October 21st, 2013

Rich’s Monday Morning View


212 Comments

  1. 1
    Popeye says:

    Very cruel, but I just love it.

    • 26
      Cleggy says:

      Who gives a flying fxxx, I intend to be off to acushy sinecure inthe EU a.s.a.p.

    • 34
      This School contains no NUTs says:

      But it’s a bit daft to say the least to now oppose a successful policy that you previously supported and helped enable.

      • 106

        Since when has consistency been a LibDem core value?

        • 169
          From Sandals to FlipFlops says:

          True. All the time the LibDems were in opposition they demanded an EU referendum and promised to hold one if elected to power. As soon as they got into power they demanded Not to have an EU referendum.

    • 45
      Sir William Waid says:

      7). Oppose anything democratic, such as fair constituency boundaries and free schools.

      • 98
        PDubya says:

        You beat me to that but I would add that I would have substituted “Renege on” rather than a more bland “oppose” in regards to Boundaries.

      • 104
        Taxfodder says:

        8). Urgently plan for a career change out of mainstream politics, must be cushy where performance related earnings are definitely not an issue or talking utter twaddle matters…check BBC out first!

    • 101
      well done chaps, what says:

      At last, a cartoon that has merit, meaning and ‘musement.

    • 180
      Joe Public. says:

      Cruel, but very true and something we can all relate to especially after the beebs Toady Programme this morning when we had Davey et al all speak from the same political songsheet of condemning their partners in government, and then exhaustively condemn all that they previously supported, stating that previously they were ONLY supporting “government policies”.
      Hypocrites and back stabbers come to mind.
      Could be an interesting election for them

    • 181
      What a plonker. says:

      Never trust a Libdem.

  2. 2

    Good one. Add: 7. Stop wearing pullovers.

    • 10
      Pest Controller says:

      8) New slogan : A Cockroach in every kitchen.

    • 15
      Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:
      • 173
        Blue Peter Goldfish says:

        Dickhead, it’s a cartel, every year at about this time, Winter time they all increase energy prices, just a dance to see who is going to take the plunge first, how many people do you think want to spend 24/7 juggling soot?. Fucking tea cosy.

  3. 3
    Village Idiot says:

    …”Busted Flush” comes to mind!
    ……On a different matter,”How many coal and gas power stations could we get for the price of one nuclear power station!

    • 4
      Village Idiot says:

      …….?

      • 18

        You’re missing the point. That nice Mr. Davey is interested only in increasing the price of all power generation means until windmills become economically viable. Thus fracked gas is being so wrapped up in regulation that it becomes incredibly expensive, coal generation is being strangled to death so that it is cheaper to clear-cut South Carolina and ship the processed wood over to the UK, and successive governments have so bolliixed the replacement of nuclear that the Coalition is being robbed blind by foreign interests. All in the name of reducing the production of a trace gas whose only measurable effect has been to increase global plant growth by 8% in the last 30 years.

      • 39
        Village Idiot says:

        …The real answer to energy,is tidal! But,it is so obvious,so green,so guaranteed and so productive that the educated elites will not touch it with a lightening conductor! I believe that nature would eventually adapt to it and it could be done in a “wildlife friendly” manner!
        Given the HS2 money and other investment,this ,along with all the new degree engineers,would be a good thing! (of course,i know zilch about the practicality.)

        • 49
          Sir William Waid says:

          Ah, but it would slow down the rotation of the Earth. Think of that!

          It would also be an ecological disaster for our estuaries, so it would not be very green at all.

          • There was some experimentation going on a few years ago with wave generation. where power was generated by bobbing up and down on the waves. Ideal for the Bristol channel I’d have thought, and kind to the fish as well..

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

            If only we could harness all the energy from a firm pair of tits bobbing up and down when a young girl is running for the bus :-)

          • Burgers are bad for you says:

            You have hit it in one Sir W. But just in case you had not noticed, all these idiot propellers springing up all over the place are there just to counter the slowdown and maintain the earth’s speed.

        • 56

          It’s the Greens who have led the protests against tidal. The Greens want a medieval technology with a tenth of the global population. In practice this means billions of poor, brown-skinned people being sacrificed. Strangely, no prominent Green has offered to set an example by volunteering for euthanasia. The Green movement isn’t only genocidal, it’s racist as well.

        • 74
          Get on and Build the Severn Barrage says:

          Wild Life adapts, it always has and always will. Build a Severn Barrage and all sorts of unexpected benefits to wildlife will happen. Most of our national parks are not so called natural landscapes but are the result of previous and current land management, the rugged coastal Landscape of Cornwall is the result of Nature reclaiming mine sites.

          It’s ironic that the icons of Green energy are Landscape destroying, bird mincing, sinister hum producing giant windmills.

        • 84
          Vlad the Loudhailer says:

          You are quite right VI the answer is tidal, drown the stupid bu**ers in the sea.

  4. 5
    Anonymous says:

    Lets hear it for sandals.

  5. 6
    David Cameron says:

    British Gas

  6. 7
    George Gideon Oliver Osborne says:

    British Gas

  7. 8
    Michael Gove says:

    British Gas

  8. 11
    Iain Duncan Smith says:

    British Gas

    • 14
      RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

      See 9,12 & 13 above.

    • 83
      Dave - I'll do the lyin' you do the dyin' - Cameron says:

      You ghastly oiks should learn to knit to keep warm.

      • 117
        Anonymous says:

        You do know that 50 years ago hardly anybbody had central heating dont you ? so these comments about wearing sweaters are common sense !

        • 149
          Grow a pair and vote UKIP says:

          It’s politics, dude.

          If you’re a rich out of touch Eton arse bandit who is destroying the country through a failure to control immigration and people smuggling, you had better be sure that anything you say in public does not make you sound like an even bigger tosser.

          Rich people telling poor people not to heat their homes but to wear a jumper is profoundly stupid politically.

          It is almost as stupid as failing to control immigration.

  9. 16

    Crafty one this, so pay attention:

    * Make sure all policies we support are both manifestly illiberal and impinge in a highly undemocratic manner upon the people.

    * That way we can use our party name to confuse people that our policies are both liberal and democratic.

    We can rely on the fact that the BBC will have dumbed everyone down so much that they won’t be able to tell the difference.

  10. 17
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

    Point 8.

    ‘Optimise’ postal votes.

  11. 19
    ████ 'changed my tune ' Hoon says:

    THE WOLLY WITH THE BROLLY

    • 118
      Anonymous says:

      You would be more of a wally if you stood there getting soaking wet !

      • 190
        Burgers are bad for you says:

        But outside interviewing these days seems to be de rigueur. If it’s pissing down why can’t they all go inside somewhere? Let’s hope the silly buggers all catch pneumonia – then at least we won’t have to watch/listen to them.

  12. 20
    Derry Cocksporn says:

    Will Nick let me have my old job back when I get out ?

  13. 21
    albacore says:

    And they could pretend they’re against immigration
    That would give Cameron a stinking sensation
    Of promises made, abandoned and forgotten
    In the great LibLabCon state that’s wholly rotten

  14. 22
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

    AH, SHADDUP !

    • 69
      PDubya says:

      I listened to Evan Davis’s leading question and when Greenspan did not criticise Osborne’s austerity plan Evan, in true BBC labour backslapping style, hurriedly moved on.

      • 122
        Lord Stansted says:

        I picked up two other examples of BBC bias (it was a slow morning). (1) The guys who opened fired at a Coptic wedding killing a child were called Islamic militants and not terrorists. (2) An Oxford professor let it out of the bag that the strike price for the new nuclear power station is much less than it is given for off-shore wind generators; the interviewer quickly moved on and this was not mentioned in a later summary.

      • 125
        Anonymous says:

        Sarah Montague and Evan Davis were both dreadful this morning.One man (Lord something) told Sarah “this is typical of the today programme” as she didnt let him answer etc.Evan actually spoke for 80% of that interview with Alan Greenspan, which says it all !

        • 144
          Scrapp the BBC says:

          Yes I heard that – she was trying to say that a policy that had only been going for 6 months was a “failure”.

        • 184
          Big Momma says:

          The Lord McKie?? also said he did not recognize Sarah’s figures and she replied they came from the Guardian.
          She did her best to drown out his ironic (sarcastic?) statement that “if it came from the Guardian then it must be true”
          Evan Davies is a poor man’s economist and has never had a decision deciding job in his life, yet browbeat an old and disillusioned Greenspan. Some years ago Evan Davies was praying at Greenspan’s alter.
          Will he try the same Stasi interview technique on Bernanke?
          He should, but will not have the bottle for it.

  15. 25
    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

    YES & NO, BUT NOT NECESSARILY IN THAT ORDER.

  16. 28
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

    Harsh, but fair.

  17. 29
    Alex Salmond, formerly the cleverest man in politics says:

    To mark Scotland’s freedom from the crushing yoke English oppression on 19th Sep 2014, all place names will be prefixed with ‘new’; New Glasgow, New Edinburgh, New Aberdeen etc.

    New Newton Mearns, New Newton Stewart, New Newmains will be double blessed with SNP newness.

    • 35
      Sweaty sock says:

      New Scotlandland

    • 40
      Chasing the Deer says:

      19 September 2014 of course is merely the date of the referendum the actual secession from UK and independence will take place at midnight 31 December 2015 when the union flag is lowered over Edinburgh Castle for the last time and the Saltire raised as fireworks light up the sky and millions of people cheer…….. over the border in England as a weight is lifted a from the English taxpayer’s purse.

      • 46
        UKIP or bust says:

        and their ears, as all the pompus socialist commentators on the Bbbc become aliens.

        • 193
          Burgers are bad for you says:

          .. and not just the BBC. There are loads of them all over the airwaves. The gnu….

    • 47
      Living in 98.11% white Merseyside says:

      New New Lanark.

      • 54
        Alex Salmond, formerly the cleverest man in politics says:

        New Oldmeldrum will be catapulted forward in time.

    • 59
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

      New Scotland Yard beat them to it :-)

    • 131
      Lord Stansted says:

      New Darien would be more appropriate.

    • 138
      och aye oop the werkers says:

      New Nu Scotchist Labour

      • 174
        altruism in industry says:

        if the Scots want to bugger off and then have a say in the Sterling I think they are a little bit mistaken.

    • 188
      Smart Alec Salmonella and Nickel Sturgeon says:

      I will DO ANYTHING to be the First President of a brave New Scotland.
      So far I have offered substantial uncosted energy and health bribes to the 5 million Scottish residents.
      Ireserve the right to use the UK £, will not pay back any of the £billions spent on North Sea oil support, AND to DEMAND that the UK support me when my economic miracle proves a disaster.

  18. 30
    Labour supporters are just thick thick thick says:

    A left wing view of the nuclear power announcement this morning

    ” we don’t need cheaper power and more power in 2023 we need it now”

    Well perhaps you should have ordered some in the years of terror or maybe we can use the Labour magic power tree and SHAZAM an instant power station ready to push power.

    FFS if these twats get in power we are completely finished they are just thick as pig shit

    • 48
      Labour Strategy...Promise them anything to get back in to power says:

      They are appealing to their core vote….promise everything under the Sun and tell them that the Bankers, Millionaires and Energy Bosses will pay for it

    • 66
      albacore says:

      Support Labour and you support Liberals and Tories
      Since they’re all reading from the same book of fairy stories
      Amazingly reinforced with E U mythology
      To fool you from voting in any way logically

    • 191
      Cor Blimey says:

      Labour’s 13 years IN POWER without one iota of an energy policy, simply kicking the can down the road all the time.
      Now there is a very basic but flawed enery policy emerging they are all over it like a virus.
      The key factor in Labour’s past Energy policy was Hot Air – pity they could not find a use for it.

  19. 36
    I Know Nothing says:
  20. 37
    broderick crawford says:

    A PRESIDENT WRITES|
    I’ve recently had some unplanned leave and I’m dreading going back

    Dear Holly,

    I’ve recently had to take some unplanned leave from work, but now I have to go back and I’ve realised I’m dreading it. I’ve become quite fond of my new routine where I rise at 2pm to spend the afternoon watching Food Network in my dressing gown. Things tick by nicely when you’re not in the rat race. How can I get out of work altogether?

    Barack Obama

    Washington D.C.

    Dear Barack,

    Everyone in my class is desperate for the teachers’ strike to go ahead so we all get some free holidays too. But I don’t think teachers are as hard done by as they make out. If they’re not in the staff room drinking coffee, they are sitting at the front of the class watching us kids do all the work. They’re always standing about asking endless, pointless questions, which suggests to me that they’re under-qualified. Some of them are unbelievably dense, for example in maths Mrs Parsley was asking us all about train arrival and departure times and we were all thinking, for God’s sake just get the British Rail App and stop bothering us. If that woman would just invest in a calculator we could all get on with something more constructive.

    Hope that helps!

    Holly

    • 197
      Obamarama says:

      Don’t worry, I am now working on my golf handicap and plan to spend more time with the children.
      Best, Obama

  21. 42
    UKIP or bust says:

    Nick Clegg: “Free schools are too free”

  22. 44
    What are the LibDems good for ??? says:

    Clegg is so keen to keep in with Labour for post-2015 that he’s even filched their slogan from Labour….”IT was nothing to do with US we were just in government !”

  23. 51
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

    Point 10. Wanting reform of the House of Lords whilst simultaneously stuffing if full of LibDem deadbeats.

  24. 53
    Merchant Banker's bonus burst says:

    Q. Why is Gideon Osborne suffering from insomnia?

    A. Because he doesn’t get whorelicks before bedtime any more!

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2468828/George-Osborne-fought-boyfriend-I-licked-ear-Former-prostitutes-latest-shocking-revelations-tell-book.html

    • 133
      Anonymous says:

      So its open season on GLORIA still i take it ? i hope the TOPLESS PICTURES are printed every time we have to suffer stupid comments about other politicians.Another example of LABOUR hypocrisy.

  25. 55
    Rich trumps the Telegraph says:
  26. 57
    Sir William Waid says:

    The UK’s electricity policy:

    1880 to 1950: Coal
    1950 to 1970: Nuclear
    1970 to 1985: Coal
    1985 to 2000: Gas
    2000 to 2013: Windmills and pixie dust
    2013 to ? : Panic

    • 67
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      2014: Import dried Buffalo dung from the Serengeti.

      • 73
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

        Burn politicians, when they run out burn ecoloons when they run out burn chavs :-)

    • 76
      Vote UKIP - don't get owned says:

      Very good

    • 136
      Selling England by the pound says:

      1990: Tories sell off energy production to Johnny Foreigner

      “Energy supply is not the government’s problem” – said a Tory arse bandit.

    • 146
      Ah! M says:

      When I was a kid we burned Egyptian mummies and used the rest to make glue

    • 200
      Curly says:

      Shouldn’t hot air figure in there somewhere (or can it be ignored because of glob..er. climate change?).

  27. 60
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    Somebody keeps throwing Nicks Cloggs in the works (a sab·o·teur).

  28. 61
    David Cameron says:

    British Gas will help you lose weight this winter for next summer. Don’t eat but stay warm.

    • 81
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      After all this bad publicity British Gas are considering re-branding themselves as High-per-thermia.

  29. 68
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

    The FibDemons have been well and truly rumbled.

    Even if Jesus became their leader they will still get wiped out in 18 months time just like the FDP in Germany.

    Tick tock,tick tock.

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

  30. 71
    Hoots! It's Clown says:

    To confuse the English colonialists, I am today switching about all the road signs in Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath.

  31. 78
    Vote UKIP - don't get owned says:

    Vote Lib Dem – get Tories. Whoops, wrong board.

  32. 79
    Oh Mark why have you forsaken me? says:

    Rich missed out more wearing sandals with socks. Mark wouldn’t have.

  33. 85
    Ordinary Joe says:

    Dave failed to win the 2010 Election against the open goal left by Gorgon

    Dave formed a coalition with the LibDum cnuts

    It’s not Clegg’s fault — it’s that of the gay loving incompetent fucker Dave

    • 107
      Vote UKIP - don't get owned says:

      And all those who voted for him.

      • 129
        Vote UKIP and get Labour AND no referendum says:

        Never mind elect Labour and let them finish the job they started….bankrupting Britain. Still at least we’ll STILL be in the EU as they certainly won’t allow a referendum on our membership….another wasted vote for UKIP

      • 178
        Sick of lumpen polliticians says:

        I wish Nigel Farrage would stand for Witney

    • 201
      BBC Bring Back Communism says:

      We totally supported Gordon as he saved the world and spread socialist mana all about.
      We made him electable and HIS party were ALL happy with him, so there.
      Open goal I should coco.

  34. 90
    Whatever Happened to Dave's ? says:

    Promise to match Labour spending and Taxation
    Promise to match Labour’s green energy and taxation
    Promise to match and increase Labour’s NHS spending
    Cast Iron warranty of an EU referendum in this Parliament
    Big Society
    Support for Andy Coulson
    Repeal of Labour’s intrusive laws
    Boundary changes
    The right to recall an MP who turns out to be a wrong un
    Bonfire of the Quangos
    Scrapping of the Human rights laws
    Clamp down on EU immigration and benefits
    Love for Larry the cat

    • 93
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      Larry keeps sticking his paw into my bowl, I have to hide inside a naff miniature castle.

    • 94
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

      Reducing immigration to the tens of thousands, when it’s running at 500,000 a year and that’s before the hordes of Romanians and Bulgarians arrive in the new year.

  35. 91

    Where is the SON OF COD today?

  36. 92
    David Cameron says:

    I always think my jobs tough but then I think hell, I could be the head of PR for British Gas..

  37. 97
    Purple Tie Watch says:

    Looks as though I’ll have to watch Blue as well now.

  38. 99
    Wanking for Warmth says:

    Everything is in hand for this winter

  39. 100
    Ippikin says:

    And of course we mustn’t foget

    #7. Tell as many lies as you can and hotly deny such when challenged.

  40. 112
    In the dark says:

    Can’t the Franco-Chinese power station construction team, build us a power station fuelled by libdems?

  41. 113
    David Cameron says:

    Energy giant n power has announced an increase in household tariffs of 9.3% for electricity and 11.1% for gas.
    It said the price hikes would be imposed from December 1.

    Vote Tory………..Hear ! Hear !

    • 124
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

      Another nail in the ConDems electoral coffin and more proof of a cartel.

      Only just over 18 months left, tick tock, tick tock.

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

      • 127
        How to reduce energy bills....politicians admit actually THEY can't says:

        Not so sure BBC now admitting that Labour’s policy also unlikely to make any difference as energy prices will double in the next decade. Game set and match to energy companies as politcians flounder to try and deal with escalting cots

    • 128
      Uppthe Werquers says:

      Blame Miliband – they are putting prices up now before that socialist dickhead has a chance to freeze them for 2 years.

      • 205
        Those were the days my friend says:

        Well, he just might save his scalp if he promises to renationalise the buggers as soon as he gets inside No 10.

  42. 115
    Vote UKIP - don't let your granny freeze says:

    The only consistent policies the Liblabcons have is being pro-EU, pro-immigration and pro-high energy bills due to their green energy taxes.

  43. 116
    Dr Oetker says:

    I’ve always loved ovens and the smell of baking.

  44. 119
    Vince Cable says:

    Nice to see businesses diversifying – British Gas have gone into comedy.

    What a joke.

  45. 121
    The British media are cunts says:

    Of course what the British media have forgotten to tell you is that the nuclear plant in Fukushima is still leaking massive amounts of Strontium 90 into the ocean.

    But hey if building these time bombs pleases the left who are we to complain, shame they don’t build 10 of them right outside that lefty bummers shithole Brighton.

    I bet they wouldn’t be so keen on ‘green energy’ then.

    • 189
      Anonymous says:

      Your comment is like the Hare. Gets off to a good start (on the real dangers of nuclear power) but then (with cheap insults against gay people) gets lost along the way.

  46. 126
    David Cameron says:

    raspberry ripple?

  47. 134
    Political rose coloured glasses for sale says:

    I see the power companies have their PR in fast mode today, even that woman who was the big gob for the banks and now is big gob for energy is trying to sell us the dream of expensive energy and going to find out from your energy company how many arms and legs it will cost you to get on a “cheaper” tariff, 2014 is getting closer, and 2015 is not far away Camoron.

    • 142
      Joe and Josie Public says:

      2015 Election Result

      Labour 400
      Cons 180
      UKIP 20
      LibDums 20
      Others 15

      And it will all be the fault of Dave.

      • 162
        Captain Windmill Dave Cameron of the SS Tory Titanic says:

        But surely people love my windmills,gay marriage and the lovable hordes of Romanian immigrants.

        I can’t see how i can fail to win a landslide.

        Wibble.

    • 179
      REALWORLDER says:

      Cheaper tariff my arse!
      You try doing it over the ‘phone being passed from one ‘operative’ to another then finally trying to explain to a call centre in Bombay who don’t have clue what you’re talking about.

  48. 148
    Witty Moniker says:

    Eh? This is sorta funny from Rich.

    Surely some mistake?

    • 168
      It's the way to tell em says:

      Shhh!, it’s easier to get Rich paranoid by not saying anything about his “cartoons”, he expects to be told he’s crap or he’s great but can’t take the silence. :-)

  49. 152
    Graham says:

    Doesn’t Clegg realise that LibDem beliefs and policies are contrary to practically 95% of the electorate ? He’s just fucking thick.

    • 203
      Nick Cleggover says:

      I do not care what you say. I am setting a stance for my party so that when we are in coalition with Labour after the next election all will go well.
      I will be safe in Brussels if it goes wrong.

  50. 153
    Grumpy old git says:

    Co-op Group to lose control of Co-op Bank

    Trust its new controllers call in all the loans (and interest) made to the socialist scum.

  51. 154
    Err says:

    Tories Should Be Party of Energy Tax Cuts | Alex Wickham

    My guess it will be announced in the run-up. Doubt whether Paddy Power will take bets on this certainty.

  52. 157
    Centre Parting says:

    Tesco food is crap – why the surprise that they throw lots of it away?

    • 165
      Fuck Co-op/Tesco/ASDA/Sainsbury's/Morrisons/Waitrose says:

      Growing at 29% YoY they need to go to ALDI.

    • 208
      It's simple economics, stupid says:

      The good folk of the UK have at last woken up to the fact that overpriced goods can just stay right where they are — on the shelf. If Tesco wants to move its stocks it should reduce its prices by the same amount the energy companies have increased theirs. Now there’s a thought for those in Haifa to ponder.

  53. 159
    • 171
      Political rose coloured glasses for sale says:

      Surely the government should be launching a review on their own competences, after selling out to the French and the Chinese, that old song puppet on a string comes to mind.

  54. 164
    Alan Douglas says:

    7. Globally engineer all snow to colour yellow, so it is all yellow-stained.

    Alan Douglas

    • 167
      Captain Windmill Dave Cameron of the SS Tory Titani says:

      Don’t you eat that yellow snow, dont’ go where the LibDems go :-)

      With apologies to Frank Zapper.

  55. 170
    Another One says:

    Clegg. Nick bloody Clegg.

    • 210
      Nash Nalistik says:

      Just how do so many foreigners get elected to our Parliament? It doesn’t happen in most places in the world, so why should we put up with them?

  56. 211

    Well that’s a great view.

  57. 212

    Reblogged this on Ufohunterorguk.com and commented:
    This sums up the Liberal Dhimmicrats !


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“Farage is a snake oil salesman, but a very good one. His supposed anti-immigration stance is all smoke and mirrors, as is his carefully cultivated image as a ‘man of the people’. The truth is that UKIP is a pro-immigration party that exists to lobby for the interests of the City of London.”



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