April 12th, 2014

Saturday Seven Up

This week 104,801 visitors visited 329,859 times viewing 577,036 pages. The top stories in order of popularity were:

You’re either in front of Guido, or behind…

535 Comments

  1. 1
    Peter Bone says:

    I have no further comment to make,thank you.

    Good Morning.

    Like

    • 2
      Who would be a fucking poet? Or even a poet for that matter? says:

      A baker from the English littoral
      Was absorbed by enticing parts clitoral.
      Hidden depths he would bore
      Whilst coming onshore
      To deliver his creamy profiterole.

      Like

    • 9
      Owen says:

      Nigel Evans, total wanker by his own admission.

      Like

    • 379
      Kneel Kinnoch says:

      What’s all this then?

      The son of former Prime Minister Tony Blair is said to be being lined up to contest an “ultra-safe” Labour seat.

      The Daily Mail says 29-year old Euan Blair has his eye on Bootle in Merseyside, a stone’s throw from his mother Cherie’s childhood home, which has a majority of more than 21,000.

      The Blair name is a draw for some members of the local Labour Party but the Independent suggests there would be vigorous opposition from others who see “parachuting someone like Euan Blair in” as a “joke”.

      Smacks of nepotism to me. Shouldn’t be allowed.

      Like

      • 468
        M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

        Posh public school educated son of a millionaire seeks cushy ride into politics. Labour have a fucking cheek calling the Tories “toffs”.

        Like

  2. 6
    Ellie-Mae (9) says:

    Morning campers……oh wait

    Like

    • 7
      Ockham's Razor says:

      We were all going to post in the box above today, just for a change.

      Then you came along and ruined the plan…

      Typical.

      Like

      • 10
        Ellie-Mae (9) says:

        I would apologise, but that function has been so debased by MPs that I think you wouldn’t believe the sincerity.

        Like

        • 20
          Ockham's Razor says:

          My early life’s sanity was put at serious risk by my parents’ incessant playing of a Nina & Frederik LP which had a calypso track called Mango (for some unfathomable reason pronounced Mongo).

          It contained the lines

          I go to the market an what do I see?
          Politician tellin lies to prove his in-teg-ri-ty.

          1950s proto-rap if you like.

          Plus ça change…

          Like

          • Baron van Pallandt says:

            You ratbag!

            Like

          • The Caribbean says:

            Don’t you miss the days of Chianti bottles on the tables of restaurants? And not a Polish waiter in sight?

            Like

          • Ockham's Razor says:

            Oh dear! I fear I have conflated Mango with another of their awful ditties.

            Like

          • Macbeth says:

            Is that an ashtray I see before me?

            Like

          • Ockham's Razor says:

            By God it is, Sir!

            What is more, it has a smouldering Hamlet lying upon it!

            Like

          • The Standards Committee says:

            I msut congratulate the restaurant on its strict dress policy. At 2 mins 10 seconds, the diner on the table behind takes his tie off, but he’s been made to put it back on again by the end of the song.

            Like

          • Chief Inspector Jacques Clouseau says:

            That would have been the most amazing spot had it not been adequately explicated by the different camera angle revealing a totally dissimilar man.

            Like

          • Continuity says:

            Have a look at all the diners as the camera tracks the waiter entering with the drink and see if you can spot where you think he is supposed to have been sitting.

            Like

          • bergen says:

            And in real life Frederik became an international drug smuggler who was shot dead when a deal went wrong.

            Seems a curious end for such a saccharine singer.

            Like

          • The missing checked gingham tablecloth says:

            What has confused you was the rush for the exit by the other diners when the beardy was inexplicably handed the tool of his trade by the professional musician.

            Like

          • Inspector Clouseau says:

            In the wall behind Nina there is a “window” @14″. Using this camera point as the reference, Tieless is to the left of this “window” and has already been seen @3″. He is wearing a grey suit sitting second in a group of four. The woman to his left has some orange coloured garment draped over the chair arm and the woman to his right has short grey hair. A man wearing a white hat, green suit and blue tie makes up the table on the right. Tieman is to the right @14″, is wearing a cream coloured suit and is accompanied by one woman in a blue dress to his right. His tie is obstructed from our view by his right arm for the long continuous shot (0″-48″).

            Tieless never has a tie and Tieman never removes his tie – at least that I have been able to spot. They have similar hair styles.

            Repeatedly watching this is doing my head in.

            Like

          • C O (Ξ7p) says:

            You can tell by the length of the candle on their table that the shots facing the singer were filmed last.

            Like

          • The Man in the Pork Pie Hat says:

            Thank you Inspector. Did you catch the shifty waiter trying to steal the bottle of chianti?

            Like

          • C O (Ξ7p) says:

            Also – check the level in the carafe and glass on table behind woman at 1:02.

            That cut was taken after the glass was refilled at 1:16.
            :-)

            Like

          • C O (Ξ7p) says:

            Final observations – semi-open.

            The glass we see refilled in front of the singing woman appears to be moved between the front sequence on the table and the second sequence which is shot facing the singing woman.

            There appears to be something iffy going on with the conversation and position of the woman / cigarettes on the table behind them between the first front sequence and third sequence shot facing the singing guy.

            Quite well made, but liquid levels, candles and cigarettes are a bitch for continuity. Another classic example is ice cream: Great example in Hot Fuzz if you watch carefully.

            Like

          • Ellie-Mae (9) says:

            You say iffy, that wouldn’t be Lard Rennard talking about her manoges would it?

            Like

          • closeau says:

            you still would … what she saw in the ginger minger is questionable

            Like

          • Quangos Quando says:

            Is this to the tune of …tell me Mongo mongo mongo….or something like that?

            Like

          • History says:

            In the late 1950s, the only acceptable Europeans for the British to accept as ‘glamour’ figures were Dutch or Danish.

            Like

    • 46
      Ward 19, Unit 3 says:

      Another scintillating post by your local multiple personality case.

      Like

  3. 8
    Maria Miller's SPAD says:

    She didn’t make a mistake. She deliberately robbed us. And then she did it again by donating her severance pay to charity.

    Like

  4. 11
    The Lib Dems are pointless says:

    Who cares about Jeremy Browne.

    May the c’unt die in obscurity.

    Like

    • 13
      Someoine says:

      Who’s Jeremy Brown? Is he funny?

      Like

      • 16
        Gorgon of the Manse says:

        One of us Brownshi(r)ts.

        Like

        • 112
          Anonymous says:

          Does he have a brown hat?

          Like

          • quando Quangos Quasimodo says:

            More than usual, the Cleggy animal appears to be about to burst into tears. Havethe Elite congrats finally expired and the new dawn showed him that the Nigel had thoroughly trounced his ‘skills’.

            Is it the last month of politics for the beast?

            Like

    • 40
      Libidinous Demagogue says:

      Seeing as though every other party is full of Liars, Buggers, and Thieves, the only point of us is to scream up for the eurosexual community.

      Like

    • 145
      Admiral Rodney says:

      There will be many heading for the lifeboats now, mainly to the port side if they can bear the sight of Mongo Man until he is sacked by Len.

      Like

  5. 17
    Dyno-Rod Dave says:

    Hi everyone, me again. Look, I know it’s difficult what with Miller, Fabricant, Mercer and Bone all acting slightly dopey, but don’t doubt I know what I’m doing and am in full control. I have god to guide me and just as Duncan Smith, I believe all will be well because I believe

    (sent from a tiny boat in the middle of the Bay of Biscay)

    Like

    • 21
      Fact says:

      Don’t look now, but even your boat’s gone gay with a hole in it’s bottom. You’re sinking you cnut.

      Like

  6. 18
    A Word From The IMF says:

    Like

  7. 24
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Well, what a gay week it’s been – Saturday Seven Up the Arse, indeed.

    Now from Westminster, it’s more k1dd1e fiddling:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2602802/How-Liberal-party-police-MI5-concealed-MP-Cyril-Smiths-industrial-scale-child-abuse.html

    Like

    • 89
      just saying says:

      Clegg paid tribute to Cyril Smith recently.
      Surely he must have heard the rumours?

      Like

      • 117
        Chris Bryant says:

        I think rumours are slightly insubstantial considering everybody knew

        Like

      • 121
        Child abuse is institutional says:

        Clegg had no idea that several teachers including the headmaster at his old school were serial child abusers . Apparently.

        Like

        • 146
          Admiral Rodney says:

          Just….clegg had no idea…..will suffice.

          Like

          • Fcuk the ConsLieLaborLebDims Arse 'oles says:

            Was Vince Cabul, EUSSR Cleggy’s professor for his teaching
            of the fcuking dark arts of Amnesia, Mendacity & Manipulation
            which are the inbreed fcuking traits for all of ConsLieLaborLebDims Oligarchs which they really excell at, without trying !!!

            Like

      • 210
        Libertine Dementia says:

        What rumours?

        Like

  8. 25
    Fruitcake, swivel eyed loon and closet racist says:

    May 22nd 2014.

    U.S. Geological Survey reports an earthquake of 9.0 on the political scale centred on London, England with severe aftershocks felt in Brussels, Belgium and Strasbourg, France.

    Vote UKIP

    Like

  9. 27
    Anon says:

    KUALA LUMPUR – The co-pilot of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 reportedly made a call from his mobile phone as the plane was flying low near Penang the morning it went missing.

    The New Straits Times (NST), quoting unnamed sources, said the call, which was traced to the mobile phone of First Officer Fariq Abdul Hamid, ended abruptly, but not before contact was established with a telecommunications sub-station in the state.

    The newspaper was unable to ascertain who the co-pilot was trying to call as its sources chose not to divulge details of the investigation. The links that police are trying to establish are also unclear, said the report.

    NST said it learnt that investigators are poring over this discovery as they try to piece together what had happened moments before the Boeing 777-22ER jet went off the radar, some 320 km north-west of Penang on March 8.

    http://www.straitstimes.com/news/asia/south-east-asia/story/co-pilot-mh370-made-mid-air-phone-call-report-20140412#sthash.TiWJleLF.dpuf

    Like

  10. 29
    Rabble rouser says:

    The eu is a soviet tranny.

    Like

  11. 39
    Village Idiot says:

    …..Will Cameron debate with Farage,the benefits of being in Europe,(I only see strangulation),or ,will he not?
    …It would be good to see our pro EU (now) prime minister defend the indefensible;……Since 1975 I have seen no good from being in the eu and firmly believe we would have been a better,nicer country without EU interference!…We managed for hundreds of years without the EU,we had Interpol,trade agreements and so on,without the need for massive,communist type buildings,and an unreachable EU parliament!….
    …..I hate what membership of the conning EU has done to us,and have done for 40yrs!

    Like

    • 55
      The most amusing claim ever says:

      Why WOULD he ? Any more than he would wish to join in PM debates in May 2015. The incumbent always comes out worse in these situations and there is absolutely no need. The Euro Elections are already conceded to UKIP but in May 2015 many voting UKIP in May 2014 will return to either Labour or Tory camps as a vote for UKIP in a Westminster election is a wasted vote

      Like

      • 113
        Fruitcake, swivel eyed loon and closet racist says:

        Old outdated perceived wisdom that was true in the past, I’ve done it myself. There’s a new realisation now. The LibLabCon merchants are hated, not trusted and despised. Anyone who votes for them is stuck in the past as well.

        Like

        • 304
          Don't give a shit about UKRAP, the Limp Dumbs or LieBore says:

          Even so – if you vote for the travelling freak show that is UKIP, you’ll get the travelling freak show that is UKIP.

          Still, knock yourself out. Just don’t say I didn’t tell you.

          Like

          • To hell with the LibLabCon - they're traitors, every one says:

            Are you seriously suggesting that Miliband, Clegg and Cameron are NOT part of a travelling freak show ? It’s not as if any of them is employable in a proper job.

            If you vote for any of the LibLabCon then your vote is wasted because all you’re doing is encouraging them to carry on screwing you and fucking up this once-wonderful country of ours. It doesn’t matter which of them you waste your vote on, the resulting disaster will be the same in virtually every detail. No-one with an ounce of intelligence could ever again believe a word that any of them says after experiencing the consequences of their lies. We’ve already seen how they try to shut down any meaningful debate that might upset their cosy little taxpayer-funded world.
            These criminally-inclined bastards need their arses kicking in no uncertain terms; we must deliver a message to them which they cannot ignore. They must be made to understand that their corruption and immorality cannot be tolerated in a civilised society.

            This is no time to be faint-hearted; we must go all out to win and change the UK political landscape for good.
            Vote UKIP in 2014 and keep voting UKIP.

            Like

          • Don't give a shit.... Etc... says:

            This country has never been wonderful, just better than most.

            UKIP will not improve it. You argument is deluded wishful thinking.
            Honest, genuine and well meaning, but still….

            Don’t say I didn’t warn you though.

            Like

          • Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

            We’ve got to the stage of voting UKIP to stop things getting worse. A vote for the retarded inbreds of Conservative/Labour/LibDems is a step closer to EU colonisation of the UK.

            Like

          • Fruitcake, swivel eyed loon, closet racist and proud of it says:

            The only thing you haven’t told us is how we get shut of the LibLabCon. UKIP might not be your cup of tea but what’s the alternative? Elvis?

            Like

    • 61
      albacore says:

      Oh my, that wouldn’t arf be nice
      TV Tax cheap at twice the price
      What’s the betting Cast Iron cracks
      At the first sign of Nigel’s whacks?

      Like

    • 456
      Faraging for nuts in May says:

      Just look at what membership of the UK has done to us for more than 40 years… You are staring into the abyss between two Ed-shaped buttcheeks.

      Like

  12. 43
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

    Like

  13. 45
    Leon Brittan says:

    Don’t be so nasty to Nick. He worked for me.

    Like

    • 50
      The Baron says:

      Seems like a nice boy.

      Like

      • 58
        The unbiased BBC speaks to the nation...."UKIP are nutters !!!" says:

        On last night’s HIGNFY Farage was on panel and came in for some concerted and sustained kicking from all the other 3 panelists and Stephen Mangan guest chairman which Farage managed to slough off pretty well. The closingcaption was a picture of Farage looking upwards with mouth agape and the voiceover went along the lines of…”After failing to find a toilet in the EU Parliament Building Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg finds a balcony to relive himself over”…you get the gist ?? The BBC presumably feels that such toliet humour(literally)is permissible having spent most of the program portraying UKIP members as loonies and Fruit cakes ??

        Like

        • 77
          Little men playing at being big men says:

          They keep trying to kick UKIP where it hurts, but Liebours mouthpiece the bBBC is far to late, the LibLabCon are scared to death of losing their grazing rights at the big table if UKIP do well next month, as the will to rollover to quite a few MPs in 2015, HIGNIFY has lost it’s way, it’s like Newsnight not worth watching, the bBBC needs a sortout from the top all the way down, to remind themselves they are in an entertainment industry not kingmakers, if they did the same in private industry they would be bankrupt now

          Like

        • 80
          SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          Nigel Farage was probably ill advised to appear on HIGNFY in the light of increasingly good prospects for the Euro elections , a hatchet job was always on the cards .

          Like

          • just saying says:

            The BBC hasn’t yet realised that the British
            public dislikes bullying and loves an under-dog.
            Support for UKIP will continue to grow.

            Like

          • BBC News and Propaganda Unit says:

            Shut up and give us your money.

            Like

          • Have I got news for the BBC says:

            The British pubic hates bullying and loves an underdog.
            UKIP support will only grow as a result of programmes like
            that.

            Like

          • Goggle Box says:

            I don’t watch it these days. The show is tired.

            Like

          • just saying says:

            Me neither.It was required viewing in our house for years but it’s become
            predictable and formulaic. Like Question Time,Today, Newsnight etc you know that it will be subject to BBC spin.There are so many other ways to
            access news and comedy nowadays,we just don’t bother.

            Like

          • just saying 2 says:

            The BBC are well aware of the proclivities of the UK public.

            Perhaps the BBC in its own serpentine way supports UKIP.

            Like

          • utopia unfound says:

            farage and ukip are good for the media, the disaffected, the misguided and the ‘plague on their houses brief’ but as to government of the country a complete non starters

            Like

          • Have I Got Laughs For You? Er....no. says:

            Hislop’s hair is now the funniest thing on the show. The Baby Buggering Corp and its allies are cacking themselves. Nigel played a straight bat throughout and kept his cool admirably.

            Like

        • 202
          Fog says:

          There was the BBC assumption that all viewers would agree with their world view. Last night’s HIGNFY was not funny, just tedious.

          Like

          • SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

            The BBC propaganda department know full well that concerted ridicule is avery effective tool ,last nights episode will have cost UKIP valuable votes.

            Like

          • Paul unfunny Merton says:

            I always find it tedious, but I get paid nevertheless.

            Like

          • Anonymous says:

            It’s turned into just another BBC “comedy” show where their favourite lefty comedians trouser big bucks for showing how right on they are.

            Like

        • 214
          Libidinous Demagogue says:

          Nick loves spending penny

          Like

  14. 53
    brenda says:

    5 foods to never eat?

    I love bananas

    Like

  15. 56
    Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

    Brilliant Summary by Marina Hyde just goes to show that our MPs just don’t and never will get it.

    Nigel Evans not guilty but he has admitted that he groped a boy in the HoC bar and this appears to be ok. Imagine what would happen if a bloke did this in a bar anywhere else in the UK. Gays are not governed by the Rule of Law like the rest of us – ask David Laws ( no pun intended)

    In any other walk of life Maria Miller would be looking at a jail term

    More news on the Cyril Smith cover up – a little reminder for all the LibDems out there what a bunch of liars and perverts that you are

    The moral compass of the LibDems
    1. Jeremy Thorpe – Pillow biting
    2. Cyril Smith – Little Boys
    3. Paddy Pants Down
    4. Charles Kennedy – drunk
    5. Mark Oaten – Don’t go there
    6. Lembit Opik – Little Girls
    7. Chris Huhne – Congenital liar and sexual pervert
    8. David Laws – Liar and thief
    9. Lord Reynard – Sexual pervert
    10. Mike Hancock – Sexual pervert
    11. Nick Clegg – Congenital liar, he claimed he hadn’t been told about Hancock and Reynard
    12. Jo Swinson : The new definition for hypocrisy for all her support for the LibDem women during the Reynard affair

    Like

  16. 63
    Anonymous says:

    I know, you know, they know in fact the whole of the UK knows their all at in one way or another the big question is how the f**k did this once great country end up with these 650 MPs.FFS

    Like

    • 459
      Davina Cameron says:

      The big question is how is it that so many millions of people keep voting these phuckers into the Big Brother house.

      Like

  17. 68
    Nermal says:

    “How Cyril Smith evaded the law: Sickening folly of the Left who aided his cause by advocating paedophilia”

    Glad to see that the DM is keeping up the pressure on Harman and BBC Dromey all they need to do now is name the judges who are still working and had connections to pie.

    Like

    • 95
      and says:

      Smith certainly enjoyed PIE.

      Like

    • 122
      Child abuse is institutional says:

      Though the DM appear to be propegating the lie that the reason Smith was never prosecuted was because the DPP feared his popularity would make Pa****** popular amongst the populace. What utter nonsense. He was protected because its institutional.

      Like

  18. 69
    National Union of Plumbers says:

    We are writing to express our deep concern that one of your number, ie Dyno-Rod Dave, could be seeking your business. This man is a fraud having no particular training in plumbing or anything else that we know of. He should be avoided at all costs. If he calls seeking your business you should call the police.

    Like

  19. 70
    Karl Schennedy - former LibDem leader says:

    Like

    • 154
      Admiral Rodney says:

      Abandon ship, man* the lifeboats mainly to the port side would be best for you lot, Mr Brownie you can go to starboard with the Pensions chappie.

      *Apologies, lady folk, I realise this is a new age but old habits die hard at sea when approaching a storm.

      Like

    • 243
      Libidinous Demagogue says:

      They are the party for the 1 in 10.

      Like

  20. 73
    DAVE EAT'N HEAD says:

    “Nigel Evans not guilty but he has admitted that he groped a boy in the HoC barand this appears to be ok”

    At least now we have a clear defense in English law , called “The Evans Defense”

    Any other thoughts on bum sex ? Just pop them in my slot

    Like

    • 240
      Moveable Feast says:

      I propose we use large pink wobbly voting boxes, and the public put their votes inside sausages, dip them in chocolate, and push them in.

      Like

  21. 76
    Anonymous says:

    At least the one thing we can all agree on MPs are never embarrassed about
    anything they say or do in fact they dont give a fu*k

    Like

  22. 79
    Anon. says:

    Like

    • 84
      DAVE EAT'N HEAD says:

      I keep reading of a huge cover up under the last labour government , with “D” notices being issued to prevent publication ?

      Like

      • 97
        also says:

        So did Harman and Dromey know Smith was a paedo?
        Did he have links to PIE?

        Like

        • 118
          A Question of Credibility says:

          How do you expect them to answer such questions? What do you reckon they would actually say if the truthful answers would be ‘yes’?

          Like

        • 238
          Libidinous Demagogue says:

          Nah, just… sweet pateda pie.

          Like

      • 159
        WTF? says:

        100 years before the background to the Dunblane shootings can be published. Nothing remotely suspicious about that. Move along please….

        Like

    • 407
      SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      It was not a ‘ sickening folly ‘ , it is their considered opinion that the abuse of children is a normal and desirable practice fully supported by Harman and Dromey over many years ,the evidence is there for all to see , their opinions have only been moderated in the light of a public outcry. Witness their silence during the recent scandals concerning muslim grooming gangs preying on young white girls in labour local authorities, which would never have come to light if it were not for the efforts of Nick Griffin who was persecuted and almost imprisoned for exposing this evil.

      Like

  23. 81
    The Lib Dems are pointless says:

    To counter any sanctimonious shit from the L’abour rabble, they still have the nerve to keep at least two of their number who campaigned for p3d0 rights on their benches – one of them next to their ‘leader’.

    Like

    • 85
      Ed says:

      Yiou are not supposed to make comments about me while I am on my secret mission to a country no-one mentions.

      Like

    • 88
      mary Whitehouse says:

      …one who without a hint of shame passed comment on miller on QT….having been spared any comment on her own disgusting past.

      Like

      • 135
        constituency trainbound says:

        the woman is a complete joke as is her husband … the sanctimonious sneer ranks with her co slagette yvette well

        Like

  24. 93
    Anonymous says:

    “You’re either in front of Guido, or behind…”
    your-own-version-of-reality curtain?
    As can be seen from a search for the missing Indonesian airliner. Optimal human achievement can result from cooperation, in regard to a common identified quest. Such as species survival. Imagine if, when black-boxes were recovered, that data was handed over to interested parties to be ‘adjusted’. So that the cause of a problem might be covered up, and not addressed. Would not air travel soon become as hazardous as any political system, that pretended to be based on the true democracy needed to make it straighten up and fly right?

    Like

  25. 108
    Peter Bone -Trougher says:

    Dear Mr Policeman… please be fully aware of this law,when dealing with Tory MPs http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2006/35/section/2

    Like

  26. 110
    Gideon George Osborne says:

    The Whole of Europe is in Austerity due to the Banks, and yet no Bankers have been jailed for their fraudulent practices

    Like

  27. 123
    Mong the Miliband says:

    Among all the corruption and low moral standards, you know what Britain really needs ?

    A Labour J’ewish PM.

    What do you think of that idea ?

    Like

    • 126
      Bradford Vote may not be in the post says:

      You know who we hate more than J*ews?
      J*ws who have lost god and found Socialism.

      Like

    • 295
      Anonymous says:

      He’s doing a Blair, playing down his religion because he thinks it will lose him votes.

      Like

  28. 125
    Treat the elderly like shit, you should face a firing squad says:

    http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/walter-crompton-allendale-care-blackley-6947988

    What a shower of cùnts

    Like

    • 131
      Andy Burnham says:

      It’s the baby boom pensioners who will be facing the firing squads,neglect and abuse is reserved for those who fought in the war.

      Like

      • 236
        Baby Boomers had it all and pulled the ladder up after them says:

        Quite right too, all Nazis should be rounded up and shat.

        Like

    • 148
      Taxpayer-funded astroturfing EU Troll says:

      Jesus wept! That’s so utterly f#cked! Hunts indeed.

      Like

    • 151
      Concerned Voter says:

      Sounds like shit connected with the new DV legislation.

      If his wife had died whilst being denied access to see her the cops and social workers involved should be terminated.

      If she dies whilst he is visiting with the social worker, the social worker should be held 100% responsible for manslaughter.

      Incidentally, agents of the state should be considered fair game for immediate liquidation these days. No mercy – they are the enemy within.

      Like

  29. 132
    Nemesis. says:

    Sorry to digress but: Just heard that Labour intend parachuting Blair’s son Euan into the (at this time) safe seat of Bootle. I just despair at these fuckers how they treat voters with absolute contempt. And I really hope the people of Bootle will give them a good kicking over this and vote for anybody but this guy. The Blair family are just about the most reviled in the land.

    Like

    • 141
      C.O.Jones says:

      I thought the kids had chosen Irish passports?

      Why would they want to represent a UK constituency if they did not identify with that nationality?

      Like

      • 144
        Podiceps says:

        Precious few MPs with British passports give a fart about the nation.

        Like

        • 149
          Nemesis. says:

          Been doing a bit of research on this guy. Apparently he’s a really spoilt git who is of the type ‘do you know who I am’ twats. Actually, thinking about it, I hope Labour do put him in at Bootle – it would be wonderful to see them lose such a safe seat.

          Like

          • HughGuv says:

            No chance. It’s ultra pin-a-rosette-on-a-donkey land.

            Like

          • C.O.Jones says:

            Labour voters don’t think. They just tick the Labour box on the ballot form. If you asked a Labour voter who their MP was they would not have a clue.

            Like

          • Parachutes-are-us says:

            Euan would complete a nice foursome of shining examples of socialism parachuted into Murkeyside. He would join Luciana Berger-Wavertree, Stephen Twigg-West Derby, and Shaun Woodward-St.Helens South.

            Like

          • Donkey says:

            Leave us out of it – they’d vote for a bucket of slop with a rosette on it.

            Like

          • just saying says:

            Someone should stand as an independent “Real Labour” candidate against him.
            They’d clean up.

            Like

      • 367
        Ireland says:

        Why our Passports?
        Is this Moss-ad at it again?

        Like

    • 157
      You believe in hell don't you Cherie?good,you're going there. says:

      Cherie Blair unlike a lot of mothers who lost sons in Iraq and Afghanistan will watch with pride as her son takes his rightful place at the trough.

      Like

    • 196
      Little men playing at being big men says:

      Boot hill has Liebour stamped right through the place, a turd with a red rosette on it would be voted in, it’s what you call the end of going to nowhere, if it didn’t have loads of government offices in the area, it would be a ghost town.

      Like

    • 235
      Libidinous Demagogue says:

      Blair, Kinnock, Straw, Benn, Prescott, Estelle Morris, Margaret Jay, how many more lefty dynasties… then there’s the BBC dynasties: Dimbleby, Snow, Sargeant, Buerk, Wilcox…

      Like

      • 270
        I say tomato, you say tomayto says:

        I seem to like the American pronounciation of Dynasty in most of these cases….. die-nasty.

        Like

        • 293
          The Spirit of Kenny Everitt says:

          Listen, have you all forgotten my favorite word for ’80 TV series
          was “Dysentery” which is still very applicable to the fcuking
          debauched perverted Political Ruling Class today & who ever
          these cnuts come into contact with, they give them all the fcuking
          shites with there sodom & gomorrah annal lifestyle which they believe
          is quit normal & no one should be able to challenge them least of
          the filthy stinking great unwashed masses who have no rights at
          all except for being milked of there money at every opportunity by
          there real masters

          Like

          • Offside and brain dead says:

            ….”no one should be able to challenge them least of
            the filthy stinking great unwashed masses who have no rights at
            all except for being milked of there[sic] money at every opportunity by
            there[sic] real masters”.

            Regrettably Liverpool and Everton supporters are still too effinthick to realise that the dole money they buy over-priced tickets with is being paid by the shed load to the already ultra-rich toffs who spend an afternoon a week just kicking a ball around for their amusement.

            Such dimfux have no idea they are being royally screwed by their political masters which is why they keep voting for their troughing overlords to maintain their control over their constituents’ “brains”.

            Like

          • Offside and brain dead says:

            OK Moddybotty I give up. Do you support one of these teams?

            Like

  30. 137
    Feminists are stupid cunts says:

    Why is no one saying what we all know. Most of the perving going on at Westminster involves bum bandits?

    Like

  31. 143

    Did Alison Saunders, as at today the Director of Public Prosecutions, enter the same beauty pageant as Cathy Ashton?

    Like

    • 173
      She's quite the, er, looker says:

      Saunders, Ashton and Polly Toynbee all lost a fight with the ugly nuke.

      Like

    • 191
      Blowing Whistles says:

      SC a subject we have communicated about. i have read the words of the Len Mckluckski lookalike Alison Saunders at page 16/17 of the DM today. i have noticed the prolific use of the words / phrases: ‘I think’, ‘I don’t think’, ‘may not think’, I think probably’, ‘may not’ et cetera … That woman is not fit for any purpose in even their twisted legal world.

      Like

      • 276

        Under the Labour cause, Saunders, Ashton and indeed Gordon Brown, rise from nowhere and upon the basis of never having produced anything of value in their entire lives. Because they are unopposed, they are propelled towards the upper levels of public life in the very same way as scum rises to the top in a cesspit – and with as little appeal.

        One could not think of a better use for an MP5 and a few rounds to improve life for untold millions.

        Am greatly amused by your comparison with McCluskey. It is so true.

        Like

        • 435
          Blowing Whistles says:

          The likeness is astounding.

          As for that fucker Kier Starmer – bastard duplicitous legal bastard – of the ‘closed shop’ union of them bastards. Time is running out for their trade in duplicity mind.

          Like

      • 496
        Dave T says:

        All public sector wimmin look the same.

        Like

        • 503
          The Fifty Seventh Earl of Perineum says:

          The only pleasing way to fuck them is with a 50 ton steam hammer.

          Like

  32. 155
    Tony Blair (The other Labour leader who said he didn't do god) says:

    I don’t do god
    I don’t do god
    I don’t do god

    SUPRISE I’m a fully fledged paid up member of the Catholic Church.
    Up yours Ian Paisley I was batting for the other side all along and my wife is really desperate to hug Martin McGuiness in public.

    Like

  33. 165
    As Zammo said, just say no says:

    I’m not buying the “inconclusive” post mortem on Peaches Geldof. It smells of a cover-up by the family to prevent the cause of death being made public. Why is it every celebrity death in recent years has been “inconclusive” in post mortem and required toxicology tests? It was either drug or drink related. If it was, I lose a bit of sympathy. It’s still sad that a young person has died and left two sons without their mother, but if she did die as a result of drugs, the blame rests with her, much like her stupid mother who had young kids but still went ahead and overdosed on heroin. Philip Seymour Hoffman had a partner and three children, tons of money to get the best help, and he still ended up in a flat surrounded by 70 bags of heroin and a needle in his arm. When you have children and a spouse but still destroy your life with heroin, my sympathy ebbs away.

    Like

    • 171
      CSI Bognor Regis says:

      They found Tixilix next to her body.
      I’m not sure if that was one of her sisters or a cough syrup.

      Like

    • 174
      SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      A celebrity really ?
      Most educated people would have passed her in the street without the slightest recognition or viewed her ‘celebrity’ with total indifference.

      Like

    • 175
      Have you any idea how things work ? says:

      Any drug related death requires toxicology tests. Your point being ?

      Like

      • 185
        My point is says:

        Bob Geldof is a twat. What parent writes a statement about the death of his daughter and says “she was the most bonkers of us all”? Obviously meant as an endearment but who can bring themselves to even think of putting a lighthearted comment like that in a statement about a death? Just like Paula Yates, he’s a pretentious prick who even amidst a tragedy can’t help himself being ostentatious.

        Like

      • 187
        My point is says:

        Bob Geldof is a twat. What parent writes a statement about the death of his daughter and says “she was the most bonkers of us all”? Obviously meant as an endearment but who can bring themselves to even think of putting a lighthearted comment like that in a statement about a death? Just like P*ula Yates, he’s a pretentious prick who even amidst a tragedy can’t help himself being ostentatious.

        Like

        • 197
          SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          The untimely self inflicted death of a drug addled, publicity seeking, spoiled brat is of no consequence to anybody outside her immediate family.

          Like

          • Lord Stansted says:

            I’d never heard of her. It took me several days before I discover she was the daughter of the man who is incoherent and swears in public.

            Like

        • 224
          sad news for family says:

          not clever

          Like

        • 284
          Have you any idea how things work says:

          Sorry I thought your point was that an inconclusive result requiring toxicology tests was evidence of a cover up for a drug death. You now state that it was to show what a twat Geldof is. Confused ???

          Like

          • My point is says:

            Nothing to do with toxicology tests, I just hate Geldof. But on the tests, fair enough, I stand corrected. Either way, Geldof is and Yates was a fuckwit.

            Like

          • Anonymous says:

            The mystery is how he came to be a rich fuckwit.

            Like

      • 203
        Handycock says:

        I’m a mass debater.

        Like

        • 223
          They Call Me MISTER Higgs! says:

          What? The God Particle v the Priest’s Hole? …plenty of dark matter in there.

          Like

  34. 180
    Nick Clegg says:

    I don’t remember Cyril Smith or any cover-up. If there was a cover-up, I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I’m so, so sorry.

    Like

  35. 182
    Nick Clegg says:

    I don’t remember saying sorry. But if I did say sorry, then I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I’m so, so sorry.

    Like

  36. 186
    Shove your PC world up your arse says:

    The only reason I can think why Miliband has suddenly made an issue about being Jewish is to stop people commenting on his fucked up nose.
    Just by calling him weird you will probably soon find yourself accused of being an anti Semite.
    I should be taking bets to see who in the media or Tory party will be the first to suffer that accusation.
    Bound to be Harman who points the first finger.
    Miliband wont because as well as being weird he’s a big nose retard who can’t stick up for himself.

    Like

  37. 190
    Owen Jones says:

    I’m feeling like a massage, so I’ve booked myself in with the Metropolitan Police’s senior statistician.

    Like

  38. 193
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    Question for today:
    The Palace of Westminster, a cesspit of depravity?
    Disgust… I mean Discuss!.

    Like

  39. 198
    Taxpayer-funded astroturfing EU Troll says:

    It’s all kicking off in the States. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5mQdbzmvXWM#t=575

    Like

  40. 201
    Shove your PC world up your arse says:

    So what you’re saying Harriet is that by declaring myself a Jew people will be afraid for fear of being accused of racism to mention my weird nose.weird mannerisms and the huge family fortune I’ve got?

    Like

  41. 213
    Bag for life says:

    The electorate would no doubt like to examine the records of Blairmore Holdings, the Cameron family’s offshore fund, to find out how to send their sons to Eton and leave them ample property and wealth in the UK, and yet avoid paying UK tax.

    Like

  42. 219
    Frances Crook of the Howard League would want this evil woman freed says:

    Frances Crook says no female criminal should ever be imprisoned. And feminazis would call this woman a hero. If you disagree and say that an innocent man shouldn’t be stabbed to death by a demented bitch, they’ll call you a nasty, reactionary, patriarchal male. Twas ever thus.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2602884/Ana-Trujillo-stabbed-lover-death-stiletto-heel-sentenced-life-prison-jury-rejects-crime-passion-defense.html

    Like

  43. 227
    Frank Carson says:

    How many lefties does it take to change a lightbulb?

    Two. One to get his Polish cleaner to go down to the shops in Hampstead and buy a replacement and come back to put it in for him, and one to blame Thatcher for the old one not working.

    Like

    • 228
      Lord Stansted says:

      :)

      Like

    • 239
      vg says:

      its the way you tell ‘em

      Like

    • 246
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      In Russia they used to sell blown light bulbs in street markets for a rouble, why?, you took them in to your state place of work, unscrewed a working one and kept it for your own use then and replaced it with the duff one, nobody in authority could understand why the lighting was so poor.

      Like

      • 355
        Anonymous says:

        Why would you pay for a duff one? If you need a new one, you already have a duff one.

        Sounds a lot like the myth of the Asian shopkeeper taking one match out of every box until he had enough for a “free” box – except where would he get the empty box?

        Like

    • 505
      Dave T says:

      Fucking spot on.

      Like

  44. 229
    Frank Carson says:

    What did the leftie say when he heard about the 7/7 attacks?

    “Poor suicide bombers. May they rest in peace.”

    Like

  45. 231
    Frank Carson says:

    Why did the leftie cross the road?

    Because he was told to by a muslim and refusing would’ve been islamaphobic.

    Like

    • 254
      Jimmy Krankie says:

      Why did the disabled feminist muslim black lesbian asylum seeker cross the road?

      To avoid the leftie trying to identify with her.

      Like

  46. 232
    Frank Carson says:

    Why do leftie men pretend to like world music and art films?

    Because they think it impresses women and will get them into bed.

    Not a joke, just a fact I’ve observed about leftie twats, including members of my family who are grotesquely and shamefully left wing. Nothing worse than having brothers who are living breathing leftie stereotypes.

    Like

    • 262
      The British media are cunts says:

      Lefty wimen are all dykes.

      Like

    • 266
      C O (Ξ7p) says:

      They don’t watch Ninja films.

      Like

    • 277
      Wind up says:

      I have two of them. Always fun to mention Gaza and condemn wind turbines…..

      Like

    • 300
      south of the M4 says:

      Me too. It is because they want to show how intellectually superior they are.

      Like

      • 311
        Realist says:

        It is because they want to show how intellectually superior they THINK they are!

        Leftism is a mental illness.

        Like

        • 341
          Don't give a shit about UKRAP, the Limp Dumbs or LieBore says:

          A mental illness that is not even curable by exposure to reality – the Blair/ Brown years, Wilson, Millitwat the Pretender, Polly Toynwasp etc, etc, etc…

          Like

          • Xenu's paradox says:

            Leftism is not only a mental illness, but a mock-liberal cult, governed by the principles of ambition, distraction, uglification, and derision… not to mention lying, stealing, warmongering, and buggery.

            Like

    • 512
      Dave T says:

      I enjoyed Manon des Sources but that was because I spent 2 hours wanking over Emanuelle Beart.

      Like

  47. 234
    Frank Carson says:

    The other day a muslim man came up to me on the street and demanded I convert to islam. When I asked why, he said “Because if you don’t, when you die, you’ll be sent to hell by allah, who is all loving and merciful”.

    Like

  48. 241
    Frank Carson says:

    Lefties love Ken Loach films. The biggest irony about Loach is that he constantly slams Hollywood films and yet the very people he celebrates in his films, the working class, are ones who watch Hollywood cinema. Is the sanctimonius prick even aware of this? He can dismiss American cinema all he likes, that’s his prerogative, but what does he think the working classes he makes his films about watch for entertainment? Does he think they watch Bergman or Fellini films? Of course not. They’ll have Van Damme films or wrestling DVDs or Rambo. When he calls all mainstream entertainments trash, someone should remind the twat that he’s also attacking the very people he so loves to celebrate in his films.

    Hollywood does make a fair amount of crap but I’d rather see a Spiderman or a Hangover than a 2 hour socialist treatise by Loach.

    Like

    • 249
      The Special and Dithering Homocraps says:

      Since socialism became middle class, and the Tory’s became the SDP, there’s no point in the Literal Deviants.

      Like

    • 280
      Romantic Oirish bollocks says:

      Christ, did you see the shit one he made about the IRA

      Like

      • 285
        Frank Carson says:

        Which one? Hasn’t he made several pro-IRA propaganda films?

        The other funny thing about Loach is how utterly uncinematic his films are. I can admire a film’s technique even if I don’t agree with the content but his films all look like TV dramas. He’s of the point-and-shoot school of filmmaking. Very dreary. He never grew out of the 60s agitprop style of kitchen sink bollocks. I’m not keen on Mike Leigh either but at least he knows how to make a film.

        Like

  49. 250
    Frank Carson says:

    Rather shocking to see the lack of coverage in the MSM this week about the disturbing news of muslims infiltrating and taking over secular schools in Birmingham, including the truly horrifying news that a teacher at one school praised a suicide bomber during assembly. This is Labour’s legacy and yet spineless Dave has done fuck all to clean up the mess. All faith schools should be done away with and muslim fanatics should be forcibly deported. The ones who remain have to behave or they too should be deported. I’m voting UKIP. Fuck the shower we have at the moment.

    Like

  50. 256
    Anonymous says:

    Enjoy.

    Like

    • 322
      Gypsy Benefit Claimant from Romania says:

      It’s you they are laughing at for being so stupid and letting them claim!!

      Like

  51. 260
    Alpha MAles says:

    Roy Cropper
    Owen Jones
    Hayley Cropper

    Like

  52. 265
    Frank Carson says:

    Isn’t it interesting that the very lefties who talk about the joys of multi culti enrichment and diversity themselves live in upper middle class, affluent and mainly white areas? B*lly Bragg, Polly, Owen Jones, Laurie Penny et al wouldn’t be caught dead living in a multi culti area. Who’s the racist here? They obviously have no desire to live among East Europeans, muslims and Afro Caribbeans. If you were to suggest to Polly or Bragg that they put their money where their mouth is and go and live in the multi culti paradise they want the rest of us to live in, they’d laugh at you and tell you to fuck off. Polly would return to her Tuscan villa and Bragg would return to the all white and wealthy gated street he lives in. It’s the little people who have to live among the Olegs and Abduls, the east european gyppo begging gangs and crooks and the muslim grooming gangs. Polly and co are a million miles away from that reality, ensconced in their plush, comfortable pads.

    Like

    • 272
      Once you go blick you never go bick says:

      Not that interesting just typical lefty hypocrisy.

      Like

      • 279
        shammy chuckabutty says:

        thats not what Oscar said

        Like

        • 282
          Not big and not smart says:

          Come on, break some lefties heart and continue to edit the RED WEDGE wiki page every few days as I’ve done for a few years. Change collective of musicians, to collective of arseholes.
          Lol..very amusing.

          Like

    • 314
      Champagne for Burnham says:

      Millionaire capitalist Bragg “pontificating on a South London council estate when we all know he lives in a lovely big house in West Dorset”

      Like

  53. 275
    David Minibanana says:

    Like

    • 281
      ralph's echo says:

      ver is ze birdenshite ?

      Like

    • 297
      nell says:

      I found if very amusing that militwit said yesterday he’s going to be the UK’s first j e w i s h PM. He clearly didn’t know about B e n j a m i n D i s r a e l i although BD was I believe a Tory PM so perhaps militwit thinks that doesn’t count!!

      Poor dear he can’t eren get his history right!

      Like

    • 298
      nell says:

      I found if very amusing that militwit said yesterday he’s going to be the UK’s first j e w i s h PM. He clearly didn’t know about B e n j a m i n D i s r a e l i although BD was I believe a Tory PM so perhaps militwit thinks that doesn’t count!!

      Poor dear he can’t even get his history right!

      Like

      • 303
        C O (Ξ7p) says:

        Ed Miliband should take his rubbish politics and go back to B’elgium.

        Like

        • 310
          nell says:

          I’m hoping he stays exactly where he is as leader of the labour party at least until after the 2015 election.

          Like

    • 318
      M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

      He had to convert to CofE but that’s little different from becoming Atheist.

      Like

      • 351
        Richard Dawkins is a liberal appeaser says:

        No, trust me here, it is.
        One is still a belief system in something that probobly doesn’t exist, and the other isn’t. ( As a clue, CofE is the belief system)

        Like

  54. 283
    Shaniqua says:

    What is it with black people giving their kids hilarious names? Even my black friends make fun of this trend. It’s always funny when you hear a parent yelling at a Chantiqua, Diamonique, Jermonica, Shaliqua or Babycham. Ok, I made that last one up but I wouldn’t be surprised.

    Like

    • 286

      Play them old Kenny Everett tapes and one will predictably name their offspring Two-Dogs-Fucking.

      Like

    • 294
      nell says:

      hmm What makes you think odd children’s names are only concentrated on one certain group of people – what are the names bobgeldof’s children again?

      Like

    • 313
      Pundit says:

      It could be because the more traditional names like Leroy or S’ambo are considered rac!st these days.

      Like

    • 360
      was it something I said? says:

      It started by concatenating parts of the parent’s Christian names. So, for example, Charles and Marion’s kid would be called Charion or Jonathon and Caroline’s kid would be called Jonline or Jonoline or Jonolyne (or Carthon or Caron etc etc). Or Frank and Veronica Gives you Franique (because -que just reeks of class compared to -ica you see).

      After a couple of generations of that you end up with the comically manufactured names they rejoice in today.

      I see it as a bonus. You can toss their CVs straight in the bin without wasting time calling them to interview.

      Like

  55. 289
    nell says:

    I see cleggie hailed cyrilsmith at his 80th birthday party as ‘a beacon of our party’

    That probably says everything there is to say about the libdems.

    Like

  56. 290
    ████ 'changed my tune ' Hoon says:

    LIBERAL DEMOCRATS: WEIRD,EVIL AND POINTLESS.

    Like

  57. 291
    Our Working Class Hero says:

    The best news this week is Sajid Javid as Culture Minister. Good stuff!

    Like

    • 296
      nell says:

      plus 100

      Like

    • 335
      Michael Rosen says:

      I’m the one who works in culture.

      Like

      • 384
        nell says:

        +++++Laugh+++++

        Like

        • 399
          Bert says:

          Rosen is a typical specimen of those “artists” sucking on the public teat, people whose work would otherwise gain them nothing, not even a Maecenas of the old school. He is also a typical member of the subset of “talent” which the BBC draws on over and over again.

          As for his bleating about the DCMS, government should have nothing whatever to do with the arts: the artist and his output are compromised and the government manages to extend its influence yet further. Indeed, the artist should be free to oppose and expose the cnuts at Westminster, not dependent on them for patronage. Scrap the DCMS and the Arts Council, I say, and use the savings to cut taxes, thereby allowing the citizen to patronize whatever artistic endeavour he chooses.

          Like

  58. 292
    Meanwhile, in the real world says:

    R’ussian invasion of East U’kraine did start the other day.

    Fresh in from Slovyansk:

    Proper investigation into UK political funding by R’ussian’s now very much a priority, and if Cameron has been taken R’oubles then he should be dispatched and hung in a gibbet prominently.

    R’ussian’s should shortly be seeing their L’ondon visiting rights revoked.

    Like

    • 309
      The British Public says:

      Ukraine and Crime are none of our business. Stop stirring up a war.

      Like

      • 317
        Meanwhile, in the real world says:

        R’uss!a is going to war – the traitors within are making us easier targets, and that includes you.

        Like

        • 323
          The British Public says:

          Nonsense. The traitiors are the idiots who want the EU to have a foreign policy and expand to the east

          Like

          • Meanwhile, in the real world says:

            The traitors are those who fail to understand that the R’ussian is the filthy pig excrement of history that the West failed to clear up when it had the chance.

            Letting such shit into this country has been a very large error.

            The EU is not responsible for the actions of R’ussia, and if you believe that then you are as retarded as your moniker suggests.

            Like

          • The British Public says:

            The Crimea is Russian. They are entitled to be there. The rest of the Ukraine is an independent nation which is not in Nato and not in the EU. What goes on there is none of our business. No amount of faecal invective changes that.

            Like

          • Meanwhile, in the real world says:

            The arguments you have just proffered are false.

            No matter how many times you repeat them they will not be true.

            Like

          • Mars Attacks! says:

            The russians largest navel base is in the Crimea. The Crimea was given to the Ukraine by Khrushchev, without consultation. (I know… dictator, shocking) The Crimean war was fought against the Russians in….? Do try harder to start a war, this one is crap.

            What did anyone expect them to do. Give it up with a whimper? It’s RUSSIA?! (FFS!)

            Meanwhile, “totally removed from the real world”…. Are you another Blowing Whistles pseudonym? It’s just that your arguments have the same wordy, empty bollocks his has, and are just about as lucid and cogent, i.e. they are not either.

            Like

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            To Mars Attacks! – your pitiful, deluded and pathetic comment with its reference to i – has been ‘noted’.

            The undercurrent in your final paragraph makes you look so stupid and opens up of – your narrowed and blinkered mindset. Thanks for doing that btw.

            Like

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            I’m with stupid.

            Like

          • Meanwhile, in the real world says:

            Would not get embroiled with @MarsAttacks – This troll’s whore mother fucked a particularly stupid pig and then gave birth to a congenitally retarded idiot that was only capable of finding work in R’ussia.

            Any idiot who repeats arguments about ‘Cr!mea always being or is R’ussian’ is repeating Russ!an propaganda either willingly or foolishly as a Useful Idiot.

            Like

      • 359
        Anonymous says:

        Stop EUSSR tranny.

        Like

    • 327
      The EU is twisting the truth says:

      Let’s get one thing straight here. The EU and USA fomented and financed a violent coop in the Ukraine that lead to the overthrow of a democratically elected leader and ever since the EU and the USA have been promising that illegal leader anything he cares to ask for as long as he signs up to the EU.

      And they have the cheek to blame Russia?

      Like

      • 329
        Meanwhile, in the real world says:

        Nope – Russ!a orchestrated that.

        EU is stupid but is not in the business of shooting both sides and trying to start civil wars, neither is the US. This is R’ussian strategy.

        eg.

        http://www.rferl.org/content/russian-spy-ukraine-social-postings-/25327334.html

        Doesn’t really help with mongs like P’eter H’itchens repeating the K’remlin line as truth, or the likes of LibLabCon et al. being funded by P’utin either.

        Yes they are right: First blame Russ!a, then bomb the c’unts into the stone age.

        Like

        • 332
          The British Public says:

          Nothing to do with us. There is no vital British interest in upholding the interests of the United States in Ukraine. As for the EU, it has no right to pursue an expansionist foreign policy. The policy it is pursuing is illegitimate and against the British national interest.

          Like

          • Fact says:

            Absolutely correct.

            Like

          • Meanwhile, in the real world says:

            There is a British interest in upholding the current order, and certain aspects of international law.

            If you disagree with that, then the UK is very much fair game, and unable to defend itself at present from a similar attack.

            You will also find with your line of reasoning that no one would defend.

            Ignorance is not a defence, and enabling R’uss!an’s by providing safe haven for them is a clear and present security risk.

            On top of that, R’uss!an’s are shit people.

            Like

          • An old Ethiopian says:

            If you want to wage a war in Crimea off you go with your gun.

            Just leave Uk troops and taxpayers’ money out of the equation.

            Like

          • Two birdies, one stone says:

            Liblabcon imported jihadist scum —-> Syria

            Liblabcon scum —-> Crimea

            End result, Britain a better place all round.

            Like

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            So when Marta Andreason blew the whistle on the EU accounts – there was a full proper open and transparent legal investigation into the corrupt practices that she publicly complained about … [bearing in mind that the accounts still remain unaudited for i believe 17 years] and Neil Kinnock was the placeman who manipulated ….oops managed [he not being very intelligent of legal trickery and things] the whole debacle.

            Yeah … indeed – and if the msm tell me that fairy tale a billion times i still say it is fucking lies and duplicity. But then i have not got a contract with the EU for a golden pension payout to blow the whistle on the EU – have i?

            Like

          • Barrie says:

            I remember Marta Andreasson and Neil Kinnock being on the Today show some years ago. Speaking of when Andreasson came to him and said the accounting practices were unauditable and hopeless, Kinnock’s choice of words were very telling:

            “I told her to go away and write a report and make some recommendations”

            The emphasis was very much on the “go away”. Any normal, straight person would have said “Please write a report and make some recommendations”, but no, the important thing to him was “go away” and busy yourself writing stuff to ignore.

            Like

        • 461
          Rootin' Tootin' Putin says:

          Ukraine is another made-up country – bits of all it’s neighbours added on over the years.
          Crimea was Russian, Ruthenia was Czechoslovak and Hungarian. Cernauti/Chernovitz and other bits were Romanian, and other bits are from Poland, Russia, Belorussia. This whole territorial integrity shit and democracy shit are complete red herrings.
          Just like in Africa and other parts, the made up borders in parts of Europe are a source of grief.

          Whoever thought that inventing Belgium was a good idea?! Look what that led to – the EU!

          Like

          • Meanwhile, in the real world says:

            None of those arguments are valid, but you are doing a good job of trying to defend your K’remlin paymasters.

            Like

          • Quite frankly, we don’t give a damn says:

            No, in the really real world, we will be a minority in our own country within a generation, thanks to you liblabcon kuuntz. But apparently that’s unimportant, and nothing we should be in the slightest bit concerned about.

            But the internal squabblings of Russia, Ukraine and Crimea, stirred up by the scheming US/EU/PNAC crowd, why that’s something every Scotsman, Englishmen, Welshmen or Irishmen should be thinking about 24/7!

            Go to hell.

            Like

          • Expat Geordie says:

            Belgium was a great invention – it allowed Britain and Germany to have a bit of a kick about without having to do it on each others territory.

            Like

    • 362
      Little men playing at being big men says:

      If the EU wants to go to war , leave Britain out of it, we had two wars to save Europe and all we got was bankruptcy and the EU, if Obuma want to take America to war with Russia, that’s up to him and his conscience and Americans, the answer is no more of our military dieing for a cause the country doesn’t believe in, don’t think people are scared in this country, they’re not, we can fight but not for the EU, let rumpy and ashton and their friends take up arms and go themselves.

      Like

  59. 308
    non taxable pikey says:

    Lots of very smart start ups happening in Israel. Last week they recharged a new type of cellphone battery that they had developed from zero to full charge in 26 seconds. Now they have come up with this. http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v508/n7495/full/508153e.html

    Like

  60. 312
    Leonidas says:

    Come and get them !

    Like

  61. 333
    Paddy Pantsdown says:

    Like

    • 337
      Fact says:

      Harriet Harperson was some kind of greasy lawyer in a previous existence, plus she’s got P I E experience. She would be ideal to defend that obese kiddy molesting Libdumb bastard Cyril Smith

      Like

      • 346
        Cyril Smith says:

        Do you mind?! My parents were married.

        But you’re right about the rest.

        Like

      • 350
        DAVE EAT'N HEAD says:

        Shame nobody ever fancied any of her “pie”

        Like

        • 353
          Mars Attacks? says:

          I think that tweet should have read:

          If cyril Smith were alive today i expect he would waddle free from court.

          There… Fixed it for them.

          Like

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            I know that you are one sad fucker in having tried above, to ‘diss’ BW in a comment higher above. Do go above and read the reply to your pi55y little retarded comment.

            Like

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            And you will KNOW my name is THE LORD, and I will lay my vengeance upon thee!

            Like

      • 354
        A Ship's lawyer says:

        You say “Harperson was some kind of greasy lawyer in a previous existence”.

        Believe you me she was never up to much at the best of times.

        Like

        • 382
          nell says:

          I rather suspect hatty harpic, dromey and that other labour creature were more intent upon furthering their political careers by supporting these p i e people and folks like cyrilsmith. It was all about turning a blind eye to the disgrace of it and sucking up to the likes of him and his influence in order to get ahead in the liberal political world .

          Like

    • 395
      SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      The very thought of this vile stinking mountainous heap of filth ever getting close enough to small children to sexually abuse them is the vision of nightmares , any person involved in the cover up operation should be publicly hanged with a length of barbed wire from a crane.

      Like

  62. 349
    potato salad says:

    Did the plane land on diego garcia or not?

    I believe we have the right to know as it is a British territory.

    Like

    • 364
      The Indian Ocean Water Board says:

      Ask David Miliband. He’ll fill you in on that one.

      Like

      • 374
        potato salad says:

        Why, what wouldhe know about the KL missing aircraft. Have you heard of this?

        Like

        • 410
          The Indoan Ocean Water Board says:

          He knows nothing. Nothing about Diego Garcia at all. Nor do Jack Straw and Baroness Scotland. Nothing. Absolutely nothing. Nver heard about the place. Or rendition. No idea at all.

          Like

  63. 363
    Anonymous says:

    Like

  64. 369
    When did David Cameron stop beating his wife ? says:

    Like

  65. 378
    Yellow says:

    Cyril Smith
    David Steel
    Nick Clegg

    Like

  66. 380
    nell says:

    cyrilsmith lardrennard and jeremythorpe et al – what is it about the libdems that they continually self destruct!

    Like

  67. 387
    Britain's Got Chavs says:

    Britain’s Got Talent really does make me laugh. Someone comes on with a half decent voice and sings an aria and the audience of culturally illiterate chavs and 40 year old grandmothers who don’t know opera from their arse cheer wildly, the types who think listening to Susan Boyle means they appreciate classical music. I really have no time for the lower orders except for the amusement they bring.

    Like

  68. 388
    He's a talentless cunt says:

    Can someone please explain the supposed appeal of James Corden? As far as I can see, he’s a fat, unfunny, talentless, obnoxious twat.

    Like

    • 400
      Everyone's a critic says:

      I have no idea why anyone would like him. I presume you have seen him on the BBC?

      Like

    • 404
      The speaker in the lampshade says:

      Do LibDems have a half-life ?

      Or is it too short to measure ?

      Like

      • 408
        The speaker in the lampshade says:

        [This thread is kaput. Comment 390 at 9:39pm was aimed at Nell’s comment 368 at 8:49pm.]

        Like

    • 447
      If you want to get hold of an Honorable Member in a hurry, ask for Nigel says:

      So which Party will be putting him up as an MP?

      Like

  69. 389
    Nick Clegg says:

    I’d just like to say in advance of any future revelations about other Liberal Democrat perverts that I didn’t know about them and was never told of the allegations.

    Like

  70. 390
    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

    THE LIBDEM MANIFESTO

    Like

  71. 402
    SLOTGOB says:

    REPLENISH THE TROUGH: ANOTHER PARASITE IS ARRIVING….

    Like

  72. 409
    Euan Blair says:

    If you thought my dad was an evil c-unt, you ain’t seen nothing yet. Luckily, Labour voters are thick and will vote for me even though I’ve been parachuted into the seat. As dad would say, what is important is!

    Like

  73. 411
    Piers Morganing says:

    This week Adrian Mole hosted HIGNFY. Next week JC on Good Friday.

    Like

  74. 417
    Ah! work this one out says:

    ” Salmond attacks the NO campaign for being negative “

    Like

  75. 423

    Have you seen the latest political blog?

    Conservative Homo.

    Like

  76. 434
  77. 437
    Fruitcake, swivel eyed loon, closet racist and proud of it says:

    Ed Milliband : More out of his depth than a Malaysian airlines black box.

    Dave Cameron : Thinks making bumsex marriage legal is more important than a referendum on the EU.

    Nick Clegg : Oh dear.

    Now you know why it’s time to…….vote UKIP.

    Like

  78. 442
    Filthy beeeests says:

    I’m paying tax so some gay perverts can suck each other off in a Penthouse in Manchester at my expense?
    Is that it?

    Like

  79. 452
    Anonymous says:

    Dogged Evans wants us to pay his expenses

    Oh, and he’s not alcoholic and he never admitted putting his hands down anyone’s trousers!

    He loves to play with his bulldog, Claude, which means, presumably, his garden is often full of Claude balls?

    Like

    • 453
      A taxpayer says:

      He has a salary. He has savings, or should have, even if, as apoltician, it might be hard to declare them and their provenance. He pusued a lifestyle as an MP which, anyone could predict, would one day end up with him getting into trouble with the law and his wanting to ‘protect’ his reputation and place on the gravy train. I think he should pay his own legal bills.

      Like

      • 485
        Bumsex Dave says:

        He’s a raging rampant gay M.P. — “One of Us” — of course he should get his legal bills paid.

        Like

  80. 455
    Desmond says:

    Don’t give up yet chaps, we still have 007….

    Like

  81. 472
    Soundbite ballbag says:

    Ed Miliband says that he will not allow takeovers like that of Cadbury by Kraft….’never again’.

    How’s he going to manage that?

    Like

  82. 475
    non taxable pikey says:

    Brown’s recent comments that Syrian refugee kids should be in Lebanese schools. https://now.mmedia.me/lb/en/lebanonnews/543092-minister-refugee-crisis-threatening-lebanons-education-system
    Once again he didn’t think of the consequences.

    Like

  83. 477
    Peter Bone says:

    The UK is the only G7 country where the Red Cross is providing Emergency Food Aid, just rejoice at that news.

    Like

    • 479
      Ockham's Razor says:

      Food aid relief in a land of free benefits?

      It tells you more about the Red Cross than it does about the UK, I would suggest.

      BTW Congratulations at having broken the posting duck here for some six hours. Unheard of just a year ago.

      Like

    • 482
      Ockham's Razor says:

      Presume you are the early morning Bone? :-)

      Another observation is that almost every other country in Europe which has VAT applies it to most foodstuffs, if not all. It makes the situation even more ridiculous. Are we seriously supposed to swallow (!) the idea that the poor can afford food more readily where food is more expensive?

      Another penetrating thought is that unemployment levels are way higher in other European countries than in the UK.

      Whilst at it…(!), On wonders what Chris Johnes, the UK poverty director for Oxfam gets paid?

      We all seem to be in a state of being fucked. But not in the way I would prefer.

      Like

    • 484
      Fed up says:

      Cameron should have legislated to outlaw foodbanks ages ago.

      If people are hungry they should be encouraged to do something about it by theui own efforts.

      Going around cao in hand and begging is no solution .

      Like

  84. 483
    Diane Abbott says:

    Have they found the black box yet? It’s there somewhere…

    Like

  85. 486
    Maria Miller says:

    Cameron accused of using public funds for Tory spin http://fw.to/0KiPuMh shocking even by Tories standards.

    What a toe rag he really is .

    Like

  86. 487
    Mark Menzies says:

    Apparently Argentina are complaining that the UK is “provoking” them in the Falklands.

    They never fucking learn, do they?

    Like

    • 494
      Ukraine says:

      If it was good enough for Maggie, then it’s good enough for Putin.
      Can’t have it both ways.

      Like

      • 499
        Ockham's Razor says:

        Er, no!

        Falklands never belonged to Argentina and were populated by the British before Argentina ever came into existence. The only way that Argentina gained control for a short period was by their invasion.

        The Russian Empire did control parts of the Ukraine for a long period which is why so many Russians live there now.

        Whilst not defending Putin, or otherwise, it is best to get one’s historical facts in order before making erroneous comparisons like that. There is no equivalence in your statement.

        Like

        • 510
          C O (Ξ7p) says:

          There is also the small matter of international law, and the freedom to determine future etc. for sovereigns etc.

          Falklands is a protectorate which was illegally invaded etc. and met with the correct response from the UK: ie. Full on war with a covert nuclear threat to B’uenos A’ires.

          Cr!mea **should** have responded in exactly the same way – bar the nuke deterrent as they gave them up – in Cr!mea.

          All of this argument about there being R’ussian’s there and protecting etc. is A’nschluss logic which was debunked ages ago. The only reason R’ussia has ‘got away’ with that this move is because U’kraine could not defeat them in confrontation at that point.

          A cursory look at the map, and the past 100 years or so of various armistices and treaties will show where such logic if accepted will lead very quickly into a very chaotic situation fast.

          Now that R’ussia is moving into U’kraine, it had better be prepared for a serious civil war that could well overspill the borders.

          Europe itself should be prepared for major conflict in the B’alkans, and major conflict – potentially nuclear – involving NATO if R’ussia continues its moves against the B’altics, and any designs on R’omania / B’ulgaria.

          It is very worrying indeed that NATO have recently been warning that C’zech R’epublic is one of NATO’s weakest links at present. This is concerning as the V4 of which it is part can be considered a defensive red line for R’uss!an forces if they attempt to move into Western Europe.

          Like

          • The Expansionist EU is to blame says:

            And you conveniently forget that the EU along with the USA started all this.

            Like

          • C O (Ξ7p) says:

            You seem to be insistent on R’ussian propaganda.

            Neither the US nor EU started anything.

            R’ussia annexing Cr!mea is where this started.

            Like

          • It would be interesting to explore how this might have otherwise gone had UA not given up its nukes. My initial guess is not a lot differently due to the way Crimea is populated. The assumption should include the already observed poverty of UA political approach which would have had its effect whatever happened.

            In this new world, looking a lot like the old one, defence spending is clearly vital. Now let us see which of the UK political parties advocates increasing the budget… ;-)

            Like

          • C O (Ξ7p) says:

            Hi @SC – you do raise a very good point there – and can tell you for sure that neither R’ussia nor the EU would have got a look-in in U’kraine – which would be a fairly prosperous independent sovereign right now – if it had retained those.

            However – the fly in the ointment with this analysis is it does ignore what the state of U’kraine was after the USSR fell apart. Recall that K’ravchuk – who took over U’kraine after independence attempted to ‘shake down’ the West for $6bn for his nukes – a rather odious man and regime at the time who would have continued to use them for extortion purposes had they not been removed.

            The risks associated with a coerced change of government in a nuke armed state should perhaps quell any other ‘what ifs’ with respect that problem.

            Here is a good analysis:

            http://tomnichols.net/blog/2014/03/19/nuclear-weapons-and-the-ukraine-crisis/

            In hindsight, the development of global security would have taken a different path had K’ravchuk and his coterie been slightly more amenable, or at least been able to convince the West that a few billion per year would be where it would end, and they wanted to develop into a peaceful state.

            The irony is that with EU accession, a few billion a year is what has been put into the country so far, and has been for a while now: That ‘investment’ is now lost.

            From a cost perspective (and now maybe a security one) it may have perhaps been wiser to do business with K’ravchuk and leave U’kraine with a functional but limited medium range nuclear capability that it could afford to maintain safely.

            But those what-ifs are irrelevant now as history has already happened. The policy mistake here was thinking that U’kraine could be modelled after F’inland or S’weden, and not breaking R’ussian dependence on U’kraine’s arms industry – which even though the USSR fell years ago still remains an integral part of the R’ussian military industrial complex.

            Like

    • 495
      albacore says:

      Well, it ain’t the Iron Lady they’ve got to face down
      It’s the cast-iron woofters’ mate that’s now here in town
      Maybe they’re not frit of powder puffs if they invade
      (Just call it immigration and then they’ve got it made)

      Like

    • 529
      Argie Drone Support says:

      This time, drone their ships. Gun placements on land should be readied David.

      Like

  87. 488
    Political Standards of the gutter says:

    Hard to believe but reading the papers then Tory HQ has even more drunken homo fetches than the LidDems.

    The whole of our political class is a Gay Mafia.

    Like

  88. 489
    popping in again says:

    Did you know it is against the law on this forum to call Li88pool and Evertown supporters thick?

    Like

  89. 490
    Call me Dave says:

    It is because I am a Conservative that I support Homosexuals’ marriage. I hope it means that they will all have to be home by 10 and stop fondling young men in the private members bar.

    Like

  90. 491
    Prime Minister"The Dunce Of Downing Street" Cameron says:

    If Andy Burnham can take part in the London Marathon,then I jolly well will.

    Good Morning

    Like

  91. 492
    Peter Bone -Trougher says:

    MPs should only be able to claim similar expenses to the rest of us right wing political bloggers.

    Like

  92. 500
    Prime Minister"Money's no object" Cameron says:

    First we take Scotland then we go for the Valleys :)

    Like

  93. 502
    Benny Fitz-Clements says:

    THIS FOODBANK APP WORKS BRILLIANTLY ON MY iPHONE 5S.

    Like

    • 531
      SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      Amazing, an app to guide the poor to the food banks on their £600 tablets and I phones!

      Like

  94. 504
    Guy News Room says:

    London Marathon Update

    The lead wheelchairs,with members of the 1922 Committee, have just past through Tower Bridge on their way towards Canary Wharf.

    Like

  95. 506
    Putin the capitalist v Obama the communist says:

    One Putin is worth a 100 Obamas

    Like

  96. 509
    Gideon George Osborne says:

    In 2008, the Global Financial Crisis plunged the UK into its longest and deepest recession since records began… Nothing to do with Labour.

    Like

  97. 513
    Maria Miller says:

    UK current account deficit near record high at £22.4bn, George keeps saying he has cut it,someones telling Porkies http://bbc.in/1jXgJMK

    Like

    • 526
      C O (Ξ7p) says:

      Osborne has only said that there is a plan for reducing the deficit, not that it has been cut. He has cut its growth though.

      Osborne’s latest pronouncements have mainly been about growth of the economy, which on the face of it is looking respectable.

      Seeing as imports are going down unless domestic production has increased to compensate, then there is a question as to whether any of this growth is real or credit bubble induced smoke and mirrors like last time.

      As energy imports have decreased sharply, this would suggest that industrial activity has not picked up in the UK, so really we are looking at a continued recession on the part of consumers and a credit bubble in housing etc. goosing the GDP figures.

      Until the government puts through massive cuts in the civil service payroll and reduced its size somewhat there will be no recovery in the UK or reduction in deficit.

      It should be noted that the slow down in deficit growth has been largely enabled by cutting investment expenditures: That is saving up some much bigger costs in the next few years.

      Like

  98. 514
    Marathon Mafia says:

    The London Marathon Mafia.

    Full of extortionists who have bullied friend colleagues and family for money so that they can justify their fun day out and all the days off work and DIY while they go off on training jollies and recuperation.

    But why does the BBC support it with an army of staff and money unlimited?

    Like

  99. 517
    Nigel Evans says:

    As everyone knows the Poor, Children,Students and disabled caused the Credit Crunch with their short selling and credit default swaps.

    Like

  100. 518
    Dave says:

    If this was Russia. All my staff would be in prison.

    A Conservative vote is a Gay Vote

    Like

  101. 519
    Dick Scratcher says:

    Just watching Sky News.

    Why is Ken Livingstone gawping at Nadine’s tits so openly?

    Like

  102. 521
    I've just discovered the joys of bumsex says:

    I was watching the Bermuda Philharmonic Orchestra, and half way through the show, the guy playing the Triangle completely disappeared.

    Like


Tip off Guido
Web Guido's Archives

Subscribe me to:






RSS




AddThis Feed Button
Archive


Labels
Guido Reads
Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 1,647 other followers