September 6th, 2013

WATCH: David Cameron’s Land of Hope and Glory

Dave suggested setting his “Love Actually” moment to music. Obviously, it had to be done…


363 Comments

  1. 1
    DtP says:

    There’s no business like showbusiness etc etc

    • 4
      Faceless Bureaucrat says:

      I’m filling up here…

    • 10
      MI6 says:

      Well the Pseudo Democracy has a little going for it, in its rejection of the Upcoming 3rd World War in the Middle East..
      Keeping out NOSE out of other Countries problems is a good way to save our economy. Dave is a Better Politico than Bliar any day.!!!!!!!!

      • 17
        Noose Watch says:

        Where is Tony Blair hiding these days ?

      • 20
        Peace in our time says:

        But then he goes and spoils it by sending vast sums of money abroad, much of it to our enemies.

        • 60
          V1le disgusting toxic Labour trashed my Country says:

          Cameron is now indirectly funding the scum that killed our troops. Great job Cameron, what an absolute arsehole.

          • David Cameron says:

            Look, Al Qaeda are freedom fighters, who have the nothing but the religious freedoms of the poor oppressed, four million Syrian Christians at heart.

            This is why we must support them and allow them to behead Christian monks and priests at every opportunity and further the Wahhabi Saudi moderate cause.

            It would be a tragedy, if our allies, Al Qaeda, were to fail and the tens of thousands of foreign Jihadi warriors we rightly support, fail in their mission to radicalise Syria.

            I am sure you will support my efforts to help them to victory and the peace they will bring to Syria and the Syrian people.

    • 15
      Anonymous says:

      We also now have some of the worst poloticians in the world

      Wankers the lot of them

    • 40
      jake says:

      DAVE YOUR SINKING OUR LAND
      The downward slide has begun

      Britain is about to be flattened by a tidal wave of debt. It doesn’t matter if you vote Conservative, Liberal, Labour, UKIP – or for no party at all. The facts are the facts.

      Let’s take a look at some numbers…

      Two and a half years ago, when the Coalition government formed, we were already in a huge amount of debt. In fact, the previous government had left the country sinking under £700 billion’s worth. Source: ukpublicspending.co.uk

      The Coalition has spent the last two years desperately and very publically trying to get our finances in order. We’ve had an “austerity” budget. We’ve had tax hikes. We’ve had “the cuts”.

      But for all that, our national debt is still growing at an incredible rate.

      Despite David Cameron’s talk of “austerity”, he’s going to add an estimated £700 billion to the national debt in just five years. That’s more than Tony Blair and Gordon Brown added to the national debt in eleven years. It’s more than every British government of the past 100 years put together.

      The fact is, when you look at our finances as a whole, the Coalition isn’t cutting anything. State spending is going up… our national debt is going up… and our interest payments are going up.

      By the next general election in 2015, our national debt is estimated to stand at almost £1.4 trillion
      Source: ukpublicspending.co.uk

      It’s clear: our public finances are in an enormous mess. Anyone can see that. And to some extent, some politicians will admit it. But add in our financial, personal and private debts… and an even darker picture emerges…

      Compared to the size of our economy, Britain is now one of the most heavily indebted countries in the Western world. That’s official. Our total debts stand at more than FIVE TIMES what our entire economy is worth.

      Proportionally, that’s more debt than Italy… Portugal… Spain… and almost twice as much debt as Greece. Those are four countries already in the throes of financial crisis. We’re the odd one out because we haven’t collapsed – yet. But things can’t stay that way for long.

      You see, the only countries that have more debt than us are Japan, where the economy has stagnated for 20 years and the stock market has crashed by 75%… and Ireland, where the housing market has crashed 50%, and the government has been forced to accept a bailout.

      In fact, our debts tower above almost every other nation’sThat’s absolutely incredible, isn’t it? Yet you’ve probably never seen this fact reported in The Telegraph or on Sky News.

      • 54
        Anon says:

        It’s the way he tells em.

      • 58
        Point of Information 5 says:

        The change in Fed policy which is seeing end to easy money in large chunk of the international markets is going to likely cripple UK somewhat.

        This is already beginning to claim victims among third world nations, and has led to the delay of government sell off of its share of Lloyds.

        Would perhaps crash the amount expected to be raised from any other planned privatizations as well. eg. NHS / Post Office / BBC.

      • 312
        Fag End says:

        Very true, we have a whole host of factors coming together to make a perfect storm over the next 10 years. I’ve only got anecdotal evidence but it also seems to me that many of our more bright and capable 19-25 year old’s are skilling themselves for life working all over Europe basically to go where the jobs are. Mean time the low wage/no wage/can’t be arsed are knocking each other up as fair rate. Add the the fact that for all the talk of ‘restructuring the economy’ back toward manufacturing it simply can’t be done on the scale needed. The markets have moved on and the UK is locked out of key sectors (just look at all the imported hardware that goes into windmills!). The elite know all this but can’t bring about change because they are locked into the system. It needed a leader unlike Dave who could see beyond the focus group and the latest social trend to be able to set out bold plans to cut debt and reinvest in the real economy. We don’t have one yet in sight, who knows the next few years might give us one, let’s hop so.

      • 344
        pathetic simplistic cobblers.. says:

        oh how you must miss the good old days of gordon

    • 52
      Wrong Direction says:

      You used the wrong music:

    • 115

      Actually, you have to agree: Eton and Oxford shows chaps how to think on their feet. That was a bloody good performance there, even though I despise the bugger.

    • 354
      broderick crawford says:

      Dave

      This video vignette of yours was fine –faultless even — until the last shot when you attempt a smile.

      Never smile Dave — that limp wristed lip contortion takes away all vestige of seriousness from you , shows you have an underdeveloped almost childlike sense of humour and that you have never in your lifs succeeded in delivering a good joke — apart from the one about Nick Clegg being one .

      Stay serious PM — displays of alacrity are disciplines you patently have not yet mastered and frankly make you look a wanker .

      Yours ever …..

    • 361
      UKBorderLooker says:

      What an incompetent old fraud. Dame Edna Everage could have done it much better!
      He speaks with forked tongue – as usual.

  2. 2

    Oh! He does go on!

    • 55
      Dangerous Waters says:

      What country put slavery ON the seas?

      • 61
        Engineer says:

        Lost in the mists of time, but possibly either the Egyptian ‘civilisation’, or the Phoenicians or their predecessors.

      • 67
        History says:

        The Barbary Pirates. Other than defending us from the Spanish, French and Dutch, the Royal Navy was being sent to North Africa on missions as early as the 1620s to free English slaves. The words of Rule Britannia were meant to be taken literally at the time it was written.

      • 69
        Partisan Mong says:

        The Labour Party.

      • 97
        The Mayor of Whitney says:

        The Arabs actually

        In East Africa

        • 106
          British Library says:

          The slave trade refers to the transatlantic trading patterns which were established as early as the mid-17th century.

          http://www.bl.uk/learning/histcitizen/campaignforabolition/abolitionbackground/abolitionintro.html

          • Blame it on Arabs says:

            “It has been estimated that, by the 1790s, 480,000 people were enslaved in the British Colonies.” – British Library

          • rick says:

            Slaves have been Africa’s main export trade since the beginning of recorded time. Still goes on amongst the different tribes.

          • Ode to Joy says:

            Strictly speaking, that particular pattern of movement and trade in slaves should be called ‘a slave trade’ . There were other well established trades and routes during the same period from West to East across the Sahara, to the Levant, the Sudan and Arabian peninsular, from the Balkans to Istanbul, from the interior of Africa to Zanzibar, and of course in entirely other areas of the world, such as within the Siamese empire. But, being ‘the’ British Library, as opposed to ‘a’ British Library, one can’t expect a complete picture to be provided by the know-it-alls.

          • wun hung lo says:

            The slave trade refers to anything in context. It has been going on at least since the end of the Bronze age.

      • 117

        Most probably one or all of the “civilisations” of East Africa, the Horn of Arabia, the Perisan Gulf and/or Southern Asia.

        So your point is what, exactly?

        • 362
          UKBorderLooker says:

          We’re STILL slaves here, never mind about the colonies.
          Freedom of speech – history!

      • 120

        In fact, knowing a bit about “The Arabs”, being half-Lebanese as I am, I’d put money on it being if not actually invented by “The Arabs”, then perfected as a “trade” bu them, and I claim my £5.

      • 148
        Anonymous says:

        Africans , they were the biggest slavers

        used to cart then from the dark heart of Africa for the whities

        • 172
          Zymen Danseker says:

          They started off by carting them around for themselves and then for the Arabs before the Europeans got in on the act.

        • 330
          Point of fact says:

          The Africans and Arabs still are the biggest slave traders in the world. Time and the leftist media, have given them a complete free pass over this.

          • Greatness Guff says:

            Britain had helped to abolish slavery “once morality kicked in at the start of the 19th Century, but that was only after we had profited from slavery for 300 years”.- The Guardian

          • fail says:

            The Gruaniad

  3. 3
  4. 5
    Vince Cable's rucksack says:

    Good ol’, Dave. I nearly had a tear!

    • 9
      Chris Bryant says:

      I nearly had a tear but my proctologist said it was just a scratch

    • 335
      Brainstorming Idea says:

      Ed Miliband to read patriotic speech on new video. Background music – a Justin Bieber track: “Baby, Baby, Baby”. Video to be posted on You Tube as Ed Miliband and Justin Bieber twerking. Could go viral.

      • 342
        PR Twerk says:

        Building on that idea of Dave using One Direction.
        Justin has more followers than One Direction but Miley Cyrus will be better for Ed than Justin. She gives him a better image than Dave’s Boy Band. Miley may be persuaded to perform at the Labour conference.

  5. 6
    Bingo says:

    Shut the fuck up dave

    Putin has a pygmy’s cock

  6. 7
    Dave should resign now says:

    If it was Nigel making the speech, this would be dynamite !

    Was the music meant to drown him out ? :-)

  7. 8
    will of stratford says:

    This royal throne of kings, this sceptred isle,
    This earth of majesty, this seat of Mars,
    This other Eden, demi-paradise,
    This fortress built by Nature for herself
    Against infection and the hand of war,
    This happy breed of men, this little world,
    This precious stone set in the silver sea,
    Which serves it in the office of a wall
    Or as a moat defensive to a house,
    Against the envy of less happier lands,–
    This blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this England.

    • 14
      And after 13 years of Labour and a few years of Dave says:

      This land of PR tosh, this sidelined isle,
      This realm of high taxation, benefits-paradise,
      The giving away of sovereignty, to EU fools,
      Against the indigenous, with secret court rules,
      Jimmy Savile,
      This once great land now laid to waste, England.

      • 65
        Blue Peter Goldfish says:

        They have given us into the hand of new unhappy lords,
        Lords without anger or honour, who dare not carry their swords.
        They fight by shuffling papers; they have bright dead alien eyes;
        They look at our labour and laughter as a tired man looks at flies.
        And the load of their loveless pity is worse than the ancient wrongs,
        Their doors are shut in the evening; and they know no songs.

        We hear men speaking for us of new laws strong and sweet,
        Yet is there no man speaketh as we speak in the street?.
        It may be we shall rise the last as Frenchmen rose the first,
        Our wrath come after Russia’s wrath and our wrath be the worst.
        It may be we are meant to mark with our riot and our rest
        God’s scorn for all men governing. It may be beer is best.
        But we are the people of England; and we have not spoken yet.
        Smile at us, pay us, pass us.
        But do not quite forget.

    • 23
      Anonymous says:

      This royal throne of kings, this sceptred isle,
      This earth of majesty, this seat of Mars,
      This other Eden, demi-paradise,
      This fortress built by Nature for herself
      Against infection and the hand of war,
      This happy breed of men, this little world,
      This precious stone set in the silver sea,
      Which serves it in the office of a wall
      Or as a moat defensive to a house,
      Against the envy of less happier lands,–
      This blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this England.

      Now swamped by immigrant and turned into a shithole

      Well done Tony and Dave

    • 359
      Wilfred, thinking it may have been a bit of a fucking waste says:

      What passing-bells for these who die as cattle?
      Only the monstrous anger of the guns.
      Only the stuttering rifles’ rapid rattle
      Can patter out their hasty orisons.
      No mockeries now for them; no prayers nor bells;
      Nor any voice of mourning save the choirs, –
      The shrill, demented choirs of wailing shells;
      And bugles calling for them from sad shires.

      And all to have our lands handed over to immigrants without a drop of blood or tear shed.

  8. 11
    Dame Diane says:

    He forgot Gibraltar and the Falklands. They are our islands too.
    And we invented the nuclear bomb. And what about Thatcher. Enid Blyton, Agatha Christie and Katie Pryce? And what about Tom Jones and Cliff Richard? What about winning BOTH world wars? What about penicillin and x-rays? What about DNA tests? Gad – it’s endless….

    • 28
      Owen Jones says:

      But the greatest of these is Harry Styles as my friend Dave implied.

      • 347
        Harry says:

        I cried when I saw Dave have his Glory moment on YouTube.
        However, I’ve never seen that Elgar dude at the MTV Awards.

    • 77
      Engineer says:

      Erm – point of order. We did have a bit of help with the two world wars. You know – the Commonwealth, America, and one or two others….

      • 78
        Engineer says:

        Mind you, we did invent Katie Price, so we do have some apologising to do.

      • 100
        The Mayor of Whitney says:

        20 million Russian dead

        A mere detail to Dave which he has forgotten

        • 112
          Carry Hole is a porcine homunculus says:

          and Stalin…

        • 122
          Britain is not a US protectorate. says:

          Well we ” libera$ed ” only half of Europe from Fascism we gave the other half away to Stalin in 1944.

        • 178
          Ribbentrop says:

          Dead, in part, because Stalin thought he could make a deal with Hitler in order to seize parts of Poland

          • Not Blowing Whistles says:

            And in part because Russ!a’s army was weakened following the purge of 90% of his experienced officer corps by Stal!n just before H!tler initiated operation Barbarossa.

            Stalin exterminated Lenin’s version of Marxism, and demonstrably set Russ!a back 30 years.

            Stal!n permanently destroyed the socialist dream.

  9. 12
    Tickat says:

    Our best invention was the apple

  10. 13
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:

    I never knew the LibDem former leader of Kingston Council

  11. 18
    Daily Ref says:

    Su-fucking-perb

  12. 26
    Point of Information 5 says:

    Why did Dave mention clearing the continent of fascism, but failed to mention how we helped contain the forces of socialism ?

    • 32
      Watcher says:

      Haven’t you noticed? We didn’t, it’s called the EU now.

    • 34
      And Quite Flows the Don says:

      He’s in Russia. They they think they fought and destroyed fascism alone

      • 313
        Fag End says:

        From a pure material point of view the Russians certainly inflicted the greatest losses on Germany. They did the thing that all politicians try to avoid doing in a war simply that you have to destroy the enemy’s army in detail. Which means hard and heavy fighting with the attendant loss of life. However you count the dead the people of the old USSR certainly paid the price. WWII like WWI was a coalition war and all nations did contribute and certainly when Britain and her Empire stood alone in 1940 we were the only force still standing against Hitler. Rationally we should have made peace and made the best of it but we didn’t we fought on it cost us more loss of life and the Empire. But it did enable Europe to be freed at least in part (Stalin’s terror fell on Eastern Europe). For a small island I’d say no mean feat.

  13. 30
    will of stratford says:

    Could be a worse remix.

    Coronation Ode.

    Elgar must have wanted to shoot Benson with both barrels.

    We hate West Bromwich Albion, has a certain ring to it…

  14. 35
    Glanaman says:

    We love our Dave here in Wales, if you look closely and in a certain light, he is dead ringer for some of the mountain sheep where I live

  15. 39
    Russian barrista says:

    Guardian Towers must be reeking of vomit by now.

    • 53
      Lard Pressclott of Beams, Bellies, Banjos, Bulimia, two bog seats, two Jags & Shags. says:

      Like my upstairs bogs.

  16. 43
    Glanaman says:

    Just read this piece from Seen Elsewhere.

    What Cameron Didn’t Say About Russia | Iain Martin

    I think they must be handing out drugs in the Telegraph.

  17. 48
    Couldn't make it up says:

    Did the Russian say it in English?

  18. 57
    Point of Information 5 says:

    Still no mention of what ‘evidence’ clearly points to the regime. UK is listed on that declaration.

    Missing G20 nations on the list are:

    !ndia, Russ!a, South Afr!ca, Argent!na, Braz!l, Mex!co, G’ermany, Ch!na, !ndonesia, EU

    Spa!n has been included even though they are not in the G20, so perhaps are representing the EU in spirit ?

    Russ!a have stated that they will come to Syr!a’s aid in the event of a foreign assault and are moving a landing force into the region.

    • 91
      What a plonker. says:

      The landing assault craft is to rescue trapped Russians in the event of major missile strike.

      • 123
        Casual Observer says:

        That was the propaganda used late last year / earlier this for justifying the Black Sea fleet heading in. :-)

        • 139
          Britain is not a US protectorate. says:

          The US and its puppets !

          • I just don't get it says:

            Why are these countries supporting al-Qaeda affiliated jihadist Syrian rebels?
            The rebels have used chemical weapons in the past and have murdered Christian priests and nuns over recent weeks.

          • Al Ki Da says:

            Obama has long been suspected of being a Muslim by American right-wing conspiracy theorists. His genius has been in doing nothing to dispel those suspicions

          • Carry Hole is a porcine homunculus says:

            It depends how you define Muslim.

            His Kenya parentage and middle name certainly lead you to believe at least one of his parents wanted that.

            His being in a black supremacist church and the amazingly opaque degree funding being far more worrying…

    • 225
      Gordon Brown says:

      Spain is the twenty-first member of the G20.

  19. 62
    Confucius says:

    He who lives by jingoism

    Dies by ridicule

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  22. 72
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    Vlad says:

  23. 80
    Engineer says:

    Putin will be sorry when we send our Aircraft Carrier to throw paper darts at him!

    • 88
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      1.) Have we got an aircraft carrier still in commission?.
      2.) They are useless anyway against any reasonably modern militarily equipped Country, will get taken out by one missile (and that’s now never mind in 10 years time or whenever when imbeciles get launched).

      • 94
        Engineer says:

        1) Yes.
        2) Rubbish. Our high tech secret paper darts, developed at great cost during lunchtime at a secret weapons establishment near you, are absolutely lethal at a range of – oh – several yards, and are almost undectable by radar, ultrasonics, infra-red, and traffic wardens. Aimed carefully, they could easily have someone’s eye out.

        • 98
          Blue Peter Goldfish says:

          Better to dip the tips in an ink-pot first but that might contravene the Geneva convention.

      • 127
        Dave the Strategic Genius says:

        Well, we have the bit that floats, by and large.

        The bit that flies, not so much.

        Why – is it important in this age of peace ?

  24. 81
    nellnewman says:

    ++++Laugh++++

    Well if we had to have music I would have preferred Jerusalem.

    But he was right about the rest . And at least he wasn’t gurning!!

  25. 85
    Quantitative Sleazing says:

    “Land of Hopeless Tories”?

  26. 90
    Anonymous says:

    no mention of the Empire (or the Anglosphere!)

  27. 92
    Nendi Kagasko says:

    Oh, shut up Cameroid and continue to dodge giving this small. “wonderful” country an out from the EU…

  28. 93
    Nendi Kagasko says:

    McCain Gets grilled like a kipper at his Town Hall Meeting

  29. 102
    albacore says:

    And he mumbles that with his bare face hanging out?
    Land of Hope and Glory replacing Twist and Shout?
    Well, shake it up, Davey, now, and spread it about
    What you’ve done to Britain, you need more than a clout

  30. 104
    Boris Yeltsin's ghost says:

    The crescendo of anti Russian outpourings from Murdoch minions, the Commentator (whatever two poodle show that may be) and some pseudo intellectual hack having a nervous breakdown at the Telegraph (not entirely surprising) sounds like the voice of the Russian Oligarchy squatting in London

    Happy yo have pillaged their billions and to have got out alive after their gang wars…

    • 114
      Casual Observer says:

      The oligarchs in London may be a little more concerned about one of the issues which was settled at G20 away from the distractions.

      That would be an international system set up to stop tax evasion.

      Russ!a wants it’s $, and some folk may be leaving London soon for sunnier climes.

      • 126
        On what planet are you living? says:

        “An international system to stop tax evasion” you say

        You are extraordinarily naive if you think that G20 action (effective in two years time) will have any effect on these gangsters.

        The tax evasion industry and bent lawyers in the City of London will have found a hundred ways around the G20 action long before then

        And who wil launder their money?

        The London banks of course who are specialists in the matter and have been for years

      • 133
        Britain is not a US protectorate. says:

        They will be packing and moving on to their little refuge funnily enough not too far from Damas8cus , where the chances of them being extradited are the same as an IR.A bom8er being extradited from Boston.

      • 141
        If it's Marxist, Cameron will be all for it says:

        An international system to end tax evasion?

        Sounds like international Marxism to me.

        What next, international tax harmonisation, so there can be no escape from the looters and pirates who run the globalist debt show.

        • 144
          The London tax evasion industry -bent lawyers eveyone says:

          And we will all be unemployed…

          bwaaaaaha

          • Point of fact says:

            A willing serf I see. Why not get off your knees, taxation is theft, the government did not earn your wages, you did. What right have they to steal them from you?

      • 145
        Stop censorship says:

        Here is a good article by experienced war reporter Fox of the Evening Standard in case you didn’t see it

        http://www.theweek.co.uk/middle-east/syria/54912/what-obama-risks-if-congress-gives-backing-syria-attack

        • 168
          Casual Observer says:

          The ‘hard proof from sources independent of the UN inspection team’ is a problem.

          What are the sources ? If not Syr!an government, then who ?

          NGO’s cannot be trusted after the Agent-15 scam they tried to pull earlier this year. They are likely referring to NGO Medecins Sans Frontiers, who quite frankly have a clear VI in this and cannot be trusted. (Note: They are being targeted now, perhaps to kill the source ?)

          Word on the street is that Congress Yes, House No may be outcome of upcoming votes, passing the buck straight back to Obama who will be forced to make a decision based on the fact that government cannot decide.

          At present, it is looking like No votes will be returned, putting Obama in a catch-22 where he will either have to back down on the red line, or subvert democracy.

          The task is getting harder with Russ!an build up.

          One thing that should be observed: With all of the extra attention etc., if the stated aim of military intervention is to prevent use of CW by Assad (not that I suggest he did in the first instance), this extra attention will be making that happen.

          Military intervention is therefore not required for that reason.

          So why are they persisting ? :-)

          • You seem to be getting more long winded as you age. You also appear to becoming a little intemperate of other views.

          • Cato Institute says:

            AIPAC stupid

          • Casual Observer says:

            Is that a troll ? :-)

            Perhaps a tad wordy, but don’t mistake critical for intemperate. Would be very much more interested to hear your analysis of the issue, rather than a critique of mine (meant in a friendly fashion). You can cross check all of what I speak of above or I can post some links. None of the above is my view, just cross sections of what I have found in the PD.

          • Casual Observer says:

            @CATO: That could be the case, but there does appear to be a bit more going on. There is more than one lobby on the interventionist side, and focusing on that completely ignores the arms lobby.

            http://www.foxbusiness.com/government/2013/09/06/collateral-damage-syria-strike-to-hit-us-budget/

          • I have been driving over the Alps today as I indicated earlier and have just got in and unpacked and had something to eat. The sockpuppet at 7:46pm is apparently just a sicko and wrote at the time I was passing Trieste. The posts in my name in the first thread of this page are also sockpuppets and the first one at 5:20pm was posted whilst I was driving down the Tagliamento Valley from Tarvisio.

            In the last four weeks or so it has not been possible for me to keep up with the news and so I don’t feel like commenting in such circumstances.

            Apart from mentioning that the new way of politics on both sides of the pond seems to be putting the problematic issue to a body of electors in such a way that ensures that your wishes will not be carried out. Am not sure whether this is double, treble or some other multiple bluff.

            Just remind me, they do still get pay and expenses for all this mess up, don’t they?

          • Casual Observer says:

            Hi SC: If that is you or even the ‘sock puppet’ – I hope you are having a good evening. Am just trying to think what you were writing about before the sock puppets started showing up – you must have been on the money somewhere.

            Take my remark above to Sock Puppet at face value. All hell has broken loose in the media past 2 weeks. Think full on war footing propaganda, amusingly without the war thanks to Parliament last week.

            Am still very much interested in looking out for your takes. There are some very deep philosophical issues at hand, and as I just realized on an earlier thread, a subtle constitutional one with our man Dave, thanks to Blair / Hain.

            Advice: The DM is a no go dis-info zone.

          • Having been sleeping after my seven hour drive, it should be clear to most that the entry under my name at 2:36 is yet another sockpuppet.

            Shame that he cannot make an original contribution himself.

            And yes, I do have my Treaty of Rome handy. What would he have me do? Pay tax that is unlawfully raised by spendthrift states keeping him in Buckfast or similar?

          • Havіng been sleepіng after my seven hour drіve, іt should be clear to most that the entry under my name at 2:36 іs yet another sockpuppet.

            Shame that he cannot make an orіgіnal contrіbutіon hіmself.

            And yes, І do have my Treaty of Rome handy. What would he have me do? Pay tax that іs unlawfully raіsed by spendthrіft states keepіng hіm іn Buckfast or sіmіlar?

  31. 105
    Stolen innocence 2012 of United Wheeldom says:

    Reblogged this on stoleninnocence2012's Blog and commented:
    Enjoy everyone

  32. 107
    Johan says:

    Imagine Ed trying to do the same…

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    nellnewman says:

    Well let’s face it Ru ss ia may be bigger than us but most of their population are vodka dependent – medieval ru ss ia was known for its lack of civilisation, intellect and culture and not much has changed right up to the present day.

    So come on – cameron’s right for once.

    • 121
      I d on't n eed no d octor says:

      The Russian interior is no different to that of the USA. Poor!

    • 166
      earl grey says:

      n e ll worried about a knock on the door in the night or polonium cup of tea at her cafe.

    • 183
      Point of Information 5 says:

      Russ!a is not all bad, but far from great.

      They are pretty good at Chess and do have a good tradition in tea.

      Looking at this another way: They are still recovering from communism, 20 years or so in thus far. Look at where the UK is after just 13 years of Labour…

      • 220
        Stop Censorship says:

        This is still the best book explaining the pillaging of Russia by the Oligarchs

        They killed the author, Forbes contributor Paul Klebnikov

        Estimates of their pillaging now run from between $1 TRILLION and $1.4 TRILLION truly colossal amounts

        You can see why they do everything to stop this coming out, including killing journalists

        • 238
          Carry Hole is a porcine homunculus says:

          “gangster capitalism”. Yet they all need state connections to rent-seek those billions…

        • 250
          Point of Information 5 says:

          Am very familiar with that case – thank you for the book recommendation.

          Put!n has been operating in and environment of ‘gangster’ politics for a while now out of necessity.

          O’bama started in this frame in Ch!cago.

          If both Put!n and O’bama have defaulted to this frame now, this explains some of the apparent gaps in the reasoning for their decision making. Gaps which appear if one assumes a higher frame of decision making.

          Perhaps Dave is not aware of this.

          Applying high diplomacy to a conflict situation between two maf!a bosses engaged in a turf war, by analogy, will not get you very far. In fact, your nuanced logic will be dismissed, and you will be sidelined.

          This is an awful development for international relations if this is what is going on right now. France needs to be very careful.

          • Stop Censorship says:

            I agree

            But the French are more used to gangster turf wars than you think

            Sarkogz’s dealings with Putin, Kaddafi, and Assad among others were always more than ambiguous… Hollande has many of the same advisors

            For details, the best site for insider France is mediapart.fr – quite a lot in English

            Re Cameron -he is heavily influenced by Blair who has become a gangster now

            So not so naive – but his off the cuff reactions recently have been very childish and do no good for Britain or anyone else…plus Blair is now megalomaniac and a danger to everyone including himself!

          • Point of Information 5 says:

            Yes – France knows how the game is played.

            Being aligned with the US on Syr!a, they are putting their own strategic interests above Russ!a’s, and are entering direct competition against Russ!a with the US.

            This is a very dangerous.

            France are of course putting all other NATO members in harms way, as NATO they have calculated as their shield against Russ!a.

            Agree on Bla!r. He needs to be removed as he is an existential risk to UK security.

            If Cameron persists trying to emulate Bla!r, he will only damage his and UK credibility further. Cameron is not psychopath: he will only wreck himself personally if he continues to follow the Bla!r pattern. Time to step back and reassess.

          • Alphonse Capone, noted Chicago businessman, says:

            “Applying high diplomacy to a conflict situation between two maf!a bosses engaged in a turf war, by analogy, will not get you very far. In fact, your nuanced logic will be dismissed, and you will be sidelined.”

            But I DID say, “A gun, and a kind word, will get you much farther than a kind word alone.”

            It was in The Untouchables, so it has to be true.

          • A view from atop the pyramid says:

            But Ed took Dave’s gun and threw it in the river.

            Showing up for gun fight with a knife is one thing.

            Showing up with a gay rights lobby pamphlet is something else.

      • 222
        Poor Russia says:

        That is funny Guido

        We are not allowed to mention published books? K l e b n i k o v

        Are thet that powerful?

        • 254
          Blowing Whistles says:

          Our politicians assert that they are our masters which is of course, a big fat lie. But who are the politicians enslaved to, and who are their masters of deception – now there’s something to ponder.

          It’s what the msm in this jurisdiction (UK) and even the US jurisdiction – won’t say and the subject matters which they dare not speak of which is their undoing innit?

        • 296
          Jimmy says:

          Only as fuel. This is a rightie blog after all.

          • Tachybaptus says:

            Only what as fuel, Jimmy dear? Have been checking back and can’t see what you are on about. But you seem to be seeing imaginary Nаzіs under every chair at the moment, so perhaps it would be too much to expect rational thought from you.

          • Leftie twat spotter says:

            Well if you don’t like it fuck off to Labour list or Pravda and have your annual subscription fee to this blog repaid on the way out

    • 363
      Hully Gully says:

      Tend to agree Nell,though had some decent composers-Mussorgsky,Rimsky korsakov,Borodin,Prokofiev & Shostakovitch.Not totally devoid of culture.

  34. 119
    I d on't n eed no d octor says:

    Putin doesn’t want the USA to attack Syria because he knows the weapons he has supplied Assad will be useless, the USA weaponry will obliterate any resistance from Syria. Agendas, don’t you just love them.

  35. 125
    RomaBob...picking a pocket or two ! says:

    WTF no news today about Saint Nelson Mandela, is he still alive??

    • 128
      I d on't n eed no d octor says:

      Computer says yes.

    • 129
      RomaBob...picking a pocket or two ! says:

      What do we pay our TV licence fees for if they do not give us daily updates on Saint Nelson Mandel ??

      • 143
        Engineer says:

        Q. What do we pay our TV licence fees for?

        A. To ensure large salaries, huge payoffs and spectacularly indecent pensions for a legion of senior managers, and to ensure the continuation of transmission of multiple series of Britain’s Got X-Factor Talent On Ice and assorted American cartoons.

        • 228
          Guidos'windcreen wiper says:

          I prefer My Talent on Icecream, the crumpet is more tasty

          Or Cuming Dansing

          They make me think of that Buffoon Patten everytime I switch them off

  36. 130
    Jimmy says:

    A proud history, a great legacy, in many ways a beacon to the world, a message undermined only by the knowledge that this once great nation is led by David Bloody Cameron.

    • 134
      RomaBob...picking a pocket or two ! says:

      Careful……… Mr Cameron is a World Leader !!

    • 135
      Case for voting Labour says:

      Can you please put together a paragraph which would credibly support Ed being in his place ?

      • 142
        Еd Міlіbаnd says:

        Bwitain hathn’t had a dethent leader for thicthteen yearth, and thtill it’th wecovewing from the cwithith that thtarted in Amewica. Tho you might ath well elect me, I can’t make thingth any worth. (Though I will twy to.)

      • 147
        Engineer says:

        “We must take the lead in waiting to see what everyone else does, and then join in.” – E. Miliband (otherwise known as Mr I-Don’t-Think-I’m-Indecisive-But-I’m-Not-Sure.)

    • 233
      Carry Hole is a porcine homunculus says:

      Bliar and G. Clown been memory holed?

  37. 131

    If Britain removed fascism from the continent you lot must be the incontinent.

    • 136
      Britain is not a US protectorate. says:

      and they replaced it with Stalinism in the east and Yankee doodle dandee in the west. Sweet!

    • 149
      Collectivism is a left wing ideology says:

      Fascism is a variation of collectivist socialism Jimmy and is alive and well all over the continent of Europe including the UK.

      Only today they prefer to refer to themselves as ‘progressives’ and dress up Hitler’s ‘third way’ as public, private, partnership.

      You never know Jimmy, one day you may even grow a pair and reveal the origin of corporatism.

      Though knowing your pathological dishonesty when it comes to all things leftard, I doubt it.

      • 155
        Casual Observer says:

        I think you may be a little off the mark with some of your analysis, but you are fundamentally right about pathological dishonesty: That is the Marxist revisionism showing in the guy.

        i) Fascism is quite different to socialist collectivism. The only truly fascist government to have existed was Mussol!ni’s !taly: It features an authoritarian government on a blend of statism and corporatism. This blend is prominent in the political economy of the system, which really is the true defining quality of a fascist system of government.

        ii) 100% Correct: Private-Public Partnerships are a pure fascist construct. See the political economy.

        iii) Anything connected with NSDAP is National Socialist: This is slightly different.

        iv) The political economy of NSDAP was mainly militarist. It is usually corrupted to be fascist but was not. A key difference is that despite the state being primary customer for corporate production, the state did not have a key ownership stake in those companies.

        This for example is why it would be wrong to label the US military industrial complex as a fascist system.

        v) The ‘third way’ sold by progressives today is communitarianism. This is a different structure again. Different to fascism, the corruption in the political economy involves state owning a stake in corporate interests, but the corporations also take part ownership of state interests. The economic feedback is provided by the state subsidizing directly corporations with public money.

        In many ways the progressives of today have been selling a very regressive system.

        The freedom of the individual is restricted more firmly under communitarianism than either fascism or socialism.

        The socialists did repaint fascism as the bogey man post WWII as they needed to revise history to shield themselves from the excesses of Stalin and the NSDAP.

        • 171
          Cato Institute says:

          And here is the right philosophy for the US which also applies to the UK today, from our friends at the Cato Institute (who have some maturity)

          http://www.cato.org/publications/commentary/isolationist-charge-last-refuge-scoundrel

          • Casual Observer says:

            Reflecting the libel term isolationist back to interventionist in order to shift the argument is a sound move.

            The libelous label approach with with false ‘isolationist’ charge does not stand up to critical analysis though:

            i) It relies on an assumption that being a collectivist (diametric opposite) is the norm. (Socialism is good in the US ?!?)

            ii) It is an absurdity:

            So we apriori assume that collectivist is good in order to make pejorative isolationist stick. But in the process of labeling we isolate the target, hence are advocating the opposite of what we feel is good.

            Once labeled, the targets side of the debate is prejudiced, and you push the target into the isolationist position closing down the debate.

            Using this style of debate, you are really arguing for isolationism rather than collectivism.

            This is the precise same paradigm as Labour used under PC to incorrectly label anyone rac!st if they had a contrary view on certain Labour policies.

            Labour did that as they knew they could not defend those policies, as the interventionist lobby cannot defend theirs either.

            In both cases now the factual evidence is in, so their arguments are lost, and people can safely ignore the labels.

          • Cato Institute says:

            Too long….!

            Yoy could have just said: It’s intellectual smearing

          • Clouseau Institute says:

            Not now.

          • Casual Observer says:

            @CATO: Agreed long. Just spelling out for others who may not get the nuance.

            Would you describe the abuse of the rac!st label as intellectual smearing though ?

            In both cases there is a strong whiff of intellectual dishonesty, as the Cato article makes clear for the false isolationist libel.

        • 210
          Cato Institute says:

          I dopn’t know if this post will slip in under your arse on this column

          But I will try… The wac ist label question: answer:

          Yes of course, to be quick and sharp, as the Actress said to the Bishop or Sherlock said to Watson or whatever…just look at Aaronovitch (horrors)

    • 161
      Jimmy the Dhimmi says:

      You must be the subcontinent

  38. 146
    The bruvvers stitch it up again says:

    Unite has been cleared of trying to rig the selection of a Labour candidate in Falkirk, claims which led to a major row between the union and Ed Miliband.

  39. 150
    An Eagle was right... says:

    Report should be published.

    • 173
      Paul's former headmaster says:

      How about the Chilcot Report kids?

      And the SOCA Report on bent lawyers

      Let’s have some priorities boys

    • 174
      Guido's former headmaster says:

      How about the Chilcot Report kids?

      And the SOCA Report on bent lawyers

      Let’s have some priorities boys

  40. 151
    In other news says:

    MPs will debate whether to ban the burka today, as the first of a tranche of radically right-wing private members bills hit the Commons.

    Philip Hollobone’s bill would make it illegal to wear a garment with the “primary purpose to obscure the face” in a public place.

  41. 156
    Herman van Rumpboy says:

    Proof that the euro is a crap currency

  42. 160
    RomaBob...picking a pocket or two ! says:

    WTF is ‘underware’ ?

  43. 163
    The British Media are cuunts says:

    We also gave the world the BBC. OK that was a fuck up.

  44. 167
    Rabbie Burns says:

    Don’t know when ‘Land of Hope and Glory’ came to represent Great Britain.

    Mind you, it is typical of the mindset that equates all the achievements of GB with ENGERLUND.

    • 284
      Edward Elgar says:

      When I wrote the music in 1902?

      It is better than the Scottish dirge which seeks to define a nation as “not England”. That puts you with 194 or so other countries. So what?

    • 307
      Your Friendly Neighbourhood Pomp And Circumstance Service says:

      Sir Edward Elgar, on a tour of America, received an honorary degree at Yale University in 1905, and, as the recessional music for the occasion, which was also the commencement exercises for the University, Land Of Hope And Glory was played– and an American tradition was born, one which spread rapidly to other universities and even to schools on lower levels, of playing LoH&G as both the processional and recessional music at such events.

      Elgar himself was, of course, quite chuffed about this, since, when the music is played simply as an instrumental, without what some might consider the rather jingo pietistic-sounding lyrics, it IS an impressive piece to be played to mark an occasion of great joy coupled with hope (and perhaps glory for those participating in it), not fraught with all the imperialist baggage it might have in the UK.

  45. 176
    Hoots! It's Clown says:

    Just applied for the next series of Mastermind, specialist subject “The life and works of Gordon Brown”.

    I bet Magnus asks me tricky questions about stuff I’ve never heard of!

    • 211
      Bill Quango MP - x says:

      Welcome and here are your questions.

      What did Gordon do to establish his reputation as a world statesman (Pass)
      What did Brown say when asked if he should hold an election to be leader of the Labour Party (I’ll pass)
      Why did the Labour Party endorse Gordon brown? (Pass)
      What did James Purcell say when asked if he would support Gordon brown? (Pass)
      What did Brown do in 2007 when he had a chance to easily win a general election (pass)
      Now Gordon is old he can not just claim all his expenses for doing no work but also a free bus .. (Pass)

      (Whaaaa whaaaa whaaaa)

      Thank you! And at the end of that round you have scored 6, which coincidentally was Brown’s personal poll rating in 2010.

  46. 177
    moderate influence says:

    Channel 4 running a line of an over confident PM in their denigration of the UK fronted by a Oxford wimmin prof, not the Beard.

  47. 193
    Dave should resign now says:

    Has Dave got back from Russ!a yet ?

    • 218
      The public says:

      Would we notice if he didn’t? He’s done so little of relevance to our lives since he has been PM.

  48. 204
    Claire Perry says:

    Once again I wish to clarify that when I tweeted
    ‘Guido is the porn king of the Internet. He posts degrading pictures of women for male gratification”
    what I intended to tweet was
    “thank you for bringing certain erotic images hacked into my website to my attention.”

    It’s funny how spellcheck can misinterpret words isn’t it?

    • 239
      Lou Schippings says:

      Yeah, it sucks. What I really hate is typing “for” on Android and having it always come up as “fur”. Every f*cking time.

      I thought Google’s people were supposed to be smart.

      • 248
        Google's compterised hacking system says:

        We are monitoring you

        Expect a deep and permanent infiltration of all your systems

        If you persist, your systems will become dysfunctional

  49. 207
    Hard of Earing says:

    Cameron likes wonder erection.

  50. 209
    White van Man says:

    I look at Putin, then I look at Obama. I’ve got more in common with Putin.

    • 212
      Chukka Obama says:

      Racist!

    • 237
      Lou Schippings says:

      Putin’s suddenly looking very old, though, isn’t he? He’s aged about 20 years in 6 months.

    • 255
      Blowing Whistles says:

      To the dirty money-lending indebtors – those who enslave others – they are laughing once again at divisions amongst the masses.

      Divide and rule is their Chosen Golden Rule to make profit and enslave everyone who is divided.

    • 256
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Fascism and Communism are very clever and very crafty constructs – with which people have been divided.

      What if one group – was funding both sides – wouldn’t they be laughing all the way to their bank?

      • 259
        We are so lucky to read your words says:

        Great that you have spotted that and enabled us to wise up. Where would we be without you?

    • 287
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Someone bring me another troll – this ‘we are’ one has twatted himself.

  51. 229
    Sports punter says:

    3will the Patten-Thompson fight be shown live on Sky Sports?

    With Viscount Anji Bouton commentating?

    Give us the scoop please

  52. 243
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Some very interesting comments and tubes above. Our political system cannot cure itself of its infestation of criminals with too many secret and hidden agendas. There are too many old boys clinging on to the beliefs of their whole lives – and it is sad to say that they appear not of any moral backbone to be able to recognise that their belief structures have all been tainted with duplicitous and misleading intent by those who have pulled their strings with promises of money and stardom on a worldwide ‘stage’.

    How sad?

    • 249
      Google's compteystem says:

      It’s called Social Darwinism

      And it has swept everyting else away

      Philosophy and morality no longer exist

      We are post modern post Enlightenment and without any hope apart from

      Eat drink and be moderately unhappy (or doped)

      For tomorrow we die

    • 251
      A Human Being says:

      I am always impressed by people who can spot the strings being pulled where others are concerned but would never consider themselves to be anything other than entirely autonomous free thinking free agents.

      • 258
        Nietsche says:

        You sound like an Oxford PPE tutor

        “Words mean everyting and nothing” – depending on who speaks them

        “Morality is entirely relative and therefor means nothing”

        “God is dead and we are meaningless pebbles on an accidental beach”

        So just go and eat the hearts out of your fellow men and you will be regarded as Supermen in a Post Apocalyptic world

        • 260
          We are so lucky to read your words says:

          You have misplaced your admiration. Only Blowing Whistles’ insights are worthy of any attention or analysis on here.

          • Nietsche says:

            I am just blowing bubbles in my bath

            But thanks for the advice

          • Not Blowing Whistles says:

            Oh, I would disagree with that.

            However is it wise to draw attention to his points by misplaced ridicule if you are trying to discredit him ?

            Unless of course your intention is to amplify his message ?

          • We are so lucky to read your words says:

            Not your fault. According to Blowing Whistles’ brilliant insight, you are probably having your strings pulled by someone in the world of money-lending without even being aware of it.

          • Not Blowing Whistles says:

            @Nietsche: Was replying to BW’s troll above.

            BW does seem to partially preach an inversion of Zarathustra’s roundelay:

            ‘You are asleep—
            From a deep dream I awake you and swear:—
            The world is deep,
            Deeper than day had been aware.’

            One wonders to which higher power he alludes to though: Those of Z’ion or the Z’oroastrian super men atop the pyramidal rock ?

            We know which ones he thinks, but unless he has climbed to the top, does he know for sure who let him think that ?

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            To Wasltryw at 11:09 pm – Ever heard of “Freedom of Expression” – It is something that has served a great deal of people so well for many decades .

            Yet ‘they don’t really want others to know about it so much now and promote the ghastly drivel that the msm can only mention freedom of speech.

            There is a gulf of difference between the two – and mongrels know not the difference much less DARE refer to it.

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            If a statistic was stated to be 6 million around 1948 – but then it was propagated in 1975 as being 12 million; don’t you think someone has attempted to inflate the statistics for some or other reason?

          • We are so lucky to read your words says:

            You are not worthy to think you understand Blowing Whistles’ brilliance or to speculate as to whether he is correct or not about anything. All I can suggest is that we all abandon our petty attempts at thinking for ourselves or communicating about the mere snippets of his wisdom we have managed to half-understand and humbly wait for more of his wisdom.

          • We are so lucky to read your words says:

            If only Blowing Whistles had been around in 1948 and 1975 to set everyone straight.

          • We are so lucky to read your words says:

            It is quite possible that he was. His wisdom is so all-encompassing it is quite possible that he has transcended time itself. In which case we should be even more grateful that he finds it within his heart to comment on Guido Fawkes’ blog for our education and to give us a chance to admire him above all else.

          • Not Blowing Whistles says:

            @BW: Twa!n’s comments on statistics are relevant.

            The statistics of body counts, especially if gathered during periods of conflict, should always be treated with a pinch of salt.

            Look at what has been happening with the Aug 21 stats in Syr!a.

            If you measure the standard deviation on the figures which have been released, this is quite large. (This will give a measure of error on the underlying data)

            If you ask who was doing the precise counting, no one can tell you.

            I strongly urge you to check what !ran’s FM Z’arif has been saying on the issue of the shoah in past few days, before getting caught up too much in the argument you are putting forward.

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            We are – are you my new troll smear merchant – now trying a different tack seeing as I have blown away so many others. Do keep it up you’ll blow your own self up if you go on that way.

            btw to NBW – you say ‘unless he has climbed to the top …’

            I don’t need to climb anywhere – I have had every tier of the pyramid from the bottom up prove to me that they are the sufficent ignorant and lesser tool fools; so much so that they have damned and downed me for daring to speak out against their duping masters who scare them witless and into subordination.

            Interesting article in DM today about msm men being suborned to and under meedya laws – whereas I ain’t.

          • We are so lucky to read your words says:

            Blowing Whistles probably knows who did the counting. It might even have been him.

          • We are so lucky to read your words says:

            Being blown away by Blowing Whistles must be a marvelous experience. He probably has a lot of experience at that kind of thing. Being the only person wise enough to see things as they are and not how string-pullers want them to be seen probably helps. Those people already blown away should consider themselves very lucky indeed to be on the receiving end.

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            NBW – If I have been on holiday because of the spinelessness of the tiers in this jurisdiction to address the facts and chicanery in the judicial system here – then I will attack those who for their invertebrateness sent me on holiday because of their subordination to the deceivers here.

            Speak out – come to court with ‘clean hands’ and I will listen. Dirty hands dispence dirty law, judgments and orders.

            Judicial Tyranny – is wot we ave.

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            To We are … – you are obviously new here … very new … have fun ‘cos I have been down the road of personal attacks as many on here already know of. Enjoy attacking me – but not the subject matter. Twat.

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            So … Our politicians assert that they are our masters which is of course, a big fat lie. But who are the politicians enslaved to, and who are their masters of deception – now there’s something to ponder.

            It’s what the msm in this jurisdiction (UK) and even the US jurisdiction – won’t say and the subject matters which they dare not speak of which is their undoing innit guv?

          • We are so lucky to read your words says:

            What a fine reposte. Not clear how it gets transferred into action, but no doubt the encapsulated wisdom of so many years and a deep understanding of string pulling will enable Blowing Whistles to achieve something outstanding. I had no idea that ‘twat’ was the kind of erudite insult a wise and transcendent dispenser of distilled un-string-pulled wisdom like Blowing Whistles would select in between statistical analyses, but what do I know?

          • Not Blowing Whistles says:

            @BW: Please do not read my remarks to you or about you as disrespect.

            The K’osher N’ostra, to coin a phrase, cannot be tackled directly or head on.

            Shining the light carefully can expose, and light is the best disinfectant.

            It is interesting that many of the crimes which society here find abhorrent and which are picking up lighter and lighter sentences in the UK, are in fact not considered offences in modern day Ephra!m ?

            Just an observation.

          • Tachybaptus says:

            My plaid awa’, my plaid awa’,
            And ore the hill and far aw’a,
            And far awa’ to Norrowa’,
            My plaid shall not be blown awa’.
            The elfin knight sits on yon hill,
                 (Ba, ba, ba, lilli ba!)
            He blows his horn both loud and shrill.
                 (The wind hath blown my plaid awa!)
            He blows it east, he blows it west,
            He blows it where he liketh best …

  53. 244
    Little Boy Blue says:

    Kirsty’s boobs are up and down.

  54. 246
    NSFW says:

    Boris bike at the Mayors office:
    http://tinyurl.com/ml4qszy

  55. 247
    Alex says:

    The World Wide Web was invented in Switzerland on an EU grant using American bits and pieces.

  56. 261
    Bent Badshow says:

    Some Libor MPs may be uneasy but I’m easy.

    • 295
      Jimmy says:

      The Daily Hitler: Your #1 source for what was in yesterday’s grauniad.

      • 299
        Not Blowing Whistles says:

        The DM is a hostile source of propaganda.

        Ignore it.

        Labour are right to ask questions of the new !ranian government, but should remain cautious.

    • 305
      Labour are splitting says:
      • 325
        The BBC in the Middle East says:

        Speaking to the BBC, the Middle East War Envoy added:

        “Intvervention with boots on the ground worked in Iraq and in Afghanistan.

        We need carpet bombing followed by boots on the ground in Syria and then Iran.

        We must, in the meantime, do everything to support the Jihadis.

        We mlay risk WW III, but shit does happen.

        My policy in the meantime wil lead to permanennt war in the Middle East

        I will have therefore fulfilled my role”

        PS. George Bush and Dick Cheney agree with me, as do Al Q e e d a

  57. 262
    The BBC are cunts says:

    THE DETECTOR VANS WILL BE ROUND YOUR WAY TOMORROW.

  58. 266
    Winston Churchill's Grave says:

    Stop turning Winston

  59. 270
    Education, Edyerkayshun, Eddyookaashun says:
  60. 291

    Go on dave
    Nice tan

  61. 297
    Jimmy says:

    btw to all my rightie friends, have fun on your march tomorrow but please try to behave this time.

  62. 298
    EU Watch says:

    Looks like Merkel may be in serious trouble:

    Word is the Grand Coalition may be a no go.

    For any who continue to doubt that UKIP are a credible threat in the UK, keep an eye on what AfP do in G’ermany, and more importantly the reasons why.

  63. 303
    albacore says:

    They say there’s none so blind as them as won’t see
    You reckon London’s still an English city?
    Try opening your eyes and have a quick peep
    It was hijacked while the British were asleep

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-23990854

  64. 304
    EU Watch says:

    Some pictures of G!braltar traffic queues:

    Somewhat unacceptable…

  65. 308
    A view from atop the pyramid says:

    If regime change is not being pursued, then there is no reason to intervene.

    The proposed objective of degrading Assad’s forces is a policy of indirect regime change. This original object is being replaced with explicit regime change now, a subtle but important difference to what will be voted on in the US.

  66. 316
    NATIONAL RIP OFF err LOTTERY says:

    As of next month the national lottery are to DOUBLE the price of a ticket
    from £1 to £2

    They say that most people welcome this as the Saturday jackpot will rise from £4.2 million quid to £5 million quid

    So the jackpot goes up by £800,000 yet their profits more than double , and this is what most people welcome ?

    • 319
      • 329
        Lotto a great idea better than football pools says:

        It was destroyed by Liebour the moment they got the Olympic games, they halved the main prize on the Saturday and the Wednesday draws , while they were still extracting money for “good causes” and if you remember took money for the NHS, from what I can see, everybody then went over to the Euro draw because they knew the government of the day can’t remove money for “good causes” apart from taxes as it’s appears to be a company draw, so the prize is good money, yes I do it when I remember and I don’t bet on anything else, the greasy dead grasping fingers of the politicians have killed the golden goose .

        • 337
          Someone else says:

          I stopped buying when I had a good hard look at some of the left wing fronts which were being funded by the lottery.

  67. 318
    Not in my name says:

    What’s Cameron doing offering support for US action in Syria?
    The House of Commons rejected such a notion.

    • 323
      It's the late 1930's all over again says:

      It rejected participation in targeted missile strikes specifically against military chemical stockpiles (no women, children or baby milk factories involved). Of course such strikes are now pointless as speed was the important thing before these stockpiles were split up and hidden. something you and many others seem to have failed to understand.
      It’s not our problem I hear said well its not but it will be shortly. Given our isolationist stance I am just wondering in a very few short years where our very own Pearl Harbour is going to be?
      It’s coming of that you can be very assured because when these guys finish fighting each other they will turn their collective attention on us.

      • 339
        It's 2013 and bloody cold says:

        Since when has Britain had an “isolationist stance”, the Syrian civil war is nothing to do with us, you may be right on it coming to a town near us, but it doesn’t mean the people of Britain won’t return the fight, only more viciously, even though the politicians have diluted the indigenous people of the country with mass immigration .

  68. 320
    Labour gerrymandering again says:

    As the Gruniard indicates that the next general election will be decided in vunerable constituencies by ethnic minorities everyone quite happy to accept a hidden report on Falkirk including the BBC.

    Can you just imagine the furore and squeals of indignation had this been the Tories

  69. 321
    N H S MANAGER says:

    Bokk another holiday Betty , That fucking idiot Cameron has given the NHS another £500,000,000

    • 324
      Anonymous says:

      It’s either that or labour and the beeboids pump out not safe in Tory hands, dumb shits vote labour to allow them back into government to just again throw money at a crap failing service all over again

      Meanwhile Cameron is being attacked by BBC and labour for kicking out all these managers labour installed in the first place and replacing them with more nurses than Labour ever had

      Your choice really what do you want him to do

  70. 322
    BANKRUPT SPAIN says:

    Yes i know we are the worst bankrupt economy in Europe and we have 50+% unemployment , But it is very important for us to bid to hold the 2022 Olympic games
    No we don’t have the billions of pounds to stage it , but the EU will force Cameron to borrow it for us

    • 336
      Brussels Penpusher says:

      I agree. Industrial scale scrounging should be an Olympic event. Only then will Belgium, France, Portugal and Spain have a chance to shine.

  71. 327
    ISAMBARD KINGDOM BRUNEL says:

    What a tit ! He was doing alright until he blew it by just the mention of One Direction !
    At that point the needle should have scratched across the record , and a short clip depicting a Tumble weed blowing across the desert inserted

    • 348
      Labour isn't Twerking says:

      That mention of One Direction will make the video go viral on the Internet.
      But I doubt that was the intention. He is a probably just a big fan of Boy Bands.

  72. 351

    Wonderful to see Dave wave his baton!


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Rod Liddle on the loony UN sexism special rapporteur:

“There is more sexism in Britain than in any other country in the world, according to a mad woman who has been sent here by the United Nations.

Rashida Manjoo is a part-time professor of law at Cape Town University in the totally non-sexist country of South Africa (otherwise known as Rape Capital Of The World).

Mrs Magoo has been wandering around with her notebook and is appalled by the sexist “boys’ club” culture here, apparently.

I don’t doubt we still have sexism in the UK. But is it worse than in, say, Saudi Arabia, d’you think, honey-lamb? Or about 175 other countries? Get a grip, you doolally old bat.”



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