February 17th, 2014

Rich’s Monday Morning View


192 Comments

  1. 1
    We KNOW liblabcon are liars.. we can hope UKIP less so. says:

    The wheel that squeaks. ..
    Gets the Lube!

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      Yuk says:

      Does he hang around toilets?

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      • 8
        Chris Smiff says:

        Not in Somerset cottages — bumsex is not so enjoyable when the boy keeps moaning that his feet are cold and wet.

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      • 52
        LibLabCon Hypocrites says:

        Talking of toilets, Chris Huhne was just on the Toady programme this am spouting his usual swivel eyed eco loon green propaganda.

        As predicted many times on this site, the BBC are still paying him and ensuring his rehabilitation into the establishment is complete.

        How many other convicted criminals does the taxpayer funded BBC give a mouthpiece to ?

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        • 130
          Hugh Janus says:

          Any bets on how long it will be before the equally odious McShame will be in their pay too?

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        • 146
          Anonymous says:

          This is the first time I agree with the eco loons. Climate change DID cause the floods.

          Climate change is a political policy not a reality. They have fully bought into this future prediction, (nothing better than tarot cards) that they went out and changed how they dealt with rivers.

          So the government policy of climate change was the cause.

          At no time did the weather sign up to these policies and simply carried on as it has always. In the end there has to be a recognition that the flood areas in Somerset were created and are maintained by floods. They must also understand that in 1900 there were very few records of rainfall. These being near centres of population and did not cover the extreme rain fall in the surrounding hills. Due to the stupidity of the averaging that the Met office does, the figures can never show significant cloud events in localized areas due to the different tracks of the storms. So the EA build dams that can only cope with “average” high flows.

          Why did Sheffield, Hebden Bridge etc. not flood this year? It is all down to the belief of averages and models. The models have no information on real extremes.

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          • Prof G Uspur says:

            Rubbish, The Floods flooded the Flood plains. Nowt to do with a changing climate, which in this case was the weather.

            Full responsibility must be assumed for the humans stupid enough to live on land that the river takes over in time of flood.

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          • blog regular says:

            You should try reading the posts you want to reply to.

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    • 6
      Toxic Labour for Spongers, Parasites, Immigrants, Criminals & other Wasters. says:

      These Quangos continue to waste the extortionate tax we have to pay but seem to have no purpose. The whole lot should be abolished and then let’s see what happens.

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      Slimey Smith says:

      Our HQ is the greenest building in Britain. Money well spent, I’m sure you flood victims will all agree.

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    • 19
      Anonymous says:

      Lube? Why do you think he’s called ‘Lard’ Chris Smith?

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    • 50
      Cinna says:

      Gives a whole new meaning to “putting your finger in the dyke”.

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      • 99
        Jeremiah says:

        They are raising the Thames Barrier again, now that stops sea water proceeding up the Thames but is going to stop all that lovely Surrey, Berkshire and Worcester entering the dump called Londonistan? Never mind The Two Fawkes will put everything right you cann’t just leave it to Dave.

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      • 139
        Hugh Janus says:

        And there’s probably a joke or two to be had from the word ‘manhole’ too, although I’m too busy pumping to think of them….

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    • 110
      Dave Likes a Big One Up the Arse says:

      Wait till you see the new Tory Party sponsored but plug! I’m wearing my now!

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    • 188
      Mandy (I've been there!) says:

      Investigate the fat idle fuckers weekly ‘work’ schedule, does he claim for any House of Lords visits, something isnt right about the amount of ‘jobs’ this shifty shirtlifter is fitting in. Come on investigative journos!

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  2. 2
    Fact says:

    Cobra Meeting Agenda Item — Sacking Smiffy for gross malpractice in giving £30,000 to Gay Pride March.

    Cobra Meeting Minute — Dave said he was shit scared of the Gay Mafia, although he could not comment on the reasons on the grounds of National Security. Therefore there was no possibility of sacking Smiffy.

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    • 26
      Jimmy Savile says:

      Now then, now then, what’s all this then ?

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    • 45

      It’s raining.

      Bugger all these homosexualists.

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    • 127
      Jeremiah says:

      The Cons seem to have their fair share of Gays, most in the closet, marriages of convenience etc, don’t forget Dave wanted to push “gay marriage” through, they had legal partnership why legal “gay marriage”, interesting not a lot of dissent from the Cons in the vote. At least Rodrigo Lanzol y de Borja and his various offspring were straight but they did have other nasty foibles, especially Cesare Borgia who along with his pals had a habit of getting rid of anyone they didn’t like in the Tiber. Initially a priest being the 3rd son of Rodrigo, then daddy created him a bishop until one of his older brothers died then left the priesthood, he was the inspiration for the novel “the Prince” which was reputed to be Maggies favourite read.

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      • 150
        Don Talk-Shit says:

        CURIOUS.
        (Sorry – a good rant is no excuse for poor spelling… And that’s another thing!)

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        • 189
          Jeremiah says:

          Put it down to my age,”What do you expect at your age” that’s the answer you get from the doctor when you complain about something not working properly, at least I know when to retire unlike some MPs

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        SIZE 13 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        You don’t say!

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  3. 4
    Dave says:

    I consider Smiffy to be a fine upstanding member of the Gay Community

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      cornwall storms says:

      What he is is a fine example of the worthless political troughing community

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      • 30
        Stone wall, dry wall or wet wall ? says:

        Chris Smith is a fat fuck whose fingers are a little bit too light in the till.

        Very simply, an incompetent thief.

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    • 142
      Jeremiah says:

      All those that seem to be in jobbies for life constituencies when they leave the HoC are given life peerages, and then dive head first in to the chairmanship of one quango or another. Just watch after the next GE. Surely quangoes were developed origianally as government departments, usually overlooked by someone who hadn’t a clue but looked good, They are no longer government departments but still overlooked by someone who hasn’t a clue, ex politicos. The guys that matter are the ones on the ground engineers, and the guys that do the dirty work, not someone stuck in an ivory tower.

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  4. 5
    binka bonkoa says:

    The tax payer is the mug

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  5. 7
    BC says:

    Smith. A word that signifies all that is wrong with the political elite.

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    cornwall storms says:

    I see the EA and beeb are claiming that people who have not believed in AGW have been scared into believing by the floods.

    That’s wishful thinking to say the least.

    If these floods were evidence of agw why is it that Britain suffered the same sort of catastrophic floods in 1484 then again in the 16th Century and then again in the 18th Century and with much greater loss of life than we’ve suffered this time. What manmade interventions were causing the floods then?

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    • 17

      Don’t insert factual information into the Greenie narrative. You’ll spoil the story for them. In all those cases, it was an angry Gaia wreaking revenge upon mankind for the sin of merely existing.

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    • 24
      Guardian reader says:

      Britain was hideously white and mono cultural then and also not in the EU. It was racist, sexist, homophobic and that’s why there were floods. You can’t control me, I read the guardian and that practically makes me a scientist. We need more immigrants to make sure we have no more floods. We have 400,000 per year but we call that ‘normal’ and campaign for more.

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        Mine d'Boggles says:

        I really enjoyed this bit in #24: “I read the guardian and that practically makes me a scientist”. Well said.

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      • 152
        Jeremiah says:

        Of course the big exception is Londonistan and a few other port cities, even in the late forties outside cities, it was very rare to see a coloured faces or hear foreign lanuages, that has all changed now!

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      Gawd Help Us says:

      The 1484 model of the Ford Focus was particularly high in fuel consumption but by the 16th Century had somewhat improved I believe.

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        Anonymous says:

        Was there not a Welsh Tudor King on the thrown, must have been caused by all that eating and flatulence with record levels of wife consumption.

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        • 100
          Cardinal Biggles says:

          “A Welsh Tudor king on the thrown” you say. Where did he land?

          Anyway, Henry Tudor did not win the crown from Dicky of York until 1485.

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          • Union ? What Union ? says:

            AND at Bosworth Richard was actually winning and Henry was losing until Stanley who was sitting on the sidelines on Ambion Hill decided that he’d get a better deal if his stepson was on the throne and supported the usurping Tudors

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          • Jeremiah says:

            How many bastards have been on the throne of England since the Norman conquest, at least 2 but they legitimised themselves, marvelous what you can do when king.

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          • Jeremiah says:

            Union ? What Union ?, very true he felt slighted by Richard who administered the north of England during his brothers regien over a castle near Carlisle. Would, on that tack, would William of Normany (the Bastard) actually have succeeded in his invastion if Harold’s brother Tostig and Harald Hardrada not invaded the north forcing Harld to march north to Stamford Bridge and fight a pitched battle then march back down south. Only very shortly after, a matter of a few days, the Normans were invading, if after the first repulse of the Norman knights. if his men had done as they were told, not break their lines, the battle of Hastings might have had a very different outcome.

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          • Pliny the Welder says:

            I don’t know about that, Jeremiah… There’s 600 ish bastard commoners in the HoC who have legitimised themselves as well.

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          • Anonymous says:

            related to Rhys Ap Tewdwr Welsh dynasty

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  7. 13
    Ed Miliband says:

    We must as a nation, all unite behind this old Queen.

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  8. 14
    ron says:

    The straight, gay, transgender, intersex, cisgender, androgynous, etc etc EA staff have all been equally incompetent at dealing with the floods.

    It makes me proud to be British.

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  9. 16
    Alan Duncan, Derek Laud, Crispin Blunt, Margot James, Ted Heath, Leo Britain, Mike Portakabin, Lord Boothby says:

    No gayers in our party, duckie! Us right wingers are all straight. Only lefties are poofs.

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    What was Dave thinking of? says:

    The gay faces of Labour. Bryant, Smith, the Eagle Sisters and Mandelson. And Dave made them his number one priority?

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  11. 20
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    I shaved my pubes, as a result I think I am walking faster.

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  12. 22
    Sir William Wayde says:

    We are being diverted to a silly story about mugs, when the real problems are the Environment Agency’s crackpot theories, its contempt for ordinary people and its administrative obesity.

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      Reality says:

      So you mean we should be looking much more closely at the 11,000 mugs that work for Smith, or the 70 million mugs who are funding these idiots ?

      Hmm… the mug narrative may be more powerful than it at first appears.

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    • 41
      Anonymous says:

      Sky 2 did a 1 hr programme on the floods last night not one mention of dredging
      the rivers just a opinion of their reporters but you might as well said we are in favour of EA as its climate change and the goverments fault.pathetic report.

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        Dredge the rivers says:

        That Sky report was so biased I thought I was watching the BBC by mistake.
        Only prominence given to climate change theorists,no balance or coverage
        of the sceptics.No context of historical floods or changing weather patterns.
        The climate change lobby is blatantly using the suffering of flood victims to
        hammer home their discredited theories.

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          There is no free press in the UK anymore, and broadcasters are regulated says:

          It is perhaps worth reminding oneself of the reality of what you are watching / reading, before switching on the TV or picking up a newspaper…

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          • Cinna says:

            Unfortunately the vast majority of the popu;at ion are incapable of doing that. That is what all these snake oil salesmen depend on.

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    • 174
      Jeremiah says:

      “administrative obesity” managers, managers, managers, Sir Bill that is the trouble with this country, everyone wants to be a manager and they are empire building, it’s just the folkes that actually do the job that get made redundant, when that happens why so many managers, oh I get it they use outside contractors to do the dirty work.

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    Shock, Horror, how could you say such a thing! says:

    There’s a campaign (again) to get ‘curvier’ women into the fashion scene. I imagine they will be displaying the clothes on ‘fatwalks’, strengthened of course. But surely ‘elfnsafety’ will ban it, danger to watchers in case of a trip, the collateral damage could be considerable.

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      C.O.Jones says:

      Well that’s it, If you cannot get your BMI into a healthy range then we need to change people’s perception of beauty.

      Now, about those 6,000 calories a day you throw down your gullet, please continue doing so. A PR campaign to make you attractive should work!

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        Waynetta Bennyfit says:

        ‘ere — oo u callin’ self indulgent

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          C.O.Jones says:

          Morning Waynetta. How i̶s̶ ̶t̶h̶e̶ ̶b̶u̶s̶i̶n̶e̶s̶s̶ ̶p̶l̶a̶n̶ are the kids this morning?

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          • C.O.Jones says:

            If you managed to get the tribe to school on time for the first time this month – I have two things to say to.
            First – congratulations!
            Second – it’s half term this week!

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      Ah! suspect says:

      White Dee is going to model fridges.

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      Jeremiah says:

      What is wrong with 38-28-34, I don’t think Fawkes would complain about those figures, they look ok to me. On the other hand you aren’t one of those who prefers 56-34-36?

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    Andy Coulson's monkey says:

    The institute of right wing made-up-olgy recently discovered that those people who persistently make so called gay jokes are usually gay themselves. In fact the institute found more comments about gay sex on this blog than on any gay website like Pink News.

    The institute coined the following maxim:
    Prove you are not gay by obsessively talking about gay sex.

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    BC says:

    Oh do f**k off. If you spent less time thinking about bum sex you might all be more efficient human beings.

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      Cornish pasty says:

      So if the Environment Agency had spent less time and tax-payers money distributing
      childish mugs and sponsoring Gay Pride events, would they have had more time and tax-payers money to spend on dredging the rivers and shoring up coastal defences?

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  16. 38
    David T says:

    The SNP saying that rUK not wanting to enter a currency union amounts to “laying down the law to Scotland” is hilarious.

    Agreed, it plays well to the home audience. Scottish nationalism is all about having a chip on your shoulder. So is most Scottish identity.

    In the middle classes, who don’t tend to go on the terraces, that’s because all the most successful Scots leave the country, mainly for London, leaving the losers behind.

    (I’m not talking about people in sectors where you get a brass plate because you and your father are both freemasons, and then watch the money roll in from public-sector contracts or professional monopolies. Those guys stay in the auld country. But deep down inside, they know they’re pathetic. That’s why most of them are Calvinists.)

    HOWEVER, the begging to enter a currency union with rUK does NOT go down well with the ratings agencies and in Basle! (Another illustration that all the clever Scottish PR guys are in London.) You’re supposed to NEGOTIATE treaties with foreign countries, Alec. You’re not supposed to say they’re LETTING YOU DOWN by not signing what you want. Grow up! Don’t say “Oh please England, won’t you wipe our arses?” It’s pathetic.

    If Scotland couldn’t get away with printing its OWN “scotto” currency – for the simple reason that nobody would buy it, because they’ve got so few assets to back it with – who on earth would want them in a currency union? Nobody.

    They couldn’t afford to peg the scotto to the GBP or EUR either, for exactly the same reason.

    If they go independent, they’ll have 2 choices:

    1) Use the GBP as a foreign currency, the same way as Ecuador uses the USD. But the comparison stops there. Ecuador gets a lot of USD coming in (per the size of its economy) from US retirees. All Scotland gets is a few Germans, US citizens and Belgians on shooting weekends. Doesn’t matter that some of them are bankers. Putting “Ecosse” and “Skottland” on car bumpers hardly makes Scotland an internationally happening place. It isn’t. It never will be. It’s too dour and too cold.

    2) Print scottos. Players on the main derivatives bourses will then go absolutely mental to short the country. They’ll be borrowing scottos wherever they can find them, and selling them short. I’d give the currency about 2-3 weeks.

    Oh – and don’t forget – there won’t be any £85K-per-account Financial Services Compensation Scheme covering Scotland.

    I also know of no parallels where polls inside a small country that might split away show a majority for staying in the existing union, and polls in the rest of the union show a majority in favour of it splitting away. How many people in Scotland actually know that?

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      Anonymous says:

      I think Scotland would be equally successful using Bitcoin.

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        just asking says:

        In the event of Scottish independence, will the Scots have to fund their bits of the BBC?

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        Casual Observer 6 says:

        The nationalists I suspect were under the impression that they could ‘coin it’ as others have, by exiting and re-entering the EU via independence.

        Am not sure they are really that bothered about the £, but they are concerned about talk of how debts built up by the UK would be shared. S’cotland is a debtor nation, and its biggest problem is that it does not have enough resource to cover those debts.

        EU cannot afford S’cottish independence as that would create major problems in S’pain and with S’erbia. I’taly can also be added into the mix.

        S’cotland did have good political ties with South G’erman political parties, but their contacts were voted out of office the other year. The ongoing deterioration of G’erman finance also would have rendered any ‘deal’ drawn up between the two which was contingent on S’cotland becoming independent void now.

        If S’cottish people truly desire independence then they should go for it. However, the price of independence will be high in the short to medium term, not because of petty opposition, but purely because they will need to independently establish a credible currency, banking system and industry capable of servicing the debt which they currently own outright, and which will be transferred from England upon leaving.

        That should not be a barrier, as after independence they should be able to negotiate on more level terms with others, but must not be fooled into believing that those terms will be lower than they have now as on their own they simply do not have that much to offer.

        The concern for England should be national security. After the vote, whichever way that turns out, the possibility of S’cottish born terrorism our side of the border will be increased.

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          Casual Observer 6 says:

          I meant of course that their negotiating terms would be lower than they are now as an independent S’cotland simply does not have as much to offer.

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  17. 39
    David Cameron, bumsex marriage says:

    Dearly Beloved, we are gathered here today in the presence of these witnesses, to join these two arse-holes in matrimony, which is commended to be honorable among all men; and therefore is not by any to be entered into gently or lightly, but violently, publicly, buggery and sodomy. Into this holy estate these two arse-holes present now come to be joined. If any person can show just cause why they may not be joined together, they will be prosecuted for hate speech and r’aped.

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    • 47
      politics of poofs says:

      Yes, I know, it’s ridiculous. It’s like with two poofs or lesbians adopting a child. The main discourse is about how they should be allowed to, because they want to.

      Nobody would get any funding to research the effects on the children, which are obviously detrimental because they don’t learn in a deep way from home experience about male-female interplay, growing up, and the family.

      Nor is any scribbler able to say in the mainstream media that ‘doing what you want’ isn’t the right basis for the psychological advance that occurs in a human being’s head when they become a parent in the context of a stable heterosexual relationship with the other parent. Mustn’t stay stuff like that. You’ll be called the new Hitler.

      And of course no-one would get funding to study what makes poofs into poofs in the first place. The dominant line is that it’s like the colour of someone’s skin – outside of their control and not the result of any influences they’ve experienced. Don’t try to help them. Everyone do what they want. What sick times we live in!

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      • 57
        F**k the LibLabCon (Guido stole my handle) says:

        Study finds that while gay men share a similar genetic make-up, it only accounts for 40 per cent of chance of a man being homosexual.

        http://tinyurl.com/qykbcy5

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        • 136
          politics of poods says:

          And what preconceptions were brought to that ‘study’? How would a gay gene be selected for? It’s obviously not adaptive. It cannot possibly be adaptive.

          Forty percent, shmorty percent. I note that the Telegraph couldn’t bear not to write that “scientists say it could still be possible to develop a test to find out if a baby was more likely to be gay.”

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        CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        To condem small defenceless children into this ‘ lifestyle ‘ of filthy unhygienic ‘sexual ‘
        practice and then pass it off as normal behaviour is possibly the ultimate in child abuse!

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          Mr. Realistic says:

          Dead right. Gay adoption was introduced, with indecent haste (no pun intended), just to assist the gay lobby’s fight to make their lifestyle look normal. I feel so sad for the innocent kids thrown into this weird, volatile lifestyle. Imagine the bullying they will get at school;and they will! Worse still, the aspect no one will openly debate, the increased (?) chances of abuse – not that such a trend would ever be admitted or reported, as it would take second place to gay ‘rights’.

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          • Cinna says:

            I confess the current practice of “normalising” deviant behaviour is abhorrent.
            In nature the prime motivational force is the procreation of the species. That would be considered “normal”. Behaviour other than that deviates from the normal and, in that case, is “deviant” by definition.

            On a personal level I am only glad that homosexual behaviour is still optional. Although I’m not sure how long it will be before it becomes obligatory under threat of legal sanctions for those who do not indulge.

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          • politics of poofs says:

            The international propaganda in favour of gay marriage is interesting. It’s in terms of tide: reference to ‘the 18th country to introduce gay marriage’, etc. They don’t talk about the vast majority of countries in the world which don’t allow it and probably never will.

            The propaganda also says that if you oppose gay marriage then you are probably a religious fundamentalist. One poll asked people to select from three possibilities: a) pro gay marriage, b) anti gay marriage because it’s against God’s law, and c) anti gay marriage because it’s not in accordance with the Bible.

            There was no option saying anti gay marriage because it’s bad for children and society.

            Clearly we are not supposed to think about what’s good for children and society. We are offered the choice of ‘everyone do what they want’ or mediaeval style theocracy.

            There are also many articles filed from Russia and Poland suggesting that anti gay marriage means beating up gay men in the street and even torturing them. That is absolutely ridiculous. The vast majority of people in Russia oppose gay marriage for good social reasons and would neither engage in nor support such violent attacks.

            There was even a ridiculous article in the Guardian by Priyamvada Gopal, a journalist of Indian origin, who argued that the Indian authorities should tear up their constitution just so as to legalise homosexuality, and that not to do so was to be servile to ‘colonialism’. Surely some mistake?

            How can anyone type such rubbish? She’s a fellow at Cambridge, so I assume she knows that she was arguing that there should be ordinary law, constitutional law, and then, above the constitution, there should be the super super-law which says that men who bugger other men and suck their penises should be treated the same way as normal men in all circumstances. I mean even if someone is in favour of the gay tide, they should be able to have the honesty to admit that the source of the international gay movement, of the international push for gay marriage, is in the western world. Sure, some gays want to support their brothers in Zimbabwe, but the source of the lobby, of the PR, is in the west. It is psychological warfare if ever I’ve seen it.

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          • SIZE 13 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

            They try to paint all those who find these practices to be repugnant as religious in the same way that all republicans are branded as left wing .
            I am both an athiest and a republican and despise both socialists and sodomists equally .

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    the general public says:

    A bit off message, but are we seeing the results of a Dave “deal” with Borosso coming to fruition……”I will make sure there is no UK vote on an in-out of the EU if you tell those pesky Scots they can’t join the EU”….

    Maybe I’m getting too cynical in my old age?

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    • 48
      F**k the LibLabCon (Guido stole my handle) says:

      Not at all, it seems the powers that be are all moving in unison to stop a Scotxit in it’s tracks.

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    • 53
      harry smith says:

      I thought it was impossible to be too rich or too cynical.

      But in this case I think the answer is no – because nobody (e.g. the Krauts) would want the Jocks in the eurozone (which is more important than the EU). The Krauts are wiping enough Irish economic arses as it is.

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  19. 49
    Ah! wonder says:

    Some people are twats, and I can’t get over how they rise to the top.

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  20. 61
    Guardian says:

    Nick Clegg hints at possible coalition deal with Labour in 2015

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      Southern Softy says:

      Dave should give him the elbow now and soldier on without a majority. Cleggy is a little Hunt and will lose his seat in 2015 – I don’t even give a shit that it will be to Labour. He’ll them be off to gravy train in Brussels.

      HE’S A Hunt!

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      • 143
        Tom Catesby says:

        The EUSSR gravy train is the single reason why Clegg is desperate to shun a referendum on membership. A top paid non-job looms for himself and wife after his gang of scumbags is crushed into oblivion in 2015.

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    • 70
      C.O.Jones says:

      Seems that Nick is happy being the bridesmaid. Some aspiration for a politician.

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    • 71
      nothing changes says:

      I was taught as a child that the Libs liked to ” run with the hare and hunt with the hounds”.

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      • 77
        hang about.. says:

        Will there be any Lib Dem MP’s left or will they all have been banged up for perjury,fraud or sexual offences?

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    • 76
      The Eleventh Earl of Marr says:

      So Nick has worked out that people like me (ex Tory party member who voted Lib Dem in 2010) are strongly considering voting Labour – as being the party that is likely to do least damage to this nation.

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    • 78
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      How can you have a coalition with a party with no MPs :-)

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    • 80
      Ulan Bator says:

      Clegg is already stabbing his coalition partners in the back – surely he’s the last person Labour would want to go near?

      Devious, unprincipled, sly.

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      • 138
        Tom Catesby says:

        I am not famous among my aquaintances as a fan of Mandelson, but he rose a little in my critical estimation after the last G.E. when the limpdicks came slithering round to do a deal with labour and were shown the door by mandy and others.

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    • 86
      Dave Blobby says:

      Labour will have a working majority at the next election, and anyway, would be politically stupid to do any deal with the discredited Liberal Democrats and their duplicitous leader

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      • 93
        C.O.Jones says:

        Yes, like the deal for PR in 1997 with Tony Blair.

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      • 107
        CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        A majority that with luck, will evaporate with the referendum in Scotland!

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      • 118
        SIZE 13 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        A majority that with luck, will evaporate with Scottish independence.

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        • 151
          Union ? What Union ? says:

          The negotiations with the SNP over independence and the legislation will tie up the Commons and Lords for months. You can expect that the Tories in both Houses will introduce loads of amendments to the legislation so Miliband will be tied up for the whole 10 months May 2015 to March 2016 when Scotland become independent that no other legislation will progress very much. We’ll also have the satisfaction of Labour being blamed by both the nationalists and unionists for the whole sorry mess.

          With the Act of Independence all Labour, LibDEm and SNP MPs at Westminster representing Scottish Constituencies will be immediately disbarred and Miliband will either have to cobble together a colaition with the odds and sods of the LibDems remaining or govern as a minority government or resign. All the time the pound will be tanking and the recovery stopped

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      Tom Catesby says:

      I know members of the Labour party(sorry!) who have said their party cards will be sent back to Millibore if such a pact is formed.

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        My 2d worth says:

        Silly buggers! Why waste the stamp money? Just tear the bloody things up or shove them through the shredder. Remind them to cancel the direct debits too.

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    26% of Americans appear to believe that the sun orbits the earth.

    The same as the proportion of Brits who think a Labour government would be the best at managing the UK’s finances.

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    • 73
      BBC News and Propaganda Unit says:

      Ed Balls is an economic genius.

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    • 74
      F**k the LibLabCon (Guido stole my handle) says:

      I read that story yesterday cat, unbelievable!

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    • 85
      Climate Change Expert says:

      I am 80% confident that there is a possibility that maybe we are right.

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

        All this nonsense from the eco-loons that “the science is settled” on man-made climate change.

        For nearly two thousand years the science was settled that the Earth was he centre of the universe and that the Sun & planets orbited it and anyone who said otherwise was a heretic and burned at the stake.

        Then along came Copernicus & Galileo and the rest as they say is history, just like the Ptolemaic model :-)

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      Tom Catesby says:

      Is that the same 26% who believe the earth was made in six days?

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    • 135
      Universe in Mo0tion says:

      In the grand scheme of things, the Sun does orbit the Earth. Takes a very long time though.

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

        No it doesn’t. The Sun orbits the Solar System barycentre, as do all Solar System bodies, which lies within the body of the Sun itself and it also orbits the galactic centre every 250 million years.

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    Cast Iron Dave says:

    You’ll all be laughing on the other sides of your faces when you are stood at the standpipes filling your kettles come April.

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    ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

    If memory serves, Gordo B did quite well out of the 2007 floods politically. He was seen as rather capable.

    I’m reminded, although on a far small scale, of what US commentators said about Bush and Obama’s different reponses to New Orleans and Hurricane Sandy.

    Basically, if you put people in charge of the state who are fundamentally hostile to the existence of the sate, the state will fail on their watch.

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    Alan Duncan, Derek Laud, Crispin Blunt, Margot James, Ted Heath, Leo Britain, Mike Portakabin, Lord Boothby says:

    The Tory party can proudly say we’ve never had any woofters in our ranks. We’re all straight shooters.

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    O says:

    It’s ok for Muslims to demand the don’t want to work near or serve people pork or alcohol for cultural and religious reasons.

    Yet if someone says they don’t want to work with someone with HIV like Lord Smith for health and personal reasons, all hell would break lose.

    Now i’m not homophobic, I had my experimental stage like everyone else and decided I liked women thats why i’m laughing at this irony.

    As a disillusioned left winger you can’t help but get disillusioned and laugh at the picking and choosing and naked hypocrisy within the movement.

    Since when did cultural and religious reasons triumph over health and personal reasons, why does the left say ones ok and the others not.

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      Lennox Karl Anthony Da Silva says:

      Simply because it suits them!

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    • 113
      Diane Abbot says:

      WACIST !!!

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      An awkward bastard says:

      I hear you say you are not homophobic.

      However if you were homophobic would you be afraid to express the fact.

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        SIZE 13 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        Any body who is truly ‘homophobic’ should seek help , a ‘phobia’ implies a fear, when in reality, despite the protestations of the Guardian reading classes, most people react with a mixture of revulsion and disgust when the lurid details of these bizarre ‘ sexual ‘ practices are mentioned.

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          John Bellingham says:

          The word “Homophobia” irritates me every time that I hear it.
          Those who spent ages over nasty Latin words at school will well be aware that “homo” from the Latin–rhyming with Perry Como, relates to Man and “Homo”– from the Greek–rhyming with Tommo, relates to “The Same”– so Homo Sapiens means “wise man” and Homogenous (pron. hommogenous) means evenly mixed and Homosexual (pron Hommosexual) means same sex interests.

          “Homophobia”, usually pronounced in the Latin style, is supposed to indicate fear of, or dislike of Homosexuals.
          It is a silly made-up ignorant expression. If someone who dislikes women is a misogynist and someone who dislikes humanity is a misanthrope and a dislike of men is misandry, then to follow the convention a dislike of homosexuals would require a Greek word meaning bum-bandit.
          The problem is that Greeks who know a lot about such stuff and had different words for the various things that poufs do to each other–one for the doer, one for the receiver, one for the sucker, one for the suckee and so on.
          There is a Greek word– ανώμαλος–anomalos that could apply to homosexuals of all techniques, but it can also mean to pervert, as in the course of justice. Possibly the best choice would be Σόδομα–Sodoma, understood in almost every language, but using that word someone who found that act offense would be a Misodist or maybe a sodophobe.
          My favourite is ἀρσενοκοίτης– arsenokoites, which, surprisingly, comes from ársēn, a male, and koítē, a bed, but this is really for the Bugger not the Buggee, but to admit to being a misarsenist, works well and gives the opportunity to show the ignorance of people who didn’t go to school.

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      SIZE 13 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      If £90,000 has been stolen surely it’s a matter for the police, not a parliamentary committee?

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        Hugh Janus says:

        Precisely. And while they are at it, perhaps they would like to establish how the relatively simple matter of using an allowance to fund her parents’ home should have taken 15 months to sort out. Too much long grass about? Time we got out the mower.

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    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

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      Tom Catesby says:

      Clegg is a bloody disgrace and should resign. This however whould require a level of moral courage, self respect and most importantly respect for the public I do not believe, like many of his kind, he has got.

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  28. 121
    Tom Catesby says:

    Could we get Smith and his gayer friends to use these mugs to bail out the flooded houses? Or more seriously shouldn’t we be asking the public auditor to consider the use of public money for such purposes as not proper use?

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  29. 125
    A Parliament of Homos says:

    Never mind about all female shortlists at Westminster. If they really want to reflect society at large then they need to introduce all hetrosexual shortlists.

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  30. 126
    Ed Davey says:

    I recently gave £15m of your money to cattle ranchers in Colombia, the world’s 30th richest country, to help cut flatulence in cows. And there is fuck all you plebs can do about it.

    Thanks for caring.

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  31. 129
    LKatest EA issue Sandbag says:

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    Ed Davey wants to spend our money to help stop cows farting in Colombia.

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  33. 186
    Jimmy says:

    Let’s send Smithy and his gay parade cadre to Uganda – President To Sign Law That Jails Gays For Life

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Rob Colvile reviews Russell Brand’s new book:

“Oddly, the person I feel sorriest for isn’t Brand himself – although he certainly comes across as a rather pitiable figure, projecting his own brokenness on to the world around him – but Johann Hari. Drummed out of Fleet Street for plagiarism, the former Independent columnist has washed up as “my mate Johann, who’s been doing research for this book”. For a genuinely talented polemicist, it would have been a humbling experience to have to treat this sub-undergraduate dross as the scintillating wisdom of a philosopher-king.”



Mycroft says:

Have you read the last bit of Animal Farm?

You know where the animals are looking through the Farmhouse window?

My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

Be careful, the sudden self-congratulatory tone, the slightly pudgy outline of indulgence and you become exactly what you should despise.

The jolly face of the Quisling Cameron poses for your camera has mesmerised and deceived you, you who were once not so deceived.

You were no firebrand, you were a damp squib in my opinion, sorry.

You need a damned good kick up the ahse!


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