July 2nd, 2013

WATCH: Labour MP Simon Danczuk Duffs Up Owen Jones

Labour wars on today’s Daily Politics as rising star Simon Danczuk went for Owen Jones. He doesn’t like it up him:

Fight…

H/T @liarpoliticians

96 Comments

  1. 1
    Rip Van Winkle says:

    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    • 16

      Keep repeating the lies Keep repeating the lies Keep repeating the lies Keep repeating the lies Keep repeating the lies Keep repeating the lies Keep repeating the lies Keep repeating the lies Keep repeating the lies Keep repeating the lies Keep shouting the lies Keep shouting the lies Keep shouting the lies Keep shouting the lies Keep shouting the lies Keep shouting the lies Keep shouting the lies Keep shouting the lies Keep shouting the lies Keep shouting the lies SHOUT SHOUT SHOUT SHOUT SHOUT SHOUT SHOUT SHOUT SHOUT SHOUT SHOUT SHOUT SHOUT SHOUT SHOUT SHOUT SHOUT SHOUT

      There you go, it must be the truth

    • 47
      Geoffrey Brooking says:

      Owen Jones is just a spoilt little champagne socialist creep who needs to get a proper day job.

      He is so far up Tom and Ed’s backsides he is lamost having a threesome :)

    • 94
      Expat Geordie says:

      Is it just me or is JoCo looking incredibly shaggable?

  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    owen is a tool simple has that

  3. 3
    Fees Office Clerk says:

    Fuck me…when has a teacher ever lost their job and had to apply for benefits?

    • 56
      JH234902349023 says:

      Yeah… whenever I walked past the bennies office on my way to work none of the oxygen thieves waiting outside resembled nurses etc, or whatever Owen seems to think the noble unemployed look like.

      • 75
        Anonymous says:

        So the only way to prove that some of the unemployed were Nurses is if they keep their uniform after they get made redundant?!? What a ridiculous statement to make. You do not know what benefit claimants job was before they had to sign on simply by having a glance at a dole cue “Face-Palm”

        • 83
          2112 says:

          If they’re covered in tattoos and facial piercings then they’re probably not nurses.

      • 76
        Mb says:

        @56, Your saying that you can tell what the unemployed are like by observing what they wear outside a dole cue?!? Hahahahaha. You wouldn’t have a clue weather one of those people outside the dole cue was a nurse, they don’t exactly keep their uniform after they get made redundant. Theres only one oxygen theive here mate, stop wasting your breath with idiotic comments such as these

  4. 4
    WONGA Press Office says:

    Thanks for the free advert Ed.

    • 28
      Wonga says:

      And thanks for allowing us to start our business in 2007. The politicians only started to complain in 2011.

      BTW, Ed, if you ever get to be Chancellor, you know where to find us.

  5. 5
    Owin Jones says:

    My salary at the Indy is £20k, with occasional one off payments from my book.

    • 14
      Simon Danczuk says:

      And would that salary be £20k a week or a month,you obnoxious little twerp,Owen ?

  6. 7
    Stolen innocence 2012 of United Wheeldom says:

    Reblogged this on stoleninnocence2012's Blog and commented:
    Ooooh get the red handbags at the ready, they’ll be flying tonight in the battle of the lefties! Lol

    • 44
      Lord Stansted says:

      Why don’t you just re-blog things without telling us?

      • 50
        M102 says:

        Just to save you wasting your time, I checked this blog and it is worse than Keb@bt!me.

      • 53
        Johann Hari says:

        I used to reuse things, but without acknowledgment.
        Didn’t work out so good for me, in the long run.
        But you’re right by implying he IS obviously trying to steer traffic his way.

  7. 8
    Newsfox says:

    Not much of a duffing there lads. MP forced to rely on inaccurate personal attacks.

  8. 9
    Peter Martin says:

    WATCH: Ex-Labour Minister Blunkett mentions vast redundancy payments to wealthy execs; BBC interviewer doesn’t miss a beat ‘moving on’ quickly

    I will probably require more popcorn.

    • 62
      Willy Wonga says:

      Owen is certainly privileged. He’s paid to come on national TV every 10 minutes to spout his hogwash without being challenged by the dull interviewer.

  9. 10
    Newsfox says:

    ‘one of the poshest parts of Stockport’. Hmm, anyone else wondering whether he means ‘a street’.

    • 26
      Ee, it's fookin' grim oop Narth says:

      … where some of the families have both parents still married to each other?

  10. 11
    Carry Hole is a porcine homunculus says:

    where {..} spittle-flecked personal rant was even an attempt to talk about substance.

    The insanity section of the left do like to project don’t they?

  11. 12
    Every body all together says:

    stockport? – one of the cheshire set then

    • 64
      Bored with Hillsborough says:

      No. Technically not Cheshire since 1974. Culturally never!

  12. 13
    Owen Jones says:

    OMG, now Sy Danczuk is on that “young Hugh Laurie” kick, with that remark about 1980′s comedians– Ben Elton (yeah, right!) indeed, we ALL know what Sy was saying– and how long before Young-Hugh becomes a meme that I will never be able completely to shake?

    I didn’t ask to look like this, you know.

  13. 15
    A Man From Slough says:

    Oh my. What will Owen be like when he grows up?

  14. 17
    Yawl says:

    That’s rich coming from Owen.

    His “anti-cuts” platform has ran out of legs and now he’s ranting liberally like a snared squirrel. I wonder if he’s ever seen a balance sheet?

    ….and I used to like him…

  15. 18
    Tony Benn says:

    What’s Owen Jones doing on the Antiques Road Show? His ideas date back to the 1920s.

    He’s a clueless, bloody idiot.

  16. 19
    Anonymous says:

    I’m confused, has the video been changed since you put up the headline?? Duff up?

  17. 20
    Owen Jokes says:

    When will Owen Jones get a real job ??

  18. 21

    Owen has to say “the reality is this” (or similar “is this” format) constantly. Why? Because it’s bollocks. If what you say is credible no such qualifier need be attached.

  19. 23
    Habla English says:

    Why do so many Labour MPs have foreign surnames?

  20. 25
    Pipsqueak says:

    Jones loves dishing it out but – like all fuckwits – doesn’t like any in return. He has no problem interrupting, speaking over others and making ad hominem remarks, but when he gets a taste of his own medicine, he starts whining.

  21. 32
    Socialism Ate My Future says:

    He’s a non entity a typical spoilt child that wouldn’t stand a chance in his beloved socialist utopia.

    Why the BBC love him so much is beyond me, I guess its the fluoride in the water.

    • 48
      Lord Stansted says:

      The BBC love him because his descriptions of utopia brings tears to their eyes, as they clutch tight their pay-offs and free-passes to Gladsonbury.

    • 57
      Sarge says:

      Fills up the gap between executive severance payment calculations.

  22. 33
    JimmyGiro says:

    Will this effect those who are offered temporary work? For example, the Royal Mail gives jobs to the unemployed during Christmas sorting; it generally last 2 to 3 weeks. Since the wage is unskilled and minimum, such fixed short term jobs become un-gainful.

    Is the aim to save at the expense of opportunity, or just to spite those who are generally not being offered jobs, because they are already unemployed?

    And if New Labour are the party for work, why was Harriet Harman’s bill of 2010, which was prejudiced against employing white men, allowed to enter the statute books?

  23. 34
    jules says:

    Spot on Owen…well done.

  24. 35
    Owin Jones says:

    POOF !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • 37
      Alan Duncan, Nigel Evans, Crispin Blunt, Enoch Powell, Michael Portillo, Peter Lilley, Derek Laud says:

      Too right, duckie!

  25. 36
    Ruskies says:

    UK newspaper owner Alexander Lebedev found guilty over TV brawl in Russia and given 150-hour community service


    • 51
      Uncle Joe says:

      I’m very surprised they do “community service” in Russia. Not in my day of course.

      • 93
        Romany Blythe's saggy left tit says:

        They’ve always done community service. It’s called a gulag.

  26. 39
    The Peoples Assembly says:

    We all saw Owen Jones french kissing a man near to a gay bar yesterday.

    What a horrible faggot he really is !

  27. 40

    Where does he get his shirts?
    Eggshell cotton twill. I remember Ralph Lauren sport did that colour in around 1999.
    He must have a special shop near him that only stocks clothes from the past.

    • 70
      As my dearly beloved gran says:

      Yup, found on every High Street and goes by the name of….. Oxfam

  28. 45
    Ms Wanda Legover says:

    Owen Jones reminds me of that kid at school who spent his days organising demos against South African apples in the kitchens and writing petitions against the school uniform…always laughed at, always ignored and forever plotting his revenge.

  29. 49
    Mark T says:

    “The majority of people in poverty are in work”. This is not poverty as in not being able to feed your children, this is poverty being defined as a % of the average income. As Maggie famously put it about the equally awful Simon Highes, he doesn’t want to make poor people richer, he simply wants to make rich people poorer to ‘reduce poverty’. Meanwhile, the fact that you have to be a higher rate tax payer to receive net income greater than the benefits cap is a disgrace. Oh and one way to significantly reduce the cost of living for poor people is to scrap the climate change bill and all the green taxes that, at best, will lead the UK to lower global temperatures by 9 thousands of one degree over 20 years (that’s the greenies own number, sceptics say 1 thousandth of one degree). Stupid, sanctimonious and cruel policies from stupid sanctimonious and cruel people.

    • 61
      BBC Red Bottom says:

      we disagree.
      climate change is the biggest threat facing the country..

      after Michael Gove

    • 71
      As my dearly beloved gran says:

      Plus, if the gumment is daft enough to provide free food banks – of bloody course people will use them – and keep their dosh for beer, fags, porn mags etc

  30. 52
    Pipsqueak says:

    I don’t like Labour MPs but respect to Simon Danczuk for giving gobshite Jones a run for his money. Isn’t it funny how Jones likes to make things personal – “you’re in the top 5%” – but when the spotlight’s turned on his background, he complains. What an utter c-unt.

    • 58
      Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

      That’s right – weren’t both his parents public sector workers (surprise, surprise) on mega-salaries – i.e. totally middle class – he went to Oxford, and subsequently hasn’t done a day’s work in his life (unless you call writing political diatribes about people he hates and going to political meetings to slag off the people he hates a day’s work.)

      • 60
        Fishy says:

        Grandaddy was a communist. One or both of them were Trotskyists. What a surprise.

    • 63
      Sometimes says:

      ‘Spittle flecked rant.’

      Owen hasn’t lost his gift for hyperbolic exaggeration.

  31. 55
    Willy Wonga says:

    “Half a million people are dependent on foodbanks in the seventh-richest country on earth” “A million families depend on legal loan sharks”

    Tractor-stats and sound bytes. Using owen’s logic India should have fewer people in poverty than the UK.

    • 59
      Willy Wonga says:

      “The more people were aware of the reality of social security, the less likely they were to be support government attacks”

      So those claiming benefits are more likely to be in favour of generous benefits? Blimey!

      The “who’s the most working class” argument was fun.

    • 66
      Incredible says:

      Why are they dependent on foodbanks? Are they physically incapable of growing potatoes?

  32. 65
    Scottish Chav says:

    owen jones … proof positive that muppets creator Jim Henson experimented with ironic satirical socialist standup

  33. 67
    Family guy says:

    I think Owen Jones did okay.
    Milibean’s parliamentary Labour party seem to want us to vote for them for no other reason than the promise they’ll cut benefits in exactly the same way as the Tories, but they’ll do it with a sadder face.

  34. 72
    Polly 'batshit crazy' Toynbee says:

    Owen Jones gets the pumping he deserves..

  35. 73
    Anonymous says:

    The wonks are taking over Labour party or is wanks

  36. 77
    Anonymous says:

    He’s from one of the poshest parts of Stockport, get him lads!

    What a muppet Danczuk is.

  37. 79
    Lee raistrick says:

    Owen Jones is a prick.

    Labour created in work poverty through tax credits.

  38. 80
    Norman Tebbit says:

    I can’t believe that little twat wrote a book and went to a decent university. He keeps talking about the state being there to support people and people in poverty and everyone who finds themselves on benefits does so through no fault of their own. I found myself paying £40,000 in tax last year through no fault of my own and have never and will never see any benefit to me. What I do see is those on benefits through lifestyle choices (ala Mick Philpott) filling their trollies at Asda with booze, pizzas and dogfood. If you want to encourage the right behaviours in society you have to put pressure on the idle element to make it difficult for them to demonstrate the wrong behaviours. Ultimately they themselves are the biggest beneficiaries. Labour just wants to keep a ready made electorate of dependents, its like slavery.

  39. 81

    One day this skinny self-important little geez might well grow up into the real world.
    Perhaps he’ll make it as CEO of The Global Food Bank.

  40. 82
    Loosehead says:

    “Kindly tone it down, I’m getting covered in spittle.”

    Wonder how that would play on TV.

  41. 84
    Aparat says:

    Can I suggest you all watch “Nigel Farages Best Bits”, which appears as one of the options, once the above video has finished. It’s always enjoyable to have another view, especially if there are one or two speeches you may have missed.

  42. 86
    Baron Hpgwash says:

    For a change, a labour MP I like but only a little.
    Owen Jones – who the fuck is he and who gives a shit – Independent my flucking foot! The newspaper that is a joke like Owen – grow up and live a little Jones.

  43. 88
    HenryV says:

    Is Owen Jones cultivating a Northern accent? I try not to hear the twat speak and avoided him for 6 month 22 days up till now.

    Why in his opening pre-amble does he only list public sector jobs? When was the last time a dustman or nurse made redundant?

  44. 89
    Ben Elton from Perth, Western Australia says:

    Calm down, Shouty Jones. It’s all about polling. Labour ask punters what they think about the evil Tories £26,000 benefit cap. Many punters reply ‘fuck me! £26,000? I work 40 hours a week for less than that!’ Bunging benefits around is a loser now, Shouty. Just like you.

    Thank you and goodnight.

  45. 92
  46. 95
    Anonymous says:

    Simon Danczuk sounds like a drunk bloke down t’pub in the Dale parroting rubbish he has read in the Daily Mail

  47. 96
    broderick crawford says:

    ia owen jones the nephew of alex jones??

    possibility — but somehow i don t think he could be in any way related to tom jones ….that would be beggaring belief

    ( yes i know i could have spelt ” beggaring” differently but it may have incurred moddy ‘s wrath )


Seen Elsewhere

Guido’s Column | Sun
NUT’s Loony Defence of Status Quo | Jago Pearson
A Dozen Reasons to Be Cheerful | John McTernan
Political Bloggers Are Equal Opportunities Attackers | ConHome
Michael Gove Should Resign | Conservative Women
Sarah Wollaston’s Naming and Shaming of Bloggers | LibDemVoice
Fraser Nelson: Put Your Money on Ed Miliband to Win | Guardian
Guido Fawkes is Too Aggressive | The Times
Ditch Tobacco Plain Packaging | Grassroots Conservatives
What Farage, Boris and Rob Ford Have in Common | William Walter
Labour Spell New Adviser’s Name Wrong | ITV


new-advert
Guido-hot-button (1) Guido-hot-button (1)


Kevin Maguire on the less than electrifying Ed Miliband…

“I bet if you went into a pub tonight and started a conversation about ­politics you’d hear strong opinions. David Cameron would be out of touch and Nick Clegg despised while Nigel Farage would divide people sharply. Miliband? In a lot of boozers he’d be the fourth most interesting man in British politics.”



Alexrod says:

It’s money innit.


Tip off Guido
Web Guido's Archives

Subscribe me to:






RSS




AddThis Feed Button
Archive


Labels
Guido Reads