August 26th, 2013

Rich’s Monday Morning View


645 Comments

  1. 1
    Mur Low says:

    I knew China has a poor human rights record, but surely putting a bottle of wine on trial for murder is shocking even by their standards? The news keeps mentioning the trial of Beaujolais.

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    • 5
      Sir Raz says:

      Pop the cap on a bottle of Yunnan Red and you will volunteer for the firing squad.

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      • 59
        Tory Jolly Green Liars says:

        I see another raving green council have been caught red handedly lying about green energy.

        Dover District Council ( Conservative natch ) want to install a wind turbine at their offices to promote ‘clean’ energy.

        The idea was so pursuasive that they had to lie about it. Trouble was, someone asked for actual facts and their entire reasoning fell to pieces.

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          One-term Dave says:

          Just like with HS2! *gulp*

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          • Percy says:

            I think Gideon’s abacus has crashed. If Railway companies want HS2 THEY should pay for it, some how I think their interest would rapidly diminish.

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          • Anonymous says:

            19th century technology for the UK. Why not? We might just have the skills to maintain it by the time it is built.

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          • Sir William Waid says:

            The problem is that, if they don’t build in HS2, the actual alternative will be no investment in transport infrastructure. Governments tend to be hopeless at capital-formation and we should support them when they propose some.

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          • rick says:

            “19th century technology for the UK”

            This is a step up from the medieval windmill technology Dave is foisting on the country.

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          Tony Blairs dodgy dossier says:

          That happened to me also

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          • V1le disgusting Labour trashed my Country says:

            This is a lie £80 Billion. The true cost will be at least £1 Trillion going by historic underestimates of huge capital projects.

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        • 390
          have you noticed that the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

          I think lots of little windmills on peoples roofs is a jolly good idea as opposed to the bloody stupid idea of building massive monstrosities all over the place.
          I know why they do it, it is because then THEY can control it, ask Tesla ( well you can’t I know but if you could he would agree)

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      Perhaps it is a Gay Train? says:

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        dai penniless says:

        HS2 = TSR2

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        • 88
          joolz says:

          NO TSR2 would have been a world beater, the americans forced us to cancel and destroy the program so we could get some much needed money.

          Also we ordered an american replacement that was years later and massively over budget.

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          • PO Prune says:

            The American replacement was 50 F-IIIK but that order was cancelled in 1968. Replacement for that was an RAF adaptation of the FAA’s Blackburn Buccaneer from a 1952 specification.

            Britain’s greatest enemy during the Cold War and ever since has been the British Government.

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        • 96
          Percy says:

          HS2 = Concord (transport for the super rich)

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          • One mishap and a Flight test is in Progress says:

            There are areas of Londonistan and Brum where I would not want to be travelling at 200mph on a railway track.

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          • Mornington Crescent says:

            There are areas of Londonistan and Brum where I would not want to be travelling.

            There – fixed it for you.

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          • Anonymous says:

            That is the stupidity of this government. All new development is to be put outside our towns and cities as we concrete over the green patches around them.

            Yet the major new transport link is to stop only in the centre of the cities that we will not redevelop properly.

            The link will be just for people, yet those people will be living outside the cities in the larger houses in the green field sites that give the best profits to the builders.

            It is like watching children organize their toys.

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      • 116
        Stephensons rocket says:

        What he does not consider is that flying is so cheap in the states that’s its akin to taking the bus. HS rail would never ever compete both in cost or time spent.
        As for France they are bust and have no money so not rocket science.

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        • 180
          Mine d'Boggles says:

          Sorry to hear that France is bust. Could it be those 83 operational nuclear power stations producing the cheapest electricity in Europe? You know, the stuff we import through the channel interconnector to supply over 5% of demand (so far today).

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          • Ma­q­boul says:

            Obviously not.

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          • Lord Stansted says:

            Soon, when we can’t generate enough of the stuff ourselves, the Frogs will be in the money.

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          • I'm a bit fick...but says:

            They have the nuclear power stations…BUT…. is it true they send all their nuclear waste to be buried under OUR feet? No wonder they don’t want us to leave the EU we may tell them to bury the shite under their own feet and that would give ‘em a seizure!

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    • 16
      Dave's special relationship with Hussain Obama says:

      Can a British PM legally order an attack on a country that has shown no aggression to Britain or has not been asked to by the World policeman?

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        A Lawyer says:

        It is grounds for section in him under the Mental Health Act.

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        • 67
          Grumpy Old Man says:

          That’s all right then, being loony is no longer a bar to sitting in Parliament, or Gordon and the entire Opposition front bench would have gone long ago.

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      • 48
        Living in 97.222% white Merseyside says:

        This was discussed in great detail the last time. I wonder if we will have millions on the streets demonstrating against it?

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        • 52
          The Left Feed on War says:

          Nope because the Leftists want this war to go ahead. And in the main it’s leftists that take to the street and protest.

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          • Living in 97.222% white Merseyside says:

            Middle England protested on a massive scale against the fox-hunting ban, against the export of live animals in the 1990’s and more recently and no doubt in the future, against fracking.

            Oh, and that nice Mr Blair’s first big problem, fuel duty escalator.

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        • 55
          Crystal Bollox says:

          I predict that the Libdems will sit on the fence.

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        • 58
          BBC and Propoganda says:

          There will be no protest. Those that run the BBC, the liberal Metro Elite have decided that this is a just war and have manipulated their broadcasts to reflect their view and more sinisterly to convince their audience that it is just and necessary.

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          • Tom Catesby says:

            Syria is not Iraq, Obama and his poodle Cameroon will need all the technology they’ve got for this one, Don’t forget, these guys have got WMD’s unlike Saddam. Of course we could try sending the great middle east ‘peacemaker’ Tony.B.Liar, who seems to have been curiously silent on this so far!

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          • The UK Press is not worth shit paper says:

            Go stateside press and read the plan. They will be using cruise missiles and glide weapons all launched from outside Syria in a limited campaign to knock out Assad’s WMD capability.

            The Yanks though for reason of Politics have insisted that Allies also take part.

            They say will be no ground forces involved but I’ve yet to see this sort of effort take place without an input from special forces.

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          • Neo Colonialist says:

            We need an Islamic Solution. It is called Turkey – as the colonial power until we sodded up the Middle East after 1918. We should allow France (who fouled up Syria while we fouled up Mesapotamia and Palestine) to take the lead in arranging for the US and its UK poodle to protect Turkey against any Russian (or Persian) interference.

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          • Sir William Waid says:

            The Arab nations of the Levant have had 65 years practice at self-government but they have yet to pass Grade 1. The problem isn’t Islam; other predominantly Muslim states govern themselves quite well, for instance Malaysia, Indonesia, Albania, Senegal, even the Comoros. The problem seems to lie in Arab society and its endemic tendencies to corruption and anger.

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      • 117
        Anthony Lynton Blair says:

        I did

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      • 159
        Anonymous says:

        Why because they attack those that criticise. There is no free speech with regard to government departments. If they fail to find some way of attacking the person highlighting the corruption, then they make some stories up.

        You will see in 2015. All recorded.

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        • 182
          Anonymous says:

          ANON 154.Do you ever stop whingeing ? do you have problems with authority in everyday life as well? i get so sick of thicko`s thinking they know better than the Government.

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        • 199
          Anonymous says:

          Why on earth should those that are not around to see the outcome of their own decisions be allowed to make decisions for those that suffer.

          The politicians are supposed to represent the people. The expertise is in the people. They are there to implement it. So yes the people who run the systems will always know better than the government about the subject. The politicians are only expert in implementing laws, they are not expert in the systems.

          Anyone that believes the opposite is someone that believes there are experts that need no experience. A very dangerous person.

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        • 204
          Anonymous says:

          PS. there is no authority in everyday life. As authority only exist if the laws are broken. There is no one that commands me as a slave.

          So why should I have a problem with authority? However we all have a problem with corrupt people in authority.

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      • 166
        rick says:

        “A british Government can do WTF it likes because brits are too timid to do anything about it.”

        In a nutshell. How can anyone add anything to that!

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        • 221
          have you noticed that the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

          it’s not that we are timid, it’s just that it will take a bit more than a thermonuclear war to get us riled up.

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          Anonymous says:

          ANON 154, part 4.You absolute cretin ! “slave” “corrupt people in authority” you need to enrol in classes to build your self esteem, you must be a nightmare to live with ! you are, admit it.

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        • 517
          Anonymous says:

          However, I might be able to master the computer mouse and put my comments in the right place.

          You must be a MP as you attack the person not the problem. Maybe we have met!

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      • 172
        Anonymous says:

        Yes, if the UN say so.

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      • 320
        Blair, Campbell, Straw, Scarlett, etc says:

        We can fix that for you.

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      • 620
        Anonymous says:

        Yes,especially after reducing the armed forces to a pathetic rump,disregarding recent
        experience,and thinking that anyone gives a flying fuck about Syria.

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      • 624
        MLK says:

        Tell the black muzzie bastard to fuck off.

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    • 324
      10.4 highway patrol says:

      SC, this is pathetic

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      Gideon says:

      When will we be rid of the black spot that is cameron?.

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  2. 2
    Contemporary Swampy talking to George Stephenson (1829) says:

    We can’t have people new railways. It will cost a fortune and do real damage to the countryside and environment.

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      polygenesis says:

      Only problem with that analogy is that we already have a rail network in place and dont need another, what is needed is investment in the rail network we already have. In 1829 there were no railways, you do understand that HS2 will siphon off all funding away from where its really needed.

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        Flying is faster cheaper and more efficient says:

        Ah yes, but you will get to Birmingham 20 minutes quicker than today. Though the fare will be treble what it is today.

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          Londoner says:

          I am happy not going to Birmingham as it is thank you.

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          • Living in 97.222% white Merseyside says:

            Oh Mr Porter what shall I do?
            I wanted to go to Birmingham
            But you’ve taken me on to – Karachi Central?

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          • Anonymous says:

            I think you mean Islamabrum

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          • V1le disgusting toxic Labour trashed my Country says:

            Are you feeling massively enriched in our super diverse multi-cultural shithouse of a Country?

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        • 24
          Gay Dave the Podgy Controller says:

          Or you could get in your car and Drive up to Brum and go directly to where it is you want to visit rather than pissing about waiting for a connection on Dave’s train set.

          Arriving at a London station is OK as you can just hop on a tube and get to where you want to b e within 30 mins but that ain’t so in Brum. At least the incumbent train network has stations on the way

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          Gay Dave the Podgy Controller says:

          Or you could get in your car and Dr1ve up to Brum and go directly to where it is you want to visit rather than pissing about waiting for a connection on Dave’s train set.

          Arriving at a London station is OK as you can just hop on a tube and get to where you want to be within 30 mins but that ain’t so in Brum. At least the incumbent train network has stations on the way

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          • Contemporary Swampy talking to George Stephenson (1829) says:

            Yes you could go by car and get stuck in one of the many traffic jams that we Brits love so much. The one thing that is definite is that the number of cars, lorries etc on motorways will continue to increase until the eventual day dawns on people that it is quicker by canal.

            And building new motorways is less of an option than new train lines.

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          • Nona says:

            Where are these traffic jams? I drive up and down the country and rarely see them, although I have to admit to not going into the M25 bit.

            But I have observed that the Highways Agency do like to over react and are quire gung-ho in closing off motorway lanes at every available opportunity they get, they even close them off for cars on the hard shoulder these days.

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          • Nona says:

            Where are these traffic jams? I dr1ve up and down the country and rarely see them, although I have to admit to not going into the M25 bit.

            But I have observed that the Highways Agency do like to over react and are quire gung-ho in closing off motorway lanes at every available opportunity they get, they even close them off for cars on the hard shoulder these days.

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          • Tory Jolly Green Liars says:

            Clearly swampy has never heard of Sat-Nav and it’s ability to highlight congestion areas and plot alternative routes. One day he may even join the 21st century, though it’s unlikely.

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          • Gordon says:

            Podgy controller, hmmm no one controls me, if they try to I get very, very angry

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          • Anonymous says:

            Contemporary:

            Go by canal. You must be kidding. THIS government has seen to it that the canals will die.

            Imagine an industrial site built for commercial use, like a port. One designed in the days before H&S, where safety was supplied by the skilled workers and the sheer number of people living and working on the site.

            Now take that site and force by law the removal of all knowledgeable people. Sell off all the houses built to house the workers that over see the dangerous workings. Force all the workers off site and out of sight. In fact remove all the people possible without providing a substitute way of monitoring.

            Now encourage all the unfamiliar ignorant people to ride bikes at high speed around the dangerous workings. Let children play on the working with no adult in sight. Rent out the old industrial vehicles to drunk holiday makers that have no concepts of the force required to stop 20 tonnes. Have deep water pools and no means of escape. Facilitate the tipping of all waste and rubbish on the site by the removal of any people that can observe.

            Would any government with any sense support these actions. So why did they put the canals in the hands of the clearly incompetent charity.

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          Mike Portaloo says:

          What is Birmingham? HS2 is to enable more people to come to London and spend money or work. The only people it’s supposed to help to get oop t’north are MPs on Thursday afternoons and BBC employees to Madchester — and we’ll be paying their fares.

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        Contemporary Swampy talking to George Stephenson (1829) says:

        Ah – you mean the south.

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    • 51
      The Mad Bitch of Buenos Aires says:

      Sockpuppet whipping himself up into a tat-like frenzy. Up the dosage.

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    • 292
      Officer Dibble says:

      For £50 billion you could bulldoze Brimingham and rebuild it 20 mins nearer London.

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  3. 3
    Fat Controller says:

    I don’t understand, nor much like this cartoon. Any gold bricks emerging from H2S will most certainly not be scattered across the countryside.

    I shall be taking great care about where gold bricks end up.

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      Actually says:

      Those gold bricks will end up, in part, with one of the most corrupt corporations in the world, Siemens.

      Google Siemens corruption for details.

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        Fat Controller says:

        I’ll have you know that Siemens flew through the contractor pre-qualification process, clean as a whistle – at least they will have, once the title deeds to that rather agreeable villa in Santorini are in my solicitor’s hands.

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          The cat in the hat says:

          It will be interesting to see if, after this overly expensive scheme is ditched, any public money has to be paid out to compensate participants in the scheme.

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          • Percy says:

            More than likely, I think they are trying to see into the future, with Londonistan airports at their limits with the number of passengers, they see HS2 as very easy alternative to building a another airport as Borus wants, to provide a fast connection to the north (bearing in mind any where north of the M25 is near the North pole) and Scotland. As pointed out they cannot maintain their existing infrastructure (rail and road) any one seen the state of the roads lately or the condition of railways admittedly vastly improved upon from a very low base ~40 years ago. What these planners do not seem to get through their heads is that you can build a fast like road or rail between 2 or more points but if the approaches to the destination are not provided for you get the blockages. When Dave Caves goes (first Class of course) on a rail journey everything will beheld up so his train runs smoothly and bang on time, so he sees no problem.

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          • Ready brek kid says:

            What like we would have to do if we cancel the 2nd aircraft carrier you mean. In fact it’s cheaper to build it than cancel it. How they ever signed that off is an utter scandal.

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          • Percy says:

            This lot kept Gordy’s project on, then decided they wanted to use US aircraft and after 2 years then changed their minds again back the original aircraft, both change of minds cost in the region of £400M each

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    • 61
      A man from Slough says:

      There are no gold bricks. Gordon sold them.

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      Cartoon Watch says:

      Fools gold.

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  4. 4
    DAVE Fuckwit CAMERMONG says:

    I say What ! “We must take action against Syria ” I’m sending both of our troops over there to fire catapults and wave pointy sticks at them
    That should show the blighters What !

    Pips Peeps !

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      Dave goes for replay of August 1914 says:

      Just send them over with a box of Swan Vesta matches as the effect will be the same as launching the UK’s limited stock of cruise missiles at £1 million a time and much much cheaper…the whole region aflame

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    • 7
      Dream On Dave says:

      A sad, sad situation for Britain and the Conservative party that this idiot is in No.10.

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        The British Public says:

        Sad? It is utter lunacy.

        Syria is none of our business

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      • 186
        Anonymous says:

        It would be fecking tragic if it were Labour in power !

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          Casual Observer says:

          Indeed, but only in name.

          With Dave we have a continuation of Labour policy and practice which is the problem and why he is a disgrace.

          Those who voted Conservative last time I am sure did not vote for this.

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      • 246
        Ready brek kid says:

        In case you missed it Labour are calling for an attack now. Any Burnham has been on Sky stating just that. Thank feck we have Cameron there to at least take a measured view before committing rather than like the lunatic lefties who just want to shoot first and ask questions after in a situation that has little to do with us anyway.

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        • 259
          Socialism = Starvation says:

          Odd really, as the Ba’athists are closer to Labour than any other British party, secular, socialist and vile.

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        • 276
          Anonymous says:

          god, you Tories are thick

          Burnham never calls for attacks without hedging it with all sorts of privisos so that in reality he is obviously saying don’t do it but in a its-all-the-governments-fault what ever they do way. It’s a cheap political trick used by all the liblabcons. It works with dumb arse twats like you.

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    • 139
      Percy says:

      Dave thinks, “The EU election looms and 20 months the GE must have a war but must make sure we win, got find work for all those soldiers, sailors, airmen, oh, and I will be applauded by the great British public. Vote Con. Vote Dave!”

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      • 247
        Ready brek kid says:

        It’s Labour calling for an attack not this coalition. At least gets your facts right before you fill this blog with utter bullshit

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        • 256
          DAVE Fuckwit CAMERMONG says:

          Err It was Cameron who phoned Obama and told him “we must act”
          Well you are “acting ” Dave , acting like you give a fuck

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        • 306
          Percy says:

          Hasn’t it occurred to you, LIEBORE IS NOT IN POWER

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          • hang on a min says:

            If Labour calls for us to intervene in Syria, surely the Tories should realise they must do exactly the opposite.

            Labour would love nothing more than the Tories getting embroiled in a messy, unwinnable, expensive Middle East conflict just before an election….

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      Mamata Ma Hat says:

      FFS make the towel heads pay up front for the cruise missles etc, we have got to make a profit out of this one , the only bonus will be all the women and children the misssles will eliminate (it never seems to amaze me how this missles and drones seem to be able to select women and children).
      Anyway get on with it you know it makes sense, but when are we going to use the proper weapons that are a game changer, and when will be starting forced repatration.

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    Ye Don't Say says:

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      The unraveling fraud says:

      But, but, but, all those warming models and computer programs, didn’t show any plateau, in fact they show temperatures climbing directly with atmospheric CO2 levels.

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      • 27
        The Jolly Green Scam Artist says:

        Don’t be silly. This is not about science, it is about belief in the Earth Godess being repaid by fat salaries for her priesthood. Just pay your taxes, sucker.

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        • 144
          Anonymous says:

          Yes it certainly is a religion.

          If shown an contradicting example they will not believe.

          They ask for your “sources”. What they mean is, they need to know which book you follow.

          They ask who backs the ideas. That means they want to know your evangelist.

          Not believing is not an option, everyone must be a believer in another religion.
          That confirms the person to be a “blind follower” that can not even comprehend others having an open mind.

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        • 627
          Al Gore says:

          Its a con.

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      • 39
        Troughing Bastid says:

        wobble-wobble-wobble… natural system variability …gobble-gobble-gobble… atmospheric Rossby waves …blobble-blobble-blobble… falling tropopause

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      • 53
        The Mad Bitch of Buenos Aires says:

        In other words, the alarmists don’t have to prove anything for another 20 years.

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    • 25
      Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:

      Please delete that comment.

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    • 30
      Bullshit Absorber says:

      ….Should I be worried as I am 97 you know?

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    • 90
      bergen says:

      Most people realise that it has been vastly overstated but no-one will confess because they’re all up to their necks in this nonsense-EdM will his Climate Change Act, Dave with his windmills, Cleggie with his grassroots ecoloons.

      Science? It’s the modern alchemy.

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    • 141
      Weather says:

      Global Warming: Where fraud and mainly lefty propaganda subverted science.

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      • 281
        Anonymous says:

        Thatcher was the first British fuckwit to agree with the propaganda subverted science.

        Of course, she was a really thick cυnt.

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        • 300
          Not another Pom says:

          Lady Thatcher, read a copy of “Statecraft”, her last book in 2002, in which she explains that she had changed her views on the issue and had taken a much more sceptical approach, given the haste with which those who would use any excuse to increase state power had hopped onto the climate change bandwagon.

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          • yeah yeah yeah says:

            The fuckwit tried to pretend it was nothing to do with her. After she had done the damage.

            Just like all the other things the piece of shit pretended had nothing to do with her decisions – she was on holiday at the time. ha ha ha

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    • 297
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

      In translation:

      Looney leftie fuckwit talks out of his arse, shocker!

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      • 345
        the sun has got his hat on says:

        The BBC can’t even get basic weather forecasts right.
        My barometer and a 40 year old weather house is more accurate.

        So I wouldn’t take any notice of experts pontificating about climate change.

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    • 640
      geordieboy says:

      I don’t give a shit how warm it gets as long as my heating bills go down. If the Southern European countries can manage to live in a continuously warm climate so can we and we wouldn’t have to go there for a two week sunshine break. So fuck the climate change doom mongers.

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    Gordon Brown says:

    Today I shall be attending the local motion picture outlet in Kirkcaldy to watch production entitled The Smurfs No.2, during which I shall consume a prudent bottle of prune juice and enjoy a bag of rice cakes. Because it’s the right thing to do.

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  7. 13
    Tony, Middle-East Peace Envy says:

    Well that’s another fine mess I’ve got you into!

    Good luck everyone

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    polygenesis says:

    Who needs a powerful armed forces in this day and age? From the day Cameron and his lover Clegg got married in the ‘coalition of the deluded’ they have dismantled the UK armed forces with the fanatical glee of a CND/green party coalition. Tens of billions pissed up the wall on foreign aid for essentials like space programmes for India and Nigeria and Swiss bank accounts for despots, that is what the ‘coalition of the retarded’ is all about.

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    • 22
      Britannia says:

      Sad but true. Time to arrest the pair of them.

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    • 32
      The unraveling fraud says:

      Look, you should ‘feel proud’ that your money, taken by force from you, is being pissed away on useless junk, whores and exclusive French villas, by third world despots, dictators and sundry haters of the UK.

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      • 36
        Hagues Shil says:

        Yeah. It should be being spent on useless junk, whores and exclusive English town houses with basements by third world despots, dictators and sundry haters of the UK.

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      • 46
        Dave says:

        It could being pissed away on useless junk, whores and exclusive English town houses with mega-basements, by third world despots, dictators and sundry haters of the UK.

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      Gay Dave the Podgy Controller says:

      That’s not correct actually although the Press would have you believe so. The cuts in armed service personnel have all been closely worked through with the chiefs of staff and do not affect operational capability.

      The serious cuts have been in defence procurement and have been a long time coming and a long time needed. Having seen it and worked with it first hand I would say this is only the beginning. But it does depend on how you regard the objectives of defence procurement, to provide first class kit for the armed services or a gravy train for the arms manufacturers and civil service.

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  9. 31
    William Vague says:

    Don’t worry lads, it’ll all be over by Eid al-Adha

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    polygenesis says:

    The voice of islamofascism the BBC is moaning about why muslims are being stopped and questioned at airports, apparently its the new high crime for the security services to ask muslim men why they are travelling to terror hot spots.

    What goes on at the BBC when they decide on which stories to investigate? Oh yes lets ignore the mass murder of Christians in Egypt and Syria by islamists and concentrate on why a few suspicious looking muslim men are stopped at airports.

    If we have an enemy in the form of islamofascism we need to include their BBC collaborators as well, of all the things for the BBC to moan and wail about the plight of young muslim men with beards being stopped at UK airports must rank as one of the most ridiculous complaints the islamofascist dominated BBC has ever come up with.

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      They are Bastards. That's the BBC says:

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      luvvin the bleedin obvious says:

      “security services to ask muslim men why they are travelling to terror hot spots”

      About bloody time.

      But does it include Woolwich?

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      The Emir says:

      Everyone with a beard should be denied entry to the the UK and that includes women, make it happen.

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    Lost in Clacton says:

    I have been to Birmingham by train twice in the last 20 years.

    I look forward to the new line.

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    • 66
      Living in 97.222% white Merseyside says:

      No surprise that Liverpool is excluded from HS2. I suppose people will have to travel to Richard Branson’s “Manchester Hub” and change there.

      It was once so different.

      Lime Street – Euston
      Central – Marylebone or St Pancras
      Birkenhead Woodside – Paddington
      Riverside – Boat trains to London, usually Euston.

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    • 70
      What a dump says:

      I have been to Birmingham once in the last twenty years. That was enough to last ten lifetimes.

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      • 88
        A taxpayer who's expected to cough up £4,000 for HS2 says:

        I went to Birmingham’s NEC – by car – 17 years ago. It wasn’t any good.

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    • 289
      Anonymous says:

      Unfortunately for me, where I live means Birmingham counts as a large shopping centre that sometimes has to be gone to (though Nottingham is far superior in all good ways).

      What is so hilariously awful about horrible Brum is illustrated by the Selfridges store being way more snotty than the real one in London, and it’s rubbish.

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  12. 38
    Village Idiot says:

    ….The countries that have HSRail,are they financially sound,with low unemployment and no national debt?????

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  13. 41
    Contemporary Swampy talking to George Stephenson (1829) says:

    Let’s face it if it were not for Liblabcon pro- immigration policies we wouldn’t need new railways or roads or airports.

    Like

  14. 42
    Joe Bloggs and Tweets Too says:

    So Call Me Dave and Georgie Boy have made another mess
    The stink they’ve raised with HS2 is worse than H2S.

    Like

    • 60
      Contemporary Swampy talking to George Stephenson (1829) says:

      Yeah whereas the smell from petrol and diesel fumes from cars and lorries on our streets is like spring flowers.

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  15. 45
    Jane Birkin from Paris says:

    I went to buy a TGV ticket from Paris a while back and I soon realised I would need to arrange a mortgage.

    I do not know whether it is me but the rail workers always seem to be striking about something, retiring at 50 and insisting on time off in addition to maternity and paternity leave.

    What with all the subsidies SNCF gets from the taxpayer I believe it is cheaper to just drive out of Paris top up with a tank of petrol and pay those private companies their inflated toll fees.

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  16. 47
    Joss Ayinglike says:

    Expect no help from cheese-eating surrender monkeys….

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  17. 62
    G says:

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    • 75
      Actually says:

      Bill Gaygue looks at home among the despotic Arab sodomites. I wonder why?

      Like

    • 77
      dai penniless says:

      yes – its not so much that we could ever achieve Robin Cook’s moral foreign policy – but there’s a strong case for running foreign policy from and at home – the lower the budget the fewer the temptations

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      • 102
        have you noticed that the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

        it’s cool that those guys carry a table cloth about on their heads, always ready for a meal, I can see that.

        Like

      • 146
        The EU has failed says:

        It is simple enough. All countries that sound like they end in ‘rear’ should be split into two countries. It worked for Korea. Look at how well they get on. So why not Syria, Algeria, Bulgaria, etc? It makes as much logical sense as linking earth tremors with fracking.

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    • 154
      Englishman says:

      The bail skipper Assange? No chance of ‘freedom’ whatsoever, I hope.

      Like

  18. 64
    The EU has failed says:

    Earthquakes in Blackpool. Shame the anti-fracking twats can’t blame it on that. Imagine the furore if they had been drilling in the area.

    Like

    • 65
      Such a relief says:

      But they can blame it on the Global warming for melting the glaciers

      Like

      • 85
        Dianne Fatbutt says:

        Global warming means no more choc-ices.

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      • 92
        Living in 97.222% white Merseyside says:

        Even if we get tremors in Merseyside nothing is going to shake my solid as the Rock of Gibraltar benefits and pensions!

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      • 115
        Mornington Crescent says:

        They’ll blame it on the badger cull – which is their target this week.

        It shouldn’t last beyond this week though, as Job Centre Plus should be hauling them in for their fortnightly interview next week to see if they’ve been “actively seeking work”.

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    • 149
      Anonymous says:

      It was in the Irish sea and they are drilling. It was also very close to the surface.

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      • 165
        The EU has failed says:

        They are only drilling off-shore wind farms.

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        • 171
          The EU has failed says:

          “A leading seismologist today confirmed earthquakes felt by Fylde coast residents were a “natural event” – and not part of any activity by gas firms in the area.

          Shocked residents who felt two tremors yesterday morning had questioned whether they were connected to seismic testing currently being carried out by Halite Energy in Knott End or previous exploratory drilling work by shale gas firm Cuadrilla Resources Ltd.

          Philip Mitchell, of Blackpool and Fylde Green Party, has called for a “proper investigation into what caused” the tremors.

          But Glenn Ford, seismologist at the British Geological Survey, said: “These earthquakes appear to be no different from the few hundred or so natural events that are recorded by the BGS seismograph network every year and there is no reason to conclude they are cause of any fracking processes.”

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          • Anonymous says:

            There are no records of earthquakes in the Blackpool area of that size.

            It is like denying there was no explosion at a quarry and stating that there were many gun shots heard over the years and that makes it OK.

            Also at 5km depth it is in the zone of the gas drilling. Also why would one group state the area was secure for radioactive burying and another that it was normal for earthquakes.

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

            I hope the tower was built to withstand these earthquakes

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          • broderick crawford says:

            Phillip Mitchell ???
            Is he moonlighting from his day job at the Arches in Eastenders ?

            ( that ‘s assuming he’ still there —- i have not seen the sad dirge for the past ten years and my gp says my depressive state pre 2003 is completely cured )

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          • broderick crawford says:

            Glenn Ford ???!!!

            are they all failed actors up in Blackpool ???

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        • 177
          Anonymous says:

          So those gas rigs do not exist! They also are drilling from the land.

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          • Hypocrisy of Greenpeace says:

            Yet again the greens Cherry pick their science. When the scientists say that yesterday’s quake was caused by relief of pressure from when the glaciers melted, the greens say the scientists are wrong and it must be fracking.

            Best the greens don’t rely on science for proving a global warming that dies not exist then.

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          • Anonymous says:

            What has it to do with GW? How on earth can a scientist know when they can not even provide the means to predict the most drilled and active earthquake zone in the world. They are just reporters.

            They certainly could not have come up with a conclusive answer so quickly. Any answer at this stage can only be a theory. You seem ignorant of even the idea of science.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Try looking up the pressure used in fracking and then equate that to a few km thick ice sheet. It might be a suprise?

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          • Rock on Tommy says:

            The whole of the mainland is tilting back to how it was before the glaciers came down from the North and weighed heavy on Jockland and pivoting the SE from beneath the sea.

            Jockland is now rising up and London going back beneath the waves

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  19. 68
    Miliband SITREP says:

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  20. 69
    The bowlers holding the batsmans Willie says:

    In Sydney’s Daily Telegraph Robert Craddock summed up what many Aussie cricket fans have been saying.

    “This England team is not a great side. It belongs in the realms of the very good. But what it has consistently displayed is an ability to stay composed and read, ride and shape the rhythms of a Test match.”

    Typical winging Ozzies

    If they aren’t a great side yet they still beat you 4 -0 then your Ozzie side must be truly shit.

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  21. 84
    the general public says:

    Well this is different……contains some satire!

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  22. 86
    Tom Catesby says:

    The sort of sums being talked about for the cost of the new ‘high speed’ link, would be better and more effectively spent on upgrading the present system.
    Most of my neighbours who travel by train to work would love a good, reliable and economic service to the Leeds and Manchester conurbations. Services at our local unmanned station have been reduced in an attempt to close it down, we campaigned for years incidently to get a station reopened after the Beeching ‘axe’. The spurious arguement is that less people are using the service( caused by the old trick of reducing the timetable, if there’s no train you can’t use it!) Local passenger and campaigners have recently had some limited success in halting this process. After years of campaigning and negotiating, we are now seeing engineering works in progress to re-establish and renovate existing,but disused track and signal infrastructure to provide services once again out of Lancashire via West Yorkshire to connect with the North West rail system, allowing effective cross Pennine services to Manchester, Merseyside and linking with the national network via that route. Many would argue that this is the most cost effective and sensible use of money to improve rail infrastucture and generate economic activity in the regions and the nation. I feel many residents in some of the leafy tory shireswould also agree.

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    • 105
      Living in 97.222% white Merseyside says:

      Remember the Woodhead route? An electrified inter-city line between Manchester and Sheffield and closed to passengers about 1970?

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  23. 93
    have you noticed that the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

    who is it meant to be ?

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  24. 95
    dai penniless says:

    its comfortable travelling to London at current speeds

    the needs are
    a) gradual improvement of service quality/reliability
    (inc more legroom)

    and
    b) greater capacity

    since the latter will be required by freight too – HS2 is a hindrance to development

    perhaps Swiss Railways should be subbed the job

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    • 134
      The EU has failed says:

      You have a point. The Swiss can build railways up to the top of mountains fro a few tourists. We can’t even afford to build them on the flat for millions of commuters.

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    • 229
      Alexsandr says:

      we also have to remember the faster you go the more energy you need. HS2 will be electrified so the leccy guzzling trains will be using megawatts we dont have cos we have shut all the power stations.

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      • 373
        Railman says:

        And the faster you go , the more frequently the rails need replacing. This is steel to steel contact with very high wear rates. Imagine if your car had bearings that were just steel on steel, with no lubricant. They would last 5 minutes. Railways are 19th century and only suited to countries with money to burn.
        Car firms abandoned rail transport for new cars because of the damage to paintwork caused by hot metal fragments…

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    • 298
      Diversity Officer says:

      You don’t need more legroom for smaller Asians.

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  25. 97
    Owen Jones says:

    Love Indian food? Then why don’t you move there!

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  26. 100
    Thre Cheers for Vladimir says:

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  27. 103
    bergen says:

    I remember someone telling me that there is a line axed by Beeching to the Midlands that is largely still intact as far as land, cuttings etc is concerned but it couldn’t be resurrected for ultra fast “supertrains”. If capacity is one of the problems why not just use this line again for extra normal traffic.

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  28. 121
    Pantsdown says:

    Why is Paddy Ashdown always wheeled out whenever there’s some conflict going on? And he does love his hyperbole. He said Syria is now “approaching end game”. Christ, he talks like a film trailer voiceover.

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    • 130
      It's not a vocation it's a state of mind says:

      He was a an officer in the SBS. Gives him more right than most I suppose.

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    • 132
      The BBC says:

      Lord Ashdown is always good for a sound bite and filler statement, he never refuses to comment any time day or night. In fact we can’t keep the Twat from phoning our switchboard 24/7 asking to be given a slot on air.

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      • 151
        The BBC demands war...now, to-day !!! says:

        Normally have no time for Major Paddy or his opinions but he was right when he says the British Media need to calm down and stop telling us war is imminent….and says that US media is much more even in its reporting…but then again the British media always tends to urge the country to get into a war(as they did with Iraq)and then spend the next 10 years telling everybody that they were against it

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    • 167
      Eddie Mair says:

      That’s good to hear. I’ll give Paddy a call now and book him for PM this evening. I take every opportunity to give him a voice on the radio.

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    • 563
      Xerxes says:

      Paddy Pantsdown is such a pompous fcuking oaf.

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  29. 128
    Coming Out says:

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    • 233
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      Photo of a casting session for “The Witches of Eastwick II”. The Eagle Sisters are shoo-ins, it’s just the third witch they’re looking for.

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    • 248
      We have solid evidence! says:

      B1lly Vague: “Can you believe the stupid public are only falling for the same stunt again!”

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    • 361
      Anonymous says:

      Hilliary seems to have a soft spot for William Hague, i have noticed it before.

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  30. 133
    Hornby double o gauge says:

    Oh sorry wrong blog..

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  31. 138
    Dave says:

    Problem is it is difficult to do a U-turn with an HS2,

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  32. 145
    Labour and the left have got a dud hahaha says:

    Miliband hits new opinion poll low as just 21% of voters think he’s doing a good job

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2401993/Miliband-hits-new-opinion-poll-low-just-21-voters-think-hes-doing-good-job.html#ixzz2d44k3i3k
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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  33. 160
    Sicker and sicker says:

    Still, isn’t it good to know your taxes are have now been paid to the family of an IRA terrorist murdered three years ago by his IRA colleagues.
    He’s a victim too apparently.

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    • 169
      The Loony Left says:

      We’re ALL victims !!!

      We’re whiners, not winners !

      We’re exploited, not explorers !

      We want a hand-out, not a hand-up !

      We’re users, not useful !

      We’ve got entitlements, not entrepreneurialism !

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    • 178
      Lord Beancounter says:

      We should give the protestants all the money they need to annihilate all the taighs. Kill the fucking lot of them.

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    • 566
      Compo says:

      They usually only get murdered when they’re working for MI5.

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    • 574
      Better than bailing out banks says:

      How much would it cost for us to pay the IRA for them all to murder each other?

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    • 582
      NE Frontiersman says:

      His family are proud to say that his ‘name has been cleared’ because he WASN’T an informer on a bunch of fascist thugs, but a stand-up, reg’lar one himself.

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  34. 161
    A coolie says:

    The inflated cost of HS2 is a waste.

    To build a railway cost efficient one needs to follow the US. Cheap labour from Ch!na is the way to do it, with locally produced steel.

    These days Ch!na can offer turn key solutions at a fraction of the cost of out of date inferior quality European firms.

    There is no point in wasting money keeping wasteful European contractors and labour going. For the Keynes effect to work the investment must be domestic. For sensible technology upgrade and more efficient labour one should go with Ch!na not Europe.

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  35. 162
    A Fag Packet Back says:

    8,000,000,000 pounds to build the line.

    Ignoring costs of rolling stock, staff and upkeep

    Say a ticket costs 100 pounds

    8,000,000,000 divided by 1000 equals 80,000,000 passengers required to pay the bill.

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  36. 170
    Mehdi Hasan says:

    Ohhhhhhh, this should be interesting! http://fb.me/13AG3WrlS

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  37. 176
    Chelsea Manning says:

    Sky will be moving their assets into the region. They will be unboxing Alex ‘bonkers’ Crawford.

    She will be ready for another Syria rant about men and tanks as penis’s……

    IP blocking yet again.

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  38. 179
    Chelsea Manning says:

    So we’re on the brink of war with Syria. What is the BBC doing then?

    Did we get a phone on on radio 5 about it? Nope, we got one on shitty cricket instead.

    Now the BBC is doing some shit about dating retards (well OK that might be useful for Tory mongs)

    The British media is effectively on a black out over Syria.

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    • 198
      Bolshevik Brainwashing Co-operative says:

      The science is settled. Debate is futile. All who oppose war are racist.

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    • 203
      Anonymous says:

      Please stop R 5 phone ins ! they really make you lose the will to live.They encourage every half wit with a phone to contribute and its always dire !

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    • 211
      BBC fail to find one caller who supports action says:

      All too busy getting MoD passes; drawing their steel helmets; bullet prof vests complete with kevlar and getting fitted for their anti-biological suits from stores

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  39. 181
    Seth the pig farmer says:

    Found this elsewhere, although my sympathies are with the poor British taxpayer not the German voter.

    “The poor German voter, though likely to vote Angela back into power next month, is becoming increasingly unwilling to bear the brunt of Greece’s next bailout – likely, when it comes to it, to be significantly larger than the figure now being ‘leaked’ by the Commission. And since German investors also have the most to lose from a ‘haircut’ on the Greek banks this is not too popular an option either. The latest wheeze is to increase an EU handout of structural funds – ERDF as we know it in the UK – by the value of the bailout, allowing Greece to use existing domestic funds for the bailout. Except of course that non-Euro nations such as the UK pay for ERDF.

    ERDF has traditionally been the mechanism by which tax funds from northern Europe are transferred by the EU to the Mafia and other criminal organisations and to bent and corrupt politicians across the Olive belt. The remainder is used to build motorways going nowhere and unused airports. Greece is a nation notoriously infested with bent and corrupt politicians, who no doubt have recently been feeling the pinch in the proceeds of theft, fraud and peculation. The latest bail out will be designed to buy-back their loyalty to the Commission. Getting the UK to contribute to this is the icing on the cake for Merkel.”

    http://raedwald.blogspot.co.uk/?m=0

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    • 251
      Heir Merkel says:

      But vee are borrowing at ze 1% und lending to ze greeks at ze 8%, vot iz not to like dunbkoft!

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      • 307
        Universal Hiss says:

        Small problem with that.You’ll be stuck with your 1% after the Greeks run off with all your money & smash your plates too.

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  40. 183
    Alistair Darling says:

    HS1 & HS2

    It’s a good idea, it’s a bad idea, it’s a good idea, it’s a bad idea, it’s a good idea, it’s a bad idea.
    Things must be really bad for labour.

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    • 192
      The Ed Militwerp Policy Answering Machine says:

      Hello. We’re cuwwently having a polithy reviewww. Goodbye.

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    • 387
      people seem to like him but he's a conman like the rest says:

      Alistair, flip-flopping as he did with his expenses.

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    • 418
      The Badger says:

      It was great to be able to announce an unfunded grand project like HS2 when in government. It was worth a few votes, and made it look like we had the country’s future at heart. Of course now Labour are out of power, and are a financially responsible party, we realise that such a massively expensive project is completely unaffordable. We are also on the side of all the English whose villages and homes will be blighted by the project. However, we would revive the project on regaining power, if it had been abandoned in the meantime.

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    • 643
      Anonymous says:

      He is only worried that an independent Scotland won’t be able to afford the high speed link north of Leeds

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  41. 185
    Alyingstare Campbell says:

    Hi all ! I see that the Sainted Tone’s tenure as Middle East Peace Envoy hasn’t quite lived up to expectations but then neither did his ten years as PM deliver anything apart from massive Debt and massive enrichment.

    I can add to the Debt and enrichment by helping ‘sex up’ any documents or ‘evidence’ you have to hand. Gimme a shout when you need me. Oh, bring money too. I’m a champagne socialist, dontcha know ?

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    • 196
      Heel Patch says:

      Tone and peace envoy go together like Gordon and fiscal prudence, Mr *Boom* and Mr Bust.

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    • 250
      Field Marshal Dave says:

      Thanks for the offer Allistare. We could do with a bit of professional help with the sexed up lies about Syria.

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  42. 189
    Heel Patch says:

    I’m looking on the bright side, statistical speaking I’ll be dead long before the rail line gets opened, pity they can’t re-vamp the canal system instead at a fraction of the cost, the lines of communication are already in place done by some people 250 years ago that understood about commerce, infrastructure, engineering and cost control.

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  43. 202
    Raving Loon says:

    Can we not remain neutral in the Syrian civil war? Why do we have to get involved?

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    • 240
      FUCK OFF WILLY BUM VAGUE AND GAY DAVE says:

      Because we are two k w e e r s who want to show how tough we are on prime time telly

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    • 282
      Cider with Rosie says:

      Can’t we just treat it like the Spanish Civil war, only this time all the lefties can go out there with the all the angry muzzies who are biding their time here until England gets its own sectarian war.

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  44. 205
    Contemporary Swampy talking to George Stephenson (1829) says:

    You have to wonder why railways in most other countries are far cheaper to use and to build. Is it just the British attitude or what? Britain was the first country to make railways commercially. Lots of private rail companies made lots of money both building and running them.

    So what has changed other than Liblabcon governments?

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  46. 222
    Surgical Strike says:

    Yum yum. More war. Prepare the operating theatre.

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  47. 230
    Comrade Delta says:

    Any of you sexy ladies want to join my party?

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  48. 231
    C.O.Jones says:

    After an illegal war in Syria we can concentrate on HS3.

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  49. 234
    Blowing Whistles says:

    *** Other News ***

    Large but dangerous furry female with 2 black eyes is apparently pregnant.

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  50. 236
    Blowing Whistles says:

    200 miles per hour gravy-train hits buffers. No survivors hopefully.

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  51. 239
    a non says:

    Good bit of subliminal support for gay sex eh Rich.
    Be honest your cartoon has little to do with HS2 and the train going into / coming out of a dark tunnel is just your way of supporting Dave’s move toward same sex marriages.
    80 billion spermatozoa sprayed everywhere seems to be par for the coarse.

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  52. 244
    Vladimir says:

    Mr. Cameron. All you are is Prime Minister of a bankrupt little island off Europe.
    Stop trying to pose as a World Policeman. You are a fucking idiot.

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  53. 252
    Trainspotter says:

    Taxpayer:
    So how fast does it go?

    Politician:
    About 1 million pounds a second.

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    • 270
      Mrs Edit Thirkettle aged 96 from Godalming says:

      It’s actually £169 per second.

      Construction takes 15 years from 2017 to 2032. Divide £80 billion by 15 = £5,333,333,333.33 per year, which is £14,611,872.15 per day (not taking into account leap yaers), £608,828.01 per hour, £10,147.13 per minute and.. £169.12 per second.

      Then, of course, there’s all the debt interest over however many decades (centuries?) we take to pay off the loans.

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      • 280
        The tit soon to be booted out of no. 10 says:

        pay …. off … the …. loans

        
        

        No, that’s a concept that doesn’t ring any bells with me.

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  54. 254
    Consipracy Nut says:

    Watch WW3 is being started in Syria.

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  55. 258
    DAVE Fuckwit CAMERMONG says:

    I say What ! It’s nice to see that every fat fucker in the country , no longer has to bother even attempting walking , as we have supplied them all with electric wheelchairs and cars on mobility

    Talk about a system thats being abused , the fat fuckers will never lose any weight sat on their fat arses on scooters !

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    • 268
      Diane Fatbott says:

      Why do we need food banks if the Nation is experiencing an obesity epidemic ?

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    • 315
      Told You So says:

      Too fuckin’ right. The shops are full of the fat fucks. You cannot walk along the pavement for the fat fucks trying to get past. If you drove a car or motorbike like that Mr Plod would be on your back. No wonder nobody goes into town centres.

      20 years of anticar policies bearing fruit; it is slowly dawning on the dull fuckers that motorists buy stuff because they can store it and then take it home. Egocentric cyclists just hold up traffic, buy nothing and knock over pedestrians at red traffic lights.

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  56. 263
    Bongo Bongo Land comes to London Town says:

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  57. 269
    C.O.Jones says:

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  58. 272
    Occam's Razor says:

    Make all platforms a bit longer, add an extra carriage to all trains. Capacity problem sorted.

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  59. 279
    Chelsea Manning says:

    Remember each cruise missile we fire off cost at least 1 million per shot. Considering we’re broke how can Cambumboymongeron and gideon cuuntboy afford it?

    If these two Tory bumtwats can afford it then give us a fucking tax cut you Tory shitbags.

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  60. 286
    cheche says:

    this will keep the plebs occupied while they let the romanians and bulgarians in.hence support from the bbc

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  61. 290
    Caroline Lucas says:

    I’m powered by a large battery. I live a fossil fuel free life, why when they arrested me, the other day, I walked 10 miles barefoot to the police station.
    My house is powered from my bodily wastes, it smells foul, but I’ve gotten use to it.

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    • 305
      Anonymous says:

      “gotten”

      My God, you’re a foreigner!

      Fuck off.

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      • 376
        The yoo esss offa says:

        Yank probably

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        • 446
          Ol' Crummy says:

          Else four hundred years old. ‘Tis a word I have used once or twice.

          ‘Twas more common we should think, in the 16th Century than in my time, but it had not been unheard in the Commonwealth of England under my Protectorate. Some in those days, such as the Quakers, still even said “thee” and “thou” although such was archaic even then.

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      • 447
        Blowing Whistles says:

        You really are some ‘prick’ with ‘form’ [noted] who jumps to all manner of false conclusions when someone innocently uses an americanism.

        Dumbrse – your the dumbrse armchair general/judge get the fuck off this website.

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  62. 293
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Todays quiz is – Who’s sitting on the fence now and wearing a rather more circumspect ‘Hat’ than when he was one of Blairs most fervent war mongering cheerleaders?

    His invective is still there with emotive words but he doesn’t want the public to remember that back then, he was ‘full on’ and right behind Blair; because that would show what a hypocrite he really is and that his credibility is zero in reality?

    Journo’s who speak with forked-tongues must also be held to account?

    The Suns out today.

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    • 319
      Alistair Campbell says:

      Dunno…give us a clue?

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    • 429
      Somebody Had To Do These Jokes says:

      And Blowing Whistles would know whether any man is circumspect or not, innit, him being the number-one ‘spector of who’s “circum” around here and all.
      Would the ‘Hat’ in question resemble a policeman’s helmet?

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      • 504
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Perhaps Kavanagh and his ilk across the msm don’t want to mention that during the reign of terror ‘they’ all being so up themselves, were fooled at every juncture by the likes of common purpose and the hidden Marxist hands – note the eleventh hour at which the DM and scum ‘squealed out’ about CP [At leveson] WHEREAS the Public had been telling them for YEARS – Oh the embarrassment of it all – we the public TOLD YOU SO – but you were so rectitudinal you didn’t believe it?

        Never let the truth get in the way of the credibility of a national newspapers senior journalist!

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        • 516
          you still here? says:

          Thought you’d thrown all your toys out of the pram
          and left this site a few weeks ago.

          Like

          • Blowin koks more loik says:

            It was but a dream.

            Nice dream though.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Thanks for the smear there, I am flattered mind you I must be very near to some raw twitching nerves to deserve your attention – besides I ain’t no idiot who is suborned under meedja laws – Fuck you journo.

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  63. 294
    Anonymous says:

    Those Syrian savages are now attacking UN Inspectors.

    For Christ’s sake Cameron let these Arabs kill one another and stick to getting that railway built.

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    • 299
      Heel Patch says:

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    • 323
      The evidence is not sufficiently strong to say one way or the other WHO is responsible says:

      The more you pause to think about this issue(which Cameron & Co don’t want the public to do in their rush to war in case they differ in their opnion)it’s more likely that radical islamist elements of the “Opposition” carried out the chemical attack.Let’s face it these guys wouldn’t worry about the odd few hundred women and kids being killed in their jihad to form an islamist state. Their aim is to gull the gullible western democracies to launch an attack against Assad and create the scenario where they involve the whole region.

      Cameron and Hague have fallen for the line totally and HOW can Hague say that he knows the the Assad Regime was responsible when the UN Inspectors cannot say that ? No one knows definitely who actually committed the atrocity. There is simply not enough evidence to justify military action being taken.

      Hague would do better to shut the fuck up and stop inflaming the situation. Nothing is going to be achieved by lobbing a few expensive Cruise Missiles at targets in Syria just the opposite and in any event nobody knows whether Russia has supplied the Assad Regime with state of the art missile shield and it would be tad ironic if the Syrians shot down the missiles in flight. What would Cameron and Hague do then ?

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      • 336
        Vapor Lock says:

        They do seem to be a bit gayed out on this one.

        Has any atrocity actually happened, or is this another ‘have you received the guns’ situation ?

        France / UK / US (FUKUS to the Russ!ans ;-) were arming and equipping the rebels insurgents.

        Churchill must be spinning…

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  64. 295
    Victim of the Westminster plague says:

    ‘Compelling young people to participate would forge lifetime habits, IPPR suggests’ – interesting choice of word there, chiming with the way our politicians ‘think’.
    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/voting-should-be-compulsory-for-young-people-at-least-once-says-think-tank-8784419.html
    The inclusion of a ‘none of the above’ option is just a pathetic attempt to legitimise the subversion of democracy practised by the LibLabCon.

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    • 309
      Anonymous says:

      Not turning up to vote at the polling station in the first place is a pretty damning statement that you are not interested in voting for anybody of the above or any of the other cretins below. Think tank :-)

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      • 328
        Sham 69 Democracy says:

        Yep, despite the fact that something like 40% of the electorate are now effectively boycotting the ballot boxes, the political classes are simply too thick to get the message.

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        • 334
          Anonymous says:

          Among their demographic, UKIP claim to be attracting people whom haven’t voted in 10, 20+ years.

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          • s'truth says:

            It’s a myth that the young do not support UKIP.

            It’s just that they have other ways of going about it that are not quite so 19th century.

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        • 394
          JadedJean says:

          Maybe, but that’s not the way that Liberal-Democracies work. These operate by rule of law where the laws protect business and individual human freedoms. If the law doesn’t explicitly proscribe behaviours, then they are legal. Morality doesn’t come into it, as it is illegal to infringe people’s Human Rights etc. Do you see what I am saying? I don’t think many people fully understand this. That’s how the system works. It abuses people’s naivety and lack of understanding of the political system they live under. Some, of course, say that’s precisely what’s good about it. People can make free choices they say. That’s why such (right-wing libertarian) people don’t like the empirical evidence about the true nature of diversity where many people function like grown up children and need protection by the state because of how they are physically made.

          We live in an anti socialist society. Most don’t see the relationship between that, ASBOs and crime etc. It’s the price of economic anarchism, and that’s all the ‘choice’ you’ll get next month, i.e. economic-anarchist soft centres, with red, blue or yellow wrapping.

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          • Point of Information 4 says:

            I dispute your analysis, but not the point you are arguing towards.

            i) Democracies give way to Tyranny. This is very evident now. See Plato.

            ii) Morality has not part in politics. See Machiavelli among others for detail and reasoning.

            iii) Morality is centrally important on the issue of infringing human rights. The statutory legal framework is a fiction which is only as good as its enforcement. Common / Natural law are where fundamental rights are ‘defined’ but only in so much as there is a consensus among men to organize society in a certain way.

            – Incidentally: The morality aspect here goes directly to the libertarian position.

            Strong moral codes are self enforcing and much stronger than pure rules based reasoning.

            iv) The state is a tool that society uses to run certain aspects of itself. It should reflect the values and character of the society at large.

            A state which dictates and attempts to shape the society which created it is a state run amok, and reflects an erosion of democracy as it transforms to tyranny.

            The libertarian arguments for reduced size of state are important in order to limit the negative effects.

            v) The state impacting on peoples lives unnecessarily represents the daily attack on basic human rights within the UK.

            Economic anarchism is not the cause of current economic problems, it is the state intervening in the economy, whether to ‘stabilize prices’, actively distribute wealth or totally mis-allocate capital through a benefit system which has caused the current problems.

            Anarchism of state expansion and oppression is the real negative that is causing a deterioration of living conditions in the UK.

            vi) The introduction of ASBO etc. in order to silence and oppress would be dissidents has increased crime figures artificially.

            This is expected with policies that arbitrarily criminalize the younger generation whose political expression is not in tune with an unnatural political order which is being enforced quite un-democratically on the people of the UK.

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          • Less than 50% white British in the capital city says:

            You and ‘im are both wrong.

            Ethnic Cleansing is taking place in the UK, that’s not mere diversity.

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    • 317
      How do I vote to get rid of Parliament? says:

      I agree with you. I disagree with the “think tank” (it brings to mind a manky goldfish bowl that needs the water changing) – I used to vote, back when I hit voting age, but far from “forging” a lifetime habit, it simply made me realise what a total waste of time voting is.

      Unless you live in a marginal. And even then, if the Muzbot round the corner is going to cast 40 postal votes on behalf of himself, his wife and two daughters, you’re vote’s outvoted anyway.

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  65. 301
    Hot stuff says:

    I made the mistake of putting red bird’s eye chilis in my food. I have never experienced arse fire like it in my life. I felt like putting an ice pack on my arse to cool it down. Never again.

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  66. 302
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:

    UNDER THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATS, YOU WILL ALL BE LIVING IN CAVES….

    Liberal Democrats are committed to achieving zero net greenhouse gas emissions from the UK economy by 2050.
    Our aim is that emissions in the UK should broadly be balanced by greenhouse
    gases sequestered in the UK.

    http://bit.ly/1778pYg

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  67. 311
    Moley says:

    Regarding Government IT;

    The Germans have warned that Windows 8 has a deliberate security loophole which allows Microsoft (and the NSA) control over the users software and hardware.

    Windows 8 should never be used where security is an issue.

    http://www.testosteronepit.com/home/2013/8/21/leaked-german-government-warns-key-entities-not-to-use-windo.html

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    • 312
      Windows Explorer (Not Responding) says:

      “Windows 8 should never be used where security is an issue.”

      Windows 2.0, 3.0, 3.1 ,3.11, NT, 95, 98, ME, XP, Vista, 7, 8 should never be used where reliability is an issue.

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      • 313
        s/w user says:

        Moody software?!?

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        • 325
          Windows Explorer (Not Responding) says:

          Maybe. But I think it’s just untested bugridden crapware written by cretins.

          If you get Access 2007 and download Microsoft’s Northwind database, there’s an embedded macro (don’t ask me where, it’s in there somewhere) that contains code functionally the same as the following:

          if a = 0 then
          ‘whatever
          endif
          if a 0 then
          ‘whatever
          endif

          I mean, Jesus. This is a company with $70 billion and it employs fucktards who wrote code like that.

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          • Windows Explorer (Not Responding) says:

            OK, so this blog arsed up the macro. Second “if” should be “a not equal to 0″, but it removed the less than and greater than symbols.

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          • White Hat Geek says:

            Looks bad in VBA, but it may have been done for performance reasons.

            Remember that VBA gets compiled down to a thoroughly mangled COM / C++ by the interpreter at run time, so counter intuitive high level usually indicates performance boost at run time.

            Be aware that if else blocks usually run a lot slower than sequential if blocks.

            This is usually fixed in decent C / C++ compilers with optimization, and Java also handles better now (from 1.6 onwards)

            What is desired for performance / stability (important in multi-threaded) is to ensure that the execution stack proceeds sequentially with minimal jumps or memory paging.

            VBA compiler really makes a mess of this from what I recall, and COM automation (which is what VBA is) has many other issues to be concerned about.

            ‘Numpty’ style code in other interpreted languages is usually also there for this reason.

            If you look at what is going on memory / security wise you may not wish to use this MS software period.

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          • Silent Bob says:
      • 330
        Anonymous says:

        Apple anyone?

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  68. 321
    RomaBob....pick a pocket or two. says:

    WTF do Hague and Cameron think they are doing, dragging us into another conflict without consent. If these people want to kill each other, let them get on with it! FFS

    Ooooooooh let me be a world statesman pleeeeease !!

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    • 329
      How do I vote to get rid of Parliament? says:

      Especially as Cameron said, three years ago, that he didn’t think there’d be any wars for 10 years. Here we are three years later and he’s about to start bombing country #2.

      I suppose once he’s fanned the flames a bit and got the whole thing burning nicely, he’ll “deal” with the refugee crisis by inviting them all to live here.

      Along with the whole of Romania.

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      • 335
        RomaBob....pick a pocket or two. says:

        On benefits of course, courtesy of the the British taxpayer. Who to be honest, despise them……of course these feelings are mutual, the taxpayer is the only loser.

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        • 349
          wake up and smell the coffee says:

          Labour is backing military action.
          So it must be avoided at all costs.

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          • Democracy - British style says:

            So like global warming, mass immigration and further integration into the EU you’re saying there’s a cross party consensus on war with Syria?

            Sure glad we don’t live in a one party state.

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          • Keep Calm, Vote UKIP says:

            The one party state can be made two.

            Vote UKIP.

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      • 399
        JadedJean says:

        Might it be something to do with populist Liberal-Democracy? The advisors (acting on behalf of the string-pullers) run FOCUS groups so have the puppets putting on a show to get votes from ‘carefully targeted demographics’ – that is, from largely stupid/emotional people these days.

        You could analyse what’s going on correctly down to the molecular level and it wouldn’t make a blind bit of difference unless it got them votes.

        That’s populism – that’s Liberal-Democracy (it should just be called ‘consumerism’).

        Do you want red, blue or yellow icing on your bun sir?

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    • 423
      The British media are cunts says:

      The British media is cheerleading Cam-MONG on.

      Like

  69. 337
    Dr Kelly's replacement says:

    I am 110% certain that Assad used chemical weapons.

    No, 200% certain.

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  70. 341
    Lord Beancounter says:

    This website is
    a waste of life. The c*unt that runs it is a total c*unt Its name is Guido C*nt

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    • 348
      Lexicographer says:

      Language Lord Beancounter, or is that Lord Beanoer (Beancounet without the Hunt)

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      • 355
        Lord Beancounter says:

        My dear Lexicographer, or whatever the fuck you call yourself, pal. Err, what the fuck do you want to know?

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    • 351
      Lord Beancounter says:

      The Guido fucker censors this blog so that it is virtuously impossible to post anything. The Guido Fucker is just another Marxist c*unt.

      Like

    • 557
      The Wild Colonial Boy says:

      “You can’t work for the revolution if you’re smashed all the time.” (maxim from 1960s Berkeley)

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  71. 360
    Not again. says:

    It’s seems by watching bBBC and Sky, the West is getting ready for another war, Camoron stay out of it, we have enough problems which you should be sorting out, we do not want any more coffins of British troops coming home, if you want a war get all the politicians together and go and fight it yourselves, NO to British troops being used, 2015 not too far away

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    • 378
      Libya was just the beginning says:

      Not to mention the economic cost.

      Cut faster and cut deeper for more illegal wars abroad.

      Like

  72. 366
    Ed Balls says:

    I can count to 20 if I take my socks off. 20.5 if I take my pants off too.

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  73. 369
    What's all this about then? says:

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    • 375
      Keep Calm, Vote UKIP says:

      Looks like the left trying to use victims of child abuse as fodder for a smear campaign against the Tories, and to further their own political cause.

      That being said, the police investigations into the historical abuse which did go on need to be stepped up, and Hague does have some serious questions to answer over his handling of North Wales, which regrettable does not look like anything except a shameless cover up, but mainly at the behest of a local authority whose insurers were going to refuse to cover the liability.

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    • 381
      Looks like a lefty grudge that she holds says:

      suerose

      @mykkym1

      Worker of over 40 years now disabled. Campaigner against WCA, ATOS. Supporter of Welfare state supporter of #wowpetition

      Yorkshire

      https://twitter.com/mykkym1

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      • 386
        Casual Observer says:

        The left think collectively as a hive, so pin this on Miliband, or whoever is running the left these days.

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    • 406
      Let's be having the truth for once says:

      A smear???? Hague needs to answer the question ‘why did he meet Leon Brittan on Brighton beach one morning’? It wasn’t for a Neil Kinnock re-enactment.

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    • 409
      Raving Loon says:

      What happened to to the old Hague that wanted to keep the pound and gave the middle finger to the EU? What happened to him?

      Like

      • 498
        JadedJean says:

        Libertarian anarchism (aka the Austrian/Frankfurt schools) probably bought him off with kosker shekels.

        That or he’s just very dim.

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    • 421
      Sir William Waid says:

      Does anyone really think that if a senior Westminster politician was that desperate for a bit of under-age abuse, they would travel all the way to Wrexham for it?

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  74. 372
    Nuremberg Ignored says:

    It’s somewhat ironic that another UK regime finds itself gearing up for another illegal war before the Chilcot Inquiry has even been concluded and published.

    http://johnpilger.com/articles/tony-blair-must-be-prosecuted

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    • 383
      Casual Observer says:

      Am on the opposite side of things politically to Pilger, but on this he is bang on the money with this.

      A good example of a real investigative journalist from the days when the Mirror was good (before it started competing with the Sun…) and tracking his career one can see the pattern of how these guys were sidelined / bought off.

      Encouraging aspiring journo’s to follow his model would be a benefit to all.

      Cannot find on uTube anymore, but his take down of a moronic Australian TV journalist who was interviewing him on some serious topics a few years ago was classic.

      Very polite, when Pilger got the message across he was not impressed, the idiot news caster backed into a corner and asked what he thought she should do.

      With a WTF sigh, Pilger responded: ‘Read. Just read.’

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      • 401
        The British media are cunts says:

        Chilcot? Another waste of time, note how the British media have forgotten all about it.

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        • 440
          The public says:

          Is it one of the railway stations on the HS2 line? I hope it’s got a nice tea room and public conveniences.

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    • 398
      Left foot forwards * trips over shoelace * says:

      The BBC and Labour are calling for war. In these circumstances always do the direct opposite of what Labour and the leftards want you to do.
      It’s safer , kills less people and certainly is economically better all round.

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      • 415
        Tick Tock the clock is ticking but nobody knows for what says:

        Point of dispute…whilst Labour are generally ***** in fairness rather than calling for war they(and two thirds of Tory MPs) are against it although I agree that the BBC is pro-war and cant wait for the missiles to rain down on Damascus.
        Meanwhile Cameron has been in contact with Putin and is likely to agree to recall of Parliament on Wednesday and John Kerry is to make special statement on Chemical Attack at 7.00pm GMR according to Washington Post

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        • 439
          US Watch says:

          John Kerry is a bit of a c’unt.

          Don’t trust.

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        • 501
          Left foot forwards * trips over shoelace * says:

          Andy Burnham was on sky news demanding action and war. Would have thought that 13000 Staffordshire and the body count still rising was enough deaths for him …….. obviously not?

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          • FFS don't fall for it says:

            The BBC, Labour and the Mirror are calling for British action in Syria.

            That should be enough for the Tories to keep the hell out.

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  75. 389
    Homosexuals to hold their own Olympic Games (GG). Hetrophobic or what? says:

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  76. 400
    HS2 says:

    scrap Alistair Darling

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  77. 405
    Mallard is a dead duck says:

    Time to slam the door on HS2.

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    • 425
      LNER_Class_A4_4496_Dwight_D_Eisenhower says:

      Oy, less of the duck

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    • 440
      Cllr. Denny Palmer, Chalfont St. Peter says:

      The young ladies of this town, although pure of thought and unsullied in any way imaginable, are rather looking forward to an invasion of hairy-buttocked construction workers.
      However, one feels that their fancies will have been tickled many times before any, serious, spade-work commences.

      Cllr. Denny Palmer, Chalfont St. Peter

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      • 451
        E Gerard (Brig, retd.) says:

        Well, I’m not at all happy at the thought of being invaded by foreign navies.

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  78. 414
    these green lands says:

    Taoiseach,
    we are here, waiting.
    We are always here, all we can do is wait with patience, our love is boundless, our patience is unlimited.
    3 generations, 10 generations it makes no difference, time passing can only bring us closer because we are the same.
    grasp the opportune time in history, come back to our bosom.
    Join with us and affirm our common destiny. negotiate a new UNITED Kingdom outside of the EU

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    • 435
      Customer says:

      In the irish Teashop are you? I’ll have an Irish clotted cream tea with strawberry jam and a nice cup of tea please.

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    • 438
      these green lands says:

      Do you really want all those millions of chancer europeans in your lives ? do you want those thousands of white block dwellings wrecking your beauty.
      Join with us and affirm our common destiny. negotiate a new UNITED Kingdom outside of the EU

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  79. 415
    Owen Jones says:

    Get in there Barry Obama !

    US will make legal case for striking Syria without UN approval http://dlvr.it/3sPtJS

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    • 420
      The British media are cunts says:

      Oh the sainted one. All Boosh’s fault though.

      Robert Fisk keeps writing that as if somehow that makes Obama still a peacemaker.

      Perhaps Fisk should take a trip to the Yemen and see the proxy war going on.

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    • 428
      Barack O'Barmy says:

      Mah fellow Imurricans, ah have just found a big old red button in the Waht House, with the words “DANGER – DO NOT PRESS” on it. I think ah’m just going to press it and see what happens….

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    • 434
      Just waiting for the race card... says:

      O’Bama Justification for Assault on Syr!a:

      You is rac!st if you say I can’t.

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    • 452
      Allan, you at t'bar says:

      This religion of piss is causing rather a lot of war-like activity, isn’t it ? Have we been misled ? Are the mozzies simply barbaric murderers with no respect or regard for the lives of fellow human beings ?

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  80. 419
    The British media are cunts says:

    Well well well. Once again we have UN weapons inspectors investigating a Muslim country, but the west and the mong media have already made up their minds to attack and murder.

    You know I’m sure I remember this from once before but for the life of me I can’t think where it was.

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  81. 427
    Puzzled of Orpington says:

    Re Syria. We sell millions of pounds worth of armaments to Saudi Arabia. They’re muslims. Muslims are being killed. Why don’t the Saudis sort it out?

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    • 430
      Casual Observer says:

      A lot of the insurgents are Saud! armed, and from Saud!.

      Saud! is part of the problem.

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    • 437
      tn02 says:

      Beacuse Saudi is a pro West (i.e. another US puppet) dictatatorship. It would not look good from a PR point of view, to have a non-democratic arab theocratic dictatorship attacking a secularist republic thatis Syria.

      The UK (another US puppet state) is claimed to be a democracy. The PR looks better for the West that they do the dirty work.

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    • 455
      tn02 says:

      “They (the West) have not been able to come up with any proof but are saying at the same time that the red line has been crossed and there can be no delay,” Lavrov said

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/syria/10266449/Russia-warns-West-over-illegal-Syria-intervention.html

      Lavrov also accused the West of double standards in foreign policy.

      He said: “You cannot fight with a regime only because you don’t like the dictator that heads it and then not fight another regime where you like the authoritarian ruler.”

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    • 462
      Weapons 4 Peace says:

      Well as the reason given for supplying Arab states with Arms and training is to provide stability in the region (nowt to do with loadsa dosh and bribes/backhanders) then it’s about time they provided that stability.

      Or have we been fed bullshit again?

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  82. 433
    Puzzled of Orpington says:

    Dave and Barry want to be war leaders – Barry because he doesn’t have a legacy except for failure, and Dave because he wants to be re-elected.

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    • 499
      Cameron lost the next election when he rammed gay marriage down our throats says:

      Helps if you fight a popular war, though, doesn’t it ? Fighting one that’s irrelevant and unpopular ain’t too smart.

      Like

  83. 436
    P l e b says:

    If only Hague was as concerned with ‘humanity’ when Isr@el was bombarding the civilians of G@za with chemical weapons a few years back. No talk of ‘action’ against Isr@el then, of course.

    Or when America was using white phosphorous indiscriminately in Fallujah.

    How many thousands of civilians lost their lives in those ‘operations’?

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    • 450
      tn02 says:

      Yes, the hypocrisy is quite telling, but then atrocities carried out by “democracies” just don’t count.

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    • 520
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Let me see now The UN are they predisposed to silence in some circumstances?

      e.g. A certain state faked up at least 12 passports from other states (Ireland, The UK, New Zealand and others) and sent their team of killers into another state to assassinate one man. The team of assassins managed to creep in; do the job and creep out and not one of them has been found or indicted for anything – they could have for all I know placed canisters of chemicals / intoxicants atop the hotel where that hit was done and then later on just ping in a missile to the coordinates so the canisters released their contents – hey presto.

      In / Out shake the world about.

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      • 527
        Blowing Whistles says:

        And of course there could be the remote detonation canisters just placed there … waiting … to go off at the same time as a fly past … what a ruse eh?

        Them UN experts they’ll never twig that possibility though.

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  84. 442
    Bernie the Bolt says:

    So, if it turns out that it was the Jihadist rebels (affiliated with Al Qaeda) and not Assad who used the chemical weapons, will Ban Ki-moon demand that Obama and his Brit lapdogs attack the rebels with missiles?

    The hypocrisy here is staggering and shameful.

    But we all realize by now that this is Iraq version 2.0 – in another week they’ll be telling us Assad has been buying yellow cake from Niger and poor old Colin Powell will recycle his slide show. All so devious and dirty.

    As for big- talk little Willie, he seems to have a Napoleon complex and ought to be interned in a facility for the criminally insane before he does real harm.

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    • 475
      WiLilletts Hague says:

      I think Willy’s Naopolen complex was evident from the age of 15. He must be cumming in his pants 24/7 over all this geopoliticking and posturing.

      Let’s face it, he’s probably been wet dreaming of this for over 30 years.

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      • 483
        Living in 97.222% white Merseyside says:

        Just watched him on Sky doing his power walk. Made me smile.

        By the way I haven’t watched Sky for yonks. It was only that C4 News seems to think that as it is a Bank Holiday there is no news and cuts it’s bulletins down to about 5 mins.

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        • 565
          The British media are cunts says:

          No Newsnight either. You’d think paying a cuunt like Paxmong 1 million a year might mean the fucker has to work on bank holiday’s.

          Clearly not.

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  85. 443
    Anonymous says:

    Cameron and Hague two buttocks of the dog’s arse trying to wag the U.S. dog

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    • 453
      T.B£iar - the People's Messiah says:

      Been there, done that, got ten houses and £millions in the bank to prove it.

      Like

  86. 444
    Six Pack Dave says:

    Let me at ‘em! I’ll kick 6 barrels of shit out of the Syrian government. (not personally,you understand)

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  87. 445
    Former French Foreign Minister Roland Dumas says:

    “I am going to tell you something. I was in England two years before the violence in Syria on other business. I met with top British officials, who confessed to me, that they were preparing something in Syria… This was in Britain not in America. Britain was organizing an invasion of rebels into Syria. They even asked me, although I was no longer Minister of Foreign Affairs, if I would like to participate. Naturally, I refused, I said I am French, that does not interest me…”

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  88. 454
    Owen Jones says:

    Tricky, Cheryl Cole has the same tattoo on her bum as me! My roses look a little wilted compared to hers! ;)

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  89. 457
    brown-dog says:

    Re Syria

    Notice how the BBC only seeks comment from US gov’t spokespersons ews channel) yet never from any of the SCO countries suchas Russia and China.

    Where’s the balance? They once boasted of impartiality as being in their genes…

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/theeditors/2010/09/impartiality_is_in_our_genes.html

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    • 460
      Kill the Bastards because We KNOW they did it. The BBC says:

      I’ve never seen the BBC so gung ho for killing people before.

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      • 463
        brown-dog says:

        When ever there is revolution or major civil unrest in a country, it’s the national broadcasters who get “sacked” first. They tend to be seen to doing the incumbent regime’s bidding on behalf of the state. This is especially so ifthey are funded by the state.

        Have you not noticed how the LibLabCON policy on all things related to immigration to foreign policy they seem to be joined at the hip. It’s a libertarian anarchy thing. The BBC is libertarian just as the LibLabCON are.

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      • 548
        The British media are cunts says:

        The BBC want a war so they can seploy all their top mongs in tin hats and bullet proof vests.

        The BBC can them tell us what great coverage of this war they provide and that we must continue to fund the BBC.

        Sky will let loose Alex Crawford who will go off on one of her anti men rants again (she really is mentally unbalanced) and go on about tanks as penis’s.

        I find myself looking to Al Jazeera and RT more and more.

        Look how the British media have simply killed the whole NSA/GCHQ spying scandal.

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    • 461
      brown-dog says:

      Oh…forgot to mention, The BBC have been advertising all afternoon that US foriegn secretary John Kerry with give a statment at 19:00 UK time.

      i.e. in 5 mins on BBC News Channel.

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      • 466
        BBC show Photo from Iraq pretending it is Syria says:

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      • 467
        brown-dog says:

        Ah, looks like the Kerry statement won’t be shown live now as it will probably require heavy editing should there be any awkward questions from “real” reportors i.e. if someone asks for concrete proof of Assad responsibility for the chem attacks.

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        • 524
          but says:

          The BBC is so desperate for Cameron to get embroiled in a
          disastrous war.
          No thought for the thousands of innocents that will be slaughtered,
          British soldiers that will be killed and maimed,millions wasted and
          a once decent country flattened.
          TheBBC just wants Cameron to end up like Blair-defined by his
          decision to go to war and losing the next election.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Yeah that’s what I think. Labour were crucified over Iraq yet are calling for the coalition to do the same with BBC backing.

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  90. 464
    Anonymous says:

    John Kerry the muslim brotherhood lap dog about to make statement on Syria.

    http://www.politico.com/livestream/

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    • 470
      NBC says:

      Errr….just a slight delay, the US Gov’t need just a few more minutes to make the finishing touches to the made-up evidence!

      Thank you!

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      • 507
        Red neck says:

        Couldn’t see the broadcast so while I was waiting I voted on them page relating too Voting rights gamble
        Do you think the Obama administration will be successful in suing to block Texas’s voter ID law from taking effect?

        I voted No.
        Any idea what that’s all about by the way?

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  91. 465
    DAVE Fuckwit CAMERMONG says:

    Parliament to be recalled tomorrow !

    Does Dave
    (leader of the party that closed all the pits and thus made us reliant on foreign energy)
    Realise that if we piss Putin off , he will just turn off our gas supply ?
    then Syria friendly A rab states will gut our oil supply , and we as a country will be in Deep Shit
    Your party put us in this position , now come up with a way to get us out of it

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    • 471
      Gay Marriage Dave, marching towards his grave says:

      Or some may find themselves on the receiving end of a polonium enema.

      Like

    • 474
      Yurak Hunt says:

      IT’S ALL FATCHER’S FAULT !!

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    • 477
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

      Better increase the pace of fracking and get the French to build us some nuclear power stations.

      Like

    • 482
      Quids In says:

      Bastards. They were starting back next week anyway. With a recall they will harvest thousands of pounds in expenses each.

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    • 485
      Our EU membership fee: 20 billion reasons to vote UKIP says:

      Firstly, Labour closed more pits that the Cons did.

      Labour – under Miliband – committed Britain to a “carbon neutral” future. No coal-fired power stations.

      How, exactly, would that fit in with coal mining?

      No coal-fired power stations, no need for coal, no need for coal mines, no need for .. drum-roll .. miners.

      ” if we piss Putin off , he will just turn off our gas supply ?”

      We don’t use ANY Russian gas. None. At all.

      You do read the papers, don’t you? No? Oh, OK.

      “Your party put us in this position , now come up with a way to get us out of it”

      What position? The one that exists only in your tiny little uneducated socialist mind?

      I despise the Conservatives, but you make me despise Labour even more. You really are fucking cretins.

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    • 486
      The reality says:

      How many pits did Labour re-open in their 13 years? Then there was an energy minister called Ed Miliband who decided to shut down all our coal stations and replace them with windmills. Oh and a Miss Abbott who campaigned against coal fired stations in the South East.

      Not forgetting that Labour shut twice as many pits as were shut in the Golden years of Mrs T’s outstanding Premiership anyway.

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    • 490
      eco nutters at 10 o'clock says:

      But, but we have all those windmills ashore and at sea to provide us with free energy, plus we have all that gas the Irish sea produces, we don’t need all that fracking as the Greeens and the eco nutters say, we don’t need i,t besides AlJa Beeb have started it’s Global warming drivel again.

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    • 509
      Left wing twat spotter says:

      You are a mong yourself.
      (leader of the party that closed all the pits and thus made us reliant on foreign energy)

      Labour closed more pits and in half the time. Go check the facts before you spout bollocks and then fuck off you lefty retard

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      • 638
        BLAIR the IMPALER says:

        Was it not Blair who signed this country up for impossible omission cuts on All our
        carbon out put , without reading what he signed for , when the rest of Europe were only signing up for a small amount of cuts ?

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  92. 468
    The British media are cunts says:

    Media cuunt talking about Cameron and Hague. “The brains trust are back in town”

    Fuck me did he have his cock up both their arses?

    The best way to show the relationship between the British media and the political scum classes.

    http://img.thesun.co.uk/aidemitlum/archive/01636/SNF1308A–_1636971a.jpg

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  93. 476
    The BBC causes serious mental illness, abuses children, and wants to kill people overseas says:

    Perhaps it is time for the telly tax to be stopped en masse.

    The BBC coverage on any issue cannot be trusted.

    People should consider the lies and distortions in Pollard, as well as the 40+ year cover up of Savile, before listening too closely to any other propaganda sourcing from this broadcaster.

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    • 546
      The British media are cunts says:

      But how would poor Nikki Campbell survive if he wasn’t spoon fed his 400K a year for sniffing Ed Balls rectum?

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  94. 478
    A religion without compassion says:

    Imprisoned for insulting Islam,

    Could it happen here?

    Probably, the police already arrest people who use Twitter to insult Moslems.

    Just as well we don’t have a death penalty.

    Why is Hague taking sides and arming these dangerous Islamic Nutters?

    http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/opedcolumnists/sentenced_to_death_for_sip_of_water_7zwT2vBrUGqhDzasfQxkKK/3

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    • 488
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

      Remember what these jhiadist nutters did to drummer Lee Rigby just a few months ago.

      Fuck all these muslim scum!

      The only good muslim is a dead muslim.

      I’m backing Putin,Assad and the Chinese.

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    • 510
      The BBC causes serious mental illness, abuses children, and wants to kill people overseas says:

      The UK has been actively supporting !slamism from inception, it arguably invented it.

      This is old policy going back to the 1920’s

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  95. 484
    BBC says:

    THERE’S A PANDA PREGNANCY NOW!

    Don’t look over there, look over here!

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    • 502
      Remind me - when's that charter up for renewal ? says:

      Pandas are black and white, right ? We should therefore get an automatic rebate on our colour TV licences.
      When can we expect our cheques ?

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  96. 487
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

    The cities that need nuking are Washington,London & Brussels.

    A few nice SS20s should do the trick and the world will be a better and more peaceful place.

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    • 497
      Penfold says:

      Well, lets be a bit more targeted,

      Westminster; Foggy Bottom and Pennsylvania Ave; Berlaymont Bldg, Brussels.

      Lets keep the collateral to a minimum, otherwise the firing squads and hanging squads will be bereft, and we do want prime time TV exposure, as we also take out the BBC!

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    • 538
      War Watch says:

      Brussels / Strasbourg would be better targets from the UK’s point of view.

      With a little carpet bombing of Madrid.

      Washington / London just need to stop picking fights with the muzzies.

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    • 572
      The Wild Colonial Boy says:

      Add New York.

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  97. 491
    Following Hussain Obama Dave takes the country to war.. says:

    So that’s it then. No point in recalling parliament, the decision has already been taken. Once more the UK is at war with a middle East State.

    But why the rush? It’s as if they don’t want the UN inspectors to inspect.

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  98. 494
    Penfold says:

    Another EU derived scam.

    Has Huhne jumped on this band-wagon?

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  99. 496
    polygenesis says:

    Arrest all the new world order maniacs and place them in a big wired off field with one machete, last one standing gets a free pardon.

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  100. 506
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:

    I’m extraordinarily proud to unveil the Liberal Democrat vision for a zero carbon Britain :) This may well leave millions of you dying of hypothermia in the winter but at least you’ll be doing your ‘bit’ to save the walrus :)

    http://bit.ly/1778pYg

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  101. 508
    Kay Hurley-Burley says:

    It’s a gassed BABEEEE! It’s a gassed BABEEEE!

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  102. 525
    William Hague Patron EYPUK says:

    European Youth Parliament UK

    Patrons
    The Rt Hon William Hague MP

    “I congratulate you on the work you have done in enabling young people to engage with the EU “

    The Rt Hon Andy Burnham MP

    http://eypuk.co.uk/about/patrons-2

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    • 526
      Looks like a lefty grudge that she holds says:

      When did Hague change from patriotic Eusorceptic Tory into a socialist one world Europhile?

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      • 537
        JadedJean says:

        Libertarian anarchism (aka the Austrian/Frankfurt schools) probably bought him off with kosker shekels.

        That or he’s just very dim.

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    • 530
      Groundhog Day says:

      You realise that all these attacks on the Syrian government with not one shred of proof and at the same time saying that Assad’s chemical weapons are a threat to the world is exactly the same as the dodgy dossier.

      So which weapons inspector will die this time?

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  103. 529
    hAllah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? ( i'm going to have a little rant now ) says:

    When I was a teenager I could, and did, walk into any place of my chosen occupation and be employed on the spot. I do not think my youngest daughter will be able to do that now.

    and another thing.

    Before I was really willing to die for my country, I suppose a bit from what my dad did in his war and my general patriotic sensibilities but now I dunno what I would be fighting for. All this influx of alien ideologies pretending to be British has left me flumoxed, I don’t know if I would lay down my life for my country anymore.. sorry about that.

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  104. 531
    Anonymous says:

    Sky breaking news

    Syria: UN Inspectors Find ‘Valuable Evidence

    I wonde if it has Assads finger prints on the missile

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    • 534
      tn01 says:

      What is the West’s real agenda? This is the unasked and unanswered question. Clearly, the US, UK, and French governments, which have displayed continuously their support for dictatorial regimes that serve their purposes, are not the least disturbed by dictatorships. They brand Assad a dictator as a means of demonizing him for the ill-informed Western masses. But Washington, UK, and France support any number of dictatorial regimes, such as the ones in Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and now the military dictatorship in Egypt that is ruthlessly killing Egyptians without any Western government speaking of invading Egypt for “killing its own people.”

      Clearly also, the forthcoming Western attack on Syria has nothing whatsoever to do with bringing “freedom and democracy” to Syria any more than freedom and democracy were reasons for the attacks on Iraq and Libya, neither of which gained any “freedom and democracy.”

      The Western attack on Syria is unrelated to human rights, justice or any of the high sounding causes with which the West cloaks its criminality.

      The Western media, and least of all the American presstitutes, never ask Obama, Cameron, or Hollande what the real agenda is. It is difficult to believe than any reporter is sufficiently stupid or gullible to believe that the agenda is bringing “freedom and democracy” to Syria or punishing Assad for allegedly using chemical weapons against murderous thugs trying to overthrow the Syrian government.

      Of course, the question wouldn’t be answered if asked. But the act of asking it would help make the public aware that more is afoot than meets the eye. Originally, the excuse for Washington’s wars was to keep Americans safe from terrorists. Now Washington is endeavoring to turn Syria over to jihad terrorists by helping them to overthrow the secular, non-terrorist Assad government. What is the agenda behind Washington’s support of terrorism?

      Perhaps the purpose of the wars is to radicalize Muslims and, thereby, destabilize Russia and even China. Russia has large populations of Muslims and is bordered by Muslim countries. Even China has some Muslim population. As radicalization spreads strife into the only two countries capable of being an obstacle to Washington’s world hegemony, Western media propaganda and the large number of US financed NGOs, posing as “human rights” organizations, can be counted on by Washington to demonize the Russian and Chinese governments for harsh measures against “rebels.”

      http://tinyurl.com/8xoyn8o

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      • 545
        Point of Information 4 says:

        The Ch!nese just crush dissent: See what happens to the Uighurs.

        Russ!a does likewise with the Ch3chens. (Who incidentally were responsible for the Boston bombings earlier this year)

        If anything this current strategy will shift public opinion in western countries very much against the established !slamic populations. The backlash in the UK will be much greater than that seen after Woolwich, and the government could be forced by public opinion to seriously impact the basic human rights of muzzies in the UK.

        It may be in part to try and destabilize internally and provide valuable propaganda, but when the target of that propaganda (us) do not give a shit, and perhaps also want to see the muzzies out domestically, then it all falls apart.

        This is more about oil and gas into Turkey and supply for Europe bypassing Russ!a. Which is not going to work either as Russ!a will likely establish a base in Greece and look like they are going to be controlling the East Med for the foreseeable future.

        There is also the small matter of thinning down inventory of materiel which is coming towards the end of its service life, and the US desire for credible competition from European defense contractors to allow the US government some leverage to force US contractors to reduce their prices.

        One plus point is establishment of land for Kurdistan. This would extend into Northern Syr!a which Assad seems to be Ok with at present. Not too much mention of this in the Western press.

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        • 551
          Anonymous says:

          You left out this one…

          Another advantage of the radicalization of Muslims is that it leaves former Muslim countries in long-term turmoil or civil wars, as is currently the case in Iraq and Libya, thus removing any organized state power from obstructing Israeli purposes.

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        • 552
          BEKO says:

          Turkey.

          The EUSSR wants Turkey it is the gatekeeper of Europe.

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        • 553
          Anonymous says:

          “(Who incidentally were responsible for the Boston bombings earlier this year)”

          Pull the other one, it’s got bells on.

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    • 544
      The British media are cunts says:

      I wonder if it was evidence prepared by Alistair Campbell by chance?

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  105. 532
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Oh well – I guess I am going to have to post up all the names and dirt on the d-Notice committee who covered up for Blair/Hoon and others [Twas at Hutton 'time' the Dr you know etc] and then got rewarded for their supreme spinelessness – lawyers, QC’s ‘n all. [Seperation of Powers - My RSE]

    Tomorrow – if I do not get further wanchors interrupting with my connections.

    Here’s two of them for starters – Paul Dacre, a Mr Manning.

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  106. 533
    A voice in the wilderness says:

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    • 536
      hAllah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? ( i'm going to have a little rant now ) says:

      don’t tell twitter Nige tell whatever fucker recalls it, and quick

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  107. 535
    Blowing Whistles says:

    finally they moodded me at 9:49 tonight – there’s even more evidence out there.

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  108. 540
    tn02 says:

    Washington is driving the world closer to nuclear war than it ever was even in the most dangerous periods of the Cold War. When Washington finishes with Syria, the next target is Iran. Russia and China will no longer be able to fool themselves that there is any system of international law or restraint on Western criminality. Western aggression is already forcing both countries to develop their strategic nuclear forces and to curtail the Western-financed NGOs that pose as “human rights organizations,” but in reality comprise a fifth column that Washington can use to destroy the legitimacy of the Russian and Chinese governments.

    http://tinyurl.com/8xoyn8o

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    • 542
      The British media are cunts says:

      Agreed. All the mongs in the US and Westminster are doing is forcing more nations to get nukes.

      You can hardly blame Iran for wanting them when the look around at what’s happened all over the middle east.

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  109. 543
    Good weapon Bad weapon says:

    I assume Obama is frit of the Chem weapons because they are very easy tio deploy in a city environment, the Tokyo subway for example. And he does not want them leaving Syria

    But to say their use crosses a line is pure spin. He is effectively condoning the bombing and shooting of people as acceptable. Given the choice most of us would probably choose 1 minute of Sarin effects rather than hours/days of excruciating agony from being blown apart or incinerated if forced to.

    Does Obama really think this is an OK way to be killed as shown in this very graphic video out of Syria? Use the link below to view the You tube video without having to pass the censor (yet again hypocrisy as they show the gas videos without censorship)

    http://www.spiegel.de/international/spiegel-editors-note-were-syria-photos-too-stark-to-be-real-a-867070.html

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    • 547
      Anonymous says:

      The US, UK, and French governments have not explained why it matters whether people in the wars initiated by the West are killed by explosives made of depleted uranium or with chemical agents or any other weapon. It was obvious from the beginning that Obama was setting up the Syrian government for attack. Obama demonized chemical weapons–but not nuclear “bunker busters” that the US might use on Iran. Then Obama drew a red line, saying that the use of chemical weapons by the Syrians was such a great crime that the West would be obliged to attack Syria. Washington’s UK puppets, William Hague and Cameron, have just repeated this nonsensical claim. http://rt.com/news/uk-response-without-un-backing-979/ The final step in the frame-up was to orchestrate a chemical incident and blame the Syrian government.

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      • 550
        Point of Information 4 says:

        They cannot get UN approval as the UN would not support. Mainly because the claims are b/s.

        It is not illegal to use chemical munitions when a formal state of war has not been declared, as is the case.

        If such weapons have been used this is more likely to be by the insurgents than the Syr!an government. This is an internal matter for the Syr!an government to deal with and if they require assistance from others they are free to request through regular diplomatic channels / the UN.

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    • 549
      Point of Information 4 says:

      To be afraid of Syr!an nerve agents in the US makes no sense.

      Syr!a cannot project these weapons over that distance: They would be lucky to range Cyprus.

      Sar!n is relatively easy to make if you want to, and easy to do in the US where the pre-cursors are relatively easy to come by.

      The flaw to this argument of course is that the US has the largest stockpiles of chemical munitions, yet is somehow more capable of protecting these. This is a very curious assertion.

      Following fast and furious, where weapons sold by ATF to Mex!can drug cartels (an O’Bama approved policy) found their way back on to the US street and were used in numerous killings of US citizens, this assertion becomes weaker.

      Time to try again on this one.

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    • 554
      The youtube link to what Obama's line approves. says:

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    • 564
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Benji N and his z NeoC mates must be laughing their bollox off at the ‘wag the dog’ legions of duped monkeys who daren’t look over their shoulders at who’s been pulling their ‘emotional strings’ for fucking decades. JFHC spare me their stupidity.

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  110. 555
    Anonymous says:

    British fears grow over legal justification for Syria strike

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/syria/10267108/British-fears-grow-over-legal-justification-for-Syria-strike.html

    David Cameron is facing demands to set out the legal justification for military action against Syria amid mounting unease over the scale and speed of Britain’s commitment to another conflict in the Middle East.

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  111. 571
    What the BBC will not Report says:

    9% of Americans support U.S. military intervention in Syria

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2013/08/26/new-poll-syria-intervention-even-less-popular-than-congress/

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  112. 573
    The British media are cunts says:

    Who wants to bet that once we start bombing the court cases will start with every fucker in Syria wanting compo from us?

    The yanks and the Froggies will tell them all to fuck off but we know here that Phil Shiner and the other mongs that hate this country will be trawling Syria for cases.

    So not only will we all be funding the 1 million a pop cruise missiles to destroy a few toilets on a military airbase, we’ll also be shelling out millions in court fees and compo whilst the Tory cuunts stick a few quid in their back pocket from the mongs who make the missiles.

    Time to bring in a law that makes politicians and political parties personally financially liable for any court cases and fees that their actions bring about.

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  113. 577
    The British media are cunts says:

    Interesting picture.

    photo/1

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  114. 580
    Anonymous says:

    Fuck me!…WW3 is about to start and some ecoloons are kicking up about the badger cull.

    Navel gazing at its zenith.

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  115. 589
    Watch out. The one on the right is Dangerous. says:

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  116. 596
    Ah, the cast iron evidence says:

    Over the weekend, reports emerged suggesting that Israeli intelligence has definitive proof that the chemical attacks last week were carried out by the Syrian army.

    According to the German publication Focus, the Israel Defense Forces Unit 8200, the IDF’s signals intelligence unit, intercepted communications of the Syrian army during the attack.

    “A former Mossad officer told FOCUS the analysis has clearly shown that the bombardment with poison gas missiles was made by Syrian government forces,” reports the publication.

    Military hawk Professor John Schindler of the U.S. Naval War College tweeted about the story Sunday, adding that Israel swiftly shared the information with the US and other allies.

    http://www.prisonplanet.com/syria-well-strike-israel-if-us-attacks.html

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    • 603
      Blowing Whistles says:

      They took their time didn’t they? B/S

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    • 604
      how thick do they think we are says:

      does anybody remember the squiggy tapes ? was it ? Some retired banker supposedly radio ham comes on the radio4 and says he is fiddling with his knob and happened to record this conversation over the mobile frequency, 2 days after said conversation took place.

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    • 606
      Blowing Whistles says:

      If you ‘believe’ everything you are ‘told’ – more the ‘fool’ are you.

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  117. 597
    Carswell says:

    Back in February 2006, as the Leader of the Opposition, David Cameron specifically said that there should be curbs on a Prime Minister’s power to go to war. In order to help restore trust in politics, the BBC reported at the time, Mr Cameron wanted to ensure that “MPs, rather than the prime minister, had the final say over whether troops were committed to military action”.

    http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/douglascarswellmp/100232180/if-david-cameron-wants-military-strikes-in-syria-he-must-consult-the-house-of-commons/

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    • 602
      tony says:

      The key get-out clause is “whether troops were commited to military action”. The West fights its wars the cowards way these days i.e. by drones and GPS guided tomahawk missiles

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      • 608
        Blowing Whistles says:

        The key to Tony is that he subverted the laws [In a criminal enterprise {inc Enterprise act 2004} with Charlie F and several others] illegally and unlawfully and therefore he is not immune from prosecution – but getting a straight lawyer, QC or judge to admit to that and the “void” Lisbon Treaty [it was brought about unlawfully] would be a moral and human victory for natural law.

        Seperation of powers – ughh its a myth.

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        • 610
          Blowing Whistles says:

          And Carl Gardner and his friends damned well know I know me stuff and that I have him bagged as a pitiful former lowly ‘politicised’ lawyer minion of the AG Goldsmith.

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  118. 598
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Quote “Foreign Office November 2nd, 1917.

    Dear Lord Rothschild.

    I have pleasure in conveying to you, on behalf of His Majesty’s Government, the following declaration of sympathy with J[ wish] Zi[ ist] aspirations which has been submitted to, and approved by, the Cabinet

    “His Majesty’s Government view with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the J [ wish] people, and will use their best endeavours to facilitate the achievement of this object, it being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-J[ wish] communities in Palestine, or the rights and political status enjoyed by J [ ews] in any other country”

    I should be grateful if you would bring this declaration to the knowledge of the Z [ ist] Federation.

    Yours Arthur James Balfour.”

    End quote.

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  119. 601
    Blowing Whistles says:

    I am going to re-read the Rosenthal papers from the 70’s – so too should some of you f-wit dupes out there.

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  120. 609
    A listener says:

    The BBC is obsessed with sex and gays

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  121. 611
    Syr!a could be about gas: !ranian Gas - South Pars says:

    Totally off the beaten track, but an interesting news article:

    http://www.exaronews.com/articles/4646/why-america-is-worried-about-dwindling-helium-reserves

    Large Helium reserves have been found in !ran’s south pars field.

    Given the strategic importance of Helium in missile technology, this could partly why a sprint towards Tehran is being made. The US reserves are likely a lot lower than has been admitted.

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  122. 613
    albacore says:

    It seems the yanks have a borrowing cap
    And, come October, off gets turned the tap
    Now, that may be a feast of food for thought
    But don’t you reckon it’s time some sod ought
    In monosyllables, here, to explain
    To Dave that his borrowing is insane?

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-23845905

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  123. 615
    The true cost of new labour says:

    The fact that Blair and Labour took this country to war on a lie which led to the deaths of hundreds of thousands, has not only poisoned the well for future conflicts it has also built in scepticism regarding genuine situations where none previously existed.

    Labour did more long term damage to this country that we can ever begin to comprehend. Whenever you stand at a ballot box and should you find your hand clutching that stubby pencil hovering over the Labour tick box ….stop and remember.

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  124. 616
    Anonymous says:

    Wow

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  125. 617
    Anonymous says:

    Into the valley of death rode the 600

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  126. 618
    Anonymous says:

    Blair supports a military strike Sky news

    FFS DON’T DO IT …Blair wants it and so does Labour

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  127. 629
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    I see our cnut of a PM now wants to launch missiles at Syria.

    The useless tool is on the wrong side of every fcuking argument.

    Blair’s written an article backing intervention which should tell him that it is wrong. But no – the posturing plum wants to cut the big man on the global stage.

    He lost my vote long ago but he’s now trying to alienate every Tory in the country

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    Owen Jones says:

    I had to sober up a bit before work this morning..

    So I drank a few cans of Fosters.

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  129. 631
    A Person says:

    This is one of those very rare moments when ‘something must be done’.

    Will someone please detain the Prime Minister. He is insane.

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  130. 632
    Bad Eggs says:

    Someone allegedly farted on the 07.36 arriving at King’s Cross this morning. UN inspectors were summoned but no remaining traces of H2S could be found.

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  131. 633
    The time is right says:

    John Baron …. A leadership challenge NOW.

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

      Ditch dipstick Dave and Willy Vague NOW!!!

      Priti Patel = New Thatcher = Tory landslide.

      Like

  132. 634
    Will there be a war, father? says:

    I hope ‘call me Dave’ Dave is willing to fight on a 2nd front, Luton or possibly Tower Hamlets

    Like

  133. 641
    Truthteller says:

    Heap of Shit 2 (HS2), how did (HS1) go?

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We also need Zil lanes.


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