February 7th, 2014

Cameron Speech Word Cloud

Click to enlarge.

One word he didn’t say: debate.

 


101 Comments

  1. 1
    green ink says:

    good speech

  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    Is it of importance that it looks like a Zeppelin?

  3. 3
    Asslick Almond says:

    My Word Cloud contains all of the following words:- Send More Money to Scotland: Have Cake Eat It.

    • 25
      The Jockanese Independence Party says:

      We can’t seem to find the words “National Socialists” in there though!

    • 88
      FUCK UKIP! says:

      My word cloud contains teh followingwords:- You’re a wanker, who’s gone long enough without his medication

  4. 4
    seriously? says:

    There’s no debating with Salmond. He just wraps himself in the flag. If you say Scotland ‘costs’ the UK 6 billion a year he declares north sea oil is worth 7bn. If you say it costs 10bn a year he says the oil is worth 11bn.

    And so on.

    • 26
      Rob Roy says:

      So if North sea Oil only brings in 5 billion shouldn’t David Cameron be leading the No Vote ?

  5. 6
    ENGLAND! says:

    ENGLAND! That’s the word he always fails to say. But then he can’t stand the English, can he?

  6. 7
    George Street (Mr) says:

    I don’t think he mentioned cheese either.

  7. 8
    Flooding the media with illusions of Prime Ministerial Action says:

    Dave is wasting his time playing at Churchill…the Union is fucked either way

  8. 10
    Steve Miliband says:

    Or Maths

  9. 12
    lojolondon says:

    He doesn’t use the word ‘debate’ because he doesn’t care what other people think.
    One of his choice phrases is “What I believe people want is …..” and there he puts in whatever he wants. For example, time after time opinion surveys show that the UK public wants out of the EU, so Cast-Iron Dave says “What I think people want is to be inside the EU, with a couple of changes ….. etc.”

  10. 13
    C.O.Jones says:

    Miliband’s Word Cloud is easier to read, it has only six words and they are all the same size.

  11. 14
    George Street (Mr) says:

    I’d have mentioned Glencoe, and then do a saucy little wink.

    • 50
      Chasing the Deer says:

      Of course Glencoe was Scots against Scots i.e. The Master of Stair(Scots)William III(Dutch) ‘s Secretary of State for Scotland and the Campbell militia led by Robert Campbell of Glenlyon(Scot) who massacred the MacDonalds of Glencoe breaching the Scots law of hospitality to do so…NO was Englishmen involved

      • 85
        surlyscot says:

        no such race as ‘Scots’, the Shetlanders and Orcadians are Viking, the borderers are Normans from Flanders, most of us are a right mixture, the ‘Scots’ were originally from Ireland – complete load of shite mainly put about by Kim Jong fat Salmond – god knows what race he is!! answers on a postcard………………

  12. 16
    I dislike socialists intensely says:

    Why should David Cameron fall into Alec Salmonds trap and debate in Scotland ?
    This not about England verses Scotland , This is about Scotland deciding its
    own future .All David Cameron is saying is that we will all be stronger if united .

    • 20
      Keep Calm, Vote UKIP says:

      It is a catch-22 for Cameron.

      If he debates:

      i) He says to Scotland : ‘Stay In’ : That looks like England bullying Scotland will push people towards independence.

      ii) He does nothing : Looks like England doesn’t care about Scotland – so will have the same effect, maybe slightly less.

      The real reason he will not debate is because Cameron is useless at debating.

      • 29
        Fish says:

        The real reason that he will not debate is that Salmond want’s to put himself up against an English Tory.

        He want’s to invoke the memory of Thatcher, and the Bastard English and Longshanks.

        Salmond is doing nothing more than playing the race card.

        • 37
          An Englishman says:

          That’s because the only racists in this debate are the fucking sweaty socks.

          • FUCK UKIP! says:

            Oh the irony in that post…………

            Cameron, just like every tory/ukip imbecile, is ignorant, cowardly and totally inept – jeezo, even Putin sounds good next to a ukip/tory twat

        • 38
          Daine Abbott says:

          He can’t play that card, it’s mine!

      • 52
        Only chavs shop at Tesco says:

        He’s useless at everything, except bullshitting.

    • 30
      Fido says:

      Salmond wants to play at Robert the Bruce and bring in an English toff to torment. Cameron’s doing the right thing and standing well back.

      • 40
        William Wallace says:

        In my experience Englishmen are very adept at standing “well back”

      • 61
        Half breed says:

        Agreed. Many Scots have an insanely childish anti-English chip on the shoulder which slimy Salmond plays on big time. Leaving aside the rural areas and islands much of Scotland consists of sink housing estates-Labour’s rotten boroughs.

      • 86
        surlyscot says:

        Robert the Bruce was a fecking Norman – don’t listen to gobshite Salmond, none of us do……….la la la la

    • 87
      Ialsohatesocialists says:

      If Dave really wants to save the Union he should have encouraged all Scots to vote yes. Scots would naturally vote No just to upset the English tosser.
      I hate Socialists. If Scotland votes yes, Westminster will have 58 fewer socialists thereby resulting in conservative government. I intend to vote Yes and then move to England.

  13. 17
    The English Public says:

    Why do we not have a vote?

  14. 19
    Raving Loon says:

    Doesn’t Dave realise that the English are happy for the jocks to leave?

  15. 21
    Fish says:

    I remember when Scotland was a proud country, when it’s people were hard working and industrious.

    I remember when the Scots were know for their thriftiness and their values and their integrity. In the Bank that I worked the Scots hardly ever defaulted on their loans (compared with certain other parts of the UK)

    I remember when the Scots, although fiercely proud, were always warm and welcoming.

    I remember when the Scots education system was (really) the envy of the world

    Then socialism took root and a nation disintegrated

    • 32
      seriously? says:

      I don’t remember any of that.

      They’ve been sitting on their laurels for the past forty years as far as I can see. And I’m not sure they had any laurels then either if you scratched the surface.

      I was up in Fucking Scotland for six years from 2002 and I can assure you their education system is every bit as dumbed down as Englands and their teachers are just as indolent and complacent. Scotland economy is kept afloat on a raft of government and council jobs and if it wasn’t for a geological accident they’d be eating grass.

    • 34
      A great time to be a Tory says:

      I blame Halifax Building Society .

    • 46
      green ink says:

      salmond is a depressing voice in this whole debate … won’t begin to explain the economic realities of his negative narrative

    • 47
      Bob says:

      I remember that Scotland as well

      And I do not recognise it now

      But England has gone the same way

  16. 22
    Paniagua V5.1 says:

    He could at least have worn a ginger wig like Russ Abott.

  17. 23
    Tuscan Tony says:

    No mention of Buckie, deep fried pizza and Tennant’s Super either.

    Odd.

    • 73
      Sam the Skull drinking Buckfast in Maryhill and occasionally dodging the Strathclyde constabulary says:

      The prevalence of Buckie and fried Mars bars is taken for granted. Good drinking, good eating, ethnic cuisine.

  18. 28
  19. 43
    C.O.Jones says:

    New National Anthem.

  20. 49
    Dizzie says:

    Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel

  21. 51
    Persona non grata says:

    BnPee working hand in hand with Mandlescum and others to thwart UKIP in Wythenshawe.

    http://tinyurl.com/ovqlob3

  22. 53
    Clapham Omnibus Man says:

    Its a win win situation

    No vote and Salmond looks a prat

    Yes vote we get ride of 40 plus Labour MPs

  23. 57
    P l e b says:

    Cameron should man up and face Alex Salmond, but Salmond is a formidable opponent and Cameron would blink. Local democracy and democracy itself would benefit Scotland but that could potentially create a perpetual totalitarian right wing England, and it’s bad enough as it is

  24. 64
    Persona non grata says:

    This is what UKIP are up against in Wythenshawe. Gr*ff*ns lot and M*ndlesc*m working together, plus a whole raft of other lefty ne’er do wells.

    http://tinyurl.com/ovqlob3

    • 71
      JadedJean2 says:

      “International socialists” ganging up on the only “English national socialist” party?

      OK, UKIP may not be described as national socialist but they are certainly nationalist i.e. they want to put the UK first and happen to be based in England.

      See post #34 above, many a true word is said in jest.

  25. 65
    constituency trainbound says:

    theres a need to resolve the political reality of scots affecting westminster voting when we don’t have converse ability.. the middlothian question but apart from that anachronism the devolution mechanism has served reasonably well thusfar.

    salmond’s will be arguing he would be repealing bedroom tax etc etc etc politically inclined to produce no more than a general election manifest … not an irreversible choice of the country’s destiny…. that denegrates the debate and does not serve the Scot’s well.

    I believe we are better together as a whole with devolved powers .. the scottish thread is woven deep within the fabric of the nation.

    stitch that jimmy.

  26. 67
    passion is an overused word by Prime ministers says:

    I wish the snake oil Salmond was our PM instead of the weak cast iron piece of baggage we have at the moment, at least it looks as if he’s doing something for his country instead of the PM we have looking at and speaking from an event 2 years ago, he gives the impression he’s shouting over the fence about a dispute on how far the Salmonds tree branches is over Camorons side of the fence, Camoron is really a tacky piece of rubbish that should have been thrown out 2 years ago, 2015 not too far away, removal van for number 10 Downing st please

    • 101
      Julian Gibb says:

      Have you ever met him? The oldest political trick is undermine the messenger and you undermine the message. He has a passion for his nation and people. However I suppose Daily Mail readers don’t want facts to get in the way of their opinion.

  27. 68
    Anonymous says:

    We don’t get to vote on what we in England want. I want to vote so that we no longer have liebor’s jock lobby fodder like McDoom ruining us.

  28. 70
    Proftastic says:

    Speech was pointless and did not address Scottish values. The answer is easy, pay each Scottish citizen £10,000 to vote no. 90% of them are socialist deciples of the grasping paw so there is only one method of persuasion that works.

    Doing what is correct, logical and responsible doesn’t matter much anymore, anywhere to be perfectly honest. I thought of emigrating but couldn’t find anywhere much different.

    • 81
      CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      It might be cheaper to give them £20 , 000 to vote yes !

    • 82
      FFS says:

      International Fabians have influenced much of Western politics, primarily because it is an obvious route to power for corrupt politicians who see it as an excuse to buy votes.

      It does look like maybe the Aussies have broken ranks when Gillard proved to be a Fabian too far, but will it last? Sadly I’m guessing at 49 years old the Aussies wouldn’t want my engineering skills anymore anyway – wouldn’t make enough money for them to cover my carer in old age.

  29. 72
    Anon says:

    “He didn’t say debate” -or democracy

  30. 74
    Officer Dibble says:

    He did say ‘debate’. It’s right there in the word-cloud above ‘Scotland’.

  31. 76
    Rob Roy says:

    It looks as if the finger of guilt is pointing in the direction of the BOE relating to FOREX rigging.

    Nice try Mr Cameron.

    Independence for Scotland now.

  32. 78
    perdix says:

    It’s the Scots who will be voting. Therefore they should be the ones debating.

  33. 83
    Gary says:

    Never read the comments…

  34. 96
    Wally Scott says:

    Why is Cameron invoking Nelson Mandela in the Scottish Independence vote?

    Does Mandela have Scottish ancestors ?

    All very suspicious.

  35. 97
    constituency trainbound says:

    bet sally thinks about nelson’s column .. wonder if she whinneys

  36. 98

    As a Englishman, I want to know: Where is my fucking vote on this?

  37. 99
    Julian Gibb says:

    It would appear that a desire to have a fairer society. To close the gap between the rich and poor. To value a NHS and free education. An education based upon ability to learn and not ability to pay – All of this is somehow anti English?

    The removal of nuclear weapons and to stop being a nation of force projection in support of the USA is anti English?

    An objection to attacks on the poor,the disabled and the weak is anti English.

    Try accepting that we are pro society. You may not want to try it but we do!

  38. 100
    Julian Gibb says:

    I should have added that I would welcome anyone to Scotland that shares our values.

    As regard the financial situation the FT ran a pretty good article on Monday.

    We may have slight variations on the numbers but post independence the GDP to Debt ratio of Scotland will be 75% (that includes taking our share of the £1.5 Trillion.)

    The rUK ratio is 110%.

    Who is supporting whom?


Seen Elsewhere

From the IRA to Windsor Castle | WSJ
Coulson: Everything You Need to Know in 6 Seconds | MediaGuido
Mo Ansar’s Silence | Adrian Hilton
Gove Loses WWI Battle | Conservative Woman
5 Reasons Labour Likely to Win General Election | Sunny Hundal
Dave Surrounded By Topless Women | Sun
UN Loony says Britain Most Sexist Country | Sun
Farage is a Good Reason to Leave the EU | Dan Hannan
UKIP Blocked Expenses Questions | Times
NHS Showdown Coming | Paul Goodman
Sons of Brown | Telegraph


new-advert
Guido-hot-button (1) Guido-hot-button (1)


Cathy Jamieson MP, Labour’s Shadow Treasury minister, commenting on Treasury analysis of the economic impact of tax changes…

“If the Treasury is looking at the economic impact of tax changes, then surely it should examine the impact of the rise in VAT and cuts to tax credits? George Osborne’s £12 billion VAT rise knocked confidence, helped to choke off the recovery and has cost families £1,350 over the last three years.”



orkneylad says:

What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?


Tip off Guido
Web Guido's Archives

Subscribe me to:






RSS




AddThis Feed Button
Archive


Labels
Guido Reads