July 1st, 2013

WATCH: Keith Vaz Gangnam Style

Via Leicester Mercury

189 Comments

  1. 1
    Kebab Time says:

    Gangnam is so last year! ;)

  2. 2

    Now that is oleaginous.

    • 15
      Tay King-dePisse says:

      Keith Vaz showing great deference to the tastes of young people, in terms of the choice of rocking it out gangnam style

      Just remember that anything connected with “Vaz deference” is probably bollocks.

    • 40
      Old Blind Pugh says:

      Who earth gives a monkey’s what gets up to

  3. 3
    Dean Shahrokh says:

    The Jacob Zuma of Leicester in a 10 lakh suit.

  4. 4
    Anonymous says:

    what a Hunt

  5. 6
    S-E Loon says:

    Well done dears! Dog sandwiches all round.

  6. 7
    Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

    It’s not unknown for men of a certain age dancing Gangnam style to suffer heart attacks and die.

    Vaz should be encouraged to do this type of dance more often.

  7. 7

    BBC radio 6 been playing Glastonbury all day. Probably sitting inside their one man tents in the studio and drinking warm cider.

    Its over children. Sorry, I know it was super exciting, but its over. Put all the toys away now. Until next time.

    • 44
      Old Blind Pugh says:

      I have not seen it on the Beeb, never been to one those Glastonbury bashes, the cost at £200 puts off any sane person, no accounting for tastes. It probably takes the first Geedo back to days when he was helping to run one those raves, I have never been to one of those either.

    • 70
      THE TABLES TURN says:

      chq please.
      toptip: always leave a tip.
      especially when the food was bith disgusting and to cry for.

  8. 9
    Anonymous says:

    Keith Vaz + Dancing = KEITH SPAZ

  9. 10
    Sit Petra says:

    Somebody badly pretending to be a horse is just what I look for in current and prospective Labour candidates.

    • 27
      Ed Moribund says:

      Do you mean someone who wants very badly to pretend to be a horse, or someone who is performing an impression of a horse very badly?

      It makes no difference but I find if I can create these sort of splitting hairs questions I can avoid having any policies or ideas at all.

      • 38
        Sit Petra says:

        A horse sitting on a fence is a sight to behold.

        • 88
          A Degenerate Punter At The Betting Shops says:

          And I’ve seen quite a few at Becher’s over the years, and bet on too many of them, if the truth be told.

          • Mr Nobody says:

            This is a horse destined for the glue factory. His party will follow unless it wises up pretty quickly and finds another ride.

  10. 11
    Keith V says:

    I should like to make it glutinously clear that I have no desire to turn our country into another South Korea. Prosperity, democracy and a commitment to peace in the face of provocation are not my party’s style.

    North Korea, now, that woud be oooooozingly different.

  11. 12
    Bert the Cert says:

    He’s good at though.

  12. 14
    wotson says:

    so no ethnics , i mean whiteys. hoo am de masters der

  13. 21
    Ed Miliband says:

    Perhaps that should be our campaign song for the next election. I’ll have to go away and think about it for a year or two.

    Meanwhile, good news on the Labour manifesto deliberations! I anticipate that it will be ready in another 3 years or so. Probably.

    • 26
      Ed Moribund says:

      Balls, look, I’ve just seen our poling on our whole spend our way out of debt strategy. And its dire. People think its a joke. Its not working at all..

      I’m going to do some work on the policy. Maybe take out ‘borrow’ and replace with ‘find’?
      Take out ‘kamikaze spending spree’ and replace with ‘ increasing investment in line with core commitments’? And maybe ..oh ..I dunno…maybe take the bit that says ‘Shadow Chancellor, ED BALLS’ and replace with ‘ALISTAIR DARLING?’

      What do you think?

      • 154
        Ed Balls says:

        No no no, we’re twelvety points ahead in the polls and we’ll have a majority of eleventeen after the next election.

        Just keep on borrowing, our sons and daughters will pick up the bill.

  14. 22
    Owen Jones says:

    MUM! Where’s my sheepskin coat?
    And my beret? I’ve got a big meeting to go to later on and I need to look revolutionary.

    POWER TO THE PEOPLE! FREEDOM FOR TOOTING!

    • 84
      Owen Jones says:

      Mum! I need something to get crusty stains off my Che Guevara poster.

  15. 23
    K.VAZELINE says:

    Pass the port.

  16. 31
    BBC red bottom says:

    We have been investing just like Gordon Brown.
    All of our investments have really paid dividends.
    Dividends that mostly went to people on huge salaries that we fired.

    And please stop talking about massive cost overruns and excessive public sector levels of waste. If the government would just raise the licence fee by £10 then none of this monstrous ‘investment’ need be a problem.

    • 60
      Big Momma says:

      Today on radio 4 PM programme in an interview with Steve Hewlet discussing the £25million pay off to incompetent Beeboid senior management, Eddie Mair stated the BBC had sold Lonely Planet at a loss, but did not state the amount.
      It is becoming more and more likely that the BBC can waste money better than the last government, which would make them world class wasters.

  17. 32
    Socialism Ate My Future says:

    Keith Vaz, putting the gang in gangnam.

  18. 37

    Sadly this doesn’t really give him the human touch. Some old geez hopping around, so what. Bet he put it on his expense sheets.

  19. 39
    The whole of the BBC on crimewatch. says:

    WATCH: Keith Vaz
    Gangnam Style? No thanks! Yuck!

    • 73
      THE TABLES TURN says:

      as the world watches the bbc. who watches its shadow?
      .
      .
      toptip: prismatic shadows have something about the basmatic rice about it.

      • 160
        Ma Cunter says:

        Yes, you are not the only one who has noticed the recent Indianification of the Beeb – and all those others with really odd sounding “British” names.

  20. 45
    MajoFrustration says:

    Hes more the greasy pole type with possibly a touch of pompus bunga bunga – OKOKOK hes a creep

  21. 46
    Socialism Ate My Future says:

    Meanwhile, best thing I overheard today;
    “You never hear the leftists yip about ‘separation of church and state’ when it comes to arab countries. Only in white countries”

    What was more shocking that is was spoken in English on the Hammersmith and City line.

  22. 47
    Bazinga! says:

    A bit rich of 500K a year Nikki Campbell to have a go at MPs for wanting more money.

    • 53
      1237 BBC "Employees" waking up from their Glastonbury hangover says:

      He’s on five hundred grand? Does he have to stay in his little studio for that?

      • 61
        *Waves @ BBC spies* says:

        The inane bullshit between the clippage of talented musicians was a real turn-off. It happens every time The BBC hones in on Glasto.
        I wish they’d just show us the footage and leave the dolls at home in Manchester, is it?

  23. 49
    Anonymous says:

    Ethnic morris dancing.

  24. 50
    The Trouble With This Blog Is says:

    It’s too small for me.

  25. 52
    Col Nut says:

    Vaz was on Sky this morning, saying the police need to show honesty, integrity, and transparency. And a fine example he is. Gangsta’ style would be a more appropriate way for him to dance. It’s amazing how Parliament’s oiliest conman gets such support.

    • 56
      HoC All Patries Members says:

      Honesty, integrity and transparency from Vaz??? Is this a joke?

    • 57
      Guido Fawkes says:

      I had a lie-in this morning; Miss Stai*ns’ first period/wisdom tooth event etc. Did I miss anything important?

      • 81
        Mrs. P. Stain says:

        Did YOU put the sheets on 90 degree cycle, fatso?

        • 83
          The Lads @ telegraph.co.uk says:

          We’re giggling. Nothing much to report in “news land”, as usual. Keep them coming.

  26. 62
    M.Wouters says:

    Hello,
    Have a very happy economic depression its going to continue for an EXTREAMLY LONG PERIOD OF TIME ,i can wait nearly 40 Years ? canyall ???

  27. 63
    Riggsy Brown says:

    Oleaginous cnut!

  28. 65
    nellnewman says:

    Mr oily vaz looks silly. These kids are far more entertaining with their Haka!!

  29. 77
    LG says:

    I am sick of the centre left middle class circle jerk spunking tax payers money up the wall

    we need to find out who authorised the BBC inflated severance pay and jail them

  30. 82
    Bollocks Broadcasting Corporation says:

    We must do our best to muddy the waters concerning the prospective MPs pay rise. Stress that they are poorly paid compared to “other jobs of a similar stature”. Do not mention that they have absurdly generous perks and pensions and holidays or that many of them have several other jobs. Do not mention that the job requires no qualifications or experience or that you do not even have to bother to turn up if you can’t be arsed. And remember that BBC employees also spend their lives fleecing the taxpayer.

  31. 85
    Cuthbert says:

    Vaz dances awfully well.

  32. 86
    The Lads @ telegraph.co.uk says:

    The main problem with the BBC website is that you can’t say anything.

    • 91
      Steve Silman says:

      This site is the worst for censorship. The mooderator’s bumhole seems to be stuck up with chewing gum and other psychological problems.
      Google Ewa nme Botha, if u dare. See? I daren’t even speak her name in one, unbroken, bout of typing.
      A legend that cannot be allowed to speak it’s moniker.

      • 97
        Ewānme Botha says:

        Hiya , Steve *swoons*

        U can return my 400W Sodium Gro-Lamp an 150 litre hydroponic tank any time soon , darlin ; )

        I bin away from my buds tooooo long , I thinks .

        When I lends u that gear in 1998 , accidentals , I woz jus gettin into cross-pollinations , an that , honey .

        It were gettin quite fruity an my landlord agree that the smells woz makin the rent drop , sweetheart .

        Plz Face me or write letter . Ta .

        P.S. Where u gettin ur seeds these daYS ??

        E x x

        • 113
          Thingy's thingy says:

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          Will you have my children?

          ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥

          No other fucker will.

          ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥

          TT x x .

      • 99
        E w a n m e says:

        Hello Steve, gone in the ether. My posts are sometimes
        suddenly disappeared too. They have compromised sensibilities,
        these moderators – thin skins.

        Ewa x

        • 102
          Uri Cant says:

          More readable than you’ll ever be : )

          • Double-Dipper PM says:

            I agree.

          • on the wings of lurve says:

            Ha ha, sunshine. Lots of love @ E’s true story circa 2050 1/7/13, mate.
            The gal’s a legend with massive, sun-dried, labia. She also knows her NPK and throws a mean dart.

            Must dash, geezer – Time is tight and I fancy lying under the Corsair’s leaking gearbox for five minutes, or so.

            Dave x

          • Pual Stians SUCKS PENIS says:

            If anyone has a less grainy version of this, email me @ slugwardourst.org.uk

            Thanks.

          • Tinker, 12½ says:

            I needs to download this shit urgently and illegally. Is BitComet still going and what is the password?

        • 115
          Thingy's thingy says:

          I wanna put it in you soooo much it hurts……….

  33. 87
    Jimmy says:

    Gove’s School holiday chaos, sponsored by Thomas Cook, last minute.com & jet2.com. They must be rubbing their hands together, school holiday prices all year round

    • 89
      Tachybaptus says:

      You have to ask what on earth is the point of this nonsensical policy? Schools setting different times and dates, siblings in different schools? Nightmare scenario all because this halfwit wants to be seen to be ‘doing something’. Remind me, how long a break do the private schools get? How long for MPs?

    • 95
      Schrödinger's rat says:

      Not to mention the fact that we all have to put up with summertime saving ‘cos jock farmers are fucking blind, probably from too much sheep shagging taffy style.

  34. 90
    Owen Jones says:

    Think you’re too young to join UKIP? Think again! Young Independence is a youth wing of UKIP that has been set up for the under-75s, like myself.

  35. 93
    Budleigh Salterton says:

    Very interesting piece on Le Pen jnr in the Telegaph today. Apparently her party have just won 46% of the vote in a bi-election in a Socialist safe seat. She is quoted as saying

    “The euro ceases to exist the moment that France leaves, and that is our incredible strength. What are they going to do, send in tanks?… Europe is just a great bluff. One side there is the immense power of sovereign peoples, and on the other side are a few technocrats,”

    And this is France

    • 106
      cotedebeaune says:

      I have posted several links to her on here also today as well. She’s good.
      She has to be careful though because the EU has waivered her immunity to be prosecuted (for hate crime).

      • 109
        Man from the street says:

        If the EU did try anything like that she would be elected with a landslide.

  36. 94
    The British public says:

    As proud EU citizens we welcome the people of Croatia.

    • 96
      Patty O'Furniture says:

      Europe was working fine until it adopted the neoliberal consensus. Croatia has every reason to worry and so do most people the world over if these lunatics continue to dictate governments policies.

    • 107
      Memory says:

      I stand with Serbia every time.

  37. 100
    Ministry of Magick says:

    Smart Korea move

  38. 101
    Uri Cant says:

    *waves*

  39. 104
    Chuka Ummuna says:

    I know Keith is is my, I mean, our party, but between you and me he really is trash.

  40. 108
    Urdu r Us says:

    English, the world language, except in the UK where schools now contain 30% of children and rising very very fast speaking English only as a second language. Doomed British heritage courtesy of your principled foreign aid loving political leaders. Philip Davies MP says we are the”Mugs of the world”.

  41. 111

    A short note on Croatia upon its day of accession to the EU

    Over the past 33 years, I have grown to love Croatia for its beautiful coastline, its wonderful weather, its historical links to Venice and the Habsburgs, in addition to its own proud history and its friendly and surprisingly well educated people. One frequently finds that Lidl checkout staff speak four or five different languages to an enviable level of proficiency. What a pity that is the best employment they can find.

    The non-aligned communist approach, from my early experiences, could be very tiresome and counter-productive and was often later replaced by corruption in a transition which has still barely begun in some senses.

    In the last seven years, I have spent much time here although it is not my main residence. I have friends in every age group. I have taken the opportunity to ask them, in the long approach to accession, what their views are. The younger they are, the more they are in favour. Although a generalisation, it holds good for upwards of 90% of my contacts. That approval gets watered down somewhat in the 45-65 age group but still represents a clear majority.

    The elderly people are the ones who are mostly against it. Many of these would swap the present time for the communism of Josip Broz Tito. They are often farm workers with basic education. They are not adaptive, why should they be? They are untravelled and gradually losing motor facility as might be expected from their lifetimes’ work. But they are still good, honest, decent people. They are all on tiny fixed pensions.

    Tito provided them with free healthcare and provision of basic facilities at affordable cost. Now they are caught up in the dishonest, massaged-figures low-inflation which masks hugely escalating price increases for food, winter heating, power, water and basic clothing.

    Whilst not wishing for what they do, it is very easy to see why they want it. One can also see the reason behind the hopes of the younger ones whilst realising that events will, in all probability, not turn out as they are hoping.

    Last night there were parties with wine and sardines (I kid you not!) in abundance. At midnight there were fireworks. In the morning all the church bells rang out. The Catholic Church was in favour of entry as they saw the EU border becoming defined in these parts as where the Church of Rome gives way to the Orthodox church and Islam, both safely beyond the border in Bosnia.

    Mamma Mia!

  42. 114
    Guido Fawkes says:

    Let’s face it: E. Botha, basically, runs this site. Everything else is just filler.
    *Holds hands in the air*

  43. 126
    Dave the Eaten Faggot says:

    Hi Campers! Another day nearly done and I’m still here!

    P.S. Who’s Sam been communing with while I was impressing the squaddies in Afghanistan in my black photogenic outfit?

    LOL. Poodle tit.

  44. 129
    Owen Jones says:

    Labour today is a synonym for “feckless dole claiming scum”. A shameful departure from their founding principles.

  45. 130
    Gal d'une Showeur says:

    Gonna move on.

    *Waves* ♥♥

  46. 135
    Bazinga! says:

    Fuck me Gordon Brown has turned up on Newsnight.

  47. 137
  48. 138
    Bazinga! says:

    Fucking Purnell on Newsnight, more Labour scum feasting off the tax payer.

  49. 140
    cotedebeaune says:

    No regulation = anarchy (no rules)

    These are the libertarian times we live in.

    The freedom of people to do what they like, when they like, how they like, without consideration for others. The antithesis of socialism.

    Socialism = regulation

    Free market anarchy = deregulation

  50. 142
    tabblenabble02 says:

    Islamism = socialism = catholicism = regulation = pro family = anti usury

    Free market = non regregulation = anarchy = libertarianism = anti family = pro usury

    • 151
      tabblenabble02 says:

      I left one piece out…

      Libertarianism = right wing = Trotskyism = international socialism = fourth international v cosmopolitan

      True Socialism = left wing = Stalinism = national socialism = non international = non cosmopolitan

  51. 143
    Croatia says:

    What have we done!

    • 145
      Glasgow says:

      Don’t worry. It’s a great club for wee nations like us.
      We can blag loads of cash off of the EU. They stick a big hand into a big nations pocket and shove any cash they find into a small nations.

      You guys are about to make out like Sally Bercow in a nightclub toilets.

    • 146
      tabblenabble02 says:

      Given up your sovereignty!

    • 152
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

      Ruined your tourist trade.

  52. 148
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

    In 8 years as president, Bush met the heads of the IRS once.

    Obama has met them 180 times and yet he claims to know nothing of their snooping on his opponents tax records.

    This and the Benghazi fiasco should see him impeached.

    No president is above the law!

  53. 153
    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:
  54. 155
    The Egyptian army says:

    All change! End of the line for democracy. All change. Platform 1 for military dictatorship and religious terror!

    All change!

  55. 156
    Romany Blythe's saggy left tit says:

    Keith is remarkably fleet footed for a c,unt.

  56. 158
    David Cameron Is A Cunt says:

    In fairness Vaz does have the moves. But also in fairness it would be Sooooo much better to see him doing the Perp Walk than poncing about in Gangnam Style.

    • 167
      albacore says:

      The LibLabCon gang all dancing on ropes
      Now there’s an image to inspire your hopes
      Perchance with the Stones backing the action
      Out of Time following Satisfaction?

  57. 159
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    I can imagine they might be worried that they have been seen for what they are but isn’t the real state a bit more hidden ?
    It is pleasant to moan about injustice and point a funny finger at the obvious failures but I image the real state is exceptionally robust and if you look like rocking the boat you will have a suicide or a car accident.

  58. 164
    Whistling Past The Graveyard says:

    Do you ever give any thought to the possibility that eventually, you will become such a pain to the authorities that they will employ MI5′s Unfortunate Accidents Office to silence you?

    Are you going to be the next Michael Hastings, being investigated by the FBI, whose car blows up whilst he’s actually operating it? (Google the name if you are unfamiliar with him.)

    Do you know enough and have enough on the authorities, as apparently he did, that they would risk bumping you off and all the suspicion that might engender, rather than take the chance you could expose them bang to rights, no pun?

    If you think you can never be done in, under some rather peculiar circumstances, will you tell us why not?

    • 165
      the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

      I think I have been checked out and been tagged “mostly harmless”. I should have questioned the guy who followed me for 150 miles but I know I am a patriot and I hope they know that too.

      • 166
        Tachybaptus says:

        If they actually are watching you. They are probably only managing to monitor a tiny fraction of the traffic, almost certainly the wrong fraction. Anyway, this reminds me of the saying:

        When you are 20 you constantly worry about what people think of you.
        When you are 40 you no longer care what people think of you.
        When you are 60 you realise they they were never thinking of you at all.

        • 169

          It is the ones one get wrong in life which are most intriguing. Take your statements 1 and 3 and work with them:

          I have thought that people were thinking about me when they weren’t for sure!
          But I also found I have thought that some people weren’t thinking about me when they were!

          File them under missed opportunities…

          Statement 2 is the safest.

        • 183
          i do n't nee d no doctor says:

          Irrespective of age, what you think about yourself others will think the opposite.

  59. 170
  60. 171

    You are really Eric Joyce and I claim my five groats etc..

  61. 172
    Hucklebury Hound says:

    The democratic wishes of a country the size of Egypt are this morning being threatened at the but of a helicopter gunship.

    What is that brave crusader Guido Fawkes doing?

    Talking about a dubious Socialist politician doing a silly dance.

    • 173
      Loopy Lou says:

      Perhaps we can send the Egyptians Keith Vaz.

      He could lead the dancing.

      • 174
        Long John Silver's parrot says:

        If we do send the Egyptians Keith Vaz will it be an example of William Hague’s “non lethal aid”?

  62. 175
    The blue Skoda in the carpark says:

    Mr Cameron better hurry up and do something.

    There must be a real chance we will lose all those trade contracts he negotiated when he flew to Cairo.

  63. 176
    • 178
      Owen Jones says:

      Morning brother. Of course, we have the luxury of speaking from a nation with an unelected govt making unmandated social reforms.

  64. 177
    One Term Dave says:

    I consider the greatest achievements of my premiership so far to be :

    1 Getting gay marriage on the statute books

    2 Covering the country with wind turbines

    3 Maintaining the status quo at the BBC

    Vote for me in 2015

    • 182
      Ex Tory now UKIP Activist says:

      No. Never again.

      The 2010 Conservative manifesto said the bulk of the Deficit would be eliminated by 2015. It did not mention Gay Marriage.

      You are a weak lying failure who betrayed long term Tory supporters.

  65. 179
    Owen Jones says:

    Maggie Thatcher

  66. 180
    Hang The Bostards says:

    Well thats £67k’s worth of wanker for you

  67. 181
    Can The Vaz says:

    Come on Guido. Get out of your pit, switch on your pute and get this Vaz shite off the internet.

  68. 184
    Ranter says:

    I’d like to see the sleek oily fat sleazy cnut doing the Tyburn jig – no Pierrepoint drop – Id want Vaz to enjoy every spluttery, gargling moment.

  69. 185
    Rhythm Ace says:

    That there Vaz ain’t got no rhythm.

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