March 23rd, 2014

What is in Guido’s Sun Column Today?

Get all the latest gossip for just 70p down the newsagents. In this week’s column don’t miss out on:

  • Why has Tony Blair been sounding out top financiers in the City?
  • John Bercow is enjoying the services of a £383,000-a-year entourage. Find out how much he’s cost the taxpayer since 2010.
  • Which football club boss has been helping out a Tory MP?
  • Where is the next Labour selection stitch up?
  • Anne McIntosh’s fans have a kamikaze plan to help her keep her seat.
  • Funeral market forces would make Maggie smile
  • How the Chancellor’s parliamentary aide unwound after bingo poster-gate
  • Lord Ashcroft’s toast to Osborne

Politics for the people at just 70p…


409 Comments

  1. 1
    Massa says:

    Bah! First Wendi betrays me, and now Geedo stops claiming the sun online costs only a quid per month.

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  2. 2
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Last night I watched Brokeback Mountain and I masturbated so hard I tore all the foreskin off my cock. The irony is not lost on me.

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  3. 4
    Solar Plexus says:

    Come on, Guido, time to up your game. Flares are so yesterday.

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  4. 5
    003½ says:

    http://tinyurl.com/pzglq8a

    Sт℮ρhℯη K Ѧmøs

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  5. 6
    albacore says:

    In view of who Kinnock’s’s married to
    Anyone reckon that the E U
    Feels that a new Viking invasion
    Would be a jolly fine occasion?
    And installing him, a tame M P
    Like all the other sods seem to be
    Now, that would really facilitate
    Killing what’s left of a British state
    Mind you,that’s already well in hand
    Using immigration, neatly planned

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  6. 7
    Fuck off Chucky says:

    Watching that smug twat Chucky on Marr’s show this morning, I also wondered how Marr has the nerve to be on TV again, after it was revealed the hypocritical cock took out a super injunction a few years ago to cover up his extra marital affair. Granted, his wife Jackie Ashley is no one’s idea of an attractive life partner, but if he wants to be in public life interviewing politicians, he should either avoid shagging other women or just take what he gets when found out. Not even Two Jags, Three Pies and Four Curries Prescott took out a super injunction when he was found to have been blowing his beans up his diary secretary’s muff.

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  7. 8
    Naive of Dunoon says:

    Quite often these days the news talks about Female Genital Mutilation which they now like to abbreviate as FMG. What is it, why is it done and why is it considered bad ?

    Circumcision is easy ish to understand and Google about but “Female Genital Mutilation” is not.

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    • 14
      P l e b says:

      Is that a satirical way of saying you approve of either?

      And we should be shouting from the rooftops our opposition to sharia law being introduced by the Law Society.

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      • 22
        Naive of Dunoon says:

        No. It was a genuine question.

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      • 25
        Last Will and Testament says:

        The Law society are not introducing Sharia law. They are just giving Will guidance.

        The last thing we need is the state or Europe dictating what a Will can or not can include. If I decide to leave all of my money and estate to my dog I don’t want some jumped up Judge saying I have violated my Wife’s human rights and the Dog gets nothing and the wife takes all.

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        • 31
          His Dog says:

          *licks balls, and farts*

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        • 133
          Táxpáyér says:

          The wife will get all. That’s what marriage is for.

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        • 151
          Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

          So millions of Britons suffer discrimination, unemployment and lower wages due to pro EU bigotry and The Law Society are impotent.
          The rich get worried about their EU imposing EU Laws on their Wills and The Law Society get excited.
          Fascists.

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      • 26
        rick says:

        No child should be subjected to genital mutilation in this country – male or female.
        What they do in their own countries is up to them, obviously.

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        • 27
          Explain says:

          Why?

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          • rick says:

            Why is it wrong to mutilate a child? – or why is it none of our business what they do in their own country. Please be more specific.

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          • Why is a crooked letter says:

            Mutilate is a deliberately provocative word much like denier when used with global warming.

            So why is circumcision wrong in Britain but OK elsewhere?

            No one seems to complain in Britain about Children having pierced lips, eyebrows, nostrils etc just for the sake of fashion.

            In North America Circumcision is the normal common practice and not down to religion but the BBC never complains about that. Obama is almost certainly Circumcised.

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          • Ma­q­bo­­ul says:

            Female circumcision is nothing like male circumcision. The latter is done for health reasons for those persons who are unlikely wash their cock every day. The former description is misleading as it would suggest that only skin is removed but what is done is the removal of the clitoris. Not for health reasons but to prevent the female enjoying sex. You see in the tribal backwaters women are no more than a chattel put on Earth for man’s pleasure. It is also a form of chastity belt in that if the woman does not enjoy sex she won’t go looking for it elsewhere.

            Utterly brutal and barbaric and to think that it is happening in modern Britain in the 21st century is a shame on all of us. Once again the liberals fear of criticism ethnics allows these practices to flourish.

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          • Naive of Dunoon says:

            Thanks for answering my question Maqboul.

            You have explained well. I really had no idea what Female Genital Mutilation was or why. The BBC never explain it and just suggest in their BBC way that it is a bad thing and I suppose they assume that their viewer knows what it is. I can’t be the only one.

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          • Táxpáyér says:

            Both sexes circumcision is done for preventing sexual activity.

            In males it’s to deter masturbation, in females to deter all sexual activity.

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          • Ma­q­bo­­ul says:

            Oh yeah, that’ll work.

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          • SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

            Maqboul why do you assert that this practice is a shame on all of us, it is only a shame on those who carry it out11

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          • Vlad the Loudhailer says:

            And here’s me thinking its about Fast Moving Goods.

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          • Ma­q­bo­­ul says:

            True except that we are silent for fear of upsetting the minority perpetrators. So we all say nowt in the interests of racial harmony.

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          • (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

            It is a shame on us all that we tolerate either!

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      • 216
        broderick crawford says:

        yes plus 10000 Pleb . sharia law being cobtemplated as permissible under the official monicker of the law society is the thin end of the wedge eventuallyopening up the nest if vipers which leads to full taleban-like authority in UK within fice years ….Shame !!!!

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    • 23
      Vive l'égalité says:

      High time we repatriated all men who are incomplete.

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    • 76
      Chief Rabbi says:

      We believe in Male Genital Mutilation (MGM)

      Gender equality and all that, please

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    • 84
      universal studios says:

      universe is per verse.

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  8. 9
    Party on says:

    The Sun says “Le Vell’s 3 in bed cocaine romp” like it’s a bad thing. Sounds a great time to me.

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    • 42
      Error 404 says:

      It might be if one knew what it meant.

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    • 82
      Editor of GQ glossy rag says:

      Sounds like the Chipping Norton Set to me

      Or what is left of it

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    • 88
      Press Gazette says:

      The Editor the Sun is just jealous

      And distributing any vile to divert attention from half of his former staff now on trial for industrial scale crime

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    • 156
      Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

      Is this the MSM hounding someone to suicide ? The guy has problems but he’s an actor not a role model or a moral guardian.
      Why not wipe the cisterns in the H of C, H of L and the gentlemen’s clubs across Mayfair and St. James ?

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      • 162
        Editor of the Sun, Muroch poodle says:

        We are the moral guardians

        That is why dozens of our reporters and staff have either pleaded guilty to or are charged with industrial scale crime

        Most other members of our staff are either alcoholics adulters or koke fuelled

        So we are the moral guardians of Britain

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    • 210
      Blind Pew says:

      And they are offering 2 free tickets.

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  9. 10
    P l e b says:

    Off to Asda to not buy the Sun…

    Where did our Scouse friend go – the one who reminded us every Sunday that no one in Liverpool buys the Sun?

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    • 12
      Chavtastic says:

      Asda is a great place for a Pleb. Enjoy.

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    • 20
      Chavda says:

      I wouldn’t admit to shopping at Asda if I were you. On the occasions I’ve had to go because it was the closest place at that moment, it felt like I’d walked onto the set of The Hills Have Eyes. Just a parade of hideous, illiterate, uneducated, inbred mongs who buy albums by X Factor singers and worshipped Jade Goody as an icon.

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      • 43
        Error 404 says:

        Very numerous in Scotland.

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      • 51
        Snobs united, we can afford a better shop says:

        That’s what all the so called comedians said about Aldi and Lidl, both supermarkets a very busy these days, keep it up, Asda is doing quite well and a bit of nastiness in PR is always a help.

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        • 71
          Gross Err says:

          Aldi and Lidl sell superior goods to most supermarkets with quality comparable to Waitrose. The difference is massive savings in multi tasking staff and stacking goods in the boxes they are delivered in so Waitrose wins on customer environment. Asda sell tack.

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        • 257
          NE Frontiersman says:

          Curious, isn’t it, that Aldi and Lidl don’t seem to employ comedians to do their voice-overs?

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      • 115
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

        You can still enjoy all the great bargains at ASDA by shopping online with none of the hassle of actually going there.

        For between £3 and £5 you can have someone else do your shopping for you and deliver it to your door at a time of your choosing.

        What’s not to like :-)

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      • 176
        carlo gambino says:

        havda says:
        Just a parade of hideous, illiterate, uneducated, inbred mongs who buy albums by X Factor singers and worshipped Jade Goody as an icon
        ——————————————————————

        So you’re a Chelsea fan and worshipped Didier Drogba ‘as an icon’.

        Explain to me what the difference is.

        And you went to the pub on friday night because ‘that’s what you do’.

        *You’re* one of the ‘sheeple’ as well – you just don’t have the intellect to realise it.

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        • 196
          Chavda says:

          Not quite, cock breath. Stop projecting. I’m not interested in football in the slightest. I wasn’t at the pub on Friday but there’s nothing wrong with pubs, unless you’re a muzee or Ed Miliband.

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      • 305
        karma says:

        Hah – They all thought the same about you

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    • 78
      ! says:

      The percentage white man? Sadly the victim of enrichment violence.

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    • 215
      Dave says:

      They dont buy anything.

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  10. 13
    Comfort spending says:

    Some people comfort eat, some people drink to forget their problems. Bercow deals with being a cuckold by comfort spending at our expense. While his wife is out getting shafted by BBC, he tries to boost his sense of self worth by going around with a huge entourage, so he can tell himself “I’m better than the Leroys and Denzils she’s partying with! I have a chauffeur and servants!”

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    • 16
      P l e b says:

      The c-unt should cut down on his foreign tours and go to bingo instead.

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    • 129
      Tits says:

      These runt sized barrow boys are all the same

      Chip on the shoulder

      Always trying to show they are important…fiddling expenses and dodgy deals

      Just look at “Lord” Sugar

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    • 338
      A Crackerjack pencil says:

      I’m being shafted by the BBC

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  11. 17
    Andrew Efiong says:

    I’ll wait for tomorrow’s web-logging to get Guido’s Sun column recycled online here for free!

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  12. 18
    Tony Blair is a war criminal says:

    Nice to see the Sunday Politics so balanced today. Nick Watt, fat Polly and some bloke from the Times.

    Fat Polly didn’t like Brillo’s dig about her second home.

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    • 32
      Hypocrisy Watch says:

      Quite, and the Labour MP for Ealing North, Steve Pound, was just berating the Tory party for looking to find a safe Tory seat in order to spring-board Boris back into Parliament. The Beeboid host just managed to avoid mentioning Stephen Kinnock.

      I just love the smell of hypocrisy in the morning.

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      • 91
        Baboon's arse says:

        Stephen “Rent-a-Quote” Pound is available for BBC, etc., interviews at the following rates:

        Radio: £2.50/hr
        TV: £3.50/hr

        Extra for controversial quote (to be discussed with producer): £1.50.
        Extra for using phrase “Tory-led Coalition”: 50p per repetition.
        Extra (TV only) for polishing head beforehand: £1.00.

        Cash only, in advance. Thanks.

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    • 35
      Bez says:

      And me. I think. I was off my tits.

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      • 50
        Tony Blair is a war criminal says:

        Bez or was that twat? Why was he on the TV? He was clearly on some substance.

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        • 58
          Bez's mum says:

          No, he’s like that all the time. His brain is now completely shot due to the drugs. Wouldn’t surprise me if he’s taking the heroin substitute methadone under prescription.

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        • 86
          ! Gazbez alert ! says:

          At least he had the teeth in. Stil excited when he gets on the telly. Basically, no to everythin mod and let’s live in caves and stuff with Central eatin of course supplied by Put in gas for free.

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      • 158
        Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

        He’d just got home after a night fisting the lemons man !!

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    • 136
      Táxpáyér says:

      BBC is actively censoring people who have been correct about Climate change (it’s not getting hotter), and promoting anyone who’ll tell lies about the effects of homoeopathic amounts of CO2.

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    • 219
      Dave says:

      Face like thunder.

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    • 221
      Dave says:

      Face like thunder.

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  13. 21
    Tony Blair is a war criminal says:

    All the BBC’s criticism of letting people spend their pensions has now stopped since it also became Labour Party policy.

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    • 28
      The BBC are so predictable says:

      I noticed that too.

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    • 30
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      *** Breaking news***
      Shock, horror, people are allowed to decide what they do with their own money, latest from taxpayer funded quango.

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    • 46
      Mr Nobody says:

      Yes, it didn’t go unnoticed here either. As ever, BBC news follows Labour’s agenda.

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    • 93
      ! Gazbez alert ! says:

      But Dame Nicky still pushing, today some slave dependent wants compo, said an apology would do but sorry Love we know what you want, ed’s Money Tree getting tight is it?

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  14. 24
    Well I never did !!! says:

    Just took this latest USA wizardry test that is supposed to tell politicians voting intentions so that knowwho to target (i.e. Populus profiling test from BBC Daily Sunday Politics website where people are segmented according to attitude )and result is that I am apparently inclined to vote Labour( RFLMAO…..Hell would have to freeze over before I would EVER consider voting Labour.)

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    • 29
      The BBC are cunts says:

      If it’s on our website, it’s programmed to tell EVERYONE that they are inclined to vote Labour.

      Nudge, nudge….

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      • 291
        Every right-thinking Englishman says:

        I got 99% “calm persitance” and 0-1% for everything else.
        “calm persistence” is the major charactoristic of Labour Voters.

        Looks like I’m another Lefty troll

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    • 53
      Error 404 says:

      Polling is now apparently an academic activity:

      http://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=Populus+voting+intentions&hl=en&as_sdt=0&as_vis=1&oi=scholart&sa=X&ei=HNAuU-OzB7HB7AaovYDQBg&ved=0CCQQgQMwAA

      Must be the same academics who predict millions dead by teatime from:

      1. climate change
      2. aids
      3. sars
      4. bird ‘flu
      5. all of the above

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    • 68
      Left and Right says:

      If it’s originally from the US, then it’s based on American standards of what constitute left and right. If you don’t believe a 5 year old should go on death row for accidentally killing someone, you’ll be classified as Democrat or its equivalent in whatever country the test is taken. If you say someone lying on a street corner bleeding to death shouldn’t be given emergency medical treatment, you’d be deemed a Republican or its equivalent. Equally, if you say earth is 7000 years old and dinosaur fossils are a hoax, you’d be classified as Republican. And so on.

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      • 99
        Baboon's arse says:

        That is because the whole political landscape of Britain, you included, has been successfully shifted to the left by the cultural Marxists.

        BTW it’s only 6000 years, not 7000 :-)

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  15. 33
    MI6 says:

    Where is Chilcot?

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  16. 36
    Fuck the LibLabCon says:

    Bez is now on Sunday Politics.

    It truly is a pantomime to fool the masses.

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  17. 37
    Boris Carloffe says:

    Polly Toynbee is an absolute fool. without any common sense. Talk of anyone who is out of touch and she must come top of the list. She has never stood for parliament or done anything worthwhile in her life. Why is she on the TV.

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    • 52
      Tony Blair is a war criminal says:

      Actually that’s St Polly and she’s a £150K a year top class journalists you know. Also worked for the BBC for years.

      Never have guessed.

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    • 111
      Baboon's arse says:

      >Why is she on the TV.

      Well, her grandad was none other than Arnold Toynbee, statist and hero of the Left. Then her dad was Philip Toynbee, a communist, journalist, composer of execrable verse and all-around twat, who inherited the belief that intellectuals know best and have a licence to tell everyone else how to behave: a belief he passed on to his none-too-bright and ugly daughter, who has only got where she is through influence.

      That’s why the BBC love her, and that’s why she gets paid for writing clickbait for the Guardian.

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    • 137
      Táxpáyér says:

      Nepotism has been her entire life.

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  18. 41
    Tony Blair says:

    Give us a bung

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  19. 45
    Taxpayer says:

    Tony Blair sounding out the banksters?

    To pull off the next Pomzi scheme?

    For which we will have pay? Again…

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  20. 55
    Owen Jones,Socialist turned Capitalist says:

    Tally-ho you’ve never had it so good.

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  21. 62
    SamCam says:

    After the Budget reforms, Daddy says the interest on the interest from family investments will sky-rocket! :)

    Isn’t my Dave clever?

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  22. 63
    Liar MPs says:

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  23. 94
    M103 says:

    Gosh, it’s almost as if Osborne, the Tory party’s chief election strategist, planned a surge in the party’s popularity during the 14 month run up to the 2015 election, by phasing his economic policies as Chancellor.

    If only the Eds had thought of that

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  24. 95
    Editor of the Sun says:

    My Deputy Shagged a Wag in his Jag

    He thought he was John Prescott

    Too much of the white stuff, I’m afraid

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    • 299
      beyond turd.day says:

      for those who feel sat on a saturday,
      say “I have been seconded”
      for a non white uplift.

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  25. 98
    Madoff Mandelson says:

    I’m beyond the Pale

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  26. 106
    The Indy says:

    Spanish anti-austerity protesters clash with police

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/spanish-antiausterity-protesters-clash-with-police-9210234.html

    They say the government has eroded the country’s much-valued public health and education systems, while saddling Spaniards with sky-high unemployment and more debt

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    • 139
      Táxpáyér says:

      Obviously they’ve been indoctrinated by the “much-valued” edumakation system…

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    • 167
      Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

      The Independent managed to put conservative, cuts and austerity in to this report without mentioning the EU, the Euro and the ECB screwing Spaniard’s living standards in to the ground.

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  27. 107
    Owen Jones,Socialist turned Capitalist says:

    25% of Labour voters are on medication for a mental illness.
    The other 75% are running around fucking untreated!

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    • 112
      Crystal Meths, oh lordy lordy says:

      And their leaders are stoned out of their boxes

      They have the same supplier as I have

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  28. 108
    ! says:

    After the decades of liebor misrule and confiscation from the industrious followed by the penury due to McMongs policies, refreshing to find that the Squeezed Middle and Boomers are actually a valuable voting block.

    George for PM.

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    • 118
      IMF says:

      You aint seen nothing yet

      Wait until we send you the bill for Ukraine

      To pay off billions to the London Oligarchs

      ROFL

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  29. 110
    P l e b says:

    The economy is doing so well that we still haven’t got our AAA rating back.

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    • 113
      Standard & Poorer says:

      If you pay us enough like the banks do

      We will restore your rating to anything you like

      Look what we did for all those billions of sub prime mortgages

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    • 116
      Victor Meldrew ( Ukip ) says:

      Ever silver lining has a cloud.

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      • 169
        Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

        Each taxpayer owes £60,000 to the unelected global banking system. Gideon is just another posh boy filling his boots at our expense.
        “I DON’T BELIEVE IT” that retards still vote Tory.

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        • 366
          don't you hate it when your country does well says:

          That all happened under the Labour government, and in particular Gordon Brown’s genius decision to bail out the banks instead of letting them fail, then knighting his great scotchist chum Fred the shred Goodwin.

          Nothing to do with the tories you daft lefty bigot.

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    • 316
      don't you hate it when your country does well says:

      We’ve had it back for ages

      tough shit lefty

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  30. 117
    ! says:

    Sharia Law to be enshrined in British legal system as lawyers get guidelines on drawing up documents according to Islamic rules

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2587215/Sharia-Law-enshrined-British-legal-lawyers-guidelines-drawing-documents-according-Islamic-rules.html

    Oh, goody, more enlightened enrichment. Such a force for good. What next, female beheading?

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    P l e b says:

    None of the pubs near me have taken 1p off a pint.
    I asked for it at my local and I got that condescending silly old pensioner smile from them

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    • 142
      SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      Because you don’t understand there was never a question about 1 penny of a pint ,it is 1penny off the DUTY on a pint.
      The real difference is the end of the Labour duty escalator for the second budget on the run which has stopped the price of a pint rising by about 30 p over the last year or so .

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    • 184
      Country Yokel says:

      Bloody metropolitans thinking working class people all spending their time drinking beer and playing Bingo! It’s time they did something for us country folk. If they’d legalize bare-knuckle boxing, dog-fighting, smoking ganja, incest (consenting straight adults only) and relations with sheep they’d get most of the rural vote back in no time.

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  33. 128
    Alex Salmond, formerly the cleverest man in politics says:

    Just thinking about what to call Scotland after independence.

    The Independent Socialist Republic of Scotland has a nice ring to it. Doh, I said ‘ring’, fnar! fnar!

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  34. 134
    Adam Smith says:

    Banksterism is not capitalism

    Can you please enforce the Rule of Law?

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    • 141
      Mad, Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin ( Member in absentia ) says:

      We suspended the rules in 1997 after a huge amount of time and money was spent on our prawn cocktail offensives.

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      • 145
        Blue Peter Goldfish says:

        Ah, those were the days, then you could depend on a prawn cocktail for a Starter (shrimps covered with sauce).

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    • 144
      A Bankster says:

      “Can you please enforce the Rule of Law?”

      Ha, ha…we own the law!

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  35. 143
    Sam the Skull drinking Buckfast in Maryhill says:

    Scotland has solved its problems. It drinks Buckfast. The only remaining problem is England, and Scotland will soon take care of that.
    England produces Buckfast and should drink more of it, to solve its own problems.
    Buckfast – solution to the world’s problems.

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  36. 146
    T.B£iar - the People's Messiah says:

    I would never do anything to harm the country or anything improper. I think most people who have dealt with me think I’m a pretty straight sort of guy, and I am.

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    • 152
      Idon'tneednodoctor says:

      Mansion tax.

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      • 178
        C.O.Jones says:

        In two generations (when the roof needs replacing) they will be handing it to the National Trust.

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        • 186
          was it something I said? says:

          The Blair dynasty will be able to rely on taxpayer’s upkeep of MPs homes for the foreseeable future.

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    • 153
      Lord Chief Justice says:

      The People’s Gangster

      Arrest and try the man

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    • 161
      P l e b says:

      Mandelson and Blair used the Labour Party as a trojan horse to set up a faux-Tory party.In fact you righties should thank them both for furthering the cause of NeoCon liberalist Thatcherism when the ‘official’ Tory party was in no fit state to (under Hague/IDS/Dracula).

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      • 166
        was it something I said? says:

        Ha. That old canard. Labour destroyed the economy because they were being ‘too Thatcherite’. Aye. That’ll be it. Fatcher would have hired one million public sector workers and paid them with borrowed money. She was obsessed with creating public sector workers she was. Couldn’t get enough of them. Or pay them too much.

        That’s the ‘neo-cons’ all over that is. Massive public sector recruitment, massive public sector payrises and all funded with borrowed money. Tory politics to the core.

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        • 175
          Not a lib/lab/con dupe says:

          It’s no good, Pleb doesn’t understand the big issues, their kind only likes to trumpet what the rich labour barons broadcast, that’s why they accept the name ‘pleb’. Always have done, always will.

          There is no hope for them, no hope at all.

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      • 172
        Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

        Those corporate thieves are Republican Wall Street criminals protected by the Bilderberg Group.
        Without Establishment protection they would have fallen at the first sign of cottaging or young boys.

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    • 164
      David Blunkett says:

      Looks like a big bungalow to me…

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    • 188
      Gaddafi's Ghost says:

      Where the hell did he get the money for that?

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    • 251
      what a tnuc the man is says:

      There are enough high places to jump from when your conscience demands amends Tony.

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      • 384
        Purr Fekshonist says:

        … especially if there is a nice length of piano wire tied tightly around your neck at the time…

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    Owen Jones,Socialist turned Capitalist says:

    IDS, IDS, Iain,Iain Duncan Smith… He’s got no hair but we don’t care. Iain,Iain Duncan Smith… Since we are singing for leadership contenders.

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    Lard Everard says:

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    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    I’m getting very confused about this charity ‘business’ these days.

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    the mystical mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    In the movies the spooks can read car number plates by satellite cameras so how come the photos of the stuff that might be plane wreckage looks so crap ?
    and another thing:
    If Obama is a CIA stooge wouldn’t we be better not getting involved in their scheming ?

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    • 252
      Barry Omaha says:

      I’m playing golf you idiot

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      C O (Ξ7g) says:

      i) Most of the plane wreckage photo’s have been taken by Ch!nese satellites.

      ii) The highest resolution shots will not be released for national security reasons.

      ‘Identifying’ plane wreckage in this way is hazardous due to problems with resolution of image and nature of target. The technology is designed to look for large clearly defined objects – like warships – not floating bits of debris.

      Digital and random noise could be giving false positives on the images which is why the recon-planes are having a hard time finding anything.

      C’lintons / B’ush were C!A stooges – O’bama is not.

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        the mystical mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

        h**ps://theobamahustle.wordpress.com/tag/social-security-number/
        h**p://www.birtherreport.com/2013/09/investigative-journalist-obama.html

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    To be sure to be sure, potatoes etc etc says:

    Geedo, you drunk mick, why no coverage of the Oirish politician who’s quit after sending messages to a 17 year old asking her if she wants to be spanked and messages to a woman constituent asking her to visit his office in a skirt?

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    • 197
      the mystical mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

      bog horror, t’is the little twittercauns, making mischief to be sure

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        The net is closing in the beardy bastard says:

        Or,Gerry Adams closest comrade in the early days of the Troubles being arrested and charged in the case of murdered Jean McConville

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    • 202

      Do you see the bit at the top of the page that refers to “Westminster”?

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        To be sure to be sure, potatoes, etc etc says:

        That didn’t stop you posting about Canadian Rob Ford, American John Edwards and Italian Silvio Berlusconi. I like tittle tattle and gossip about all nationalities.

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          C O (Ξ7g) says:

          Of more interest is who is supplying certain folk in NI with S’emtex these days, but that is not really a topic for this blog ;-)

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          • C O (Ξ7g) says:

            But Bla!r’s double cross over Stormont and Cameron’s failure to handle that could be, over the next few months…

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  43. 199
    StevieBC says:

    Why would a GF reader buy The Sun?
    Why would a Sun customer read order-order?

    Is GF trying to ‘dumb down’ his website to appeal to the same demographic?

    It used to be a great site too – c.2009… :(

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  44. 201
    Owen Jones,Socialist turned Capitalist says:

    The internet is down. -_- how highly intolerable.

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  45. 207
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    When I first came to London I thought the streets were paved with gold.

    Turns out it was just sunlight reflecting off the pools of piss.

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    • 211
      Skeleton Bob says:

      The streets are paved with rubies in Hackney. Or are they rivers of blood?

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      • 225
        Idon'tneednodoctor says:

        I heard on the news that it could have been an accident. Yes it’s an accident that three youths have a gun, yes it’s an accident that a young girl is shot dead, yes it’s all a fucking accident. One day somebody will be responsible for their actions.

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      • 301
        Hackney Street Cleaner says:

        Its over eating body rejecting mess with a sprinkling of builders dust with the occasional dog poo.

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    T.B£iar - the People's Messiah says:

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    broderick crawford says:

    Sorry Gweeds don t need to buy or subscribe . I just walk into my local Sainsburys peruse the paper(s) of my choice undusturbed and put them back on the rack .
    Yes I am a rogue , a bounder and a thoroughly mean barsteward .

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  48. 214

    Having just received a Guido ad for the Tory sh*t rag for stupid people ‘the Sun’ via my email I can now say I have made my mind up this is a crap site and It’s time I stopped receiving its emails.
    BYE

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  49. 218
    , says:

    Birmingham state school being probed amid claims £70,000 was spent on playground speakers to call pupils to Islamic prayers

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2587304/Birmingham-state-school-probed-amid-claims-70-000-spent-playground-speakers-call-pupils-Islamic-prayers.html#ixzz2woDuJMmJ

    …………

    Two bad mozz stories in one day from the DM, it’s like a wedge opening up the crack ever wider. Stop this mozz badass stuff now.

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    • 220
      Mozzwatch says:

      For £70k I should think you could also have prewired the whole of the brum street lamps ready for the big day when everyone must stop work and attend, arse up to the west, or else.

      About 18months away , less if weak little ed gets in.

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    • 222
      (optional) says:

      Don’t these fuckers have watches or clocks?

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      • 230
        Podiceps says:

        You can buy an alarm clock in the shape of a mosque which goes off at prayer times. A bit heavy to carry around, perhaps. You can also get apps for iPhone and Android that do the same thing AND have a special compass that points you in the direction of Mecca.

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    • 232
      Anonymous says:

      Don’t you just love reading about how taxpayers money is wasted in the name of appeasement? I suppose next year, the entire school will partake in the H ajj, and that will be costing a lot more than £70,000!

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  50. 228
    Podiceps says:

    ‘The political backbiter who every MP fears’ is an awkward phrase. It ought to be ‘whom’, but I doubt this word has ever appeared in the Sun. ‘The political backbiter every MP fears’ avoids the problem and sounds much better.

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  51. 231
    We says:

    Tut tut, It should be:
    The political backbiter WHOM every MP fears.

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  52. 233
    BINGO! George Osborne says:

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      Top of the shop says:

      So it was signed off by Gideon at Legs Eleven then.

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    • 239
      ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

      It is widely reported that no pubs have reduced the price of their beer. Therefore who exactly is this advertisement aimed at?

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    • 243
      Shnapps Apps says:

      I wonder where he got The Truth from!!

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    • 272
      Fishy says:

      Why does this BBC, lefty activist keep getting his tweet republished.

      Anyone would think that a thousand people are making the same point but in reality it’s just a couple of people like this BEEBOID who’s getting their message across a thousand times.

      Be aware that this tosser is an Editor at the BBC and is working straight from the Gramsci book of mind twisting.

      Why didn’t the BBC (Marr) pull Umunna up for his condescension this morning when he referred to people as ‘THEY’? If Sutton can’t show any impartiality and integrity he shouldn’t be at the BBC

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  53. 235
    Owen Jones,Socialist turned Capitalist says:

    I’m sick to death of my neighbour’s cat shitting in my flower beds. So I’ve bought one of those cat repellents.

    A crossbow.

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    • 248
      the mystical mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

      tiger or lion shit is supposed to deter household cats.

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      • 254
        Podiceps says:

        And you don’t need to live near a zoo: Google for ‘Silent Roar’. I have been told by users that it works, but smells spectacular after rain and has to be replenished often.

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  54. 236
    C O (Ξ7g) says:

    This is tip of the iceberg:

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/mi5-warns-british-officials-beware-3273487#.Uy4VB5X1zOQ.twitter

    The difficulty will be, considering the Evan’s case as an example, if a number are stung then how easy will it be to replace them without putting SVR or GRU agents inadvertently in ?

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    • 242
      Sir Humphrey says:

      Good work Agent C O (Ξ7g) it sounds great awful. Now book me six months in Moscow and make sure my wife can’t go.

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      • 250
        C O (Ξ7g) says:

        To be fair, Anna Chapman remains the best looking honey trap of late.

        Still though, in that report (and others elsewhere) the reporters avoid stating that p3do honey traps exist.

        Odd, given K’inkora… or not maybe ;-)

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        • 264
          Russian oligarch says:

          No need for honey traps nowadays

          You are years out of date

          We just b r I b e all the taxis for hire (remember them?)

          Including your political parties

          Why do you think we are untouchable even in the midst of the current crisis?

          PS We even buy your best football clubs and newspapers!

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          • C O (Ξ7g) says:

            That can be fixed quickly.

            Just requires UK authorities to set a few K’hodorkovsky examples: worked out well for P’tin.

            The real problem is that a core of the civil service and political elite are deeply compromised.

            Why else would the UK media have been working so hard to socialize and blunt public opinion to child sexual abuse related matters over the past year or so ?

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    • 259
      Nigel Evans says:

      There are enough British honey traps without resorting to Cold War fantasies old chap

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    • 263
      FT reporter says:

      I’m sure that all the woes of Britain are the fault of the Russians

      Oh hang on, don’t they all deposit their money in the Cesspit City?

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    • 267
      Editor of the Economist says:

      What a ridiculous article. Official British government policy is to grant immunity to the Russian and Ukranian oligarchs and their hundreds of laundered billions in Cesspit City of London

      They have bought Blair, Mandelson and many others to get protection

      The British banks do what they want, along with their corrupt lawyers

      What possible interest is some two bit civil servant to them?

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    • 298
      Chris Bryánt says:

      What about Marmite traps for those that do not like Honey?

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  55. 249
    Surely an error Chris? says:

    Parliament: the Biography (Volume I))
    By Chris Bryant

    Includes thugs, scoundrels, womanisers, but no mention of any male MP’s who strip down to their undies, take a selfie, then post the photo on a website to entice a man for sex.

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      chris wants it says:

      his selfie got no replies that he wanted. Guido still! looking at it. Well a reply might yet happen.

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  56. 260
    Anonymous says:

    The BBC gets a mention.

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      C O (Ξ7g) says:

      Most of the so called truth seeker movements are components of what can be considered active measure operations. Most – but not of these operations – are operated out of R’ussia. Some major ones also exist sourcing in !ran / !srael.

      With respect the interview above, RT was and remains instrumental in covering up a lot of A”ssad’s war crimes, including the Sar!n attack which nearly saw intervention last year. Perhaps if the proof had not rested so much on !sraeli intel, and the R-Fed fleet was not cruising the East Med, then the intervention would have happened.

      This interview with Liz Wahl is quite illuminating about how RT in particular operates:

      http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2014/03/liz-wahl-quit-russia-today-putins-pawn-104888.html

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      • 286
        The UK supports terror says:

        US/UK backed jihadis beheazd Catholic priest in Syria

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      • 290
        The UK supports terror says:

        US/UK covered up a

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      • 292
        The UK supports terror says:

        US/UK covered up atrocities of mercenary killers in Iraq

        http://www.organicconsumers.org/articles/article_7479.cfm

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      • 294
        The US/UK organises atrocities says:

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        Anonymous says:

        “…A”ssad’s war crimes, including the Sar!n attack which nearly saw intervention last year”

        Boll*cks was it he that was responsible for that attack you neo’con war pimp.

        Fortunately the public here and in the US saw through all the war propaganda – and were massively against ‘intervention’ just as they see what the US / EU / UK are up to in Uk’raine.

        How are your civillian murd’ering organ eating, western backed & trained mercenary friends faring nowadays?

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          C O (Ξ7g) says:

          Public here and in the US did not see the real intelligence that confirms what happened, and UK P’aliament / C’ongress wisely did not take !srael completely at it’s word.

          After the Curveball / Al Campbell fiasco that led to the 2003 invasion of !raq, most are a bit less inclined to intervene or take foreign sourced intel at face value.

          Public mood on such matters has been deeply subverted by foreign influence on media / mainly liberal left entities, however, is broadly irrelevant in such decisions: The folk who peacefully marched past Parliament in opposition of Bla!rs (erroneous) decision demonstrate that quite neatly.

          The insurgents in S’yria you refer to are backed by S’audi A’rabia but predominately Q’atar. They were recently being equipped by Croat!a.

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          • Anonymous says:

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          • C O (Ξ7g) says:

            Surely after the decision last week on Cr!mea, and indeed the UK’s own recent criticism re: Housing by a certain Braz!lian special envoy, not mention their assigning G’ordon B’rown as a special education envoy, you do not credit the UN with anything other than mild contempt ?

            LOL :-)

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          • The view from Haifa says:

            The UN is just another unelected lot of self serving barstewards. The Yanks should stop funding it and most of its activities and chuck the lot of them out of the country.

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        Anonymous says:

        Liz Wahl ? This is the same Liz Wahl that laughed about neo nazi in Ukraine and said that the very idea was Russian propaganda. Liz Wahl, really?

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          Genghiz the kahn says:

          If you had lived in the Ukraine in the 1920s and 30s and had seen people being deliberately starved to death under the USSR, it would be hard not to welcome any invading army in 1941.

          Some Ukrainians sided with Hitler’s Germany, as they had experienced Stalin’s terror at first hand, and their enemy’s enemy was seen as a friend. Genocidal terror wan’t just practised by the Na zis.

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          MI5 says:

          Yes

          And the CIA/Nuland are sending in the mercenary Blackwater killers into Eastern Ukraine

          To carry out the same war crimes as in Afghanistan and Iraq

          One of the reasons the US is hated there

          Blackwater are the armed fascist killers of the neocons

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          • C O (Ξ7h) says:

            Erm – Blackwater doesn’t exist any more.

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          • Next question.... says:

            So where did they all move to then? What is the name of their new company? I don’t believe they just all went back to their little ol’ farms in the west.

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    • 282
      Disgusted taxpayer says:

      The US/UK Coalition in Iraq

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  57. 268
    G**don is a thief says:

    Gordon Charity Brown has an article on education in Syria, in the Telegraph.

    Every time someone comments about the expenses deducted from his charity (one for you, 4 for me) it is up for a minute then rejected. Worth a look to see the string of moderater notes.

    Surely an MP can stand up in the House and ask – is what he is doing is legal (won’t say moral because everyone would laugh) to take 80% from donations made to a charity ?

    Where is HMRC in all of this ?

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    • 274
      G**don is a thief says:

      Sorry it’s in the Guardian not the ST.

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    • 276
      An Economist says:

      HMRC were told to leave politicians and banks alone under New Labour

      The Heir to Blair has continued the tradition

      So they will never have their accounts inspected

      PS Don’t forget that the London tax evasion industry employs thousands of bankers, lawyers and accountants. Why has it become known as Laundry London?

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      • 313
        Idon'tneednodoctor says:

        Could I get my Y-fronts washed and dried?

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        The view from Haifa says:

        .. and purely by coincidence of course, successive Heads of HMRC seem to have landed themselves in First Class on the gravy train.

        By the way, why is it called a gravy train and not the more common gravy boat?

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  58. 278
    Anonymous says:

    Commenting as opinion polls suggest Labour’s lead over the Conservatives is narrowing, shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna said these often “fluctuated” and “what matters is how people vote”.
    No Shit Sherlock, by George I think he’s got it.

    And it won’t be for you low life bongos.

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    • 395
      The view from Haifa says:

      If “he’s got it”, then we need to be told whether or not it is contagious and if he is taking the necessary meds. Some nasty black things keep coming out of Africa. Look at the latest Ebola figures.

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  59. 279
    Anonymous says:

    Wonder who paided for the BIg screen et al?

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  60. 289
    Dodgy D. Laws says:

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      south of the M4 says:

      Let us have a reality check. Council tax has risen relentlessly above inflation for all the Labour years, slowing only slightly under the coalition. Free of a mortgage now, council tax is my biggest outlay. Over £2000 a year paid into the councils coffers. Would be ok with that if it was being used for any good. Nope. I am just helping fund council extravagance, an army of ‘ diversity inspectors’ and a load of other utter wasteful bollocks. David Laws can go *uck himself along with all the other self-serving political elite. I will not be paying extra to have my bins emptied once every two weeks. I shall be placing mine at the council office steps. *astards.

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    • 315
      bung says:

      David Laws is a fucking twat

      I have an 1100 lite bin emptied weekly for 8.00+Vat

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      • 397
        The view from Haifa says:

        Not only a “fucking twat” but also a poofy fraudster who should be doing 10 years in the Scrubs, not pontificating in the HoC.

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  61. 296
    C O (Ξ7g) says:

    W!kileaks is a curious entity. After leaking masses of intercepted cables one thing stands out: Where are the Russ!an cables ?

    Since the S’nowden stories broke, it also appears to have come under control of the FSB.

    !srael Sham!r, is a particularly interesting character here. It is safe to say that he is a strange individual, with some odd views, but more importantly appears to be a clear R’ussian / !sraeli double agent.

    This interview in T’ablet is worth reading:

    http://bit.ly/1gYsXWa

    The interview was conducted in R’ussia, and covers a lot of ground. It is of course mainly concerned with questioning S’hamir’s apparent ‘rabid’ anti-sem!tism.

    The distancing of W!kileaks from S’hamir shortly after A’ssanges ‘bizarre’ initial defence and then distancing from S’hamir and his views.

    S’hamir falsified wikileaks cable related to !ran UN delegates walking out of UN speech: smear against A’hmadinejad government.

    h**p://nym.ag/1dnLRa4

    Mischevious following previous praise in support after A’hmadinejad was ‘elected’, as published on S’hamir’s own site:

    h**p://bit.ly/Q56EEI

    NB: Should be understood that the main powers that control !ran are the Pasdaran and Clerics: The presidential figure and most of the government (outside IRGC) are broad fig leaves.

    Some further background as reported in the G’uardian:

    h**p://bit.ly/1jPbW42

    Some takeaways:

    i) S’hamir has attacked the !ranian government.
    ii) He has also been used to discredit certain pro-Palest!nian causes.
    iii) He has been used to infiltrate W!kileaks – particularly relevant given how they have been integrated into the S’nowden narrative (which is being run out of the K’remlin these days)
    iv) All governments would be partly complicit in seeing this double cross go through as it ultimately helps to discredit the act of whistleblowing. A legitimate public debate exists on this practice which needs to happen.

    In part, despite its protestations, the USG is perhaps quite relieved that the R-Fed are now pointing S’nowden down the clear espionage channel, however, that is a pyrrhic win given the very real and seriously damaging national security leaks which it has cost.

    v) S’hamir’s anti-sem!tism is a front.
    vi) S’hamir has attempted to fundamentally discredit the W!kileaks organization by publishing false leaks, as well as injecting dezinformatsia into the media, notably it would seem through the UK’s P’rivate E’ye publication. (Do they have enemies in either !srael or R’ussia ?)

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      A Conservative says:

      Snowden is actually working with teams of jounalists including Washington Post, Des Spiegel, Guardian etc who have serious backgroung in national security affairs

      So even though he currently lives in Russia, I believe what is coming out, drip by drip

      By its changing reactions and Obama’s statements and statements off the record from the intelligence community, the NSA has accepted that the leaks are true

      Thousands of wikileaks have been subsequently confirmed as true

      The ?Ysraeli agent has come in too late in the day to change things much

      But both wikileaks and Snowden have done a service to the international community in denouncing criminalityin the US and UK intelligence services – let them stick to their real job

      Let’s hope that the Rule of Law preached every day by the US and UK governments is restored one day

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      • 311
        Wisdom only comes with age says:

        Hear, hear.

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      • 319
        C O (Ξ7h) says:

        The problem is that he has not done a good service at all.

        Where the line has been crossed is in the newer releases which pertain more to war planning, weapon designs and troop deployments.

        Anyone who still considers that a good service is blind to what the real meaning of treason is. Similar information from the UK has been handed over to the R-Fed / Ch!na also.

        There has been an attempt to discredit W!kileaks – which I mentioned above – and that attempt was curiously made in an attempted smear against !ran.

        W!kileaks has been fully infiltrated by the R’ussian’s now so should be treated with extreme caution.

        The missing element in W!kileaks remains:

        Where are the communications relating to R’uss!a ?

        Without that W!kileaks can be regarded at best as naive a’ctivism against US interests, and at worst a deep infiltration by R-Fed to isolate the US internationally.

        No criminal action within either the US or UK has been exposed.

        In the public domain at least, only information which is obvious to anyone who knows anything about counter intelligence or SIGINT has been released. Nothing of real value has been, even less in the spun domain of apparent liberty.

        To get S’nowden fully in frame, just consider that he did socially engineer login credentials out of co-workers in order to access systems (mainly P’entagon) from which he stole data using automated tools.

        He then proceeded to M’oscow via Ch!na. (Well H’ong K’ong – which does not extradite on the basis of espionage as it considers that a ‘political crime’).

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        • 333
          A Conservative says:

          You are a funny gimp

          A pure cold war mentality

          Talk about paranoia!

          THE COLD WAR IS OVER

          Crimea is a blip on the radar – caused by the putsch organised by the fascist neocons

          Vlad could not take Ukraine even if he wanted to – everyone half way informed knows that –

          So your obsession with Russia is a sign of hardened arteries old chap and arrested development

          And you worry about disclosing information about Britain

          There is nothing of any interest to find out about Britain which is not in the FT or Reuters

          Britain is “Belgium with a few nukes” nowadays

          Or as the China Daily put it “A good place to learn English and visit the museums”

          PS if you do not understand that NSA GCHQ have been acting criminally, you have closed your ears and eyes for 6 months (look up the Judge on Fox News among others – I posted his constituional analysis here)

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          • A fellow (non-neo) conservative. says:

            +1

            Nicely put!

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          • C O (Ξ7h) says:

            Need to see the DoJ filing some charges.

            The only criminality evident at present is S’nowden’s own, and more is being learned about that on a daily basis.

            Cold War never stopped – just went quiet.

            Ch!na Da!ly was originally set up to help Ch!nese improve their English, but remains a rag promoting the views of the PRC, albeit with a liberal bent.

            Perhaps it is that liberal bent that blinds you to what you are actually reading ?

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          • JJ12 says:

            @329

            “THE COLD WAR IS OVER”

            This is false. Much of went on during the last century has direct consequences on what we are seeing today.

            The West thought they had won the Cold War when Russia “appeared” to drop the Iron Curtain. Though what the West thought China was in the meantime is beyond me.

            “Britain is “Belgium with a few nukes” nowadays”

            But you earlier said that London is the money laundering capital of the World. So there may lay Britain’s importance. Would those nukes you speak of be financial ones?

            Think of the major influences on the US economy in the last century via NYC. It’s been a slow process, but a devastating one for all but a few. Note the Russian Oligarchs?

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          • Red storm farting says:

            Since WW2 the Ruskies and the yanks have been consistently fighting each other. They just makr sure they do it in other people’s countries.

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          • A Conservative says:

            For JJ12

            Of course there is some historical continuity

            But there really is no Cold War now – yoy watch, Crimea will just be a blip

            Russia is in a generally defensive posture nowadays – no overseas adventures like with the Soviets

            I agree the China story is mysterious – outsourcing combined with 1.4 billion naturally talented people has created a giant – but they want peace to prosper except of Taiwan which they will not invade now, and a few small slands which were theirs historically

            Your other point, yes Laundry London has accumulates billions in hot money – but to call that “power” when the Government cannot control it is a stretch – the fact that the UK Government currently refuses to apply sanctions to the oligarchs is a sign of impotence not strength – criticeised by France and Washington

            Last point, current bank assets in UK are about 400% of GDP – a very real risk to the whole country as seen in 2007-8 – big UK banks were saved by the US Fed – will the Fed be able to or want to save them when the nexr drwsh comes? Existential question

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    MI5 says:

    Since 9/11 and before, the ugly face of fascist aggression has appeared in Washington in the form of the neocon nexus

    You all know the names of the leaders

    They belive that the US is “exceptional” and “chosen” to lead the “fight for freedom and democracy”

    In fact, they have destroyed whole countries with hundreds of thousands of deaths

    One onky has to look at Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Bahrain, the Occupied Palestinian Territories to see the mayhem cause by these agressive, arrogant murderers

    Theee have cost us trillions od dollars

    And for what result?

    Defeat in Afghanistan

    Defeat in Iraq

    Fascist oppression in Bahrain and the Occuoied Territories

    Mayhem in Libya

    Al Qaeda stronger than ever internationally

    And they are now trying their murderous criminal games again in Ukraine, when a compromise agreemeht had already been signed in Kiev on February 21

    Every reasonable person should say NO to the neocon fascists

    Enough is enough

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    • 326
      JJ12 says:

      This, and the possibility that Russia, the CIS and SCO have been playing a very clever long-term humane strategy to parody, and thus expose the Libertarian world as repugnant may be worth thinking about. There are those who have said that the Russian oligarchs are just trustees of state assets…..

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      • 330
        C O (Ξ7h) says:

        !sraelification of US Foreign Policy is beginning to be recognized as a mistake in the US now.

        Nothing at all to do with Libertarian ideals, but certainly does have a bit to do with the influence of the Cl!nton and Bush families.

        The real concern there should be the wasting of resources on failed policies, nothing more.

        P’tin would agree with you on your Oligarch point.

        Now is the time to appropriate those state assets, whilst R’ussia is still weak, and the SCO seriously divided on the ECU idea.

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          Hervey says:

          Why doesn’t the British government seize their assets in Londongrad then Mr Pontificator?

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          • JJ12 says:

            Do you know who helped the Oligarchs in the first place?

            Look up Jeffrey Sachs and what his Chicago Boyz did in Russia at around the turn of the century.

            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeffrey_Sachs

            (as an aside, have ever noticed how many appearences he has made on NN?)

            Think of the Oligarchs as enemy capitalists that were installed in Russia to privatise and bring the state down to its knees (in the end). Which is what they will ultimately do. Their only problem is is that most of the future assets (oil and gas) are still located in the “Motherland”.

            So just seizing their assets in London will not meet the West’s long term objectives for Russia.

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          JJ12 says:

          Both the US’s, !srael’s and the West’s foreign policy IS Libertarianism!

          What you fail to understand is that western liberal democracy is akin to economic anarchism (no rules aka laissez-faire). It is in fact Trotskyism incarnate aka neoconservatism (or whatever else they are calling it these days… grass roots Tea-Partyism?)

          When it comes to ‘oligarchs’ most of them are J e w ish. Terms like ‘capture’ are Trotskyite, another being ‘entryism’. Those who do this are economic anarchists – neocons – see Austrian School (e.g. Von Mises and Hayek) or Chicago School (Friedman). Look at the frequency of J e w ish Nobels in economics relative to their population base rates.

          Clever (anarchistic) people, very much into appearances and makeovers (cf. Hollywood).

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          • MI5 says:

            +1000

            Modern capitalism arose with Lombard bankers, went to Holland and took off with the Protestant ethic (Max Wber’s classic etc)

            It remained pretty protestant right thriough until after WWI – remember the WASPs of Wall Street

            Now it has become econojic anarchy without any ethics at all – pure greed and J e w I s h influence – combined with generalised criminality and pillaging as per oligarchs

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          • C O (Ξ7h) says:

            Would be better to separate !srael from the W’est : !srael’s objectives are no longer in line with the West.

            !srael has bigger problems with !ran / Ch!na to worry about.

            Am not convinced myself that is Libertarianism but certainly does track with some of the deeper thinking that was behind the NSDAP.

            Interesting bit of history to check out, perhaps where US was properly drafted for the work: The Zimmerman Telegram. ;-)

            That and W’ilson’s decision to not save the Habsburg’s is an interesting, but perhaps relevant aside from that earlier conflict.

            As for Tea-Partyism and all that stuff: The Liberal Left has been co-opted by R-Fed some time back, and liberalism generally, to undermine nations which are hostile to R’ussia. In particular to disarm them – psychologically and physically on a subversive cultural axis.

            That was an extension of their Cold War subversion as seen in the CND movement, and anti-V’ietnam war movements in the US.

            Much of the Western media is still subverted by this: A status quo which now appears to be entering a long overdue state of change. It should be noted that there is no such thing as a free media in R-Fed now.

            Also note that neo-con has been recently redefined to mean anyone who expresses anti-R-Fed sentiment. That is not a pejorative but a truism when it is understood what a neo-con is, and not what the liberal left erroneously imply it is.

            Reality on the ground is that R’ussia is weak at present. They have not entered UKR purely because they know they cannot win if they try to take the entire country.

            Instead they are looking to foment a fresh war in B’alkans – in particular by stirring up the B’osnian S’erbs (via D’odik), get some of the B’altic states back (GRU is very active in E’stonia for example…) and have their eyes set at present on T’ransdniester / M’oldova.

            The likely next move will be on T’ransdniester.

            It is incredible to believe that they would not have designs on O’dessa next either.

            Their activity in the B’alkan’s will likely be stepped up in order to provide an unwelcome distraction for Europe. European forces / NATO would not likely be able to counter fresh conflict in the B’alkans and R-Fed incursions on its Eastern side.

            P’oland seems to be about the only state that properly understands this at present.

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        MI5 says:

        Deep point

        Accident rather than design methinks

        Though the Chinese are capable of this thinking – rather Confucian

        Other point, there are too many jooish oligarchs to allow me to think that they are just trustees!

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    Don't call me Shirley says:

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    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

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    Bloomers in rain-soaked Bongo Bongo Land says:

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      Oh dear sad stuff isn't it, house of cards says:

      So Out of date, so last week, must do better if you want to play here with the window lickers.

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      Scrattchy & Bitcchy says:

      One dab of Farage

      And Guido is all over you like the clap

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      Vote UKIP and keep Sharia out of British Law says:

      Free publicity – marvellous.

      A manly after-shave for the modern Britain who is not afraid to confront villainy.

      I’d buy some if only it were real.

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    Andromeda says:

    Which Russian Oligarch did Osborne and Mandelson meet on a super yacht in the Med a few years back?

    Remember the phrase”dripping wax into someones ear”?

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    so sad says:

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      Dr Freud said all women suffer from penis envy says:

      Follow the dosh dear and it will all become clear

      And show us your nickers as well

      For a laugh

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      At least she doesn't want them dead yet says:

      Don’t worry poppit your heroes on the opposition front bench don’t have a clue either

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        Fishy says:

        Perhaps it would be better if all of the notes were dead

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        The view from Haifa says:

        Politics is and has always been ‘difficult’ for lefty female one braincell empty air headed bimbos, so don’tworry about it. Just look at and kisten to some of them sitting on the telly press review sofas. None of them has a bloody clue about the real world – so rest assured you are not alone.

        Now get on with your revision.

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      Toilets Maguire says:

      She sounds lexactly like Empty Ed

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        The view from Haifa says:

        ..but fortunately does not have a motormouth like yours.

        Another empty headed press review sofa sitter.

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      Handy says:

      Come round to my place Jas and I’ll show you all you need to know.

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      JH-230912384590231 says:

      Is it the bit of the course where you have to try and understand where all that lovely other-peoples-money you want to spend on the State actually comes from?

      Don’t worry about it love. It’s pretty much standard on the left.

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    Vlad, singing Rule Britannia in his bath says:

    I have more lead in my pencil than all you Western wankers combined

    I even give my new 20 year old girlfriend a run for her money

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    Axe the telly tax says:

    I see the BBC still can’t bring themselves to put up the latest polls. They have stopped at 17 th march yet state it was updated today.

    Perhaps so one should ask them what they are frightened off?

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-18264385

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    Ed robotic says:

    The thoviets are acting in a weckless and pwovocative manner and thould weturn to the negthiathun table.
    The thoviets are acting in a weckless and pwovocative manner and thould weturn to the negthiathun table.
    The thoviets are acting in a weckless and pwovocative manner and thould weturn to the negthiathun table.
    The thoviets are acting in a weckless and pwovocative manner and thould weturn to the negthiathun table.

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    Owen Jones,Socialist turned Capitalist says:

    French President Hollande’s Socialist Party who are allied to the UK Labour Party have been slaughtered in French Local Elections today.

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    Bus Pass Elvis says:

    Anyone seen Lard Rennard ?

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      The vile cunt was buried on the 9th day of the 11th month says:

      Members of the public were then invited to the graveside to pay their respects, including Dave Bishop, 67, from Nottingham, who attended the burial dressed as Elvis.

      Mr Bishop, who also goes by the name Lord Biro of the Bus Pass Elvis Party, said: ‘J]mmy S@vi[e was a big Elvis fan so it seemed like the right thing to do to come and pay my respects.’

      ‘I bought a 99p bunch of flowers from the pound shop and threw them in. I think J[mmy would have liked it.’

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        kings 19:1 says:

        is it odd that press photographers were able to take close up pictures of his coffin laying in the grave? the only other time you see that sort of thing is on television dramas and movies.

        yew tree. could be seen as you tree or ewe tree or even ewe three.

        in terms of trees its latin name is taxus baccata. bacca equates to berry, which is an homonym of bury. folklore talks of yew trees having exceptionally fine roots and these trees were planted in church graveyards so that the roots grew through the eyes of the dead rendering them unable to see their way back to the living. many places are named after trees, york for example is an anglo-saxon corruption meaning “the place where the yew grows”.

        ewe in latin is ovis… which is similar to elvis. “el” being regarded as the ancient canaanite father god. “vis” in latin terms means “force”. note the shape of the letter “o” the cycle of life, the womb, the vagina, ovum- the egg.

        diana was the goddess who hunted with her bow, which was made of the poisonous yew tree as it was the bringer of death. she was also the virgin goddess of childbirth and women who was sworn never to be able to marry. the etymology of “diana” roots in daylight/sky. and from this diana also became goddess of the moon, reflecting the light of the sun and thus commanding sleep and menstruation rhythms. she was seen as the guarantor of royal succession by the use of her bow.

        there are the waves from the sun and there are waves from the sun bouncing off of the moon. this is highlighted by the analogy of the disc jockey. the moon goddess diana being persecuted for her virgin status, despite guaranteeing kingly succession through precession from one constellation to the next. this is because of the myth of casmilla. her father metabus (meta- “beyond”. bus- latin for “everything”) was chased from his throne into the wilderness with his infant daughter whereupon he made a promise to the goddess diana that his daughter would be her servant if she saved the infant. thus diana raised casmilla to be a huntress, who eventually bowed to diana as a servant would do. bow as in arrow as in kill her though.

        we see pictures of his coffin alluding to it being placed at an angle of 45 degrees. we were told so that he could see the sea. the reality is his grave was in an elevated position: he would not see the sea, the deep, at all. his view would be of “diana” the virgin moon goddess giving birth to the new age, that of the precession from pisces into aquarius.

        james is a variant of jacob and the ladder of jacob is a metaphor for dna. specifically of angels descending and ascending at a time of precession. which begets the question what exactly is this grey eminence ritual trying to catch in its “net”?

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