March 17th, 2014

Rich’s Monday Morning View


220 Comments

  1. 1
    Louise says:

    Everyone’s had enough of that line, George.

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  2. 2
    Ed Balllls says:

    Ed Balls

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      Mike Handycock says:

      Give us a chance Princess, you never know. xxx

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        broderick crawford says:

        THE HIGH LORDESS OF NOTHING PARTICULARLY RELEVANT IN BRUSSELS SAYS

        I d give any body a chance sweetheart .
        I m similar to the proverbial village virgin– everybody says they want me but nobody actually takes me .

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  3. 3
    Roger Dewhurst says:

    Close to the bone. OK.

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  4. 4
    Roger Dewhurst says:

    Closer to the bone next time?

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    Juggla says:

    Middle classes have to pay big taxes because Labour created the biggest deficit ever. Should be Gordon Brown and Ed Balls in the cartoon.

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    • 9
      DtP says:

      Fair points but Osborne’s done fuck all in 4 years so fuck him.

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      Sheikh Basha Banka says:

      To be fair Dave and George (who both I recall where staying silent when the shit was hitting the fan) when entering office could have defaulted on our loans and entered the UK into administration.

      When this happens you get rid of the dross so that in future the cream can rise to the top.

      As a result of the actions of these two the country muddles along disaffected and disgruntled occasionally pointing a moral finger in the direction of the Syrians Greeks or Russians without even the semblance of a serious aircraft carrier.

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      • 12
        An awkward bastard says:

        What you are saying in is that the country lacks balls to sort out its problems.

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        • 26

          There’s a surfeit of Balls who think they can sort out the Country’s problems. He’s in a minority of one.

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        • 211
          broderick crawford says:

          Ahh Balls yess indeedee.
          Why did no one think of hom before now .

          Can we make him First Lord of the Admiralty on a ” hurry up ” basis even though he s on the other side ?

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      • 125
        Myfanwy says:

        Funny you say that, most of the present cabinet seemed to very silent over the years B’Liar, Brown, Balls et al were running rampent with the economy, Liebore had been in power 10 years before the brown stuff started to hit the big time, the deadliest silence was when Brown announced the starting rate of tax as 10%.

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        • 144
          Dave Ricardo says:

          The starting rate of tax is an irrelevance.

          Whether it is 10% with an allowance of £12,000 or 20% with an allowance of £10,000 it is still a con.

          What matters is the overall “take” by Government. It is close to 40% and the target should be 35%.

          An increase in GDP of 5% for 5 years should be the target.

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    • 17
      Fed up Taxpayer says:

      I’m one ff the hundreds of thousands who work hard and want to get on in order to support the millions trapped on benefits.

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    Lego Robot Solves Rubik's Cube In 3.253 Seconds says:

    Who is this supposed to be?

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    Owen Jones says:

    To be hones I just feel robbed(Paying tax @ 40%)………40% to pay for poor, inefficient “services” & fund people who can’t be arsed to work.

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      Myfanwy says:

      Say Fawkesy, that lad Owen has been at it again read this http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/mar/17/bbc-leftwing-bias-non-existent-myth, Does that mean if the right call the Beeb left wing bias and the left call the Beeb right wing bias, that puts the Beeb in the centre?

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        was it something I said? says:

        That’s what the bedwetters are hoping.

        But it’s easy to call their bluff.

        Just tell them that since nobody is happy how about both sides agree to close it down.

        Then watch them back-peddling about how they just want to make it ‘fairer’, baby-out-with-the-bathwater-ing and other disingenuous horse shit.

        We know it’s biased (to the left), they know it’s biased (to the left). If the bedwetters really were unhappy with it then they’d want to shut it down too.

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    • 141
      Small Business says:

      I feel even more robbed paying 20% VAT.

      And also charging it (I also have a business). I have lost lots of small, honest, privately paying customers over the years because VAT is just too high for people who can’t pass it on down the chain. High VAT is cuppressing demand in the economy. Hard to say how much by, but even if it is by a few percent, that is a few percent that the economy could do with.

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        Myfanwy says:

        Fawkes used to think VAT was a good tax but in the past few years he has changed his mind, it does stifle demand you are right there, maybe VAT should be a means of stifling demand when inflation starts running away. There have been VAT fiddles amounting to £Billions over the years not many sem to hit the headlines though.

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        Twampersand mk III says:

        VAT is a tax on turnover, pure and simple.

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  8. 8
    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    I always said osborne was a tosser.

    With comments like this you know the reason why.

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    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    Osborne is a tool but this cartoon is just risible.

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      Yvonne from the Colliers Arms Clydach says:

      I have read in the Press that Mr Osborne has a problem with illegal drugs and being in close proximity to prostitutes.

      I would much rather he did not touch any of my money or come within 500 miles of Clydach.

      I am surprised that Mr Cameron has done nothing about him.

      Does he not read the newspapers or speak to reporters?

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      • 51
        Skeleton bob says:

        When it comes to Osborne it is just like capitalism. The alternative is just far too horrendous to contemplate.

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      • 153
        Myfanwy says:

        Yonnie, I don’t think you can have no fears there either SE England or Ballentaylor and Ballylemon in the County of Waterford, Eire is his interest, if the SE is doing OK he thinks everything is Ok with all the UK

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          was it something I said? says:

          I think George is more a Cappoquin lad. Keeps him closer to the Duke of Devonshire at Lismore you see.

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    • 155
      OED says:

      Cartoons are usually supposed to be risible.

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  10. 13
    Owen Jones,Socialist turned Capitalist says:

    I claim to be a historian, although I’ve said Hitler was the biggest 20th century genocidal dictator, when in fact it was Mao Tse-tung.

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      SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      Compared with Pol Pot, Mao ,Stalin,and Hitler were mere amateurs in terms of the relative numbers slaughtered by head of population.

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        Bosun Higgs says:

        Kemal Ataturk got away with his genocide.

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          was it something I said? says:

          Nobody remembers the Armenians.

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          Phil O'Pastree says:

          I think the so called “genocide” of the Armenians happened before Ataturk and was a ruthless put down of a rebellion within the Ottoman Empire. They had it coming.

          The fucking Russian foreign minister Lavrov laughably claimed genocide when the Georgians invaded South Ossetia and killed half a dozen people by accident.

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          Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

          The Armenian massacres (as well as Assyrians and some Christian groups ) took place in 1915. Ataturk came to power in 1923 – he was a serving Army officer during the war. His service at the time was well away from the massacres and I have never seen any suggestion he was involved.

          Pol Pot’s efforts are generally thought to have been responsible for the deaths of 25 per cent of the Cambodian population.

          A difference between Hitler and the other tyrants is that many of the deaths he caused were outside Germany ( in Russia and Poland in particular) as a consequence of war and subsequent brutal maltreatment of locals and despised minority groups like J**s, gypsies and homosexuals.

          Stalin, Mao and Pol Pot largely infilcted misery on their own people.

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    • 104
      Kim Kong Kung says:

      I’m doing my best.

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    Farage brillo'd Brillo! "No, no, no!" says:

    Why would you want to buy this ‘artwork?’ Its plop!

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    Cynic says:

    So thats what he was learning in Mayfair all those years ago

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  13. 18
    Is this lunatic for real ? says:

    Owen Jones: It’s the BBC’s rightwing bias that is the threat to democracy and journalism http://bit.ly/1g28ZLe

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    • 46
      Podiceps says:

      Attack is the best form of defence.

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    • 48
      Owen Jones's Mum says:

      It’s a standard Labour tactic – accuse your opponents of doing exactly what you are doing yourself.

      Keep repeating the lie, and soon all your Leftwit follows will believe it and repeat it too.

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        was it something I said? says:

        They do too. Right up until you say to them ‘I tell you what, since neither of us is happy, why don’t we both agree to shut it down?’

        Then you find out how unhappy they are with it.

        It mirrors that King Solomon story about the two women claiming that the baby is theirs.

        The one who really ‘own’s the child would give it to the other to keep it alive. The other one would see it killed to spite the ‘mother’.

        The right know the BBC is not ‘their’ child. Kill the BBC. Spite Labour.

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    • 54
      Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

      Jonesy is so far to the left that to him the BBC’s inherent lefty bias probably does appear to be right wing.

      The man’s a complete tool.

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    Owen O' Jones says:

    Happy St Patrick’s Day to all my followers, friends and new ones that may join me today :)

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      B. Jayzus says:

      Sure an’ begorrah. T’ought ye was a Welshman by way of Sheffield and Stockport, I did. Live an’ learn I say. Now where’s me Jameson’s bottle, ye poofy spalpeen? Why, I’ll lay me shillelagh across your noggin if ye stole it!

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    Lego Robot Solves Rubik's Cube In 3.253 Seconds says:

    Oxfam is not a charity.

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      White Dee says:

      Good to see George Osborne’s budget has meant no rise in the cost of fuel, or ‘White Lightning’ as I call it.

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    albacore says:

    Tarting themselves up as what they are not
    Is the only talent Parliament’s got
    So, why not corsets, hose and suspenders
    For all those shagged-out, old E U benders?

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  17. 23
    Anonymous says:

    good quote well, up to the point that he didn’t actually say that

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  18. 24
    Owen Jones says:

    David Cameron out of touch? Don’t take my word for it – ask Michael Gove

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-26587418

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

      Miliband should call on the government to abolish the telly tax, so as to ease the cost of living for the poor and squeezed middle :-)

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        Anonymous says:

        cant we just abolish millband

        Do you see Balls spluttering away on Sky about th budget. Man has not got a clue he really hasent

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    St. Peter says:

    Benn in heaven?

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    Russian Bear says:

    So, Moscow justified the occupation of Crimea, saying it wished to protect the majority ethnic Russian population. So these must be the “Sudetan” Russians then?
    Also protect them against what precisely? They were quite safe and if we take at face value Putins vote of 97% then they far outnumbered their opposition. On the contrary then it is the opposition that needs to be “protected” not the Sudetan Russians.

    Laughable really as Putin painted the Ukrainians as National Socialists even using a Swastika flag to make the point. Meanwhile he repeats history and all we have to have now is a meeting at Munich and the jobs done.

    I have a feeling my Grandfather would have been typing a similar thing in his day if there had been an internet.

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      Long John Silver's parrot says:

      My Grandad taught me not to trust any of the fuckers no matter what they were wearing in their lapels.

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        Skeleton bob says:

        So the Russians give the people of Crimea a vote to decide who rules them and the British are told we can’t decide who rules us. So who are the dictators?

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          Cushy Job for failed politicians says:

          If you get a vote, the question will be set to get a yes, and the implications will be decided by us

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        Gok Wan says:

        My Dad told me not to trust anyone with a lapel

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    • 35
      Ukrainian Russian says:

      Were you banned from using your own language by an unelected government who took power through a coup?

      Oh I forgot, you live in the EUSSR – you have no idea what democracy is; you do not get any form of vote on your own future; you just bend over for the Brissels Bumsex Brigade.

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      JH-230912384590231-1 says:

      Russia has simply noticed that all you have to do is claim to be fighting fascism/racism/anythingism and you can do whatever the fuck you want. If anyone objects, just call them racist.

      And why not? It’s worked a treat for the left here for 40 years.

      By the way, I completely understand this Russian response to EU expansionism. The EU is a cancer.

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    • 39
      Spot the odd elected man out. Rompuy, Barroso, Ashton, Mandelson, Putin. says:

      You like the EUSSR then. No votes at all except the ones where you have to give the correct answer.

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        was it something I said? says:

        But don’t worry – if you get it wrong the first time you can have another go – as long a you’re Ir*i*sh.

        For the rest of you we simply tippex out the title and swap the paragraphs around and tell you it’s something completely different and not to bother your pretty little heads.

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      Skeleton bob says:

      If the ‘Sudetans’ wanted to be part of Germany then what precisely was wrong with that? You would have to be a hypocrite to say that the Crimeans should not be allowed to say who ruled them and then say the Falkland Islanders or the Scots should be allowed to say who ruled them.

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        was it something I said? says:

        Indeed. Self determination.

        It’s all the rage apparently.

        Although it will rather fuck things up when Leicester decides to create a caliphate.

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          Twampersand mk III says:

          The de facto Sultanate of Bradford, Birmingham, the East end, Burnley, Coventry, Burton, Derby, Stoke and Leeds already exists.

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      • 77
        Hague has gone Native says:

        Hypocrisy by Hague. Given Britain asked the Gibraltarians and Falkland Islanders who they wanted to be governed by.

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          looneywatch says:

          Not the same. If Britain invaded Minorca and asked the locals if they wanted to be governed by Britain you might have a valid comparison.

          They’d probably say yes, btw, but that’s not a reason given that it is Spanish sovereign territory.

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          • The EU can lecture NO ONE about democracy says:

            Britain is British sovereign territory but that doesn’t stop Brussels saying we can have no borders.

            By the way we voted for a common market and at that time there was no mention of the right to go to another country and claim all its benefits, just unrestricted travel among the six. There has never been a vote on an EU

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      In a Nutshell says:

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      Twampersand mk III says:

      Would your Grandad be willing to fight and die for an EU flag, and Baroness Ashcroft?

      If the Russkis want to put down an insurrecction in a neighbouring country that was their territory 30 years ago and is populated with their own people, what is that to do with us?

      My Grandad would have told people not to stick their nose where it doesn’t belong, you’re likely to get it bloodied if you do.

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    Fog says:

    Did he really say that?

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      Vote UKIP says:

      It doesn’t matter if he did or didn’t. This shit will stick.

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    • 183
      Clutching at straws? says:

      Well, he’s made no attempt so far to deny it (or, as politicians say, “clarify” it).

      Anyway I wouldn’t believe him if he did deny it, given the track record of Cameron’s lot.

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  22. 41
    Owen Jones says:

    “the BBC is right-wing” piece of guilt-by-association is the mirror image of “the BBC is left-wing” nonsense from the right.

    Oy Vey it’s going to be one of those days,I can tell.

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    • 52
      Sir Tim Berners-Lee says:

      Poor little Owen is just the media equivalent of an internet troll.

      Perhaps one day he will grow up.

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        The Samaritans says:

        Hear ! Hear !

        I mean, surely Owen couldn’t support lefties being forced to pay for the BBC’s Tory & “right-wing” output, whether they consume it or not?

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  23. 42
    Cressida's Dick says:

    You’ve got to give it to Hague. How does he keep a straight face when he bemoans another country’s voting system/fraud within that system?

    Trying looking closer to home first you useless hypocritical git.

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  24. 43
    Nigel Evans says:

    Whoever it is. I wager it is a gay Welshman.

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  25. 45
    Not Ed Balls says:

    Would you let a sado-masochist look after your twelve year old child?

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    was it something I said? says:

    Astonishingly my idiot brother (the other one is normal) once bragged to me that he was paying 40% tax.

    I said nothing. He probably thought it was because I couldn’t believe that such a fuckwit could command 40K (or whatever it is) a year whereas I simply didn’t have the heart to tell him I was paying 0% tax. 90 Day rule. Love it. Although I’d prefer a 180 day rule like most of the rest of Europe.

    Anyway, point is that idiots do brag about paying 40% tax. It’s their way of letting you know they’re earning more than 40K a year without being so vulgar as to tell you they’re being paid 42K a year.

    Plus all bedwetters will always tell you they are proud to pay as much tax as possible and would always gladly pay more. Because they say they would. But only if you do too.

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    • 55
      Taxation Snobbery says:

      Same with council tax. People brag about being in a high banding, when it came out some even complained about being banded too low.

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    • 209
      Twampersand mk III says:

      Think yourself lucky, my brother’s a gayer.

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  27. 56
    John Ward says:

    Stick to the day job, George – top Tory sums man chooses ‘severe risk flood consequences’ locale for new 150,000 housing scheme.

    Yes, it’s Ebbsfleet for us next time….The world’s first aquatic Garden City:

    http://hat4uk.wordpress.com/2014/03/17/exclusive-osbornes-new-garden-city-is-a-waterworld-waiting-to-happen/

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      was it something I said? says:

      Oh fuck. Didn’t that fucking idiot John Prescott want to built 100,000 houses in a flood plain too?

      They seem determined to ‘prove’ global warming is real by sticking houses where they’re fucking well guaranteed to flood anyway. The south of England is sinking purely due to isostatic rebound. That’s why the Thames barrier was built in the first fucking place. Global warming handed been invented back then.

      If we need 100,000 house (and we probably need closer to 2,000,000 houses) then stick the fucking things 100ft above sea level at least.

      Stick ‘em on the South Downs. People would love to have uninterrupted sea views. You could easily build half a million homes on the South side of the South Downs.

      Or stick ‘em up on the Midlands plateau. You could easily get 2,000,000 houses up there. Plus it would provide some additional customers for your HS2.

      Or Wales. Wales is full of barren hillside. No fucker wants to live there but you’ll not get inundated by the sea.

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        Mine d'Boggles says:

        Shock horror! Someone who knows what he is talking about. To add to the horror, can I add that the removal of the weight of ice north of a line roughly from the Wash to the Severn is the cause of the isostatic rebound, and the melting of said ice caused an increase in sea level of about 150 ft in the last 15,ooo years. goodbye Ebbsfleet!

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      • 94
        M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

        It is much cheaper for developers to build on nice flat, rock free greenfield, land adjacent to existing conurbations. ie on flood plains.

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  28. 58
    Ed Balls says:

    Does Mickey Mouse wear a George Osborne watch?

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  29. 59
    Nobody Ever says:

    Dr Mr Osbourne,

    I do not feel successful enough. Please lower the 40% threshold so that more of my income can be turned into smugness.

    Thanks

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  30. 60
    How can you tell the sex of an alligator? says:

    BBC upsets Wee Eck.

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  31. 61
    ████ 'changed my tune ' Hoon says:

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  32. 64
    Martin Creed, Turner Prizewinner says:

    I wish I could draw as well as that.

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  33. 65
    Frank Skinner says:

    George Osborne blames rain for shrinking economy.

    Next on his list: 1. Goodtimes. 2. Moonlight. 3. Sunshine. 4. Boogie.

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      Fool Brittania says:

      …..We face many problems that have been allowed to build up,much to the annoyance of many British people!……But, where can we get politicians who will “Bat for Britain”?
      ..The EU,and its’distant ,non existant democracy!
      .Devolution,what a pigs ear,thanks Tone!
      ..Islam,islam,islam,no balls to tackle the spread and distortions of this “peaceful religion”!
      …Foreign aid,when we are told our own are struggling!
      …The EU and its costs to Britain,not just money!
      …Immigration has gone up,to rub our noses in it more!
      …The slimmed down military,navy,airforce,army!
      …Energy,only time will tell!
      …NHS,i have little desire to enter the system,as its reputation has been trashed!
      ….We are all in this together,as proved by the growing divide!
      ….Access to benefits that have been paid for by National Insurance,being stripped!
      …HS2…Is this the time to spend borrowed money on an EU vanity project?
      ……….Not much of a country anymore and this government is making enemies of decent people,who have watched in horror at the decline in everthing once held dear!
      …And,they must know,yet refuse to deal with problems that have grown!
      ..All Hail “The Merkel”, as our grinning leaders would say! Sad..Sad…Sad!
      Time for a bit of vinyl on the Hi Fi,to rid me of the mecurial blues,and to mourn the passing of my once strongly held patriotism,no longer would I lay down my life for this dying country!!!!!!

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  34. 70
    A. Taxpayer says:

    LOUISE!

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  35. 71
    How can you tell the sex of an alligator? says:

    It was full moon last night and it is St Patrick’s Day today.

    Can that in any way be a good thing, I ask myself?

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  36. 73
    Vladimir Putin says:

    Being presented a medal by George Osborne at the Paralympic games is like Hitler giving you a hug for surviving the Holoc@ust.

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      was it something I said? says:

      Surely being given a hug by Tony Blair at the Paralympic games is like Hitler giving you a hug for surviving the Holoc@ust.

      Him doing so much to generate so many UK paralympians and all that.

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  37. 74
    TIME FOR YOUR TABLETS DAVE says:

    Ukraine has formally applied to join Russia after a 97% Yes vote
    making Putin less popular than Saddam Hussein
    who aleays pulled at least 99% in his rigged ballots

    Today EU foreign ministers will freeze the post office saving accounts of a couple of Russian ministers and ban them from going on holiday in Europe

    Fucking spineless bastards !

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      M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

      The missing 3% was to give the vote some credibility.

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        Twampersand mk III says:

        What credibility have the 83% of the UK population that didn’t vote for Cameron got, or what credibility does the leader of the last-placed party have as Deputy PM? How many people voted for the Grand Poo Bah, Rumpoy, or our glorious lady Baroness ashcroft?

        We need to take the plank out of our own eye, before pointing out specks in other’s.

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  38. 75
    take the shirt off my back, I love this warm(ish) weather says:

    The mindset of politicians never ceases to astonish me…….in a bad way

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  39. 80
    small ads 1798 says:

    WANTED

    Someone to spend all my income for me because I haven’t got a clue how to spend my own money. I don’t know if I have any input into this, but maybe you could call it an income tax?

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      small ads 1799 says:

      PS

      Please get back to me asap as I’m accumulating all this money and I just don’t know what to do.

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  40. 81
    TIME FOR YOUR TABLETS DAVE says:

    George and Dave have been screwing me since the last election
    with all their “U” turns and lies , on just about everything they promised us in their manifesto
    Where is my referendum ? the immigration cuts the “no more money to the EU”?

    Daves only success is to allow gayers to marry something that was never even mentioned befoire his erection , i mean election

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  41. 82
    Tim O'Glock says:

    Happy St Patricks day

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  42. 83
    Prime Minister"Money's no object" Cameron says:

    I bought a packet of those Twinings ‘English Breakfast’ tea bags.

    What a fucking rip-off. You can’t taste the bacon or anything.

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    was it something I said? says:

    They introduced Gay marriage before the EU orders them to. It’s the same reason all those European countries suddenly decided to outlaw smoking in public.

    Better to make it look like it was your idea rather than have the EU order you to do it. The voters might have their attention drawn to the fact that they were being cuckholded by their own governments.

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  44. 90
    Anonymous says:

    The UK’s five richest families have more cash between them than the poorest 20% of the entire population, 12.6 million Britons, with new research showing the chasm between rich and poor is growing wider.

    Envy Envy Envy, your not allowed to be successfull anymore.

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    • 96
      What an arse says:

      The gulf between common sense and insanity when it comes to property prices would probably explain most of these peoples wealth.

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    • 98
      M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

      Easy, take the money off those that earn it and give it to them that can’t be arsed, in return for their votes.

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      Ah! but says:

      Redistribution IS working it used to be four.

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  45. 91
    George "Gecko" Osborne says:

    “Tax is good”

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    Dr Frankenfreud says:

    It didn’t take George Osborne very long before he went insane.

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    Says the man who just held a Faqlkland Island referendum says:

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    • 112
      You Silly Man says:

      Fuck the EU Hague, they are the enemy. Grow some Balls.

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    • 128
      PATHETIC says:

      So Willy is upset with Russia but as he can’t do anything about it, he’s going to complain to the nice EU?

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    • 130
      SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      A strong EU response !!!!
      What are they going to do , mobilise the crack Luxemburgischer PANZERGRUPPE west supported by the fanatical Liebstandarte BARROSSO Divisions of the third Guards Europa army. Possibly with air support from 50 strike squadrons of the powerful Greek airforce.
      Already there are rumours that the Royal Navy have requisitioned the pedallos off Regents Park boating lake to undertake amphibious operations in the Black sea.
      Putin must be shitting himself .

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      • 133
        I hate the fucking EU says:

        What Putin did was a strong response what the EU does is sit with its thumb up its arse dangling poisoned carrots hoping for a bite.

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      • 134
        was it something I said? says:

        Pedalos?

        Send Freddie Flintoff. With a crack platoon of Royal Marines. Make sure they have spare i-Pods. We wouldn’t want to be embarrassed this time around.

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  48. 108
    Ah! probably says:

    Said tongue-in-cheek, but walls have ears and the 1922 Committee has enemies. That’s PPE for you folks

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  49. 115
    Prime Minister"Money's no object" Cameron says:

    MH370 diplomatic, logistical and technical challenge.

    Ow,my brain hurts now.

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  50. 119
    The EU says:

    Englanders.

    Osborne is just re-arranging the paperwork and playing with small details. We tell him how to run your treasury and what taxes to collect. Our VAT is your main tax, followed by our green taxes, then all our various levies, anything else is just small change for your chancellor to play with.

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    • 131
      was it something I said? says:

      The EU, while a pain in the arse and responsible for mass immigration to the UK, is nowhere near as dangerous as our own politicians.

      Did the EU force Brown to hire 1,000,000 extra public sector workers and pay them with borrowed money? Did they force him to build schools and hospitals with borrowed money? Did they force him to throw open the UK’s doors to the religion of peace and invite in 2,000,000 third world world breeders?

      Did the EU force Blair to invade Iraq? Afghan*ist*an?

      The EU is, without doubt, an fucking irritating maggot wriggling around the ringpiece of the UK’s body politic but the real dangers to the UK, the cancer at the heart, remains our very own parliament and in particular those utterly fucking incompetent Labour jackasses and the imbecile fucking voters who vote for them.

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      • 136
        Probably Yes says:

        As all the other countries across the EU did the same as your questions ask, then it would not surprise me that all those events were orchestrated from Brussels by the soft power methods they like to use.

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      • 157
        Tosser Dave says:

        Don’t forget me — I’m still running a whopping deficit after 4 years — but I did legalise bumsex marriagee — my big achievement — I’m just as bad as Gorgon and St.Tone

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      • 162
        Skeleton Bob says:

        Wasn’t it Cameron and the Tory toffs who ordered our troops into Libya and wanted to do the same with Syria? Short memory some people have.

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    • 135
      Realist says:

      http://news.sky.com/story/1226976/serbia-election-progressive-party-wins-poll

      Another failed Eastern European state aiming to join the EU gravy train. And one more reason for us to leave the socialist mess since we will end up paying for them.

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      • 170
        Helmut says:

        They are not daft in the Crimea.

        They know what those Ukrainians are like.

        I think they want to be part of Russia by the end of the week.

        I trust Cameron Ashton Von Rumpy and the rest of them have had the foresight to close all Border crossings and the barbed wire is in situ.

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        • 174
          Dmitri from Cyprus says:

          More to the point have all Ukrainian assets been frozen within the EU and all Loan Notes called in?

          This is the real question because believe you me those Ukrainians do not have a pot to piss in and once one Bank goes the others fold like a deck of cards.

          Remember you heard it here first and not from your elected Government.

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  51. 126
    Mr T says:

    Julian Clary in a bad mood?

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  52. 146
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    Time for another prawn cocktail offensive ?

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  53. 147
    Ah! eddukateshun says:

    GCSE in Science ( solids and liquids )

    Duchess of York: ‘I was drowning in food before 3st weight loss’

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  54. 148
    Prezza will be buying shares then! says:

    Online takeaway service Just Eat aims to raise £100m from listing its shares on the London Stock Exchange.

    The Danish firm, which makes money from commissions charged to restaurants on the value of orders placed through its platform, said it would use the cash raised to boost growth.

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  55. 150
    Prime Minister"Money's no object" Cameron says:

    Quite tricky to juggle Falklands policy, while denying crystal clear Crimea result. Is the will of the people paramount or not?

    Answers on a postcard please.

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    • 175
      Anon says:

      Try postal vote abuses first.

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      • 179
        A Welsh Nationalist says:

        If you reran this referendum using a format acceptable to the EU do you really think there would be a different result?

        80/20 perhaps against 96/4 but it hardly alters the position.

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        • 181
          A probing forensic question says:

          Is anyone seriously arguing the majority of people in the Crimea want to turn their backs on Russia and look to Europe for economic salvation?

          Kiev will thieve more off them than the Russians.

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        • 182
          Anon says:

          Postal votes in the UK, err including welsh land.

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        • 184
          SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          Using a format acceptable to the EU means keep holding the same referendum over again until they get the correct result .

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  56. 160
    Chooba says:

    The tosspot MPs will hardly be in the H of C in the next few weeks. Nothing to do except take holidays. So few laws to consider it seems. The main power is in the EU where the majority of laws are now made so why do these MPs, untrained, need to be above a tech grade, say £30k pa?

    Hague while criticising Crimea undemocratic elections neatly forgets postal voting abuses here of an appalling level and the excess Scotch Lab fodder which is worth thirty MPs.

    You couldn’t make it up.

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  57. 161
    Ah! Simps FFS says:

    The plane could have landed at any one of 640 airports.

    Err ” Hi, I’m looking for…” X 640.

    No answer, take a closer look.

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    • 164
      Ah! Simps FFS says:

      Second thought …Simps with exception of India

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    • 166
      A Neddy says:

      The plane could only have landed on 640 airports if it intended to take off again. If it only has to land, there are a loads more places it could have ended up, though landing in the dark on a road takes a certain amout of skill most civilian airline pilots lack these days. It would take lots of practice, maybe on a simulator….

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      • 177
        SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        Land on a road for christs sake who came up with that one? Does he have any idea of the size of these things?

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        • 180
          was it something I said? says:

          And to what end?

          Are they all sitting on some remote ‘B’ road in the Arctic Circle waiting for a mobile phone signal?

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          • Hercule Poirot says:

            That is the more interesting question than how they got there.

            Why would someone want to hold such a bunch of passengers alive and incommunicado for so long?

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          • Twampersand mk III says:

            The fact it lost radar contact is all important. A plane that size, with zero radar detection defenses, ONLY disappears from radar, at 30,000 ft, because it is no longer in the sky, i.e. there was a catastrophic failure or a bomb. Deliberate crashing is not possible as the plane’s descent would have been tracked.

            Rag heads have blown it up and killed everybody and the Malay government does not want to admit it.

            Loads of muslims on a disappeared airliner with muslim pilots from a muslim country?

            Ask Occam what has happend to it.

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        • 185
          A Neddy says:

          Planes, even Boeings, can stop in much smaller spaces than you might think – so long as the pilot doesn’t have to worry too much about passenger comfort or keeping the tyres intact for a take-off.

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  58. 167
    Chooba says:

    Why, if the pilots family moved out the home the day before the flight on which day the pilot was also attending the trial of the sodomy politico, according to the DM is there no mention on the news conferences or commentators. Surely if true the guy flipped in the air, there was a fight and…

    Also why no mention of the object in the sky in flames reported initially at several places on the north east Malaysia Coast?

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  59. 172
    Anon says:

    Who is that moos bitch in the big glasses who comes on Wright Stuff criticising Us all the time. f@ck off to burka land if you want to see changes made.

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  60. 178
    Just trying to help says:

    I am not making this up.

    Ukrainian Trade Unions are bricking themselves because the Crimeans are nationalizing some nice holiday resorts they own in Crimea.

    No wonder the Government in Kiev are ordering all able bodied men there to get a Kalashnikov.

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  61. 188
    Michael of Casablanca says:

    By this logic you should tax everyone on over 100k at 80% and they will feel even more successful. Show them how much they matter George.

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  62. 195
    Barry says:

    Why would I want to buy the original artwork? Why would anybody? Does anybody?

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  63. 200
    Anonymous says:

    I jizzed myself at this picture. Isn’t he gorgeous. My fantasy made real. I’m going to print the cartoon and laminate it. I can tug myself to ecstasy while looking at gorgeous Gideon.

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  64. 208
    broderick crawford says:

    Why don t you audution for the Rocky Horror Show George

    The ” thighs ” definitely have it !

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  65. 216
    Arse fuck for Guiness says:

    Well, it’s that day again when the Irish miss work and spend all day drinking.

    Monday.

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  66. 220
    One of the 7 million expats who fled. says:

    Yes George, we like paying 40% tax. In fact I liked it so much I left the UK and now pay 20% tax.

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