September 23rd, 2013

VIDEO: McBride Mobbed by Fans as He Arrives at Conference


  1. 1
    The General Public says:

    Quote of the Conference from Balls – “You can’t just brush away years of incompetence.”

  2. 2
    The EU is croques (de merde) monsieur says:

    And all she wanted was a Big Mac and coke.

  3. 3
    Mark Oateη says:

    Nothing wrong with a bit of smearing.

  4. 4
    Labour going into meltdown says:

    He knows how Ed Balls and Ed Miliband operate.

  5. 5
  6. 6
    Sir William Waid says:

    McBride and goon?

  7. 7
    Shriti Vadera says:

    I can see Green Shoots of recovery.

  8. 8
    BBC Peαdo Depatment says:

    Rolf Harris, Jimmy Savile, Dave Lee Travis and Stuart Hall never appeared on the BBC and were nothing to do with us at all. Now here’s the weather with Laura Tobin.

  9. 9
    He's leaving, On a jet plane says:

  10. 10
    Ell's Balls says:

  11. 11
    Spot the Dog with Fat Dirty Balls says:


  12. 12
    The BBC Moll, Flanders says:


  13. 13
    Hoots! It's Clown says:

    I shall plead insanity and so shall I

  14. 14
    Ed Milli Puppet on a Unison string says:

    My herwo my herwo , oh hang on he’s not anymore
    * do you think anyone noticed*?

  15. 15
    EUSSR watch says:

    Has he been sacked? Normally they take their shit out in a cardboard box under escort don’t they?

  16. 16
    the dog that smelt its own **** says:


  17. 17
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

    The economy isn’t flat lining but Ed Balls is fat lying, as in he’s a fat lying c’unt :-)

  18. 18
    farmer on benefits says:

    they bin’ well fertiloized!

  19. 19
    Vote UKIP and get MIlliband and Balls and UKIP is further away from EU referendum than ever before says:

    UKIP probably won’t win a seat in 2015, it certainly won’t win many. If you vote UKIP in a general election, you will not get UKIP. Grandiose exclamations of what it stands for are all well and good, it won’t make jot of a difference after election day.

    If UKIP is willing to put Ed Miliband in Downing Street because it is too proud to do a deal with the Tories, then it is not a friend of the right. As things stand it is blindly heading towards that outcome. 2014 might be about giving the Tories a deserved slap, but 2015 is not, and shouldn’t be.

    If UKIP’s supporters don’t open their eyes and realise this, it is they, and we, who will suffer the consequences.

    Alex Wickham is the Political Editor for and tweets at @WikiGuido

  20. 20
    Samantha, aged 7, says:

    We can sack him by voting him out of office, can’t we?

    Why do we as a democracy have an unelected president?

    Why do the LibLabCon politicians allow this?

  21. 21
    Vote UKIP and get MIlliband and Balls and UKIP is further away from EU referendum than ever before says:

    This is becoming insane now. Balls for the 11th time uses taxes on banks to pay for a labour wish list. Labour have learned nothing they are stark raving mad. God help us in 2015

    Parents should get 25 hours free childcare every week, says Ed Balls in ANOTHER raid on the banks. The shadow chancellor unveiled the pledge in his speech at Labour conference, but the party has already promised to use the bank levy for 11 different policies.

  22. 22
    Tin-Tin says:

    Laura’s gone to “Daybreak” now.

  23. 23
    Make your vote count. Vote UKIP says:

    Before the last election. We were told to vote Dave and once in Power he would turn into a Tory.

    I’m not about to fall for that a second time.

  24. 24
    Ed Miliband is a c*nt says:

    Christine Pratt and her national anti bullying helpline charity were destroyed by these Fuckers in the Labour party for revealing the truth.

  25. 25
    One-term Dave (dragging the Tories to their grave) says:

    Well, my good Sir, what he needs to do is pluck the fruit from the Magic Money Tree – that’s what I do, what what.

    £600 million every year to buy lunch for rich people’s children? Not a problem, with the Magic Money Tree!

    £11 billion every year on foreign aid to countries that don’t need it? Simples, with the Magic Money Tree! (And by jove, look how the countries I give money to thank us! Only four Britons dead so far this week – still, it is only Monday! Spiffing!)

    £20 billion every year to the EU, so it can flood our benefits offices with illiterate scroungers? No problemo, with the Magic Money Tree!

    The Magic Money Tree – it’s fabulous! (Although I can’t quite work out how I’ve managed to use the Magic Money Tree and double Britain’s debt.. Ho hum!)

    Tally ho!

  26. 26
    Anonymous says:

    The video resolution’s f’ing terrible. Was it taken with a 10 yr old nokia?

  27. 27
    Keep Dave,lose votes to UKIP get ED says:

    The tory party only have to ditch dave and adopt some fucking conservative policies to win the next GE

  28. 28
    Sir William Waid says:

    Tax and spend.

    We tried that.

  29. 29
    Casual Observer 2 says:

    It is communitarian thinking.

    Thesis: Use corporate money to fund socialism (Strictly this is fascism)
    Anti-Thesis: Fund ideal socialism through taxation of the people

    Synthesis: Centrist Communitarianism

    The trap is the draining of corporate money to fund public socialism which at the same time funding ideal socialism through taxation. That is transferring private money directly into public sector, merging public and private sectors, and using tax money to fund socialist aspects of the private.

    Balls is not looking at taxing bank bonus’ to fund his projects, he will be looking to appropriate directly deposits once the economy has been driven into the ground and the middle classes have been leveled.

    For historical confirmation consider:

    i) Public-Private Partnerships
    ii) Tax payer bailout of banks – both cash and part nationalisation
    iii) Resistance from Labour to reprivatization of what was meant to be temporary nationalisation
    iv) Changes to EU law which applies in UK allowing monetary authorities to tap directly savers deposits. This is really an extension of the original transgression of allowing pension money to be appropriated through direct taxation of the funds.

    Ed Miliband sees this as pure Marxism: It is not.

    Ed Balls sees it for what it is, and figures that he can make money off this.

    The coalition are starting to repair this, but will need to exit the EU in order to complete the task properly.

  30. 30
    Sir William Waid says:

    Ballsie is forty-two years out of date, as usual.

  31. 31
    Fuck the LibLabCon says:

    We also tried light touch regulation on the banks, that went well.

  32. 32
    Man from the street says:

    If the Tories has someone like Thatcher as leader 2015 would be a bloodbath.

  33. 33
    Casual Observer 3 says:

    It is commun!tarian thinking.

    Thes!s: Use corporate money to fund social!sm (Strictly: fasc!sm)
    Anti-Thes!s: Fund ideal social!sm through taxat!on of the people

    Synthes!s: Centrist Commun!tarianism

    He cannot make the books balance unless he taps directly sav!ngs depos!ts following the next econom!c collapse which the policies he advocates will cause.

  34. 34
    Man from the street says:

    Actually can you imagine what the polls would look like if Farage was the Tory leader?

  35. 35
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    Too bad YOU won’t be transported to the Virginia Tidewater, Stephanie. Your old boss Larry Summers is out of the running for Fed chair.

    Say hello to your brother Ned for me, all right? Hi-dee-ho, neighboureeno!

  36. 36
    P l e b says:

    Hopefully, the Lib Dems will be annihilated at the next election.

    They have lied to the electorate and enabled the tories to do their worst. In coalition they have cut the life support systems to the most needy while giving millionaires a tax cut. As a consequence many vulnerable people in the UK are homeless, going hungry, unable to get an education or a job, in general they have given ordinary people a good kicking.

    I would hope that after 2015 there will be no Lib Dems

  37. 37
    average joanna says:

    Stuck in the 70’s.
    Just like Miliband’s socialist ideals.

  38. 38
    Alex Salmond, formerly the cleverest politician in Britain says:

    Come up to bonnie Scotland, where from 19th Sep 2014 I shall be implementing hard-left policies of punitive marginal taxation, asset confiscation from ‘toffs’, sweeping renationalisation and IrnBru and sandwiches with the union barons.

  39. 39
    Nick Drew says:

    The spin doctor is so snide, dear
    And he leaks to Fleet Street hacks
    Just a jack knife has McBride, dear
    And he sticks it in Blairite backs

    On the air-waves, in Sunday papers
    Lies a-plenty, causing strife
    Someone’s briefing, paid by Gordon
    Could that someone be Mack the Knife?

    Gordon’s team, they had no pride, dear
    Lies and rumours that they spread
    You can always blame McBride, dear
    So there’s nothing traced back to Ed

    All those Mandys and Wegg-Prossers
    Now they’re making loads of cash
    How McBride loathes all those tossers
    Could it be he did somethin’ rash?

    At Westminster on the river
    Former sidekicks of Gordon Brown
    Lie awake at night and shiver
    Now McBride is back in town!

  40. 40
    Casual Observer 3 says:

    Brown!te (mainly macro) econom!c phrases that mean nothing and should be ignored:

    i) Soft Landing
    ii) Hard Landing
    iii) Prudence
    iv) Green Shoots
    v) Recovery
    vi) No more boom and bust
    vii) Sustainable full employment
    viii) Growth
    ix) Fiscal responsibility
    x) Iron d!scipline (compare Cameron: Cast Iron Prom!ses)

    Ed Ba!!s supported Brown in developing New Labour’s economic policy in the early 1990’s. Ed Ba!!s was Brown’s economic advisor from 1993.

    The framework which was developed was implemented when Labour came into office in 1997.

    The removal of direct government control over monetary pol!cy, the independence of the BoE, was Ed Ba!!s’ idea.


  41. 41
    wrong place wrong companymer says:

    Is McBride is holed up in a Travel Lodge? during the day or part of the day.

    Newsnight should have returned him to is old buddies, Balls, Miliband and Brown, to their £1k (?) hotel suites, well, share the floor, with the hidden cameras etc.

  42. 42
    Anonymous says:

    One little problem with your rant…

    The Conservatives don’t want to leave the EU ….

    I think you should direct your fearsome intellect to persuading the Conservatives to adopt some conservative policies, and for conservatives to propose a deal with UKIP.

    To be honest, I think with the extreme europhile nature of the conservative party, there is no hope for you and the issue is irreconcilable.

  43. 43
    Sir Mary Flappes says:

    I could improve the appearance of the tailgate of Ms Tobin’s vehicle no end. Would need to pop her boot to do so but there would naturally be no charge.

  44. 44

    How many accounts will be left in scottish banks? I know several people in scotland who have already transferred their ISAs into English banks.

  45. 45
    Backstabber says:

    Yeah, I couldn’t believe that he skipped the rest of the line ….. “but we’re going to keep trying”.

Seen Elsewhere

Milburn Health Consultancy Worth £2 Million | Scrapbook
Stuart Broad Right, Peston Broadly Wrong | Ryan Bourne
The 38 Seats in England Yet to Select a Tory Candidate | ConHome
Labour and Green Ecofascism | Matthew Walsh
Burnham Shows Why Labour Can’t Be Trusted | Speccie
Why Online Voting is a Crap Idea | Ballot Box
Time We Showed Super Rich Some Love | Alice Thomson
We Need True Popular Capitalism | Maurice Saatchi
Labour’s Winning Hand | Sebastian Shakespeare
We Defend Labour’s Record | John Hutton and Alan Milburn
100 Tories to Rebel on Plain Packs | Telegraph

Rising Stars
Find out more about PLMR AD-MS

Alan Milburn says Labour’s scaremongering campaign for an unreformed NHS will not win election…

“It would be a fatal mistake, in my view, for Labour to go into this election looking as though it is the party that would better resource the National Health Service but not necessarily put its foot to the floor when it comes to reforming. Look, reforms are not easy, but the Labour Party is not a conservative party. It should be about moving things forward not preserving them in aspic. You have got a pale imitation actually of the 1992 general election campaign, and maybe it will have the same outcome. I don’t know.”

Tip off Guido
Web Guido's Archives

Subscribe me to:


AddThis Feed Button

Guido Reads

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 1,715 other followers