October 14th, 2013

Rich’s Monday Morning View


  1. 1
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

    Remember vote early,vote often,vote UKIP :-)


    • 6
      I recognise him says:

      It’s Windmili


    • 21
      edmartin says:

      interesting timing – there’s a good chance that we face falling oil and thus other energy prices – the financial consequences of ‘green’ policies may be even more excruciating for the politicoes – the less well off will be taxed for – well – nothing


      • 51
        REALWORLDER says:

        Even if this global warming crap had any truth in it ,could someone please explain to me how , by increasing fuel prices it could make any difference . People still have to cook and heat their houses.


        • 116
          John Bellingham says:

          If energy becomes sufficiently expensive all the “ordinaries” and pensioners will die from hypothermia; this will free up housing stock to accommodate the expected influx of new arrivals from sub-saharan Africa and space in the NHS which cannot continue to afford to treat the illnesses of the elderly when beds are needed for treating the new arrivals for AIDS, TB, hepatitis, kwashikor etc. Old people have only themselves to blame anyway as age is a self-inflicted injury.
          Important people, such as MPs, government officials, BBC managers, policemen, criminals and those on long-term benefits will, though be compensated from general taxation.


  2. 2
    Vote LibDim for higher energy bills says:

    Hysterical! oh dear, thank God a I’m wearing a corset or I’d have split my sides!


  3. 3
    Tim Rice says:

    Or you could do what I did and refuse to accept one million pounds to put windmills on my land thus increasing everyones’ electricity bills and ruining the landscape for all.


    • 114
      Anonymous says:

      Am i the only one who thinks Sir Tim was exagerating re £1,000,000 to put “a few” windmills on his land ?


      • 135
        Sir Tim says:

        “Tim Rice has said he may no longer vote for the Tories because of David Cameron’s enthusiasm for ‘hideous’ wind farms.

        The lyricist said that he could have made more than £1million from offers to put turbines on his Scottish estate, but believes green energy schemes are a ‘scam’.

        Sir Tim, 68, who was once a high profile support of the Conservative Party, said its wind-farm policy has made him unsure how he will vote.

        ‘Wind farms are one of the most dishonest scams perpetuated by any organisation ever,’



      • 187

        No exaggeration over a time scale. These contracts are for twenty five years. And YOU would be paying it through the surcharges on your bills. Meanwhile the developers would be making about £25Million profit.


  4. 4
    Did no gentleman offer the lady a seat? says:


    • 5
      numb3r10 says:

      bites knuckles


    • 7
      We know says:

      Like wider seats.


    • 8
      Abbott. Failed by genetics says:

      Reduced Sunday service having to cope with a Luvvies away day from London Diane.

      Fuck all to do with privatisation. Catch the same train next weekend and it well be empty you fuckwit.


    • 14
      Thomas says:

      I agree Diane. When the trains were nationalised there was always a guards’ van for the heavier and bulkier freight. Ideal for the morbidly fat MP.


      • 62
        Wally Poynbee says:

        Still is on the Gloucester – Padd route. There’s even space right next to the 2 engines – and her screaming could drown out the engine noise.


    • 16
      BlutRail says:

      Had we known Ms Abbott was travelling with us, we would have attached another, wider, carriage.


    • 18

      Remind me, how often is the cheltlitfest held? Ah! Yes! Four times a year, if we are generous and include Music, Science and all that Jazz.

      So she would have the railway capacity increased every day of the year to cater for those four times. Genius!

      Why don’t you try rolling home, Diane?


    • 41
      Big Ben says:

      That’s nothing I stood once all the way to Londonistan from Doncaster in 45 years maybe Donny by the Sea


    • 53
      That is one very Thick MP says:

      Give me strength. Is it compulsory to be as thick as a brick to be an MP.

      FFS it’s nothing to do with capacity. 99% of the tine there isn’t a train on the line out of Cheltenham anyway because there is no demand for more, especially on a Sunday afternoon in Autumn.

      This stupid woman would have the taxpayer subsidise a train service throughout the year that would be barely used except when Londoners go down once in a blue moon to have a book reading event.

      The obvious solution is for the festival organisers to charter a special train for the event but as they have not then it probably was not feasible anyway,


      • 130
        John Bellingham says:

        When I was a kid the football clubs used to charter trains for away matches, but the supporters used to get drunk, have punch-ups and smash up the carriages. Possibly that is why they don’t have “away specials” for Cheltenham, Hay, Glynborne etc. After a few pints of Pouilly-Fuisse, they’ll be urinating all over the carriages and puking out of the windows.


    • 61
      M­a­q­bo­ul says:

      You would think two gentlemen would have got up and offered her their seats.


    • 67
      Where are Tony Blair's expenses says:

      Don’t spend money on HS2 spend it on new rolling stock, longer platforms, better signalling and improved maintenance. There is not too much wrong with our current rail system that sensible investment will not solve.

      HS2 is a con, at first we were told it was all about efficiency and speed; when that was shown to be ridiculous they moved the arguement to capacity. HS2 will cost the Tories 8-10 seats along the rural route at the next election and Cameron and his posh boys are so stupid he cannot see it.


  5. 9
    Anonymous says:

    How we laughed.
    (Is is supposed to be funny, isn’t it? I thought I should just check.)


  6. 13
    numb3r10 says:

    Something about being crucified and windmills and I think it’s meant to be Milliwatt because it says so in the tags. I know he had something to do with windmills but I’m not getting the Jesus bit?


  7. 15
    Jesus says:

    If that’s supposed to be me.
    I was also nailed by the feet with a lance in my ribcage
    And a crown of thorns.


  8. 17
    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    I prefer a good old fashioned coal fire myself.


  9. 19
    Anonymous says:

    Just tiltint!-Ed


  10. 22

    There is no are likely about it.

    Energy bills will rise and they will do so because of him.

    Vote Labour, everyone! Voters just lurve rising bills…


    • 50
      M­a­q­bo­ul says:

      They won’t rise if they are frozen by law.

      Then producers won’t bother to supply anymore. Then we’ll all freeze.


  11. 24
    Jack Welby says:

    Travel by train to cardiff at weekends you have a 2 hour delay amd a lengthy detour via gloucester


  12. 25
    The Tapas Seven says:

    In light of the new information to be shown on Crimewatch, we wish to correct a statement we make to the police.

    We did not order calamares, we had puntillitas.

    Hopefully that clears everything up.


  13. 28
    Mustapha Leak says:

    This is a very insulting cartoon, you have insulted our prophet and our religion, expect a fatwah to be delivered as soon as possible.


    • 37
      Mustapha Leak says:

      Oh sorry, we believe the fatwah is stuck on a train somewhere, coming from the west country.


    • 72
      FFS says:

      Can you please stop doing that. Every time you Islam-o-crazies kick off we get 10 more converts to Christianity in my town and I already have to stand at the back of the church on a Sunday.


      • 129
        ftfoff says:

        You’ll find it’s ZioLoons pretendimng to be Muslims. The actually pay Hasbara students to spread propaganda and hatred.


  14. 29
    Better Off Out says:

    3,600 new laws in three years as EU strangles UK firms http://dailym.ai/1bpcJAB

    GET BRITAIN OUT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    • 33
      Owen Jones says:

      WAKE UP AND SMELL THE BELGIUM COFFEE: there’s NOT going to be a referendum. Did you actually think there was going to be one? UKIP for me now, why? Because i can!


      • 87
        REALWORLDER says:

        The dangers of holding referendum too soon should never be underestimated. The EU propaganda machine would be put into overdrive, no public expense spared ,the BBC, Unions, Guardian , theLiblabcon and all the rest of the treacherous filth would soon begin to frighten millions into believing that their jobs and future property were in jeopardy, any ‘No’ campaign would be outspent several times over.
        The consequences would be a disaster ,because after winning a rigged referendum the EU would claim to have a popular mandate giving them carte blanc to do whatever they liked. We would then face years imprisoned in a morass of regulation and oppression presided over by gloating Eurocrats unable to do a dam thing about it.
        In the meantime we must hope that whole heap of corruption and graft implodes under the weight of another EURO crisis, which with any luck should not be to far off


    • 38
      One-term Dave says:

      No. But I’ll offer you a new relationship with the EU, whereby they only strangle the UK with 3,599 new laws every 3 years.

      With an extra 10 in leap years.


  15. 32
    Ah! M says:

    What’s that pointy bit?
    I think you’ll find he’s circumsised.


  16. 39

    Why isn’t Ed Dicey on the next windmill?


  17. 43
    The Spineless Tit in Number 10 says:

    Yes, but energy bills will also rise for the 600,000 jobless migrants from the EU who are claiming British benefits. We must see how we can help them.


    • 58
      Bollocks Broadcasting Corporation says:

      We have decided not to mention this in our newspaper digest, even though it was headlines in the Mail and the Telegraph. There are more important things out there, like who was voted off Strictly.


      • 154
        Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

        Yes. Censored by the BBC.

        Luckily, Sky are holding a week of honest debate on the subject of immigration (or ‘migration’ as the BBC now call it.)


    • 122
      FFS says:

      There are 4million migrants claiming British benefits because the few that do work are polishing cars for 6quid an hour and paying only £1000 a year in tax, for which they get subsidised housing, free education and free health-care.


    • 138
      Anonymous says:

      We could claim the cost of their benefits back from their Home country, why dont we ?


      • 151
        FFS says:

        Becaused the money we give to the EU is already being used to subsidise their home country, so really it would just be a lot of paperwork to no avail.


      • 168
        Anonymous says:

        Because the Government doesn’t record what country claimants come from, just that they have an European Union passport.

        Basically the European Union does not allow us and as we are not a sovereign nation any more, we cannot change those rules unless we leave the Union and the ECHR.


  18. 54
    Dave your Gay Loving P.M. says:

    Don’t forget me! I’m in the shit too!


    • 77
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

      I hope you’ve got a nice cushy sinecure lined up in 19 months time Dave?

      The other 150 Tories who are going to lose their seats will just have to sign on :-)


  19. 57
    Boris for PM. He's a Proper Job Liberal Tory says:

    It’s a vigorous, voracious press that keeps our country honest



  20. 60
    Fuck the LibLabCon says:

    A Catherine Wheel, Oor are we a bit early for that?


  21. 63
    Jaw drops in disbelief says:



  22. 70
    George Osborne says:

    More Chinese immigration is the answer, that’s what we need!


    • 76
      C. Lucas says:

      Very green. Save transport on millions of those little fans and Christmas novelties.


    • 83
      Bring it on George says:

      I’ve no problem with that. The Chinks work hard, behave well and don’t impose their religions on the population.


      • 161
        Anonymous says:

        Go and see the reality. As with all peoples they initially only export the good. As the route opens up they force the worst along the lines.

        Why would a country suffer the worthless people when they can be encourage to leave? “Let some one else pay” is today’s global motto.

        It is people like you who see a generality in the observation of a few, that are encouraging this dumping. Wake up, humanity is the same the world over.


        • 173
          Dr Faustus says:

          Nearly right. As soon as China works out that its truly worthless people are the 1980’s educated Party rabble we will be in a world of shit. The PRC will be able to dump 25 million idiot, mid-level bureaucrats into Brussels at the drop of a hat – and we would never notice.


  23. 71
    Better Off Out says:

    The EU does not trust the people: Van Rompuy scorns direct election of Commission President http://www.euractiv.com/eu-elections-2014/van-rompuy-underlines-objections-news-531049


    • 91
      FFS says:

      Because he knows full well that the person most likely to win said elections would be Nigel Farrage!

      50% of EU citizens want to see the EU go back to being the EEC, they are the largest single power-bloc within the EU.


  24. 74
    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    I never realised all of the UKs problems were down to foreigners and nothing to do with the indigenous people until I read this site.


  25. 79
    HS2, a fool's promise says:

    HS2 is pointless anyway as the bloody thing doesn’t stop anywhere. So anyone wanting to go to anywhere in between has to do the full journey then get another train back to where they went through earlier. Which will no doubt take longer than if they caught an ordinary train.


  26. 80
    Elm Guest House Receptionist says:

    Happy Birthday Cliff Richard. 73 today.


  27. 81
    Left hating white Briton says:

    Do feel free to f*ck off to Leftard forward then. Missing you already. Not


  28. 85
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:


    • 88
      Go for it. says:

      Nuclear provides the base load 24/7/365 whether the wind blows or not and at night too.

      Money well spent for sensible energy security.


    • 89
      611,779 EU immigrants on JSA & ESA in Britain says:

      What a great idea Ed, fire up those nuclear reactors we’ve always found it a bit cold up here.


    • 92
      A. Scargill says:

      I warned you!


    • 99
      Where are Tony Blair's expenses says:

      Nuclear Power will be a price worth paying – it will give us security of supply and not leave us reliant on politically unstable Russian and Middle Eastern Governments who coulsd turn off the energy taps ay any time.

      One of the reasons it is so expensive is because we have lost the ability ( thanks to the Green Movement and spineless politicians) to build our own nuclear facilities and now we are being held to ransom by the Frogs and the Yanks.

      The US are already looking at building small power stations based on a derivative or a nulcear submarine engine – what a splendid idea.

      At some point fossil fuels will run out so we may as well start building the nulcear power stations.


      • 104
        H2O says:

        Split me.


      • 106
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

        I’d love to see the design for a nuclear electric powered tractor/combine harvester or aeroplane :-)


      • 156
        Mine d'Boggles says:

        I always thought that Rolls Royce were building the submarine engines and had a test facility at Dounreay. Is that a mistake on my part? If so, who makes the UK sub power plants?


    • 121
      The Choice is simple so why do politicians keep making the wrong choice? says:

      Money spent on Nuclear power results in guaranteed electricity capacity. Money spent on windmills and solar always produces less electricity than stated and only when the wind is blowing and the sun is shining.


      • 128
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

        Because, unlike Putin, they haven’t got the bottle to send all the ecoloons to the nearest gulag.


  29. 94

    Energy companies know little Ed will win the next election , thus the 20 month freeze will take effect
    So they hike their prices now so as to maximize their profits during that period
    and Dave lets them do it !


  30. 96
    Casual Observer 4 says:

    Does this imply that McClusky is Pilate ?


  31. 101
    kandnsky says:

    Cheap, pointless and cowardly stuff. a new low for the worst cartoonist working in the media.


  32. 103
    BBC says:

    “67% of public want ‘drastic action’ to cut immigration and 52% of voters say they are more likely to back a party promising to cut immigration significantly”

    They’re all racists.


    • 109
      Relative to Relatives says:

      Is it a bad thing to put your own race first anyway? It’s no different than putting your family first, your town first, your team first, your relations first, your country first etc.

      Why has it become bad in the BBC book of rules to support one’s blood line?


      • 118
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

        Grow a pair and just top paying the telly tax :-)


        • 182
          Chop suey and chips says:

          He obviously does not watch the BBC for if he did he would be more than aware of the huge number of Asians appearing before our very eyes daily on the station.


      • 179
        Anonymous says:

        Only whites are goaded into believing in some mythical aracial universality. Every other ethnic group instinctively looks after their own interests when the chips are down.

        Just look at the London 2011 riots and the instant coming together of Sikhs, Turks, Kurds to protect their own communities, while white metrosexuals wandered around like Eloi.

        Whites are heading to go the way of the dodo, which is probably the objective of certain groups pushing the diversity scam anyway.


        • 189
          Tom Catesby says:

          The myth of ‘integration’ brainwashing didn’t work in the end, so now it’s ‘enrichment and diversity’ we are supposed to be ‘celebrating’.


        • 191
          Valeria Victrix says:

          The minute any white British people got together to protect their streets the police were there in a flash threatening them with arrest if they didn’t disperse.


      • 190
        Tom Catesby says:

        Because the beeb is run by a bunch of inverted racist bigots who hate their own race and nation.


    • 110
      Diane Fatbott says:

      I know !! I know !!


    • 113
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

      Remember vote early,vote often,vote UKIP :-)


    • 134
      FFS says:

      The other 33% were all ethnic minority anyway and they are thinking “just 17% to go and we can make sure that feckin door stays open for ever”


  33. 111
    Rice and Pea says:


  34. 115
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:



    • 174
      or is this just fantasy says:

      OK, might not bring my bills back down, but it would warm the cockles of my heart if Davey were to find himself being burned (in effigy, of course) on Bonfire night.


  35. 126
    widescreen2010 says:

    I think you’ve got the wrong Milliband there.


  36. 136
    He says:

    “Up to 12 police officers have raided the London flat of Natalie Rowe, 47, a former callgirl who was once intimate with UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne and who is planning to publish a book detailing wild parties attended by Osborne and other top Tories.
    Rowe told the Sunday People: “I’m not into conspiracy theories. I’d like to think the fact I’ve been unfairly targeted by the police has nothing to do with the fact my book is about to be published, which happens to be very embarrassing for the chancellor. But it’s certainly made me wonder. WHY did one officer involved in the raid ask me whether I was about to publish my memoirs and WHY did a police inspector tell me I’d be opening a ‘whole can of worms’ if I complained?”
    Rowe, who formerly ran an escort agency under the sobriquet ‘Mistress Pain’, has caused headaches for Osborne before. In 2005 photographs surfaced of the chancellor, then 22, and Rowe – also known as Jennifer Shackleton – at a party in 1994 beside what looks like a supply of cocaine.
    Osborne denies ever taking the drug, a claim disputed by Rowe in an Australian ABC interview: “George Osborne did take cocaine on that night – he took it on a regular basis, with me (and) with his friends. There were more witnesses who saw George Osborne taking cocaine – there are other people out there that know the truth. On that night I joked, when you are prime minister I’ll have all the dirty goods on you and he laughed and had a big fat line of cocaine.”
    Asked if it had ever become more than a friendship Rowe said “yes”, but did not elaborate. However, she did say that Osborne was a regular visitor to her Chelsea flat as she was the girlfriend of landowner William Sinclair, a friend of the chancellor since their days at Oxford.
    Rowe claimed: “George was fascinated with what I did for a living. He was interested in what clients I was seeing, how much I charged and what happened. I showed him the chains, the handcuffs and belts.”


    • 145
      Anonymous says:

      Does Grayson Perry have to dress in womens clothes for mental reasons or is it all a down market “Dame Edna” situation ?


    • 159
      FFS says:

      Ever get the feeling that this woman is an attention seeking nut-job with a tendency for making up stories for the foreign press where she presumes she will not be sued for libel?

      Most prostitutes are rather reticent about telling the general public the details of what they do but there’s no stopping this one is there?


  37. 137
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:


  38. 140
    Demetrius Skortou says:

    611,000 migrants on the dole. You wait until the millions of Bulgarians/Rumanians come flooding into the country and will claim different benefits, for themselves, relatives & offspring.

    ConLabLib policies on immigration should have been properly investigated years ago.

    None of these (bought & paid for) politicians have ever had a mandate from the people whether we wanted to join an EU political union or not, and allow millions of uncontrolled migration into the country, at the cost of billions of wasted revenue, that should otherwise have been spent on providing new housing, schools, hospitals as well as new industries & work training centres, so our own people can get the proper skills training they need to find a decent job with adequate pay.

    Cameron, and the other leaders of these irrelevant parties are sowing a seed of disaster for our country, which very soon could all blow up in their faces.

    Haven’t a significant enough of the British people released that when a sizeable proportion of the people vote ConLabLib, they are in effect voting for the vested interests who own these politicians and dictate policy to the rest of us via these old a tired worn out parties?


  39. 146
    Dave"The One Term Prime Minister" Cameron says:

    Jeremy Kyle makes me want to wear a condom.


  40. 149
    Pundit says:

    The FA have had to double the number of tickets allocated to Polish fans for Tuesday’s football match against England.

    Like the previous Labour government, the number of people expected have been woefully underestimated by the FA.

    The Polish team are now looking to have home advantage in Wembley.


    • 158
      The most amusing claim ever says:

      A few years back myself and my wife were driving into Lichfield from A38 to visit the Garrick Theatre and passed a recently opened shop driving into town which had a sign over the door saying “The Polish Shop” ..”Mm ! I bet they ‘ll soon close down” said my wife..”I wouldn’t have thought there was much call for a shop just selling polish would you ?” Whatever they sell it’s thriving..


  41. 184
    Joan Crawford says:

    Why is Kevin Maxwell nailed to a turbine?

    How is “In shit” a metaphor related to crucifiction/turbines?


  42. 185
    Anonymous says:

    You missed a nail. There should have been one through his Balls.


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