January 20th, 2014

Rich’s Monday Morning View


  1. 1

    The Speaking Cock.


    • 6
      Mr Potato Head says:

      The public sector looking after its own yet again.

      ‘A hospital where a girl bled to death has refused to publish the findings of its inquiry for fear of “endangering the mental health” of staff.

      Victoria Harrison, 17, was found dead the day after an appendix operation at Kettering General Hospital in 2012.

      Coroner Ann Pember later criticised the hospital over missed opportunities.

      The hospital subsequently conducted a serious incident investigation but has revealed it will not be making the full report public despite an FoI request.

      It claimed putting some of its findings into the public domain would risk staff identifying colleagues, who would then be put under “additional stress and pressure in addition to that already experienced during the investigation and inquest”.’


    • 7
      Gotcha says:

      Kelvin Makenzie? What’s he been up to?


  2. 2
    Prime Minister Comrade David Cameron says:

    I am proud to announce we will be listening to people.


  3. 3
    Qustioner says:

    Who the hell is that?


  4. 4
    Anon. says:


  5. 5
    village bicycle says:

    Mary Shelley’s Fuck-upstein


  6. 8
    The Stilton Eater says:

    Is this the UKIP loon saying the floods are punishment? Hilarious!

    Mind you London’s already got a plague of frogs, just visit Kensington.


  7. 11
    Sir William Wayde says:

    What Mr Yeo should do is………darn it, *look, I’m busy, I’ll call you back…..yes, but you have all of Sunday…well aren’t you supposed to be omnipotent?……I’ll call you back, OK*……pack it in and look forward to being Lord Yeo of Greenwash.


  8. 12
    Osama the Nazarene says:



  9. 13
    Prime Minister Comrade David Cameron says:

    Owen Jones says “We’re all capitalists now.” Speak for yourself mate!


  10. 14
    Yim Toe says:

    It wasn’t me. My wife was driving.


  11. 15
    No eye dear says:

    Is it Tim Yeo?


  12. 16
    • 76
      Boo hoo says:

      Oh dear, what a pity, never mind.


    • 84
      David Icke says:

      Simon Heffer: “He had recently endured the extreme distress of being falsely labelled a p’aedophile, followed by the deserved triumph of seeing his traducers — with one conspicuous exception — queuing up to pay him damages for the vile libel they had perpetrated against him”

      err…there was one other notable exception!


  13. 17
    David Cameron says:

    My gut feeling is that the floods are Devine retribution for burning sacred fossilised wood. I am going to try and appease the Gods by erecting giant windmills throughout the land.


  14. 20
    Anon. says:

    This would affect lots of Labour voters. Wonder what OJ thinks?
    A u-turn in 3.2.1…


    • 27
      RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:



    • 29
      Paniagua V5.1 says:

      The majority of the Labour front bench don’t have basic skills. Ed Balls has to take his socks off to do higher order mathematics, and Mr Leader thinks the more branches a bank has the more it’s nasty.


      • 52
        The plain fact of the matter says:

        All banks are, without exception, exploitative bastards that operate as a duopoly.


        • 54
          Bank Of Dave says:

          There is always an exception. Unless you are a commie of course.


          • The plain fact of the matter says:

            Name one.

            I don’t see how realising that the profiteering, usurious banks are rigging the markets, deploying insider trading, fiddling the Libor rates and laundering columbian drug money, to name just a few of their crimes, is a communist trait.

            Perhaps you’re just thick?


          • FFS says:

            Those were American banks or American arms of British banks. That’s why a British bank is now No. 1 in size of assets, having overtaken its dodgy US rivals.


          • The plain fact of the matter says:

            The fact that they absolutely vast amounts of wealth, yet they don’t actually make, sell, store or repair anything is more evidence that they are exploitatve, not less.

            Barclays are money launderers. Fact. So are HSBC. Fact. Almost all British banks rigged the Libor market. Fact.

            It’s legalised, organised crime.


    • 31
      Jazz Porridge says:

      About time too. You should get benefits for a short time. After do a training course. If not there’s plenty of work to be done like scrubbing graffiti, road sweeping and more to improve society.

      If we can create jobs for millions of Polish then why are we paying for millions of Brits to swing the lead?


    • 107
      broderick crawford says:

      so that puts her on the big issue meat rack come may 2015 then …..

      …although the top hat mp s oension pot for failure will keep her going for a few months i venture .


  15. 23
    Jazz Porridge says:

    I think it looks like Chris Huhne but it could be Andrew Mitchell hoping for the PM to call with a new job after he got fitted up by dodgy coppers.


  16. 24
    Squeaker Bercow says:

    In 2010, Guido Fawkes said that lobbying was ‘the next scandal waiting to happen’ Has it stopped?


  17. 37
    Four Candles says:

    Are they Guido’s Forks?


  18. 41
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:


  19. 43
    Nick(No apology,no whip)Clegg says:

    Chinese growth stalling, lowest level in more than a decade, still more than we could dream of though at 7.7% !!


    • 45
      Red Line says:

      More like hitting the rev limiter than stalling.


    • 83
      FFS says:

      If you believe in those figures I can only assume you believe in elves, fairies and communism.

      Fact is that I work in a company that sells a wide range of components to the Chinese and their economy, I can tell you, has pretty much stalled. US, UK and Germany doing really well at the mo – everywhere else is pretty much shit.


  20. 44
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    We will make the UK banking system more like Germany’s…….


  21. 49
    Winston says:

    Another lying, corrupt MP story. However, what is filling the news channels and the print media? Yes, a small fry elderly local councillor with eccentric views on religion. Why? Because he recently switched from the Tories to UKIP. His strange views on religion and homosexuality did not matter when he was a Tory, but now he’s in UKIP, its headline news. How does that happen? The Mainstream media is very much under the manipulation of the political elite and their spin doctors.


    • 51
      Bread and Circusssesesses's says:

      As it was written.


    • 57
      Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

      Are his views any more ridiculous than the concept that all our energy problems can be solved by windmills !!


      • 65

        That’s also an eccentric religious view. Suffer, little children, OAP’s and all on the minimum wage. We will get rich on worsening your poverty. Ever heard of debt socialisation? You probably haven’t because that is what the Left have turned into “crony capitalism”. The social democrats in No 10 love it.


      • 81
        Mr Potato Head says:

        Are his views any more ridiculous than the concept that everything that happens is the result of some sky pixie?


      • 89
        FFS says:

        Yes, but he is proselytising for an old religion, not one of the new belief systems of our political elites that are being tried out on us.


    • 80
      Dreary Steeples says:

      Leviticus 26 v3-13


    • 92
      CYNICAL OLD GIT says:

      As predicted any slight eccentricity displayed by UKIP members will be seized on and blown out of proportion as the Euro elections approach ,Farage himself played into their hands over this one, by suspending him from the party he gave the impression he is afraid of upsetting the sodomists who are despised by the ‘ silent majority ‘.
      If the imam of some inner city mosque had said the same thing, how many of the enlightened leftie liberals would have dared to laugh at him ?


      • 101
        John Bellingham says:

        Funny, ain’t it, when someone famous, or even infamous, dies, all the Christian-haters run off to the religious funeral/memorial service. The same dildoes who are slagging off the poor old UKIP fogey who still believes in God and the Bible are only too keen to attend Royal Weddings (Anglican), Jubilee services (Anglican) and jostle for prayers in the House of Commons–although most of them stare vacantly at the hymn-sheets and prayer books that us old codgers all know by heart.
        Yesterday, a negro parson was invited to comment on the BBC about the UKIP councillor’s and he stated that “People can’t just believe in the Bible….”. Oh Well, game over then.


        • 102
          John Bellingham says:

          Apostrophe Nazis please note–I missed out the word “comments”.


        • 103
          CYNICAL OLD GIT says:

          Even though as a devout athiest I can not agree with the religious side of his statement, the issue is really about the right to hold any opinion on anything that falls foul of the leftie consensus.
          Farage, I fear has made a big mistake over this affair and should reverse his decision with an apology


  22. 66
    Prime Minister Comrade David Cameron says:

    I like to think of Socialism as a rich mans communism.


  23. 72
    altruism in industry says:

    you must wonder how many times Tim has pulled that stunt before in business meetings.


  24. 85
    By a babbling brook.. says:

    What is going on??? Seventy odd posts in on a Monday morning and still no selfy of Chucky! Must have been a quiet weekend.


  25. 100
    Anonymous says:

    Thought it was Simon Carr.


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