February 12th, 2014

Labour’s Spoof Tory Facebook Memories


  1. 1
    Ed Miliband says:

    How do you get friends on Facebook?


  2. 2
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:



  3. 3
    Me says:

    Bribe them. That is what you do to get your voters.


  4. 5
    Rip Van Winkle says:



  5. 6


    You came to power.

    Sold everything.

    Spent the lot.

    And left us broke.


  6. 7
    Mitch says:

    Where’s the photo of Brown wasting £1.7 trillion; and Blair sending soldiers to their deaths?

    I’ll take a silly pasty tax over that any day.


  7. 8
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    Have you noticed that all these eco-loon climate models can’t predict what next years weather will be, but they know exactly what the weather will be in 100 years time when, conveniently, they will not be alive for anyone to be able to sue them for getting it completely wrong.


    • 111
      (Rarely) Dangerous Brian says:

      But their families will be living in the lap of state sponsored luxury as quango left wing dynasties become the norm.
      What do you think Mr 7 Mrs Kinnock?


  8. 9
    RomaBob.... Beeeeg Issue! says:


  9. 10
    Mornington Crescent says:

    13:22: Norman Smith Chief political correspondent, BBC News Channel: “I think it’s true to say that Mr Cameron won himself big and bold headlines with his assertion that money was no object – but today that assertion is looking a lot less big and bold and may in fact be much more of a political millstone. This is because we have learned this is not new money, this is money from existing departmental contingency budgets and this means that money is much more limited.”

    He may as well have added “will this do, Ed?”


    • 16
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      Just take the money from the Dictator’s oops sorry Foreign Aid budget.


  10. 11
    The Joker says:

    That reminds me. I have not had a pasty for ages.


  11. 12
    Steve Miliband says:


  12. 14
    Shooty* says:

    If the Conservatives have any sense, they have to retaliate with a similar thing, surely.


    • 22
      Paniagua V5.1 says:

      Nothing expensive needed.

      Just a video of a long dark tunnel, with someone turning the light (at the end of the tunnel) off would suffice.


      • 35
        Skeleton Bob says:

        Or a video of Ed planting magic money trees. Unlike Dimwit Dave, I maintain that the UK is not a wealthy country. It is drowning in debt. Dave often sounds just like a Labour MP when he opens his stupid mouth.


      • 45
        Jack Ketch says:

        Nah! The Roma beggars nicked the lightbulb and it was the only eco-friendly one we had.


    • 33
      John Ward (Medway) says:

      No: never let Labour lead with an idea, except for a momentary effect (e.g. the ‘female doughnut’ at PMQs today).

      Try to be original; and when you can achieve that, at least have a different approach to the same thing, not merely an opposing viewpoint. It works better with the public, lasts longer, and generally feels more authentic and believable.


  13. 15
    Davíd Cameron - Liar says:

    I know yesterday I said that money was no object, but can we please move on.

    It’s all water over the bridge now.


  14. 17
    Anonymous says:

    Weak as water


  15. 19
    WOT TO DO says:


  16. 21
    Steve Miliband says:

    It says more in a minute than Wellywally says in a week


  17. 24
    John Ward (Medway) says:

    Yes, agreed that they have actually done a good job on that (even though, inevitably, it is still quite slanted as one might expect).

    It’s a lot better than their usual clunky, heavy-handed and much more obviously manufactured efforts.


  18. 25
    Sid Cleverbollocks says:

    Pretty good idea and nicely done.

    It would be unwise for the Tories to do their own about labour though…
    As Pappy O’Daniel said ‘We’d look like a bunch a Johnny Come-Latelys. Coming on with our own dwarf, no matter how stumpy!’


    • 41
      Sally Bee says:

      Hey leave my hubby out of this. I would also like to reassure everybody that despite the weather my legs are still open for business.


    • 92
      Judge Dreadful says:


      It would be much more effective to just round them up and put them on trial for corruption, aiding and abetting torture, theft, fraud, murder and malfeasance in public office.


  19. 26
    Ed Militwit - proved totally wrong about everything says:

    Too far, too fatht!

    Thith ith a twiple dip wecethion.

    Mithter Thpeaker, he called them Plebth!

    It’th a cotht of living cwithith.


    • 31
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      You forgot “The Co-op is the future of banking”, isn’t that right Reverend Flowers?


      • 61
        RomaBob.... Beeeeg Issue! says:

        Gay Labour queens and politicians such as Flowers and Smith seem promoted well above their ability level, don’t know why?


  20. 30
    Co-Op Bank says:

    Is that what you are spending OUR money on?


    • 43
      C.O.Jones says:

      If the Labour party are spending their own (union) money on this amateurish production, imagine their capability of spending our money.

      Well, we don’t need to imagine, we had 13 years of spend and borrow more to spend. Someone else can sort it out.


  21. 39
    RomaBob.... Beeeeg Issue! says:

    I am sure that M&S charging me 5p for a plastic bag will stop all this global warming.

    My lack of decency and refusal to pay 5p has no doubt scared the pants off the Indians and Chinese who never contribute to the world’s pollution.

    I suspect that not paying 5p for a plastic bag over these past few years has caused all this flooding…… for this I am truly sorry!


    • 73
      Green Greeny says:

      I have a solution to the 5p bag problem. Don’t buy anything from M&S.

      Apart from being shoddy tat designed for homosexual Italians, it is nearly all imported from abroad these days. You will be saving the planet by having nothing to do with this anti-British company.


    • 80
      sunderland is a labour ghetto thats why its shot says:

      All the Romanian Big I ssue vendors in the NE stand outside M and s.


  22. 40
    Windy North Wales says:

    Think Camoron is in trouble with his £12 billion charity spend on the world, I was shopping in Chester and collecting plastic bags to use elsewhere and being a nosey git listening to loud conversations, at least four conversations were having a go at him about the money going to India and China and bugger all going to our own flooded areas, but as Camoron and his gang are arrogant tossers who don’t care, then I’am just pi55ing in the wind .


    • 46
      RomaBob.... Beeeeg Issue! says:

      Spot on, however, do not expect any change in their great plans to save the world as we sink!


    • 52
      M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

      Do the morons think that Cameron can simply write a cheque with other people’s money to keep this lot happy? He’s not Labour you know.


      • 59
        JOJO says:

        I notice a lot of people, many deliberately confuse foreign aid with emergency disaster relief.

        No one advocating a hair cut for the bloated wasteful foreign is saying we should not give money when a disaster/emergency occurs.


  23. 44
    Steve Miliband says:

    It’s the buzzfeediseration of politics


  24. 64
    The Big Con says:

    Yippee! Were rich again!

    I knew that once there was a London or Tory heartlands problem that austerity would become a thing of the past.
    Or is it that the taxpayers of the rest of the country have just written a blank cheque to some Tory constituencies.?


  25. 67

    “But many people don’t want to support an openly racist party and while they may have reluctantly done so before while “holding their noses”, unaware that there was another party to vote for…”

    [nigel farage, anti-openness activist]


  26. 69
    Lord Anji Boulton says:

    Sky News sending all our wimmin to report on the floods

    While we big boys have a gig in the London studios

    Did you see MILF Kay in her workers of the wold unite cloth cap?


  27. 70

    Dave. Wghy did the Environment Agency spend £30,000 sponsoring a Gay Pride march?

    WTF has Gay Pride got to do with the EA reponsibilities?

    If the gayers want to march, then the bastards should pay for it entirely themselves.

    Why are you allowing taxpayers’ money to be spent like that?

    P.S. Even worse, since you are continuing to borrow £250 MILION EVERY FUCKING DAY, this waste resulted in yet more debt.

    You are an incompetent gay loving t(u)rd.


    • 78
      Paniagua V5.1 says:

      I think the answer to that very pertinent question lies in the fact that the EA Chairman is a raging predatory Homosexual.

      Or not.


      • 87

        So why hasn’t Dave sacked the bastard? — could it be that the gay mafia have got some nice juicy b(l)ackmail items about Dave.


  28. 71
    Blackpool Rocks says:

    Blackpool about to be destroyed by 100+mph winds.

    Will anyone notice?


  29. 72
    David Cameron says:

    “This will be the greenest government ever.”

    Green as grass…


  30. 76
    Themselves before the country too says:

    Farage needs to put an EU directive to every criticism he has of those aspects of government and qango policy, which lead to a fùck up in governance in the UK. He needs to put the detail in the public domain now.
    It’s a shame that those who are expert in the detail are letting their petty jealousies get in the way of rolling in behind UKIP and helping him deliver the message in a better way.


    • 93
      Never on a Sunday, maybe a tuesday says:

      Your wasting your time in thinking that, people have already got their own preconceived idea’s and listening to the totally non biased (hmmm) bBBC’s and the rest of the media’s output any explanation will go right over the braindeads heads, the Liebour party/unions have done very well in the whitewashing of their 13 years of hell so much that people you speak to dump everything on to this troika of Heathites and Libcraps .


  31. 77
    The funky gibbon says:

    For almost 4 years we have had austerity imposed on us. TINA has been the cry, we can’t afford to alleviate poverty, invest in our nation, pay pensions, pay wages, pay benefits, pay civil servants. No, we have to get ill or disabled people to tighten their belts and not complain when they get moved out from their homes to ‘save money’, we must cut back on ‘green crap’ like flood defences, we must sell off publicly owned assets to help pay back the deficit…we’re almost Greece for goodness sake! Panic!

    …….and now, as the Thames Valley floods, the last remaining Tory Heartlands we must remember, suddenly we are a ‘wealthy nation’, our economy is recovering, no need for austerity forever and ‘money is no object’…….what a turnaround.

    All the people affected by these floods need to be looked after, no argument here, rich or poor, Tory Or Lib Dem or Labour or Mr Farage……doesn’t matter, that is part of what our nation should be about. Community……but let’s hear no more about shafting the poor or ill because we can’t afford it, no more flogging off our services and publicly owned assets cheap because we need the cash desperately. Let’s start working together for all our good instead of the vile ‘divide & rule’ crap we’ve had forced down our throats for over 30 years now.


  32. 84
    Officer Dibble says:

    “Bedroom Tax” with capital letters, I see: no, Labour, that’s your nickname, not its official name, and (unlike the Poll Tax, where you try to make an analogy), it’s a bad nickname. Attack it as being a bad policy, if that’s what you believe, or as being poorly implemented, if that’s your accusation. But trying to rename it is a transparent attempt at spin, and that makes you seem dishonest. Which you are. Calling a reduction in benefit a tax also makes you seem economically illiterate. Which you are.


    • 89
      Phil Mitchell says:

      The thing that I don’t get about the bedroom tax is that most people who live in council accomodation didn’t get much choice about the place they were moved into in the first place.

      I mean, the council just says, here you are, take it or leave it basically. There isn’t much choice is there? You can’t like, say “Oh I don’t like the area” or “oh its a bit far from the local park” or “oh I don’t like the view from the windows” etc. You just apply to the council and wait for ages and then, they just give you one right?

      So they give a family a place and it has one too many bedrooms. Not the fault of the family who were given the place is it? Because they don’t get much choice in the matter.

      Or maybe they get given one and they make it their home, live their for years etc and maybe jnr grows up and goes to uni or he grows up and leaves home or maybe someone dies or whatever.

      So then the council, the same council that gave them the place in the first place, now comes to them and says “sorry, you have too many bedrooms now in the house that we gave you in the first place without giving you a choice in the matter, and now, because we have decided you don’t use that spare room, you have to pay a tax on it or you have to move.

      So, you reluctantly say “oh ok I will move,” and you prepare to leave your home of years, leave your friends and neighbours that you made, uproot your kid from school etc.

      Then the council say. “Oh sorry, you can’t move., We don’t have anywhere smaller for you to move to”.

      So you say, oh great. I didn’t want to move anyway.

      and the council THEN says. “Yeah but you still have to pay the tax anyway!!!

      That is taking the piss


      • 95
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

        All tax is theft comrade! I’d just refuse to pay it :-)


      • 98
        Henrietta Blenkinsop-Jones says:

        Wonder if you ever asked the people who were the first to be treated by the “bedroom tax” benefits when Brown did it to the people who were claiming benefits and were living in private rented housing, didn’t hear any yells ,moans , complaints then, I wonder why, was it because Liebour were investing and not spending our taxes like women at a sale.


      • 106
        Jim says:

        You have the basic principal wrong that makes rubbish of your argument. On the one hand it is less Benefit not an increase in tax (nothing is taken from you, you are given less money to spend on what you buy). Or on the other hand, for a fair balance, you need to give an extra room to similar people in the private market who want equal treatment.
        As a labour supporter you can ignore real life in that there is no money and no houses available with which to play God.


      • 116
        The Obvious says:

        They then move into private accommodation which is has the exact number of bedrooms they need. Taxpayer pays (capped), but now we have a spare bedroom.

        It’s not rocket science.


  33. 88
    Bert Simpson says:

    Unlimited funds for Tory heartlands but not for the NHS!

    Quelle fucking surprise. :-(


  34. 91
    Andrew Sparrow says:

    When pressed about the 550 Environment Agency staff facing redundancy, David Cameron could have got away with it if he had just said that he was not fully briefed but that he would look into it. Instead he sidestepped the question, re-announced all the measures he announced as his press conference yesterday (implying that they were new) and, then when pressed for a second time, took a fairly gratuitous swipe at Labour. It was not a particularly memorable exchange, but Miliband emerged with more credit


  35. 99
    Sandbagger says:

    Negative campaigning coming to the UK.

    The Tories should just play a clip of Ed Miliband in response.


  36. 101
    Mad Frankie Maude says:

    Hear ! Hear !

    Vote Tory,you know it makes sense !

    Got to hand it to them – this Labour spoof ‘David Cameron’s Facebook movie’ is really very good https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3clUh-S2M9Y


  37. 102
    Mark Wouters says:

    Sovietsalami63 Here ,
    I hope Mr Putin in Russia is laughing his socks off at The Tory Flood Fiasco ,”if the Tories are this good at Defence ,were on the way to the Goulag !!!” No Mistake ,and thatll be hard labour ,well for the Tories anyway.


    • 108
      the shoveler says:

      Forgotten he failed miserably against the meteorite devastation?
      It’s happened twice in the last 150 years!


  38. 109
    Jim says:

    The most important picture missing from the Facebook Movie is the ravaged and empty insides of the Bank of England in May 2010.


  39. 112
    Your secrets are SAFE with the BBC. says:

    Pretty fitting of Labour to basically steal content for free from the firm they lambasted for paying 0% Corporation Tax….. eh?



  40. 113
  41. 114
    Labour are Boggin says:

    Utter shite. Labour have destroyed the economy! The Tories are trying to patch it back together again and finally succeeding. Labour will only destroy it again with its student socialist policies.

    Fuck off Labour your policies are Boggin’.


  42. 115
    Anonymous says:

    big problem though

    Tories reduce unemployment and kmake the economy good
    Labour always leave office with it unemployment higher and a busted economy

    that takes 50% of the page out right there


  43. 118
    Hilary says:

    Davdi Cameron first Tumblr Cartoon


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