October 30th, 2013

WATCH: Gordon Brown Forgets He is an MP


  1. 1
    Havocman says:

    The people of Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath have probably already guessed. On the other hand, as Labour voters they are probably too thick.


    • 10
      I'm Voting UKIP says:

      Is lying a crime out there.

      If so I hope they chop his tongue off.


      • 39
        Name says:

        The people of Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath are probably not very bright either.


        • 45
          Confucius he say says:

          Man who ex-politician in no need of politician salary or expenses


          • I Remember You Hoo says:

            I wish I could forget that Brown was the Prime Minister and that the Labour party and BBC, knew he was a viscious loon, yet gave him a free ride.


          • Cinna says:

            One of the definitions of “politician” given by dictionary is:

            chiefly US a person who acts in a manipulative and devious way, typically to gain advancement within an organisation.

            Couldn’t have put it better.


    • 11
      Bellow Blow and Bum Esq says:

      Odd that Guido will find this obscure bit of mental Gordon news but fails to report on either IDS’s reaming in court today or the fact that his beloved government is clear to go forward with their censorship charter.


    • 13
      This Blog says:

      Come back, Gordon. We need you.


    • 23
      denry machin says:

      perhaps he’s referring to the luxury of non-accountability if one is ‘ex’

      who’s paying whom, where, how much and for what?


    • 41
      Bobby Digital says:

      That’s the thing, he’s making everyone in Kirkcaldy look like idiots.

      They’re even laughing in Qatar.


    • 52
      The truth about GB says:

      So the fraudster is claiming an Politicians salary yet admits he no longer considers himself one. Thieving bastard.


      • 71
        cynic says:

        Typical Lefty. They think they are entitled to huge payments and benefits at the expense of real people, just for existing.

        If he forgets to work, we should forget to pay him!


        • 87
          Vlad the Loudhailer says:

          When Brown was wrecking the country as PM, he shouted from the rafters that being an MP is a full time job. We need to be able to recall and sack useless MPs such as Brown.


    • 54
      Jon says:

      Many labour MPs like Gordon could insult every voter in their electorate and still get voted in


    • 58
      One Arsed Son of the Manse says:

      Best quote of the day!


    • 68
      Thatcher's Iron Stiletto says:

      Not all of us. I’m an English, living in Dalgety Bay, with the unfortunate luck of having Comrade Brown as my MP. I cycle past his house every day. Not that he’s ever there. Seriously, I know I’d be asking a bit much to see a UKIP or Tory candidate up here, but I would have thought Gormless would have been out on his ass for the locals to vote in an SNP or Lib Dem given the contempt he shows as our representative.

      We have a ****ing radioactive beach down the road and Gordon can barely manage to get to parliament. If we had the right to recall, we could be rid of him – although as you say, I think some people up here seem to have Stockholm syndrome when it comes to the ‘Jonah’, son of the Manse.


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  3. 3
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

    Another corrupt LibLabberCon traitor.

    Vote early,vote often,vote UKIP :-)


    • 14
      Chinky Davey says:


      Michael Maclaire-Hiller is treasurer of UKIP Friends of !srael

      Vladimir Bukovsky is a UKIP Patron

      Mike Zuckerman is on the UKIP NEC, London

      Richard Suchorzewski was a candidate for the party leadership


      • 32
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

        Get back to sucking on Dave’s cock.

        You’ve only got to do it for another 18 months then you can find a proper job :-)


      • 42
        Name says:

        You can always gauge how corrupt and twisted a politician is by how much they suck up to the ZIoLoons and their despot racist colony.


      • 47
        tn02 says:

        Interesting facts. They seem to have the ability to infiltrate every organisation that even gets a sniff at power.

        I did note the article in yesterdays The Times by Hugo Rifkind (son of Malcolm) attacking Saudi Arabia re their laws against women drivers and the perceived lack of women’s rights (for that you read read human rights).

        This is their modus operandi, they attack their perceived enemies by supporting the rights of their females. Only the feminine brained understand how to do this and indeed able to do this (the ones with the patter and chutzpah). Feminism is therefore a subversive tool used undermine nationa socialist states from within.


      • 50
        tn02 says:

        Interesting facts. They seem to have the ability to infiltrate every organisation that even gets a sniff at power.

        I did note the article in yesterday’s The Times by Hugo Rifkind (son of Malcolm) attacking Saud! Arabia for their laws prohibiting women drivers and the hyped up lack of women’s rights (for that you can also read human rights).
        Note how he uses the emotive expression (and incorrect in this instance)…apartheid to attack them with.


        This is their modus operandi, they attack their perceived enemies by supporting the rights of their females. Only the feminine brained understand how to do this and indeed are able to do this (think the ones with the patter and ch*tzpah). Feminism is therefore a subversive tool used undermine national socialist states from within.


      • 69
        Thatcher's Iron Stiletto says:

        I’d take Mossad over LIBLABCON any day of the week


      • 72
        cynic says:

        Just the same in all the parties.


  4. 4
    Newsfox says:

    Good one lads, will RT that.


    • 18
      Chinky Davey says:

      Another fucking mong with yet another fucking tumble weed blog that no one reads popping up on here making comments and desperately hoping that some fucker will click on his shit blog. Fuck off you lonely sad fuck tard.


  5. 5
    Penfold says:

    He mis-spoke.

    He meant to say ex-has been poltroon.


  6. 6
    Joe says:

    The lazy useless bastard what on earth dose he think he’s being paid for!


  7. 7
    Wanda Ringhands says:

    I’m sure there are many people who consider him an ex-politician


    • 25
      Tony Blair says:

      There are many people who consider that he never was a politician.


      • 53
        The truth about GB says:

        There are many people who consider, quite reasonably, that claiming a salary for something he states he is not is fraud.


        • 73
          cynic says:

          We need another Colonel Pride to purge Parliament again. Most of them should go straight to jail – without collecting any more money.


  8. 8
    Marlboro Man says:

    The chase is always better than the catch, isn’t it, Gordon?

    Enjoy your post-coital cigarette.


  9. 9
    Diane Abbott says:

    I isn’t racist, in fact some of her best friends are honkies and crackers.


  10. 12
    Scottish Chav says:

    ‘E’s not pinin’! ‘E’s passed on! This mp is no more! He has ceased to be! ‘E’s expired and gone to meet ‘is maker!
    ‘E’s a stiff! Bereft of life, ‘e rests in peace! If you hadn’t nailed ‘im to the perch ‘e’d be pushing up the daisies!
    ‘Is metabolic processes are now ‘istory! ‘E’s off the twig!
    ‘E’s kicked the bucket, ‘e’s shuffled off ‘is mortal coil, run down the curtain and joined the bleedin’ choir invisible!!
    THIS IS AN EX-politician!!


  11. 16
    The Prince across the water says:

    It’s surprising how soon you forget a place when your rarely visit it….still the voters of Kirkaldy and Cowdenbeath are apparently happy that their MP is rarely at Westminster to represent their interests so why should we complain ? In any event when Scotland becomes Independent Gordon will be permanently out of a job along with 60 other Labour MPs representing Scottish constituencies


    • 35
      Sick of the greed and lies(still) says:

      I think your glass is half full. In the end, they won’t vote for independence.
      They know where they are well off.


      • 75
        cynic says:

        Could compulsory Independence be England’s last gift to Scotland?


        • 82
          Can I suggest says:

          Good thinking. We gave it to half the world in the 1950s/60s so why not now also? If you have a spare moment, give a call to the anti-colonialist committee of the UN. Probably still there in some form or other.


  12. 16
    Stevie Deans says:

    People like Gordon and I are there, first and foremost, to serve ourselves and our friends.


  13. 20
    Boris Carloffe says:

    he can just put it down to insanity. Are the men in white coats not there


  14. 21
    Larry Grayson says:

    The Queen of Jordan meets the Queen of Cowdenbeath.


  15. 29
    The voters are powerless to do anything about it says:

    There is no law that says that a MP has to actually turn up at Westminster apart from when he swears the loyal oath etc at the start of a new Parliament…he/she can stay away for the whole 5 years and their voters can do nothing about it unless either they are not re-selected;resign;retire of are defeated in the polls. In meantime they can continue to draw their full MPs salary plus expenses


    • 43
      Name says:

      Quite obviously, once elected, an MP is not obliged to lift a finger in any way and free to enrich himself.


      • 62
        Gordon F Brown says:

        It might be better if they all followed my example…


        • 83
          Can I suggest says:

          Yes, it would be well worth a few million quid to keep them all out of our hair for 5 years at a time. Worked in Belgium ok, so why not here too? If we have no govt, then the EU would have nobody to pass all their “Directives” to!


  16. 31
    Excuse me but... says:

    …what is a politician doing in Qatar whilst the HoC is sitting?

    Being an MP is like no other job:

    Turn up when and if you want
    Have a multitude of subsidised restaurants *and* be able to claim subistence
    Have a property bought for you near to your place of work that you can flip as and when required.
    Claim travel costs to and from work – taxis are fine by the way.
    Above average pay rises.
    Employ members of your own family and not have to prove their worth.
    Not bother declaring interests such as being sponsored by a Union.
    Not have a sixth monthly review of performance as most people are so thick that they’ll vote for you if you wear the correct rosette.


    • 91
      Bill says:

      “most people are so thick that they’ll vote for you if you wear the correct rosette.” —- Reminds me of the cynic’s defnition of democracy:
      The counting of heads without regard to what they contain.


  17. 34
    Labour=Waste says:

    It says plenty about Labour that they stay silent as this man takes public money to jet off around the world and hobnob with Arabian monarchy.


    • 44
      chingrinner at large... says:

      bet no-one from the labour party ever rings and seeks his help over anything – thick as they are even they know hes a complete car crash liability when balls and militit are trying so hard to distance themselves from their tutor


  18. 37
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    Reminds me of the time I worked on a building site for a while in the ’70s when you just ‘clocked’ on and off with a tally, one the guys in collusion with a site foreman (for a consideration of course) never turned up except on a Friday afternoon to collect his wage packet, got away with it for about six months before being rumbled and both sacked, mind you that pales into insignificance when compared to Gordons antics, he gives a whole new meaning to the term moonlighting.


  19. 48
    Inspector Sands says:

    You don’t need to be Sigmund Freud to spot a man suffering from delusions.

    The worst Chancellor since medieval times, then as Prime Minister he led Labour to defeat in every election going, by-elections, local, Euro and Westminster. Now he cannot face the reality of backbench ignominy.


  20. 49
    Slime says:

    Well, if he never turns up to parliament, he is an ex-politician.
    I just wish he’d been an ex-politician before ruining the country.


  21. 51
    Gordon Brown says:

    Doggy doos


  22. 56
    Harry Krishna says:

    The UK needs Gordon Brown like the Duke of Edinburgh needs another medal!!


  23. 57
    fearless frank says:

    It’s the truth – he never turns up. Just the little matter of still getting paid…


  24. 59
    nick says:

    Yes,like Bliar and Brown , Balls ache and Militit mouth off about everything but have policies for nothing. They too fail to see the fraud of Brown being paid for what he don’t do, never did and admits to foreign powers that he aint no more. Just a usual day and issue in the crazy world of Labour.


  25. 60
    Anonymous says:

    I wish I had a well-paid job that allows me to slope off whenever I like to pursue other lucrative opportunities, safe in the knowledge that my employers (i.e. us) can’t do anything about it for several years.


    • 76
      Anonymous says:

      Nice work if you can get it; and you can get it if you are vermin able and willing to out-grovel other vermin in degrading themselves to the vilest filth in the land.


  26. 64
    True Blue says:

    Surely the very last thing that we need, is Gordon Brown attending parliament, and voting upon legislation that he has consistently proven to be unable to grasp. We have a plethora of incompetent, self-serving, expense sheet fiddlers in the ConLabLib party, without them being rejoined by this fiscal moron. Consider his MP’s excessive salary as a bribe to stay North of the Border.


  27. 66
    Little Sir Echo says:

    can we have fines up to a million pounds for thieving politicians please ?


  28. 67
    Ally Ween says:

    What do Lord Lucan and Gordon Brown have in common——-NO FUCKER EVER SEES THEM.


  29. 70
    Dave says:

    Does a renowned international statesman also have to be a politician?


  30. 78
    me says:

    Not only do the people of Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath think he is a politician, but also when he comes beating his drum for the Union.

    Except that he didn’t do much for getting rid of the radiation contamination at Dalgety Bay when he had the power to do something about it. Now that he is toothless he is all for showing his constituents how he is fighting their corner.


  31. 81
    fed-up in britain says:

    gorden the Hunt.


  32. 86
    Emperor Ming says:

    “Gordon’s Alive!!!”


  33. 89
    John Tandy says:

    Here’s hoping it happens soon…..


  34. 93
    What Tiler? says:

    There’s nothing wrong with Gay Gordon that a whack behind the ear with the pointed end of a slater’s hammer wouldn’t cure!


  35. 94
    YouWinSomeYouLoseSome says:

    it seems the Ciltern hundreds are a long way from Fife.


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