February 13th, 2014

Gordon’s Alive!


  1. 1
    Dave Marsden (Croydon) says:

    I suspect that he’ll never apologise for the damage he caused as Chancellor and PM for as long as he lives.

    A disgraceful man.

  2. 2
    Pravda says:

    We wish to extend our sincerest condolences to the Benn Dynasty

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      sunderland is a labour ghetto thats why its shot says:

      You speak for yourself has he croaked yet.When he does I will offer the same condolences as the lefty scum did for Thather,he has spent the wole of his life sucking on the public teat and achieving fuck all just like that other lefty scumbag Skinner,

  3. 3
    Casual Observer 6 says:

    G’ordon B’rown wanking over the graves of dead Syr!ans to try and get some cash in HoC now.

  4. 5
    SNAFU says:

    “Miss Cooper and Mr Balls regularly referred to as Labour’s ‘Golden Couple’”

    Just who in their minds would refer to these two as a “Golden Couple”? Just proves that mental illness is rife amongst Labour circles.

  5. 6
    sunderland is a labour ghetto thats why its shot says:

    Watching the twat on BBC Parliament still spouting shyte.Syria has fuck all to do with us,he says the students who get charitable help coming to GB will go back to Syria which is bollox,he should be calling for a brigade like the nutter from Crawley a one way ticket/

  6. 7
    Questions of our time says:

    Is Gordon Brown a nonce ?

  7. 8
    Gordon Brown MP says:

    Give me more money. I guarantee that as much as 25% will be forwarded to other charities after I’ve spent the rest on first class air tickets, five star hotels and Michelin starred meals for myself and my entourage.

    And of course the directer remuneration. And the directors pensions.

    But definitely 25% will be handed over to … oh… I dunno, say OXFAM or Red Cross.

  8. 9
    Harbottle says:

    Alive-as in Night of the Living Dead.

  9. 10
    • 14
      jgm2 says:

      Brown’s finest hour will be the hour after he’s dead. Although the hour after that will be pretty good too. As will the one after that….

      • 20
        sunderland is a labour ghetto thats why its shot says:

        a thousand times over.

      • 23
        Ma­q­bo­­ul says:

        His finest hour… because there are so many others?

        • 41
          Jimmy says:

          What answer were you expecting?

          • Ma­q­bo­­ul says:

            Brown’s Bottom…The period takes its name from Gordon Brown, the then UK Chancellor of the Exchequer (who later became Prime Minister), who decided to sell approximately half of the UK’s gold reserves in a series of auctions. At the time, the UK’s gold reserves were worth about US$6.5 billion, accounting for about half of the UK’s US$13 billion foreign currency net reserves.

            By 2007, the price of gold had reached US$675, and the loss to the UK taxpayer was estimated at more than £2 billion, as the Euros bought with the proceeds had also risen in value. The gold price briefly passed US$1,000 per ounce in March 2008, before reaching all-time highs of $1,043.77 on 6 October 2009[10] and $1,048.40 on 7 October 2009, by which time the loss to the UK taxpayer was approximately £4 billion.

          • jgm2 says:

            4bn quid sounds like a lot of money. Indeed it is a huge amount of money. But by the end of the Imbecile’s period in office we were losing that much money every fucking week.

            That’s how much Brown fucked the economy.

            It’s a bit like Stalins ‘amusing’ little aside. Kill one person and it’s murder kill a million and it’s a statistic. So it is/was with Brown. The Tories lost, what, 2bn quid on Black wednesday and it was a national disaster. Brown loses 3bn a week and, well, it’s a statistic.

            He redefined economic incompetence.

          • Jimmy says:

            By the same token, the tories have squandered a similar amount of hypothetical money by not selling the rest at the peak?

            Do you ever stop to think whether any of these hackneyed talking points of yours even make sense?

          • Ma­q­bo­­ul says:

            You obviously don’t invest.

      • 25
        Jimmy says:

        And Spoonface’s crowning achievement would be…


        • 29
          jgm2 says:

          Getting rid of Brown.

          • Jimmy says:

            Fair point. Getting the public to trust the tories again was no mean feat I grant you.

            Anything since?

          • jgm2 says:

            Getting rid of ID cards. Saved billions.

          • Jimmy says:

            Earth shattering stuff obviously. You must be so proud.

          • jgm2 says:

            Cameron’s crowning achievement remains saving us from another five years of the Maximum Imbecile. When you see the damage he wrought since 2001 and the cost of the cover-up from 2007/8 to 2010 it’s frightening to think what he might have done while continuing to try and cover up his previous idiocies.

          • It must be the fake Jimmy, jgm2.

            The real one hated Brown. He was a Blairite… until the war. Then his golden age came to an end in four short years. Tragic. Utterly tragic.

            That is why I try to be nice to the real one.

          • Ma­q­bo­­ul says:

            Rupert Murdoch saved us from that when he realised that Brown was a complete fruitcake and withdrew the support of The Sun.

            We should all be eternally grateful and buy his rag every Sunday as a token of our gratitude.

          • jgm2 says:

            I thought the ‘real’ one was still a Blairite. Championing the Iraq war even after the rest of the party had hung him (Blair) out to dry. No. Nothing to do with us. All Tony’s idea,. Time to move on.

          • Jimmy says:

            You misunderstand. I described the first term as the high point. You may recall Brown had a large role in that administration. He may have his flaws but the man’s worth ten of his successor.

          • jgm2 says:

            If Brown’s first term was the ‘high point’ then you should be praising the Tories for giving him spending targets to keep to.

          • Jimmy says:

            I’ve no problem with that. I always rated Clarke. When they picked Hague and the IDS ahead of him I knew we were safe for a while.

          • jgm2 says:

            To summarize. Brown was okay while Clarke was calling the shots and it all went to shit once him and Ned Balls tried running things by themselves.

            If you say so.

          • Jimmy says:

            Summarize in the sense of completely altering?

            Clarke was still party to the chronic underinvestment of tthe Thatcher/Major years, but still probably about the only tory pol I’d trust to tie his own shoelaces

        • 30
          Casual Observer 6 says:

          Winning more seats than Labour during the 2010GE election ?

          • jgm2 says:

            That wasn’t difficult. Brown only got 28% of the vote. The depressing bit is that he did get 28% of the vote. What would he have had to do to get 20% of the vote or 10%? Machine gun Labour voters in the street?

            Wasn’t destroying the UK economy enough for them?

        • 43
          Ma­q­bo­­ul says:

          Getting British troops out of Afghanistan.

        • 64
          Turkey Twizzler Thursday says:

          The EU referendum

  10. 12
    LabourPist says:

    The man is a towering intellectual giant amongst HoC pygmies. It’s no surprise he limits his time as their trivialities must bore him.

  11. 13
    Casual Observer 6 says:

    The Z’ioloons must be desperate if they are needing to turn to Brown in order to advance their defunct cause.

  12. 16
    Peter Ellis says:

    looks more like Brian Blessed !

    • 22
      jgm2 says:

      That’s the point. In the film ‘Flash Gordon’ one of Brian Blessed’s lines is ‘Gordon is alive?’

      • 31
        Ma­q­bo­­ul says:

        That’s life jgm2, but not as we know it.

      • 56

        Your previous post refers: Gordon Brown … had no interest in what was happening as long as he got to dr*i*ve the big bus of state. Toot toot. Look at me. I’m PM. Toot toot.

        … and he drove it straight over Beachy Head – at full speed – did not fucking blink.

        Death arrives in less than five seconds, which is roughly the time it takes to plummet from the top to the bottom. Allegedly, some people literally do die of fright, after the initial rush of air, before they hit the ground. – eastbourneguide

        The fucking Scotch spastic.

  13. 21
    Brown is Scum says:

    People are complaining about the floods now but they’re nothing compared to the unemployment, misery and debt created by Gordon Brown.

    While he hobnobs with hedgefund managers at £50,000 dinners, the people back in Britain are left slopping out the mess.

  14. 26
    sunderland is a labour ghetto thats why its shot says:

    That useles cnut Duncan another nancy boy will reply no doubt cralwing all over him,instead of telling him to do one.

  15. 28
    Casual Observer 6 says:

    Gordon is suggesting cash is given to support a plan to put schools in Lebanon on ‘double’ shift so as refugee Syr!an children can be given schooling, in order to return them their childhood, give hope and all that bullshit for the future, and give them jobs.

    Looking at Brown’s record in the UK, money should not be given to any plan he is backing on humanitarian grounds alone.

    Lebanon is sitting on a lot of oil and gas in the East Med.

    This is the EU’s latest attempt to get their hands on that, possibly upsetting Russ!a in the process.

    Motion to adjourn the house just called.

    • 37
      Mornington Crescent says:

      Gordo’s solution to absolutely everything is to hose it with cash. No cash? No problem – just borrow it!

      And look where that got us…

    • 38
      Ma­q­bo­­ul says:

      Old Soviet idea – double shifts in schools.

  16. 36
    Anonymous says:

    Never forget he destroyed the once great pension for millions of Labour voters yet they still vote in their droves for the beloved Labour party why.

  17. 44
    Joss Taskin says:

    Can’t Gordon the Moron give all that charity money to Syria ?

    • 47
      Gordon Brown says:

      British charity money for former British Prime Ministers

    • 48
      jgm2 says:

      No. He wants to launder it through his ‘Foundation’. Skim a few percent, say …ooooohhhh, 75% off the top for essential management fees, First Class air travel, Five start hotels and directors salary and pension contributions and then hand whatever is left over to Medicins Sans Frontiers or somebody like that.

      Because, you see, he’s such a caring and generous individual.

      • 63

        Caring, Unselfish, Noble, Trusty.

        Or ϹUNT for short.

      • 83
        Bob says:

        And yoy forget that he has police protection like the mong Blair

        It is time for this protection to be abolished

      • 88
        Jimmy says:

        Thatcher, Major and (admittedly) Blair all used their status to get rich. The fact that Brown hasn’t really seems to upset you.

        • 90
          Nworb Nodrog says:

          Hey . You there, Jimmy.
          How do you know that I’m not getting rich?

        • 92
          Anonymous says:

          Thatcher never took her salary as PM so hardly got rich so a lie then. So another leftie myth shatters as soon as it sees the cold light of day

        • 101
          Jimmy wins Champagne Socilist of the Year says:

          For this

          Thatcher, Major and (admittedly) Blair all used their status to get rich. The fact that Brown hasn’t really seems to upset you.

          So with all his salaries and pension as an MP, Chancellor and PM, plus fees for speaking engagements and whatever else the ratbag has pocketed., Jimmy doesn’t consider Brown to be rich. My Jimmy, you are one man of the people, aren’t you?

        • 104
          The Critic says:


          I for one am upset that our political leaders sell themselves whilst in office. What exactly did they do/ to earn the rewards afterwards?I am sure Brown would have loved to follow suit. However, he was not competent enough to engineer his own lucrative solution. OK he’s touring and has a few other jobs but nothing on a par with Blair.

          Amusing to see your suggest he elected not to trough like the others which implies some kind of morality he does not possess. He was and is a political animal of the extreme kind.

  18. 53
    Casual Observer 6 says:

    Alan Clarke has said that DfID will support Gordon’s initiative through the current set they have with various NGO’s in the region.

    And then the house adjourned.

    Not sure if this was really what Brown was after. Sounded much like, thank you for the hard work but we will handle this through our own channels.

  19. 65
    Nursey says:

    Gordon is having his adult nappy changed but will be available to read your supportive comments after i’ve scrubbed the shit from under his fingernails.

  20. 77
    The British media are cunts says:

    Fuck off Brown you one eyed jock cuunt

  21. 85
    Writing on the toilet wall says:

    What’s brown and sticky?


    Now wash your hands please.

  22. 89
    Boris Carloffe says:

    Surely there must be a way that the police can prosecute this horrible individual for fiddling his expenses, but on the otherhand he could always claim insanity

  23. 99
    Ampers says:

    After all these floods, the last think we need is more bad news!

  24. 100
    Gordon Brown friend of Robert Maxwell says:

    Was Browns ‘cleaner’ ever traced or was that just another expenses scam to syphon public money through his brother who you will remember hid behind the door like a child when doorsteped by the media.

  25. 102
    Cabbage says:

    This guy is utterly without shame.

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