June 9th, 2013

WATCH: Alex Jones Meltdown on Sunday Politics


464 Comments

  1. 1
    John Tandy says:

    IDIOT

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    • 10
      Stop the fee says:

      I’m not one to defend the BBC but I think Brillo is the best of a bad bunch, certainly no idiot.

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      • 27
        Chris Evans says:

        So disappointed – I thought it was Alex Jones, the One Show presenter.

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        • 30
          Anonymous says:

          She is stunning

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          • I get even more angry than that about some of the comments that appear on here!

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          • Will you marry me?

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          • Gordon Brown says:

            Do you like your men to get cross? I get cross all the time. Perhaps you should marry me!

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          • Both you and Alex Jones are mere pussies when it comes to getting angry.

            But don’t make the mistake of thinking that, because I have desisted from eating my five baby breakfasts, I am not capable of venting my spleen anymore.

            It just happens that when you get to a certain age you have to watch your input if you wish to keep a trimline figure.

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          • HenryV says:

            I like her for a couple of reasons.

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          • Lord Wayne of Trombone says:

            bit of a shame no one bothered to look at what he is saying… There is likely some kind of plot to take over the world. Or limit access to upper levels in eastern shopping centres. Or something like that.

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          • Member of the public says:

            Sorry Guido, he’s no more of an idiot or a meltdown than you are a conspiracy theorist.

            You have become a member of the establishment.

            BTW, stop moderating every other post, you never used to be like this.

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          • proj V 4g.mumst.st. says:

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            the g spot is on the other side on the back. bash.

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          • Padre by name. Royal LION of a Pussycat by nature. says:

            .
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            the heart is in herforshire. the H spot.
            the G spot is in Goodmayes. where the Good mother’s reside. it is mental as there is a mental hosp there.
            .
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            happiness is at the G spot, behind the H spot.
            it is here that the mouse becomes the Lion.
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            Sikh is King.
            SevenKings nearby.
            Sickie nearby.
            sick is.
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            menta is the king of the homecastle.
            li,l Britain.
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            yguru
            the king is also a Queen.
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            no tim for the gent.
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          • Mr Mannekin-Piss says:

            Alex Jones…. Hmm, I thought it was that Alex Jones from the ‘one Show’…. pity. this Geezer is a twat, he needs to take more Meds…

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          Anonymous says:

          Alex Jones infowars.com is much more interesting.

          Andrew Neil was very rude to Alex today. I think he should apologise.

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          • Gloone says:

            Alex Drone detected.

            Alex was not the chair of the interviewer. His colossal ego couldn’t remotely handle this, so he extremely rudely shouted down the other interviewee and Neil, being a moderator, told him to stop. This caused a raging meltdown.

            The fact that you see his behaviour as normal and polite speaks volumes to how utterly deluded your psychological state is.

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          • TB says:

            I a po.
            .
            GB: no moi.
            .
            so the babies chirp in the morn.
            left or right.
            both
            nowt
            in the cyst.
            what a hank.pow

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          • NWO Agent says:

            Why? Alex Jones is a Hunt.

            In fact, if there was some big conspiracy by a bunch of politicos, militarists and industrialists to rule the world, they’d probably employ him as part of some ‘false flag’ campaign.

            Because who better to distract the masses from the reality of the NWO than some fat SPAM piece of shit who has actually made a fortune from his conspiracy theories, and whose constant shouting of incoherent abuse would undermine the truth-seeker’s cause more than any black ops campaign the Bildebergers can dream up.

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          Hang The Bostards says:

          The scary thing is that there is probably quite a bit of truth in what the loon says

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          • Snotsicle says:

            He’s certainly more entertaining than Owen Jones although they both seem to have a similar grasp on reality.

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          • Django says:

            I watched it and Alex Jones came across as a ranting lunatic. Of course I am also sure that the BBC knew he would act like maniac on air. Brillo and the lefty lunatic that is Aaronovitch were in on it as well as many a knowing “it’s a set up” glance were exchanged between them during the interview. Personally I tend to believe in the “cock up” theory of history/politics as opposed to “conspiracy”. The Bilderberg meeting however warrants a proper investigation, if the BBC can trap MPs at fake interviews it should be able to get some deeper knowledge into what goes on at these secretive meetings as well. I don’t think the BBC did anything to enlighten us as to what Bilderberg is about this morning. What it did do is say that anyone who does want to know is in the Alex Jones camp, ergo, nuts. This really isn’t good enough!

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          • Tony Blair is a twat says:

            There’s no truth to anything the fat yank says.

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          • Alex Jones admirer says:

            **********Brilliant**********

            and beware of those who serve you tea. You will never know whats been dropped into your cupper.

            If you have been operated on in the last ten years then they have you chipped tagged ready to be controlled remotely.

            Look at whats happen to football hooliganism. It was in the late eights their techniques of control were being introduced.

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          • Pundit Too says:

            Unfortunately you are probably right, and that the establishment have set up this idiotic person to harangue us and make us believe it is all not true.
            Strangely he sounds far more left wing with his shouting and ranting than right wing. Would love to see him against Balls and Bryne etc.
            Entertaining, but only for the first few minutes.

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        • 165
          Anonymous says:

          Is she the one with the dreadful voice ?

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        • 347
          Group OwickthouartmoiHum says:

          O won.
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          boss is dead.
          it is all about the royal boygirl now.

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        pete cresswell says:

        You can be jailed for supporting terrorism if you do buy a license as the BBC just found out in this court case. Neil was a disgrace today and this was an obvious planned attackto portray him as a loony as the Cooperate Establishment do not like what he says and can back up. BBC is government propaganda station. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5UzMjzk8bo

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      • 341
        Group OwickthouartmoiHum says:

        is he dead yet.
        soimport
        airp
        ha
        a
        p

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    • 26
      Owen Jokes says:

      It seems that he’s not the only idiotic Jones…..

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    • 32
      Anonymous says:

      Who?

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    • 102
      Jabba Le Chat says:

      For anyone who has any doubts that UKIP is full of swivel eyed loons, check out the same Alex Jones and UKIP’s resident conspiracy nut, MEP Gerard Batten, talking similar nonsense outside the Watford venue…

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    • 175
      GMAN says:

      Americans… hurricanes of shit, piss and noise.

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      • 440
        HRH Her Majesty says:

        I didn’t quite follow what he meant about a republic, but presumably it means trouble.

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    • 209
      diomalco says:

      Time was, pre-Internet, Jones would be found with all the other fuck-wits hanging out at Speaker’s Corner. What a bore.

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    • 248
      Alex Jones says:

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    • 334
      Id i/o T says:

      nowt is poss.
      nowt is i.m.poss
      apologies are due to the finite
      apologies are due to the in da finite.
      the glass is cut.
      the Boss is D.
      B is M
      bU me
      ar
      v
      as.is
      .dotDOTdot.
      ado
      ad
      o
      .

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    • 344
      Anonymous says:

      Schizophrenia (and bipolar 1) is a terrible affectation but treatable or livable with to an extent. Maybe we should focus on treatment and rather than parade sufferers as freaks.

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    • 362
      Sackerson says:

      Which? I found myself rooting for Jones. Think he’s right about Neil being part of the system of maintaining the status quo – look at the nasty little trap he set for Chris Mounsey.

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  2. 2
    Andrew Neil says:

    Dear masters,

    When does my Bilderberg 2014 ticket get sent out?

    Yours forever,
    Your faithful slave Andrew Neil

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    • 34
      AlbaMale says:

      Bilderberg?

      Nothing to see here. Move along now.

      We believe the Honourable Ken Clarke.

      Just a few old fuddy-duddy billionaires and bankers and politicians having a boys weekend of brandies, cigars and joke telling. Why did you think Cameron wants to keep it secret?

      Sadly, the jokes on us!

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      • 77
        Old Blind Pugh says:

        Yes, in a roundabout sort of way we are all paying for it, paying for meals and drinks , that’s for the common people to pay up

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        • 311
          broderick crawford says:

          LEONA HELMSLEY HEIRESS TO TRILLIONS SAYS ::

          only the little people pay taxes

          and indeed only the little people pay for my lifestyle…

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      • 95
        ancien regime redux says:

        Alex Jones has a great deal in common with the people he puts on his little histrionic displays about. Both he and they are essentially sociopaths. Getting a bit philosophical I know, but individuals have to be willing to experience personal pain and failure in order to develop empathy both emotionally and in an abstract sense too. People who don’t do this, so often found in public and commercial life, are essentially morally retarded (regardless of what their IQ might be).

        There is a conspiracy in the sense that all of the key sociopaths are vitally invested in the maintaining and deepening of the status quo, always choosing the path of least resistance. That is what is really frightening and that is why we get constructs like the European Union which is very plainly a device for destroying democracy and people sovereignty.

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      • 107
        Julie S says:

        Touche AlbaMale :-)

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    • 88
      Anonymous says:

      Andrew Neil was terribly rude to Alex Jones today. I think he should make a public apology.

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    • 169
      Anonymous says:

      I must admit Andrew Neil sounded P*ssed that he hadnt been invited, his rant was very childish. Andrew hardly lives in a cardboard box, either here or in France !

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      • 255
        Labour is off its ED says:

        Did anyone see Balls-up on Brillo? He looked & sounded like a maniac.

        I was honestly astonished to see how low he can stoop, and how insane he sounded.

        That man would only be happy if this country was sliding down the pan1

        What does that tell you about the LABOUR party, that they wish to see this country run into the ground so that they can score cheap political points?

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  3. 3
    Honest citizen says:

    Brillo for PM I say

    He’s our last chance….

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    • 81
      Old Blind Pugh says:

      When is Rupy going to offer the Geedos their own Sky news/political program , I will not be able to watch it, but no doubt there would be clips on this blog

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        Why do black men wear baggy trousers says:

        You’ll need wide screen TV for Sky’s own teletubbies.

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  4. 4
    Taxandspendisnotmyfriend says:

    The irony is mostly his right

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  5. 5
    a non says:

    Owen, Alex and Taffy.
    Joneses or Jonahs?
    Have they all met Gordon?

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  6. 6
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

    Vote UKIP, the only political party not attending the Bilderberg shindig.

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  7. 7
    sick of em says:

    “William Hague: British public have ‘nothing to fear’ from US spies”

    at least the DT may think so – not sure anybody believes either the US or UK governments – notable oppressors of people – on anything anymore

    alternatively – FUCK OFF HAGUE!!!!

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    • 15
      LordP says:

      Fuck off Yanks and take Hunt-meister Hague with you.

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    • 52
      just wait. says:

      .
      the purpose of time is drama.
      fear the drama?
      or thrive on it, if so get stuck into The Times.
      .
      no doubt the sun is a stepping stone.
      …however the alternative is to do nowt. just wait for The Times we live in to die.
      …whatever is in the heart.
      give it all.
      suck it dry.
      and then feed the baby.
      go on, be the kind1.

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      • 57
        just wait. says:

        the milk of duty must not be swallowed. It is the reserve fund for the li’l1.
        voucha. 1111.

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        • 72
          do not ch says:

          the lady is cheated.
          so swallow. then the son is cheated. vichicticlearn or get wasted.
          .
          do ya duty and get out of the way real. that is the job of the sellmhaye
          .
          the problem is time,
          the sun will grow up and become The Independant newspaper one day.
          wait for the times…Inde laters.
          or Camfarage.
          the weak link is.

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          • sa m says:

            sa m ca m
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            bathe thyself.
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            tisj
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  8. 8
    Tony Blair is a Twat says:

    Alex Jones is less loony than Ed Balls or Gordon Brown.

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  9. 9
    Pollytwaddle says:

    WTF?

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  10. 11
    Owen Jones says:

    I’m jealous of Alex jones.

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  11. 12
    Anonymous says:

    At last a reason to play the licence fee.

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    • 16
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

      I’ve not paid it for 8 years.

      Grow a pair and just stop paying it.

      The Aussies got rid of their telly tax my mass refusal to pay it.

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      • 198
        CarryHole is a porcine homunculus says:

        Pay makes it sound like it was voluntary. The TV tax is extorted.

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  12. 13
    Wurzel says:

    Well they do have more than their fair share of dingbats over there!

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  13. 14
    SamCam says:

    I B E L I E V E (in Dave)

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    • 41
      Two Ed's are Thicker than One says:

      You are the only one that does.

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    • 46
      Tory Party RIP - killed by Camoron says:

      I believe in Dave, too. I believe in 1 year 11 months from now, Dave will have led the Conservatives to defeat.

      What I’m not too sure about is whether he’ll make a short speech first (“I take full responsibility for my Party’s defeat”) or whether, puce with rage at how “swivel-eyed loons” have forsaken him, he’ll just jump in the back of a limo and speed off, perhaps sticking two fingers up to the cameras as he goes.

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      • 257
        WoRaft ChIHUAHua says:

        1 year 11 months. That’s a good idea – a graphic countdown. I will do one with post-it notes and put in a special colour for the 2014 European Elections which are at the end of May 2014, then another for the general election in May 2015.

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    • 47
      A former member of the Conservative Party says:

      I believe in Dave, too. I believe in 1 year 11 months from now, Dave will have led the Conservatives to defeat.

      What I’m not too sure about is whether he’ll make a short speech first (“I take full responsibility for my Party’s defeat”) or whether, puce with rage at how “swivel-eyed loons” have forsaken him, he’ll just leap in the back of a limo and speed off, perhaps sticking two fingers up to the cameras as he goes.

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  14. 17
    Glyn H says:

    Utterly ruins his case by loopy histrionics.

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    • 20
      Tony Blair is a twat says:

      What case?

      That the Moon landings were faked and that George W Bush planned 9/11?. Bush couldn’t plan feeding his cats.

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      • 42
        Huw Rees says:

        Scientifically, the official story of 9/11 does not hold up e.g. whole planes being disintegrated by heat from burning fuel. Never happened before that, hasn’t happened since, is chemically, physically and logically impossible.

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        • 50
          Dancing Israelis says:

          +666

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Who ‘stood down the US Air Force’ – was it Dick(head) Cheney and not the bushman(hick hillbilly) who was otherwise inconvenienced conveniently?

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        • 53
          Ambassador Zorax from the planet Kronos IV says:

          What happened was this: the planes went into the towers and, as they passed-through the structure, they were eaten by mice, and it was just chewed-up bits of plane that came out the other side.

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        • 61
          Member of the public says:

          Yep, the more you look at the evidence and read about it, the more it doesn’t stack up. What did allow was, for our governments to put in place legislation to take away our freedoms and liberties under the guise of protecting us from terrorists.

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          • Well Whoda-Thunkit says:

            Still wondering how that other building that was not affected also fell down all by itself – 20 minutes after the BBC announced its collapse.

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          • Anonymous says:

            So all those people jumped out of a disintegrating building for a joke ? give me fecking strength.

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        • 69
          Tony Blair is a Twat says:

          Tin hat alert!

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          • Oxfordshire council CEO says:

            Yeah and it wuzn’t nuffink to do wiv Muslims nivver innit.

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          • Member of the public says:

            Oh yes Tony, tin hat alert.

            Tell me, why did you lock away the David Kelly inquest files for 70 years?

            Tell me again, why did you lock away the Operation Ore paedophile report fro 100 years?

            How does it go? Ah yes, if you’ve got nothing to hide, you’ve got nothing to fear.

            Conspiracy theorists, who’d have thought they’d lie to use, eh?

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          • Member of the public says:

            Oh yes Tony, tin hat alert.

            Tell me, why did you lock away the David Kelly inquest files for 70 years?

            Tell me again, why did you lock away the Operation Ore p a e d o p h i l e report fro 100 years?

            How does it go? Ah yes, if you’ve got nothing to hide, you’ve got nothing to fear.

            Conspiracy theorists, who’d have thought they’d lie to use, eh?

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        • 83
          Robin Friday says:

          Indeed it would be impossible had it actually happened. But, of course, whole planes didn’t disappear completely, ergo you are talking blollokcs.

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    • 131
      giant gonad says:

      when the cameras roll, he rants and raves

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  15. 18
    gobsmacked says:

    the ventriloquist was blatantly moving his lips

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  16. 19
    Raving Loon says:

    What did I just watch? I feel like by skull has been hit by a jackhammer.

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    • 49
      Two Ed's are Thicker than One says:

      Did you notice he gave Brillo swivel eyes. Poor Brillo got brillo’ed

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  17. 21
    Anonymous says:

    Shame about Jones’ performance but I certainly would not discount the essence of his views. I was once shocked by revelations of corrupt practice in the upper echelons of society but now believe greed and ambition for power has no boundaries – and Yeo is a good current example.

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    • 28
      AlbaMale says:

      Totally agree.

      Jones just can’t help himself and goes into a rant. That’s a shame because the message doesn’t come across. This BBC presentation managed to mock any belief in the FACT that there are elites running the world. But of course, that was the intention.

      Jones is often a liability but shame on you Andrew Neil for taking part in this scam.

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      • 59
        Right Full Rudder says:

        I think he can help himself and he knows when he’s being stitched up.

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      • 66
        Bob says:

        It’s obvious that elites, even if they don’t ‘run the world’, at least have much greater influence than those who aren’t wealthy or well-connected – and that wasn’t what Neil and Aaronovitch were mocking. They had on a guy who claims that water fluoridation, 9/11, vaccination and so on and so forth are all grand multi-national government conspiracies against their own people, despite abundant evidence that water fluoridation and vaccination have huge positive effects.

        They didn’t bring on a guy like that to deal with inappropriate lobbying and conflicts of interest.

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      • 67
        Member of the public says:

        Again, he didn’t help himself with the rant, but you can’t discount him for that.

        He’s right in what he said, in the US they’re building FEMA camps and Obama has ordered a whole load of ammunition that is banned by NATO in foreign wars, so it can only be used in civil wars/civil unrest.

        They know that as they try to exert more control over us, take away our liberties and steal our money (like Cyprus) and bring about the globalisation of poverty, we’re likely to fight back, so they’re preparing for the backlash.

        Calling someone a conspiracy theorist is just away of shutting down the discussion, a bit like if you say that we don’t need any more immigration, they shout racist.

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    • 104
      Timmy Tin Foil says:

      Alex Jones prompts the fool-or-knave question– does he do this whole routine of acting batshit looney because he IS batshit looney, or is he a P.T. Barnum doing it to make money off the “unwary-wary,” so to speak? Or so that anyone who raises the kinds of questions he does can be tarred with the brush of “So you’re one of those ‘Alex Jones’-type wackos, are you?” And if the latter, is HE a false flag of the Bilderberg types? You see, there’s many different ways you can go with this. I tend to doubt the sincerity of the Alex Joneses of the world, as they seem to be just a bit too pat in their predictability as far as taking any fact and making it fit into the kind of worst-case-scenario that people who ARE sincerely worried about abuse of Government power, who have been so abused (or they know someone who has been), will readily believe. For example, his FEMA camp example– these do exist, as “refugee camps” for any natural disaster on such a grand scale that it would require housing tens of thousands at a time (cf Japanese-American internment camps from 1942). Some are used as domestic Guantanamos for illegally-present foreigners who it is felt ought not be allowed to circulate in the community. Jones takes this fact and overlays the V for Vendetta St Mary’s virus fear– that the Government, on a pretext, could decide to take anyone they want and “quarantine” them, in virtue of an act of terrorism which was actually initiated by the Government itself; as Mayor Emanuel of Chicago might put it, why let a good crisis go to waste, as, since you have the infrastructure to deal with it, why not put it to “good use”? Especially if you can precipitate the crisis? And of course, with all the revelations about the Obama data-mining and selective tax-code enforcement, coupled with attempts to cool the ardour of reporters to report on possible abuses (when the press generally favourable to you turns on you, you’re in trouble), many might wonder just how far it all could be taken. Hey Presto, along came Jones! And you wonder sometimes if a one such as he is used to be capable of being pointed to and for the powers-that-be to say, “What we’re doing isn’t so bad– it’s nothing, comparatively speaking, alongside what the Alex Jones fearmongers of the world claim is going on!” Is Alex Jones a tool, a dupe, or a useful idiot? The fact that you can even ask this question shows the kind of healthy distrust of Government institutions we all should have– and it shows also that the Government could disinform by putting a lot of stuff in plain sight, knowing that if people don’t know what to look for, they won’t see it. At least you know Wally is supposed to be wearing a red-and-white-striped jumper and woollen cap– what are these people supposed to be wearing?

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      • 134
        ancien regime redux says:

        He fits right alongside a lot of the televangelists in America I’d say. At some level I’m sure he believes in a lot of what his website-radio operation reveals, it’s just that the quality of that belief is dependent on the quality of his moral self-belief (which is rather lacking). So just another nihilistic, self-serving and frequently useful idiot in my opinion.

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          They're ALL Disgusting! says:

          This “snare for the ‘unwary-wary’” wheeze has been tried before in America, in the 1980′s, when Morton Downey and Wally George, two hucksters of shady reputation and dubious propensity for veracity, played a faux-conservative viewpoint paired with a sure-I-seem-a-little-bit-looney-but-you-have-to-do-it-in-this-business card; this archetype is familiar enough by now that Stephen Colbert can do it archly, camping it up to take the piss out of Bill O’Reilly, as a meta-parody of sorts. George even did it as a Jimmy Savile clone, counting on the fact Americans wouldn’t know the original. It wouldn’t be so surprising if that’s what Alex Jones turned out to be. What would be surprising is if he is sincere, believes everything he says, and still does his right-wing broadcaster equivalent of “shuckin’n’jivin’ yahsuh-boss” Stepin Fetchit (the original “swivel-eyed loon” of the laid-back shiftless Negro variety).

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          • Nutter Alert says:

            Another one – PARAGRAPHS!

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          • Nutter Alert says:

            “dubious propensity for veracity”

            You Sir, have a propensity for verbosity.

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          • ancien regime redux says:

            Right. That’s what annoys me about all this flying saucer-chemtrail-lizard-shystering that goes on. If I want to watch an expert and be entertained, I can sit back and watch some Jimmy Swaggart and at least know that he isn’t discrediting the real issues. Never heard of those two US conservatardian fly-by-nights (Downey and George) though. Will have to check them out.

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        Nutter Alert says:

        PARAGRAPHS! FUCKING PARAGRAPHS!

        Either you have just copied and pasted this screed from somewhere or you are a nutter.

        A typical indicator of nutter postings are the ‘wall of text’ approach which you so amply demonstrate.

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        • 222
          Timmy Tin Foil says:

          As B!lly Joel might put it:

          You may be right. I may be crazy.

          But it just may be a lunatic you’re looking for.

          (And I’ve even separated the sentences– just for you!)

          Don’t ever say I never did you any favours, NA!

          (And BTW, NA, the clue is in the moniker– hiding in plain sight, if you will…)

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          • Nutter Alert says:

            I still think you are a nutter.

            You don’t have to separate sentences, but you do need to break down collections of sentences into related, manageable PARAGRAPHS.

            What the fuck is wrong with education (in written English) these days?

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          • Timmy Tin Foil says:

            Saw Fatcha’s fawt innit.

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    Timur says:

    Gotta love it! Classic stuff. Shame all Americans aren’t like that….

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      Two Ed's are Thicker than One says:

      Yep, it’s up there with the Jack-Ass interview on sky news!

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    mraemiller says:

    “You’re the worst person I’ve ever interviewed”

    Shame he didnt go the whole Grace Jones

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    Hooray for alex says:

    Best guest he’s had on in ages. Who the fuck wants to listen to a tedious bore like Aarnovich or those three pundits, especially that wee foppish dandy in the middle

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    • 73
      mraemiller says:

      Aaronvitch was just as rude as Jones only in a passive aggressive snide way
      It’s the usual tactic of trying to kill off any sustantive discussion of policy
      By using the conspiracy theory straw man.
      Jones comes over as a bore and a bully though

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    • 228
      Blowing Whistles says:

      I have been mudded at %.”) … And it wasnt a rant either. So lets see how long it takes to be undone if indeed they dare let it go.

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    Battenberg Cake says:

    What a fruitcake railing against the “elite”.

    Is he UKIP’s deputy?

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      Right Full Rudder says:

      Amen brother. We must do what they say and never question them. I have sent William Hague all my passwords.

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      Vote Tory, get heir to Blair says:

      No he is Owen Jones’ dad.

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        National Socialism is Socialism says:

        I do not know which of the two come off worst from that remark.

        Am leaning towards Austin Texas as being deserving of sympathy.

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    Owen Jones says:

    He is not as good looking as the other alex jones

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  23. 33
    David Cameron says:

    Chillaxing…

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  24. 37
    Sit Petra says:

    BBC obviously got that guy in because they knew he would come across as a conspiracy nut-case, usual tactic, but the essential points that policy is being influenced by a secret organisation still stand. Can the BBC tell us what was discussed in Watford? (not a million miles away), No, thought not.

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    • 54
      WTC Building 7 says:

      +freefall speed

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    • 136
      Conspiracy Watch says:

      What do you expect from a shock jock ? And why on the politics show ?

      Jones is a reasonable investigative reporter and broadcaster, but with a bit of digging the BBC could have nailed his ass to the ground in that interview, particularly on his funding.

      Good question: Why not ?

      At least he got infowars.com out on prime time TV, and as they say, all publicity is good publicity, unless it’s your own obituary.

      Hopefully Jones is not about to die.

      BBC made this mistake before with !cke. Worked well back then, but he is not doing so badly for himself now. They wouldn’t want to interview him though as his presentation is much more credible for the viewers.

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  25. 38
    Bert the Builder says:

    Actually I kind of like that bloke

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  26. 39
    Gordon Brown says:

    I agree with Alex.

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    Anonymous says:

    Alex Jones is a tit, but there is an incredible amount of irony that we have a lobbying scandal in the UK the same time the bilderberg meeting is being held in England.

    You would be a fool to believe that the media moguls, business leaders and high ranking politicians are not doing a little back scratching while they are there.

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    Right Full Rudder says:

    He comes across as OTT but his problem is if he’d been reasonable, he’d just have been patronised and ridiculed, like Tony Gosling was by Neil on Thursday’s show. For having the absurd idea that the world’s top political and business leaders meeting in secrecy might be a bit suspicious. You can’t win either way. It was the same with Piers Morgan. When any 2nd amendment supporter tried to be reasonable with him, they got talked over and emotively accused of wanting the deaths of schoolkids. By shouting a bit, Jones gets his bit of publicity, some will laugh and some will check out his show and find out he’s actually a smart and witty guy and probably a lot more on the money about this stuff than Andrew Neil is.

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    • 78
      Alex Jone, clever man says:

      Agree. Alex Jones, a clever man who I believe has accurate information. Disgraceful the way the BBC and Piers Morgan etc., try and bully their guests. Remember when Labour was in power and T.V. interviewers were NOT allowed to interrupt. Different game now.

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      • 87
        Robin Friday says:

        Yes, Alex needs to be more assertive doesn’t he?

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          National Socialism is Socialism says:

          Alex did push Brillo into unprofessional ad hominem’s quite early.

          Interviewer telling a guest to ‘shut up’ ? Bit rude.

          Finishing off with the gesticulating somewhat amusing, but as a viewer it gives a deeper insight into what is going on behind Brillo.

          Neils ex-girlfriend, the high class whore Bordes, who is in !ndia perhaps could do with another interview. On issues of national security, given her other paying guests at the time he was with her (when at the Indy), there is some murky water worth dragging up.

          Kashoggi anyone ?? :-)

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        • 164
          Bert says:

          He’s too retiring for his own good. No use hiding your light under a bushel, Alex, why don’t you just come out and say what you think?

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    TheDukeOfHunslet says:

    There are plenty of loony spazzy whack job schitzo psychopaths out there… they’e people too and they deserve a hero like Alec Jones to look up to.

    Somewhere there’s a cloud with a space ship behind waiting for Alex to beam himself up to.

    Until then he’ll keep making money out of his stupid mouth and bad manners from all the squat goblins that buy his bullshit.

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    • 58
      Oy vey hasbara shill says:

      +666!

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    • 62
      Anonymous says:

      There are plenty of loony spazzy whack job schitzo psychopaths out there…

      es there are, mostly in HoC and HoL.

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      ancien regime redux says:

      The Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy says that they are mostly harmless though.

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    • 140
      Conspiracy Watch says:

      Check out his backers.

      Inconvenient truths will out. :-D

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      • 267
        ancien regime redux says:

        Are you suggesting that there is a clear and direct trail of corrupting financial backers stopping Alex jones from exposing the Saudi takeover of Hollywood?

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  30. 55
    Sit Petra says:

    Investigative journalism died out at the BBC about 20 years ago, and that’s the truth.

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  31. 60
    Maurice Minor says:

    Don’t worry, hope is around the corner!

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  32. 64
    Jimmy says:

    I hate to break it to you, but basically you all sound like this.

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    • 79

      There is a genuine cover up going on though.

      Official story.
      The death star was destroyed by a single rebel alliance pilot using an X-Wing fighter armed with proton torpedoes.

      The X-wing could only destroy a moon sized base by hitting a 2 meter wide ventilation shaft.

      The designer and commander of the Death Star was Darth Vader

      It was Darth Vader’s own son, Luke, who destroyed the Death Star using plans captured FROM Darth Vader by Princess Leia, smuggled in a droid. A droid R2D2 that had been given to a young Darth Vader –

      The only survivor of the Imperial command when the Death Star was destroyed was Darth Vader.

      The plans and construction contracts for a second Death Star – They were given to Darth Vader

      Coincidence?

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    • 151

      Please, Jimmy, please.

      Tell us you really mean it. We don’t want you saying things like that just in order to please us.

      You are being totally honest here, aren’t you?

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      • 157
        Posts from the Past says:

        To be fair, can Jimmy please explain how taking the Treaty of Rome to Poland in order to get a fair price on coffee equates with Alex Jones saying a secret government is plotting to kill us all in Watford ?

        I may be missing something here.

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          • Posts from the Past says:

            Not intending to troll you SC: But notice that Jimmy has not explained himself. Typical lefty rhetorical trash.

            I think: may –> might ?

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          • OK, no probs.

            I had recognised what I took to be a Jimmy-type rhetorical flourish… :-D

            *repeats: I must not believe in conspiracy theories*

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          • Jimmy says:

            Richard Clarke put it best. All conspiracy theories founder on two fundamentally flawed assumptions: that governments are well organised and they they can keep a secret.

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          • Tay King-dePisse says:

            To Jimmy @ 4:42 pm

            Grand conspiracies of a unified-field-theory nature, perhaps, but Bilderberg etc. are really just trade fairs where business cards are exchanged, if you will; most of the “nefarious” stuff is done on an “I’ll have my people call your people” level, much like diplomacy is, and on a project-by-project basis, much like private enterprise, with only a general guideline idea of the kinds of things congruent with the mission statement they want to see accomplished. No chapter-and-verse long and drawn-out owners’ manuals. Less stuff to go tits-up. Less stuff for anyone to grass anyone up about.

            (And here I thought, Jimmy, that you and Cat would have twigged something like this a long time ago…)

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          • Which makes the very occasional one that is real even harder to crack.

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    • 199
      JH394230952309 says:

      Yes, we should all be quiet and leave all the big decisions about our lives to be taken by our progressive betters.

      Can I pay even more tax now please? I’m sure it will be wisely spent.

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      • 207
        Jimmy says:

        Would you mind? I mean we’ve tried this tories in Downing St thing and I think we can all agree it hasn’t worked.

        Besides, doesn’t Butch like to boast about how the top rate is higher under him?

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  33. 65
    Sit Petra says:

    Yeo!, Yeo!, Yeo!

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  34. 74
    Nico says:

    I Would have prefered Andrew V Alex without that Times man.

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    • 80
      Sit Petra says:

      The problem was Times man didn’t have anything to say, despite Andrew intervening on his behalf several times… grass growing, paint drying etc.

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    • 101
      Billy les Chansons says:

      But the BBC always gang up with minimum 2 v 1 in interviews like these.

      Must admit that David Aarsofabitch is a waste of space.

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  35. 75
    Right Full Rudder says:

    Meanwhile 3 hours earlier William Hague admitted on Marr that your internet records are being shared with the CIA.

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    • 82
      An old slant beginning with E says:

      Did he admit he was giving all the American data which the septics are not allowed to gather themselves to the NSA?

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    • 135
      Calm down dear says:

      Because the CIA are absolutely fascinated by your nutjob musings

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    • 142
      The Far Right says:

      If this is so that the CIA can come here and deal with the muzzie problem, that’s cool with me.

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      • 150
        Londoner says:

        If? There are said to be a couple of thousand of the buggers here already. Christ knows what they do, because they didn’t do anything to stop the Woolwich murder.

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  36. 90
    jay says:

    Back in the day, Aranovich was shilling for the Iraq war, a nasty Neocon Hack who’s wheeled out for such occasions.

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  37. 90
    Brillo rocks says:

    Brillo’s reaction is priceless.

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    • 156

      He escalated that beautifully. The bit at the end where he was pretending to pull strings was as funny as anything I have seen and turned that c*nt, Jones (any relation?), into a mere prop. Who has the camera is surely king.

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    Lateral Thinking says:

    The obvious question is, why are the BBC now taking this nonsense seriously, if it is nonsense that is.

    Wasn’t Aaronavich uted as working for security services ?

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    Joss Taskin says:

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    • 118
      nellnewman says:

      I haven’t heard militwit propose anything yet. The speech he gave last week was just about empty of any promises and bullyballs a few days before him gave a speech wittering on about iron discipline whatever that is.

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  42. 110
    Eeexcellent! says:

    Everyone knows the world is actually run by Mr Burns.

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  43. 112
    Farage against the Machine says:

    Hmm, reckon I’ve just found a source of policies for UKIP manifesto!

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  44. 113
    Tony Benn says:

    Socialism saves lives.

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    • 114
      Joe Stalin says:

      HAHAHAHAHAHA !!

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    • 215
      Nutter Alert says:

      It also keeps the plebs off the coastal footpath at Stansgate Abbey.

      Can’t have those nasty proles with their bobble hats and rucksacks tramping over the Benn’s country seat now can we?

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    • 459
      Oh come on says:

      We will rid the world of rich bankers and distribute their wealth amongst the workers. We will crush all opposition with our revolution and kill all that stand in our way.

      It will be worth it, my brothers and sisters, because once we have redistributed the wealth of the bankers we will all be £4.25 per year better off.

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    Freemason Illuminati New World Order Bilderberger New World Freemason Illuminati Order Bilderberger Mason New says:

    The thing that gets me about these conspirotards is that they constantly say the Bilderbergers/ Illuminati/ Freemasons etc are a secret world government. If that’s the case, they’re doing a pretty shit job of being secret.

    Those who wield power hide in plain sight. Such conspiracy drivel serves their purpose. The more idiots focus on cartoonish notions of global conspiracies, the less they pay attention to the actual crimes of governments and corporations.

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    • 349
      Lux e tenebris says:
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    I'm sorry I can't reveal that says:

    Bilderberg. It’s just an occasional gathering of Western politicians, bankers and business men. hearing presentations on the economic difficulties facing the global economy.
    I wonder why it has to be held in secret?
    The truth is out there …somewhere isn’t it?
    Western governments do allow a kind of democracy, but not on really important issues, like war, taxes, foreign aid, borrowing, spending more than the state earns and immigration.
    Slowly but surely people are waking up to this. Who do we think runs GB PLC? It certainly isn’t the PM, Cabinet ministers, or MP’s. At least 70% of legislation that comes before Parliament has its source in Brussels and has to be approved. The Civil Service runs GB and who runs them? Well it certainly isn’t the Prime Minister.
    The Swiss come nearest to the Greek City democracy ideal ( which wasn’t perfect as it was only for free men.) for they allow their voters to have referendum on important issues.
    When the next election comes in 2014 vote for anyone but Lib/Lab/Con and help rebuild British democracy.

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    • 460
      Oh come on says:

      Democracy is the problem, you numpty.

      It is a system by which the power and influence of intelligent people with IQ>100 can be entirely negated by some twat that barely knows how to write. It is this process itself which neuters the middle class and allows the ruling elite and entirely free hand in everything they do.

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    Freemason Illuminati New World Order Bilderberger New World Freemason Illuminati Order Bilderberger Mason New says:

    The thing that gets me about these conspirotards is that they constantly say the Bilderbergers/ Illuminati/ Freemasons etc are a secret world government. If that’s the case, they’re doing a pretty shit job of being secret.

    Those who wield power hide in plain sight. Such conspiracy drivel serves their purpose. The more idiots focus on silly notions of global conspiracies, the less they pay attention to the actual crimes of governments.

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    • 439
      Bubo says:

      You are not entirely correct there. At a local level, the activities of freemasons/common purpose can have a significant impact on peoples’ lives, and certainly undermine peoples’ confidence in notions of transparent and democratically accountable local government.

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  48. 119
    Gordon Brown says:

    Macho macho man
    I’ve got to be a macho macho man

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  49. 121
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP.

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    • 124
      nellnewman says:

      If UKIP are lucky they will have two or three mp’s after 2015 . I really hope that NigelFarage is one of them as he will be a breath of fresh air to a stuffy parliament.

      Sadly UKIP is not going to take the election by storm – but then neither are the libdems!!

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      • 139
        EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

        Vote UKIP.

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        • 148
          Alex Jones says:

          Vote UKIP

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        • 149
          nellnewman says:

          I would vote UKIP if I felt there was a real chance of them winning in my constituency. I would not vote UKIP if I felt that voting for them would put a labour mp into parliament.

          It’s all about tactical voting.

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          • True Blue says:

            If it were a ranked voting system I would put the nutters 2nd.

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          • Democracy 101 says:

            You should only vote for the representation you want.

            Tactical voting does not work in a first past the post system.

            That is a waste of a vote, unless you are voting for the representation you desire.

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        He already runs the Tory party says:

        Why on earth would Farage want to a Westminster MP..??? He has more power as he is and controls the Tory Party policy agenda and will decide who the next leader of the Tory party is

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  50. 122
    nellnewman says:

    http://applicants.mars-one.com/

    Here is a solution to our troublous problem with mp’s.

    In 2015 all those running for an mp’s job should have to sign a contract saying they would take up this one way, once in a lifetime offer to colonise mars. Others like gordon and bliar should also be encouraged to take up a seat.

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    • 173
      nmj says:

      Encouraged? They should bearrested and then frogmarched on board and padlocked into their seats.

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  51. 123
    Bent PR spinner says:

    I am running coaching courses fulltime from tomorrow for all members of the House of Commons, Lords and Murdoch Mob

    Session 1

    I did not have sex with that woman

    Session 2

    I did not take a bung from that man

    Session 3

    I did not stalk, hack, harrass or threaten that man

    So that they can all appear credible on the tele…

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    • 125
      nellnewman says:

      I did not claim expenses to which I was not fully entitled including for my 50″ flatscreen tv, my armani suit and my top of the range AGA cooker, my bath plug Oh and my Bentley… all absolutely essential for working in the HoC 2 days each week.

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  52. 127
    albacore says:

    Don’t watch TV or videos on here
    So please can somebody make something clear?
    Was that a muppet show or the real deal?
    ‘Cos it looked like a rubber mask on Neil

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    • 167

      Problem is that many of the comments on this page support Jones and disapprove of Brillo!

      What strange people you do have in that country now. I am glad I am well out of it… :-)

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      • 182
        Conspiracy Watch says:

        I think it is going for the underdog.

        No one likes to mention !cke, but he does have a very large following and people probably view his Wogan take down as being unfair.

        Don’t approve of Brillo’s handling, am still confused as to why they had Jones on that show. Odd.

        The mention in the mail is perhaps to get more people looking at this blog, and when they see support as you indicate, discredit this blog.

        Hopefully no such thing will happen, as top story today should be Yeo taking bungs and speculating upon when he is going to resign.

        Tomorrow morning would be nice.

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      • 184
        expat ith no axe to grind (I'm too poor) says:

        Cat, it is because they are all secret BBC drones (but please don’t tell anyone)

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        Conspiracy Watch 2 says:

        I think it is going for the underdog.

        No one likes to mention !cke, but he does have a very large following and people probably view his W’gan take down as being unfair.

        Don’t approve of Brillo’s handling, am still confused as to why they had Jones on that show. Odd.

        The mention in the mail is perhaps to get more people looking at this blog, and when they see support as you indicate, discredit this blog.

        Hopefully no such thing will happen, as top story today should be who is going to be resigning from government next week, perhaps tomorrow morning.

        (Got m’dded: Not sure what set that off :-D I’ll have a Y please bot ;-) )

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        • 196

          There just may be a conspiracy against you! ;-)

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          • Conspiracy Watch 2 says:

            No – I changed two words in the re-post, the three letter one beginning with Y which may cause contempt problems (and also rhymes with filthy troughing c’unt) is I think the one that tripped the bot into action.

            The other one certainly not a problem here.
            :-)

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            May I remind all of you about the strapline / motto of this blog – just in case many of you have forgotten it …

            of plots, rumours and CONSPIRACY … [That oughta do for some of the professionl trolls about the place] “Result” – evejn if I say so myself.

            btw my earlier m0dding was removed – musta been too close to the truth eh guido?

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          Nutter Alert says:

          David Icke does not have a ‘very large following’.

          What he has is a band of comitted nut cases who will rally to the cause at the drop of a hat.

          You should check out the forum section of his site sometime if you want an impression of the mental capabilities of his followers.

          (of course I’m just a government shill for saying this, obviously)

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          • Conspiracy Watch 2 says:

            Some of the stuff on the forum is worth browsing every now and then, but those who post there are not representative of those who follow him.

            Is worth swinging by his site every now and then for the ‘headlines’ as he does dig up and bring to the fore news items which normally get missed and are of interest.

            Selling out venues around the world as he has done does suggest he has a large following. But leaving aside the lizards stuff, he is still an effective journalist and publisher.

            It is worth keeping an eye on the expose of the Canadian Human rights mongs, and one lawyer in particular he outed over there for some distinctly non-human rights friendly activities (Warman I think is the mong’s name).

            It would be nice if he exposed his weekly hits on his site every now and then. Suspect he may be ahead of Guido, albeit with a much broader audience.

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          • Nutter Alert says:

            @CW2

            “It would be nice if he exposed his weekly hits on his site every now and then. Suspect he may be ahead of Guido, albeit with a much broader audience.”

            A ‘broader’ audience of retards, the terminally gullible and the pitifully ignorant, I would hazard.

            This is the guy who maintains that the moon is a giant, hollow alien space-ship, is he not? (and that’s one of his more credible theories).

            “leaving aside the lizards stuff”

            Uh, but we can’t though, really – can we?

            It is not worth ‘swinging by’ his site as it is utter, utter irrational bollox.

            The fact that he rakes in cash by selling out venues makes me despair for the lack of education and critical thinking abilities of his audience.

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          • Conspiracy Watch 2 says:

            I don’t think his audience can be written off quite like that. A few though who are a little strange, but in many ways no worst that your average cultist, leftist or common-purposite.

            A lot of his work is based on old Theo’sophical society works.

            Anyone who is familiar with Wilson’s ‘Illuminati Trilogy’ or some of the other more out there stuff going back to Aleister Crowley can see where he is mixing reality with fiction and some of his own ideas.

            Haven’t read any of his books myself, but they are still selling well.

            His deeper reporting, particularly that he was way ahead of the game on Savile etc. have given him renewed credibility. Even with a lot of that stuff, he was just re-running old Sca’llywag etc. articles, which is good as that stuff is in the public interest.

            There is an active market for ‘conspiracy’ stuff has been going on for years in the US, which !cke has successfully almost made mainstream in the UK. It is interesting the read the ‘conspiracy’ communities take on him as many suspect he himself is actually a plant.

            So long as he does no harm with his work to his followers and non followers there should be no problem. In that respect, !cke does appear to be very much a libertarian, albeit one with a some strange ideas about our monarch.

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          • The Illuminatus! Trilogy and Theosophy are two good reasons to reject his arguments from the standpoint of reason. If one wants to mix fact with fiction then that is up to the individual but, when it fails to cash out, then even dullard types learn the hard way.

            Please note that does not, of itself, invalidate his claims. But it helps to undermine them substantially.

            I would not want to cross the Atlantic based on navigation of a similar sub-standard. In fact, I would not want to cross the Serpentine on the back of it…

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Mr Nutter Alert – you seem to have your knickers in a twist – perhaps it is you and your friends who have been ‘mugged today’, Twat.

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          • Conspiracy Watch 2 says:

            @BW: Well said: But he probably will not understand what you mean.

            @SC: I do not make the case for !cke, but many get taken in by the apparent authenticity and pitch of what he is selling, and are not aware that there is a very long history behind it. A lot of it sourced from what gave way to MI-5/6.

            The conspiracy theory world can be regarded as a mix of some facts, and a lot of outdated dis/mis-information.

            One thing that is fact: The soup is very useful for conducting certain types of psychological operations.

            Most of the theories appeal directly to an audiences preconceived notions and cross many divides. That assumed credibility bestows great power to those who have a platform from which to project upon a susceptible audience.

            When what !cke fails to mention (and somewhat subtly so) is known, it is possible to see through. If he did mention this stuff, his books would not sell so well: The guy does need to eat, and his employment options are likely somewhat limited.

            People would be best to regard this as genre, like an infomercial. It is quite good fun, but making life decisions based on it should be considered carefully. Paying to see the speakers and enjoying the ride a little is broadly harmless. As is looking for dead Naz! legions under non existent lakes in !ngolstadt :-) The books are not expensive and the uTube vids better viewing than BBC.

            Now, if !cke / Jones et al. really wanted to cash in they could make up some ‘stories’ about the lizards being true gods from another planet, invent a device which ‘measures’ your compatibility with this ‘aura’ (that is linearly correlated with your available net worth) and give this new ‘religion’ (cult) a label like ‘Info-tology’

            They don’t do that.

            !ckes exposure of certain goings on in child abuse cover ups, Savile, certain Lords who have not sued him etc., dodgy government legislation and the activities of Monsanto / Pharma firms and the Gates trust are important. Only in that he did get the ball rolling, and now is one of the conduits bringing this off narrative stuff in to the mainstream (and back in to the mainstream).

            For the real deal conspiracy stuff, one really needs to have a look at Mr. Rense’s writings, and the UFO / mind control guys. Some is fact, a lot is fiction and failed attempts to cash in on a concepts that failed to engage public interest.

            Rense’s analysis of the EU and identification / explanation of Communitarianism is worth reading, and is fact.

            One should be aware that most of the anti-J stuff (J-conspiracy etc.) largely emerged from Canadian presses in the 70′s, shortly after the country admitted a bunch of chaps from East Germany. An awful lot of it is false-flag as well.

            Z’sm is distinct from J’ism.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            @CW2 points noted.

            As a younger man I watched a series of bbc2 progs called the ‘Paper Chase’ it was an american legal prog [circa 1970's+] it was very good – and I am often reminded of it – but now with greater knowledge.

            A ‘Paper Trail’ of course is what does for so many crooks be they small time or political … when a Paper Trail fizzles out into bizzare, strange odd etc – then one has to think about why that is and who is / are being protected?

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  54. 130
    Barry Obama says:

    Good Afternoon. I told you Mark Zuckerberg and Larry Page are liars. Their companies have been very helpful in helping me read all your emails, check out your naughty browsing habits (It is fun to how electricity demand surges after you all guys flush your tissues away) and see who you are checking out on Facebook. Great guys.

    Now, be good people. Don’t ask too much. Pay your taxes. Don’t make me have to let anyone else know what you get up to.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2337863/PRISM-Google-Facebook-DID-allow-NSA-access-data-talks-set-spying-rooms-despite-denials-Zuckerberg-Page-controversial-project.html

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    • 138
      Conspiracy Watch says:

      If you haven’t done so already, short Facebook.

      Zuckermong could be put out of business by this.

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      • 143
        Sensible Investor says:

        Never touch firms where there is nothing to pick and put in a truck if they go belly up.

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        • 212
          Nutter Alert says:

          But there is.

          Several pantechnicons worth of personal data from the vast number of idiot Facebook users.

          That can be mined for all sorts of goodies.

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          • Conspiracy Watch says:

            As someone who respects other peoples privacy, that data should be securely wiped, and the hard disks and associated media put to better use.

            The number of man hours people have wasted on that platform is incredible.

            No wonder the global economy is doing so bad.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            What happened to all the hard drives that NI admitted were in india … oh that was convenient wasn’t it?

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            My comments (2) are awaiting moderation. Nuke the inns of Court at the Temple.

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  55. 145
    Anonymous says:

    So Alex Jones is different to your average Ukip nut how exactly?

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    • 153
      Watch, Listen, Learn says:

      He isn’t too bothered by the UK being in the EU. Maybe because he has other things on his mind.

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  56. 147
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

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      Balls 'fesses up to misquoting himself says:

      C’mon Stephen be fair…..Three Hours is a long time for a Labour Policy these days

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    • 329
      Ed Milliwatt says:

      We don’t need policies, we’ll just keep stirring up class war against those millionaire out-of-touch Tory Toffs and their banker friends.

      That’ll give us all the votes we need.

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  57. 152
    Mary Shitehouse says:

    I didn’t watch the programme and I haven’t seen the video, but whatever was said by anybody was absolutely disgraceful and they should all be bannned from TV forever.

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  58. 155
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

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  59. 158
    Raving Loon says:

    Alex Jones’ problem is that he raises legitimate issues, but expresses them as someone who has just done 10 lines and is about to explode.

    If he could calm down and explain one idea at a time then he would sound more reasonable.

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      True Blue says:

      If he did that he would lose his Ukip following.

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      US Watch says:

      Agreed: But you are missing the point that he is a shock jock and this is his shtick.

      It doesn’t really work too well in the UK, Howard Stern is a better presentation.

      One thing to look for in his shows is that he never really provides definitive proof. It is a bit like Blair with a WMD argument: Yes it’s there, it’s there, but I can’t show you, but it’s there.

      A lot of his research is interesting, legitimate, worth reading and illuminating.

      The takeaway from the Neil presentation above is this:

      That is just television. That is entertainment. What you see there is just acting. What you see on TV is not real.

      If anyone allows their opinion to be swayed without doing any further research then they really are proving Alex’s not so subtle point that the viewer is in fact being manipulated.

      It should be up to the observer to make their own critical evaluation. Check your reaction against social convention, what your friends say, how you feel about Neil (especially if you have not actually ever met him), and then judge.

      Not to your taste or interesting: Cool.

      Curious: Better. Do some reading.

      Alex’s funding he does not like to speak about. That is worth reading up on.

      Neil is correct: What you saw on TV from Jones was just an act. But the information he was trying to get across, that is mostly fact.

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      Nutter Alert says:

      He can’t. Jones doesn’t have the intellectual machinery.

      All he can do is shout over everyone else.

      Whatever valid points he may have (and that’s a big MAY have) are lost in the tempest of shouting and generally behaving like a retard.

      Way to go Alex.

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    • 241
      Right Full Rudder says:

      I direct you to Thursday’s DP interview with Tony Gosling who tried to do that and was just mocked by Neill and hardly allowed to get a point across. The same would have happened here. It’s clear the prick Aaranovich was just brought in to make fun of him. Should be obvious to anyone why it wouldn’t be wise to kill a widely known opponent.

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      • 387
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Aaron boy is the j*ew representative of the masonic / illuminist conspiracy innit?

        btw Jonesy – I think when you shout and scream ‘nazi’s’ that you just might have it a bit wrongish there.

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    • 285
      Inspector Clueless says:

      That’s because on many occasions he has done the lines (allegedly).

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    ed says:

    That’s not meltdown but a routine Alex Jones performance.

    If you invite Ken Dodd onto your show you get a few jokes. If you invite Paul Daniels you get a few tricks. If you invite Alex Jones you get a rant.

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  61. 181
    Herman van Rumpboy says:

    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO !!!

    https://twitter.com/GlassSeagull/status/343714580071059456

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    • 187
      Merkel's gonna get her butt kicked, Nein Nein, Jah ! says:

      Just how is Merkel polling ?

      AfD have a very strong case and have shifted German middle ground somewhat against the Euro, and quite rightly so.

      The European project was fine pre Euro, ditching the monetary union should not be a major problem from that perspective.

      It is a necessary step, as is rolling back all the treaties to at least Maastricht, in order to get the European Federal Project back on track, this time perhaps trying it with Demos and the people of Europe on side.

      That is if the people of Europe want Federal Union.

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      • 197
        The One The Only TaT, Gambling Demon Extraordinaire says:

        She is fucked, good job I put a bundle on her losing this a year ago.

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    • 191
      Britannia's trident says:

      Excellent news, then we can escape too on their coat tails.

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      • 206
        Nutter Alert says:

        Errr… we’re not in the Euro zone so I don’t think we have to escape it.

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        • 263
          The negotiating position says:

          2 x Drones, with 2 x Hellfire: Strasbourg / Brussels, on a day when they’re in.

          What EU ?

          Job Done.

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          • Nutter Alert says:

            Well done on starting WWIII

            FFS

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          • The negotiating position says:

            I do not think Ch!na / Russia or the US would mind too much.

            Europe itself is too skint to go to war, as G’ermany is beginning to realize.

            So, no WWIII.

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          • Speachless says:

            And this is how you think the world works?

            It’s no wonder that we the sheep are ruled by the elite.

            If people like you had power the world would be a cinder by next Wednesday.

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          • The negotiating position says:

            Well, it is a extreme solution.

            The Hellfire is good for taking out a building. It would probably not destroy the whole building, but if targeted correctly could easily take out the main debating chambers and anyone within.

            These are conventional weapons, so clean with no fallout etc.

            Collateral damage would be minimal: Other than some broken windows within a few blocks, shouldn’t be any problem.

            The main targets are largely un-elected, so there should be no public outcry there.

            Destroying the symbol and the core of the system, decapitation in this case, would leave most of the civil functions working, so the impact on most people would be minimal.

            There could be two reactions to such an event:

            i) People decide the EU was a bad idea, good riddance, move on.

            ii) People reflect and realize that they have lost an important institution, and work together under the banner that this will never happen again, and forge political + fiscal union and build a Federal Europe based on that common collective will.

            If there was such an outcry and feeling of unity stimulated, then perhaps the horrors of austerity would be forgiven. The context for broader debt forgiveness would certainly be set.

            This is roughly what was done in !raq / Afghan!stan and has been done elsewhere throughout history many times.

            Technology has improved, and when you understand that it is the outcome which is important, then the means of getting there becomes understandable and ‘justified’.

            To your point, this is one of the main ways in which the world works, and how history is formed.

            There would be no broader conflict, as Europe itself cannot afford it, and no one else would really care too much about it.

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          • My reply says:

            Your idea is foolish and evil.

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  62. 183
    Theresa May says:

    Who gave him a visa to come over here and rant on our television?

    British rants for British ranters.

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  63. 193
    Ben Fellows: Reporting from Bildeberg Fringe says:

    Ben Fellow’s seems to have surfaced, briefly.

    Interesting video of Jones addressing people at the B’Berg fringe event:

    http://beforeitsnews.com/scandals/2013/06/ben-fellows-at-bilderberg-2013-rally-2431504.html

    He has a good audience there, and perhaps gives a better insight into why the BBC are keen to discredit him.

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  64. 195
    Jimmy Saville's Ghost says:

    He is controlled opposition.

    Bit like how OWS got infiltrated early on and suddenly became directionless.

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  65. 200
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

    Flapping around like some old haddock on a fishmonger’s marble slab

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    • 221
      Camoron's Omnishambles Govt. says:

      “Not sure which is more shambolic:”

      Labour running up £800bn of debt, or the Tories doubling it to around £1.6tn. Labour letting half a million immigrants into the UK every year, or the Tories saying they’ll reduce immigration to the “tens of thousands” (but then letting half a million immigrants into the UK last year).

      Or maybe the Tories condemning Labour for letting a million East Europeans into the UK, but then opening the door to 29 million Romanians. That’s pretty shambolic. Or maybe the Tories opposing the Snoopers’ Charter (when they were in opposition), but then doing everything they can to introduce the Snoopers’ Charter when they’re in power. Shambles.

      It’s also pretty shambolic for Cameron to try to renegotiate our relationship with the EU, whilst at the same time saying there are no circumstances under which he’d pull Britain out. As negotiations go, that’s a shambles.

      Giving hundreds of millions of pounds in aid to countries with space programmes and nuclear arsenals is pretty shambolic, too. And then, when Cameron sees the widespread public disgust, he declares it makes us all proud. That’s a shambles.

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    Anonymous says:

    My first impression of this ?
    Fluoridation has indeed no side effects.

    On a somewhat more serious point. Some American’s I have met seem to talk so quickly that their spoken words mesh into a near incomprehensible continuous noise, others speak slowly and in my opinion more clearly.

    Having to await for Aaronovitch, whom was speaking slowly and in an around about way to frame his points and questions, it must have seemed an eternity for the poor chap to wait before he could say something what he thought was relevant and on subject.

    My advice when you’re trying to hold a high speed conversation , talk quicker and make your points or put your questions more succinctly.

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    • 217
      Think Hard says:

      People who talk slow normally think slow, FACT.

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    • 260
      The BBC causes serious mental illness says:

      Well – he was trying, but was continuously interrupted and ridiculed by Neil.

      Those who watch the BBC have had their brains trained to function at a lower rate, being only able to process information at the speed the BBC is willing to spoon feed it. Fact.

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  67. 214
    Think Hard says:

    Take the pee but if you research a great deal of these things he is correct, they did say that the Bilderburgers did not exist but alas they do. Ken Clarke, if you remember is the one who went soft on criminals amongst other things as did the rest of Europe. We are being ruled by the top 1% and you had better believe it, why secret meetings ? why secret Court trials without legal representation ? why the terrorist arrest law which allows a heckler at a political event (Labour) arrested under the terrorist act ! an eighty year old supporter at that !! the list is endless and the people of Europe are waking up to it which is why they have decided to admit that the Bilderbugers exist. It is time that the people of this Country woke up to, they are being brain washed by the useless Newspapers and silly soaps on TV. Time to wake up Britain before it is too late.

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  68. 230
    Dave_Von_Cameroon says:

    I am in the process of making my own tin-foil hat as we speak….

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    • 234
      TheCleggster says:

      And the answer is in the afirmative master…
      BacoFoil Shares are Worth Buying.

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  69. 231
    john the straight guy with a deep manly voice says:

    Alex Jones comes across not just as a raving loony, but a raving loony who is onto the lies and secret agendas of our “democratic” masters.

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  70. 237
    Mark says:

    It astonishes me how many people take insult for refutation. They think that if they call someone a name – idiot, for example, or dupe – they have successfully disposed of his arguments.

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  71. 244
    John says:

    Cuckoo! Cuckoo!

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  72. 247
    A conspiracy of uselessness says:

    An international conspiracy to absolutely nothing of use except lining the pockets of the rich.

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  73. 251
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Andrew Neil owns at least 30,000 shares in BskyB … but he doesn’t want everyone to know about it.

    Forked-tongue anyone?

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  74. 253

    Now imagine how the Turkish Police would handle this little crowd.

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  75. 254
    The islamic national curriculum says:

    Bbc news reporting on last night’s attack on a muslim boarding school said “it’s now resumed its normal routine”. So, back to classes about how J*ws are evil, all women are whores and non-muslims deserve to die.

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      Totally integrated within the community says:

      Was that a Nike kit the inmates were wearing n the football pitch?

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  76. 258
    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    She looked different from when she is on the One Show.

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  77. 262
    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    Labour – less than the vacuum of space.

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  78. 274
    grama says:

    Jumped up, condescending, know it all prick.
    Why does the BeeBC employ these arseholes. Esler, Wark, Paxman, Dimbleby, Maitlis, Neil etc
    Cannot think of one employee in the last 30 odd years that has any credibility and adds to any debate. Monkeys reading their scripts could do no worse.

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    • 282
      Nutter Alert says:

      Please don’t lump Andrew Neil with the rest of the Beeb cretins.

      He is (a bewigged) head and shoulders above all of those.

      I think he gave Alex Jones exactly the treatment he deserved.

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      • 293
        grama says:

        You obviously appreciate choreographed news programs, because this was a set up- a scam to promote the American idiot, as many others are pre arranged too.
        Agree about the hair but it is actually his own- see he was going for the dark brown rinse look today.
        Only a show with Esther Rancid and her false teeth as the presenter would have been worse.

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      • 392
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Does NA stand for Not Applicable?

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  79. 276
    graham smith says:

    Never talk to the BBC I know for a fact that some of their microphones are bugged

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  80. 280
    Anonymous says:

    Just a thought : if there IS a conspiracy would it not be a good move to put up a hostile ranting idiot like this one so everyone would say that there was NO conspiracy?
    False flag, double bent, whatever…

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    • 283
      The BBC causes serious mental illness says:

      The BBC did not deny or refute anything that Alex Jones said.

      They only insulted him.

      Think about that.

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      • 288
        Nutter Alert says:

        I’m no defender of the rancid BBC but perhaps if Jone’s was capable of reasoned debate then perhaps the discussion would have been more enlightening. But he’s not. Jones is just a shouty idiot who rational viewers would immediately dismiss.

        If I were part of the NWO then I would thank God every day for twats like Alex Jones because nobody is going to take his arguments seriously.

        I think there is an issue with entities like the Bilerberg Group, et al, but so long as Jones and his ilk are hooting and barking like chimps on heat then it will never get a proper airing.

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          The BBC causes serious mental illness says:

          He’s a shock jock.

          Tune in to Howard Stern if you want reasoned debate.

          eg:

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          • Nutter Alert says:

            Well if he’s just a ‘shock jock’ he deserves to be ridiculed and insulted then.

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          • The BBC causes serious mental illness says:

            Odd the Daily Politics is drifting into that domain.

            May help boost viewing figures.

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  81. 281
    Point of Information says:

    Alex Jones has a regular audience of about 3m / day, and is syndicated on abotu 70 odd stations across the US, however not on XFM (satellite)

    The retrospective audience who tune in through uTube have given his uTube channel 250m views.

    How many people tune in to Neil’s show ?

    And – could Neil be trying to use this to boost his viewing figures ?

    Just sayin’

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    • 284
      Nutter Alert says:

      The point you fail to appreciate is that Jones’s audience consist primarily of the educationally subnormal, the utterly credulous and drug addled new-age fools.

      A massive audience of 3m/day cretins in the US is not entirely surprising.

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      • 289
        Point of Information says:

        The UK spends less on education nationally than the state of Alabama does.

        The folk in Alabama are considered dumb in the US – in a nice way though.

        You may want to re-evaluate your position if you have gone through the UK education system.

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        • 291
          Nutter Alert says:

          Your lack of understanding of the British education system is entirely evident.

          The ‘spend’ on public education is in no way relevant to the world-beating private education system in the UK, of which I am a product.

          Why do you think the richest people on the planet send their children to the UK for their (private) education. Eton, Harrow perhaps, then Oxford (or at a push Cambridge)?

          American education is sub-par except at the finishing stages (Ivy League universities) and even then most of the brightest will have gone overseas to study at Oxford or Cambridge before doing post grads at MIT or Harvard.

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          • Point of Information says:

            Looking at your other remarks on here, it would appear that they missed the lesson in that when resorting to ad hominem attack / insult then any point you have been trying to argue is essentially lost.

            The UK education system does like to indoctrinate people into a certain style of thinking, and a certain belief about itself. It would not make sense for the state system or the government to be honest about its own gaps.

            Agree that once it was a good system, but even the top research Uni’s, excepting perhaps Cambridge / Imperial, are not exactly what they once were. Oxford has been falling down the important charts, and is not quite the place it used to be. Current and recent political leadership in the UK is blatant testimony to that.

            US education system is somewhat different, but baselessly describing it as sub par is somewhat self defeating. Some of the schools in the inner city areas, particularly in poor cities, are awful. But that is more a function of lack of teaching staff and funding and is not representative.

            The overwhelming majority is good enough to keep US innovation and industry ahead of all competition.

            My lack of understanding of the UK system is not altogether evident (a circumstantial ad hominem ?), and you may want to familiarize with the Jesuit vs. Roman styles to get down some of core differences before considering those due to differences in syllabus, availability of resources and quality of teaching staff are approached.

            It is certainly worth doing some checking up, and in particular examining how to construct argument and engage in discourse.

            That incidentally is something which is not encouraged in the UK state education system, but is in the US. It should be.

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          • Nutter Alert says:

            Oh dear, it seems I have made an “ad hominem attack”.

            Oh you poor soul. I’m so sorry.

            You sound like a sixth-form debater (no idea what the US equivalent term would be) but such a debater would be characterised by the use of latin phrases (to make him seem ‘clever’) and pretentious verbiage (which you exhibit in spades).

            “It is certainly worth doing some checking up, and in particular examining how to construct argument and engage in discourse. ”

            You are a pretentious little prick.

            (how’s that – is my technique improving?)

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          • Point of Information says:

            No, unless you technique is to weaken your position further and perhaps prove that your moniker is self referential.

            Have a great evening ;-)

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          • Irony Meter says:

            POI, I think you just made an ‘ad hominem’ (shudders).

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          • Point of Information says:

            I did say perhaps, but in any case reasoned debate was already finished by the look of it so there was nothing to lose.

            I was attacking the point as well, not the person, and replying to a question which was directly asked about the others technique. I think in context Ok.

            A passive aggressive ‘Indeed’ statement would perhaps have been more appropriate and effective, but I do not like that style.

            What is curious is all the worms coming out of the woodwork, not a reference to the above chap, who are going on about mental health problems.

            This all started when Guido started running the ‘loony left’ stuff a few weeks back, to be followed by shadow health minister going on about ‘demented’ people.

            From where I am sitting, the LIBLABCON lot appear to be in the early stages of a nervous breakdown. Curious to see where it leads next.

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        Blowing Whistles says:

        To NA – Did you know that if you bought one of them legal tomes on criminal law all about pleadings and evidence – there are chapters explaining the whole subject matter of ‘conspiracy’ – it is defined in law as being of two or more persons acting together (in concert) to commit a criminal act and conceal the truth of matters from the public and others?

        My mate Arch… bold tells me so; so there.

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        • 300
          Nutter Alert says:

          I am familiar with Archibald Cox but can’t for the life of me see the point you are attempting to make.

          Perhaps you could indulge me and explain.

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          • the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of jesus says:

            Excuse me for interjecting. I can’t recall who Alex Jones is and I don’t have a telly but I’m guessing that he says something about conspiracies by Capital to screw the Plebs ?

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          • Nutter Alert says:

            You would be correct in that assumption Mystic Mould.

            We all know the mega-rich are out to enslave us poor plebs but Alex Jones makes such a hash of getting the message across that nobody will ever listen.

            Anyway, we all knew it already.

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          • Shameless Plug says:

            @Mystic: Read all about it in your free web browser:

            http://www.infowars.com/

            Looks like Ed Balls got the treatment just before the interview above:

            And just after:

            h**p://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sd3XL3l6LIE

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Do excuse me then Nutter Alert – you paid up professional troll – but if you can’t “see the point” that is being made you are not for this blog; so fuck off and do one you paid up prick – I hope they deduct from your wages when you are found out as a pitiful troll and only have answers of attack the man and not the subject.

            Get off of this blog you prick – you’ll have to do about ten years of reading and learning before you can make it on here. 0/10 for effort.

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        • 308
          Tay King-dePisse says:

          Said it before, I’ll say it again:

          There’s an ongoing conspiracy to defraud the public, by 650 people claiming to represent the people’s interests, and doing SFA except to line their own pockets. The actual larceny, and the misprision of the crimes, i.e., the stealing and the covering-up, only comes to light when, as with Patrick Mercer or Tim Yeo, they get greedy and start free-lancing, and don’t cut their pals in on it, hence, they have no cover.

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          • Nutter Alert says:

            Yes we know!

            Thing is, what are we going to do about it?

            There’s no need for nutters like Alex Jones to be shouting all over place – we already know these fuckers are out to screw us.

            What can we do about it? That’s the question?

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          • Keep calm, vote UKIP says:

            Do what it says on the moniker.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Nice try NA to appear all day like your some straight kinda guy – do fuck off now to some childrens website where you are probably more likely to make an impact.

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  82. 287
    UKIP says:

    We love you Alex Jones. xxx

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  83. 295
    stargazer says:

    the ISS will be be more or less overhead at 22:42/45 traveling a bit south of a line from Bristol to London if anybody wants to wave to our American friends.

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  84. 298
    Frank says:

    Eventually me and a “friend” sort of drifted along into S&M, I can take about an hour on the Tower of Power as long as I gets a little Golden Shower.
    Oh God!, Oh God!, I’m so fantastic, thanks to Freddie I’m a sexual spastic and my name is Bobby Brown.
    Watch me now, I’m going down.

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  85. 302
    Tinfoil twats says:

    Alex Jones is a blowhard tosser.

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  86. 305
    nellnewman says:

    So I see bullyballs’ big ideas for the economy , if he ever gets into no 11 which I doubt, is to hit the pensioners by taking away winter fuel allowance and possibly bus passes and to cap pensions.

    And when he’s raised his £100million from this quarter he proposes to borrow £10billion a year to build social housing for more single mums on benefits and create more government non-jobs for social workers to support the single mums.

    Pity the majority of people who vote are pensioners who understand the economic rule ‘ you only spend what you earn’ and who’ve worked all their lives never relying on labour’s welfare state.

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    Anonymous says:

    Apparently when it happens, Michelin are stumping up the funds for Mandela’s send off.

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    • 319
      Vote Rigger says:

      Well it’s tradition, isn’t it.

      Don’t go messing with their ‘folk ways’ now.

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      • 336
        Burnin' Tyres says:

        Well it’s their rich multi-culti eferfnic richness, innit? You should be like celebratin’ it and like.

        Criticise it and you is like well ray cyst. You is like imposin’ your evil western imperial values on them and stuff.

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        • 351
          Western Imperial Tire Corporation says:

          Without the Western Imperial Tire Corporation where would their traditions be eh?

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  88. 318
    George Galloway says:

    I found Alex Jones very reasonable when he interviewed me……………..

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    • 333
      Propaganda Watch says:

      Alex will certainly get a lot more attention this way, negative at first, but that may change when people reflect.

      That is roughly what happened with Morgan.

      There is method to his apparent madness: Breaking through standard propaganda trance which many people still operate under is tricky. Anyone familiar with deprogramming ex-cult members will understand why he presented in this way.

      Interesting though:

      Queen and Alex Jones in same building within days of each other. Queen slaps down Humphrys, Alex Jones tell Andrew Neil to shut up. Both responding in kind to BBC faux pas.

      The odds on that happening would previously have been considered zero.

      Or is it a big conspiracy ?

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      • 337
        Reality says:

        I doubt anyone gives a rat’s flying fuck what the Her Maj the Queen or Alex Jones (er, who?) have to say about anything.

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      • 348
        nellnewman says:

        I doubt the majority take any note of the likes of jones or piers morgan or even know who they are. They live on the periphery of society and are generally of no consequence to most people.

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  89. 320
    Local Pub drinker says:

    Keep the local open

    Why can’t they meet down the local for their get together like everyone else. If the rent-a-whatever turns up the pub landlord will swift restore the peace. Failing that use locals with the local cop and bash them.

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    • 327
      THIS IS YOUR GOVERNMENT SPEAKING says:

      Look, we don’t want ‘pubs’ where ‘ordinary people’ of no consequence can meet every evening and moan and ferment resistance.

      Go home and enjoy your cheap supermarket booze and watch X-Factor or play your games consoles.

      You can even smoke if you like, for now.

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  90. 326
    Ed Balls says:

    Did I break ministerial code by not having a secretary present when attending Bilderberg ?

    Did George, Dave and Ken ?

    Owen Jones – why did they tell me Owen Jones was on next ???

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  91. 330
    Anonymous says:

    Ed Balls.

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  92. 332
    frank says:

    Oh God I am the american dream
    But now I smell like vaseline
    An Im a miserable sonofabitch
    Am I a boy or a lady…i don’t know which

    (I wonder wonder
    Wonder wonder)

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  93. 339
    frank says:

    Oh God I am the american dream
    I do not think Im too extreme
    An Im a handsome sonofabitch
    Im gonna get a good job n be real rich

    (get a good
    Get a good
    Get a good
    Get a good job)

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  94. 342
    I piss on muhammad says:

    Why should OUR police resources be wasted giving muslim schools round the clock protection? I bet the guardian support this move, in contrast to their disgusting stance not long ago over privately funded security for J*wish schools. These muzees brought it upon themselves, assuming both fires weren’t inside jobs. Funny how the fire at the boarding school happened in the middle of the night and yet not a single person was even slightly hurt.

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    • 345
      nellnewman says:

      Sorry but anyone who doesn’t think children should be protected is odd and not very nice.

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      • 356
        the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of jesus says:

        absolutely concur with the sentiment nell and those kids (whatever this is about) might well grow up to be successful and loyal brits.
        You can wonder though generally about social services being prepared to take away children from ukip voters but turning a blind eye to parents who practice fairy worship.

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    • 346
      Casual Observer says:

      There are always two sides to a police line.

      Good that they are keeping an eye on those who otherwise are chopping off heads, building bombs etc.

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      • 360
        nellnewman says:

        When these events involve children they are Never acceptable. And people who try to use children for such political statements are sick in their head!!!

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        • 464
          The Bored of Edjooquayshun says:

          Congratulations on your GCSE grade B+ in Statements of the Bleedin’ Obvious.

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  95. 350
    DAVE (fuckwit first class) says:

    Whistle blower Edward Snowdon an ex CIA employee has just been interviewed on Sky
    Just think If he hadn’t grassed Dave and his crew up , we might never have known

    I would imagine the extradition warrant is already being acted on , i wonder if he can claim political asylum ?

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    • 354
      Casual Observer says:

      He may be able to bunk up with Assange if he has friends in Ecuador.

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      • 398
        DAVE (fuckwit first class) says:

        Sky saying that apart from the Americans wanting to speak to him
        that the Chinese also want to accommodate him

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      • 407
        The Court of St Jim says:

        Aren’t the Ecuadorians sending out a new ambassador with some diplomatic cobblers who will be able to fix the ‘stone in their shoe’?

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  96. 352
    DAVE (fuckwit first class) says:

    Just a thought ! Are these single faith Muslim schools , Not for Prophet organisations ?

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    • 355
      nellnewman says:

      Your humour is misplaced. Someone tried to set a fire in boarding school that have could have killed children.

      That someone was very sick in their mind to say the least!

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      • 396
        DAVE (fuckwit first class) says:

        Been on the lash again grandma ?

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      • 427
        CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

        Nell, it is ALLEGED someone tried to set fire to the school. I notice it’s gone very quiet about that old garage building being used as a mosque/community centre that went up in flames. Do you think Plod may have discovered something that may discredit the story that the EDL did it? I understand there were a number of businesses that used that building as an address. It could be that the fire was started by an insider looking to profit in some way by its destruction. Look at the photos of the gutted building. It’s totally burnt out, showing that whoever did it must have broken in to do the deed. Now your normal EDL drone isn’t all that intelligent, but even they must know it’s risky to break into a building that may be occupied at the time, raising the risk of discovery, in order to torch it. Plod should make enquiries with the local council planning department and ask if the proprietors ever asked for new premises or planning permission to erect a bigger building on the site. Same with the school. That was definitely occupied. Do you think any sane person would break into an occupied building, take time pouring petrol all over the place and ignite it without being discovered?

        Nell, don’t ever take the word of a Muslim at face value. Remember their Koran instructed practice of Taqqiya.

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        • 428
          Dave should resign now says:

          Given the more interesting hobbies of some of these guys, the following should also be noted:

          i) Pre-cursor chemicals for manufacture of explosives are usually good accelerants. Think what you would put in to make thermate / thermite.

          ii) Chemicals used in the manufacture of certain drugs, notably meth amphetamine, are also good burners.

          To completely burn out a building does require a little more than just petrol through window / letterbox.

          In order to burn a building down properly like this something a bit better burning than petrol is required: Something more volatile and which will burn hotter. Petrol is pretty lousy.

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          • Evidence DisposaL says:

            Of course, having burned out the inside of the mosque/ cultural building, whoever did it has removed the forensic evidence of whatever may have been going on in there previously. We are told they were teaching children things. Sadly, if I were to ask for evidence of that, there would now be very little to show.

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  97. 357
    nellnewman says:

    I see nick of the beanpea party is making more ‘friends’ tonight’ as he attacks the ailing m a n d e l a .

    He says ‘judged on results not rhetoric’

    Well Man de la knows all about results he produced loads and nick thingie knows all about rhetoric and hot air – that’s all he’s ever produced!!

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    • 363
      Casual Observer says:

      His shameful attacks on the ill and infirm convince me more that he is a socialist.

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      • 369
        nellnewman says:

        Indeed and we all know what ugly outcomes national socialism produces!

        OMG!! They’re sure not about nurturing our children or looking after our elderly are they?

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        • 382
          Casual Observer says:

          Socialists : Nurturing children / looking after elderly ?

          No.

          Indoctrinating children, and removing non-productive state capital (ie. encouraging the elderly to shuffle off)

          The former is easily done by separating children from their biological parents and taking them into the custody of the state using closed family courts.

          The latter is simple through socialized health care system, using terms such as care pathways and palliative care.

          That is more what socialism is about.

          Keep an eye out for terms such as ‘protective state orders’ making a re-appearance. The US has this under NDAA which allows arbitrary indefinite detention without trial in military custody.

          The government could if wishes use ‘Sectioning’ powers under the mental health act here in the UK in a similar way, and does so already. But new legislation may be in the pipeline.

          Socialism does not regard people as individuals, but as property. The only legitimate holder of property is the state. And if some of the states property is faulty, don’t fix it, replace it.

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    • 452
      Joe Burg says:

      Nell, Mandela was a dangerous terrorist who went round killing folk and blowing things up. That’s why he spent 27 years on a small island off Cape Town. His ‘rehabilitation’ and current godlike status is the result of a successful propaganda programme by black left wing/socialist interests to hide what was really going on in RSA all those years ago.

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  98. 364
    Economist says:

    Not an impartial source but the analysis is fine:

    http://rt.com/op-edge/osborne-scheme-property-market-crash-434/

    Government intervention to prop up house prices in the UK is not a smart economic policy, and will perpetuate the problems that Labour created during the previous credit boom.

    Stimulating the building sector is one thing, but one suspects that the real rational behind this idea of the government is to kick the private pensions can a little bit further down the road. Following the consolidation of the life insurance industry in the early 2000s, those closed (zombie) funds are somewhat dependent on income generated from the housing sector.

    Osborne may have a private interest given that his family made money in the decorating business.

    This is banana republic policy.

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    • 386
      Calidius Eroticus says:

      I keep hearing how the British need to move away from home ownership and go down the European rental path. The thing is I struggle to see how that is possible when rental prices are so high that many people are struggling to get out of the family home at all. I was looking at a large house in Germany not that many years ago for 50,000 euros, you can’t get a flat for that here.

      What is worse, is that prices at the current level must be retarding demand in the first place but are also leaving home buyers with less money to spend on plasterers, plumbers and loft converters.

      If your business is failing because you are charging too much, do you cut prices to increase demand or work out ways to keep your prices high?

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    • 463
      ways to skina cat > 1 says:

      We don’t need to build more houses, we need to lose a shed load of immigrants.

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  99. 365
    Owen Jokes says:

    I wish someone would invite me to a BuilderBugger meeting.

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    • 389
      Association of Builders and Master Craftsmen says:

      The Association of Builders and Master Craftsmen cordially invites you to our annual Bugger a Builder day.

      Like

      • 402
        Owen Jokes says:

        I do luv a Builder’s Bum !!!

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      • 413
        Blowing Whistles says:

        I am going to re-read your 250th anniversary book (Masons) – which I just happened to lawfully obtain a copy of – so fuck you lot.

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  100. 366
    EU Watch says:

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  101. 367
    Homer Simpson says:

    Hmmmmmm Beer,
    But honestly ? can you imagine Harrry caged up with a homosexual in a tank discussing penetration techniques ? Pull the other one.

    Like

    • 443
      Kim Jong Il Wales says:

      I did. And I invented golf. And heterosexual sex:( there are pictures to prove that ). And I can perform brain surgery. Next year I will swim the arctic for charity

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  102. 370
    Anonymous says:

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    • 373
      nellnewman says:

      bullyballs and militwit strategy ‘ alienate the pensioners’!!

      Never mind that they are the one’s who vote most!!

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      • 393
        Association of Builders and Master Craftsmen says:

        I thought the state pension was about enough for some chips and a pie every week. Does this mean the pie has to go?

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  103. 375
    EU Watch says:

    This is new:

    Perhaps London Cabbies should take note ?

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  104. 377
    Russia Watch says:

    Interesting move:

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    • 378
      Calidius Eroticus says:

      Can’t see the Israelis being too pleased.

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      • 401
        Blowing Whistles says:

        are they a race or a religion?

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        • 411
          Russia Watch says:

          I think !sraeli would refer to the people of !srael.

          As they are a mixed diaspora so am not sure it is right to term them a race, but most of them originally came from Russia.

          May be safer to identify !sraeli with the race.

          !sraeli certainly does not refer to a religion.

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        • 414
          Linguist says:

          Nationality works better,

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  105. 383
    Ronald McDonald says:

    Just back from the meeting in Watford.

    To celebrate, we’re going to introduce our new Happy Meal, which will come with a with a Bob the Builder Burger and a green plastic lizard shaped model of Ed Balls.

    We’re lovin’ it.

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    • 397
      Blowing Whistles says:

      What the F was Marcus Agius doin at that fucking jolly in Watford – he’s a fucking disgraced bankster frontman puppet? And who’s Carol A….?

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  106. 388
    Owen Jones says:

    Treat a poof with the respect it deserves.

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  107. 400
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Published – Irish Independent page 21 – Saturday 9th April 2011. read it.

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  108. 404
    Blowing Whistles says:

    btw I read the C Booker piece in the Sun Tel today – the Archive piece on the opposite page about Profumo was rather interesting also?

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  109. 408
    John Prescott says:

    I love to Build a Burger. I start with a bun. I then take 4 quarter pound beef patties, add 2 slices of bacon, 2 slices of cheese, lettuce, pickles, onion and special sauce.

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    Latest Nigel Video says:

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  113. 420
    Serf in the Immigration Department says:

    La la la,,,,La la la….I’m just getting practise in for work tomorrow, we know those forecasts of 500 thousand Romanians freely entering the country next year are woefully inadequate, expect the best part of a million.

    Everybody and I mean everybody in the Department is deliberately ignoring the problem now, as I said before the Heads of Department are so thankful for each and every news story that takes the spotlight off immigration. We all know the country is sinking under the weight of immigration and nobody is doing anything to stop it. Think band playing on the deck of the Titanic.

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    • 425
      Feltham Tesco's Car Park says:

      Apart from three or four sane but alcoholic people in Angel Square, I never met anyone in the Home Office working on immigration matters who gave a shit about doing their jobs properly. Nothing but mediocre desk jockeys without an ounce of gumption, all playing status games and filling in time. But, of course, since at least the days of Jack Straw, the Home office has deliberately recruited such do-nothings and made sure they stayed indolent.

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    • 435
      albacore says:

      Don’t kid yourselves about heads in the sand
      Still believe that immigration ain’t planned?
      The ostriches here are the British folks
      Taken for decades as impotent jokes
      Who can never vote on immigration
      Or quit the E U abomination
      Keep your eyes closed. It’ll all go away
      Trust in Parliament, ‘cos that’s what they say

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  114. 422
    Radio Common Man says:

    Tonight on Radio Common Man we ask our listeners
    ‘ Is Tim Yeo a right proper Hunt ?’

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  115. 423
    Dr Stantz says:

    How the hell was that rancid twerp allowed into the country! Hate Jones more than any dirtbag politician of any stripe.

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  116. 424
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  117. 430
    comic chops says:

    just read a headline in the DT. a quick glance thought it said a vaccine to end curse of the daily mail …………..

    “Vaccine to end curse of Delhi belly”

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  118. 432
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of jesus says:

    Clearly there is approaching some sort of a global confrontation as the easily available resources disappear ( Pfffft) where did all that go and what have we to show for it ? one space station and a couple of landers. Lordy thank you america. meanwhile we have to walk the streets on the planet earth. Can somebody tell me what these Muslim people have been told that makes them so heated ? Can we just make it a crime to be an arsehole and say stupid things ? I’m sure that would be a much better way to proceed.

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    • 434
      Anonymous says:

      Can somebody tell me what these Muslim people have been told that makes them so heated ?

      Read the Kοran, and you will understand at once. It makes the Book of Revelation look like Noddy in Toytown.

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    Two big problem areas across the water:

    501(c)(4)
    501(c)(6)

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    • 441
      Tachybaptus says:

      Aren’t these the kind of things that practically every business and rich man here has adopted as a means of tax avoidance? Or am I missing something deliciously sinister?

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      • 446

        It is what is going to sink Obama as he has targeted sections of the US unsympathetic to his cause using IRS and other instruments of the state. If he was in trouble before the NSA surveillance scandal broke, then he is in the furnace now.

        It will be just a matter of time before we find the same sort of thing has been happening in the UK.

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  121. 442
    Johnny Logic says:

    So, Hague says programme needs to be secret to succeed.

    Well, it is no longer secret, so, according to him, it will not work any more.

    So he will now shut it down? I thought not.

    Which leaves the question – why did it really need it to be kept secret? What does he fear? What has he been up to that he wants to keep hidden?

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  122. 444
    Lummy says:

    Good morning Taffy. I see that Guido removed nearly all your comments and you tube clips yesterday.

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  123. 445
    Lummy says:

    He’s a stereotype, served up for our entertainment. It’s like watching one of the characters from the World Wrestling Federation.

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  124. 448
    Lummy says:

    Sorry mate, I can’t see that. There are so many comments on this thread that your youtube clip is being blocked.

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  125. 453
    Chris Fat Pang says:

    Given the vast resources at the disposal of the BBC, can anyone explain why we were not aware of this story about the NSA’s activities?

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  126. 455
    the Traitor finder general says:

    I see Clarke was there.
    That sack of shit with a bit of string tied round the middle.

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  127. 456
    Get it off your chest says:

    Less shouting. More listening. Please.

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  128. 457
    You have nothing to fear says:

    With D-avid Camera-on having personal ratings in free fall, who voted for his act on Britain’s Got Talent????!!!! THAT’S A CONSPIRACY!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  129. 461
    Oh come on says:

    You don’t need a conspiracy theory to explain what is happening in Britian today. The Labour Party has been dying on its feet since 1980. It has been desperate to win votes from the ethnic minorities and the LGBT community ever since and will say and do literally anything to keep these two apparently opposing groups happy. Immigration has been used by Labour to bolster its declining white vote to the extent that 50% of its voters are now ethnic minority. It uses its supporters at the state broadcaster to suppress dissent in the hope that noone will notice what they are up to.

    Meanwhile the Tories have a desparate need to try and win some of the LGBT vote and ethnic minority vote over to their side. They also need to try and cover up for EU Directives by claiming that gay marriage and HS2 was really all their idea because if Joe Public realised that these things were being dumped on them by the unaccountable EU they would go ballistic.

    The screwed up economy is due to mass immigration causing growth in the numbers of people unmatched by growth in income because most of the immigrants only work in Starbucks for £6 per hour or car valeting for almost nothing and therefore don’t cover their costs to the state of them being here, together with the last PMs desperate need to buy votes to keep Tony Blair in power until he could get a chance of his day in the history books.

    So they you have it – mass immigration, Muslims terrorism, screwed up economy, HS2 and gay marriage are all down to the EU, the Labour Party and a weak Tory party that is too scared to reverse the damage done by Labour and the EU. Exactly where is the space for a conspiracy????

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    • 462
      Toxoplasma gondii says:

      There is space in your head. Brain parasites. 50% of the population converted or as the BBC prefer (cf. Dr WHO / World Health Organization, UN)…UPGRADED.

      Delete! Delete!

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