May 8th, 2014

Star Staggers Columnist Leaves For Guardian

20140508-184836.jpg The New Statesman has lost its star political columnist. Rafael Behr is off to the Guardian. He will be replaced as Political Editor by George Eaton, who previously ran the Staggers blog and has close links to Labour. Behr was one of the only reasons for reading the magazine and has been due a step up for a while now. Still, it is yet another blow for the Staggers…


  1. 1
    nell says:

    Can the guardian afford to employ him – I thought like that other ethical labour stalwart the co-op, they were in struggling with a grave financial deficit?

  2. 2
    Jerusalem Post says:

    Oy vey!

  3. 3
    Halal Industry says:

    We’ll make up the difference.

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    Ockham's Razor says:


    Tits on the front line now.

    I don’t mind a woman killing me – but not that way.

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    D Gaul says:

    Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose

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    Podiceps says:

    Shuffling rats between two sinking ships.

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    Fanny and Johnny says:

    We’ve always liked Lloyd Grossman.

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    Should I sign the card 'BTW, you paid for this card'? says:

    Will he comment on Caroline Dinenage, the MP for Gosport, who claimed £3.95 for a pack of three ‘sympathy cards’, filing the expense under ‘hospitality’ ?

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    godless says:

    So he’s gone from a sinking ship to a stinking pit.

    He’ll fit in with all the pseudo-hipster wankers that inhabit grauniad towers.

    Nice cardigan……Wanker!

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    the fucking bbc says:

    So will we.

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    Corby says:

    I was surprised to learn that the New statesman was still going –

    a case of dead but won’t lie down

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    F##k the LibLabCon says:

    Well said.

  13. 13
    Ockham's Razor says:

    American power is not half as scary as its absence would be – Economist

    Is that because of Obama or despite him?

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    RomaBobbieBooBoo says:

    Fracking desperate to sell yourself to the Grauniad !

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    Ockham's Razor says:

    Come back, PM urges UKIP ex-Tories – BBC, Prick Robinson

    Fuck off you C U N T !

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    Bosun Higgs says:

    Coming soon: Rafael Behr’s etiquette guide to abandoning a sinking ship.

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    Anonymous says:

    who gives a shit?

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    Andrew Marr says:

    I’m Staggered!

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    White rabbit says:

    I’m always a bit suspicious of blokes wearing slouchy cardigans, oversized thick rim glasses, semi undone tie, stubbly, highly intelligent. Who is he anyway ?

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    Ockham's Comb says:

    I’m scratching my head over that one.

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    Informed Reader says:

    Stormfront is the only source of truth in Britain

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    B ee sting. says:

    when the bee goes, it is time to work in a team like an ant. ideally, give others what they want.

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    1922 Committee says:

    Come on chaps. I think it’s high time we had a quiet word with Dave. He couldn’t win a raffle on a desert island.

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    Aardvark says:

    Look people.

    This is a sad failure of a man.

    He is consumed with hatred and racism, and this is all he has to offer.

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    Fireworks! says:

    Tonight’s Question Time is set to be a fiery affair. On the panel are Nigel Farage, Caroline Lucas and – retch – Chuka Umunna. Chucky and his smug manner makes my blood boil but it’ll be worth tuning in to see Farage destroy the panel.

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    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Channel 4 News are struggling on some feminist issue. Is Kathy Newman really being paid for this crap?

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    Bosun Higgs says:

    He’s Mummy Behr and Daddy Behr’s little cub, formerly known as Baby Behr. His brother Rupert has had a long career in journalism. His great-grandfather was the famous Teddy, but his life was no picnic. Rumoured to prefer a natural, forest-based style of waste management, hence his nickname ‘Poo Behr’. Used to run a blog called ‘The Behr Facts’ but was accused of ‘Behr-faced lies’. Wrote a cookery book called ‘Behr Grills’. I could go on…

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    Bill Quango MP says:

    Jason Bourne movie to feature Vince Cable.

    {Establishing shot of a glass and steel secret government department. – cut shot of a figure lying on a stretcher under a tartan rug}

    “We found him floating in the sea off Eastbourne. Who is he?”

    “He’s was supposedly a top operator..but he’s lost his mind.”

    “Brain damage?”

    “No..memory loss.. he can’t remember where he works, what he knows, who he has spoken to or what advice he has been given… He has massive gaps in his his recall.. he knows things… But… well… he has no idea how or where he acquired the knowledge.”

    “So… now he’s going to be useless to us?”

    “Going to be?”

    “I mean even more useless.”

    “I’m afraid so.. Unless..somehow..his memory comes back..maybe give him his old dinner table diaries and a book of royal mail stamps and see if his memory returns..”

    THE YAWN IDENTITY certificate EU

    and coming soon.

    Vincent Yawn in his most unmemorable epic yet as he flogs off the railways for £16.50 and some magic beans.



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    Bill Quango MP says:

    is he a Rupert?

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    sometime I wonder, then I think who cares says:

    I’m not too sure how excited I’m supposed to get over the news of –insert name here– to the Guardian, will us scum get any benefit, will it help us to land on Mars, sometimes I do wonder.

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    Anonymous says:

    you’re all so full of hate

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    Straitjacket time for you says:

    A neo-Nazi, anti-semitic, Holocaust denying website?

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    godless says:

    You might attract some upset army officers with that Bill.

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    godless says:

    Deformed reader.

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    godless says:

    No, that’s the left.

    We’re just pragmatic about how we treat fuckwits.

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    White rabbit says:

    Any relation to Dani ?

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    Real Conservatives vote UKIP says:

    Be fair ! Dave should be given the chance to prove that’s not true.

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    C O (Ξ7s1) says:

    Cameron is trying a bit of divide and rule with his party of answers vs. anger motif.

    Party of arrogance vs. answers is more accurate as UKIP are talking solutions whereas the Conservatives remain in denial.

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    Anonymous says:

    Cameron, the Tories, the Libdems and Labour are a threat to the English way of life and even its existence.

    The only way to prevent this is to vote ukip at every election. Don’t let them call you a racist for wanting to save our English way of life.

    The rich privileged elite class of westminster politicians are there for their own self aggrandisement, nothing less than. I despise them all.

    You can’t possibly believe that cameron or the tories will give you an in/out referendum. He has already reneged on it once.

    For a start he won’t even win a majority in 2015. He couldn’t do in 2010 and he won’t do it this time either!

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    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    of earlier not some hours ago even

    They really do not like it up ‘em them legal shysters – of all religious hiding behind of too.

    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:
    May 8, 2014 at 3:46 pm

    For the establishment to maintain its power crazed and corrupted position – they have to keep up the deception and spatting between the evil of the left and the evil of the right.

    Otherwise there would be too much truth out there, and they can’t be doing with that can they?

    C O (Ξ7t1) says:
    May 8, 2014 at 3:57 pm

    They have a problem now that the work shy on the council estates across the land have figured out that the LibLabCon are part of one disconnected whole.

    The storm proper will start after the Euro election results come in – the actual voter turnout may be more significant for 2015.

    There isn’t much that can be done about the truth other than accept and adapt.
    Ockham’s Razor says:
    May 8, 2014 at 4:20 pm

    Enjoyed your comment earlier today on the psychological practicalities of New Speak together with the syntactical implications. The semiosis of Charles Sanders Peirce, his interpretants and the power they can wield is a battleground that few get close to appreciating. Meanwhile the effect, as you point out, is huge. The potential for misuse is also considerable.

    Am only just getting the time to consider the ICOADS and CRUTEM videos. Have made some elementary notes on these and will come back when I can organise them into some semblance of order.
    Anyone give a shit? says:
    May 8, 2014 at 4:23 pm

    The suspense will be hard to bear.
    ʢ͏͏ΔΩΠΩΔʡ says:
    May 8, 2014 at 4:37 pm

    Clearly you do. Otherwise why bother to post that?
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:
    May 8, 2014 at 4:38 pm

    You are a member of the legal fraternity / and lobby attempting to diss the unravelling lies of all the AGW CC experts and politicians [Trying to sell the British Public a ‘pack of lies’] – who have been caught with their trousers down around their ankles. Do one or are you a friend of Huh.nes, Ed’s and Johan Harri’s?
    ʢ͏͏ΔΩΠΩΔʡ says:
    May 8, 2014 at 4:46 pm


    Good here innit?
    C O (Ξ7t1) says:
    May 8, 2014 at 5:00 pm

    Am just glad you did not misread that earlier remark as being anything else either – not that I would expect you to, but those whose critical functions have been worn down by PC dogma may have.

    Symbols are well known to be the most powerful communication tools available for stimulating desired responses. The P’avlovian response that the S’wastika elicits is a classic recent example which is finally losing some of its potency.

    However, it was when reflecting on word banning that I noticed there was another and more pernicious form of this going on.

    The problem for propagandists who wish to make use of symbolism is ensuring that people see the symbol, hence receive the message or the command, clearly, and react accordingly.

    By associating certain words with intensely negative feelings, more through negative peer pressure than personal belief or view, and then banning them, the word takes on a very abstract symbolic quality as it becomes silenced.

    This gives the word a symbol quality.

    When invoked indirectly it is produced clearly directly in the mind of the target individual, with a strong P’avlovian emotional reaction. That is by the way, the real power.

    The mind control folk out there are somewhat discredited, but political correctness has programmed a very selective response in some sections of the masses to certain symbols. A way to break this programming down is through controlled desensitization.

    Hence, more frequent neutral references to the N-Word, adjusting up to the actual word, and then normality – where it falls into non-enforced general disuse needs to be done.

    The m’od bot on this site is unwittingly an agent of this type of selective programming – not that I criticize the editorial position of the owner.

    Have had a couple of days break from the global warming stuff, but will be getting back to it in a bit. :-)
    Ockham’s Razor says:
    May 8, 2014 at 5:15 pm

    The self-correction which so often occurs throughout life, if one has the patience of longevity to wait for it (!), is alluded to in your third from last paragraph.

    I found a practical example of this phenomenon in the videos, which I will mention when I respond to you on them. You will discover that none of them is unwatched now!
    Polonius says:
    May 8, 2014 at 5:47 pm

    Brevity is the soul of wit
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:
    May 8, 2014 at 4:30 pm

    People everywhere are now learning and investigating how the whole legal fraternity have come to be ‘controlling’ our lives.

    Article in DM [pg 12] about too many lawyers being out there …

    There are too many lawyers, every fucking where – the standard of 5hit that is them that come from law school is pathetic – and one only has to point to the insurance underwriters pouring millions into the trousers of Barristers forlornly attempting to ‘face off’ claims growing by the day for the gross negligence of their lawyers who have been erring year after year – where any ‘reasonable man’ of some knowledge of the laws could only come to the logical conclusion of gross negligence … mind you an incontrovertible paper trail – does come in handy.
    ʢ͏͏ΔΩΠΩΔʡ says:
    May 8, 2014 at 4:49 pm

    So you want no law? Anarchy? Right?
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:
    May 8, 2014 at 5:53 pm

    To Greek symbol man – Did i state that ‘want no law’ Did i? – NO i did not – you did.

    i want law – but not the kind of warped and twisted law that the Public have to put up with these days.
    ʢ͏͏ΔΩΠΩΔʡ says:
    May 8, 2014 at 6:05 pm

    Now you have become a lawyer – the very thing you accused me of! You must be a politician – you craven, lying, suborned piece of elephant shit.
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:
    May 8, 2014 at 7:59 pm

    Greeky symbol man – So you attack your attacker – because you are caught out – with what you are guilty of. Oh Dear and as for your ref to ‘me’ that you attempt to confuse of.

    i be a lay lawyer – there’s a big FUCKING DIFFERENCE ASSHOLE.

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    Anonymous says:

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    What time is it? says:

    You guessed it! It’s Pat rant time again and this week Pat has a bee in his bonnet about the EU and tells us all he’s voting UKIP :)

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    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Anyway … That was the news from him and that was the news from the full time UKIP smearer “Michael Crick defender and voter for the somomites and all that is wrong with the msm”.

    Crick the – msm man who perhaps has his own little ass owned???

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    The big hand is just passing Noddy says:

    I wonder which expensive watch Chuka will be sporting tonight?

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    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Either way she and the other woman made a fucking turkey of the yank wank on the defending of the polanski like cnut photographer.

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    Fishy says:

    Harrison O’bama (or whatever he calls himself) should get an easy ride tonight given that the new acting Head of the BBC Trust is an adviser of his.

    Just another strengthening of the ties between Labour and the BBC

    (H/T to ‘Thoughtful’ over on the site)

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    Anonymous says:

    Labour and the liberal democrats wont give you an eu referendum. Neither will Cameron or his tory party. vote ukip

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    Throw Out jiha'dis says:

    The former (of manny, sic) ry’an gig’gs turn.

  53. 53 polled him as the 4th "most intelligent person in pop" (presumably of 4) says:

    After this ninny left KLF did he try for a job at KFC perchance?

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    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Did CH4 N mention Marcarthyism … i do believe they did.

    btw – i dare say and hope i am wrong but them at the World Economic(with the truth) Forum – probably know that those girls are dead – but are ‘milking it’ for themselves – you too Gordon fucking Brownose.

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    The LibLabCon Three Headed Cerberus says:

    It’s ok when we do it.

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    Anonymous says:

    Cameron really is so weak, blames every one else for his poor decisions. Vote real tory vote ukip!

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    The hillal are not alive to music says:

    Buy meat, good for you and funding for holly war. Ally Marsbar.

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    Anonymous says:

    Cameron gets desperate with his ads, especially on here.

    Wipe out the liblabcon party on may 22nd. Dont let them bring in a united states of europe behind our backs, vote ukip.

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    Michael cruckfuck says:

    I am a tosser of the highest order but it pays the bills.

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    godless says:

    Jog on spacktard..!

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    Anonymous says:

    Cameron has had 5 years to give us a referendum on europe. Can you really believe him again?

    vote ukip on may 22nd, b o llocks to his ads on here.

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    Awesome says:

    Stunning Clip Of How Russia Is “Not” Preparing For Nuclear War

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    It's all in the spelling says:

    Holy can be prickly!

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    Vince Incapable says:

    10 shillings and sixpence was a hood price for those a Royal Mail shares.

    Why back in 1967 if I’d have sold them all at price it would have wiped out the national debt.

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    Chugger Smugmanner says:

    Fans. See me wipe the floor with Forage. I am the future like Baz O, we are the future, we are…er…..blick.

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    Anonymous says:

    Cameron is being shafted in the eu by his “friends”. Every decision being made is going against him and he does nothing.

    Why should you believe his desperate ads on here?vote ukip.

    The EU is now only about the creation of a united states of europe whether the people want it or not.

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    Simple solution says:

    Yes, fuck him. He should be prosecuted.
    No excuses, no community service. Criminal record.

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    Gordon Brown. The caped crusader says:

    On my way to Nicaragua to free those poor girls.

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    I hate the EU do much I'm giving them what they want says:

    He’s being shafted by the EU because Mrs Merkel knows that UKIP will make it impossible for him to win the next election.
    Van Rompuy and the rest need only to wait for the Miliband victory.

    Then the EU referendum can be ignored got another 15 years.

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    Bloodbath Project says:

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    I hate the EU do much I'm giving them what they want says:

    He’s made enough of those already

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    Chugger Smugmanner says:

    Not got a Muss country on board yet? Surprise there. Let the Chin ese have a pot, let’s see some old school warfare. Vote me for PM, the Worlds next leader well just the dogs bollox ain’t I?

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    A Jihadist says:

    Me want!

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    World of Warcraft imitates fiction says:

    “i be a lay lawyer”



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    Bosun Higgs says:

    Meanwhile in Venezuela, malaria is back, while the Government prefers to spend its time beating up protesters.

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    World of Warcraft imitates fiction says:

    I’ll bet it fucking doesn’t!

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    Establishment Troll Watch says:

    The LIBLABCONs really are stooping low putting this tripe on here.

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    A Newfoundland Cod says:

    The world got along just fine before Christopher Columbus

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    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:


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    BW's mummy says:

    When are you going to get a girlfriend, dear? You should have set up home and had kids by the age of 48. And about you underpants that I just had to wash….

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    The Sage of Sussex says:

    Are you an ordinary everyday c*nt or a special?

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    Mer Kel says:

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    Anonymous says:

    looks like daves even on here now answering the threads, how desperate can you get?

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    A Theologian says:

    I object to anyone praying over my food.

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    godless says:

    Is he related to Francesco Schettino..?

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    Podiceps says:

    Your ancestors didn’t. Long before Columbus sailed to the wrong place, Basque fishermen were hauling them out by the million on the Grand Banks.

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    Ed Balls says:

    Ed Balls

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    Urgent message for Quisling Dave says:

    Poll: Poll: One Year To The General Election

    Who Are You Planning To Vote For In The General Election?
    76.5% Ukip
    7% Conservatives
    6.4% Labour
    4.4% Green Party
    4.4% Undecided
    1.3% Liberal Democrats
    Thanks for your vote

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    old soldier says:

    Remember how the Argies were frighted of the Gurkas sharpening their kukries? Next time it will be, “Oh mios dios, da eengleesh chicas sita ona your face and suffocate the breath outa jyou!”.

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    jgm2 says:

    He’s not being ‘shafted’ by the EU. He knew they were going to to whatever they were going to do regardless.

    And only an utter fool would believe he’ll deliver a referendum in 2017 even if it within his gift to do so by then. It’ll be the Lisbon Treaty all over again. When we said ‘referendum on Europe’ we were talking about the situation in 2014. Things are so much more different now, Iceland has joined (or something), so it’s not the same Europe at all so there’s really no point having a referendum. Because it’s just a totally different question/situation now.

    Personally I’m not that fussed one way or the other by Europe. It seems politicians, as a species, have ambition in inverse proportion to their competence. It makes little odds who is fucking up your life. Brussels or Westminster. They both seem utterly incompetent beyond feathering their own nests.

    Our best revenge is to vote as many of them out as possible.

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    godless says:

    Jack Dromey can tell instantly.

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    A happy atheist says:

    They can pray till they’re blue in the face, it makes no difference. I don’t even object to theologians as long as they don’t incite murder. Sadly, many of them do.

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    jgm2 says:

    It scares the shit out of the religion of peace though. There they are, all bearded and tooled up and they get shot by a girl. No kudos at all in that.

    The Is*ra*lis use women to ‘question’ their religion of peacers too. It does their fucking heads in apparently.

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    old soldier says:

    It was interesting when he called them backward english prudes. Perhaps his next appearance sitting next to Merton on HIGNFY has been blackballed?

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    White rabbit says:

    I wish it was completely fucking incendiary, like the ‘Media Bitch fight of the week’ story earlier. Casual accusations of racism and bigotry are scattered around without any thought of reaction. As though perfectly light hearted banter and risk free.
    Well there should be a reaction and it should be extremely hazardous to make such remarks.

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    Anonymous says:

    It really does not matter if we get a referendum any way. Dave hasn’t said whether he would abide by it and take us out. or just have another vote until we vote yes!

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    0.765% ukip.

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    Another theologian says:

    I don’t mind anyone praying over my food after I have done so first.

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    Emperor Rumpy says:

    The General Election is cancelled.

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    NE Frontiersman says:

    Most of the Grauniad comments were hostile, which gives some grounds for hope.

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    Asslick Almond says:


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    Jacqueline Dromey says:

    Black pudding, anyone ?

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    OMG! I'm Wearing A Dinosaur! says:

    Even worse than the enemy using Fluoride 235 on you. Jeepers!

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    Tim Yeo-Yo says:

    That smug, media, lefty Huntchop has got a really punchable looking face.

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    old soldier says:

    World war 2 technology, working well since WW2.

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    Life is too short says:

    Nothing written in the Guardian gives me any hope of any kind. Even in the comments.

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    Anonymous says:

    Cameron won’t defend or support the United Kingdom, but he certainly goes out of his way to insist we stay in Europe.

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    Cretin Seeker says:

    Do you have to use up all this screen real estate? For what purpose?

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    jgm2 says:

    Well spotted. That’ll be the approach.

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    Brain of Cowbridge says:


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    also says:

    Cameron has had 4 years to give us a referendum.
    He failed.
    Just one reason why I’m voting UKIP.

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    any excuse says:

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    Wanking for Warmth says:

    Is it Pete splashing again?

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    sometime I wonder, then I think who cares says:

    He’s still an MP until 2015, I presume he’s using at least 5 seconds of his MP job to work for his constituents or is that asking too much from the man who saved the world.

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    jgm2 says:

    The utter fucking arsehole. How’s he going to do that from Nigeria?

    Not that we should care. Another humiliation for the incompetent jackass awaits.

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    Anyone says:

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    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    In an attempt to educate – sheep.

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    Martin Luther says:

    Can meat be halal and kosher at the same time?

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    enough is enough says:

    That’s what they did in other countries that voted against EU membership-
    they kept having a referendum until they got a yes vote.
    I no longer trust anyone from the 3 main parties to listen to British voters or act in our interests.
    They’ve had multiple chances- they’ve blown it.

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    Anonymous says:

    perhaps he should put him self up for election in any of the other 27 states then and leave the uk alone

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    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Ughh its EYBW to you fucktard.

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    Someone says:

    In what way is it significant?

    Can anyone point to any practical political advantage that might give him?

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    bacon sarnie says:

    What’s the point in consumers spending money on
    free range supermarket meat if the poor animals
    have been slaughtered in such a barbaric cruel way?

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    just remind me says:

    Hands up all those who voted for van Rumpoy, Ashton or Barroso?

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    Sir Alan says:

    A good friend of mine told me that you were posting here. It was bad enough at the Bournemouth Echo. Please don’t unload your Dorset waste here.

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    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    did i almost see him word the mouth bollox when CH4 cut his verbal diahorea feed a couple of times?

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    They're not right in the head says:

    Steady on, he’s not Muslim – he’s White like you.

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    Gordon the mental says:

    I hold the record for the second longest non-attendance at parliament.
    1st place is held by Burnside Pemberton.
    He went 976 days without appearing.

    mind you, he was in an iron lung.

    Only 86 days and that record is MINE!!

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    jgm2 says:

    NOT THE FLOURIDE 235!!!!

    Anything! I’ll tell you anything. What do you want to know???

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    Cretin Seeker says:

    What is the lesson then EeeYep a/r?

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    Gordon the mental says:

    I signed the Lisbon Treaty.
    I appointed Ashton.
    I voted for Rompuy
    I have no idea who Barroso is but I think he once showed me to my hotel room in Vienna. I tipped him 3.21 euro .. that being the exchange rate at the time.

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    They're not right in the head says:

    Because he’s in coalition with the LibDems. God why is it so hard for you kipper fucktards to understand how government works.

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    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Special – when it comes to outing Establishment stooges. It’s easier than taking kandy from a baby and even easier to twat an establsihemnt lickspittal journo ‘pumping or is it pimping’ for the establishments want to remain back in the dark ages?

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    Yurpean says:

    Merkin and Camermong are popular in Europe because they hand out plenty of their citizen’s cash

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    Yurpean says:

    and their remaining citizens’ cash too

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    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    you ain’t worthy of an answer. Get to and back read all of orig BW’s comments here for the past 3 + years. That’s three years of back reading – are you up to it?

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    Give me strength says:

    Please explain how Cameron could have given us a referendum when half the government opposes that? Do you even understand what a coalition is or how coalition government works?

    Vote UKIP for sweet fanny adams.

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    Johnny English says:

    It doesn’t matter if 90% vote UKIP. It will be dismissed as a protest vote and Dave will carry on regardless.

  139. 139
    pimply nerd says:

    What’s all the talk of fluoride/fluorine being a heavy metal? That prick chemistry teacher at school told us it’s a halogen?

  140. 140
    A paranoid nutjob says:

    I completely agree.

  141. 141
    Fluoride 235 says:

    ok you have me beat

  142. 142
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Your friend is deeply mis-informed or someone who wants to think what they want to believe as suit their wants and beliefs. So Sir Alan – question your friends’ true integrity, intelligence and agenda.

  143. 143
    jgm2 says:

    Naaah. Vote UKIP to stick several dozen Lib, Lab and Con MEPs on the dole. Fuck ‘em.

  144. 144
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    To F235 – try a website for the ‘not so grown up adults’.

  145. 145
    jgm2 says:

    True. But there’ll be sixty or so unemployed Lib, Lab,Con MEPs clutching a P45 so it’s not all bad news.

  146. 146
    The Queen says:

    I haven’t said that I’d accept whoever voters want as their next prime minister. In other words, if you’re waiting for people to confirm they’re not going to do things, then you’re a fucking idiot.

  147. 147
    Fluoride 235 says:

    I am KING!

    I have photographed this whole page!

    You are all under arrest!

  148. 148
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    probably pays the ‘favours et cetera’ owed.

  149. 149
    God's Housekeeper says:

    There’s not really much point at all.

    The thing to do is just buy the best quality food you can get for the lowest price available. Always a balancing act, so why complicate it by adding extra religious criteria?

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    jgm2 says:

    That fucker didn’t know anything. We, on this blog, have been assured by no less an authority than ‘Blowing Whistles’ that Fluoride (sic) is a heavy metal.

    In fairness he didn’t call it Fluoride 235. That’s just us taking the piss.

  151. 151
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    The UN, NATO and all the rest of the political numbskulls with hidden agendas are proving what a bunch of useless, inept, hot air talking to55ers they all are – in just this issue about the girls. And as for the msm … oh dear ‘FAIL’.

  152. 152
    The voters says:

    You mean 5.76%

  153. 153
    Balls free moment says:

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    In denial kipper Troll Watch says:

    I agree. The voters don’t think you’re wacists at all. Honest.

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    C O (Ξ7s1) says:

    To answer seriously – Yes – provided it is seafood which can be considered kosher – eg. Sardines.

    Fish – with fins / scales – is considered pareve by J’wish folk, which is one of the four genders.

    Fish, because it is hunted through the act of fishing, is automatically Halal without the ritual. !slamic people have fewer restrictions than J’wish folk with respect to seafood.

    One needs to be careful with the kosher term. When applied to food it should really be stated that the food has been koshered, which is where meat is treated with koshering salt to drain the blood.

    Whilst Halal meat has to be slaughtered using the Dhabihah method, and meat for J’wish folk must be dispatched using the shechitah method, there are much bigger restrictions against consumption of blood for J’s which is where the koshering practice and common term kosher comes into play.

    Another important difference is that J’s require the sciatic nerve and adjoining tissue to be removed from their meat.

    The key difference between the slaughter methods from a faith point of view is that Dhabihah requires a prayer to Allah to be made before the throat is cut. There is no such requirement for J’s.

    From the animals point of view, both methods of dispatch are painless, fast, and despite being graphic are actually the most humane.

    Labelling food as ‘Kosher’ is very important for J’ish due to the additional dietary restrictions – such as the rules relating to time between consumption of foods containing meat and dairy, as is indicating if meat in question has been through the koshering process.

    H’alal is very important for m’uzzies in order to be certain that the meat was slaughtered following their method – particularly the detail on the prayer being said before dispatch.

    Personally, I would prefer such foods to be labelled clearly so as a consumer I can make informed purchases.

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    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Ughh Gordon – you signed the ‘faux Lisbon parchment’ that the political circus of the msm across the three stooge parties have attempted (miserably) to sell on to the British Public. It’s akin to all the circus journo’s who sold on the dodgy rolled up CDO’s from the land of the busted dream.

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    jgm2 says:

    It’ll make it easier to appoint him some European Grand poo-bah in 2015 or 2020.

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    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:


  159. 159
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    The city and the legals in the Temple – don’t like the true statistics to be known – but they know the truth is coming.

  160. 160
    Anonymous says:

    Here he is bothering some people at breakfast.

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    Kippers don't like questions says:

    Try answering the question.

  163. 163
    Lacey B says:

    Oh EYBB! You are so rugged! ♥

  164. 164
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Where is the Sun or Times on demanding that Chilcot be revealed in the public interest or did i miss summit?

  165. 165
    Benny Fitz-Clements says:

  166. 166
    cheche says:


    I’ve just listened to a report on ITV news – oddly enough they managed it with out a mention of the r. of p

  167. 167
    Reality check says:

    But 90% won’t. Even if 40% do, which is doubtful, it still means that 60% don’t. Eventually even the most vociferous Kipper will have to accept the simple fact that the majority doesn’t agree with them.

  168. 168
    Anonymous says:

    Only three questions?

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    In denial kipper Troll Watch Watch says:

    The voters don’t care if UKIP are racist or not. It so happens that most of them aren’t but that is beside the point. If they were, they’d still be right about Europe.

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    Goodbye, goodbye, you're leaving us, goodbye, says:

    It’s all over now.

  171. 171
    jgm2 says:

    Chemistry lessons for starters.

  172. 172
    Gordon McBroon, financial genius says:

    With my £1 calculator, I make that £1,316.66 per card

  173. 173
    jgm2 says:

    Wassup Brown?

  174. 174
    The obsequious waiter says:

    More marmalade, your worship

  175. 175
    Real Conservatives vote UKIP says:

    Quite so.
    The Guardian is impossible to take seriously, yet it’s like “alternative comedy” – totally devoid of humour. Its content appears to have been written almost entirely by the mentally ill.

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    jgm2 says:

    Lib Dems on 8% I can understand. UKIP on 13% I can understand. Tories on 34% I can understand. But why aren’t Labour on 28%?

    From where did we suddenly find 7% more morons than 2010?

    Are the moron factories of the North and Fucking Scotland putting in extra shifts?

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    Fuck me..!! Are you still here?!? No one cares you twat!! says:


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    jgm2 says:

    First question will be ‘Why are UKIP so racist’. Followed by Farage claiming they’re not and Dimbleby, every guest and the entire hand-picked, because of the unique way we’re funded, studio audience deciding that they are.

    N*ick Gr*if*fin all over again.

    I hope I’m wrong.

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    Hit me with your rhythm stick says:

    Let’s face it, he is just like a Bobo doll.

    You knock him right over but he keeps coming back up again for more.

    There will be a psychological explanation, no doubt.

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    Leftwit says:

    Remember that Boris is a “part time Mayor” but Gordoom no-show McBrown is a wonderful full-time MP, despite jetting around the world earning £1.37m and running the “keep Scotland English” campaign

  181. 181
    jgm2 says:

    That’s what they used to say about the SNP in Fucking Scotland. Look at them now.

  182. 182
    Conchita Wurst says:

    Immigration, dear boy, immigration.

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    i agree says:

    Voters are totally sick and tired with the word racist being
    thrown around in order to stifle an important
    and legitimate debate.
    There is nothing racist about wanting a points-based
    immigration system (similar to that in Australia)-which
    is what UKIP is calling for.

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    UKIP 4 ALL says:

    She looks too depressed to work for a living so maybe she would make the perfect labour MP.

  185. 185
    Colgate Duraphat says:

    They are probably dosing the toothpaste with something.

  186. 186
    Jezza says:

    Eeny meeny miny mo..

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    Oi! says:

    A four b’two, say it aint true !

  188. 188
    Colgate Duraphat says:

    Be afraid!

  189. 189
    Ed (Too Fat must Fast for Flat Waistline) Balls says:

    Is Dromey under the top table?

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    Nigel Mirage says:

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    Colgate Duraphat says:


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    jgm2 says:

    I understand Cameron can’t give us an election because of the coalition. For the same reason they can’t make any cuts. Because of the fucking coalition. Five more wasted years. Because of the coalition.

    But which tactical genius agreed to invite Nick Clegg to a debate. Which tactical genius even agreed to a debate in the first place?

    Blair told Major to fuck off and he had a 20% or so lead. Why? Because you just never know what could go wrong. Why take an unnecessary chance?

    Cameron’s problem is not my fucking problem (although, in a very real sense, it is).

    What harm will it do to fire as many LibLabCon MEPs as possible?

    Wake the fuckers up a bit. What possible harm can it do?

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    Anonymous says:

    Oh dear oh dear, you really believe what your typing don’t you.

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    sometime I wonder, then I think who cares says:

    I think the more they have a go a Farage the more they show us scum and the general tv watching public what pieces of nasty crap they are, they think the public are waiting on their words of wisdom but they are just pissing themselves with laughter at the antics of these so called grown up pillars of society as they play their infant school tricks.

  195. 195
    The British public says:

    We’re not interested in excuses.
    We want out of the EU and UKIP is
    the only party listening to our views.

  196. 196
    Ed (Too Fat must Fast for Flat Waistline) Balls says:

    Their tits look well supported?

  197. 197
    Anonymous says:

    You are blue anonymous and I claim my front seat tickets to Dave and Nick’s wedding ceremony.

  198. 198
    Ed (Too Fat must Fast for Flat Waistline) Balls says:

    Q1: Con to UKIP-“You racist?”
    Q2: Lab to UKIP-“You racist?”
    Q3: LD to UKIP-“You racist?”

  199. 199
    Bloomers in rain-soaked Bongo Bongo Land says:

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    Anonymous says:

    I was just going to vote UKIP in the Euro election but
    since my local Tory council has failed to do a basic job
    of filling in pot-holes and wants to build unwanted
    houses on the greenbelt around our town,I shall also
    support the local UKIP council candidate.

  201. 201
    meat and two veg says:

    Support your local butcher.
    They know exactly where the meat has
    come from and how it’s been slaughtered.

  202. 202
    Ed Balls says:

    235 is right.

  203. 203
    jgm2 says:

    I disagree. The majority of the public still believe that the BBC is an entirely neutral organisation with no agenda.

    So programs like QT are used to generate ‘news’. Just as Andrew Marr’s gentle underarm questions to Labour shadow-cabinet ministers are used to generate ‘news’.

    With the left hand the ‘independent’ BBC can, at the behest of the Labour party who are losing votes to the B&P, have QT set up (say) N*ick Gr*if*fin and can then, with the right hand, ‘report’ the ‘news’ that he got one hell of a kicking.

    I’m not watching it but I fear this is what is happening to Farage.

  204. 204
    Flo says:

    Anyone wanna take me for a ride?

  205. 205
    p says:

    We hate twats who piss all our money away just to line their own pockets. What is wrong with that?

  206. 206
    Shopper says:

    Local butchers are usually too expensive.

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    JH5963689197593 says:

    Look at the weird twat looming in, like some arsehole after Dizzy Rascal’s autograph.

    No dignity.

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    C O (Ξ7s1) says:

    The arguments put forward pro-immigration on QT – most on the panel conflating non-EU with EU:

    i) Not enough Brits doing science courses, so Universities would have to close down.

    ii) NHS is dependent on staff

    iii) Hotels / Catering staff

    Counter arguments (not given):

    i) Why are there not enough Brits doing science courses in the UK ? Either too much supply, or serious problems in education with Brits which means the demand is too low domestically.

    Shirley Williams did not mention that UK universities use higher fee paying non-EU students to subsidize local students. But arguing that more science students are needed because there are not enough British is false.

    ii) NHS should be employing UK staff first as it is a UK institution. It is only employing immigrants as they are cheaper and to save the local cost of training staff.

    This is not a good situation, and has the effect of depriving foreign countries of medical staff. It is also not a good dependency for the NHS as with changes in the US the best foreign medical staff are more likely to go to the US. This could explain why the quality of NHS staff has been going down.

    iii) Hotels / Catering staff – those low paying jobs are being denied to British people by immigrants now. The argument that British people will not do those jobs is deeply offensive to those local people who may be looking for work at present.

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    chuckus your money says:

    UKIP is nasty and ugly but I’m nice and pretty

  210. 210
    In denial kipper Troll Watch Watch Watch says:

    It’s possible to be opposed to a federal Europe without buying into UKIP’s extremist position. That position isn’t helped by racist candidates.

  211. 211
    The tit in no. 10 who claims to be Christian without having understood a word of Christian teachings says:

    I give you my cast-iron promise of an “in / in referendum” on the EU two years after I’ve been chucked out of Westminster.

  212. 212
    C O (Ξ7s1) says:

    Chuka should leave the chip at home – he has been looking very ugly tonight.

    Very ugly.

    Shirley Williams is a moron.

    Caroline Lucas – isn’t she being prosecuted at the moment, and a communist ?

  213. 213
    Morley & Outwood says:

    Tut tut Ed… very politically incorrect, someone may get offended.

  214. 214
    GeoffS says:

    Our tripartite seems to be blind, immigrants are always the doctor’s never the patients, always the teachers never the students and always the bus driver’s never the passengers…  

  215. 215
    Religion has no place in a civilised high street food shop says:

    I want to know that the meat that I buy is neither halal nor kosher.

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    Fruitcake and swivel eyed loony loving the panic and utter desperation says:

    Chucky, Shirley, Caroline & Shitts. All peas from the same pod.

    Nigel, let ‘em stew in their own juice.

    Vote UKIP, get UKIP.

  217. 217
    Westminster Bubble says:

    Who’s this Nigel Farage chap?

  218. 218
    jgm2 says:

    Indeed. It’s fucking bollocks that there aren’t enough science courses. Just make science courses free and double the cost for liberal arts courses. Supply and demand. If you want to do a fucking hobby degree then you can pay for it. If you’re really as clever as you say you are and that you just fancied doing a hobby degree then why not use that giant brain to be of some use to your country and do a proper degree instead.

    I’d like to have done a degree in Fucking (Female) Models but I don’t think the taxpayer should be subsidising it and neither should they be subsidising hobby shit like History, Geography, English or PPE. If the UK needs scientists and doctors and nurses then get the hobby degree-ists to pay for it.

    And in any case, it’s still a load of shit. The NHS ‘only’ employs 1 million people so why did we need to import 2 million people from Sh*it*is*tan just to get a few hundred people with medical degrees who can’t speak a word of English?

    Would it not have been a lot fucking cheaper to open another few medical schools in the UK?

  219. 219
    C O (Ξ7s1) says:

    Caroline Lucas should be awarded an eco-friendly irony award for being a Green party MP with the brass to accuse UKIP of having dodgy policies.

  220. 220
    Clarence Gobb says:

    The BBC is …………….?

  221. 221
    Please refrain from leaning against the bacon slicer as we are getting behind with our orders says:

    Cannibalism is not unknown in certain parts of Nigeria.
    Is it too much to hope that the one-eyed mong might run into some of its practitioners ?

  222. 222
    Chuka ( you can call me Harrison ) Urmunneyaround says:

  223. 223
    Fruitcake and swivel eyed loony loving the panic and utter desperation says:

    I’ll listen to Shirley. Chucka fuck off.

  224. 224
    C O (Ξ7s1) says:

    Both Chuka and Caroline have been suggesting on national television that the electorate should be feeling anger and expressing anger.

    Surely that is incitement – it is certainly not a responsible way of presenting either a pro-EU argument, or style of debate.

  225. 225
    Fishy says:

    QT is a car crash tonight.

    Farage seems to be targeted by Dumblebore, but on the other hand he is lying through his teeth about the ‘Cast Iron Guarantee’. AGAIN

  226. 226
    Fruitcake and swivel eyed loony loving the panic and utter desperation says:

    ‘I have no time for you sir’
    ‘Just hold on’
    ‘Er er’

    Feck off.

    Vote UKIP, get UKIP.

  227. 227

  228. 228
    Mark Oatibix says:

    I do!

  229. 229
    Metropolitan Liberal Elite says:

    Is he that strange chap that only eats kippers with a pint and a fag?

  230. 230
    BBC QT says:


  231. 231
    Dr Cromwell (the pureitan) says:

    Is that the New Model Tardis ?

  232. 232
    Jolly Miffed Person says:

    It is not yet a crime to be angry.

    The criminal law deals with criminal acts, it does not criminalise feelings.

  233. 233
    Just asking.... says:

    Who gives a fuck about Nigeria apart from the hand picked QT audience?

  234. 234
    The Small Print says:

    The Conservative Party played bait and switch with the electorate’s aspirations. They are a party of snake-oil salesmen.

  235. 235
    One word says:


  236. 236
    Fruitcake and swivel eyed loony loving the panic and utter desperation says:

    Just ask yourself the question. How long did it take for the MSM/establishment to pick up on the Nigerian girls thing? 3 weeks?

    To be fair UKIP didn’t bother with it either until it became ‘popular’ to worry about what was going on.

  237. 237
    Bullshit Watch says:

    Shirley Williams thinks Asia is a country.

  238. 238
    Vin Diesel says:

    Lucas isn’t what you’d call a bright spark. She should be unplugged.

  239. 239
    C O (Ξ7s1) says:

    State provided health care relies on unrealistically cheap mass labour which has been medically trained.

    If government has not set policy about a generation in advance to produce enough medical staff – a complex set of policies which would be expensive – then it will need to import.

    If the UK did produce enough good quality staff to be self sufficient, one would probably find that many of those staff would migrate to work elsewhere where the money / work conditions were better – for example the US.

  240. 240
    Still, it could be worse says:

    There seems to be an attitude that everybody in Europe is really nice and it is so wrong that we don’t want them over here. That the people who are for the european integration are somehow more sophisticated and humanist whereas the truth is it is they that are a bit behind in understanding.

  241. 241
    Socialists think we're mushrooms, that's why we're kept in the dark and fed on bullshit says:

    Labour didn’t build enough power stations either.

  242. 242
    F##k the LibLabCon says:

    The BBC have shown themselves up as nothing more than a establishment lick-spittle attack dog, I dare say it will have been noticed by many people tonight.

  243. 243
    Gos says:

    Hating is not, in and of itself, a crime.

  244. 244
    C O (Ξ7s1) says:

    LibLabCon needs a distraction.

    US assistance is needed in N’igeria because Europe does not have the capability to. That is somewhat embarrassing for Europe.

    There are some very good political weapons to be deployed against Cameron here, and also European NATO countries which are not pulling their weight on defence spending commitments.

    As Cameron continues to advocate a policy of intervention in N’igeria, whilst he cuts defence, he is clearly undermining his ability to implement policy.

    Further proof that Cameron is an idiot.

  245. 245
    JJ says:

    Atypical bleeding heart liberal issue no one in the West really gives a fuck about.

  246. 246
    Ger Anium-Fortutu says:

    Is that an isotope of flouride ?

  247. 247
    jgm2 says:

    Well that simply cannot be right. I remember the Deputy Prime Minister of the day, the utter fucking idiot Prescott, with the aid of his staff of 2,000, signing off building 100,000 homes on the Thames flood plain.

    It was this environmentally courageous decision that brought him to the attention of the Chinese Secret Service some fucking university in China who promptly hired such an utter fucking idiot with access to the entire machinations of the UK government as their ‘visiting environmental expert’.

  248. 248
    StevieBC says:

    Jeezo GF, that’s 2 personal pops at another publication on the same day.

    Why the hissyfit ? Did they reject you for a job in the past or something?

    Think you’re winning your personal race to the bottom for this website. :(

  249. 249
    Jack Ketch says:

    Farage to Chukka “You are either telling wilful lies or you are pig-ignorant”.

    Perhaps both?

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    sometime I wonder, then I think who cares says:

    Well done Nige, haven’t watched QT for a while, you held your own and walked over those so called lefty intellectuals, Nige for PM hopefully one day.

  251. 251
    Fishy says:

    Bollocks. That is the Farage lie.

    Cameron promised a referendum, but this could only take place if the Lisbon Treaty was not ratified. When the Czechs became the last EU country to agree to Lisbon, it became EU Law (and no longer a treaty).

    Farage said that Cameron went into the last election with a cast iron guarantee of a referendum. He did not. In November 2009 (6 months BEFORE the election), Cameron took a front page out in the Sun to say why he could no longer give a referendum. He went into the election quite clear and transparent about that.

    Farage has lied

  252. 252
    C O (Ξ7s1) says:

    Chuka objecting to the Pfizer pharma deal, but not mentioning that Ed Miliband is in receipt of money from that company.

    Nigel did well under fire tonight.

    Pointed out that the Pfizer deal decision will be made by the European commission. And then that UK govt. would be able to stop it if the UK exited the EU.

    Suggesting that Chuka was pig ignorant three times whilst being interrupted trying to make his point was quite refreshing.

    Vote UKIP.

  253. 253
    JJ says:

    Institutionally biased?

  254. 254
    Fishy says:

    I have a great deal of sympathy with some of the things that Farage stands for. But only the blind could believe he walked all over the others.

    I think that he was quiet poor tonight (see above re his ‘cast iron’ lie)

  255. 255
    C O (Ξ7s1) says:

    Agreed. :-D

  256. 256
    BBC Question Time says:

  257. 257
    U-235 (victim of friendly fire) says:

    Public opinion regarding enforced enrichment is full of fluctuations.

  258. 258
    Anonymous says:

    It’s not enough to have a hand picked audience. A biased chairman who talks over answers he doesn’t want people to hear and who calls the right people with the questions he wants asked.The rest of the panel all shouting down and against one panel member,oh no that’s not enough. Looks the lone Kipper in the audience snook in a mate.

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    sometime I wonder, then I think who cares says:

    Opinions dear boy/girl , it’s my opinion, you have yours, Camoron did his usual piece of wordplay and it came out as he lied to the public, he should buy some better spads, they seem to be cheap around the HOC.

  260. 260
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    QT – the LibLabCon have Hoisted themselves by their own damning ‘silences’ of in thrall to big Pharma bucks.

    Watched the whole of QT – oh dear – and Public opinion is now starting to scare the 5hit out of the current incumbent imbeciles in parliament – who have lied and lied and lied – to the British Public.

  261. 261
    Fruitcake and swivel eyed loony loving the panic and utter desperation says:

    Oh my gawd. Abbottopotamus at it again.

  262. 262
    ChuckUsYerMoney – or we’ll take it anyway says:

    I defy anyone in the LibLabCon to pick holes in my arguments.

    UKIP – being outside the bubble – does not count.

  263. 263
    sometime I wonder, then I think who cares says:

    Just seems that the public are learning how to be able to get in a show and get their opinions aired.

  264. 264
    jgm2 says:

    Cameron made a world of mistakes in opposition but I don’t buy into the story that people believed he would hold a referendum on a treaty that had already been ratified by the Imbecile.

    On that one at least he is off the hook as far as I’m concerned.

    My disappointment stems from him agreeing, just as the wheels finally came off the Maximum Imbecile’s borrow and squander illusion of an economy, to match the Imbecile’s spending plans. Ten years Tory leaders and shadow chancellors had been warning that the Imbecile was pissing away money he didn’t have and just as the proof arrives – Cameron agrees to match his lunatic spending.

    Imagine in the 2010 election being able to say ‘I told you so’ instead of having to go along with the ‘It all started in America…’ shit that Brown manufactured.

    Then, to pile idiocy upon idiocy – when he was well ahead in a two horse race he agreed to a TV debate with the Imbecile. And invited Clegg along for good measure. Blair was running rings around Major in 1997 but he told Major to fuck off about a TV debate. Why? Because you just never know. Better to stick to the choreographed (bussed in) ‘spontaneous crowd scenes that had worked so well so far.

    For somebody with a First class degree in PPE from one of the world’s finest universities and a background in PR he really is remarkably shit at Politics, Economics and PR.

    He’s probably okay as a person (unlike the Maximum Imbecile) but how the fuck he manages to make these basic errors just defies belief.

  265. 265
    WOW says:


  266. 266
    The Small Print says:

    You can convince yourself of that tarradiddle, but the public knows better. The technicality you wish to use to wriggle away from this committment to a referendum is utterly unconvincing to us: it is the electoral equivalent of the leak andout the missile range of the 45 minute weapons of mass destruction aimed at Cyprus. Deniable in the House of Lies in Westminster, but everyone knows it eminated officially and it was a fucking lie made for a purpose.

  267. 267
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    i could refer to comments i made earlier about the whole missing Nigerian girls issue and the uselessness of the UN and political scumbags across the world – couldn’t i?

    They really [UK] need to clean up the 5hit in their own backyard before they distract to issues over there in another jurisdiction.

  268. 268
    Fruitcake and swivel eyed loony loving the panic and utter desperation says:

    Easy job. Referendum now. Then we’ll all know where we stand.

  269. 269
    Halal Slovak says:

    See 225, liar.

  270. 270
    Metropolitan Liberal Elite says:


  271. 271
    C O (Ξ7s1) says:

    Farage was talking about the 2009 European election.

    As an MEP that would perhaps be more relevant to him.

    If the point is pushed, the LibLabCon will have to admit that their Euro election manifesto pledges are worth less than those they make going into GE.

    That works in UKIP’s favour.

    Farage did not lie, people just mistake which election he was talking about. He did actually state he was talking about the 2009 European election on QT tonight :-)

  272. 272
    Spice of Life says:

    Makes a change though eh?

  273. 273
    Just suppose you stood up in publc and said... says:

    I hate black people.

  274. 274
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Lucas the spent force and her greeny party fully endorsed UKIP as i explained t ‘other day on here.

  275. 275
    F##k the LibLabCon says:


  276. 276
    Anonymous says:

    Ye pin head and odd bod won’t like that.

  277. 277
    Fishy says:

    How did he lie?

  278. 278
    jgm2 says:

    Did he really say that? Good on him.

    I can’t believe the Little Prince took that too well.

  279. 279
    F##k the LibLabCon says:

    Good, fuck the LibLabCon.

  280. 280
    Fruitcake and swivel eyed loony loving the panic and utter desperation says:

    Sleep tight Kippers.

    The earthquake is coming.

    The LibLabCon haven’t worked it out yet.

    Vote UKIP, get UKIP.

  281. 281
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Many do care especially the families of the dead – whom Blair has made millions out of.

    Murdoch is hoisted by his own fucking Organ’s ineptitudedness, and not being able to rise to the occasion upon being questioned.

  282. 282
    Cardinal Biggles says:

    ‘S okay Blowy, Sheep May Safely Graze!

  283. 283
    Anonymous says:

    Grant bragged about the £100′ millions given to Nigeria. He was greeted near silence,you could have heard a pin drop. What went wrong, was the guy with the cheer now prompt board asleep?

  284. 284
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Of who or what exactly – you Rsole?

  285. 285
    pimply nerd says:

    Somebody ought to consider the big picture, this isn’t just 200 kidnap victims.

    Someone doesn’t like Nigeria’s success and oil wealth. Boko Haram have been extraordinarily coordinated and successful. Someone is attempting to get the US and the West in another mess.

    It’s highly likely that this rescue will end in only partial success or failure. Who will benefit from a further blackening of the US reputation and who are their African agents directing the plot?

  286. 286
    Fishy says:

    Read 225, carefully.

    Lisbon was signed by Brown and the other Miliband in December 2007 (having reneged on a referendum), ratified in November 2009 and came into force on the 1st December 2009.

    The Tories came into government in May 2010

  287. 287
    Right wing BBC says:

  288. 288
    Simple solution says:

    The public mood has certainly swung against the liars of LibLabCon.

  289. 289
    Anonymous says:

    Chukka came across as arrogant.He got caught lying a few times too.

  290. 290
    Simple solution says:

    Is that the fat mouthy fuckwit?

  291. 291
    C O (Ξ7s1) says:

    There are only two things that matter in N’igeria:

    i) No local coup that would remove the current government – they are too useful for the hydrocarbon trade.

    ii) Stop AQIM from taking over N’igeria – which would have an impact on hydrocarbon exports. N’igeria is strategically important for AQIM.

    Whilst a new A’fghanistan type conflict is needed in West A’frica, one led by the US would be a big mistake.

    The reason why the US are unsuitable is that they do not have the local knowledge which the ex-colonial European nations do – important to be effective in that part of the world. This was demonstrated in Mal!.

  292. 292
    Gos says:

    If you said so in a context where you were not inciting anyone to do anything, were not threatening anyone and you were not offending anyone, do you think you would be committing a crime? Under which law?

  293. 293
    jgm2 says:

    Were there really 35% UKIP in the audience then?

  294. 294
    Anonymous says:


  295. 295
    Figel Narage says:

    Yawn! See it how you like, Farage was not given the courtesy of the last word, shouted down by the tripartite…..

  296. 296
    JH3243262345645 says:

    Conservative policy seems to revolve around appeasing Guardian readers.

  297. 297
    C O (Ξ7s1) says:

    Russ!a has motivation there, and P’utin has demonstrated a strong desire to humiliate the West – as he has in U’kraine.

    N’igeria’s oil is strategically important for AQIM: If they capture it they will be able to make real progress across central Afr!ca.

  298. 298
    pimply nerd says:

    He was making the point that the ultimate decision on AstraZenica would be taken by the EU Commission.

    Vince Cable confirmed this yet the other parties shouted Farage down again.

  299. 299
    DD says:

    Tory Troll

  300. 300
    Cast Iron Dave says:

    To right Mark, the left must always have the last say on any BBC current affairs program. It’s the right thing to do with a uniquely funded bloated organisation.

  301. 301
    Tripartite Cerberus says:


  302. 302
    JH3243262345645 says:

    Actually, I was quite surprised at how even handed it came across… no-one likes to back the losers do they?

    Not one attempt to trip up Farage landed home. Are the BBC suddenly pretending that they aren’t hell bent on destroying UKIP after all? It would be a bit embarrassing if they carried on as they were, given the likely results of the election.

  303. 303
    Chipy says:

    You’re a lawyer aren’t you?

  304. 304
    PDubya says:

    It strikes me that the only reason animals are having their throats cut by those of certain faiths is blatant pandering to a minority whilst hoping that the rest of us wont notice. Mission creep starts small but has a way like the acorn of turning into something a helluva lot bigger. You only have to look at the free trade area that we joined which has morphed into a full blown takeover of many of this country’s institutions. We cannot even deport foreign criminals and terrorists without European courts giving the nod FFS.
    If certain sections of the community want halal let them have it but I personally do not want meat on my table that’s come from a poor dumb animal that’s had it’s throat barbarically slit and a foreign prayer said over it just to make the supermarkets a few quid richer by not labelling it.

  305. 305
    Simple solution says:

    Splendid performance from Farage on QT.
    He made his mark and his words resonate….the other 4 panellists were appalling.

    Good to see him get angry too.

  306. 306
    Miliband is a cunt says:

    I’ve never liked Ruby Wax but she’s taking the piss out of Miliband on This Week, which is enjoyable. She says he made a big mistake in bragging about being intellectually self-confident.

  307. 307
    C O (Ξ7s1) says:

    But did the Tory’s run their candidates in the European elections of June 2009 on the referendum pledge ?

    It is that election which Nigel is referring.

    Deflecting to 2010 is demonstrating Cameron’s spin to conceal a lie.

  308. 308
    JH3243262345645 says:

    Translation: UKIP supporters were represented on #bbcqt

  309. 309
    F##k the LibLabCon says:

    We should all be angry with the liblabconners, very very angry indeed.

  310. 310
    boko harem shuffle says:

    and nigeria has shit tonnes of oil so a nice pantomime group of rag tag towel heads camping it up with their kidnapping of hundreds of pure virginal girls is fucking manna for our esteemed righteously sincere western overlords. they even reeled out that “demented so obvious she’s brainwashed got shot for being at school but was heroically saved and survived and now shafts about the globe spieling shite likes she’s gandhi double bagger” (insert – between each word because i can’t be arsed) to speak out for those young un’s who are probably having every one of their orifices brutalized as we breathe.

    i know, it is horrific to contemplate that those raw, well muscled finally tuned sinewy athletic brutes are wallowing through those pert titted juicy twatted innocents like they’re sex machines – their proud large cocks squirting spunk about by the bucket load. just image the noise of the groans, the deep growls of awakening sexuality. it is too much is it not?! we must without any hesitation send in tens of thousands of well trained well equipped well muscled finally tuned sinewy athletic brutes wearing swag level uniforms and wielding incredibly advanced weaponry to save these maidens and secure the oil pipelines just in case some of those brutes run like the cowards they are and try to disrupt the well oiled sale of oil out of the decidedly non-corrupt nigeria.

  311. 311
    Open borders no control says:

    I wish Farage had asked Shapps to tell us exactly how many immigrants have came in from Romania and Bulgaria since the start if the year.

    He’d have had no answer to that question.

  312. 312
    F##k the LibLabCon says:

    There, you fixed it for her!

  313. 313
    pimply nerd says:

    His lips were moving weren’t they? Chuka is nothing but a smug liar, winging it. Future in double glazing sales is assured.

  314. 314
    jgm2 says:

    Yeah. Big mistake. It’s like saying ‘I’m not afraid of you’ when nobody suggested you were. Freud would be all over that shit.

    Miliband is clearly intellectually terrified.

    The real problems are posed by utter fuckwits who are intellectually arrogant. People like Ed ‘never-knowingly-right’ Balls and his ex-boss the Maximum Imbecile.

  315. 315
    C O (Ξ7s1) says:

    Seeing D’iane A’bbot talking about intellectual confidence is amusing on many levels, but non in her favour ;-)

  316. 316
    Anonymous says:

    To hold a position being against a federal Europe and then suggesting this position is compatible with support for any of the Lib Lab Con is an intellectually bankrupt argument.

    Neither of LibLabCon want to leave the EU, let alone renegotiate our membership. The latter being a Cameron pipe dream as pointed out by a Merkel and the EU a great many times.

    The only party who wants the UK to regain its sovereignty, and that is against a Federal EU, is UKIP.

    UKIP is the only party who will stand up for the UK, the only party who will empower the voters of the UK, the only party who will allow the UK to control and set its own laws, the only party that will stop unelected EU buearocrats controlling 75% of the laws in our country.

  317. 317
    JH3243262345645 says:

    For years on here I have been waxing on about how the left’s dissemination of ‘approved’ opinion will crumble, and the backlash will be delicious.

    We are seeing it happen now. Dimbleby actually verged on being deferential to Farage tonight; the commentariat are not completely stupid, they want to be on the ‘winning’ side and are terrified of being out in the cold when the left’s choke hold on the popular narrative is finally smashed into lovely smithereens.

  318. 318
    Cast Iron Dave says:

    It’s the right… SORRY left thing to do!

  319. 319
    TE Lawrence says:

    50% is possible. Nothing is written. No prisoners.

  320. 320
    A nonny mous says:

    To hold a position being against a federal Europe and then suggesting this position is compatible with support for any of the Lib Lab Con is an intellectually b@nk rupt argument.

    Neither of LibLabCon want to leave the EU, let alone renegotiate our membership. The latter being a Cameron pipe dream as pointed out by a Merkel and the EU a great many times.

    The only party who wants the UK to regain its sovereignty, and that is against a Federal EU, is UKIP.

    UKIP is the only party who will stand up for the UK, the only party who will empower the voters of the UK, the only party who will allow the UK to control and set its own laws, the only party that will stop unelected EU buearocrats controlling 75% of our laws country.

  321. 321
    C O (Ξ7s1) says:

    The BBC were largely responsible for M’alala being shot in the head when they encouraged her to p’iss off the local religious nuts where she lived.

    Then she came under the wing of the Maximum Imbecile.

    She must have done some seriously bad shit in her last incarnation.

  322. 322
    DD says:

    You are warped and absolutely disgusting

  323. 323
    M J K Smith says:


  324. 324
    C O (Ξ7s1) says:

    The previous narrative was smashed when the credit crunch hit, finally broken when the Brown was thrown out of office. To be honest I think it really went sometime in 2006 around the time it became clear that !raq was fucked and Bla!r stepped down.

    The commentariat have been keeping the narrative going perhaps to maintain a semblance of status quo for the masses and allow the transition you speak of to proceed in an orderly fashion.

    Undoing the machinery of political correctness, especially in a country that has been destabilized by mass immigration and economic mismanagement, is a very delicate operation.

    The final shreds of consensus holding the previous patterns of thought together are breaking now. Am thinking that the expenses scandal and Savile revelations have catalysed this process somewhat.

    Comparing a comment thread on this blog from two years ago vs. now will demonstrate some of this.

    Comparing a QT broadcast two years ago compared to what was broadcast tonight will really show just how much things have changed.

    The moniker ‘Right Full Rudder’ which is used here was prophetic and is accurate.

  325. 325
    jgm2 says:

    Chuka is nothing but a smug liar, winging it.

    That’s the c*unt to a ‘t’.

  326. 326
    A nonny mous says:

    Typical BBC QT and disgusting behaviour by the BBC and Dumbleby.

    Constant interruptions whenever Nigel spoke, all the other guests would literally shout him down if was about to make another winning point.

    Case in point the last question about AstraZeneca, all other guests allowed to speak at length, but Farage given about 15 seconds and nit even allowed to get out his last couple of words, which were, any decision on the takeover can only be taken by the EU….. And not our government….

    But no one could hear that above the baying disgusting din the legacy LibLabCon created as they shouted Farage down.

    The BBC is a political organisation, it’s actions are an affront to democracy.

    Only today on the R4 today programme, there was 10 minutes devoted to the abducted Nigerian schoolgirls, and you know what, despite saying BokalHaram, in 10 minutes not once, not once did those traitorous left wing elite on the today programme explain the terrorists were Muslim fanatics. The word Muslim or Islam was completely missing, why ?

    The BBC has to be privatised, and not a day to soon. Even Portillio on with Brillo this evening said intellectually he could no longer support the licence fee. The BBC has to change for the better, the licence fee has to go.

  327. 327
    A nonny mous says:

    The BBC is funded to the tune if tens of millions of £’s by the EU.

    In short, the BBC is running a full on politicised smear campaign against UKIP.

    The BBCs behaviour is disgusting and unacceptable, more than that, it’s actions close down rational legal debate and are a threat to democracy in this country.

    The problem with the BBC is that it is – “institutionally Socialist”.

    The BBCs licence payer funded model is simply unjustifiable.

  328. 328
    jgm2 says:


    Don’t pay it.

    If the bedwetters were forced to pay a set fee for something they didn’t agree with, regardless of ability to pay or services supplied, then they’d be rioting in the streets like … ooooh … say … the Poll Tax.

    If 10,000,000 people just refuse to pay to be lied to what are they going to do? Jail everybody?

    Fuck ‘em.

  329. 329
    jgm2 says:

    Wouldn’t have needed so many houses if they hadn’t imported 2 million third worlders from Sh*it*i*st*an.

  330. 330
    boko harem shuffle says:

    thus far all we have seen is a bunch of mothers sitting around saying their kids have been pinched and a shitty low resolution mobile video of 3 excited towel heads claiming they might sell the girls. widen your horizons if you dare and google the term “crisis actors” and then expand on the notion that some people are so poor they’d happily pretend their children have been pilfered if it means said children (who are safe at home) can be fed- google 419 scams if you want to get a notion of just how poor some people in nigeria are you pathetic self out. a big diversion from the shit hitting the fan in ukraine, the syria masterplan going to fuck and the upcoming euro elections. now we’re being told they massacred a village or whatever and this and that and a whole new set of baddies is born to make you feel even less safe and sleep less at night. oh blimey what about that bood bood family who live next door? or the couple who run the cornershop?

    this week like every week in the uk 2000 children will go missing, about a quarter of that figure are never seen again. that is every fucking week in the uk. let me make that simple 500 children in the uk go missing every fucking week and are never ever seen again. but fuck that cos the mainstream media never talk about it but they are talking about a bunch of nigerians so we must show our support even though quite possibly it is yet another false flag or somewhat exaggerated, because you know it ain’t like there is a lot of shit about oil been going on since 2001 and nigeria has fucking loads of it.

    so i am disgusted at you you thick cnut for being so warped to believe everything the media and politicians throw at you- fucking mug. i am off to have a very angry wank and i will be fantasying about being a raging towel head with loads of tight never been used clunge to play with and they will all look like your daughter and/or your wife when she/they/it/marsupial was a pristine untouched teenager. yay for freedom of thought hey!!!

  331. 331
    Sack Shapps Now. :) says:

    I had to laugh seeing the way the UKIP contigent had out SWPd the SWP contingent! :) BBC – get your house in order and make sure QT audience is representative…it’s not rocket science.

  332. 332
    Sack Shapps Now. :) says:

    Definitely a good night for Farage. Much helped by Caroline Lucas (“I agree with Nige”) and Shirley Williams (“great company when you’re having a few drinks”).

    Grant Shapps just looked like an estate agent. Wrong business mate!

    Chuka held his own but didn’t dent Farage.

    The plant in the audience who was supposed to do a demolition job on Farage failed completely when he mentioned tax policy – guaranteed to raise a yawn.

  333. 333
    Sack Shapps Now. :) says:

    Francois Hollande must be a midget submarine – assuming Marine is ahead in the polls that is.

  334. 334
    non taxable pikey says:

    2000 years ago Kosher was a good idea. (Halal just copied it to a large extent.). We now have a thing called refrigeration.

  335. 335
    non taxable pikey says:

    Has Fatbott been using the Whitey cream?

  336. 336
    Flowerpower says:

    Maybe Big Ears will be in charge by then anyway? So we can all fuck off and talk to the pot plants.

  337. 337
    Godron Q Flowerpower says:

    Oh and don’t forget I had already been voted out of power when I snuck away in the night with my crayon box. Clever that wannit?

  338. 338
    BLT and chips says:

    That’s what happened to the lady who sat on the bacon slicer – disaster….

  339. 339
    BLT and chips says:

    Just having a quick sniff like his mate Milipede? have you ever stood in a crown of unwashed Africans? Take my word mates, it is not bloody funny!! :-(

  340. 340
    BLT and chips says:

    delete ‘n’ insert ‘d’

  341. 341
    Anonymous says:

    Barroso tries to help Cameron get elected, he should f uck off , just like the eu should. If all the eu politicians really believe in a united europe then they should not get paid, let them do it for the love of it, I think they would soon change their minds.

    EU commission head: Britain can be treated as ‘the special one’
    José Manuel Barroso’s remarks suggest Britain could gain concessions in negotiations on the future of UK-EU relations

  342. 342
    albacore says:

    During “Question Time” how many immigrants came in
    And how many more before the E U polls begin
    Let alone the millions till English folks get to vote
    For a Parliament that might just keep England afloat?

  343. 343
    BLT and chips says:

    I seem to recall that a few years ago nearly all the newly qualified British doctors were declared as unwanted/no vacancies/wrong specialities etc etc…. so like the sensible practical folk they are, they all promptly buggered off to Australia, NZ and Canada and are no doubt now doing just fine in their local clinics and hospitals.

    Another politicians’ dog’s breakfast of planning…

  344. 344
    Bruce and Shiela from Waggawagga says:

    Her mate the screeching Aussie harridan was on Australia TV news yesterday still screeching her globule warming bollox. Just thought you like to know that despite disposing of that ugly Welsh woman recently, the greenies are still allowed air time dahnunda.

  345. 345
    DD says:

    Not only warped, a perverted fantacist.

  346. 346
    Anonymous says:

    I feel offended, as a Libdem voter is Ed Balls suggesting I am a cottager!

  347. 347
    Chukkka says:

    If in doubt wing it or just play the race card. The plebs fall for it every time.

    Did you see my new watch? Booshaka,booshaka,booshaka.

  348. 348
    White rabbit says:

    You’d think superbrains could work out the signals they radiate and try and camouflage effects somehow. But when you’re a bit ‘special’ like Balls and Brown, it’s obviously a social skill too far.

  349. 349
    Still, it could be worse says:

    Obama says N korean remarks are “ugly”
    Chukka says Ukip are “ugly”
    coincidence ?

  350. 350
    jgm2 says:

    Has Maguire jumped ship to the LibDems?

  351. 351
    Bill_Doody says:

    One big pile of shit.

  352. 352
    Village Idiot says:

    …My theory; Miliband is out of his depth,and,worst of all,the realisation that he is not up to the job,has dented his confidence,so ,over compensation and assurances from those around him are needed!
    I could be wrong and he is just useless!

  353. 353
    Miliband is a cunt says:

    I missed last night’s Question Time. How did Nigel do? I’ll assume Chucky was his typical smug obnoxious self.

  354. 354
    Village Idiot says:

    ….I can barely contain myself,and I hope it pans out as predicted,with a registration on the “Rihcter” scale!(not sure of spelling)…This is the most political fun in my short life..D.O.B. 1953

  355. 355
    Miliband is a cunt says:

    The Lib Dems missed a trick with their response to the Labour PPB by not including the shot of Mili sniffing the woman on The Agenda.

  356. 356
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    He is clearly an intellectual genius, ideas/answers to be sent on a blank postcard please, with a stamp (dickhead).

  357. 357
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    Von Rumpeys attack dogs.

  358. 358
    Bill_Doody says:

    It’s a defensive bluff.
    The BBC is the Peter Pettigrew alias ‘Wormtale’ of the British Media.
    It will also bow and cringe to a future UKIP Pime Minister.

  359. 359
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    Fist time I’ve heard it called… The Agenda.

  360. 360
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    Should read first, not fist, but then again.

  361. 361
    Ockham's Razor says:

    Good morning, dear albacore.
    May I present a Dundalk for comparison?

    Guinness is the finest stout
    Of that fact, there is no doubt
    Which is why I have to shout:
    Guinness is the finest stout

    We will get these buggers out
    Fortified and with great clout
    Cause the most almighty rout
    We will get these buggers out

  362. 362
    C O (Ξ7s1) says:

    The notion this is staged could be true.

    The story about mothers being arrested after trying to meet with the president’s wife seems more designed to cloud critical thinking and provoke an emotional response.

    The government of N’igeria will know if this was true. It is incredible to suggest that that government would have sat by idly.

    The implication is that even though the children have apparently been kidnapped by some new !slamic militant sex slave trade outfit, the government of N’igeria are equally uncaring and by implication evil, borderline complicit.

    The truth is likely somewhere in between, assuming this is not fiction.

    If 200 – 300 teenage girls are captured with intent to sell, the simple questions to ask are these:

    i) Where are they keeping them ?
    ii) How are they being secured and fed ?

    Regarding the girls as PoW’s – keeping that many people incarcerated and healthy (they want to sell them) requires infrastructure. That should make them easy to trace.

    iii) If they are trying to sell them illegally why advertise the fact ?
    iv) Is the demand for that many girls from one country actually present ?

    v) Why have the locals not tried to stop the kidnappers, or deal with this themselves ?

    That the capture is apparently successful absent major casualties among the locals suggests collusion. N’igerian villagers are not averse to self defence.

    It is incredible to suggest that none of those in the families involved would have not tried to reclaim their children.

    Gordon Brown’s specific involvement here is highly suspect.

    He is itching to push his educate girls UN agenda at any cost, and is well known for involvement in missing girl scams for political gain. eg. The M’ccann case.

    There is credibility to the notion that this is a bold scam.

    As such it certainly does not warrant military intervention or even the discussion of. The nature of the questions and statements being asked the HoC is also highly dubious, given the apparent lack of intel.

  363. 363
    Head Waiter says:

    Your Excellency, I’m sorry to trouble you but my eye fell into your soup when I was serving it.

    Excellency, No problem it was a bit lumpy but very nice soup.

  364. 364
    Diane Abbot says:

    I am offended. Arrest this comment.

    W A C I S T honky

  365. 365
    Pretend he is competent says:

    Out of his depth?…nonsense. Didn’t you see those confidents hand gestures as he walked down the street when Norman Smith sucked his balls all day yesterday

  366. 366
    Sumo wrestless says:

    How did Nigel do? -> Farage was brilliant.

    I’ll assume Chucky was his typical smug obnoxious self. -> 100% correct.

  367. 367
    Ockham's Razor says:

    What? The “Things can only get better” effect?

    You have be be a SuperTony to do that. ;-)

  368. 368
    Real Conservatives vote UKIP says:

    Just tell the EU to fuck off and go rot in hell. The UK should only have dealings with Europe, not the monstrous EU parasite.

  369. 369
    Aardvark says:

    This is what happens when a man allows himself to be poisoned by hatred.

    What a sad pathetic man.

  370. 370
    My guess says:


  371. 371
    My other guess says:


  372. 372
    My third and final guess says:


  373. 373
    cured lefty says:

    Lucas and her president Bennett look like they have a mains supply plugged permanently into their arseholes.

  374. 374
    NelsonsGoodeye says:

    Well said Pat. (As usual)

  375. 375
    Johna870 says:

    Farmville farms even include free gift that is especially designed for the neighbors on cedekabfdkac

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    Johnd474 says:

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