He looks like such a fool now!


    • 417
      EDD says:

      I think we’re all forgetting that this information was not volunteered by the US and as I’ve seen on another site, if we who break no laws have nothing to fear then why are they keeping the fact that they’re spying on us a secret?


  2. 2
    Ah! Monika says:

    A D notice requires an F notice response


    • 8
      Spartacus says:



      • 86
        l says:

        fo says the fox.
        remove the
        remove the o
        it is not a surprise.
        f is happy
        it is a trap.
        no more sweetners.
        the poison of the past.
        time for t to becme T


      • 129
        l says:

        so doctor is mister.
        d=m (4=13=4)


    • 84
      Hung Parliament? Hang 'em all! says:

      The truth shall set you free?

      As Mr Pratchett put it, “The Truth shall see you fret”.


      • 132
        l says:

        past the H is G
        G is a
        is m.
        g is m
        h is preceded by a
        h is b
        ah is ab.
        ah m is ab 2v


        • 133
          l says:

          ah m is on the payroll of 5


          • l says:

            u is 5


          • l says:

            5 is happy
            6 is loyal
            joint is 5.5
            all that is left is the .
            the loyalti crussh commeth.
            after i is l
            after 1 is o
            the point is on the top of the head.
            the crown,s head
            we you
            coming to A was all about the royal B.
            royal brotherhood leads to the 1
            after 1 is z
            before 1 is o
            before o is the p
            dot is the p


          • l says:

            growing past the B.
            get to RB
            RB is BB
            from BB, recede to Bo
            from 2 go to 1,
            then z
            this is v up v down.
            5 up 5 down.
            5 up g down.
            5 divided by 7
            be good enuf.
            big B
            and Big E
            lead to 7
            be good
            leave the bad shah to.
            life is good.


          • Burgers are exceptionally bad for you says:

            Do you still work at Bletchley Park?


          • Rot-13 says:

            Thvqb vf gur orfg oybt, ohg lbh fubhyq fgvpx gb uvtu cevzrf va lbhe pvcure.


          • l says:

            you are my bro.
            you are royal tee.
            u are 8 in all dimensions,
            you are my bro.
            how can


          • l says:

            the balls are at 2pl.
            drink thy 1.
            how ca
            truth is bitter sweet
            u r my roaring bro


    • 297
      Grimy Miner says:

      What the fuck is all this gibberish?

      Has this blog finally become the refuge of every nutjob, deranged lunatic and fuckwit in the universe.

      Mods, what does all that stream of conscience rubbish add to any discussion on here? This nutjob is in great danger of bringing this blog into even further disrepute.


  3. 4
    The Loony Left says:


    • 10
      A country run entirely by crooks, imbeciles and PC fawning cowards says:

      Socialism only exists to create tyranny.

      One hundred and fifty million innocents murdered in it’s name so far. How many more to come, until the mutant political plague, is finally destroyed?


    • 25
      Bluto says:

      Excellent. I’m glad that there are people like this. Never surrender to the left.


    • 227
      CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

      If Obama likes to snoop on everybody’s life, someone should ask him how we can’t access anything on record about his past? What does HE have to hide?


      • 305
        CarryHole is a porcine homunculus says:

        Their trying to out how he funded his college and locate his birth cert.


  4. 5
    Anonymous says:

    We need to help the terrorists blow us up as much as possible.


    • 11
      Spartacus says:

      American terrorists or the ‘rebel fighters’ that the americans arm?


    • 27
      One-term Dave, dragging the Tories to their grave, says:

      By Jove, you’re quite right old chap, what what!

      That’s why I take £11 billion of your money every year (or borrow it on your behalf), and spend it far more wisely than you ever would – I jolly give hundreds and hundreds of millions of pounds to that spiffing country, Pah Kiss Tan. And they’ve just announced that they’ve built an additional 10 nuclear warheads! Bought with your money, given to them by me, your Lord and Master. Jolly spiffing.

      And now I’m going to spend £5billion of your money bugging your Tweets, texts and emails, less you do something a bit foolish.

      That’ll make the world safer, what what what!



      • 52
        Burgers are bad for you says:

        It is getting very close for the English to have another Jeanne d’Arc moment….


      • 189
        The flaw to bugging twitter says:

        Dave spending GBP 5billion to monitor the tweets of a few hundred million, who are generally calling him a c’unt is not a good investment.

        He should just look at his time line every now and then.

        Much cheaper.


        • 218
          The Imperial Good Companion says:

          If it helps I could just post Dave a letter saying he’s a c_nt so he doesn’t even need to go online. I could vary the format a little some some typed in black ans some in red just to give him a bit of change. What do you think of a National Dave’s a C_nt Letter Day might actually get the message to him? Worth 60p I reckon just to see his red balloon face go a bit redder.


  5. 9
    alex weir says:

    Huge congratulations Guido for committing an illegal act by publishing. If the fascist intel guys try to prosecute you then you will have massive popular support throughout Britain and beyond. Well done!


    • 13
      maggie the dog says:

      And we promise to visit


    • 15
      Spartacus says:

      which embassy will you be staying in whilst in London?


    • 26
      bit of a burke says:

      The Only Thing Necessary for the Triumph of Evil is that Good Men Do Nothing.


    • 47
      Old Holborn says:

      Not illegal. D Notices are not enforceable in law. MSM editors obey them out of choice. So that


      • 54
        Burgers are bad for you says:

        … shows that they are all dyed in the wool wimps?


        • 195
          fruitcake says:

          Looks like OH has been terminated mid-sentence.
          It could start happe


          • Tay King-dePisse says:

            If some pissed-to-the-gills Merseysider yobs could track him down and threaten him and his family, how much easier would it be for the intelligence community to go after Old Hobo? (Unless maybe the “intelligence”[!] community were the ones that gave those Scousers the info– could you really put it past them?) But then again, who does Old Hobo really threaten, anyway? He’s a well-into-middle-age ornery crank of a git who gets his pathetic little jollies twitting everybody. As opposed to an earlier-middle-aged man with a streak in his hair, devilishly lashing out at the corrupt system which takes things like D-Notices as a given and imposes them as a cost of doing business upon anyone who dares expose such notices and the people who can blithely issue such UKases.


  6. 12
  7. 14
    Oxford English. says:

    It is a fake D notice. The British spell jeopardise jeopardise and not the American jeopardize.


    • 16
      Spartacus says:

      it gives a clue as to who told them to write this – just shows how much cameroon is obarmer’s poodle as b-liar was bush’s poodle.


    • 92
      Read the OED says:

      Read the OED you eejit they go for -ize endings


    • 221
      The Imperial Good Companion says:

      Just means some sad arse in Whitehall can’t be bothered to switch from the US English Dictionary in Word to British. It’s endemic across all government departments these days.


    • 318
      Maqboul says:

      No it just shows the age of the author. If some half-arsed yank had drafted it we would have seen “Defense” and a couple of split infinitives.


  8. 17
    Toby Young says:

    Karl Marx regarded religion as the opiate of the people but that was before X Factor and similar trash, before football-worship,Owen Jones tweets, etc etc


    • 67
      Hegel says:

      Oddly enough, the Victorians did know about sex and porn, but Marx didn’t seem to be too bothered about that.


      • 73
        πορνεία says:

        Porn was respectable in those days. The word derived from Greek and gentlemen would claim to be as interested in aesthetics and the quality of the etchings rather than just bukkake, (which was not invented until the 1980s).


  9. 18
    Jorge Orwell says:

    Email / proxy server outside UK/US, encrypted PTP/VPN to UK = secure browsing and email that neither the US or UK governments can snoop on.

    It’s that easy, the only reason to do what our government and that of comrade Obama’s is doing, is to snoop on the general public.

    We should be stringing our MP’s up from lampposts, not giving them generous pay rises


    • 19
      anonymongs have more fun says:

      You do have a point. No self respecting terrorist or serious criminal would leave a trail on a Google server or a Verizon phone record. That sort of thing is the domain of the little people and the petty thief.

      Plod even give the game away these days when they produce google search records as evidence in court.


      • 30
        Bluto says:

        Indeed. I’m curious as to when “googling inappropriate words” actually became a police matter and evidence to support a prosecution. And when “intelligence” suddenly extended into monitoring the lives of people who have not offended but are “persons of interest”. Who decides that? We are in the realm of criminalising anything a criminal did in addition to his crime that we don’t like, which is of course the perfect excuse to censor the internet and criminalise more looking at things in the fatuous belief that it will actually prevent crime.

        When they said a New Elizabethan Age in 1953 I didn’t expect it to take 60 years or just to become the spying on citizens, torturing them and persecuting them for heresy bits.


        • 72
          Funny that the MSM has not picked up on Google spy says:

          They must be recording everyone’s searches as the plod said the chap who killed the little Welsh girl was not on their persons to watch list.

          Has a law been passed in parliament to allow this snooping/data collection, how long is it held for and has it been deemed admissible evidence in court?


          • Spy data Creep says:

            Brings to mind when Traffic master first came out. They insisted that the cameras only collected a few digits off a plate, that the car was anonymous and no records kept This soon became apparent as a load of Bollocks when the plod were able to trace and publish driver movements in the case of serious crimes and now of course these records are used in any crime the plod wants to investigate.


          • Spy data Creep (edited for the modbot) says:

            Brings to mind when Traffic master first came out. They insisted that the cameras only collected a few digits off a plate, that the car was anonymous and no records kept This soon became apparent as a load of Bollocks when the plod were able to trace and publish driver movements in the case of serious crimes and now of course these records are used in any crime the plod wants to investigate.


          • Spy data Creep (edited for the modbot) says:

            Brings to mind when Traffic master first came out. They insisted that the cameras only collected a few digits off a plate, that the car was anonymous and no records kept This soon became apparent as a load of Bollocks when the plod were able to trace and publish dr1ver movements in the case of serious crimes and now of course these records are used in any crime the plod wants to investigate.


          • Gatehouse says:

            Wait till the next gen of GPS devices arrive. It has already been decided that all cars from 2025 will have to have an imbedded GPS tracker and vehicle monitoring system. This will be covered with the argument that it will help reduce insurance premiums, help with road safety and reduce car theft. All true to a degree, but it also means we’ll know where everyone is, when you commit a motoring ‘offense’ and can pull the data any time we want. Can’t wait till you all start wearing the augmented reality classes you won’t be able to take a shit without us knowing!


          • White hat geek says:

            Modifying the electronics in car systems is simple. Many people do that today.

            Easiest solution for disabling GPS: Put some tin foil or metalic paint over the aerial, if there is a problem with just removing the communication wires. (GPS units are generally Serial devices, with a Tx / Rx and power. Replace with a microprocessor to simulate their output – which is standard – if really need to.)


      • 33
        One-term Dave, dragging the Tories to their grave, says:

        I jolly well give you a cast-iron guarantee that all data collected by my super spiffing snoopers’ system (cost to you: £5billion) will only be given to the security services, your local council, the Charities Commission, all branches of the civil service, the world, its dog and uncle Tom Cobbley and all.

        There. Totally secure and nothing to worry about. It’s to catch terrorists, you see, what what.

        And whatever you do, don’t for the Love of God use the free Tor program from torproject.org, or my super multi-billion pound spiffing snooping system’s completely rogered.

        Toodle pip!


    • 21
      Bazinga! says:

      Spot on. They can’t catch terrorists but they can catch a couple trying to get their kid into a decent school. Or Christians protesting about homosexuality.


      • 56
        Burg(h)ers are exceptionally bad for you says:

        …or over-filling a wheelie bin by as much as one centimetre


    • 22
      Handycock says:

      I’m Free (For Now)


    • 28
      Maurice Minor says:

      You ought to know that mst proxy servers are run by the CIA.

      Why do you think the boys from thepiratebay.org are pusued with such vigour after setting up their own?


      • 31
        Jorge Orwell says:

        No they’re not, unless you’re normal attire includes a tinfoil hat!

        A proxy is simply a server through which network traffic can be routed and controlled.

        Cheap and easy to set up on any hosting server on the planet.

        You can rent a server and setup a proxy, mail server, VPN etc. for less than £10 a month


        • 42
          Fluffy Thoughts says:

          Using Tomcat, a popular, open-software system. You can use secure connections using https/java-certificates.

          Excellent! Now how well known are these solutions…?


          • TOR says:

            Don’t forget the TOR anonymous browser. Open sourced, and probably the most secure browser on the planet at the moment.


      • 39
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

        Encryption of all data is the only secure way to communicate in private.


        • 88
          The Scratchings on a Rock That Created Time and Space says:

          Oddly enough, it is the traditional methods which are safest. Just go and speak to someone if you want them to know something.


          • Mustava Pee says:

            My mum wrote to me to say she was voting UKIP.
            Being old and remembering ‘Loose words cost lives’
            was the reason for not ringing me.

            Guess what, yep, the letter had been steamed open!

            What is it with Lib/Lab/Con and the fear of the people
            and UKIP.


          • Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

            I remember an episode of “Shoestring” i think, were he got a crook to confess, while playing a round of golf, because the crook thought it was safe to talk. Shoestring then whistled to some bushes a hundred yards away and a guy with a huge sensitive long distance directional microphone and a tape recorder popped up.


        • 154
          We The People says:

          Most encryption systems are NSA castoffs FFS


  10. 20
    Bazinga! says:

    Funny that all this snooping was going on yet our so called fucking security services couldn’t catch two fucking Muzzie mongs planning to butcher a soldier on the streets of London. Nor could they catch all our thieving MPs up to no good.

    Seems to me that like Bit Coin, someone needs to step up and basically create an internet that lives outside the state controlled one. Encrypted web sites, hosting servers off shore in a nation away from the yank and British cuunts.

    The government always claim that they are doing this to catch criminals. What like checking our passports when we enter the Country? So how come we’re fucking flooded with foreign criminals and fucking terrorists then?

    Lies lies lies, it’s all about controlling the proles and making sure that no real resistance to the state can rise up.


    • 24
      Joe says:



      • 359
        Trougher says:

        If we don’t allow terrorist attacks nobody will be scared and need us now, will they?!


    • 32
      Tachybaptus says:

      It follows from this that somebody needs to step up and create a security force that actually goes after terrorists, finds them and kills them. But having said that, the prospect of a bunch of independent vigilantes rushing around with AK-47s terrifies me. Possibly the current inefficient, corrupt system is the best that fallible humans can manage.


      • 170
        Case for the EDL says:

        There are some who think they would be doing this, but they are a little disorganized.


      • 225
        The Imperial Good Companion says:

        I think this is the strategy of the Mossad? To be honest I could never understand the response of the US to 9/11. The best way was always to bide your time and take out those responsible one at a time. Invading countries made no sense and was a gift to the terrorists in the long run. But I’m only a typewriter so what do I know?


    • 43
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

      +Infinity to the power of infinity


    • 51
      1984 says:

      There are no more freedoms anymore that we once took for granted.


      • 97
        The Scratchings on a Rock That Created Time and Space says:

        You do not even know what freedom feels like. You don’t know it, you don’t miss it.


    • 55
      Gawkes says:

      The internet you access regularly is the state controlled side, research the ‘Deep Web’ and you’ll find a much darker place.

      Be warned though the majority of it is in very bad taste, as you can imagine it’s a haven for hackers, organised crime and so on.


    • 169
      Conspiracy Watch says:

      False flag, perchance ?

      Or, one of their worms turned. Triple-X ;-)


  11. 29

    I’m beginning to think that ‘intelligence service’ is an oxymoron to rival ‘happily married’.


    • 57
      Burg(h)ers are exceptionally bad for you says:

      … military intelligence (now there’s an oxymoron for you) is run by General E Useless


  12. 34
    Fluffy Thoughts says:

    ABCA: Nothing more to say.

    By definition; it cannot be illegal unless it is legislated against. It is so amazing (or should that be amazed-mong) how few people understand the internet paradigm.



  13. 35
    Anonymous says:

    You do all realise that Prism was created by the Bush administration? Please don’t let the truth get in the way of your paranoia


    • 58
      Burg(h)ers are exceptionally bad for you says:

      Don’t the EU have something similar named after an ancient stargazer?


    • 60
      Apricot says:

      Who cares who set it up. The question is how to get them to do things differently.


      • 91
        Calidius Eroticus says:

        Secessio plebis is the only way.


        • 101
          Apricot says:

          Why do you think the countryside alliance got short shrift?


        • 165
          Samizdat says:

          You are right. Some very interesting ideas which can be explored on those lines.

          What if all the shops failed to open one day because everyone decided to go to the park instead and smell the flowers.

          On a smaller scale, would it not be wonderous if not a single journalist turned up to a Downing Street or Labour Party press conference for a week.


    • 61
      Bazinga! says:

      Yes but ‘Boosh’ was evil as you leftists keep telling us, so now explain why St Obumma is at it?


      • 70
        M102 says:

        I love the way the sheeple protest about state control and snooping etc and then bare their whole private life on Facebook and Google.

        When I read 1984 I always imagined that the thought police etc would be forced on people as we got closer to that state in real life, but no Facebook and Google came along and the proles happily put all their personal opinions, private business, networks of who they know etc on it. Religion is no more the opiate of the masses.


        • 103
          Calidius Eroticus says:

          Thinkpol are out there monitoring every opinion aired on Facebook but they are not employees of GCHQ. They are the liberals who find offence in everything they perceive as ungood. It’s these self appointed wankers who are the closest to the Thought Police of 1984. It is these wankers who we should be enraging by making sure our opinions are heard every bloody day.


        • 333
          Maqboul says:

          It does my head in when some c’unt uses “sheeple” as if he is not one of them. Oh do fuck off.


  14. 37
    Benjamin Franklin says:

    Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.


  15. 38
    Anonymous says:

    An interesting experiment : if I send an email to myself, containing just about every “trigger”word I can think of, how long before…….you can complete the rest youselves can’t you?


  16. 39
    LEST WE FORGET says:


    • 45
      Windy Millers Backout says:

      But he’s pressing the GREEN button and we all know what that means.


      • 53
        Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:

        GREEN means much higher energy bills ! :)


        • 59
          Burg(h)ers are exceptionally bad for you says:

          He’s waiting for a Coke and a sarnie to emerge on the table.


    • 65
      Eeny, meeny, miny, moe catch a n1gger by his toe says:

      Red / green is the most common colour blindness


      • 163
        Gawd Help Us says:

        Bit of a disaster if you were a sparks in the early days and suffered from it.


        • 230
          Anonymous says:

          It depends on the item and the shade of the colour – I’m colour blind. I went for a job in a jewellers when I was about 16, I got a ruby and emerald ring the wrong way around at the interview.

          A couple of years later, I went for my first full time job as an engineer for the GPO/BT (1983) and I took the 10 wire colour test and I passed it.


    • 156
      Arnie Graf says:

      Show some backbone Ed


    • 179
      Tay King-dePisse says:

      What’s next for him? “Ooh– donuts– ooh!”
      Ed having his “Homer Simpleton” moment?


    • 180
      nmj says:

      He doesn’t look trustworthy enough to be in charge of running a bath.


      • 369
        Expat Geordie says:

        Every year at work we have to do an employee satisfaction survey, which is completely anonymous. I know it to be anonymous as in the last two years I have written the following about my female manager, both of which could apply to Miliband at anytime, but especially in this photo.

        “If leadership is followship then I wouldn’t follow her into a pub that was serving free beer”, and

        “She couldn’t organise a fuck in a brothel.”

        I still have a job but I also have a new manager.


    • 407
      Anonymous says:

      fixes the chicken soup dispenser…


  17. 41
    i spy says:

    The last labour administration was a disaster for civil liberties.Cameron and Clegg promised to reform but apart from minor adjustment to Ripa have done nothing.proceeds of crime was brought in by blunket to combat organised crime and it ended up with Johnson allowing the
    powers to be used against anyone and enforced by local councils. Powers include seizing your assets before any charges have been brought and under section 5 of the act you can have your assets seized by the state in a civil court without jury trial.
    Johnson is now the cheerleader for the shoppers charter.complete loony.
    State has been on the rampage since 9 11.


  18. 44
    Jess The Dog says:

    Defence Advisory Notices are *advisory* with no legal compulsion. Publish and damn them.


  19. 49
    Jess The Dog says:

    DA notice system usually works fine on common-sense principles but this is driven by political embarrassment and is an abuse of trust.


  20. 50
    Mad, Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin ( Member in absentia ) says:

    These are bigoted women


  21. 64
    The Full Nigel Video! Must see! says:


    • 69
      Bluto says:

      We must unite against fascists like UAF. Apparently Cameron supports UAF.

      Shame on him.


      • 85
        UAF = Unite Against Freedom says:

        Shame on him indeed but the whole LibLabCon support and fund the UAF.

        The UAF are their rent-a-mob who are sent in to disrupt freedom of assembly and free speech and to do their dirty work.


      • 251
        Anonymous says:

        UAF/ Islamists pay their respects to Lee Rigby.


        • 289
          The words to change a nation says:

          That just sums up modern Britain for me, I am a white fighter but I spent 32 years three miles down the road from where hat happened, it’s easy to forget just how many people like that here are in this country, I promise each any every be of you there is an army of these pele on our shores


        • 312
          The words to change a nation says:

          Actually let me see if I can type that properly, I’m a white flighter and after a year of not living around these kind of people it’s easy to forget just ow many with that mind-set are around, for any lefty Gurdian reading plonker reading this, please don’t think this is just ramblings of some panaroid right wing nut the you tube vid you see above is atypical example of inner city Britain, please take it from me.


    • 71
      Comrade Delta says:

      That was a great night for us.


      • 204
        Steve Carell, The Office (US), says:

        “That was a great night for us.”

        That’s what SHE said!


    • 74
      Freedom of Speech says:

      “The fascists of the future will be called anti-fascists.”

      Winston Churchill


      • 191
        Tay King-dePisse says:

        “The word Fascism has now no meaning except in so far as it signifies ‘something not desirable’…”— George Orwell, “Politics and the English Language” (essay), 19-bloody-46! And this was a democratic socialist saying this! A man who picked up a gun and fought against the Fascists in Spain! A man who, you would figure, knew what a goddamned Fascist was, FFS! And if HE said “Fascism” is a meaningless boo-hiss twirling-moustachioes panto-villain of a word, I’m likely to believe him!


        • 311
          CarryHole is a porcine homunculus says:

          Fascism is generally thought of as the state being involved in controlling the culture of and owning the people, rather than the other way around.


      • 270
        Jabba Le Chat says:

        “The fascists of the future will be called anti-fascists.”

        Where exactly did WSC say or write that ‘quote’ line?


    • 269
      Jabba Le Chat says:

      Two swivel eyed loons indulge in a circle jerk…


  22. 66
    Look out george the Boss is watching says:

    I take it Dave has gone to Watford to meet the Bilderbergers because he does not trust Osborne to carry out a proper job alone.


    • 196
      Dave should resign now says:

      It is probably because the clowns they had originally booked for entertainment failed a security check, so were not allowed onto the estate.

      So – The Dave and George double act it is.

      Think ‘Of Mice and Men’ shtick.

      — So you think these nice men will help with our housing bubble George ? Do you George ? Do you ?

      — Yes Dave. And they will give us Alfalfa for the rabbits as well.


  23. 68
    FoI enquiry says:

    This is a very good scheme for what it is intended for which is firstly monitor the activities of people who refuse to believe the official versions of false flags operations carried out in order to implement a police state in the first place, and further to be able to go on fishing expeditions in order to remove people from public office or other trouble makers who need to be forced to resign or have their reputations destroyed. Bring on the police state, you know who will be in charge; just look at the Bolsheviks, all non-Russians to a man, but so much the better at torturing and murdering Russians.


    • 138
      Anon says:

      Soon we will be free to say who those ‘non-Russians’ were. At the moment, though, it would be career suicide for a public figure to do so.


  24. 79
    Mike (England) says:

    Careful Guido or they’ll be raiding you and then mysteriously announcing they found child porn on your computer. seems to be happening a lot these days when they want to discredit / silence someone who dares to speak out or act against them.

    i bet they cant wait until people start installing xbox one’s into peoples homes with its always on HD camera and super sensitive mic array kinked to MS who it would appear were first to give all our data to the government of the Corrupted States of America.


  25. 87
    Jimmy says:

    They reckon without the determination of the unintelligence services.


    • 136
      The NSA says:

      We monitor all thr dgus bosses, thrir banking collaborators and launderers

      But we keep that information secret

      Otherwise the major Wetesrn banks would collapse



  26. 93
    P.Mandevilson, the Eminence Greasy says:

    Something the Labour party hates


    • 100
      Fuck the LibLabCon says:

      Fucking liars.

      500,000 have come in every year that Dave has been in power.


      • 107
        The Purpose of Common Purpose says:

        No-one knows. Until they de-programme the Home Office, Metropilitan police and the Border Agency, no-one is going to do anything about arresting any of the million sof overstayers and illegal entrants lurking about in the South-east. Possibly 10% of the population are illegals in one way or another in some parts of London and the police have refused to help round them up. Local authority staff also actively collude in ensuring they are not identified and removed.


        • 112
          Pawn Sandwich says:

          Funny how they can intercept a small parcel sent from America and charge you duty on it but they cannot intercept a busload of illegal immigrants.

          For ‘busload’ you could substitute shedload, jetload, shipload – take your pick.


          • While we are on the subject of surveillance and monitoring, and as you rightly brought it up, there REALLY IS a list of people who have had to pay customs charges.

            The list means that if you have ever had a customs charge, you will always get them as your packages face extra scrutiny from the revenue, via your postcode. All overseas items are examined.

            If you have yet to receive a customs charge for unpaid duty, you may never get one.

            The only way off the list is to move house and let the new owners have the problem.


          • Jabba Le Chat says:

            “The list means that if you have ever had a customs charge, you will always get them as your packages face extra scrutiny from the revenue, via your postcode. ”

            No it doesn’t ;o))


          • Blowing Whistles says:

            To Bill Q – One of the final plans if not stopped is to fold Royal mail into the ‘one world’ controlled postal service. At present Royal mail as it stands ‘technically’ is not UNDER the total control of the other mail delivery systems such as the U.S Post. But aren’t plans to give The workers a bung in order to collapse the Royal Mail into a world service [total control] in train at present – what do you think Adam Crozier is all about and doesn’t he have career links to Alan Leighton [wanker & serial executive] making them the dupes of Murdoch and his stringpullers?


          • Expat Geordie says:

            BW. Interesting idea, but explain TNT doing end to end deliveries in the UK, bypassing Royal Mail completely.


        • 408
          Blowing Whistles says:

          Ex-Pat TNT were part owned / controlled by New Sint / SCorps behind the Murdoch facade front. The info is out there – it’s just that murdoch and his handlers don’t want too many to make the link / join the dots / place a big piece in the jigsaw.


    • 102
      Joe says:

      If they run with that they are fools, it’ll be ripped to pieces in days.


    • 104
      Feel the enrichment says:

      I think the whole point and premise of that misleading graphic is that people confuse incremental and absolute numbers.


    • 105
      albacore says:

      Heaven forfend! Jeopardising security!
      One just must maintain security’s purity
      Brilliant wheeze – admitting millions of immigrants
      Done only to test our security ain’t pants


    • 274
      abdul says:

      … its called : LYING .


  27. 106
    Lies Damn Lies and Statistics says:

    Two interesting tidbits on “More or Less” yesterday.

    A&E recorded waiting times are actually the time between registering in and either admitted onto a ward or completion of treatment.

    A&E visits have hardly increased but the new walk in health centre visits are classed as A&E visits for the stats hence the increase in recorded A&E visits.

    Why doesn’t Dave point this out at PMQs?


    • 110
      A Soggy Bandage says:

      Its is irrelevant. The public uses and knows the NHS. We all know how crap and obstructive GPs and A&E are capable of being, as well as how brilliant good health care can be at times. You can’t wave statistics to solve an issue of perceptions in that manner. It will just make Dave look like an out of touch Gordon Brown figure if he tries.


    • 113
      Bluto says:

      1. Because he is really a socialist
      2. Because Conservative political strategy is crap
      3. Because he is more concerned with Bilderberg, Syria, gay marriage, hosing British money abroad to foreign countries, chillaxing in Ibiza and playing stupid video games than about what happens to old people in our hospitals.


  28. 114
    sussex sid says:

    Not content with spying on data the last 10 years have seen a massive proliferation on
    The number of ways you are asked to spy on your fellow citizens. Telephone nos galore
    For you to ring anonymously and accuse your neighbour of fraud or crime of any sort. You can
    Ring one called Too much bling give US a ring to accuse your neighbour of having too much disposable income!
    None for dodgy mps though. How about.
    My MP is having a fling so I think I will give the plod a ring.


    • 119
      Gestapo Twitter police says:

      We don’t even answer those phones. We just watch you on facebook and twitter.

      Look at this .. “en XXXXXX: “been out working..bleedin’ hot in the sun..but boss gave us an extra £10 for getting the fence up in time..”

      Undeclared income ..£10. As good as a confession.

      And look at this .. Lilly XXXXX – “Can you babysit Tyler mum? Leo’s coming and staying over tonight..xx”

      You are a single mother, Lilly, claiming single persons allowance. Yet we have noticed LEO staying over an awful lot. An awful lot for a casual sexual partner. You and he are both claiming single instead of joint occupancy..This requires more surveillance..maybe some drones overhead?
      We shall monitor the recycling bin contents to confirm average weekly pints of milk consumed for a 1 parent / 1 infant household. Evidence of shaving foam or men’s apparel..

      In the end..you all convict yourselves. Because you are all guilty of some crime against the state..


      • 186
        CounterPoint says:

        Or, with the state having access to this level of detail, it can cherry pick what it wishes to target for stigmatization / legislation.

        This is an easy way for a government to increase its revenue and exercise control over one of the few things it can with it’s populations:



  29. 115
    Gordon the medicated says:

    Ha! In your face Osborne!
    Look at this! Arrived today!

    You have been accepted as a premium member of the I.M.F.
    The enclosed I.M.F. gold membership card will allow you access all to the secret areas of the I.M.F. website.

    Just complete your name and age and ask a grown up to help you with a secret password that you will need in order to login.

    Once you have accessed the website you can sign up for a personalised letter from Kermit and other members of the International Muppets Fanclub.



    • 126
      Miss Piggy says:

      Some people say I resemble a more attractive Sarah Brown.


    • 160
      nellnewman says:

      Well you and I may laugh but let’s face it this man has made himself a multi-millionaire by touring the world with his comedy spoof series on ‘how he saved the world’ and how he is an economic messiah with all the answers to solve the poverty of everywhere.

      The gordon and sarah brown gravy train is currently considering renting a religious tv channel in the usa so that his ‘inspirational’ speeches on how to tax and spend to promote government non-jobs and line the pockets of the political elites, so devastating local economies slowly, can reach a bigger audience.


      • 174
        Gawd Help Us says:

        Sounds like a potential story line for a disaster movie.


        • 181
          nellnewman says:

          If militwit and balls, gordon’s brainwashed disciples, get into no10 in 2015 it will be a real disaster not just a fictional movie.


  30. 116
    hank the cat says:

    Seen Elsewhere

    Is Cameron a Shape-Shifting Lizard? | Sun

    Surely that should read “Is Cameron a Shirt Lifting Lizard?”


    • 149
      We The People says:

      Cameron is a minor pawn in the hands of the Gangsters who have taken over large parts of Western Finance

      They are, however, very worried about the People taking back power

      And losing their grip because of the Chinese and other financial entrants who do not play by their rules

      Hence fairly desperate discussions of the Bildergangsters

      While the real decisions are being taken in California between the Chinese and US Presidents


      • 155
        Barry Obama says:

        Yes, we made a one very important decision. The first was to take off our ties but leave our jackets on. You can tell this was a spontaneous decision because every single person in our respective delegations and all the security people also took off their ties and kept their jackets on. Nothing choreographed about that at all. No. We have a very warm and genuine relationship.


        • 162
          Economist says:

          When China sneezes -sells a few hundred billion of treasuries

          Europe collapses

          And the USA falls into a Deep Depression


          • Away on Business says:

            It is a complex relationship, and does not all need to be one-way traffic. There is a huge middle class in China which requires imported goods because they don’t trust the quality of the locally made stuff. Its not all the designer, luxury and tech stuff either, some of it is very basic: Western baby powder, anaesthetics at the dentist, that kind of thing.


          • The Walton Family says:

            “There is a huge middle class in China which requires imported goods because they don’t trust the quality of the locally made stuff.”

            We got to be one of the richest families in America by importing all that Chinese schlock and selling it at Wal Mart– don’t knock it! Well, there’s that, and successfully keeping our stores from being unionized doesn’t hurt either, come right down to it.

            (And PS, we’re not those Waltons hillbillies from Virginia, we’re the Waltons hillbillies from Arkansas.)


  31. 117
    Fresh Air says:

    This reminds me, I must ask Google one day what it is they think they mean by InPrivate internet browsing.


    • 120
      Gestapo Twitter police says:

      This site uses cookies.
      Say yes to their use or we’ll disappear you.


    • 123
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

      It means only they, and all the companies they later sell your data to, know what sites you are browsing ;-)


    • 313
      CarryHole is a porcine homunculus says:

      If you’re too worried
      +Fire fox
      + Ad Block
      + Ghostery
      + Flash block.


  32. 121
    Tony, International Statesman says:

    As a pretty regular kind of guy, I deplore D notices. TBH, a 100 year secrecy order plus the ‘accidental’ shredding of any and all personal papers is a much better bet. And I should know!


    • 125
      Marcus Licinius Crassus says:

      Tell me , how could I ever become as rich as you?


    • 142
      The NSA/GCHQ says:

      We are monitoring all those crooked paypments made to you offshore, Tone

      At the right moment, we will publish them…

      PS and Mandelson and his Oligarch friends…


      • 157
        Burgers are exceptionally bad for you says:

        THIS is the right moment. Now bloody get on with it; we need cheering up.


        • 164
          Honest capitalist says:

          So we should be encouraging the NSA/GCHQ to snoop and tell on the Blair/Clinton/Rubin and co gangsters


    • 177
      nellnewman says:

      I see bliar has been given £milllions in the belief that he will make pal es tine settled and democratic and bring p e a c e to the mid dle ea st.

      I think that’s called a sick joke.


      • 394
        Curly says:

        The Pallies don’t want peace – they just want their land back and the interlopers removed.


  33. 122
    Anonymous says:

    David Cameron: Aid spending makes PM ‘proud to be British’

    Well thank you twat, spend your own money not the tax payers.


  34. 127
    The ManseMan says:

    When I think of the billions I pissed away in aid I get a medium sized stiffy.


  35. 131

    Although I’m putting myself at risk by revealing this, it’s essential for the public to know.


    Summary of data collated on telecommunication traffic of Mr Jonathan Prescott:

    75% of traffic: ordering pizzas.

    25% of traffic: discussion of farting and eating.


    • 143
      The NSA/GCHQ says:

      That is why Prezza was granted a super injuncted F Notice on all his goings on when he was DPM

      The truth will out, however


  36. 135
    Anonymous says:

    ‘Farage is very slippery…


  37. 139
    Larry The Cat says:

    So if we are not doing it there’s no justification for a D Notice

    But if there’s a D Notice there is something to hide



  38. 145
    We The people says:

    I would ask the NSA to publish all the phone conversations of a certain R Murdoch over the last 10 years

    In order to put him away for good…


    • 171
      Spooky or What says:

      That would of course be lovely for you but sorry no can do he is on the “protected” list”


    • 353
      Blowing Whistles says:

      I am working on it and have been for some years now – but it’s them shyster j*ews [of the “evil legal Fraternity”] behind the bastard murdoch who are the real bastards. [c comment on sat sev up]


  39. 152
    Uncommon Knowledge says:


  40. 159
    Mark Steyn says:


  41. 168
    The Extremely Special Relationship says:

    Would this be the same NSA/GCHQ which saved Drummer Lee Rigby’s life and who spend a huge amount of time and money spying on ordinary folk to achieve that success!

    Note to GCHQ rather than spying on this blog go off an find a terrorist.


    • 175
      Joss Ayinglike says:

      They’re frightened of the ‘racist’ or islamophobic’ label.


    • 182
      A very disturbing reality says:

      Information is shared among all member states of the EU these days, and there are about 4 EU specific intelligence agencies running which are monitoring.

      It would be somewhat inconvenient for a lot of people if the intelligence agencies started sharing that information with civil agencies, like the tax office or your employer for instance.

      That has happened – sort of – in the US through the targeting of Obama’s political opponents.

      If that is happening in the UK, that could set a very ugly tone indeed for public sentiment.

      Word to the wise:

      Everyone has something to hide, and everyone is entitled to having some privacy.


    • 184
      Only Obeying Orders says:

      We had been told by Dave that Baroness Warsi was successfully bringing moderation and enlightenment to all the peace loving muslims in the community.


    • 315
      CarryHole is a porcine homunculus says:

      I think you’re confusing the terms state security (them) with national security (us)

      Everything is done for the former, none for the latter.


  42. 176
    Joke of the day says:


    • 183
      nellnewman says:


      gordon’s constituents are idiots if they think his 1 day a year spent acting as an mp for full salary and over the top expenses are ‘serving Fife constituents’ .

      But then maybe none of them are very bright.


    • 185
      Sit Petra says:

      Asa MP., pardon?.


      • 192

        That’s why hard working plebs can’t stand the troughing arsehole, yes the man turns up for “work” two or three times a year…..sod it I’m going to spend a few hard earned “beer tokens” on a pint or three… at least Iv’e earned it!!… and payed TAX to pay for “HIM” to take the piss.
        I fell a bit better after that rant! FFS!!!!!!!!!


        • 240
          Sit Petra says:

          O’ joy! we are all supposed to celebrate the wonderful gathering of people celebrating the milestone of 30 years of uninterrupted troughing… cue for bagpipe music.


    • 260
      Gillian Duffy says:

      Any bigoted women there ?


    • 282
      Browned off says:

      They are doing this to make Gordon feel a little better because he has been shunned by Bilderberg.


  43. 188
    pleb says:

    Oh well!


  44. 197
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP.


  45. 198

    Gordon Brown is still breathing without help.


  46. 200
    The EU puts secretly intercepted email's in Baby Formula says:

    Cyber security:


    – Means snooping.


  47. 202
    Owen Jones says:

    Sunning it up. If the weather could just stay this way. Thanks. x


  48. 205
    Only Obeying Orders says:

    Google denies it allowed the US and UK governments direct or ‘back door’ access to its servers. They claim they only heard of Prism yesterday.


    I do not believe them. You only have to use Google.hk once and see what accommodations they have made with the Chinese to know that is bound to be crap.


  49. 207

    Yet again Cameron has been caught “Bending over backwards to accommodate
    The American government “probably in more ways than one
    As he has No mandate to do this , if it’s found to be correct , he and his gang of cabinet faggot’s should resign with immediate effect
    This is the snoopers charter that was democratically voted out


    • 211
      Tessa Tickles says:

      if it’s found to be correct , he and his gang of cabinet faggot’s should resign with immediate effect”

      There. Corrected it for you.


    • 213
      An Unspeyed Stray says:

      The assumptions here are that Dave and his cabinet care about obeying the law, and, if caught breaking it, would do the honourable thing and resign over an issue like this. That is very unlikely.

      Etonians have a God-given right to rule and a little matter of doing so in an honest, ethical or law-abiding matter is not going to get in the way of that.


      • 222
        Long John Silver's parrot says:

        Thanks to that Julian Arseache we all know exactly what the Americans think about Mr Cameron and his Conservative friends.

        Come to think of it we have heard nothing about Mr Arseache for many months. Is he still avoiding British Justice by avoiding arrest for breach of bail by holing himself up in that Embassy?

        Last thing I heard was he was keeping 28 highly trained Metropolitan Police officers away from normal duties and off the streets of London.


      • 254
        Tom Catesby says:

        Who was that ‘middle aged couple’ whose affair rocked Cameroon?
        Pickles and Ms May?


  50. 208
    Only Obe.ying Orde.rs says:

    Goo.gle deni.es it allo.wed the US and UK governments dir.ect or ‘back door’ ace.ss to its serv.ers. They claim they only heard of Pr.ism yeste.rday.


    I do not believe them. You only have to use Google once in China and see what accom.moda.tions they have made with the Chi.nese to know that is bo.und to be crap.


  51. 210
    DAVE (fuckwit first class) says:

    I say you chaps , i’m very concerned that half a million of our own people are having to use food banks to survive
    So concerned that i’m going to give yet another 375 Million pound of YOUR money to charities to feed “foreign poor people”Who , once their bellies are full will breed even more poor people for us to feed ! I say being a world leader really is spiffing What !
    I really do have no idea what goes on in the real world , now where did i leave that sprog ?

    Toodle pip’s


    • 215
      Tony Blair is a twat says:

      Good idea, even better if we feed the ones that pray to a man who married and r@paed a child. Then they can come here and blow us up.


    • 231
      albacore says:

      You missed out the very best bit, though, Dave
      Every single brass farthing that you gave
      You made us borrow – and we have to repay
      If we ever do, that’ll be a gay day


      • 232
        DAVE (fuckwit first class) says:

        No not at all , Most of the money will stay right here in the UK an extra nought on the salaries of charity bosses , and an upgraded Mercedes sports for their wives
        just the odd mill will buy a private jet for some despot

        Pip’s Peeps


        • 384
          Dignitas says:

          Common Purpose charity bosses are very important people. Where do you think we recruit the footsoldier UAF scum from?


  52. 217
    Tony Blair is a twat says:

    A bit rich of that fucking bitch Yvette Cooper to be wanking on about freedoms. Her fucking government wanted to be able to bang anyone up who they didn’t like for 90 days without a judge having a say.


    • 224
      Jane Birkin from Paris says:

      It is a good job you do not live in France.

      Hollande is not just content with spraying tear gas upon people who stand up in public to oppose him but is now starting to ban people who share views different to his.


  53. 228
    A 76 year old says:

    The Britain that exists today has more in common with N azi Germany than with the Britain in which I grew up. The young don’t know any different. But those my age realise that we have lost our country. Britain no longer exists.


    • 255
      Rolf Harris is innocent says:

      Can we scrub the tax returns then?


    • 334
      CarryHole is a porcine homunculus says:

      Anti-National Socialism


    • 397
      Gramps says:

      Dead right Old Fellow, those balmy days have long gone. Time somebody took a match to that Eton cesspit which seems to be the cause of many of our current problems.


  54. 235

    I’d like to know if any “Fresh young meat” was offered as inducements ?
    Because if it was , it’s a bloody bitching outrage !
    All i ever got was a severe knobbing by an hairy arsed Russian metal worker


  55. 236
    DAVE (fuckwit first class) says:

    Just one question

    What about OUR data protection act ?


  56. 239
    DAVE (fuckwit first class) says:

    after all the anti Government / American / muslim comments that have appeared on here over the years
    At least we will finally all be able to put names to faces , as we are all arrested in dawn raids , shackled together and bundled on to jumbo’s Guantanamo bound

    P S i want to be the one to strangle the “Welsh sheep shagging video freak in the bog”


  57. 242
    Owen Jones says:

    Dear Australia,


    Yours, etc. England


  58. 243
    Francois Hollande says:

    The eurozone crisis is over!


  59. 248
    John Humphrys says:

    Hello my name is John Humphrys and I’m a cuηt!

    Thank you and goodbye.


    • 253
      Phil from Pentonville says:

      I did not realise you were as nice as that.


    • 400
      HMTQ says:

      Put him in the Bloody Tower – then throw the keys into the river. Impertinent little prat. WTF does he think he is?


      • 406
        HMTQ says:

        HMTQ says:
        June 9, 2013 at 8:41 am

        Oh Aye say! What is my posting doing down here? It was in response to Humphreys at No 248 @ 6.00pm.

        After a certain number this blog really goes completely hay wire [as opposed to piano wire, of course]


  60. 250
    WIND FARMS are a CON says:

    Drove past one the other day , Red hot day not so much as a breeze , yet they are all turning !
    Hmmmmmm ,
    either they contain a huge elastic band that unwinds when they stop turning , Or they use electricity to con us into thinking they actually work


    • 261
      Sit Petra says:

      Two 12 volt batteries connected in parallel, gives the illusion of power production to passing motorists.


    • 284
      Universal Hiss says:

      I believe they take energy from the grid to keep the bearings moving when the arm thingies are not moving otherwise they seize up,blow up,catch on fire.(That’s all to the good of course.)

      You can tell I know fuck all about engineering but others who post on here do,so they’ll put you right.


  61. 256
    Bugs says will that do? says:

    Bunnies Bunnies Bunnies Bunnies Bunnies samizdat Bunnies Bunnies Bunnies


  62. 265
    Herman van Rumpboy says:



  63. 275
    Gaston says:

    How likely is it that genuine “persons of interest” would communicate using everyday telecoms?


    • 277
      My-5 Kinky boyz says:


      But then real persons of interest are under very tight direct surveillance so it doesn’t really matter how they communicate, provided the communication is known about.


    • 293
      Universal Hiss says:

      Well the latest head hackers did but they were deemed to be not dangerous.

      Known to police & 5 & 6 & lots of others.

      I can’t quite figure out why my emails to family & friends, my shopping lists,telephone calls & posts on this blog would enable all the security services to have stopped those two nutters.

      Still it will produce lots of non jobs.


      • 402
        Ze Vatcher in ze Rye says:

        Ve vatch to make sure you only order vun portion ov ze gruel per veek. Now get back to your knitting, zer vinter iz cumink und ve need zose gloves.


  64. 276
    Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? says:

    This snooping business is bad politic and a waste of resources.

    Consider the case of Ch!na hacking B.A.E back in 2008/9.

    Massive security breach ? Yes. They downloaded a whole bunch of designs / research etc. etc. Useful if you want to get your defense industry ahead by 10 years in the space of 2.

    Now: Stop there.

    Who would actually benefit from that ?

    Well, Ch!na for sure. They can now manufacture, upgrade their arms, and start selling to undercut the Western defense contractors.

    Who else ?

    Those who are perhaps trying to have the Western Defense contractors lower their costs, and perhaps foreign armies who wish to do the same as before but for less money ?

    The surveillance may be a little about stopping terrorism, but when real national security issues are looked at it can be seen in the scheme of things that these measures are being used to manufacture consent and steer public opinion / political decisions.

    The elephant in the room ? Those who are actually behind that.


  65. 280
    Anonymous says:

    GCHQ will never stop me telling you exactly what i&(*.#




  66. 281
    Universal Hiss says:

    O/T I just read this…..


    Why do families as illustrated think they should live in one of the most expensive areas in the world, subsidised by you & me?

    I want to buy a flat in the middle of Edinburgh but I can’t quite afford it at present. It’s not fair I tell you. You lot should give me money.A great deal. I won’t even say thanks.

    I wonder if the Guardian tried to find Londoners as we used to know them or they think newly arrived will gain more sympathy with the cifers. Most of the below the line comments makes me want to vomit.

    George Smith has made this a total dogs breakfast but that’s another post.


  67. 286
    Still work to do says:


    • 294
      Wicked says:

      Mirror mirror on the wall, who is the ugliest of all?

      the second from left, 100% of voters agree.


  68. 292
    Nelson's Column says:

    Why are the BBC getting all tearful now that south African terrorist is about to pop his clogs?


    • 300
      Houses of Troughers says:

      Pity the great nelson could not have renounced the violence which makes his country a fearful place. Winnie`s necklaces didn`t help. Basket case. Too late now.


    • 377
      Winnie says:

      Me am be doing lots a necklacin’ when me maaan be passin aweh


  69. 295
    No Yolk says:

    Couple of welch singers on BGT just got egged by a woman loon. I wager one of them has been banging out of watch.


  70. 301
    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    The truth is not out there.


  71. 302
    JadedJean says:

    Look at who wrote and presented the World at War series and then you will begin to understand the decietful piece of propaganda that it promulgated about a certain part of its content and you may even be forgiven for thinking that the entire series was made just to promote that particular piece of propaganda.

    Remember, there’s no business like Shoah business!


  72. 303
    Deptford One says:

    Ees dee notice wot lanlord give me today, innit.


  73. 308
    The words to change a nation says:

    Nigel Farage is my hero and if he isn’t yours he will be soon, you can only run so far.


    • 314
      Plaid Cymru says:

      No one’s heard of him here in Wales.


    • 316
      The words to change a nation says:

      I would challenge that, when talking to my Liverpudlian socialist gandad nowadays it’s like watching a Farage YouTube clip, for times they are really changing.


      • 324
        The words to change a nation says:

        I would also add my grandad is a Northern Welsh Liverpulian.


        • 330
          The words to change a nation says:

          My point is the Taffy, you are now on the wrong side of history. Even the Welsh have caught up.


        • 332
          The words to change a nation says:

          Idris Cross-Jones is my great grandad, A fact I am very proud of, if you we’re any self respecting Welshman you would know who he was.


        • 340
          The words to change a nation says:

          Do you ever remember the tv/electrical stores called Johnsons?


      • 325
        The words to change a nation says:



      • 328
        The words to change a nation says:

        I come from the family cross-jones.


  74. 309
    hon member for fiji east says:

    its my fee records – whoops!


  75. 310
    Its not your money to piss away says:

    Dave commits another half billion for the world`s poor breeders to carry on breeding while the bilders build ever more wealth and we wait for medical attention for months. Absurd man.


  76. 317
    More of the same says:

    “David Cameron is under pressure to force his chief election strategist, Lynton Crosby, to reveal the identity of his business clients as new details emerge of the way the Australian combines roles as the Tories’ top political adviser with that of a commercial lobbyist.”


    • 319
      TheBigCon says:

      Since when was advising the government on whether to have plain packaging or minimum alcohol pricing not a conflict if you lobby for cigarette and alcohol companies. The gravy train runs onwards with politicians waving from the windows at the poor sods being left behind.


    • 327
      Jaded voter says:

      Another great piece of judgement from dim Dave


    • 329
      Anonymous says:

      G’day Australia.

      Listen, thanks for Nick Cave and Peter Carey and didgeridoos and The Bush Tucker Man, but shipping this bludger to Blighty was a mistake.

      If you take him back now, we’ll forgive you, just like we forgave you for Jason Donovan, Patricia Hewitt and Prisoner: Cell Block-H. I mean, fair lick of the lolly mate: enough is enough


  77. 331
    Best act of the Night says:


  78. 336
    Pomp & Circumstance says:

    Patriotic victory at Britain’s Got Talent, ironically by a Hungarian troupe.


    • 337
      walking on egg shells says:

      It’s a tough one for the lefties. On one hand they detest anything patriotic, on the other hand they applaud immigration.


  79. 338
    Wurzel says:

    So the U.K. spies on it’s citizens via the U.S. to sidestep search warrants. I don’t know about special relationship, the bastards deserve each other.


  80. 339
    Run VT says:

    The BBC must be praying that Phil the Greek doesn’t depart this world at the same time as their hero.


  81. 342
    Anonymous says:

    WE are the nasty party ! :)


  82. 346
    Saffron says:

    The beeboid load of crap are a disgrace as to what broadcasting is all about,they think that their job is to feed us whatever crap they like.
    When I see what dross they and their presenters churn out,it makes me think that you lot as the national media are a disgrace.


    • 388
      Everyone in Westminster says:

      Its will be a handy distraction for when the mob decides to storm the bastions of power. It will give us time to get away in our escape pods.


  83. 347
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

    No, no, no !!!


    • 350
      Cwispy pants Bwyant says:

      Your arse ? No thanks.


    • 376
      Two plus two =5 says:

      UK debt is growing four times faster than Germany’s

      so even the Economist of London now believes that growth should be created by debt?

      They seem to think like Fred the Shred of late and blessed memory

      Or the Maximum Imbecile


    • 382
      Hardy says:

      Oh do Fuck off!

      Next they’ll be telling us that mass immigration is down… phffff!


  84. 348
    Tim ( not nice-but dim ) Yoyo says:

    oh dear……………


    • 351
      Tim ( not nice-but dim ) Yoyo says:

      Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear….In fact, far too dear


    • 361
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Who wrote that surreptitious suck up to the climate change windmill piece in the Telegraph leader comment today – has johan Hari and some of his ‘friends’ [Inc fatso David Aaronovitch] got some fucking dirty pics of the the leader writer or what?


    • 389
      Everyone in Westminster says:

      Peg him out on a rock somewhere in the Sahara. He needs a bit of global warming.


  85. 355
    Anonymous says:


    • 368
      Honest capitalist says:

      As Guido knows

      This man was a scandal witing to happen

      A compulsive and Pavlovian trougher…


    • 372
      City PR man says:

      Good God man

      7 grand is far below the going rate for Parliamentary bungs


  86. 357
    Winnie Mandela says:

    I’m tyred. Geddit?!


  87. 358
    Blowing Whistles says:

    I repeat a comment from a few weeks ago – oi you fucking libertarians get to fuck with your liebertarianism and all your ism idiotologies – Libertarians are just another group of f-wit dupes.

    Damian McBride knows lots about abusing the Data Protection Act – but hey he was empowered to do so by many a legal 5hit-head in the labour government of the reign of terror … D Mail – via Spectator article about them fucking legals infesting our everyday lives {and fleecing us to boot} – by jove I dare say the bastard writer has stolen from my “free to say it like it really is” utterances ON HERE over the past year.


  88. 363
    Blowing Whistles says:

    That Tall mud scripture is infested with pa3d0 loving 5hit.

    To all the fucking political faggots – you’ve been had as ever throughout history by those who you suck up to. Ha fucking ha – twats – you too Mandlebum.


  89. 365
    Blowing Whistles says:

    I bet the Jisraelis have got the dirt on Berni inn out hoganhyphenhowe … of course he’s fucking entrapped – he’s a fucking bent MET Pig with a Commiszion.


    • 383
      Not Blowing Whistles says:

      Bald statement above on the eggy man of the evening.

      Publicity stunt or his close association with Clifford causing penny’s to drop.

      You could be right, egg man certainly has something nasty he his holding back, but it may not necessarily be his own actions, just knowledge of others.

      Odd that no one has noticed that his talent shows have generated no new talent. Odd indeed.


      • 410
        Blowing Whistles says:

        He is just another one of ‘their’ frontmen cum puppetmen / jesters – their Rses are controlled for their having crossed a boundary. They live on; the lie – and do as they are told / instructed – for which they remain in the public view and ‘get’ very well paid for it … dirty money / follow the money trail etc.


  90. 380
    Luciana's Burger says:

    Did anyone really ever suspect that your every move wasn’t monitorable on the web/email? It doesn’t matter whether legislation allows it they’ll be doing it. The real question is whether incriminating information on key society figures is held and actively not pursued…..ok we suspect we know the answer to that too – que the D notice on Operation Ore.


    • 404
      Ann Uvva-Liverbird says:

      Lucy, the word, dear, is CUE.

      Que is French or Spanish, but we would not expect one such as you to actually know that.


  91. 405
    HMTQ says:

    Oh Aye say! What is my posting doing down here? It was in response to Humphreys at No 248 @ 6.00pm.

    After a certain number this blog really goes completely hay wire [as opposed to piano wire, of course]


  92. 409
    Larry The Cat says:

    Was it written on vellum with a quill pen and dispatched by carrier pigeon?


  93. 413
    Anonymous says:

    Does the Government really understand how hacked off the general population are? Why are the authorities not acting against the guilty people?
    Is it beyond the whit of man to harvest data on Labour, The Banks and the relevant criminals in Minority groups and have large scale prosecutions?
    The failure to act in a determined manner suggests there is more to groups such as the Bilderbergers than meets the eye.


  94. 418
    Anonymous says:

    interesting nobody mentioned ben fellows in connection with this, who accuses kenneth clarke of groping his penis when he was 13. there was a tape of this but it disappeared at carlton TV. guess who was the right hand man of the CEO of carlton at the time? DAVID CAMERON.


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