March 2nd, 2014

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673 Comments

  1. 1
    Scallywag says:

    The Ukrainian coup was a CIA/Neocon black operation

    http://macedoniaonline.eu/content/view/24784/53/

    Financing and organised by ‘NGOs” and “Lithuanians” etc

    We now have the proof, including statments about “destabilisation” at the time the Opposition refused to assume the Government, offered to them…

    The Neocons wanted regime change…NOT compromise…

    They continue their criminal warmongering and subversive operations……

    But We the People do not want war and their filthy operations…

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    • 2
      Sally says:

      There’s too much sugar in Coke Kev. But that diet shite tastes awful.

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      • 60
        Guido's new rentboy says:

        Oy vey, the British plebs must send their young men and women to retake Ukraine and smash Christian Mother Russia, so that my beloved Israel can finally take Syria unopposed, and thus achieve the 5,000 years planned goal of Greater Israel from the Nile to the Euphrates and One World Government of the goyim slaves by God’s Chosen Psychos.

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        • 78
          RAF says:

          soz mister cocksucker, you’re shit out of luck. We brave RAF boys only carpet bomb civilians in stone-age shitholes or white Christians in Dressen on St Valentines Day, but not modern well-equipped armies that can shoot back.

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          • Guzz says:

            You might ask the Germans why not one bomb landed on the Royal Dockyards of Plymouth while the city was raised to the ground.

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          • the Germany army says:

            It is important for ze invasion to have ze fully funcztionink dock for landingk of ze supplies. Zerefore it make zense to bomb ze people runnink ze docks, not ze docvks zemselves. Zis is total varfare.

            Ve see you doink ze same in ze Falklands – drop bombs to kill ze people runnink ze airfield but ze airstrip itself is undamaged, for later use. Iz gut, ja?

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        • 83
          SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          They’d better not send any women, they are only there to destroy the combat capabilities of the army at the behest of the EU equality fanatics.

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        • 320
          j1hadistguestcolumnists 'R'us bridger says:

          Seumas, needing lots of similarly balanced copy for next week’s editions.

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        • 405
          Táxpáyér says:

          Enriched by Islam I see.

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      • 339
        Anonymous says:

        Instead of Coke, try 7Up.
        Maybe with a dash of lime.

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      • 340
        7Up says:

        Instead of Coke, try 7Up instead.
        Maybe with a dash of lime.

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    • 3
      The MP who wants to Tax Food and Alcohol for the poor says:

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      • 4
        The Harlem Globetrotter says:

        She’s back from troughing Breakfast Dunkin Donuts in the states then

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      • 23
        Fatabotomous says:

        I don’t give a flying @@@@ for my sugar levels. Diabetes can be treated on the NHS along with weight removal, heart bypasses and other stuff so why should I or any other fun lovin WIndass ship Immy care?

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        • 41
          Fartbot says:

          And if it can’t well I’ve always got the private medical

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          • Always keep an eye on what's happening in Ireland, the EU's Experiment Lab says:

            You might not have the Private for too long.

            Ireland poised to introduce Universal Health Insurance (UHI), presumed to be at EU instigation.

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      • 31
        Obese Jamaicans are the new poor. Diane Abbott says:

        Why has Philadelphia become an economic wreck?

        I visited Philadelphia in North America. ‘Philly’, as it is called, has the largest Jamaican community of any American city outside of New York.

        You don’t have to look far, even in the centre of the city, to see Philadelphia’s poor, begging and living on the street. Some are rendered almost immobile by their obesity. Obesity in 21st century America has become a signifier of poverty.

        http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/columns/Why-has-Philadelphia-become-an-economic-wreck-_16125453

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        • 34
          Fatabotomous says:

          Yeh mon.

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        • 39
          Mong Watch says:

          The cheese steak sandwich had a pretty bad effect, but diet has little to do with the economic decline of Philadelphia. One should look to demographics and the de-industrialization of the US East Coast.

          Pennsylvania has been Dem since 1992: That may also have something to do with it.

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          • JJ9 says:

            Hernnstein and Murray’s “The Bell Curve” has everything to do with the decline of Phily.

            But the PC americans, whom many did not even bother to read it let alone understand it, labelled them as racists (Hernnstein is J’ewish btw).

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          • Len says:

            I take it that the lefties deny that intelligence is genetic and is wholly down to environment as that would then open debate to intelligence across race. They would also have to discuss why most successful Afro black people are not actually black but of mixed race. eg Obama, Hamilton, Umunna

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          • A Big One for me please Mac - with extra fries of course says:

            You cannot really think that number 1 and 3 in your little list are in any way a success, Shirley?

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          • Anonymous says:

            Keep them poor keep them voting democrat

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        • 47
          She Answers her own question says:

          “So how did it come about that a city, to which so many black people travelled for a better life, became an economic wreck?”

          http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/columns/Why-has-Philadelphia-become-an-economic-wreck-_16125453

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          • Harsh but true says:

            Jungle bunny average IQ = 85

            White average IQ = 103

            Ashkenazy J o o IQ = 112

            That’s why. Philidelphia is a high tech city these days – plenty of room for high IQ whites, asians and J o o s but no room for chimps.

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        • 284
          Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

          She does manage to get in that it was whiteys fault for leaving Central Philly. The woman is obsessed with skin colour instead of focussing on lack of ambition, broken families, irresponsible parents and too much ego instead of education.
          We all make our choices, whether they be right or wrong, irrespective of skin colour.

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          • Former Zulu Warrior, now living in Tower Hamlets says:

            To be honest we’re not really up to speed with this technology malarkey. We’d rather go back to the days of tribal warriors with spears fighting it out to see who is really top dog. We don’t really do the “Enlightenment” and all that clever stuff.

            Thing is, its not all about skin color is it? Black people have curly hair and flat noses as well, and these are things you can see on the outside. There are differences on the inside too, on the way we think and indeed if we can think at all.

            To put it simply, when we were living in Africa we could live more or less like the other primates, so we did. We never evolved enough to handle “civilisation” – no need. That’s why we’re good at shagging, running, hitting people and throwing things and not a lot else. It’s obvious really. White people are usually far too polite to spell it out, which is handy. But really, we need to be sent back to Africa where we can live the way our lives have always been lived. Simply.

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          • If you get my Rorke's Drift says:

            Zulus – thousands of them.

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          • Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

            I disagree with you more than I disagree with Diane Abbott.

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        • 662
          Philly Dog says:

          Hilarious! It inadvertently explains what has happened in parts of the UK-she seems too thick to make the connection.

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      • 61
        SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        FATBOT versus FOOD

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    • 378
      Unsigned emails from anaonymous hackers writeen in English as a 1st language? So what? says:

      All I can say is that everybody involved in Lithuania and Ukraine has an excellent grasp of English – far better than anybody I have met using English as a second language!

      On the other hand we can simply imagine those emails as being made up by persons unknown?

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      • 519
        Lithuanian part time CIA operative says:

        Yes

        We eastern Europeans have been to language schools and US universities you know

        You seem about 30 years behind the times

        That nice Mr Soros finances our activities as well, you know

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    • 452
      Enemy of the State says:

      The poofs are behind it

      http://www.newswithviews.com/Gonzalez/servando111.htm

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  2. 5
    Neocon/CIA coup in Ukraine says:

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    • 8
      Not another conspiracy nutter says:

      You have to laugh at all these silly neocon conspiracy theories such as Ukraine and Venezuela. If they are true how come Snowden did not reveal them along with all the other secrets?

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    • 409
      Táxpáyér says:

      Neocons turned me into a newt!

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  3. 6
    Mad Max neocons at work says:

    It only costs $5 billion to overthrow the democratically elected President

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    • 14
      UKIP or bust says:

      What was that the other day about EU funded trolls?

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    • 16
      Not another conspiracy nutter says:

      The real truth is that under Obama the USA have been rapidly retreating from their role of bossing the world and the UK has also been cutting back massively on defence, leaving a country like the Russian Mafia to take over the position of King of the Hill. What Putin wants Putin will get and the West will sit back like castrated eunuchs and let him.

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      • 20
        Not another conspiracy nutter says:

        And if it came to war between the EU and Russia we would all be dead before the EU had finished filling in all the forms.

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        • 22
          Not another conspiracy nutter says:

          Hands up all those nutters who would fight for the EU against Russia?

          Hello?

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          • Nicolas Anelka says:

            Four quenelle!

            I absolutely won’t put my hand up in case it is a mistaken gesture.

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          • Let the political class do some dying for a change says:

            Hands up anyone who would fight for the UK against Russia?

            Slotted to become a minority within 30 years, pushed to the back of the queue for jobs, housing, schools, hospitals, the overwhelming victim of r@ce attacks, just don’t expect the native Scottish, Irish, English and Welsh to do you establishment gits any favours.

            To misquote Jackass Straw, ‘The political class are not worth saving’.

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          • Let's fight to the death for.....whatever! says:

            Exactly what supreme principle would we be fighting for? The right for a minority to overthrow a democratically elected government?

            The popularity of the new leadership in Ukraine has not been tested at the polls. We might very well find ourselves fighting on the wrong side.

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          • We have elsewhere a 100,000 recruits says:

            Tell all our new found chaps in Afganistan, Iraq, Somalia, Nigeria, Pakistan etc who they are fighting…western imperial invaders. In this case Russkies from the North. Hey presto we have a fighting army of 100,000. May end up conquering Moscow, before winter. Only snag, which must be addressed, is how to get the weapons back and send them back home, once hostilities have ceased.

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          • Our Fighting personnel Aboard says:

            We have fighting chaps aboard to recruit. In Afghanistan, Iraq, Nigeria, Somalia, Egypt, Pakistan and Londonistan there is over 100,000 fighting to the death men. Just need a good cause. Fighting Western Imperialist Invaders. In this case Russkies from the North. Should capture Moscow before winter. Only snag is retriving weapons and sending them back home once hostilities have ceased.

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      • 21
        cornwall storms says:

        Well I wouldn’t have put it quite that way but there is an element of truth in what you say.

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      • 232
        The Bottle Fed Triplet says:

        TAUTOLOGY ALERT!!! Er.. aren’t all Eunuchs castrated?

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      • 447
        Anonymous says:

        Eu do not have an army! So create a need …. It’s so obvious.Unortunately there is no unity or common cause as we are so diversified, and therefore a common threat must be created.Correct me if I am wrong but if USA will not go into Syria why should they be more likely to go to Ukraine,plus Obamma was elected as a non supremacist why should he stick his neck out for wealthy/whiteys

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        • 473
          10 Century onwards says:

          EU in previous carnations did have armies with only one thing in mind. Crusades.

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  4. 7
    Idiot spoonface says:

    Spoonface is owned

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    • 17
      Barack Obama says:

      Lightweight

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    • 45
      Reality Cheque says:

      Serious errors made. Hague should be resigned. Putin wins again. Sounder judgment of the mozzie mindset, I’m afraid.

      Spoon is like a leaking toilet, a busted flush?

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      • 92
        Putin may be bad but he's nowhere near as bad as our lot! says:

        Putin is free to say what he likes. Whenever he is on the right side of an argument he will make the most of it.

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  5. 9
    Ah! serious stuff says:

    Never mind coke

    Alex Salmond is planning an export tax on IRN_BRU, to offset Standard Life’s plans to move out.

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  6. 10
    VOTE UKIP says:

    Just heard Andrew Marr to Nigel Farage pretty much describe a sense of community and British values as ‘nostalgia’ what planet is this guy from??!!

    #Loony Left.

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    • 26
      Anonymous says:

      Surprised the left wing twat didn’t swop the word community to “collective”

      His missis has left leaning bats in the belfry as well.

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      • 96
        Communism without community! says:

        “a sense of community and British values as ‘nostalgia’ ”

        Let’s face it, it is rapidly becoming nostalgia. I have no interest in the Muzzies, jungle bunnies and E. Europeans. I have adopted a personal policy of non-cooperation with them. If they ask me for help I tell them to fuck off and I refuse to be served by them in a shop. Making it too easy for them here is what makes them choose the UK rather than Germany. Make the EU work for us – use it to provide a dumping ground for those we don’t want here.

        Ironically socialism relies on a sense of community and yet Labour have gone out of their way to destroy it by bringing in all sort to shore up their vote.

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    • 27
      Forgive him. He works at the BBC says:

      Andrew Marr lives breaths and exists in BBC la la Land. Where the population is 90% off white, transgendered or gayer and swap spit with their own sex and of course believe mass immigration enriches life in Britain.

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      • 50
        Manufacturing Employee says:

        And paid for his expensive lifestyle by us FFS!

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        • 206
          Just say no says:

          Not me. I stopped paying the extorted TV tax years ago. The parasites are free to live off the blood of those willing to give it. There is plenty of good advice on the ‘net for those that are no longer willing to finance the lifestyles of vermin like Marr.

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      • 191
        demograh says:

        How many of the BBC middle management are actually white heterosexuals born in Britain of British parents who didn’t go to Oxbridge and are not in the Labour Party. I bet that those numbers are disproportionately small.

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        • 513
          Dave and Ed - Shit and Shyte says:

          It’s a round number.

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        • 661
          JH-230912384590231- says:

          The next time some academics tell you how important diversity is, ask how many Republicans there are in their sociology department.
          Thomas Sowell

          …and perfectly applicable to the BBC.

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    • 44
      The BBC Bias Unit, headcount 14,263 and rising says:

      Look, all this bias is hard work, okay? We won’t get out of each others’ beds to do this for less than £100k.

      Now, you owe us £145. Please pay immediately. Or else.

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/bbc/10670826/More-BBC-executives-earn-salaries-of-100k.html

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  7. 11
    A former Assistant Secretary of the US Treasury says:

    Ukrainian Neo-Nazis Declare that Power Comes Out of the Barrels of their Guns

    http://tinyurl.com/lje5ecn

    “If a democratically elected president and ruling party are so easily driven from power by armed neo-nazis, what chance do Washington’s paid stooges among the so-called “moderates” have of forming a government? These are the corrupt people who wanted President Yanukovich out of office so that they could take the money instead. The corruption charge against Yanukovich was cover for the disloyal, undemocratic “moderate” schemers to seize power and be paid millions of dollars by Washington for taking Ukraine into the EU and NATO.”

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  8. 12
    Pieman Drome Drone says:

    I have nothing to say about anything. History was not my strongest subject.

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    • 19
      Oak Shed says:

      His story starts at BC with you don’t it Mrs. Droney?

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    • 24
      Ah! 'm thinking says:

      Who will support the thousand of Mohammuds when they come to pension age. Cannot use funds invested for prophet.

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      • 240
        A Big One for me please Mac - with extra fries of course says:

        They have something called ‘zakhat’ (effectively a mandatory cash contribution to the cause) which is supposed to pay for all that sort of stuff.

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        • 375
          was it something I said? says:

          Zakhat ain’t so bad. I could live with 10% tax.

          It’s the 52% tax that pisses me off.

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    • 53
      Nworb Nodrog says:

      New definition of “briefly” called for:
      Ms Harman and her husband Jack Dromey MP insist they do not need to say sorry over their dealings with the Paedophile Information Exchange, which was briefly affiliated to the National Council for Civil Liberties where the pair once worked in the 1970s.

      From http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/harriet-harman-urged-apologise-over-3197614.

      A very smackable, smug face.

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  9. 25
    Little old lady from Tooting Beck says:

    Well its taken some doing but I have always seen Russia as a threat but for the first time ever I am stunned to find myself agreeing with them. What did this.? The mad fucking unelected , irresponsible unaccountable lunatic CNuts running the EU who actually created this problem in the first place by enacting a Mazi style approach to grabbing land in the East.

    How I fucking loathe the EU (not Europe as there is a massive difference) just the utter scumbags of the EU

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    • 28
      C O (Ξ) says:

      The morally unjustified war against !raq has adjusted peoples perception.

      Aversion to the actions of the previous Labour government both disarm in the face of real threat, and encourage support for what is the real enemy.

      People should temper this misplaced moral perception with a view of mutual respect for the R-Fed (note that they do not respect you though…) and focus on issues which directly affect themselves.

      The EU may yet see your home reduced to rubble under R-Fed bombs.

      That is how the EU should be regarded: Is it acting in your best interest, and is it delivering value for money ?

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      • 57
        Jack says:

        Sanctimonious ass

        1 You fail to mention obvious US black ops in Ukraine

        2 You fail to mention that the Russians backed the compromise worked out by Polish Franch and German Foreign Ministerd and immediately broken by U Opposition with US US France and German support

        3 You fail the mention that Ukrainian President wss democratically elected and illegally overthrown

        4 You talk about mutual respect while UK US France and Germany exclusively support new illegal government

        5 You dishonestlty try to blame the EU when it is Governments who have negotiated…not the jackass Ashton…

        You have a curious idea of mutual respect

        You sound like Robert Kagan…!

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        • 74
          Alfred says:

          How much do they pay you to write this shite, Jack Arse?

          Oh and keep up with those English lessons, spelling in particular. We English can spot you foreigners easily otherwise.

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        • 76
          C O (Ξ) says:

          Your argument was lost with the opening ad hominem.

          However, to reply:

          i) Provide credible evidence of US black ops to back up your assertion.

          ii) It is P’oland and L’ithuania who are now trying to drag NATO into this with their Article-4 motion. One should note that the U shelved their NATO joining plans back in 2010. Why ?

          iii) U Pres was illegally overthrown by EU backed S’voboda.

          iv) US support for the current U govt is very tenuous indeed. It is the EU and UK which seem to be supporting. US has been very quiet.

          v) The EU were directly leading most of this. EU policy has perhaps been distorted somewhat by revenge driven East European states who are now seeking to escalate ?

          The EU has most certainly been responsible for economically paralysing the country by freezing accounts, and also is supporting a government which has expressed a preference for nuclear proliferation to address what are really domestic problems of its own creation.

          Nuland was right.

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          C O (Ξ2) says:

          Your argument was lost with the opening ad hominem.

          However, to reply:

          i) Provide credible evidence of US black ops to back up your assertion.

          ii) It is P’oland and L’ithuania who are now trying to drag NATO into this with their Article-4 motion. One should note that the U shelved their NATO joining plans back in 2010. Why ?

          iii) U Pres was illegally overthrown by EU backed S’voboda.

          iv) US support for the current U govt is very tenuous indeed. It is the EU and UK which seem to be supporting. US has been very quiet.

          v) The EU were directly leading most of this. EU policy has perhaps been distorted somewhat by revenge dr!ven East European states who are now seeking to escalate ?

          The EU has most certainly been responsible for economically paralysing the country by freezing accounts, and also is supporting a government which has expressed a preference for nuclear proliferation to address what are really domestic problems of its own creation.

          Nuland was right.

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          • Jack says:

            1. Only $5 billion Worth of CIA black ops fronted by “NGOs”! Nuland fuck EU disicussion – direct interference in Ukrainiain affairs – Klitchko e-mails etc But this is secondary

            2. What is serious is that the compromise worked out by Poland French and German FMs was immediately torn up by the Opposition…seems to have a been a reasonable basis for stopping escalation…and signature of said FMs now worthless….EU/Ashton was not involved…Attack Goverenments who directly negotiated not EU…

            Agreed that Poland and Lith now trying to drag NATO in…for reasons of historical revenge…understandable but not acceptable in current situation

            3 Glad we agree on this point…Why support new government then?

            4. S voboda leaders repeatedly encouraged by US UK etc – nothing specifically EU here…meetings as well…..

            5. US suuport is 100% for current government. Why is Obama threeatenting “serious consequences” if not? No calls for restraint to new government…No mention by US or UK that this U government is illegaL..Their whole stack of cards would collapse if they were honest about what is going on…!

            Austria has frozen accounts…NOT the EU…!

            And lovely Mr Hague leading the fight against “Russian intervention” now – on instructions from Washington – it looks better when the Poodle does shot…having worked to bring about regime change…

            And where is the “mutual respect”?

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          • Jack says:

            My reply has been removed!

            The real question is

            Where is the mutual respect?

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          • Anonymous says:

            Sadly you are still here though

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          • C O (Ξ2) says:

            The mutual respect is what needs to be earned back.

            R-Fed appears to have lost much of its respect for the US / UK : That is understandable given the passive aggressive posturing which is engaged in now.

            The people attacking their own government for mistakes in the past and opting for position of inaction is foolish in the face of a hostile foe.

            Such activity grants the enemy victory in the psychological battle, which hands over victory for the real battle.

            On this basis the argument can be made that the left are the enemy within.

            The EU appears to be more a tool of the enemy which gets in the way of sound foreign policy. Ironic as in this instance it is meant to be a useful proxy.

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      The EU is EVIL says:

      Have to agree. The EU is now are greatest threat and biggest enemy. Their Land grab to the East has been shameless.

      They even have an Enlargement Commissioner and department. They prostituted themselves before the Ukrainians to entice them to look to the West and encouraged the fascists to overthrow a democratically elected government. I wish Putin Well.

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      • 142
        Cathy Ashton says:

        Right, that’s it, I’m coming round to live in your kitchen

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      • 161
        Good luck Vlad says:

        ….The EU is mad , bad and dangerous and they have no right to stir things the way they have!..I do not want the EU blatently land grabbing!

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  10. 29
    Harriet says:

    As legal officer for the NCCL, I take no responsibility for the group being affiliated with a group that wanted to have sex with 4 year olds and to legalise incest. Ashcroft Thatcher cost of living bedroom crisis tax Ashcroft too far too fast Thatcher’s fault bedroom tax cost of Bullingdon Thatcher living crisis Ashcroft.

    Vote Labour.

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    • 62
      Money talks says:

      If Men and Women only want women to come out of their houses showing cleavage I shall fully support them with their view. If Men and Women want all women to have breast argumentation, minimum cup size ‘D’ and breast lifts for post child bearing generation, again, I fully support them. I do not support these views unless they have paid a affiliation fee to the NCCL. Harriet.

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  11. 30
    Debate for the Day says:

    Why are the majority of female Labour MPs obese?

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  12. 32
    Vladimir says:

    Shut the fuck up EU and U.K. — otherwise I’ll turn the gas off — that will soon have all you bleeding heart gay loving liberati twats pleading for mercy when you central heating goes off.

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    • 46
      Moscow Mike Handycock says:

      Well said Vlad, keep up the good work in Ukraine and let the girls know that I will be out there soon with the Council for Europe for a bit of rumpy pumpy. Boaz.

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  13. 37
    Diane Abbott sings the hits says:

    All We Are Saying is Give Peas a Chance

    If I Had a Hamburger, I’d Eat it in the Morning

    Another Day in Paradise Takeaway in Harlesden

    I Just Can’t Stop Eating Food

    Against All Cods

    Mad(uro) World

    Everything I Do, I Do It For Food

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    • 58
      Encore says:

      get up, stand up, stand up for your food.

      Long distance information give Kentucky take away.

      All you need is grub. grub. Grub is all you need.

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      • 104
        Move along inside says:

        I’m the tax(i man that won’t stop for her).

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      • 264
        Diane Abbott sings the hits says:

        Too Many Broken Farts

        Streets of Philadelphia Cheese

        Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough Chicken Wings

        Wanna Be Eatin Something

        P.Y.T. Pretty Yummy Turkey

        We Are The World Foods Aisle in the Supermarket

        Stairway to Heaven Takeaway in Hackney

        Another Brick in the Wall of the Chinese down the road

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        • 318
          '94 says:

          I’m a bit fat fuck but who cares anymore .. fats domino abbott

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        • 476
          D'Oliver Abbott says:

          Food, glorious food!
          Hot sausage and mustard!
          While we’re in the mood —
          Cold jelly and custard!
          Pease pudding and saveloys!

          etc etc

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  14. 40
    albacore says:

    You can’t mean the “Tories” have a Tory leader now
    If they had, it wouldn’t arf be hard to explain how
    He always opts for the E U and immigration
    When the chips are down – and bugger the British nation

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    • 49
      Limp Wristed Dave says:

      What we need to do is to give fifty million pounds to the Ukraine because this is the right thing to do.

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  15. 43
    A former Asst Secretary of the US Treasury says:

    U k r a i n i a n N e o-N a z i s Declare that Power Comes Out of the Barrels of their G’uns

    http://tinyurl.com/lje5ecn

    “If a democratically elected president and ruling party are so easily driven from power by armed n e o- n a z i s, what chance do W’ashington’s paid stooges among the so-called “moderates” have of forming a government? These are the c’orrupt people who wanted President Y’anuk o vich out of office so that they could take the money instead. The c’orruption charge against Y’anuk o vich was cover for the disloyal, undemocratic “moderate” schemers to seize power and be paid millions of dollars by W’ash ing ton for taking U kr a i ne into the EU and N’ATO.”

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    Brillo on the The Sunday Politics says:

    The Nelson Mandela memorial service at Westminster is live tomorrow morning!

    FFS!!!

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      albacore says:

      They’re just maintaining the indoctrination
      And reinforcing the plebs’ expectation
      When the leaders that we have now are so dire
      They won’t be worth pissing on when they expire

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      bbc fruit machine says:

      It would be the right thing to do to bring in South Africa poor migrants to receive our benefits and medical care, lifelong support and opulent child production levels. Nelson will/ would have approve/d ( delete according to religious or other beliefs).

      We appear to be noticeably deficient in breeders from this country and this is NOT RIGHT.

      The indigineous minority must be erased before Labour’s re-election in 2020.

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      Mandela Free Zone says:

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      '94 says:

      winnies booked the local kwikfit for the day

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    Brillo on the The Sunday Politics says:

    U k r a i n i a n N e o-N a z i s Declare that Power Comes Out of the Barrels of their G’uns

    http://tinyurl.com/lje5ecn

    “If a democratically elected president and ruling party are so easily driven from power by armed n e o- n a z i s, what chance do W’ashington’s paid stooges among the so-called “moderates” have of forming a government? These are the c’orrupt people who wanted President Y’anuk o vich out of office so that they could take the money instead. The c’orruption charge against Y’anuk o vich was cover for the disloyal, undemocratic “moderate” schemers to seize power and be paid millions of dollars by W’ash ing ton for taking U kr a i n e into the E U and N’ATO.”

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      Ordinary Ukranians says:

      Where are those snap elections we were promised?

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        Ukranian minorities says:

        If the new government is so great, why is it the only law the new government has passed is one preventing us from speaking in our own languages?

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    Splits says:

    Ukraine geographically splits perfectly West/East with a great big fuck off river running in from the Northern top and out at the South. With the Eastern bit fitting quite well in Russia. I bet that’s what we end up with.

    http://goo.gl/maps/3UVe8

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      Jack says:

      Tell Wee Willy Hague

      Problem is, he would not know that there is a river there

      He would have to call Washington to take instructions

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        Left wing troll spotter says:

        He would have to call Washington to take instructions

        I think you will find that was Blair and Brown chased President Omaha through a kitchen for instructions FFS.

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      Screw the LibLabCon says:

      Yes many suspect this will happen but the trouble is the capital city of Ukraine ‘Kiev’ is astride that very river.

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        bbc fruit machine says:

        As withe dish then split and serve. Say, Kiev Creme to the west and Kiev Kremlin to the east. We will then homosexualise both. hmmm…

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      Fuck the EU says:

      Having a non NATO/EU aligned country as a buffer between Russia and Europe is a good thing in my opinion.
      The further away from the Russian border the better,

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    logs glorious logs says:

    many years ago there was this fella who used to pilfer items from his workplace and sell them to a local gangster, and the money came in handy because they had a massive drug habit. it got to the point that so much stock was being liberated that the company actually lost the contract that placed the stock at that workplace in the first place. a year or so later said fella left that company and started working elsewhere and he also stopped using drugs. a couple of years after that he bumped into one of his former colleagues in a pub and the conversation turned to talking about the stock going missing. now this former colleague almost knew one hundred percent that the person facing him in the pub was the one who had been doing the thieving but what he was most curious about was why the manager hadn’t called in plod to investigate. the answer as to why was quite simple- because the manager was also on the take and any sort of investigation would have left them very very vulnerable to also being caught.

    and that unfortunately is the way life more often than not can be. there is always someone further up the food chain behaving far worse than those below might have once upon a time behaved.

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      Beware the unrestrained alpha personality types says:

      The people at the top of companies tend to have more alpha male personality characteristics. As a result they live by their own rules and consider “laws” and “regulations” as being for “little people” (i.e. betas and omegas). So basically they believe they can do as they want as long as they don’t get caught of course – they will say the opposite publically of course.

      This tends to be a big problem for Labour and LibDems because they espouse certain “ideals” which Labour and LibDems themselves do not actually follow. It was also a big problem for the Tories during their “Back to Basics” campaign.

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        walk your own truth and don't fear the fear they fear says:

        the book of genesis mirrors our individual creation from conception onwards- it teaches us that our singular perception is absolute and thus each and everyone of us is a god. certainly our individual universes merge somewhat into each other and that sadly is how those pirates of canaan have managed to usurp our individual sovereignty- by obfuscating the true nature of being and beings. even the word “be” is a nod to the bee and the hive mind mentality.

        they’ve installed this notion of choice, of freedom but for freedom read three dom- three dominions/dimensions – it’s a trick to confine minds into believing there is only one reality – only one universe.

        there are however some boundaries. absolute zero in terms of temperature can never be reached simply because the twang of particles waving within an atom would cease causing the atom to collapse- no twang leads to no electrical charge which leads to no plasma field aka shape.

        a true hierophant abodes in no lodge other than their own and honours the privilege of immortality by their faith in the power of revelations.

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          What ARE you talking about? says:

          Rubbish. The Book of Genesis is simply an allegory describing how humans came to have free will by being made “in the image of God” (who also has free will). It is free will that distinguishes humans from all other animals, but humans used that free will to commit sin, which brought upon themselves shame.

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          • don't believe their hive mind hype says:

            zygotic period aka genesis chapter 1 verse 27
            so god created man in his own image, in the image of god created he him; male and female created he them.

            blastocyst period aka genesis chapter 2 verse 7
            and the “lord” god formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.

            embryonic period genesis chapter 2 verse 8
            and the “lord” god planted a garden eastward in eden; and there he put the man whom he had formed.

            fetal period aka genesis chapter 2 verse 21
            and the “lord” god caused a deep sleep to fall upon adam, and he slept: and he took one of his ribs, and closed up the flesh instead thereof

            also… free equals three. please note what i posted before about that. it is about trapping people into the misconception (no pun intended) that there is only one reality – only one universe – only one god. each and every one of us is a god.

            also bare in mind the book of genesis pertains to all mammals and each and every one of them is also a god.

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          • Where on earth are you getting this tripe? says:

            Utter bollox

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          • Where on earth are you getting this tripe? says:

            If man was created in the literal image of God – what does God use his willy for? Does he have a celestial bog and is there a Mrs God?

            If God created man in the image of God – how can all the animals be God too? Is it a typo? Should it say “And man was created in the image of God… and so were all the other animals too. Except they have willies and the real God doesn’t. Obviously”. Seems a bit confused.

            And if “three equals free” I guess that’s another typo. Are you sure that works in the ancient Hebrew in which the original old testament would have been written?

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          • i think therefore i am says:

            in genesis 1 v 27 it is denoted as “god”. this pertains to the sperm- the male part of conception, the zygote period. every other stage of development is denoted by the use of “lord god”, the emphasis on “lord” – which translates as keeper/guardian aka the female element namely the womb. chapter 2 v 21 regarding the rib/closed up pertains to the genitalia of the fetus finally being defined aka whether it is male or female.

            if you still can’t get your head around this (and that is okay i can comprehend it is difficult) please explain why in chapter 1 v 27… god creates man and then in chapter 2 v 7 lord god formed man from the dust. that is to say there appears to be a god who created man and a lord god who also created man. how could man be created twice?
            the universe only exists inside your head. it is your universe. i have a perception of a universe inside my head too. i am the god of that universe as are you the god of your universe. you’ve just been led down the wrong path into being brainwashed to believe there is only one universe and thus only one god.

            as for being created in his image that is quite simple… one half of conception is the father (god) aka your dad for example and the other half, the lord god is your mum. you were made in their image and they were made in the image of their parents and your own children will have been made in the image of you and your wife/husband, for you are both gods.

            all mammals go thru zygote/blastocyst/embryo/fetal stages. thus god/lord god pertains to them as well. their parents/guardians/keepers/creators are each a god. and those who became before them were a god or lord god and their offspring will be a god/lord god as well.

            they perpetuate the notion of there only being one god by many means, one of which is the use of freedom aka three dom aka three dimensions. it is a metaphor for there only being one universe. the universe is a perception unique to each person. they should all have the right to exist and flourish as much as anyone elses. language (especially english) is a huge means for controlling people- herding them into the notion their destiny is outwith of their control. it creates a hive mentality which creates a unified perception which grows in strength the longer it exists.

            we are the imagination of ourselves.

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          • What are you talking about? says:

            I don’t know which version of the bible you are being brainwashed with but the Good News translation is here:

            http://www.biblesociety.org.uk/the-bible/search-the-bible/GNB/Gen/1/

            You will see that the Earth is first, followed by the land and the sea and then humans. Difficult for the universe to be only the imaginings of humans if it came before humans right?

            He’s not the Lord God in the first chapter because who would he be lord over? Until 1-27 he isn’t lord of anybody. It really is that simple.

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          • you cannot censor a thought says:

            these are taken from the king james version

            genesis chapter 1 verse 27
            so god created man in his own image, in the image of god created he him; male and female created he them.

            genesis chapter 2 verse 7
            and the lord god formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.

            why did “god” create man in chapter 1 verse 27 and “lord god” create man again in chapter 2 verse 7.

            please explain why man was created twice.

            by the way please except my sincere apologies if i have somehow given you the impression that i give a fuck what you think. take it or leave it. just because i am imparting this truth (as i regard it) about the old testament does not mean i am expecting others nor wanting others to abide by my notions. make your own minds up. do your own research, your own thinking. what i am not going to get into is a pissing contest. so unless you can adequately explain why “man was created twice” please do not bother to reply, as you will just make yourself look like a imbecile. alternatively you could again not answer my question but instead reply with a pile of deflecting shite which would satisfy your oh so importantly special ego aka the insistence to have the last word. that could go either way for you. either people would think oh well yet another shitfest of disagreeent on the internet not very exciting can’t be arsed to read the whole thread or they will read the whole thread and then draw their own conclusions.

            all together now one more time please explain why man was created twice.

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    oioi says:

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      oioi says:

      The timeline shows that the NCCL were close to PIE before they were affiliated,during and after. It has has been said that PIE were on the fringe or even pushed away from NCCL? Sounds like PIE in sky.

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        SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        The only reason Harman , Hewitt and Dromey allowed PIE a seat on the NCCL was because they are fully sympathetic with their aims .
        The clue is in the name ,there for all to see, they also publicly campaigned on their behalf .

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          The Gramscian Left are happy to see your children abused, amongst other things says:

          Back in the 70’s and early 80s the NCCL was one of those loony leftie organisations that was a constant thorn in the side of the established morality of Mr & Mrs Joe Average. It’s purpose wasn’t so much to campaign for any individual group as to turn society itself on its head.

          In other words, it was a Gramscian organisation and very much in league with radical feminism, militant homosexuality, criminal rights and so on.

          They were clever enough at the time to make their arguments very narrow and theoretical so they were difficult to argue against. If they were confronted then their strategy would be to point their finger at something beloved of Mr & Mrs Joe Average and point out a level of hypocrisy (in this case pointing their finger back at the Daily Mail). Ken Livingstone is a master of this strategy – pay close attention to his rhetorical tricks if you want to see how it works.

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        • 147
          Anonymous says:

          The interesting scenario here is that its only the BBC now shrilling for Harman. Put aside just for now the issue of the BBC charter and the impartiality requirement when both left wing papers dig dirt on the Labour deputy leader and demonstrate that the explanation falls at the first hurdle your position is untenable.

          It really is time for Harman to consider her position and also Dromey. Hewitt is no longer in politics and is in the private sector. Its time that these private companies considered Hewitts position.

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          • Where is my right of recall? says:

            It is time Harman and Dromey resigned frm Parliament. None of this ‘stranding down at the next election shit. They must go now and NOT take a pay-off in the process.

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          Dromey, I know nothing says:

          Dromey, as Labour Party Treasurer when challenged over Cash for peerages, in 2006, and illegal donations from David Abrahams in 2007 claimed “I know nothing”.
          Now over NCCL and its dealings with PIE and PAL ‘I did everything I could’.

          Is Dromey a reliable witness in court?
          Unreliable then resign for Parliament.

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          • Where is my right of recall? says:

            Labour should have withdrawn the whip from both of them by now.

            The failure to do that confirms they are the liars and pa-edos party.

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          • Fly on the wall says:

            .. and that Wunashun Milipede is a wet jellyfish.

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      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      Only conclusion is that the National Council for Civil Liberties has also been infilthtrated [sic], by these (sick) people.

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        SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        NO IT WAS NOT INFILTRATED BY THESE PEOPLE

        THEY SET THE ORGANISATION UP

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  21. 67
    SNAFU says:

    Its just a bit coincidental that Putin sent in his troops after a visit to the Ukraine from that waste of space Ashton like Lard Smith really another labour failure..

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      Putin anti-gay fan says:

      Decent-minded Vlad sent the troops in to prevent EU Pd-Oh propaganda being circulated inside Ukraine. After all, Harriet will soon be looking for a new job–it was just pre-emptive self protection.

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    Anonymous says:

    There will be war in the Ukraine because the EU wants lebensraum.

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    Turkeys are not just for christmas they're for life says:

    tristam on sunday politics this lunchtime shows what mince pie loving abject hypocrites ed’s labour party is full of

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      Moddy botted again says:

      And this after watching Labour trougher Jacqui Smith on Marr. So tribal is she, there is no point in getting her to review the papers…she just arrives at the studio ‘on message’.

      One disturbing thing about Smith is that she is agitating against much needed NHS reforms while at the same time recently made Chair of the University Hospitals NHS Trust.

      It’s not right to have political activists (particularly someone from a government that presided over mass killings in our hospitals) running NHS Trusts. But Smith has no shame managing to get herself a gig at the public teat once more.

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        Smith and Husband says:

        When her husband was found putting paying for porn on expenses, he, no questions asked, must be immediately sacked. In any walk in life that is what happens. Smith is unsuitable to hold a paid up responsible position.

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          There's more than one way to skin a cat says:

          When one of our managers was caught fiddling expenses they found a far worse punishment for him.

          They made his run the Beijing office.

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        Fly on the wall says:

        So just who appointed her?

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    b-b-p says:

    BROKEN BRITISH POLITICS –THE UK SPY & PAEDOPHILIA
    This being a post that was written by a Reporter I returned to the Newspaper this morning to attribute the article by posting his name but the article no longer exits since 3-30am this morning. Press Freedom ?
    “I recently interviewed Andrea Davison, a former intelligence officer now on the run in South America following her whistleblowing on the arms-to-Iraq scandal of Tony Blair’s Cabinet”.
    Ms Davison was adamant that paedophiles are a staple of parliamentary life and have been for some decades. She claimed that MPs have been filmed abusing children and this footage is used to blackmail ­parliamentarians into acquiescing on ­issues of global importance. If this is true, we must ask just how ­ingrained in political life is a paedophile agenda?
    Despite reporting to the relevant child abuse investigations all the MPs who have been named to me, I’ve heard nothing more and neither have there been any arrests.
    While I appreciate that it would be equally wrong to name names without the due process of the law, I believe we must show a willingness to tackle this most ­heinous of subjects, and a decent starting point would be for those accused to be questioned.
    For now, abuse survivors are left asking why we are concentrating on the mis­demeanours of Harman, Dromey and Hewitt without properly tackling those in the corridors of power who have been ­implicated in the abuse of children.
    For those who support the rights of ­children, this appears to be nothing more than a smokescreen to protect the guilty.
    The question is: who is protecting our children .
    All previous Paedophilia material on website below :
    http://brokenbritishpolitics.simplesite.com

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      What ARE you talking about? says:

      Most people that commit serious crimes agree that the thing to do is to have it filmed so that people can use it against you later.

      If you are abusing kids whilst in the public eye, the best thing to do is make sure a plethora of strangers witnesses this, even though it is not necessary to what you are doing, just to make sure it can be turned into a conspiracy theory later.

      When you are then blackmailed continuously whilst in Parliament the best thing is not to simply step down and let someone else take over while you step into a lucrative directorship somewhere, but to go on being blackmailed forever thus making a mockery of your entire existence.

      Meanwhile, back in the real world…..

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        b-b-p says:

        You seem to have removed your head from your posterior to make your post – have tried to make sense of it but ended up reading the New World Translation instead – keep taking the drugs they are working

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    UN Observer says:

    Ukraine is running out of cash

    Needs between 15 and 30 billion dollars

    Why not seize the accounts of the 100 known Ukrainian Oligarchs who have pillaged the place for twenty years?

    Or would Blair and Clinton, who have taken huge bribes from said Oligarchs, not like that?!

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    • 91
      David 'Dave' Ca-moron says:

      I have the cheque book at the ready. Just tell me how much. A billion? No problem.

      What? Floods in Somerset? Where’s that? Alright, here’s a couple of grand. Now shut up, oiks.

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      C O (Ξ2) says:

      US is perhaps looking at dis-intermediating such accounts held off shore.

      Problem is: i) Finding the accounts, ii) Doing this.

      High probability that the real accounts are not in friendly jurisdiction, or the cash has been converted into assets. Eg. Legal basis for seizing house in London, or gold bars in Cayman vault ?

      Any cash likely either in R-Fed, or locations used by West which are off limits.

      Y’anukovych has denied already having any accounts in S’witzerland etc. – so which accounts were seized the other day ?

      The economic picture is painting U with a G’reece look and feel.

      They will default within 2-3 weeks if they do not increase their productivity, and this is ignoring the ongoing Ch!nese case in L’ondon re: breach of contract on w’heat delivery. That case indicates they are a very untrustworthy counter-party.

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        UN Observer says:

        Agreed it would be complicated

        But cash leaves traces – even when invested in London houses or the Caymans

        There are electronic transfers – and NSA GCHQ will know exeactly what has happened

        Put them to work doing something beneficial for a change

        PS A raid on a few City solicitors would discover where these billions have gone..and perhaps on HoShBC the master launderers…

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      • 224
        UN Observer says:

        It seems only Yanuk’s accounts were frozen

        The other oligarchs seem to have a free pass

        They have bunged the Western authorities methinks…

        And Pinchuk and co have their cash in London NOT Moscow….

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      Deep Pockets says:

      Try RBS or the Co-Op first. The Labour Party know how to get cheap loans. Avoid a pay-day loan.

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      The Labour and Conservatives says:

      Print more money. You know it makes sense.

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    Don't be vague says:

    Here’s my impression of an embryo.

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    Razz Putin says:

    I love humiliate Western politicians. They all mummysboys who choose politics for cushy life and steal from taxpayer. When have to make big decisions just cry behind autocue and shit run down their legs.

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      Beware of alpha males in pissing contests says:

      More likely the faux alpha male narcissists at the top of Western Society blow a fuse having been forcibly confronted by someone more genuinely alpha male than they are.

      Just as well there aren’t any real alpha males at the top of the US administration or we would be in “the Cuban missile crisis” all over again. But I guess Putin had already workd out he didn’t have any real competition.

      Just a shame that human society has still not progressed beyond international politics being one huge pissing contest backed up by nukes.

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      • 265
        Fly on the wall says:

        It seems a Russkie naval vessel docked in Havana a few days ago. Tourism, no doubt…

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          Vlad the tourist says:

          Spy ship that listens to local information and takes lots of photos so yes pretty much the same.

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    • 227
      Hopeless Dave, way out of his depth says:

      I have never been able to remove the golden spoon I was born with …up my arse…

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    John says:

    Be aware that every time you read news online you hurt British jobs and just funnel more money to Murdoch.

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    Self Interest says:

    Blimey a Yank actually corrected a Sky interviewer. Pointing out that the majority of Ukraine had elected a leader and it was the EU and the US that wanted him gone.

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      Fuck the EU says:

      Makes me wonder what would happen here if the majority of people in the UK voted to leave the EU.
      Massed rallies and an armed occupation of Trafalgar square by pro EU elements perhaps.
      24hr regime change coverage courtesy of the BBC certainly.

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        Screw the LibLabCon says:

        It’ll never be allowed to happen… To have a free open unbiased referendum on our EU membership that is.

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      Moddy botted again says:

      True they elected him…but once elected he took powers (and riches) for himself that he was not entitled to. These were sweeping, oppressive powers against his opponents and the interests of ordinary people.

      Yanukovych effectively undertook a elective coup, in contravention of Ukraine’s constitution and was becoming a Black Sea Mugabe.

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    Beeboid says:

    Lots more of us now getting 100k per year. Vote Dave 2015.

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  33. 107
    Screw the LibLabCon says:

    Funding clandestine destabilisation can sometimes get your fingers burnt.

    All you need to do id ask your self: Who started this?

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      Usual story... says:

      More importantly who actually organised it?

      Who paid for so many people to be away from their place of work while it was ongoing week after week?

      Why were we fed images of pretty young women throwing the bricks in the MSM when most of the pictures on the net show E*D*L style thugs?

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    Vlad The Putin says:

    I have just heard that the Ukraine put all its troops on combat alert and called up the reserves hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah..

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    Gas Gas Gas says:

    And still no mention on the news about the gas. Why?

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    Guido Fawkes says:

    Owen Jones. Nuff said! Time to fast forward.

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    C O (Ξ2) says:

    L’ithuania is demonstrating a dangerous immaturity:

    This move puts them in de-facto state of war with Russ!a. Not good considering that they have asked for NATO Article-4 consultations.

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      Does anyone control the EU? says:

      It’s madness for a mature, stable country like Britain to politically link up with these dog states.

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        C O (Ξ2) says:

        UK are linked through NATO / EU.

        Madness for either EU or NATO to be put in a position of war by certain factions of the membership.

        After !raq, such an assertion is deeply hypocritical.

        Suspect L’ithuania / P’oland just looking for defence upgrade.

        Perhaps a way to get the cancelled NMD bases put in at a time when US defence cuts are going through.

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          SNAFU says:

          I suspect that after the comments made by the Polish PM that he has no time for the Ukraine.

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          • C O (Ξ2) says:

            They are scared of R-Fed: And justifiably so.

            However, their actions also demonstrate that they do not trust the judgement of their allies. eg. UK / US / EU.

            They are only interested in keeping R-Fed away, and getting freebies from the West. Slightly less deceitful than the U though.

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          • Usual story... says:

            The Poles and Ukraine have been at war no end of times. Recent relations have been better but there is no way the Poles would put their ass on the line for Ukraine.

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          Vote UKIP, save Britain says:

          Who would trust UK US and EU after their illegal wars of the last 15 years?

          Not to speak of criminal banks which brought the financial system to its knees

          Plus torture, rendition and generalised corruption

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      Carlton-Browne says:

      Surely not! The withdrawal of an Ambassador is entirely at the discretion of the sending State and merely indicates a certain downgrading of relations. They will have no doubt left a Charge d’Affairs in place. If the Rusks don’t wish to talk to him /her – tough!

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      Just Saying says:

      Many of the Lithuanian men I have had dealings with have been alcoholics.

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    SNAFU says:

    Ukraine is asking for help from the EU,NATO,The West, just a thought has he tried Len at Unite?

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      General Von Rompouy says:

      I can offer them some directives and a few human rights laws to quote.

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      • 136
        Vlad All Over says:

        I can liquidate you at any time friend. Beware your cup of tea.

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          Bob CRow-Ski says:

          We will never accept driverless tanks. It would be most unsafe for these tanks to proceed without a fully qualified driver and gun operator. By sending automated tanks into battle the crews will be exposed to danger and members of the public safety will be affected.

          Oh wait a minute?

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          Dr Strange....love says:

          You are aware of the concept of MAD, yes Vlad…?
          And that the gung ho USA have more WMD nukes than R-Fed, China and the UK put together…?

          And you view is that Dobby Putin has a death wish over the Ukraine….?

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    • 194
      Moddy botted again says:

      Why would he try Len? His puppet, Miliband has already managed to do Putin’s work by emasculating Britain with his vote on Syria.

      Miliband the Marxist / Leninist wrecker, is doing his Daddies unfinished work and is proving to be one very dangerous individual

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      • 259
        The British Public says:

        Miliband did no such thing. He is a nobody. Don’t give him any credit he does not deserve.

        The British Public was firmly opposed to any military intervention in Syria – we still are. All that happened was that, for once, Parliament reflected the will of the people. The opposition was across party lines.

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  39. 127
    Liberal Elite says:

    But we wanted our puppet in there Vlad… you’re cheating and it’s not fair!

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  40. 130
    Popular Front for LGBT Rights Worldwide says:

    Why hasn’t our Supreme Leader Dave pontificated on telly about the Ukraine today? — after all Vlad the Impaler isn’t exactly flavour of the month with us gayers — we need to be told what to think.

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    • 138
      Vlad the Impaler says:

      I got the measure of you wankers in the west by the way you only seem to view the world through the arse of a homosexual.
      All I hear at Sochi is bumsex,bumsex,bumsex
      Now go moisturise your face and let the men get on with their work.

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      • 162
        Popular Front for LGBT Rights Worldwide says:

        Wow! We just love you when you’re all hard and rampant Vlad

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      • 449
        Abdul Krim's bumboi says:

        glad Vad ,you using the correct word… arse, and not the poncy/yankee .. ass

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    • 140
      One Term Butch Dave says:

      This morning the British Ambassador in Moscow handed the Russian Government a final note stating that unless we heard from them by 11.00 a.m. that they were prepared at once to legalise bumsex marriage throughout the Russian Federation, a state of war would exist between us.

      I have to tell you that no such undertaking has been received, and that consequently this country is at war with Russia.

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  41. 132
    bbc fruit machine says:

    Our agenda is always clear and transparent. Bending is the right thing to do.

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  42. 139
    SNAFU says:

    Was talking to a friend and he reckons that the guys who took over the government in Kiev only had 7% of the vote in their last election. That would be like the LibDems rioting in London and taking over Parliament. Scary.

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  43. 143
    cornwall storms says:

    Hmmm. Crimea, Sebastopol…..All the old historic flash points. So what was it that angelamerkel was saying to the UK Parliament the other day about the EU having prevented anymore wars??!!!

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    • 150
      Fuck the EU says:

      What she meant was that if it wasn’t for the EU Germany would be back on the march.

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      • 160
        cornwall storms says:

        Alliances are funny things, very mobile. During WW2 of course R u s s i a and G e r m a n y were allies for a time.

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        • 200
          Moddy botted again says:

          Why wouldn’t they be? Hitler and Stalin were both Socialists.

          Like

          • Vlad the Pedant says:

            Not really true to say they were allies. Ribbentrop and Molotov signed a ” non aggression pact” which is slightly different. This enabled Hitler to concentrate on dealing with the west and defeating them first without fear of Russian attack. Then Hitler put into place operation Barbarossa and moved east for Lebenstraum as he always planned and outlined previously.

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          • The ghost of the 1st victim of Marxism says:

            That’s right. It was during that period that the 2 Milibands came over to spy on us.

            The left was cheering for Hitler then. Remember that the Holocaust wasn’t started and they never thought the Germans would be that Barbaric.

            Strange history hey

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          • The ghost of the 1st victim of Marxism says:

            Vlad the NKVD and Gestapo shared intelligence right up to the German attack on USSR.

            The Soviet spys in the West were indirectly but definitely working for the Germans at this time.

            Soviet agents in Belgium sending information to the East were aiding the invading forces. If those agents were then told to go to France or may be Britain, they were still effectively serving the Germans.

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        • 204
          Sir Winston Smokepuff says:

          Quite.

          The UK fought with and against France. With and against Italy. With and against Iraq. Defended Egypt even though it was a neutral country. A pro Nazi neutral country in fact. Attacked former ally Syria. And invaded neutral morocco. And Madagascar.
          We attacked the Norwegians just late enough to be an ally rather a aggressor.
          We bombed Switzerland. Killed more French civilians in normandy than there were us and commonwealth military casualties.
          Invaded Iceland. Fought with and against Romania and Bulgaria. Caused the coup in Yugoslavia that directly led to the German invasion.

          Pretty much anything goes in war. Winning is the important bit.

          That’s why we don’t want to fight Putin. He won’t give a fuck how many depleted uranium shells he fires into an orphanage .
          No shami chakribati types on his team to get in the way.

          We should stay well out of it.
          Anyway, the Germans and the Ukrainians are the commie fighting experts. Let them deal with it.

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      • 164
        C O (Ξ2) says:

        She mis-soke. She meant US for that latter point.

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        • 189
          Fly on the wall says:

          …or NATO (with or without Les Frogs).

          Like

          • cornwall storms says:

            If there’s going to be anything that looks like war you can bet your bottom dollar that f r a n c e will not be anywhere near it.

            Like

      • 174
        Germany says:

        Ve do not need var. Ve already run Europe. Zere are more zan one vays to skin ze cat.

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      • 186
        SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        WHAT WOULD THEY BE ON THE MARCH WITH ?
        THE BUNDES WEHR IS A PATHETIC SHADOW OF THE WEHRMACHT FULL OF EQAL OPPORTUNITIES AND GAY RIGHTS NUT JOBS THEY WOULDN’T LAST 5 MINUTES IN A REAL WAR.

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        • 245
          Vote UKIP, save Britain says:

          Just like the British and French armies

          We should send in the Gay Brigade supported by Labour Wimmin’ Brigade

          That will frighten Vladdy

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    • 175
      Lord Cardigan says:

      Black bottle!
      You sir! Are a black bottle !

      Like

      • 293
        Owen Jones says:

        Can I be a bluebottle? I will single-handedly stop that nasty Mr Putin with my deadly karate chop hah!

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  44. 148
    ¯\_('ﮊ)_/¯ says:

    ʡʢ ʡʢ ʡʢ ʡʢ ʡʢ ʡʢ ʡʢ ʡʢ ʡʢ ʡʢ ʡʢ ʡʢ ʡʢ ʡʢ
    ʘ ʘ ʘ ʘ ʘ ʘ ʘ ʘ ʘ ʘ ʘ ʘ ʘ ʘ ʘ ʘ ʘ ʘ

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  45. 149
    Vlad All Over says:

    Dear Fools of the Eu. Your US is looking to my friends in Ch’ina now. You have been f@cked by their lady comments.

    Of course, winning the most medals at Sochi was only the start. My anti gay R Fed expansion has begun and you homos had better watch out.

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  46. 155
    cornwall storms says:

    I don’t mean to be alarmist but what is putin thinking as he eyes up the opposition of baronessashton, rumpoy, omaha and our very own dave, militwit and cleggy?

    I know they say ‘Cometh the hour , cometh the man’ but I don’t see anyone on the horizon to take on that mantle at the mo!!

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    • 166
      Pleb says:

      You forgot Hague, Nell.

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      • 192
        cornwall storms says:

        Well I think Hague is a good Foreign Secretary – far superior to the dire margaret beckett and david miliband of the labour government – but he’s not going to fit the ‘cometh the hour-cometh the man’ mantle is he?

        I was just sitting here thinking about that – Boris might though!

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    • 220
      Sir Hacks Mastings says:

      We’ll get Abbott to block up the Chunnel.

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      • 314
        non taxable pikey says:

        There are 3 tunnels (counting the inspection one) so perhaps you also need Pickles and Soames to assist her.

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  47. 159
    Guy News Room says:

    BREAKING NEWS:UK pulls out of talks ahead of G8 summit in Sochi over Russia’s actions in Ukraine, Owen Jones,our man in Ukraine says .

    Like

    • 163
      cornwall storms says:

      I doubt owenjones or any of the left are going to be anywhere near Ukraine – their sympathies , as with the leftwing venezuala are going to be much more with R u s s i a I suspect than with the west.

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      • 248
        Anonymous says:

        I am a right winger but even I back Russia over the incompetent idiots of the EU. The EU just bit off more than its unelected representatives can chew. I hope Putin utterly fucks them sideways.

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      • 338
        Jimmy says:

        I suspect Russia, like Serbia in the past, will have the support of loonies at both ends of the spectrum.

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    • 275
      Angela M says:

      Thank God for that

      I has to out up with the pipsqueak for 2 days last week

      Please keep him occupied in Scotland now…

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  48. 168
    Pleb says:

    It was very considerate of Putin to wait until the Winter Olympics were over…

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    • 179
      Works both ways says:

      It wasn’t very considerate of the EU sponsored fascists to over throw their government while Putin was forced to put on a grin for the world and bear it until the games were over.

      Like

  49. 170
    SNAFU says:

    Just wondering about Call Me Dave asking Boris to stand at the next election, if Boris says no would he consider asking Putin Now that would really put the cat amongst the HoC pervs.

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  50. 172
    When's B1lly coming back? says:

    But won’t the Russians arrest Hague for practising homosexualist sex?

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    • 181
      Vlad says:

      We’ll chop his bollux off if he doesn’t piss off back to the U.K. pdq. That’ll quieten the little prick down a bit.

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    • 185
      The KGB says:

      We know all about your Mr Hague, but we find it useful to keep him just where he is.

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  51. 177
    Prime Minister David "Moneys No Object" Cameron,the ignorant prick. says:

    Wonder what odds you’d get for a Tory/Labour coalition?

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    • 190
      Screw the LibLabCon says:

      Tory/Labour coalition
      Tory/Liberal coalition
      Liberal/Labour coalition

      Spot the difference.

      Like

      • 209
        Moddy botted again says:

        So what would the idiot Farage do? Pop out for a pint and a fag?

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        • 221
          Screw the LibLabCon says:

          Touched a nerve?

          Think you need to get back to Dave’s cock asap it’s starting to chillax.

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        • 358
          Where shall we stir up trouble next? says:

          Staying the fcuk out of the concocted neo-con wars would be a good start.

          But there’s nothing stopping you personally from playing soldier boy and getting your head blown off.

          Just don’t expect us native Britons to march off cheering like it’s 1914. The British establishment’s on its own.

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      • 212
        The green shoots of common sense says:

        Seems to me they’re all dependent on coal for their survival.

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        • 281
          New fuel "Green Coal" says:

          Rename coal as green coal. Eco-loons will accept this piece of wisdom naming.

          Like

          • Bobby socks says:

            Excellent

            Now that we are in an Orwellian world of double speak and universal surveillance

            Green Coal is a perfect brand and perfect lie

            All the PR and ad conmen of the world could not have done better, eh Lord Bellend?

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  52. 179
    Call Me Dave says:

    Chillaxing

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  53. 188
    BarrenWaste Ashton says:

    Don’t worry, I’m on the case. Ukraine should be sorted in a couple of days.

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    • 201
      La Belle Madame Guillotine says:

      So is that a brief case?

      ..or a nut case?

      I am ready. Send all these traitors to my waiting room now!

      By the way, anybody seen Monsieur Hollande recently?

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    • 296
      Neocon strategist in Washington says:

      Yes

      A bit of carpet bombing especially in the East of Ukraine

      The British stopped us from doing it in Syria

      But Ukraine would be perfect, especially bombing the women and children

      Like in Lebanon and the Occupied Territories…

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  54. 196
    Terrified Vladimir says:

    Shit! The U.K.s pulled out of the G8 talks — I must reconsider my entire Ukraine strategy immediately.

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  55. 197
    Jimmy says:

    Lovely to see the jackals jockeying for position – it’s about the politics, boys, and to hell with the reality.

    Is Osborne really setting Bojo up to take the blame when the Tories lose next year? Surely we all know it will be Osborne and Cameron who are to blame for the fucked up state of this country…?

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    • 203
      ukip.i.am.not says:

      Gove and Hunt installing telephone lines.

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      • 213
        Owen Jones,Guest Moderator says:

        hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

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    • 211
      Screw the LibLabCon says:

      After watching the BBC I thought the fucked up state of this country was all down to global warming?

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    • 215
      cornwall storms says:

      who is militwit setting up to take the blame if labour lose in 2015? That’s what I’d like to know!

      Like

      • 222
        Fly on the wall says:

        ..when, not if…. Looks like Harpic may well be in the frame for that one! Just got to get the Mail to keep the pot boiling…

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      • 223
        Screw the LibLabCon says:

        Balls if he’s any sense.

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    • 216
      Psychic Londoner says:

      The alternative to Boris for Londoners appears to be that twisted cvnt packy Sadiq Khan MP, the bestest friends with terrorists in the UK. Do we really need somebody like that at the head of one of greatest cities in the world?

      You have been warned!

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      • 276
        Everyone in Chingford says:

        Boris is a liar. He has betrayed key sections of his electorate.

        He has also carried on with loads too much of Ken’s old PC tosh.

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      • 278
        Jess Yates says:

        That parky Bashir is never around when you need him.

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      • 290
        Wouldn't St Paul's look better with some minarets? says:

        London becoming 50% P a k i was the best thing that could have happened to UKIP. Putting Sadiq Khan at its head would be the icing on the cake.

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      • 297
        Sadd All Over says:

        Dangerous men can be bought. Why do you think UK is always kissing moos backsides.

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        • 533
          Conrad says:

          Arab Proverb ‘ It is better to be England’s enemy than England’s friend, as England’s enemy you can be bought, as England’s friend you can be sold.’

          Like

    • 243
      Vlad the Impaler says:

      Your Miliband is how we say in Russia.
      The retarded son of a useless idiot.

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    • 306
      Grant Taps, the last spout says:

      We should have a Worker as Leader of the Con Partie

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  56. 225
    Risk says:

    Let the games begin!

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  57. 238
    cornwall storms says:

    obama is going to look very weak now to his own electorate is the face of r u s s i a ‘ s aggression. The UK and the EU aren’t going to look much better.

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    • 271
      Historian says:

      When you overthrow a democratically elected President and Government and tear up compromise agreements …shit will hit fan

      But the mad West thinks it can poke anyone if the eye with impunity

      In fact the West is marching into WW II withiout even realising it…

      The Syria fiasco was bad enough

      Now the West seems to have gone MAD

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  58. 244
    AWOL Baroness says:

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    • 251
      BBC Regime change dept says:

      We need more over promoted women and ethnic minorities in top Jobs

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    • 254
      Anonymous says:

      Last time I looked Ukraine was not a member state of NATO.

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      • 256
        LOP says:

        Who said they were?

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      • 258
        Clever Cloggs says:

        They are not in the EU either. What is your point?

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        • 282
          Anonymous says:

          The guy said has anyone heard from NATO . Why would they its not a NATO problem hence why mention it.

          Fuckwits

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          • Durrrr says:

            Because Fuckwit the unelected self imposed government that claim to run the Ukraine have said they have asked NATO for help.

            Meanwhile the Baroness who works part time and at great expense for the EU has fucked off on weekend leave.

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          • Anonymous says:

            So what they can ask as much as they fucking like NATO is not required to lift a finger as they are not signatories to the North ATlantic treaty. You really don’t get this international agreement thing do you??

            Let the fucking EU twats stew in the disaster of their own making and then may be we will be rid of these idiots as well.

            Fuckwit

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          • Well you have a point but.... says:

            Not required to lift a finger but in principle could if it wanted to.

            Afghanistan is none of NATO’s business – but the war there is a NATO war.

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    • 288
      A British Citizen says:

      I didn’t vote for her. I din’t have any say whatsoever in her appointment.

      The people who should consider themselves humiliated are the twats who appointed her.

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      • 327
        Vote anyone but Labour says:

        Tony Blair dragged her from a local health authority and made here a baroness coz hubby ran a polling company favourable to the left and Brown sent her to Europe.

        Again did labour do anything right? Anything at all where their actions did not turn things to complete shit.

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        • 357
          Village Idiot says:

          ……”No”, labour did nothing at all right! 1997-2010,the years of terror that we reap forever!

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    • 342
      Moddy botted again says:

      ‘As one leading MEP puts it: ‘Last year, she was unknown in Britain. Today, she is unknown all over Europe.’ ‘

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  59. 260
    General Stores says:

    What has this Ukraine malarkey to do with the EU anyway?

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  60. 266
    A biographer says:

    Guido – to be serious for a moment

    Your reference to Speccie article on who is Dave” and some hacks writing ridiculous tomes on this…I will save them all their triuble

    Dave is: Golden sppon, Dad Chairman Whit’s Club stockbroker off shore trust eton Pop oxford surprise surprise… Royal equerry…CCHQ PR con artist..SPAD.. lies more lies…Heir to war criminal Ponzi artist Blair..constantly caught with trousers down..wannabe neocon..misses the bus..debt and more debt and deficit…family windmills… chillaxing..gay marriage, chicklites gone offshore… kisses any international arse on multple dodgy foreign visits to ensure comfy
    retirement to gangster banks alongside Cabinet Secretary, Blair and Mandelson..Chipping Norton Set, Rebekah and Andy when set free…..End of “Who is Dave”

    OK. No need to tomes of spin and shit…

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  61. 291
    Sid Viscous says:

    I thought this was going to be the one about the fella leaving the site every day with a wheelbarrow full of straw, probed each time by the security guard, nothing there.

    Years later, guard meets fella, “What were you nicking, mate?”

    “Wheelbarrows.”

    Vote UKIP

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  62. 294
    Jack Dromey says:

    I meant to do a search on popcorn but I accidentally typed in cockporn. Easy mistake.

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  63. 298
    VOTE UKIP says:

    Vote UKIP, get Putin.

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  64. 301
    Lard Everard says:

    My advice to Harridan Harmanhater is to stay low and keep quiet.

    The electorate have a short memory and with the problems in Ukraine it’s a great day to bury bad news.

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    • 354
      Ever Ready the battery that lasts says:

      All those computers and all those hard drives, with all the muck about her on them, she can bury the bad news and it will still come back and carry on destroying her reputation if she has one,

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  65. 304
    Reality Cheque says:

    Baron Guess Ashpit is a tuppence nobody from oop North, Wigan or somewhere. What a total embarrassment…doesn’t like working weekends. Have had two replies this weekend from Hargreaves Lansdwon who probably don’t either but hey it’s only the fackin EU at stake.

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    • 349
      The Most Jeune Person in All the Russias says:

      I was listening to someone talking a few weeks ago about the old chestnut about what if the German generals had managed to remove Hitler earlier in the war. It’s an age old question: how do you remove tyrants? Tolstoy also wrestled with it in War and Peace. And others.

      For some reason, I recalled that conversation when recently reminded of the unelected madwoman Baroness Ashton and her utterly farsical influence on recent events.

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  66. 305
    Would You? says:

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  67. 308
    Hiding from the Press and take your hubby with you. says:

    Isolated Harman pulls out of key speech as paedophile row rages… but Miliband boosted after SDP founder Owen hails his union reforms
    Labour deputy was due to make closing speech at special party conference
    Harman, whose links to NCCL have hit headlines, remained silent

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2571182/Isolated-Harman-pulls-key-speech-paedophile-row-rages-Miliband-boosted-SDP-founder-Owen-hails-union-reforms.html#ixzz2uoqCiDvo
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  68. 310
    Hiding from the Press and take your hubby with you. says:

    Isolated Harman pulls out of key speech as peedoughfile row rages… but Miliband boosted after SDP founder Owen hails his union reforms
    Labour deputy was due to make closing speech at special party conference
    Harman, whose links to NCCL have hit headlines, remained silent

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2571182/Isolated-Harman-pulls-key-speech-paedophile-row-rages-Miliband-boosted-SDP-founder-Owen-hails-union-reforms.html#ixzz2uoqCiDvo
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  69. 313
    You can run but you can't hide. says:

    Isolated Hettie pulls out of key speech as peadofyle row rages… but Miliband boosted after SDP founder Owen hails his union reforms

    Labour deputy was due to make closing speech whose links to NCCL have hit headlines, remained silent

    http://tinyurl.com/osaw7bc

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  70. 322
    Persona non grata says:

    2nd fool in command Kerry, bombastic, threatening as per, but you can see the fear in his eyes.

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  71. 323
    Vote anyone but Labour says:

    Len McCluskey Said “My union has done nothing wrong,’ to loud cheers. Before pointedly adding: ‘This is our party and we are going nowhere.’

    Meanwhile Ed hands 60% of the vote to the unions after the Falkirk scandal that this was meant to address.

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    • 332
      Biased bBC says:

      Don’t worry Len (and little Ed), well muddy the waters if anything comes up, you know how we do it: by inference and lies.

      Like

    • 347
      Ed moribund says:

      No Len! I’m going nowhere and I have had 3 years to prove it.

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  72. 326
    Ave Maria says:

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  73. 333
    Reality Cheque says:

    Would it be useful to have a bit of Put’in injected into the EU. IE, a bit of national not false regional pride, Christianity, gay lite, hard working including weekends, success at sport in his country, real bloke politics?

    Look at our diet. Van hardly bear to spell it out but this blog illustrates the utter tosspots and lady fool who take our taxes.

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  74. 343
    '94 says:

    the caretaker Zsar doesn’t want his gateway to the med compromised

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  75. 346
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    The cowardly Putin sends in troops into the Crimea in unmarked uniforms, poisons those that do not agree with him, sends people to prison, on trumped up charges, that do not agree with him.
    Mind you Tony Blair comes a close second, illegal wars and deals with the IRA.
    Putin and Blair are scum.

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    • 352
      On balance, I disagree. says:

      Putin is protecting his national interests. Blair just lined his pockets.

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      • 356
        altruism in industry says:

        my guess is Putin is a ruthless, killer gangster but at least you know what to do, talk calmly and carry a big stick and do not piss him off unless there is some gain for us.

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        • 577
          non taxable pikey says:

          He is shit scared of the Vladivostok crowd. Now that is one lawless area you don’t hear much about. If RatsPukin showed his face out there without a division of interior troops to back him up he would be dead meat in a moment.

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    • 374
      Deliberate provocation says:

      Well you shouldn’t go starting trouble then should you.

      Perhaps Russia should announce a Monroe doctrine. The yanks wouldn’t tolerant any country interfering in Mexico, so why should Russia expect to put up with the globalist scum agitating on their door step?

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    • 396
      An awkward bastard says:

      I reckon he was right all along about those Greenpeace fuckers.

      The only thing is he went a bit soft letting them out.

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  76. 350
    cheche says:

    UKRAINE CRISIS

    EU elections cancelled. That’s one way to keep troughing and keep those nasty parties out

    Thanks
    Herman, Manuel and Kathy

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    • 363
      Lance Corporal Bill Bloggs (retired) says:

      The Ukraine crisis is of their own making.

      They have overspent and cannot now pay their bills.

      The EU has 550 million customers and their interests should come first.

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      • 367
        Jimmy Hill says:

        When President Omama talks about “grave consequences” what he really means is that the World Cup will be off.

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        • 371
          Long John Silver's parrot says:

          But if you call the World Cup off the Brazilians will be rioting in the streets.

          The Venezeulans will join in with the Cubans and Obama will again be making threats.

          Best to do nothing I say.

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          • Blatter says:

            Our contingency plan is to move the world cup to the UK, well England with a stadium one from scotland and wales.

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      • 400
        I don't know what's going on anymore, I really don't says:

        I notice that one of the things that seemed to be driving the protesters to push Ukraine towards the EU was that the middle classes recently out of University feel they have no future in Ukraine.

        Of course, they would have a future in the EU. Not in the Ukraine in the EU, but elsewhere in the EU.

        So, it seems that the main driver is likely to be midle-class graduates in Ukraine pushing Ukraine to join the EU fully so that they can get out of the Ukraine and no doubt find better jobs elsewhere, thus leaving Ukraine itself deprived of Doctors, engineers and what-not.

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  77. 351
    '94 says:

    not unlike syria georgia before it and various others including iran .. Zsar Vladimir doesn’t do consensus

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    • 366
      Lance Corporal Bill Bloggs (retired) says:

      All we have to do is tell them to stick their natural gas where the sun does not shine.

      That will solve the problem in a flash.

      Some people may have to change to all electric heating but it will be a small price to pay for being able to watch the paralympic games in peace from the comfort of our armchairs.

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  78. 359
    ¯\_('ﮊ)_/¯ says:

    Ruskies need a place by the sea.

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    • 372
      Tom from Burnham on Sea says:

      I know somewhere nice for them.

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      • 373
        A Welsh Nationalist says:

        On the Spanish Costas if it was not for the Russians buying the economy would have collapsed by now.

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        • 412
          ¯\_('ﮊ)_/¯ says:

          The Spanish will now rip the Ruskies off. When they realise they have been stitched up like a kipper, as many English were, they might find that the Ruskies don’t take it as calmly. :evil:

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  79. 361
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    THE FIASCO THAT IS LABOUR’S BARONESS CATHY TRASHTON

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  80. 365
    altruism in industry says:

    Kerry ” we will go to the hilt to isolate Russia”
    Is this some sort of homosexual bum sex reference ?

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    • 376
      A British Citizen says:

      Less of the ‘we’ Kerry. This fiasco was not created by anyone I trust or support to take any action over this and I am not willing to give them the benfit of the doubt and follow regardless. There is no demos enshrined in the EU. It has no mandate for its recent behaviour. It has no right to ask anyone in Europe to shed a single drop of blood for anything. Cetrtainly,here in Britain there is no vital british interest involved, and no coherent policy position which even begins to make out a case for one.

      If you want to stick your nose in there, alone, that is your business. Personally, I’d advise you not to. Apart from flubbering support among weak, corrupt, twats who have no respect from the general public, you are on your own and in a hole. Stop diggging. And shut the fuck up.

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      • 381
        Peacemaker says:

        The Americans have become the real danger to world peace

        They have lost in Afghanistan and Iraq

        And now want to attack to prove their might

        Watch out Iran, you will be next…

        It is the US that we should boycott…especially with their permanent NSA aggression…

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        • 395
          I don't know what's going on anymore, I really don't says:

          The truth is that, unlike the EUSSR, the United States president has very little power. All the real power resides with the states themselves. The one real power the President does retain is the power to call a war at a moments notice. It was supposed to be provided as a power for the president as a matter of national defence but that definition is used somewhat broadly to include “defence of anything that might be construed as in American interest”.

          Weak presidents which don’t have control over both houses often find themselves with nothing much to do except engaging in foreign wars.

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      • 546
        A Captain says:

        Black sea cruises will be denied to plenty of well deserving pensioners.

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  81. 369
    Time ordinary Britons put their own interests first says:

    Amazing how we in Britain are strongly encouraged not to give a damn about our own future, the direction the country is heading, our loss sovereignty, the rise of Islam, the ethnic displacement, the chronic mass unemployment, the housing, schools, hospital crisis, the crime, the grooming gangs, and on and on it goes…

    But far away Ukraine, and we Britons must care as if it’s the most important thing in our lives.

    It’s like Britons exist solely to serve the interests of others. Quite bizarre.

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    • 379
      Alexander Dandy says:

      I used to run a pub in London.

      I did not give a monkeys where my customers came from or their religion .

      I just gave them good beer and food and free copies of The Evening Standard and Daily Mail.

      I sold out at a nice little profit a few years back to a couple of Italians.

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      • 393
        MI5 says:

        Mafia?

        They are moving in to sell dope thu boozers I am told

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      • 399
        altruism in industry says:

        I have a couple of acquaintances with this attitude. They do what is necessary to make a profit and have an understanding of human behaviour. I have taken that thinking on board and I can see where that comes from and leads but my attitude is a little different. Probably it is to do with my sense of belonging to English nation of friendship and my obligation not to let the suffering of my parents’ generation go disregarded.

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    • 387
      I don't know what's going on anymore, I really don't says:

      Odd isn’t it? In the 1980s we fought to the death to keep a small group of islands free of invading Argentines. 20 years later we were standing by when the island we live on was invaded by almost everybody except the Argentines.

      One has to wonder “What have we got against the Argentines when every other fucker can come here?”

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      • 391
        A great time to be a Tory says:

        Corned beef ?

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      • 474
        Anonymous says:

        aye and we all know how thatcher and her government reacted to that attempt on the falklands back in 1982. quite how cameron and hague etc can’t draw parallels to the stance russia have taken just shows the uk government are either really fucking stupid or think we the people of the uk are all really fucking stupid. putin is protecting his naval base and pipelines.

        as for the notion of osborne bunging uk taxpayers money at the ukrainians he can fuck right off. hundreds (and that is a very conservative estimate) of disabled people have topped themselves on account of being fucked off by the switich to pip and/or payment reductions for having a spare fucking bedroom. how many c unting bedrooms does buckingham palace have? ditto downing st? ditto chequers? fucking scum. ramp this shit up and be assured that once you have all scuttled into pindar we’ll come along and concrete up all its doorways.

        and just in the interests of balance labour and the libdems are also a bunch of shit sniveling arse munching c unts.

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  82. 377
    Jack says:

    John Kerry has just said with a straight face

    “In the 21st century, you simply do not invade another country on a trumped-up pretext”

    Ever hear of Iraq, you jackass?

    And of the war criminals Bush and Blair?

    And the fabricated evidence the US Government presented to the UN?

    And why are you supporting an illegal government in Ukraine?

    You are the criminal, Kerry

    You represent a rogue state

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    • 380
      Long John Silver' parrot says:

      Do you think that perhaps John Kerry is America’s response to William Hague ?

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      • 383
        An awkward bastard says:

        A week last Thursday did we not pay for William Hague to visit Ukraine and he assured us that the meeting was a great success because he had brokered an accord with the President of Ukraine.

        Can we have some more details about this please.

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        • 398
          MI5 says:

          That agreement was torn up by the U Opposition the next day, when they sent in the neo nazis

          Any agreement signed by Hague is not worth the paper it is written on

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          • C O (Ξ3) says:

            Interview with U Neo-N’s on BBC N’Night:

            K’erry says this is propaganda: Maybe right – if so another aspect of failure.

            Note the ‘One Nation’ message which L’abour are pushing being used by the Neo-N’s.

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    • 382
      Many think the West is run by a conspiracy, but maybe they are just stupid? says:

      Shame the US and EU didn’t think that far ahead. Clearly nobody plays chess anymore. If they had they might have thought “If we move to destabilise Ukraine, what will our enemies next move be? And what will our response to that next move be?”

      If they had though that far ahead it would have occured to them they might end up in a situation against Russia they couldn’t win. They can neither apply military force nor economic sanctions effectively.

      Pushing Russia to react meant Russia would win – so don’t push Russia to react, right? Seems obvious.

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      • 385
        A Chinaman says:

        I had a game of chess with my computer recently.

        The computer won within three minutes!

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      • 401
        C O (Ξ3) says:

        R-Fed were not pushed. They are taking advantage of situation.

        Now they seek to humiliate US and NATO.

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        • 407
          Clueless Hague says:

          We will send a brigade of the handicapped to fight the Russians now that we have withdrawn from the para olympics

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      • 416
        FCO Deputy Director says:

        After the fiasco on Syria, nyou would have thought that the combined diplomatic might of the US and European countries could at least have got to move 2 of the chess game

        But apparently incapable

        This blundering and stupidity is destabilising for Vladdy because he is used to dealing with normal intelligent people like the Chinese President

        I have never seen Western diplomacy fall so low in 40 years

        As a professional diplomat, I am left without words

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        • 427
          was it something I said? says:

          Well, yes.

          How did they think the Russians would react?

          In every other country that has joined the EU a government gets elected and it is the government that negotiates joining the EU. Yet uniquely in the Ukraine we are expected to believe that there is a popular uprising to join the EU.

          Yeah right.

          And these pro-EU supporters were ‘spontaneous’ were they?

          ‘Out with the elected government, in with the EU’. Aux barricades.’?

          Really? Fucking really?

          And the EU/UK/US thought Vlad would just sit there and shrug his shoulders?

          Utter fucking plankton.

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          • Remember: The EU pays for its lies to be told to us Brits says:

            According to polls taken by Ukrainian media, of the people that rioted in Kiev (which themselves only represented 50% of the population), only 50% were fighting to join the EU, 70% were fighting police brutality and general corruption. So it has been cast as a pro-EU campaign by the TV media in particular, but where is the evidence?

            The only thing the new Ukraine government has done so far is ban the use of Russian and other minority languages in Ukraine. That doesn’t sound very pro EU at all. What happened to the idea of calling snap elections?

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          • Ukrainian neo nazi mobster says:

            Elections?

            We have the power now

            And you dumb bums will proviede us with billions

            We will take a little 2 or 3% commission and buy our houses in London with your cash

            Then we will have elections

            Thank you and please continue with your fuckwittery…

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        • 638
          Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

          You’re playing old chess.
          New chess involves setting all the pieces alight, smashing up the board and allowing the IMF, ECB and Blair’s banking buddies to ‘lend’ you tens of billions of dollars to buy a new chess set.
          As your infrastructure is ruined and your brightest have fled, the loan will be continually increased to pay our interest while our placements will steal anything of value and insist you buy our goods.
          Cheque mate ??

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        • 639
          HMA Noddyland says:

          Well said Mr FCO man at #413

          However, you were probably a wet behind the ears 3rd Sec when Blair and his mini-cabal told the FCO experts with hundreds of years of experience between them to efoff and mind their own business – and then went into an illegal war in Iraq.

          Then that traitorous cvnt Miliband, as Foreign Secretary, sold off the irreplaceable FCO Library – an action for which he should have been strung up by his balls in Durbar Court and left to blow in the wind.

          Nothing seems to have changed in the relationship between No10 and your lot in the intervening years. Suggest you get out now and do something useful with what remains of your life.

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  83. 386
    C O (Ξ3) says:

    How long until the army defects ? At that point U is won and Y can return.

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    • 413
      Long John Silver's parrot says:

      Traitor, traitor.

      Hang, hang.

      Quickly, quickly,

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      • 418
        C O (Ξ3) says:

        Issue now is how loyal are the U Navy to this chief, and / or the K’iev govt.

        It certainly does not enhance the credibility of the current U govt. and could give the U army chiefs pause for thought.

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        • 430
          was it something I said? says:

          Sounds like it would be fucking suicide to resist anyway.

          Plus, unlike the Ukrainian coup regime, he’s probably reluctant to be the guy who kicked off WWIII.

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          • C O (Ξ3) says:

            It would not be smart to resist but it is the guys duty to protect U.

            PM A’ksyonov of Cr!mea has just announced that guy just fired: RADM B’erezovskyy

            A’ksyonov also has directed U Navy based in Cr!mea to follow orders from S’imferopol not K’iev.

            (h/t Interfax)

            It appears that P’oland has WWIII in mind:

            ‘Poland’s PM D’onald T’usk called for “strong pressure” on Russ!a. The world shall not leave its eyes of the crisis in Ukra!ne. “This conflict all signs of the type of conflict that can escalate into a war…. a war which would effect all countries of the world.”’

            (h/t http://www.interpretermag.com )

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          • C O (Ξ3) says:

            It is the duty to protect U.

            PM A’ksyonov of Cr!mea has just announced that guy just fired: RADM B’erezovskyy is head of U Navy.

            A’ksyonov also has directed U Navy based in Cr!mea to follow orders from S’imferopol not K’iev.

            (h/t I’nterfax)

            It appears that P’oland has WWIII in mind:

            ‘Poland’s PM D’onald T’usk called for “strong pressure” on Russ!a. The world shall not leave its eyes of the crisis in Ukra!ne. “This conflict all signs of the type of conflict that can escalate into a war…. a war which would effect all countries of the world.”’

            (h/t http://www.interpretermag.com )

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          • Obama and Putin have two games of chess on the go.... says:

            “‘Poland’s PM D’onald T’usk called for “strong pressure” on Russ!a. The world shall not leave its eyes of the crisis in Ukra!ne. “This conflict all signs of the type of conflict that can escalate into a war…. a war which would effect all countries of the world.”’

            No. Not if we just resign ourselves to the truth that Ukraine is in the Russian sphere of influence and not worth fighting over from our point of view.

            If Obama wants to make a bigger thing of it, now is his chance to take control over Syria, since Putin has his hands full and in any case can no longer justify his intervention on behalf of Assad.

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          • A British Citizen says:

            The Poles should not be so silly. There is no reason whatsoever for a war to break out involving the whole of Europe because of Nikita Krushchev’s folly in 1954.

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          • left back (outside) says:

            The main problem in all this is that the Ukraine will no longer have its own international football side. FIFA are devastated and have ordered new hankies to HQ by close of play.

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  84. 388
    Salvador Dali says:

    “If Russia continues like this, we will boycott the para olympic games in Sochi”

    Dixit Wee Willy Hague

    Has he decided to become a stand up comic?

    You couldn’t invent an idiot like this…

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    • 392
      Marcel Duchamp says:

      No doubt Dave is considering a ban on purchasing Russian energy to teach the bastards a lesson.

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      • 404
        Clueless Dave says:

        Yes

        Boycott Russia I say especially their gas

        The lights and industry will go out in Ukraine

        And large parts of Austria, Germany and northern Italy

        Good idea chaps?

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        • 505
          Ukraine Peace Envoy says:

          Send out HArriet Harman and Dromey as a peace envoy with no diplomatic immunity. Both sides will end up hating them more than each other. May bring them together.

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    • 425
      Tony Blair is a war criminal says:

      Old slap head Hague reminds me of the little bald guy from Benny Hill.

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      • 442
        Bobby socks says:

        He is like Benny Hill without even being scripted

        A natural one man humour gig

        He should be booked for a Command Performance

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      • 462
        Puffed up prick says:

        Jackie wright was charming. He doesn’t deserve likened to that pompous little fruit Hague.

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  85. 389
    Baroness Nosebag of the EU says:

    Tomorrow I will be liaising with the PSC and the EUMC, and will consider the opinion of the CHOD and their MilReps.

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  86. 390
    A Ship's Lawyer says:

    Any UK Nationals going to the Ukraine from today onwards to support the War there will risk arrest in the UK under the terrorism laws.

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    • 420
      FCO Deputy Director says:

      Including William Hague I hope

      It would be amusing to see him charged with terrorism, rightly, given his neo nazi chums…

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  87. 394
    Wendi Deng says:

    Say Sun one engrish dorra for one munth but real plice eight engrish dorra 67.
    You give Lubert good sucky sucky Gleedo

    You fukki fukki with toni nice butt nice legs? When Lupert find out you take much dorra arimoni Gleedo.

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  88. 397
    C O (Ξ3) says:

    There is one fly in ointment for R-Fed in Cr!mea:

    A good write up on Tartars:

    h**p://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/monkey-cage/wp/2014/03/01/who-are-the-crimean-tatars-and-why-are-they-important/

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    • 411
      MI6 says:

      The poor Tatars have really suffered over the centuries

      But they are split in Crimea

      And about 70 000

      And if they revolt, I think they will end up as mincemeat like the Chechens…

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      • 417
        An awkward bastard says:

        A poor oppressed penniless minority with a chip on their shoulders.

        You could not make this up !

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        • 423
          C O (Ξ3) says:

          The Tartar’s suffered badly under S’talin and have only been returning to Cr!mea since 1989 after being forcibly displaced.

          They are generally peaceful, and perhaps will fair better now, but have legitimate concerns about R-Fed.

          If they become radicalised they will be minced, but suspect P’tin will want to use them as propaganda fodder to help improve R-Fed image with M’slims.

          R-Fed has issues with !slamic t’errorism which it needs to defuse.

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          • Bobby socks says:

            Yes and Vlad has 3 million Tatars in other parts of Russia…

            So he will provide them with the few virgins left in the world to keep them ‘appy…

            PS Therecshould be quite a few UK vrgin girls around now that boys prefer divers…

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      • 421
        Don't mention the slave trade says:

        I wonder if the Tatars are constantly reminded of their slave raiding and slave trading past like us hon-key folk in the UK.

        Or being Moslem and Asian (OK Turkish), they get a free pass.

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    • 419
      Fatty Wah Wah says:

      It was only a matter of timer before the Moslems saw their chance to bring prayer mats into this.

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    • 439
      ¯\_('ﮊ)_/¯ says:

      See below

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  89. 410
    altruism in industry says:

    the governments that are the representatives of the sensible countries, UK ( first in sense ) Russia. China, USA, Canada, Japan, India, Australia, Germany, France ( last ) should join together all of their armies and blitz the real enemy which is the abomination Islam. A 20 year program of eradication and enforced re-education on a global scale should do the trick and then the world can enter the promised 2000 years of peace.

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    • 472
      This is the beginning of the end for the mad mullahs says:

      It seems reasonable, but I have come to the opinion that much of this Islamic fundamentalism is a defensive knee jerk reaction to Islam finding itself suddenly in the 21st century.

      The internet, satellite TV and mass tourism has brought it home to most Muzzies that they are still living in the middle ages while the rest of the world has leapt forward leaving them behind. Consequently they are leaving Islam in droves and eroding the power of the House of Saud, the Mad Mullahs etc etc.

      We are witnessing the end of Islam.

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      • 496
        All religions are total bollux and a destructive curse on Mankind says:

        Also the C of E Sky Fairy club is in terminal decline. Fucking good riddance.

        Hopefully the Kafflick god botherers and kiddy fiddlers will go them same way soon.

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        • 603
          Atheism - a demographic road to nowhere says:

          Nah, just had a demographic off generation.

          Fact is that god-botherers breed like rabbits while atheists can’t be bothered to breed at all. So suck it up.

          Even Dawkins had to admit that religion was evolutionarily beneficial – and he’s only had one kid and that was a mistake.

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      • 501
        Muzzie seeking work says:

        Had enough of all that sand and sun and local water. Want to work, have sandals, will travel. Please help Corporal Duncan-Smith.

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  90. 415
    Why Do lefties always protest about honours until they are offered one which they immediately accept says:

    So we are sending the Baroness Marxist, lefty, ex CND leader to Kiev. Would it be too much to ask that they either keep her or shoot her dead?

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  91. 424
    Tony Blair is a war criminal says:

    The vile BBC just can’t bring itself to use the M word in identifying the terrorist attack in China.

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  92. 426
    ████ 'changed my tune ' Hoon says:

    ANOTHER LOAD OF LIBDEM LIES…..

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    • 429
      cornwall storms says:

      Why is this discredited person spouting political views and who cares what he thinks?

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      • 475
        It's obvious... says:

        Because he’s a chronic narcissist. I keep telling you, politics is full of them.

        Huhne doesn’t believe anything is wrong. He probably honestly believes he’s too important to get disqualified from driving and should have had special dispensation rather like a diplomat having immunity from prosecution.

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        • 569
          One Disgraced Driver says:

          How long was Huhne disqualified from driving for? Heard or seen nothing reported. Should be three years.

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    • 433
      Moddy botted again says:

      Coalitions are here to stay? A bit like Huhne’s criminal record.

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    • 441
      A British Citizen says:

      Three quarters of voters want to see you back in prison, along with most of the troughing members of the current Houses of Parliament.

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  93. 432
    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    Appointed on Saturday, defects on Sunday.

    I see.

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  94. 434
    ¯\_('ﮊ)_/¯ says:

    rubbish

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  95. 457
    C O (Ξ3) says:

    A good piece on nuke disarmament of U from 1993 in F’oreign A’ffairs:

    http://mearsheimer.uchicago.edu/pdfs/A0020.pdf

    This was pre B’udapest Memorandum.

    Highlights:

    i) U as independent buffer between R’ussia and G’ermany good idea to prevent conflict.

    ii) Keep nukes in U to prevent security competition between U and R’ussia (which would lead to conflict)

    iii) Conventional deterrent not feasible for U as it could not build army strong enough to counter R’ussian attack – either in numbers or in terms of resources that would need to be extracted from it’s population to support such a force.

    iv) Main argument against allowing U to remain nuclear was invalidation of NPT and undermining of START.

    In hindsight two takeaways:

    a) Attempted EU accession of U is unavoidably the cause of R-Fed actions now: And for very well understood reasons.

    b) Disarming U in 1994 was a major medium term strategic error for ensuring security of W-Europe.

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    • 463
      was it something I said? says:

      b) Disarming U in 1994 was a major medium term strategic error for ensuring security of W-Europe.

      Eh?

      So the situation would be less dangerous if Ukraine had nukes?

      How’s that then?

      Because the Russians wouldn’t dare invade/attack if they had nukes?

      You might be right but in that case you can see why I’ran would want nukes.

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      • 469
        C O (Ξ3) says:

        Essentially: Yes.

        Read the piece to understand how the argument works, and ignore the anti-nuke propaganda.

        On broader picture, impossible for G’ermany to have nukes given history, for power balance important that U remains independent and capable of acting as buffer.

        Nukes would have enabled U to remain properly independent which would have been much better for European security medium to long term.

        Check what is on the train tonight in P’oland:

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        • 490
          What are you talking about? says:

          So Ukraine appears to be in the hands of a bunch of neo-Nazis and you think matters would be better if they also hand their hands on nukes???

          You’re off your head.

          NATO defends NATO nations according to the principles of MAD. We don’t need a European country waving its own indepenent nukes around every time their primitive ill-educated and ill-informed peoples decide they don’t like their own government and kick off, seemingly haven’t not learnt what “democracy” actually means.

          This incident actually proves it was right to go through any negotiations to take the nukes out of Ukraine and now you can see the Budapest Memorandum was nothing more than a piece of paper to facilitate that process and sooth Ukrainian nerves about it.

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          • C O (Ξ3) says:

            You need to wind yourself back to the start.

            U’kraine would not be in the situation it is in now if it had not been disarmed back in 1994.

            Similarly, they would have not been easy prey for R-Fed / US / EU etc.

            As a nuke power they would have joined NATO long ago, rather than shelve their membership plans in 2010 after fumbling for 15 years. That may have been perceived as threat by R-Fed though.

            Attempt to join EU upset power balance which led to the demonstrations, govt. falling and now R-Fed mobilization to protect it’s interests.

            In geopolitics the only thing that counts is power and a country like U cannot defend itself conventionally. With its borders it remains vulnerable.

            Shortening the distance between R-Fed and G’ermany via EU accession would have effect of increasing tension with R-Fed irrespective.

            Democracy is irrelevant in this sphere: All that is important is balance of power and managing competition between states.

            You should note the replacement govt. has already publicly lamented the loss of its deterrence and expressed desire to re-arm. They realize the error made back then, and they will not be friendly towards those who coerced them back then either.

            One should be more concerned that this U govt. do not trigger melt downs at existing nuke facilities in order to deny territory to R-Fed if they advance into U. That is a very legitimate concern now.

            Read the article and draw your own reasoned conclusions.

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          • Save us from Mad Max says:

            + 1000

            I think CO3 has been to the pub (to be polite)

            The unwashed Ukrainians would be blackmailing the whole of Europe if they had kept nukes

            And they would explode one from time to time over the Black Sea to show thet are serious and mad

            Its bad enough to have spoonface with his finger on the button and the rogue Americans

            (Thiugh Imthink the UK’s nukes are under joint dualmkey control…

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          • What are you talking about? says:

            It would still have been broke

            It would still have been unstable

            It would still have been prone to sudden unpredictable changes of government

            It would still have been beyond Western control

            It would have been quite simply fucking dangerous. We really don’t need to complicate matters. Take Ukraine out of the equation then leave it NATO vs. RFed.

            I don’t give a shit if Ukraine gets invaded. Not my problem. That’s what’s relevant. As for forcing the nuclear power plants into meltdown – yeah great idea – poison their own water supplies. If you think they’re that stupid they sure as hell shouldn’t have their hands on the red button.

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          • C O (Ξ3) says:

            Encourage to read the article and refer that.

            This incident proves nothing of a kind either. Current events are demonstrating where policy has failed, and it very much goes back to 1994.

            The memorandum is a worthless piece of paper: That duplicity will not be lost on the people of U.

            We do not know in which direction U would have gone had it retained a limited nuke deterrent, but it likely would have developed more favourably economically.

            This is hindsight.

            It certainly would not have held Europe to ransom as UK, F’rench and US nuclear deterrent (which keeps R-Fed out of Europe and G’ermany under control) would balance, but would have guaranteed better trade terms for the country as an independent sovereign.

            With respect current nuke plant scenario: If R-Fed makes moves in the East, such an event occurring at nuke facilities there is realistic.

            The U govt. now has already proved itself to be somewhat irrational.

            One needs to understand the level of animosity that exists between the ethnic factions in the country and particularly against R-Fed to get a clearer perspective.

            The environmental impacts would not be too big a deal – U knows roughly what to expect viz. C’hernobyl: It would not be a massive deal for them. If R-Fed looks to capture, they will not care about that anyway, preferring to weaken the victory.

            Here is another good hindsight moment:

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          • Jimmy says:

            Why don’t Russia and the EU simply come to an amicable agreement and split the Ukraine in half in the same way that Hitler and Stalin split Poland.
            Both parties then get an equal share of the pie.

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          • C O (Ξ3) says:

            Better if U remains independent sovereign able to defend itself.

            Joint defence agreement with NATO and R-Fed could be an excellent option.

            Splitting the country will create tension, and bringing G’ermany closer to R-Fed will be a long term recipe for disaster.

            Interference in the country just brings large powers into direct conflict as is being demonstrated at present.

            Leaving U as an independent buffer zone, minimize possibility of security / negative economic competition risks and enable to be independently economically viable.

            However, P’tin does not see the world through our eyes, and neither do people in U.

            The following article helps explain some of the reality at present:

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          • What are you talking about? says:

            Yeah, the memorandum was a worthless piece of paper. Of course it was. You don’t really think the US and UK were going to start WWIII over the Ukraine do you? They just smoothed their little heads and stood back as the balance of power was restored. Dicks. That article is stating a POV that sees the continuing independence of Ukraine as the worlds 3rd nuclear power as a good thing – clearly neither the Russians nor the Americans agreed (God knows we wouldn’t want the Ukraine to actually start a nuclear war against their old enemy…)

            Duplicity not lost on the people of Ukraine? Who fucking cares? What are they going to do about it? Especially as we have taken away their nukes. That’s the beauty of it. We all win – except the Ukraine. One less country with nukes – the other three had them anyway. And the Ukraine – they’re screwed! You do realise we fought a war over Poland and then sold the Poles out to the Russians at Yalta? Realpolitik – it’s what we do (of course we have administrations in the US and UK who are not up to the job these days….)

            As for setting the nuclear plants into meltdown I think you need to take a look at where they are situated. One on the Dneiper – a big one that uses cooling water from the river – don’t really want to poison that, and the others are all in West Ukraine, which the Russians probably aren’t interested in. Strategically the Russians want the Crimea and probably everything East of the natural barrier known as the Dneiper – if the Ukrainians are daft enough to do a scorched earth in the West the Russians will likely just laugh.

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          • C O (Ξ3) says:

            US and UK have no incentive to start WWIII as there is nothing for them to gain. They also could not get political support from their own people.

            U nuke plants:

            h**p://tinyurl.com/qgg3oof

            And this:

            http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/03/02/us-ukraine-crisis-nuclear-idUSBREA2107020140302

            Why ask for monitors ? (Other than for human shield purposes)

            The current incoherent mob running U cannot be relied on not seriously consider doing this, or actually do it.

            There are many other similar scorched earth policies that could also unfold.

            They have already one way or another double crossed everyone who previously thought they were partnered with them. That includes the R-Fed.

            Point about worthlessness of the Budapest Memorandum is that this will affect the ability for negotiations to take place in good faith between U and the West. It simply does not help.

            Fully aware of UK history, that is not being criticised.

            In this case there is a valid argument that leaving a deterrent in U could have helped maintain stability medium to long term.

            The points made in that article, particularly about how foreign interference in U could result in this type of reaction from R-Fed cannot be ignored.

            Implication: The EU was engaging knowingly in high risk strategy which has failed putting security of European member states at serious risk.

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          • A sense of perspective is a fine thing says:

            “The EU was engaging knowingly in high risk strategy which has failed”

            Knowlingly? The top of the EU has a former Portuguese president, a Belgian leprechaun and a ugly British woman nobody likes. Do you actually think they know anything at all? Do you think they are well-versed in international realpolitik?

            What this has exposed is the worthlessness and foolishness of the student socialists running the EU and indeed the laughable position it is in trying to flex muscles on the international stage with no army or other means to give it leverage. It calls into question it’s very existence as a federal united states of Europe. Of course, it will likely want to do something about that…

            Meanwhile the US and UK will say the right things as always but actually do very little.

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        • 581
          NSA spotter says:

          John Schindler spent 10 years at the NSA…

          Great recommendation

          During the period when none ofbtheirvdirty work was public

          A hardcore criminal then…

          And he writes like Goebbels…

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          • He's making it up as he goes along says:

            It’s a load of bollox. He forgets that the Baltic states are all in NATO. He also fails to give a clear motivation for Russia suddenly invading the Baltic states when he has been sanguine about it up until now.

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          • C O (Ξ3) says:

            The section starting ‘Was H!tler done with the A’nschluss’ is by ex E’stonian Ambassador to R’ussia Mart Helme, translated.

            Typographically not clear, but if read properly should be understood.

            The fact that the B’altic states are part of NATO is not forgotten, the argument put forward by the Ambassador is that this is irrelevant to the strategic calculations of R’uss!a at present.

            As a thought experiment:

            If Russ!a did attack a minor NATO member, in practice would the rest of NATO rush into what would become a nuclear war ?

            I for sure would hope the UK thinks carefully about that seeing as I live within blast radius for a reasonable ground zero in L’ondon.

            Getting it yet ?
            ;-)

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          • A sense of perspective is a fine thing says:

            “If Russ!a did attack a minor NATO member, in practice would the rest of NATO rush into what would become a nuclear war ?”

            If Russia did attack a NATO member, what would be the strategic objective? Why would MAD be the inevitable next step? Given that by definition the attack would not be on Russian territory and presumably would not involve nukes, why would the response be nuclear? Even if nukes were used, why would ICBMs be used against London and not strategic battlefield weapons?

            A plausible strategy would be for Russia to attack the Baltic states. But the Baltic states have air cover provided by NATO which would likely hold things up. NATO bases further back are capable of launching cruise missile strikes against Russian forces. Then you have the possibility of deploying highly trained NATO forces to repulse a Russian advance.

            If things took a turn for the worse then you have the option of engaging with battlefield nukes on Baltic state territory. Finally you have the option of retreating, having inflicted very heavy losses on the enemy. Nobody has ever gone that far before but nevertheless you have options for repulsing or at least inflicting heavy damage on a Russian advance without resorting to MAD.

            Any Russian attack on London would result in an all out nuclear attack on Russia’s major cities – 160 warheads available each with a power 4 or 5 times greater than that of the bomb dropped on Nagasaki. MAD indeed….

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  96. 459
    Jimmy says:

    Labour MP Eric Joyce was been found guilty of headbutting a Tory MP and assaulting another three Tories in a Commons bar brawl.

    He got a three grand fine, banned from pubs for three months and my fucking vote.

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    • 478
      Are you sure this man has your full support? Says more about you than anything you've said so far... says:

      Ah a man who likes teenage girls and screws around with them behind his wife’s back, has a drink problem, is violent (towards Labour MPs as well as Tory) and has a string of drink driving offences.

      So he’s your hero – but I don’t think he’ll be getting your vote as he has already resigned form the Labour Party and will be standing down at the next election.

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  97. 461
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    BBC Countryfile presenters – all of them are jumped up tossers that know fuck all.
    Will John Craven’s false teeth fly out this week?
    And that blonde scruffy tart, what does she do to keep her job?
    And Matt northern put on accent.
    And that Bradbury woman, head up arse loves herself.
    And Adam, ginger tosser.
    It’s like some little BBC jobs for the boys and girls.

    O.k. back to the Crimea…………..

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    • 466
      Cuntryfile says:

      Crimea River buttercup, £145 please. Now.

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    • 479
      Screw the LibLabCon says:

      But I quite like that blonde scruffy tart….
      In wellies, stuck in the mud, unable to move, bent over…

      I digress.

      Like

    • 480
      whippet says:

      Yes isn’t Country File awful. They tried to please everyone and ended up pleasing no one.

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      • 486
        They used to repeat the programmes, now they repeat the content of the programmes as well says:

        They also do the BBC patronising thing where every non-fiction programme is spelt out like something from Blue Peter and has to be repeated three times.

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      • 487
        No One says:

        You’re quite right I wasn’t pleased at all.

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      • 534
        Drop a Daisy cutter on ITV says:

        Watch Dancing on Ice then. Inspiring…

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  98. 481
    Chinless Hypocrite says:

    So Cameron bans UK cripples from tasking part in the Sochi paralympics all because Putin sends troops to guard Russians in the Crimea.

    The same David Cameron who wanted to side with AlQuaeda and bomb the fuck out of Syria

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  99. 492
    Peter Bone says:

    Because antiquated socialism views all events in terms of “class-conflict”, I am unable to offer a position on the Ukrainian situation.

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  100. 499
    Gross Britannia says:

    Have no fear Willie Hague accompanied by his special friend Adam Werritty are now on route to Kiev. They will have it all sorted by the weekend. To save the taxpayer from incurring any unnecessary expense they have even agreed to share a hotel suite.

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  101. 500
    Call Me Twat says:

    ‘If Vladimir doesn’t start listening to me I’ll scweem and scweem and scweem’.

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    • 511
      Slobery chops McKlusky says:

      Calm down Ed, your not PM yet, just let Me and the BBC keep working on it and we’ll have us in No 10 soon enough.

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  102. 503
    Jimmy says:

    Willie will sort it all out in Kiev, won’t he?

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    • 506
      was it something I said? says:

      Hopefully he can discourage the coup leaders from starting a shooting match.

      But I wouldn’t bet on it.

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      • 557
        Shoot out says:

        We have shooting matches but no tangible results Lords V Commons. Always no score draw. Perhaps the ruskkies and Ukrainons parliaments could do away with the shoot cards and start shooting. Last man standing wins.

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    • 507
      Badger supporter says:

      I saw Wee Willie sranding in front of his aircraft

      Looked 1950s vintage

      Twin turboprops

      Easy for a SAM 7 I would think

      Let’s hope

      The dear boy would be such a loss

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  103. 508
    Jimmy says:

    I might even vote Labour next time.

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    • 514
      JJ9 says:

      Would that be New Labour or Old Labour?

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      • 518
        Jimmy says:

        1997-2001 The Golden age.

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        • 523
          Gordon Brown says:

          I sold the gold

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          • ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

            He sold at the market price of the day. 20:20 hindsight works really well but back in the early 2000s few were buying gold.

            Note that Brown also sold the 3G spectrum for over £20bn. George Osborne sold the 4G spectrum for £2bn

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          • Jimmy says:

            @moussa

            The Labour Party could approach the GE in two ways.

            It could say we are going to push up all foodstuffs by taxing them or it could say we are going to increase benefits and tax the rich to pay it.

            It does not take many guesses to find out which one would get them more votes.

            If the Chancellor announces in advance he is going to sell 395 tons of gold, hazard a guess at which way the price is likely to go?

            You have one hour for this question.

            Oh! remember! Vote Labour!

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          • was it something I said? says:

            Aye, he rigged an auction with five buyers and only four frequency bands.

            The telecoms companies borrowed 20bn (and 2 or 3 times that europe-wide) and have been using the loan interest to offset paying any tax ever since.

            Brown took that 20bn and used it to pay the 1,000,000 extra public sector workers he’d hired in 2001.

            After that he had to borrow 30bn a year on average to pay them until 2007/8 where he had to borrow 180bn to pay for all the excess commitments he’d taken on.

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          • was it something I said? says:

            At the time (of the rigged auction) I didn’t see the down-side either. But if you’re a telecom company there is only so much money you can borrow. And it all has to be paid back with interest.

            Ie when you rig an auction that forces big players to pay big money then they have no money for other plans they may have. So Labour took money for their pet projects (hiring 1m Labour voters and paying them with borrowed money) at the expense of UK companies.

            Same as when taxes go up for PAYE employees or NI or VAT.

            Taking 20bn out of the private economy just leaves the private sector 20bn less cash to expand and hire more people.

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          • Jimmy says:

            But look who they vote for then.

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          • What a mess Labour made. Was it deliberate do you think? says:

            “Note that Brown also sold the 3G spectrum for over £20bn.”

            A policy that neutered British Telecom in its ambitious overseas expansion plans, brought vodafone to its knees and bankrupted Marconi.

            Did they do ANYTHING right in those years?

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        • 543
          was it something I said? says:

          1997-2001 wasn’t so bad. It was after they stopped following Tory spending targets mid 2001 that it really went to shit.

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        • 584
          Tony Blair is a war criminal says:

          The golden age? More like the golden showers age.

          Like

    • 515
      Ashton less pretty on the inside than the outside says:

      Wise dat den? Is there a turd with a rosette standing for the “hard working families”?

      Like

    • 552
      yoo hoo! anybody in says:

      The only time I will vote Liebour is when I’am dead and I will be using postal vote.

      Like

  104. 517
    The Cold War says:

    I’m back, bitches! Miss me? Once again, the Russkies are being naughty. If you don’t like it, crimea river. :-D

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  105. 521
    Dirty pervert says:

    That interview an ‘angry’ Jack BigBlackCocks gave to BBC yesterday was the most ludicrous thing I’ve seen on TV for years.
    He took the peeeeeedos on….aye fucking right he did!

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    • 529
      Jimmy says:

      I’d like to smack you in the face with a PIE.

      Like

      • 536
        Jimmy says:

        I am sorry, Jimmy. I have been posting as you tonight. It seems you can post without trouble whereas some of our names are banned from posting anything at all.

        It seems possible that your posts may have converted our host at last. Nil desperandum. You have won your struggle. Congratulations Comrade!

        Vote Labour and win the World Cup!

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    • 530
      His favourite dish is cock a leaking says:

      Maybe he didn’t get to finish his sentence and was going to say “I took the p*edos on a night on the town cruising for kids”.

      Like

  106. 539
    Just asking... says:

    If there’s a call-up, whose side are the muzbots going to fight on?

    Like

    • 550
      You really got me says:

      Both and each other.

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    • 553
      was it something I said? says:

      They’ll be conchies.

      As to getting involved in a war to save Von Rumpey and Baroness Ashton’s face(!!!) when their Ukrainian coup went sour they can stick their call-up papers up their fucking arse.

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    • 567
      Botted all over again says:

      It’d be fun hearing the Regimental Sergeant Major shout, ‘Your in the Army now you ‘orrible little man Choudary, what are you?…Get those boots shined and when you’ve done that there’s two sacks of spuds to peel

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  107. 540
  108. 554
    EU Child Killers says:

    Shannon Grady at Politichicks points out the contrast between the phony humanitarianism of opposing the death penalty and supporting child euthanasia

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  109. 558
    Questions of our time says:

    Is David Cameron going to argue that the return of the cold war has been caused by global warming ?

    Like

    • 571
      Question 1 our time is tick tock says:

      The cold war will start to get very hot, if they let the loons in the EU carry on the way they’re going

      Like

      • 617
        The EUSSR: Won't anybody stand up for it when push comes to shove? says:

        What are they going to do? Hurl directives at them?

        Like

    • 582
      non taxable pikey says:

      The cold war never went away.

      Like

  110. 559
    Size matters says:

    Is EU enlargement similar to Penis enlargement?

    https://twitter.com/EU_enlargement

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  111. 561
    I bet she doesn't donate it to CND says:

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  112. 572
    Sunshine in Strawberry Hill, Cable says:

    I’m in, I’m in.

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    • 574
      Ambiguous sex subject of liberal affection says:

      Er no, that’s the back passage you’re in. What do you want doing in there? Hmm like my Brussels?

      Like

      • 576
        Auntay says:

        There’s nothing wrong with being a wet liberal, even if you have to use lots of lube at our age.

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  113. 578
    • 646
      A bottle of rum says:

      99% of those in the stadium that night agreed with him. That biased ref was fuckin awful.

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  114. 580
    The Boy has got more sense than Ed then says:

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  115. 583
    William Hague says:

    If I wear my lucky socks, Mr Putin will be nice.

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  116. 587
    Does she Know? says:

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    • 590
      average joanna says:

      Can they please keep her.

      Like

    • 594
      Gok Wan says:

      She loves her yashmak

      Like

    • 595
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      Why?.

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    • 601
      SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      There must be no uglier communist bitch in the history of marxist treachery , she probably regularly rims Barrosos arsehole!!

      Like

      • 619
        Even surgery can't cure all forms of ugly says:

        No amount of re-distribution of wealth will compensate for being born that ugly. Proves socialism is a waste of time.

        Like

        • 666
          the shit is hitting the fan says:

          I don’t give a shit what she looks like, I’m just deeply
          concerned that a woman educated at Wigan tech with a
          degree in Sociology from Bedford College now occupies
          such a position of power.
          God help us all.

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  117. 593
    You won't see this on the BBC says:

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  118. 599
    C O (Ξ3) says:

    Market is taking events seriously.

    Gold + ~ $7 so far…

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  119. 606
    That will teach them to mess with Homosexuals says:

    Is Dave going to Boycott Russian gas then?

    Like

    • 656
      Elsie Hargreaves 5 Railway Terrace Dewsbury says:

      I would like to know how Mr Cameron’s plans are getting along for us all to have lower gas prices next winter.

      Like

  120. 607
    Ah! but says:

    Tom Watson On PIE: “I wouldn’t have touched them with a barge-pole”

    What about a knife and fork?

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    • 616
      Lard Pressclott of Beams, Bellies, Banjos, Bulimia, two bog seats, two Jags & Shags. says:

      Not if I get to the PIEs first.

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  121. 610
    Am I bovvered? says:

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  122. 613
    C O (Ξ3) says:

    Magnitsky Act for EU could help address some of the problems with R’ussia:

    And a slightly softer but none the less real analysis by retired UK ambassador, part published in T’graph a week before R-Fed mobilized:

    h**p://charlescrawford.biz/blog/ukraine-russia-and-europe

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    • 618
      T May says:

      Yankee Go Home

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    • 621
      It's simple really... says:

      Russia nominal GDP: $2tr
      EU: $16tr

      Conclusion: Russia can’t buy EU off, and a few billion here or there from Russian oligarchs won’t make a difference. Anyway, Putin is more in their pocket than the EU will ever be.

      Simple fact is Ukraine was in the Russian sphere, is not a member of NATO and is not about to be protected by an expansionist EU. So Russia simply walked in – who is going to stop it? Nobody did anything about the Georgia invasion either. In what way is it different from the US meddling in the affairs of Central America?

      Why make it more complicated than it is?

      The danger is that the EU uses this as yet another excuse to expand its own influence – this time in the area of defence. Then the EU/R-Fed sphere frontier becomes a real bone of contention.

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      • 626
        War Minster says:

        We used to call it the war ministry until politicians decided defence played better with the public.

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      • 627
        C O (Ξ3) says:

        What if R’ussia put $ to one side and focussed purely on power ?

        This is the subtext to what is actually happening right now.

        Agree with point on U, except it still is in the R-Fed sphere.

        Difference compared C’entral A’merica is that US doesn’t seek to acquire territory. Interferes yes, but with overt imperialist intention, no, and is less brutal.

        R-Fed’s approach is much different.

        P’tin stated back in 2003 on matters F’oreign P’olicy: ‘I aim to keep what’s ours.’

        As C’rawford points out, that could mean a little or a lot. It certainly applies to G’eorgia, Syr!a and Cr!mea so far.

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  123. 615
    Socialism isn't popular any more says:

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  124. 629
    Armchair Civilian says:

    These so-called invading Russians seem to have remarkably little equipment with them for an invading army: as if they have merely stepped a few yards out of the barracks they call home and gone for a little pose and a stroll.

    How many new troops has Putin actually moved into the Crimea, I wonder?

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  125. 631
    The MAD numbers game says:

    The United States has 2,150 usable active warheads and Russia has 1,800. The United Kingdom currently has about 160 deliverable active warheads and France has 290.

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  126. 632
    Bitch Slap says:

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    • 633
      Podiceps says:

      More like being slapped in the face by an elderly mouse.

      Like

      • 634
        Another afront to Putin says:

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        • 642
          UKIP or bust says:

          Will ashpox be rewarded for all the blood that will be spilt for her small part in the carnage she’s helping to ferment.

          Like

          • Village Idiot says:

            …Once again,we the little people have to rely on the wisdom of people we do not know,the EU operatives,and the stupidity of John Kerry!
            ….Dear Putin,the International Community does not speak for me in the UK….You have the moral high ground,and ,are doing your job by protecting the Russian people!….I wish our politicians protected our people,but the present conservative government inflicts only Pain,Persecution and Poverty on our weak and vulnerable ,in a spiteful,vindictive way!…Many of our disabled have committed suicide as a direct consequence of conservative cruelty!
            Mr Putin,thank you for the excellent winter Olympics!

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    • 635
      Liliaceae says:

      Tulips from Amsterdam?

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  127. 647
    Owen Jones (I'm no window licker) says:

    Russia raises interest rates, rouble takes tumble and stock market falls sharply. Crisis will soon be about more than troops on the ground.

    Like

  128. 648
    Guy News Room says:

    Owen Jones,our man in Ukraine says” Here’s a prediction. Russia will annex Crimea in the next 48 hrs. De facto it has happened anyway….”

    Like

  129. 650
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    There were no wars before capitalism. Modern conflict is a direct result of Thatcher’s privatisations. Neocons are fascist imperialists.

    Like

  130. 653
    Ctesibius says:

    Wot, no completely unamusing pastiche of David Cameron by ‘Rich and Mark’, or whichever one of them still holds the candle for cutting edge satire?

    Like

  131. 654
    Howdy do dere honey says:

    “Black Monday” ?

    Market reaction to Ukraine crisis: FTSE 100 falls 100 points http://www.cityam.com/blog/1393834440/market-reaction-ukraine-crisis-ftse-100-falls-100-points

    Like

  132. 660
    BBC says:

    We are going to bore an overwhelmingly disinterested public for the next few weeks with the trial of Oscar Pistorius. Hour after hour after hour of it.

    Like

    • 669
      JH-230912384590231- says:

      Beats reporting on your precious EU melting down slowly.

      Also, after events in the Ukraine are we going to hear any more twattering on by Rumpoy about how the EU is the cause of peace in Europe, rather than just a temporary effect of it?

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