August 3rd, 2013

Saturday Seven-Up


  1. 1
    C.O.Jones says:

    So, how many MEP’s will Unite get into the European Parliament next year?

    • 3
      bbc gayers dept says:

      At least 50% have got to be gayers to represent and reflect the population of Britayne

      • 5
        Lad says:

        Number 3 on the BBC website Top Ten stories is:
        PM’s on line porn plan is ridiculous.
        What has he been up to now?

        • 10
          Parliamentary Committee says:

          Number 4 is ” Former PC took pictures up skirts”. How come the BBC has more interesting stories than any of your 7 Up? Unfortunately, it’s almost impossible to Comment at the BBC site without being censored or told to fuck off.

          • End State Sponsored Party-Political Propaganda says:

            Don’t bother wilth the BBC. It is a lost cause. They don’t even pretend any more. Time to shut it down.

          • V1le Labour trashed my Country says:

            Yes the BBC must be privatised now.

          • A clarion call to, oh, I dunno, whoever says:

            Ho yush, hindeed hit musht! How kood hanyone dishagree, hey? Ve BBShee hates evryfing we luvv! By Chrisht, hit’s wungderful when all of ush shane angd healfy non-bigotsh hagree! Huzzah!

          • Two Dogs of Empiricism says:

            Well played Guido!

          • Two Dogs of Empiricism says:

            You really like trying to be me, don’t you? Don’t you?

          • Hat Tip says:

            My only previous comment on here was to note that I had not realised that Cat, Two Dogs and the Fifty Seventh Earl were one in the same, but actually it now seems so obvious. Does SC have other monikers? The Earl is used to comment anybody who is critical of SC. Two Dogs is used when there is too much heat on SC. He must have others. SC seems to have been forced off by a “sockpuppet” _ an expression that is used as if it is an insult.
            Chuka would be proud of SC’s ability to big himself up whilst pretending to be somebody else!
            It seems that this blog attracts regular commentators – wtf – some of them are here all the time – do they not have proper lives.
            See you in another few months!

          • The Fifty Seventh Earl of Perineum says:

            Hat Tip hasn’t got any style. Otherwise he would have noted that I have posted here since at least 2010.


          • Maqboul says:

            See you in a few months “Hat Tip” …the bloke who is on here 24/7 in a legion of sockpuppet guises.

            How’s the blog progressing tat ?


          • Hat Tip, that bastion of this blog since 1840, the same year as Sir Rowland Hill introduced the Penny Post, must be living in a parallel universe.

      • 12
        Lad says:

        Number 7 at the BBC top Ten, and going up guys and gals, is – “Lads mags modesty deal agreed.” Yeah, right, Not with me it aint.

        • 21
          Censor says:

          Rose Magazine is to be covered up. This is to stop lads like you feeling a prick.

          • Lad says:

            I can make do with the ads for T Shirts. I am reading all about them while sitting on the lav with my 10″ Samhung.

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          Unintended consequence says:

          Lads mags currently promise more than they deliver. Covering them up will possibly mean they will be more raunchy in future.

      • 15
        Anonymous says:

        an the other 50% fucking muzzies

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          Simon B says:

          It’s good to see that terms widely used in the 1930s are coming back into fashion. Thank the LORD the Tories have Crosby working for them. Now we will soon be free of left-wing PC commie rubbish and will be able to treat people with different colour skin like they deserve to be treated. We have Patriotic Vans going around scaring s c u m, we have Our Brave Police checking people for their papers and soon the government will be bringing in residental work camps for the disabled:

          Thank GOD the Tories are in power. Britain is becoming a true home for white patriots once again!!!

          • Anonymous says:

            You know it’s people just precisely like you that cause the problems and the most worrying thing is you cannot see it nor do you have a brain to understand why

      • 22
        London says:

        Look at the surnames. There are very few British names on that list.

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          Number 1 World City says:

          65% of Londoners were born somewhere else. The beeb reported this morning, on Radio 4, most of the luxury homes in London were bought by Muslims. They didn’t actually use that word, but from the countries they listed I think they probably were.

          • C.O.Jones says:

            That looks to me like the displacement of an indigenous population.

          • FT reports says:

            Foreigners buy nearly 75% of new homes in inner London.
            Most new homes in central London are being sold at overseas events before being advertised to UK buyers, helping to fuel a boom that threatens to freeze out domestic purchasers….

          • Lord Howler says:

            So glad I live in the desolate North- Eas er. West.

          • Living in 97.223% white Merseyside says:

            So Kensington and Chelsea are now as enriched as Tower Hamlets?

            Our Kensington is a bit enriched too. There are rumoured to be 12 Chinese to a room in some properties.

          • Sacre Bleu says:

            “More French people live in London than in Bordeaux, Nantes or Strasbourg and some now regard it as France’s sixth biggest city in terms of population.”- BBC

          • Simon B says:

            Yeah, London is turning into New York: a “melting pot” cesspit (I know who I’d like to melt in a pot LOL!”) where people from all over the world come to displace the indigenous best people in the world. Unlike New York, which has welcomed immigrants leading to its eternal downfall, we Brits are sick of it. We’re normally nice people (unless it comes to commies!), but we as a nation are going to have to get hard and shut down our compassion for some time until we rid ourselves of this evil menace. It’s about time we learned from Great German and Italian men of the 1930s!!!!!!!!

          • Eloc Yrrah says:

            It’s time London reverted back to the swamp it once was

          • Former Foetus says:

            “65% of Londoners were born somewhere else.” Well of course they were. Most of us couldn’t afford to be born in London.

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          White Australia says:

          There are 300,000 Australians working, visiting or studying in London. Most of them are in Manchester today watching the cricket. The vast majority are White Christians and speak a sort of English.

        • 134
          Simon B says:

          We Brits went around displacing indigenous peoples all across the world, but it’s not on at all when other people do it to us. We had a GOD-given right to colonise other nations and commit genocide (like we did against the Native American Indians). But it’s just not cricket now. They don’t have GOD, the Empire and Kings/Queens on their side like we did.

          • rick says:

            ‘We Brits’ brought 1st world industry and civilization to 3rd world shit-holes that had only known tribal warfare, starvation and (yes) slavery. The population of Africa, alone, soared under white rule. Many millions of black people are now alive and owe their very existence to the ancestors of the first white settlers.
            About time they gave us an enormous collective vote of thanks – but I will not be holding my breath.

          • Simon B says:

            Yeah, Rick. Like when we went to America and killed millions of the savages. They should have thanked us for it, the s c u m! We should do it again with some other 3rd word hellhole. It was well British when we put people who didn’t like our civilising ways into concentration camps. Fortunately, our government is planning on putting disabled people in camps. We Brits should be proud of inventing concentration camps!

          • Maqboul says:

            It was only the fucking Boers the British put into concentration camps in a futile effort to stop them creating an apartheid state. Well it held them off for a while.

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        Tories are easily bought says:

        The BBC website resembles the Daily Mail in its choice of stories to give publicity to and its reliability is suspect.

    • 8
      Calidius Eroticus says:

      Unless they have infiltrated UKIP, I’d say a figure hovering around about, none.

    • 105
      . says:
      • 132
        Maqboul says:

        No, it’s just that most people on the streets of London are black or brown.

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          Anonymous says:

          didnt the offender rates show a while ago that these are the ones most likely to offend in inner cities. Of course the findings were also rubbished by the normal people.

          • Plodding along says:

            I travelled the world, but I don’t think I ever encountered a hippo with a pea sized brain.

      • 136
        rick says:

        Just a coincidence that so many of the perps are black or brown?

      • 172
        Tay King-dePisse says:

        Drat those victims– giving descriptions of the offenders that includes race!

        I mean, the coppers should be able to go strictly by “The perpetrator was approximately 6 ft, 13 st,” right?

        Skin tone should not have to enter into it. Nor should texture of hair (if any), nor distinctive facial hair, nor any sort of dress common in particular communities.

        We should not want to catch suspected criminals if to do so would upset that wonderful racial harmony that is the modern UK. The fact that many victims may be of the same race, hence not motivated by racial animus in making accusations, is too trivial a consideration for these purposes.

        • 391
          Anonymous says:

          Hence the trend to all look alike. This is the way in many police states. The uniform of the people makes sure that it is impossible to target one.

          Most people think it is to identify with the leaders.

          UK used to be known as the country were the fashion sense was the most bizarre. That was because we were generally more free than others. As you can see from walking our streets now, we have lost the individualism due to fear. The fear of attack by groups, or the fear of being easily identified by the Police.

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        Mornington Crescent says:

        As any fule kno’, you go fishing where there are fish, Diane.

      • 271
        The cat in the hat says:

        Unlike you in your photo who appears to be white?

        • 272
          The cat in the hat says:

          PS I don’t give a fig what colour you are, but it looks as if you do.

  2. 2
    Two Dogs of Empiricism 2 says:

    But who is it meant to be?

    Oops! Sorry! Wong day…

    (Afternoon, BTW!)

  3. 4
    Calidius Eroticus says:

    If there was a fire alarm at Brewers Green and all of the fuckers went outside. The resultant crowd, when viewed from space would look like a giant penis.

  4. 6
    Hans, auf der anderen seite des teiches says:

    The whole country has taken leave …


    … of its senses.

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      Typical British Citizen says:

      I’m sure I don’t know what you mean by that, gibber gibber wibble (attaches anemometer to head)

    • 402
      PCbbc says:

      New Doctor Who arrives in blue box. She’s old, fat, black and gay.

  5. 9
    Eid Miliband says:

    There is no Ed but Ed.

  6. 11
    Ian Bunghole Smut says:

    I think that I am in heaven. I can hear the sound of one Ed banging.

    vote ukip

  7. 14
    The Loony Left says:

    This could wipe out half of our Postal Voters !

    • 18
      Hans, auf der anderen seite des teiches says:

      Why would anyone think that illegal immigrants would be able to read English ?

      • 19
        London says:

        They all found their way here, didn’t they?

      • 23
        The Abbott Profile says:

        Because they can read Diane Abbott’s tweets and election hand outs?

      • 26
        Phileas Fogg says:

        Funnily enough just about most third world people can get by with a smattering of English. They all have cell phones with menus in English and their Telly shows endless repeats of Top Gear.

      • 32
        Joss Taskin says:

        Can’t we find a few hundred diversity outreach co-ordinators to translate the message into hundreds of different languages at a cost of just £ 80 per hour each ?

        • 36
          Unintended consequence says:

          The days of interpreters earning those sorts of rates are long gone. Most are sraping by on or about minimum wage. Many qualified interpreters have given up the profession altogether, which is regularly causing expensive shambles and delays to occur in the courts.

      • 38
        Lynton Crosby says:

        It’s aimed at the voters, not the immigrants.

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          Wellesley Road says:

          Most immigration control has been ‘psychological’ for a very long time. The physical checks and administrative controls have been inadequate since at least the time of Jack Straw.

          • My Hero says:

            I hope you’re not suggesting “the time of Jack Straw” is over?

            I won’t have you speaking so disrespectfully of our beloved President-in-waiting!

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          Hans, auf der anderen seite des teiches says:

          More of Cameron’s bloody window-dressing – I do believe you’re right.

      • 274
        The cat in the hat says:

        It is quite widely spoken so I’m told, and they’re illegal immigrants, not thickos, and generally capable of learning it whilst here.

    • 60
      Illegal immigrant says:

      I already am home…

      • 181
        Lt-Col Basil "Handy-Hock" Butterscotch-Smythe, MC says:

        No you’re not, this is my private pornographic cinema. Get out!

    • 63
      P l e b says:

      Why do the UKBA assume:

      1. Illegals can read English
      2. They have mobile phones

      • 91
        Cell phones the most abundant machines in Africa without the aid of any NGO says:

        You’ve obviously never been to a third world country recently.

      • 137
        Jimmy says:

        It’s not aimed at them. It’s aimed at you.

    • 75
      Ah! Mon1ka says:

      Bounty Hunters. Now there’s an idea to bring in votes.

      • 179
        Duane Chapman says:

        I’m here to offer my assistance in training anyone looking to go into that field. It’s been lucrative for me.

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      Anyone wo agrees with Abbott is by definition on the wrong side of the argument says:
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        Sir William Waid says:

        When Lady Waad and I return to the UK together, we are never harrassed at immigration, but on the odd occasions when she has travelled alone she has usually been stopped. Once they understand that she is Lady Chifundo Waad of Waad Towers there is no problem, of course.

      • 138
        Rt. Hon Teresa Mayrunforleader MP says:

        Suspects are not targetted solely on the basis of skin colour, but rather according to a complex formula which includes lip size and hair texture.


      • 165
        Eloc Yrrah says:

        What about Kosovans, Rumanians and Poles, what colour are they?

      • 403
        Huggy Bear says:

        You are the Pits.

  8. 16
    Anonymous says:

    High Court Rules “Bedroom Tax” is Not a Tax

    Can someone tell the B B C

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      And the BBC are STILL putting THEIR OWN political bias on this story. says:

      As recently as 30th July

      Ten families had brought a judicial review arguing that the so called “bedroom tax” breached their human rights because they need the extra space for health reasons.”

      They should have written words to the effect “the families called it a tax on bedrooms.”

      Where does one complain?

  9. 33
    Guess what I did in the war, says:

    Desperate wives and the man known as Derek who fathered 500 children with women whose war hero husbands were too shell-shocked to make love

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    The Decent Thing says:

    I seem to recall David Cameron swearing blind that gays would not sue the church.

    So when I see a headline that “Millionaire gay fathers to sue the Church of England for not allowing them to get married in the church”, I can only assume he will now resign.

    • 53
      David Camperon PM in Portugal says:

      Chillax! More squid please garçom.

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      Not worth the paper they were written on says:

      It was obvious to anyone with a bit of nous that this would be inevitable and that the so called “guarantee” of Dave’s would be challenged in the Courts and on appeal to ECHR if the UK Courts rule against it with the inevitability that the ECHR will probably rule that the guarantee is not legal as it breaches the Human Rights Act

      • 81
        Two Dogs of Empiricism says:

        A Sharia court would surely order that their cocks be cut off?

        • 130
          have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

          marriage within a religion is different to marriage in law. Marriage in a church can be recognized by the law but the church can do what it feels like about recognizing marriage outside the church and can decide for itself who it will and will not marry within the church.

    • 164
      God is above the Law of Man says:

      The church refused to marry us because we were living together. No court can force a Church to go against Holy scripture.

    • 173
      Encore une fois says:

      The Church of England refused to marry me to my inflatable-doll-with-startling-resemblance-to-David-Cameron. I don’t care. Our love will last forever!

    • 261
      Dave and Nick says:

      We’ve put a quadruple lock on all CofE church doors. Let’s see if the European Court of Human Rights can unpick that.

    • 267
      Hollywood Interiors says:

      I don’t think anyone should be allowed to call themselves gay with such a dreadful sense of interior design. Red and gold wallpaper and a red leather furniture. Yuk!

    • 337
      Jimmy says:

      It’s just attention seeking. They say they’re bringing a lawsuit just to get attention but it never actually goes anywhere. In legal circles it’s known as a Guido.

    • 367
      bergen says:

      This could be seriously bad news for Dave. Someone was always going to try it but I doubt that Dave thought the challenge would come before the ink was dry on the statute book and the hearing could take place before the next General Election.

      If that triple lock is useless then he’s going to have a bunch of seriously pissed off core voters. I still can’t work out why he did it.

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    Ah! Monika chastened says:

    500, but how many times? And don’t forget those who didn’t get pregnant.

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    Living in 97.223% white Merseyside says:

    The days of Cool Britannia (mine’s a lager Tone) seem now to be a long, long time ago.

    Still, things change very quickly and who knows in 10 years time they may be better or twice as bad.

    Doubt though if I’ll still be around.

    • 62
      I sussed him as a "wrong 'un in 1994 says:

      If anyone believed a word “Straightsorta Guy Tony” told them then they were either stupid or very naive

      • 278
        The cat in the hat says:

        He used to appear on question time with his obviously dyed hair and invariably came across as a mediocrity.

    • 64
      Two Dogs of Empiricism says:


      You are not moving to Islington, are you?

  13. 55
    Illegal immigrant says:

    I am home…

  14. 61
    UKIP or bust says:

    Mugabee wins election, does that mean Jack Straw will be out there to shake his hand?

    • 65
      P l e b says:

      Bigger majority than Cameron…

    • 72
      Uguv says:

      Yes he will be getting tips on how to rig a ballot.

    • 84
      An endorsement from Robert Mugabe says:

      Mr Sheen polishes my head up a treat.

    • 107
      Mine d'Boggles says:

      Lads, it’s tribal. The Shona are a big majority and vote for Mugabe. That’s all. Remember Joshua Nkomo? Thought not. I think he was N’debele.

    • 334
      Jimmy says:

      “For one, we can all see that David Cameron is not as loquacious as [Gordon] Brown or, worse, Tony Blair. Definitely not. He’s kept his views on Zimbabwe to himself….

      “But, by and large, they are behaving as the Conservatives we historically have known. It is a historical fact that the independence process was in colonial terms made possible by the Conservatives. The approach of the Conservatives under Margaret Thatcher was very different from the approach of Labour.”

      [jonathan moyo, zanu]

  15. 67
    Owen Jones says:

  16. 68
    P l e b says:

    Is Toxic Taffy back?

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    have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

    this is so how I feel I thought I’d post it twice.

    I suppose I always thought that there was an ” establishment” that would take care of things but now I see the “establishment” is confused. Rather than being the protector of the state the “establishment” has been infiltrated by ideas that are not in the best interest of the indigenous population

  18. 80
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    Not waving but drowning.

  19. 86
    Owen Jones says:

    WICKET – Trott c Clarke b Harris 5 (Eng 64-3)

  20. 89
    kjee says:

    Chaos in the NHS..

    Chaos in the Welfare System..

    Aren’t the Tories supposed to know how to run things?

    I wouldn’t trust them to run a bath

    • 93
      Liblabcon Party machine says:

      What we have in government is New Labour MKII so don’t be too disappointed.

  21. 92
    Joe Dromey says:

    Mumsy! Mumsy! They’re being howwible to me! Stop them or I’ll scweam and scweam!

  22. 98
    8illy says:

    Is it true that IDS equates to I Destroy Society?

    • 100
      Pam Fritter on an 18 month contract with Vodafone says:

      I blame IDS for cutting my benefits and forcing me to choose between ‘Tweeting and eating’

  23. 103
    Cleggover, with his finger on the button says:

    Think I’ll order the SAS storm the Ecuadorian Embassy and take Julian Assange, dead or alive.

    Dave will be so pleased with me when he comes back from hols. It’ll be lovely surprise.

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    British MP and her constituents unsre of their Nationality says:
    • 113
      Diana Abbott says:

      The biggest cause of death and injury to young black males is..young black males.
      So what for are de PO-lice not stopping more honkies?

    • 126
      a non says:

      You can take the tribal member out of the jungle but you cannot take the jungle out of the tribal member.
      Can never understand the mentality of many guests to this country. The need to continue tribal thinking beyond the simple and confused political battles that seem just to effect the indigenous.
      Shades of religion, ancient grievances, the need for their children to carry knives and guns but above all their continuous family battles against law and order that prevails in their chosen new country.
      Why do so many politicians, even those born here with just a foreign family background choose confrontation to stoke the fires of promoting a ‘them and us’ divide?

    • 131
      London Cabbie says:

      Nah, just the White Honkies dividing and ruling again Diane,

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    . says:
    • 108
      Diana Abbott says:

      Congregation gets none to worked up about how many young black men die at the hands of other young black men.

    • 109
      BBC 24 Hr rolling bollocks says:

      Congregation erupts into scramble for the exits.

    • 112
      8illy says:

      We have the racist vans patrolling the streets meanwhile we give hundreds of thousands of £££ to a Canadian immigrant to sell off the post service.

      But don’t dare mention corruption! Oooooh no!

      • 116
        Lefties only obey the laws they want to obey says:

        Do you have a problem with the BA enforcing laws passed by the parliament of the United Kingdom?

      • 117
        Hyperbole alert says:

        ‘Racist vans’

        • 145
          Ye gods says:

          Classic Labour BBC trick use the word racist to shut a perfectly logical argument Dow. That’s how the fecking borders stayed open in the first place

    • 123
      Neil says:

      Diane needs to make her mind up if she is Jamaican or British, or even African. At the moment she becomes one of the three by whichever suites her particular rant best.

      • 348
        Curly wonders says:

        … and that piccy at the top left of her twitter box makes her look horrendously white. Is there something missing in her genetic make-up that forces her to be so constantly rabidly racist? Jealousy or inferiority complex maybe?

    • 124
      Diane Fatbott says:

      What about those racist taxis that never stop for me ??

      Every white person in this country is soooooooooooooooooooo racist I don’t know why I bother living off their backs.

    • 133
      Sir William Waid says:

      Sending vans round to irritate people is no substitute for actually doing something to enforce the law. It’s a bluff.

      • 142
        Two Dogs of Empiricism says:

        It’s a bugger having to wait for Samuel Johnson to come along and standardise spelling for us.

        We still have the English Civil War, Charles I’s execution, Cromwell, The Great Fire of London and more Irish Rebellions than you can shake a stick at, before we can all spell decently.

        It lasted barely two centuries and then, because of someone called Shirley, nobody could spell properly again…

        • 150
          Joss Taskin says:

          Shirley shome mishtake ?

        • 168
          Noah Webster says:

          Of course, you’re forgetting MY contribution to orthographical standardization, but, as I’m not British-born, I don’t count, right?

          But then, you went from “waggon” to “wagon,” “musick” to “music,” “gaol” to “jail,” and a few others, so I guess I shouldn’t be too riled up. My work wasn’t completely in vain.

          • Two Dogs of Empiricism says:

            You just followed the great Doctor’s lead.

            But, yes, you did well in the colonies.

          • Curly says:

            Because of the vagaries of English pronunciation, it was GB Shaw (I think) who spelt the word ‘fish’ as ‘ghoti”. Sounds drawn from ‘cough’, ‘women’, and anything ending in ‘…ation’.

            uvers (uvas?) sed werds shud be rit lyk they sowndid.


    • 161
      Doreen says:

      Shut it fatty, I speak for the people-of-colour, an’ that!

  26. 110
    8illy says:

    Political ideology aside, has there ever been a more administratively inept government than this one? If they were subject to the same degree of monitoring and inspector harassment as, say, teachers, they would be closed down

    • 115
      8illy says:

      Bedroom Tax
      Andy Coulson
      Rebekah Brooks
      Food Banks
      Leon Brittan
      Peter Morrison
      Osborne’s paddock scam
      Children left in the pub
      43 Government U-turns
      Minimum alcohol pricing
      Anthony Bamford
      Adrian Beecroft
      Michael Spencer
      Lord Green
      Cigarette packaging & Lynton Crosby
      Fracking & Lynton Crosby
      Peter Cruddas

      • 141
        Thames Dover Wight says:

        It appears that an abuse button is to be on twitter. Another first by dave.
        But hey- some fun with that, list your favourite politician to report abuse on.

    • 120
      8illy says:

      This government has caused chaos, fear, deprivation and poverty on a scale not seen for a generation. They are responsible for a massive deterioration in the productivity and development in the country. They are a destructive force, causing decline in the NHS, education and the social welfare system which has provided vital support for ordinary people. But of course they are worthless and expendable.
      They have embarked on this so called shake up causing massive distress and injustice, without achieving any of the aims they trumpeted about.
      I can only hope Labour will provide an alternative to this, well you can hope!
      We know that the Lib Dems will only endorse what is going on now so they’re out, so where DO you turn?
      This sound vey pessimistic but I think realistic.
      I don’t want to be little America.
      These changes are pure ideology at work.

      • 135
        Sir William Waid says:

        The problem with your thesis is that none of what you say can be supported by evidence. It is simply propaganda.

        • 162
          Universal Hiss says:

          I would agree with you Sir William if it were not for George Smith who seems to be making a sow’s ear out of a sow’s ear.

          The so called Universal Credit will end in utter failure & will never be implemented. The cost of 12.8 billion(& rising) should be deducted from his past salary & expenses.He can then exist on the £58 weekly that he has stated can be lived on.

          He must have something on Dave as I can’t understand how he was ever made a minister.

        • 352
          Do me a favour! says:

          If anybody on here thought that was the real gatehouse guarding, all-time firster, they are serious demented. I can’t recall any postings of that fellow which contained not one grammatical error or spelling mistake.

          Looks like he has been cloned by a literate gate guarder!

      • 140
        CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

        Fvck off you spazmonged, Unite funded, Labour toadying bell-end!

        You don’t think “Ordinary people” have seen though your socialist bullshit and the pillaging of a country by Blair/Brown and the rest of you?

        Copy and paste your lies and deceit somewhere else.

      • 144
        Thames Dover Wight says:

        The last lab gov caused chaos, fear, deprivation and poverty on a scale not seen for a generation. They are responsible for a massive deterioration in the productivity and development in the country. They are a destructive force, causing decline in the NHS, education and the social welfare system which has provided vital support for ordinary people. But of course they are worthless and expendable.
        They have embarked on this so called shake up causing massive distress and injustice, without achieving any of the aims they trumpeted about.
        I can only hope tories will provide an alternative to this, well you can hope!

      • 148
        Ye gods says:

        Get the two eds

    • 121
      Fatty Pang says:

      This government is subject to the same amount monitoring as the BBC.
      Got a problem with that Billy?

  27. 114
    Lynton Crosby says:

    If you want Owen Jones for your neighbour,vote Labour.

    • 127
      T.B£iar - the People's Messiah says:

      If you want to be saved from Weapons of Mass Destruction, vote Libor.

  28. 118
    Owen Jones says:

    WICKET – Cook c Haddin b Starc 62 (Eng 110-4)

  29. 129
    Allan, you at t'bar says:
  30. 143
    Ed Miliband cc Harriet Harman says:

    Will all the people that think I’m a dipstick, stop now.

    • 154
      Joanna Dromey waiting for an all women shortlists to be able to enter parliament says:

      Mummy I love you

  31. 153
    Quick question? says:

    So what “bad news” Obarmy trying to bury with this security alert?

    • 353
      So you need a clue? says:

      Have a close look at the economy – and the pattern of gold price movements lately.

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  33. 159
    Cwispy pants Bwyant says:
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    That Told Her says:
  35. 167
    650 MPs, The BBC and the public sector says:

    Not our pensions, it won’t.

  36. 171
    Ah! Monika (changed tune) says:

    Majestic News:

    Eric Pickles to give permission to the Queen to rent her driveway at Windsor.

  37. 174
    have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

    Do you think the politicos realize just how pissed off the average white guy is ?

    • 188
      Tay King-dePisse says:

      The answer to that question is a function of the following one:

      “How aware do you think the average white guy is that he’s being pissed ON by the politicians?”

      (A) Politicians are certainly aware they are pissing on the average white guy.
      (B) The average white guy isn’t always aware it is the pissing-on by politicians that is leading to his pissing-off.
      (C) The politicians don’t care, if all the average white guy does about it is to go on a pisser.
      (D) For the most part, that’s all the average white guy DOES in fact do.
      (E) Once the average white guy realises how much the politicians have been taking the piss, and taking the piss outta him, it won’t be pretty.

      End of rant.

      • 248
        Tay King-dePisse says:

        Won’t do no bloody good no matter where you look– they’re comin’ in from all sides now.

        Sometimes all you can do is what brother George Orwell (Social Democrat though he was, he isn’t wrong on this one) did when he got sick and tired of being bullied by a particular boy at his school

        “…I let perhaps a minute go by, walked up to Hale with the most harmless air I could assume, and then, getting the weight of my body behind it, smashed my fist into his face…For days after this he followed me about, challenging me to fight…The fact I hardly noticed was that though Hale formally challenged me to fight, he did not actually attack me. Indeed, after receiving that one blow he never oppressed me again. It was perhaps twenty years before I saw the significance of this..” (Such, Such Were The Joys)

        And as long as we’re on the subject of literary allusion, let’s do a cinematic one, too– The Island Of Lost Souls, based on an H.G. Wells story (again, not my favourite politically, but again, he ain’t wrong here). Dr Moreau clones animals with humans– he tries to get the creatures to go against their instincts by inflicting torture upon them (by performing vivisection, which he would want to do anyway to study them, but he can use it for the other purpose too). He buffaloes the creatures with a Law that says, “Are we not men?” (And no, we’re not Devo, either), which forbids the shedding of blood. Eventually the creatures cotton onto what he is and what he’s doing after another full-human arrives on the island and tells them that Moreau is not God. “He can die?” “Yes.” “To the House of Pain!” (Moreau’s laboratory), and we all know what happens then. But poor Bela Lugosi, the Sayer of the Law, the leader of the creatures, still tells them, “Are we not men?” and tries to get them not to shed Moreau’s blood (unsuccessfully, thank our lucky stars).

        Those with ears to hear, let them hear.

        • 253
          Universal Hiss says:

          Ah a good book. Will have to find & reread.

          If you hadn’t said I’d have HAD to add we are Devo. Grins.

          As for bullies I’m afraid that’s the tactic I sadly advised my sweet daughter to take in her wonderful comprehensive school. She was bullied a few times.School did nothing,so I went to see the parents of bully.They nearly shit themselves.This was not physical but racist Scottish/English that seemed to be acceptable by said school.

          The bullying stopped thank goodness as I wouldn’t have know what to do next as I knew the school would not have been supportive.Always a difficult problem.

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          have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

          I never considered Gorge Orwell to be a cowardly schoolboy before. Sucker punching the bully for heaven’s sake ? why not lay in wait for him at the bike shed and hit him with a brick ? cVnt. Challenge the guy up front or fuck off. weed.

        • 266
          Tay King-dePisse says:

          @Nessie at 8:00 pm

          About a line or two previous, GO talks about how the bully just a moment before had been holding on to Orwell in a way that was inflicting great discomfort when not outright pain. The bully had let down his guard only briefly, underestimating our George.

          And had Orwell actually lay in wait for the kid and coshed him– unfair, but not undeserved; and if the bully didn’t know who had done it? All the better– let HIM sweat as to whether he will be attacked again or not. He may have to be a bit more cautious who it is he pushes around.

          • have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

            it is in these sort of situations that it is fortunate for you to meet someone like me. I can make your academic life flourish as you concentrate on class and don’t need to worry about the social stuff. I will take care of that for 1/2 your dinner money :-)

    • 200
      Zeitgeist says:

      The tipping point has already arrived. Look at the local papers in places where the immigration checks took place this week – ordinary people have been supporting the action much more than those against. Only professional leftwing whingers have been criticizing the UKBA.

      • 215
        Zeitgeist says:

        I know for a fact that it does indeed include legitimate migrants. There is very little support for illegal immigration among people who have been through, and paid considerable fees for, the legal methods of obtaining residence.

  38. 176
    Diane Fatbott says:


  39. 182
    Effing obvious says:

    Selfish traits not favoured by evolution, new study shows. WOW

    Scientists confirm Earth revolves round sun.

    When are they going to read Dawkins’ books.

    • 185
      have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

      BBC Nature – Brainless slime mould has an external memory‎
      9 Oct 2012 – Slime moulds use a form of spatial ‘memory’ to navigate, despite not having a brain, a study has found.

      • 191
        have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

        Labour politician favors EU membership despite not having a brain

  40. 186
    Robert Mugarbage says:

    I have won thees eeeelection very fairly, and I have won thees next eeeelection in four years time, why I can eeeeven show you thees results for four years time.

    • 355
      Rhodie Dendron says:

      Plus ca change….. If these wily oriental gentlemen were not so bloody thick (must be cause by their unchanging diet of mealie-meal) there just might be a proper revolution. But the local Chinks might not like that as it would upset their exploitation of the country’s natural resources, not to mention the local take-away in the High Street.

  41. 189
    BBC Frack Watch says:

    Kate Humble will bring our new programme, Frack Watch, to your screens each night for the next seven nights. Please try to stay awake.

  42. 190
    Lobbyist says:

    Free Advice Re 198.

    If you want politicos to read your comments you need to post at number 1.

    They never get past that.

    Next time I will charge a fee.

    • 196
      have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

      question wasn’t addressed to politicos was addressed to blog, thanks anyway for tip.

      • 198
        Lobbyist says:

        No matter whether or not I correctly interpret your brief, I will still charge.

  43. 193
    Owen Jones says:

    ‘Orrible start for ‘Arry. Sheff Weds take the lead at Loftus Road!!

  44. 194
    Bazinga! says:

    I see the BBC are handing out verbal blow jobs to the protesting scum at Balcombe again.

    • 219
      Idon'tneednodoctor says:

      A third of the village voted, of this 90% voted to ban the fracking/drilling. So that’s about 70% of the village that did not object.

      • 357
        Tent peg says:

        I used to go camping at Balcombe many years ago. On one occasion I even helped a local farmer help a cow give birth. The resident locals need to band together to eject this visiting unwashed riff-raff from their territory. Where’s the local Pale Rider when you need him?

    • 226
      Loonywatch says:

      What the BBC fail to tell us is that the vast majority of protesters are not from Balcombe or anywhere near. They are a race that suddenly appears as if from nowhere and plays pan-pipes. Best time to get the fracking started is any time they collect their benefits.

      • 233
        Swampy says:

        Don’t tell anyone.

      • 245
        Universal Hiss says:

        38 degrees & their winnets.

        • 251
          who'd have thought it says:

          The anti-fracking protestors are supported by the Lush cosmetics group, which has also been involved in other anti-energy protests.

          Let’s hope too many Lush customers aren’t inconvenienced when the stores are all forced to close due to lack of electricity.

          • Universal Hiss says:

            Quite. They don’t like nasty coal or nuclear or gas or fracking.

            Gather round our scented candles to keep warm.

            Do they use wind power without any of the nasty electricity that is used to make the bloody things i.e. all the metal,concrete,roads,cables.

            Do they not think of the birds & bats? Fascists!

    • 286
      Caroline Lucas says:

      I shall soon be annointed the Queen of Balcombe.

      • 358
        Tent peg says:

        i think you’ll find that the local poofinresidence has already claimed that title.

  45. 195
    "Ed" Miliband says:

    Hullo! I am Ed Milband!

    [falls over, breaks ankle]

  46. 197
    al qaeda says:

    Hee Hee Hee,

    We’ve closed down loads of Western Embassies without getting out of bed. Simps.

    • 359
      Dimple Matt says:

      If western govts had any sense they’d close them all permanently and withdraw their staff from these shytholes. Then the locals can carry on killing each other to their hearts’ content and nobody would give a stuff.

  47. 199
    UKIP or bust says:

    Evan Davis on the BBC’s rant about the police trying to identify illegal’s, accused them of using their ‘eyes’ to select suspects!

    I guess always using ones nose to sniff out the right brown hole would lead one to think that might be the way forward.

    n another note, I hope our polish child mur derer has had his drinks and meals pissed and shitted in and the first of many a good kicking.

    • 202
      have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

      if an arrangement cannot be reached for the repatriation of the scumbag perhaps a compromise can be reached somewhere in the north sea

      • 205
        Long John Silver's parrot says:

        Since May 2010 how many illegal immigrants have been arrested?

        For the period May 2008 to May 2010 how many illegal immigrants were arrested?

  48. 203
    Doreen says:

    Reported for hate speech

    • 360
      Dimple Matt says:

      Serves you right. You need to learn to shut up as nobody is interested in a word you have to say.

  49. 204
    have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

    I think those that have survived up until now are either the sons of warriors or the sons of sneeky bastards. Our forces have seen quite a bit of killing and what not but the indigenous average white guy hasn’t really be called on to do anything since the 1940′s. Our peaceful mentality and love for our fellow is what has made this great democracy but do not try our fucking patience.

  50. 206
    The modern English dream in Walthamstow says:

    Waking up on a nice mid summers morning, cup of tea. No council propaganda newspaper sullying the doormat.

    No disturbances from the police helicopters. Do some gardening in rare moment of silence.

    Gentle day with absolutely no reminders about Anjem Choudary and his nutters, EU failure or Labour/Conservative failures. Greet my many neighbours from all walks of life on way to one of the finest markets in London, possibly the world. Buy ingredients for barbeque. Discuss immigration raids in multi-racial queue of fellow citizens in post office. Everyone agrees they were a good thing.

    Going to bed and waking up in the following morning safe in the knowledge that Tottenham remains at least 1.5 miles distant and is in no danger of damaging your family or rapidly appreciating property on this new day.

    This is a good way to be: The modern English dream.

  51. 212
    Edwina Curry's goat says:

    Incredible. Try putting up a sign “Room to let, only whites from Herts, Bucks and Berkshire need apply” and see how quickly the old bill will be round with bracelets at the ready.

  52. 213
    Reason says:

    The use of a qualifier like ‘broadly’ makes me think you lack something crucial, like the evidence required to support your assertion.

  53. 216
    I hate racists says:

    Have you reported it to Trevor Philips?

  54. 218
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    The vile abuse against Stella Creasy on twitter is totally wrong, as is any other vile abuse against women or men.
    What I would say to Stella Creasy though is, stop peddling labour lies. Creasy’s condemnation should include any form of political lying.

    • 223
      Technomist says:

      Specific threats of violence directed at individuals are a crime and should be investigated and, if evidence of intent is forthcoming, prosecuted. As an MP, Stella Creasy is deserving of particular protection and, dare I say it, respect. Criticize her politically all you like but remember that when you slag off and abuse an MP you are impliedly criticizing all the constituents who have her representing them (whether or not they voted for her, which in my case I didn’t)

      Ms Creasy should think much more carefully, though, about her own rhetoric: she is on record using violent language herself. She, of course can claim that urging her far-left supporters to ‘fight’ for things is mere metaphor, but given her common cause with fascistic bullies from groups like UAF and some even more wild-eyed extremist allies from the fundamentalist muslim fringe she has invited into her constituency, she might like to ponder that there but for the grace of God goes she….

    • 230
      Universal Hiss says:

      You would take the polices’ side on anything?

      • 243
        Universal Hiss says:

        Problem is how can you tell if a threat online is credible from a stranger?

        I’d not be too happy if I got a “I know where you live & you will be raped/bombed” threat.

        I know most of this stuff is sent by utter useless shits not engaging brain & nothing would happen,but they should be found & humiliated/punished for such unacceptable postings.

        No one should be bullied & made anxious from threats online.

      • 259
        Universal Hiss says:

        Well I do for the trigger words I know. It’s the ones I don’t know.The unknowns if you know what I mean.

        Also those sneaky words like s*n*i*g*g*e*r which took me ages to figure out.(I was not very bright there.)

      • 279
        Rummy says:

        There are known knowns and unknown unknowns.

        What you may think you know are known unknowns, however, might actually be unknown knowns– if you know what I mean.

        You can’t always know a known unknown from an unknown known–y’know?

        (H/T Bud Abbott)

    • 239
      8illy says:

      There is no bigger liar than Cameron.
      Followed by IDS……and Shapps

      • 241
        Universal Hiss says:

        Sorry,have to disagree with that.

        George Smith must be the biggest liar in the government.It’s the only success he’s had in his sorry life.

    • 244
      Bazinga! says:

      Would be nice if she said sorry for her Government allowing scum like Wonga to be set up with little regulation. Oh and she might like to remind us of how many directors of pay day loan companies gave money to Nu Labour. Several did.

  55. 220
    At Last The Truth Is Out says:

    Has to be contender for “Comment Of The Day”……….

    Owen Jones ‏@OwenJones84
    @FarooqAli_82 Yes I will spend tomorrow quaffing champagne in one of my mansions while buying shares in BAE Systems

    It’s a blinder isn’t it ?

  56. 222
    Ali al-Poofti says:

    Come back when you’re sober. Then you’ll twig what that means, ducky.
    Though I’d have thought an RC priest would have cottoned on immediately.

  57. 224
    Bernard Lewis says:

    In answer to your question, I am Bernard Lewis. So was my grandfather, and so is my cousin Bernard. And there’s another Bernard Lewis who’s a greengrocer in Ilford, but I don’t think he’s any relation.

    • 227
      Bernardette Lewis says:

      If I’d been born male, I’d be Bernard Lewis too. Literally billions of women are being denied the opportunity to be Bernard Lewis by a cruel trick of gender!

    • 231
      Bernard Lewis (Ilford) says:

      Sadly I’m no longer a greengrocer. Just couldn’t compete with the supermarkets. So I’ve had to retrain as a nude belly dancer and gay escort for the blind. Frankly this country is finished.

  58. 225
    Would you believe it says:

    There are 4 million Eggs in an ovary and 350,000,000 sperm in one ‘go’

    The chance of coming up with an Owen Jones is therefore 1400000000000000/1

    • 229
      Makes you glad to be alive says:

      To which one can only reply: thank you, God, for bestowing upon us the heart-warming miracle of dear little Owen Jones, despite the overwhelming odds against!

    • 341
      Owen's mum says:

      My little Owen was even more miraculous: a virgin birth, no less.
      I shat him out of my aris.

  59. 234
    alternative england says:

    Waking up in the morning.
    English breakfast- Just a coffee with cream, cigarette and a smile. Radio on. Foreign language! Hardly understand a word but am doing my best to learn it.
    Another day surrounded by foreigners. Almost a lie. Nearest houses half a mile away. Bells being rung in the village in the distance; a call to prayer. Mass. I am the guest / immigrant / non believer here.
    Sun shining as usual. Gonna be another hot one. Traverse the green stuff- can’t really call it a lawn despite the watering system. Greet the chinese ‘masseuse’. Bronzed, lithe, feminine and beautiful:- My other half. Join her in the warm water. Something completely different about discussing all the problems in the world today while playing at being a fish. Makes a change from being an ostrich with my head in the sand. [Absolutely great being an ostrich.]
    Back inside. Shower, shave and realising the sun has been over the yardarm for a full 2 hours, grab a beer. Enter Order-Order. Nobody participating. Quick perusal of the newspapers- same old , same old. Another beer? Why not. Now comes the important stuff. Talk to the Lemons and Orange trees? Figs, Mangos, Peach, Nectarines and offer encouragement? Watering the vegetable garden takes priority.
    Give thanks to Labour every day. Harold Wilson, Rubbish collectors, Power suppliers etc but especially 1978 local authority education officials who offered my children a useless education.
    Home is where the heart is and despite the distance I still enjoy a little bit of England daily, albeit in a foreign land.

  60. 242
    have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

    I appreciate that the EU is a step towards Global Government, which is eventually probably a good thing but I don’t see why we should be the fucking experiment.

  61. 246
    Diane Fatbott says:

    I just recieved an email from someone called Tony Wank, who says he’s something to do with Twitter. He told me to cut out my one-sided unfounded tweets which constantly attempt to portray white people as r*acists, and to whip up r*acial hatred, or there will be trouble. I replied that of course it wasn’t me.

  62. 247
    Owen Jones says:

    Say “a battering ram against the southern flanks” again!

    It’s making me go all gooey in the blood orange. :)

  63. 250
    Sweaty Sid from Sidmouth says:

    By god!
    All this hot weather is making my knob end rather cheese.

  64. 252
    Joe Dromey says:

    Mummy, this mean waiter is demanding I pay for my meal. Do something about it or I’ll scweam and scweam till I can’t scweam anymore!

    • 265
      have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

      always carry a cockroach in a matchbox

  65. 256
    Sue Brown says:

    There is no place like home!

  66. 258
    A FIFER! says:

    Edinburgh is jumping with socialist parasites & leeches. Scum! The lot of them!

    • 262
      Universal Hiss says:

      I feel for you.

      My daughter will be holed up in her flat for the remainder of August.

      Excellent if you own a hotel/bar/brothel though.

      You could always walk down the Royal Mile with a giant condom on your head & be spotted as the next big thing for a BBC comedy series & grab a Perrier award.

  67. 260
    The NSA says:

    Due to the paucity of useful information on order-order, we are no longer monitoring this blog.

    Message ends.

  68. 264
    A FIFER! says:

    Edinburgh is a socialist’s meddling shithole and you have to be mad to live here!

  69. 268
    Annie says:
  70. 273
    King Creosote says:

    Which bloody idiot thought Crosby was a good idea after the last one who is facing prison for half the guilt by association, is any one guess.

    Cameron must be the thickest PM ever

  71. 276
    Pop Corn says:

    When are Coulson and Brooks in court? Next month, isn’t it?

  72. 277
    nellnewman says:

    Just back from Cornwall, storms, watching surfers and their amazing antics, cream teas and the best coastal views in the world!!

    They don’t seem to have any politicians down there!!!

    • 282
      Idon'tneednodoctor says:

      We are all politicians Nell, maybe not all blatant liars though.

      • 287
        nellnewman says:

        Let’s hope not – I see militwit in a bind over MEP’s for next election as all but one are union sponsored.

        Labour really does have a case of a bad infestation of union ants or is it it rats? Doesn’t it?

    • 288
      The Usual Suspects At says:

      Hope you enjoyed yourself as much as you wanted to do, or even more so!
      In the words of a singer you might remember from the 60′s:

      • 305
        nellnewman says:

        Well Thank You!

        Talking of Music – after spending 8 hours on one coach and getting on another at 4pm, pretty exhausted and hoping for a smooth end of trip, for another 3 1/2 hours, the driver proceeds to play raucous Rolling Stones from London to Huntingdon and then Benny Hill take off’s from Huntingdon to Peterborough!!

        We laughed!! Thank God for a sense of humour!

      • 410
        Anonymous says:

        Many, many thanks for that. Sebastian and the Spoonful gave us lots of happy tunes in the sixties – when music was music.

    • 293
      Ride the wave says:

      No Moslems either

  73. 281
    David Cameron on 15th June 2009 says:

    You find that the government keeps shifting its arguments about ID cards.
    It would be hugely expensive at a time when we’re virtually broke and I don’t think it will solve any problems.
    The only way I can ever imagine it really helping with crime is if we did something which would so unBritish it would be quite appalling.
    And that would be if we actually passed a law that said you not only had to have an ID card but that you have to carry it with you at all times and you have to be … y’know you can be arrested … for not having it.
    Because otherwise … can you imagine the consequence of that?
    Y’know you take the the dog for a walk at night and the policeman comes up to you and, “Where are your papers?”
    Who wants to live in a country like that?
    I don’t.
    That’s why the ID cards plans are going in the bin. Guaranteed

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    have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

    I think that there is a message that we all can leave with here tonight.
    and that message is a simple one

    “Be part of the solution, do not be part of the problem”

    ‘nite and lots of love

  75. 294
    person of colour--creamy pinkish fawn really says:

    Hippabott is consistently inciting anti wh!te sentiment on tw1tter. What is her problem.

  76. 297
    Convicted by a Tweet. Recall him M'Lud says:

    If his hols start today, why couldn’t he turn up for his trial last week.

  77. 298
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:


  78. 299
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:


  79. 300
    Saffron says:

    This once proud christian country is now being turned into an islamic shitehole by politico’s who are treasonous.
    We as an indigeonous people need to get together and stop this crap dead in it’s tracks.
    This islamic lot have been a problem since it was set up by a camel salesman asshole who they think of as a messenger of god.
    These lot have caused and are still causing most of the problems in this world.
    When oh when are the majority of us going to tell this lot you are now in the last chance saloon.

  80. 301
    Diane Fatbott says:


    • 325
      Diane Fatbutt says:


      Even in the Labour party and the unions their fuckin’ everywhere!

    • 330
      have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

      I can understand asians moaning but blacks ? come on you is one of us now.

      • 335
        have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

        you see, don’t try any kung fu.
        “YOU are one of US” that is not the same as “WE are one of YOU”
        do you get my drift ?

  81. 304
    12 December 2007. The BBC alarmingly says:

    Arctic summers ice-free ‘by 2013′

    • 306
      The Reality of Arctic summer sea ice 2013 says:

      Arctic Sea ice summer 2013 is within + or – 2 of the standard deviation.

    • 307
      Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:

      Absolutely true. There’s no ice there now.

    • 309
      nellnewman says:

      Never mind arctic free summers – the beeb is going to offer us snow and ice free winters !

      Net they’ll be promising we can grow our tomatoes and geraniums in January !!

      Of course when their predictions turn out to be wrong, as they will, expect a rash of backstabbing and blaming of the Met Office !!!

    • 374
      Anonymous says:

      You must have been watching that BBC program last night. I do not watch TV, but as a test, I tried out that program to see how it is that so many people believe these stories.

      Did anyone else notice the mistakes and the leaps of faith? It was simply a BBC holiday program to the Arctic by standard dim tourists.

      This experiment was all triggered by meeting someone that was adamant that the propaganda was all true. So I gave them a few examples, he could look up, to prove it was false.

      His answer was that he needed my “sources”. After a few minutes I realized the problem. To him “Sources” meant “Scriptures”. He wanted to know which book I followed. It was a pure religion to him. I had to have chosen my apostles.

      Presented with hard visible facts, he wanted it written down by someone, in order to believe it.

      The biggest issue with this country is it lack of basic education. People are not allowed to think.

  82. 312
    nellnewman says:

    So do we know how many alycampbell kids / bliar kids / hattyharpic kids / jackstrawkids / et al are being shoe horned into the mep elections? and then the 2015 general elections?

    jobs for the kids/boys or what???!!!

  83. 313
    Bazinga! says:

    What a fucking hoot, dozy Kate Williams (one of the shit stirring feminists) on Sky News can’t understand why (report in a Sunday paper) that large numbers of people think Hitler was in charge of Germany in WW1 and that Thatcher was PM then.

    William’s excuse was “they probably interviewed people outside a pub”

    No Kate darling (nice legs) it was probably outside a Mosque. Fact is millions of so called British people have no understanding of our history, nor do they give a shit. All they want to do is pray to Mohammad. Add in that the shit state school education system and I’m’ amazed people have even heard of WW1.

    • 314
      Education, Edyerkayshun, Eddyookaashun says:

      They may not have heard of WWI but we put the fear of God into them over WMD. :)

  84. 315
    Economist says:

    @BW: There are some interesting reports sections of the financial press on that matter.

    It is a fact that geopolitical risk increases certain spot prices.

    The other notable coincidence is the gap in bailout financing for Greece and the G’erman Federal Election timing.

  85. 316
    Maybe you could says:

    Go and have a lie down.

  86. 317
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:


  87. 319
    Bazinga! says:

    Labour’s best chance of victory in 2015 is to replace Red Ed with Robert Mugabe.

  88. 320
    Economist says:

    @BW: On risk – true.

    Risk is catchall term generally used to justify price increases.

    Sentiment is another term: used to describe why a price changes when there is no explanation from a pure supply / demand perspective. Read that as you wish.

    To your point, the liability on certain deliveries are non-negotiable. You either have it or you don’t, and if you don’t you cannot avoid default.

  89. 322
    Red Ed : Wallace or Kumar ? says:

    Is Ed M the uncool twin of Kumar, of Harold + Kumar fame ?

  90. 323
  91. 328
    • 331
      Tachybaptus says:

      Busie, busie, busie, telling stupid lies. Who is this Laud, and who gives a dog’s fart what he thinks?

  92. 329
    The parable of it's the way you tell 'em says:

    Could the story of Noah’s arc have really been very early global warming propaganda ?

  93. 332
    A Dolphin says:

    @Tachybaptus : Google Laud and all will be revealed.

    • 338
      Tachybaptus says:

      Thanks, but I’m just getting a long dead archbishop, and I knew about him already.

  94. 333
    Britain says:

    So, France wants the British public to vote to leave the EU. Best not to disappoint them, eh?

  95. 336
    Eric the Half-Cut says:

    Shomeone told me (wash it you ?) that not all water is drunk by humans.


    The Filth I’ve always felt that the collar coronary collorary of that is
    Not all humans are drunk in Bayswater.

    I will now dishprove that.


    hic !

  96. 339
    A Dolphin says:

    @Tachybaptus: I see what you mean. Google moves in mysterious ways.

    Check this:

    • 340
      Tachybaptus says:

      Thanks. I see now. Bloody hell. One should avoid getting on to a Wikipedia page at all costs — it’s like putting your head on the block and giving the executioner a bit of carborundum to sharpen the axe.

  97. 343
    A Dolphin says:

    @Tachybaptus: Yes he is an interesting character. Very strange for him to surface now.

    Here is some more bio / background:

    There was a scandal when he stepped down. The reported spanking was apparently more akin to an extremely vicious sexual assault.

  98. 346
    Anonymous says:

    BBC spends £24,000 on hospitality and appearance fees for just TEN MPs
    Labour MPs, including former Cabinet ministers, received the most cash

    Read more:
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

  99. 347
    A Dolphin says:

    ‘In response to a legal request submitted to Google, we have removed 4 result(s) from this page.’


    - Fairly recent.

    All tied to Derek Laud.

    Greystones Heath, Merseyside is allegedly and old haunt of Derek’s.

    • 407
      have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

      What is it with elderly intelligent ladies and the spooks ?
      All this masonic shit needs to be aired.

  100. 354
    The EU is croques (de merde) monsieur says:

    Vote Labour, get Len.
    Vote Tory, get Heir to Blair.
    Vote Lib Dem, get your head examined.
    Vote UKIP, get hope.

  101. 371
    Owen Jones says:

    Job done!!!!

    • 385
      Owen Jones' Mother says:

      What have I told you about typing rubbish on the computer Owen? Now sit down over there and watch some cbeebies wile you finish your corn flakes.

  102. 373
    Two Dogs of Empiricism says:

    Censorship is a one-way street. It gives some people unaccountable power. There is no check on their irresponsibility. The only thing you can be sure of is that, before very long, such power will be misused.

    • 383
      Brian Leavingsoon says:

      Can’t think what you mean. I am incorruptible (and so are all the brotherhood).

  103. 375
    Benjamin Franklin says:

    If all printers were determined not to print anything till they were sure it would offend nobody, there would be very little printed.

  104. 377
    Selohesra says:

    New Dr Who revealed tonight – expecting blind,black lesbian with one leg – only doubt is whether she will be Shi-ite or Sunni

    • 381
      BBC Rent Boy says:

      I don’t think so, I’ve sucked the right cocks in the right places and so the jobs mine.

    • 390
      Two Dogs of Empiricism says:

      You are probably right, save I would add that she will also be bearded and travel in a wind turbine mast.

  105. 387
    Owen Jones says:

  106. 392
    This is what the masses think is funny? says:

    Can someone please explain why and how Mrs Brown’s Boys is supposed to be funny? It’s a ratings winner but when I finally caught a bit of an episode, I found it about as funny as genocide. From what I saw, the comedy extended to the lead character saying “feckin” in every other sentence. Yeah. Comedy gold.

    I’ll take Cheers or Frasier over this shit any day.

    • 396
      Joe says:

      Well I think it’s funny enough, although the BBC only partly funded it with the original producers RTÉ after it became popular in Ireland. Mrs Brown’s Boys & Top Gear are about all I watch on the BBC at the moment. The rest of their programming seems to be made for women and homosexuals.

    • 398
      Two Dogs of Empiricism says:

      Never underestimate … etc..

    • 406
      cotedebeaune says:

      What you have to understand is that comedy in the UK has been subverted and undermined to serve a libertarian (equalitarian) agenda that is actually far right and anarchistic in its underlying effect.

      Think of all those programmes in the late 60′s, 70′s and 80′s that were subversively promoting race equality, gender equatlity etc, etc. i.e. the likes of Till Death Us Do Part, Mind Your Language, Love Thy Neighbour and Not The Nine O’clock News and the truly awful likes of Ben Elton. Even the Monty Pythons were at it to a certain degree which is why some of their members have finally seen how they undermined the nation and have now become depressed about it.

      You have to ask your self Cui Bono…who benefitted. One easy way is to look at who wrote them. Evenlook at who wrote Yes Minister.

      Unfortunately the BBC was the chief protagonist of these types of programmes.

      Look at todays crop of so called talent on shows like Mock the Week etc etc. They are perceived to be lefties….whereas their anti racist, pro womens rights agenda is actually libertarian. It is done to serve the Frankfurt Schools (Je*wish) economic agenda.

      Mrs Brown’s Boys (aside from the gay son aspect) is actually quite void of the subversive equalitarian/lib ertarian sub text given todays comedy offerings which is why many find it quite entertaining. It is quite rare on today’s TV.

      Did anyone see the Not The Nine O’clock News replays on BBC re the death of Mel Smith?
      They rather confirmed what I have written above.

  107. 395
    Two Dogs of Empiricism says:

    Congratulations to Robert Mugabe who has won the Zimbabwean elections again in an entirely free and fair vote.

    That someone who has held the reins of power for such a long period should be so unaffected by the trappings of power is verily a miracle.

  108. 399
    Universal Hiss says:

    Yes,very odd.

    Most of my conversation with Tech vanished overnight. Neither mentioned any particular races though.We were talking of intelligence gatherers.Spooky!

  109. 408
    Heel Patch says:

    Are Tweet wars trending, where is Lord Leveson when you need him?… asks Twatted-off.

  110. 409
    cotedebeaune says:


  111. 412
    have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

    a persons’ life span is something like a bit more that 5 score years and ten.
    So why do the people who want to manipulate the society bother ?
    what do they think they will get out of it ?
    by the time they are done with their sheenanegans then they will be past been excited about it. So the question remains, ” why do people continue to try to manipulate the society”
    have they made some sort of a pledge to an ancient organization ?
    do they feel that their life is inconsequential in the grand order of things ?
    or are they time travelers who are just having mischief ?
    I really do not understand why, given the transience of all this shit why somebody would bother.

    • 413
      have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

      I am one hundred and 2

  112. 414
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Freedom of Expression – as in Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) – it has served many and some moreso very well over the decades

    Yet who are they who now ‘want to pull it’ because too many good people have started to learn how powerful it is when used against those who want to close down and control the enlightened masses?

  113. 417
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Chilcot, Libya, Lockerbie, Hutton, De notice committee, BE AFRAID, BE VERY AFRAID – of ‘false flags’ they are the last desperate scrape of the barrel by failing states

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