September 4th, 2013

WATCH: Ed’s Syria Blame Shame

The first PMQs after the holiday was never going to be easy for Ed Miliband:

Never underestimate the power of the last word…


42 Comments

  1. 1
    Sandra in Accounts says:

    The tyranny of democracy – we are destined to be ruled by these wankers because of their wealth & family connections until we actually take up arms against this elitist cabal.

    • 2
      Tosh The Bosh says:

      Well fucking said dear, now put your knickers on and make me a cup of tea.

    • 5
      Get that Eagle Brother off the Telly please. says:

      Brillo reporting that Kraut intelligence say the Syrian regime was responsible for gas attacks.

      • 10
        Pissing his panties in terror, Ed Miliband says:

        When confronted by dictators who are gassing women and children, the best thing to do is run away and hide and pretend it’s not happening.

        This policy has served my family well for more than 70 years.

        • 23
          Denial_a_river_in_Islington says:

          Apparently, Ed Milliband has changed his Facebook status from “Cunning” to “Confused”……

          • Aunt Mat says:

            Credit to him.

            He has given world leaders the space to consider their actions.

            Hopefully, we will not be responsible for killing thousands of children too.

    • 6
      George says:

      Remember that includes labour too.

    • 26
      Don't vote for them, then says:

      Golly. You’d never think these people were actually elected, would you?

    • 30
      Anonymous says:

      more lies

  2. 3
    Nendi Kagasko says:

    Actions speak louder than words. Cameroid of the NWO got screwed.

    • 9
      The BBC, The Guardian etc. says:

      Correct. Clearly it’s Thatcher Cameron’s fault that Milliband and Labour voted against action.

      • 18
        Nendi Kagasko says:

        So. I guess Cameroid’s ‘righteous’ anger must apply to the majority of this country then?

        • 28
          Jim says:

          Twit. It was his lack of Moral Behavior in wandering about on the issue that is annoying. It is not what he believes, nobody knows that.

        • 38
          Anonymous says:

          NENDI love, stop being a dick making up childish names for the PM.Nobody reads a post when itcontains that level of intelligence.

  3. 4
    The Court of Public Opinion says:

    FAO Dave, in the name of God, go now!

  4. 8
    Nendi Kagasko says:

    Agent Cameroid’s ‘Rebels’ execute two boys…

  5. 11
    Fishy says:

    That Eagle brother on Brillo’s show is doing very her best not to answer a single question.

    She’s an expert on everything and knows SFA. He is now making a complete fool of herself over Iran’s new leader.

    Even I’m embarrassed for her.

    • 24
      money for nothing says:

      With the BBC offering between 200 and 1500 pounds for appearing on their shows it would seem being an idiot pays.
      Jones, Abbott etc have made a mint without one brain cell between them.

  6. 12
    C.O.Jones says:

    Ed put politics before family. Now he puts party before country.

    • 15
      C.O.Jones says:

      Having said that, opportunists can be useful at times. Never did think the case for war against Syria was proven. So thank you Ed.

      • 21
        Point of Information 4 says:

        But it is still no thanks, as the reason for Ed’s decision was purely party and nothing to do with the merits of the case being put forward for intervention.

    • 33
      Wankers Unite says:

      Yes but he does wank as high as anybody in wome.

  7. 13
    The Eagle has crash landed says:

    Brillo just made the eagle Bruv to look a complete fool. She insisted a chap who called for the extermination of demonstrators was a moderate.

  8. 14
    Steve Miliband says:

    It is clear from the body language that Cameron now despises Egg

  9. 17
    The Secret for Electoral Success in the UK says:

    One would posit for the majority of the UK electorate that the key decision which is considered by the individual voter when casting there ballot is this:

    Which of the candidates on this form represent the Party which will cost me the least over the next five years ?

    It was clear that the voter in 2010 was uncertain, which is why we ended up with the Coalition.

    The Lib Dem’s have shot their chances after the double cross on Tuition fees.

    Labour are hurting their chances by locking the UK in to the higher costs of EU membership without option. Mr Voter is also seeing now the true cost of their economic policies as they feel the pinch of inflation and higher taxation.

    The Conservatives represent good value for money, but are tarnished by the inability to create a real feel good boom as a result of the hamstrung economy inherited from Labour, and the fact that they have indeed committed the UK to continued EU costs over the next few years.

    All UKIP need to do is to put forward a credible case for reducing the costs for the individual.

    Simples.

    • 32
      Wankers Unite says:

      Very simples indeed, Millitwat and Camoron are surely unelectable now and Clegg is the party joke.

      Vote UKIP and at least get a change from the current useless bastards.

      • 40
        Anonymous says:

        HA HA HA, dont you realise that Nige hasnt been elected at all to the UK Government ! i mean the EU has ex Eastenders actors amongst its number !

    • 35
      How To Guides says:

      The majority of the electorate will vote as they did last time.

      Electoral success can be gained by:
      a) encouraging the redistribution of the population or immigration (hard to manage outcome)
      b) changing electoral boundaries (requires a large majority in parliament to produce desired result)
      c) by correctly identifying the issues that affect the relatively small number of swing voters that will decide the result in marginal electorates. These generally require increased taxation to fund. (Easy – we only have to worry about fulfilling promises at the next election if we win this one)

      Costs? Surely it’s only the rich that will be taxed and I’m not rich… At least that’s what the MP told me…

  10. 20
    Heidi Alexander MP says:

    I didn’t show up today as I think it is unfair of me to take up two spaces on these crowded occasions.

  11. 37
    Mags Moron says:

    I’m not well, you know.

  12. 42
    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    I might possibly be missing something here but I thought the idea was that the Prime Minister made the decisions and not the Leader of the Opposition.


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What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?


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