May 11th, 2014

WATCH: Dougie Alexander Gets Brutally Brillo’d


  1. 1 says:

    He was in shock. No one at the BBC has ever thrown him a real question before,

    Liked by 2 people

    • 5
       Like this says:

      Brillo should have asked him what his sister is uo to these days, didn’t she used to be leader of the Labour Party in Scotland? How did that go again?


      • 7
        LibLabCon says:



        • 22
          Horace says:

          Kindly do not describe Wee Dougie in that way. He cannot help being a gibbering cretin and urgently needs a brainectomy — a very minor op in his case, which savage cuts to our glorious NHS by the Tory-led Coalition have denied him!

          Liked by 1 person

          • broderick crawford says:

            Ah m a wee lad doon from the Isle of Sky
            Ahm no very big
            And ah m no very high
            But when Brillo invites a constructive reply
            Ahh say ” Andrew don ‘ t be silly ! “


          • Fred the taxpaying pensioner says:

            Several references to the famous ‘bedroom tax’ – so why did Brillo not ask him how much he thought HMRC had collected from this tax over the past 12 months?


        • 79
          DynoRod Dave, Shitshifter to the Clergy says:

          I don’t like


          • Toxic Labour for Spongers, Parasites, Criminals, Green Nazis, Peedos and other Wasters says:

            What else would you expect from disgusting Labour? Electoral kicking coming soon.


          • Not Village Idiot at the moment says:

            …..Why has this blog changed,what with “Like this”,blue star,and now,a fuffin great photo shape thing?…



          • Whitey says:

            It should be McBrillo – sorry he’s scottish too HAhahhahaahh!!!


          • Shocked of Sheen says:

            Do I like this like this? Or do I like this like this?


      • 146
        Wee Wendy says:

        I told Salmond to “Bring it on”. He did, I lost, I’m now spending more time with my family.


    • 16 says:

      4 hours of leafleting for our UKIP local council campaign and first post on here.
      What have I become ?


      • 43
        Anonymous says:

        for your local ukip.
        when the need is great, the solutions .


        • 50

          I’m a UKIP candidate.
          Power to the People !!!!


          • Anonymous says:

            Power to the (rich and powerful) People? Being supported and funded by big business – UKIP ain’t no Working Class Heroes.


      • 155
        Not Village Idiot at the moment says:

        ……You care about your country and have become so disillusioned with what “they” have done to this ,once great nation,that you are fighting back,quite rightly!…Keep it up!


      • 198
        Arse says:

        A Hunt.


    • 69
      The two Muppets says:

      Wee Dougie is a sandwich short of a picnic and not the sharpest knife in the drawer.


    • 91
      nnn says:

      Dougie is a snide little bastard


    • 98
      táxpáyér says:

      If you’re not voting UKIP, you’re an oikophobe.


    • 194
      Guest says:

      Remember when Guido got Owen Jones’d. Now that was embarrasing!


  2. 2
    Genghis Khan says:

    That was brutal? I’ll show you brutal.


  3. 3
    Headmaster says:

    Another Son of the Manse. Another Tosser like One Eyed Broon.


    • 67
      buckie blues says:

      Oh how we’ll miss them!


    • 227
      Just Saying says:

      Weeee Dougie just another idiot trying to defend the indefensible.
      Seems to be a Labour self induced task that they are proving useless at.


  4. 4
    thostids says:

    Alexander should be ashamed of the gross dishonesty of this advert. He clearly knew it was utterly dishonest. What a despicable shit!


    • 71
      The two Muppets says:

      Labour, rotten to the core.


      • 197
        By the way says:

        While kicking the unemployed and disabled when they are down, Dave does not seem willing to do much about his Top Ten mate or Aggressive Tax Avoidance. Now That’s What I Call Rotten-To-The-Core.


        • 199
          Arse says:

          What, you mean apart for passing legislation that makes it law for HMRC to go after avoidance schemes, rather than previously only going after evasion schemes?

          That’s really doing nothing about it isn’t it.


          • Anonymous says:

            But Dave is still letting (‘unwise’) Barlow to keep his OBE. To Take That award would sent out a strong signal – against Aggressive Tax Avoidance.


          • Just Saying says:

            Responding to Anonymous, re his OBE comment.

            But crooked Labour lords still keep their titles, don’t they?

            Would assume you want them stripped too then.


          • Anonymous says:

            Should not Dave Take That OBE – Back For Good?


    • 195
      Jim says:

      Complete Shame.
      If they knew what that word meant.


  5. 6
    The Revd. Phoney B£iar, Sanctimonious Shit and £iar, emoting and wiv stupid grin says:

    I made it my mission to destroy the Tory Party.

    When they elected that slimy creep who liked to call himself my ‘heir’ – I knew I had succeeded. He will complete the job.


  6. 8
    Will ye know go back again. says:

    Come September, may we be shot of these moaning minnies.


    • 31

      Come September the Scottish referendum will on present trends be extremely difficult to call . Present projections have it going to the wire with both sides having everything to play for .

      As usual I think the big money will swing it and as Cammo has just had a war chest handed to him by a benefactor I suspect he will channel some of that into the NO vote keeping the bigger balance dry for May 2015.

      If I were a betting man on the Scots outcome I would walk into Ladbrokes and demand a “Draw No Bet ” i e either one side to win — or the other …

      *Hate this


    • 39
      Anonymous says:

      Indeed. Fuck off Scotland


    • 73
      Ockham's Razor says:

      Don’t forget to allow the Orkneys and Shetlands their own votes on whether they want to be Scottish, remain British, or become independent.

      The result from that would probably wipe the inane smile off that fat fucker’s face!


      • 137
        The two Muppets says:

        Yes ,the Islanders are proud and Independent people and have more
        in common with Scandinavia than Scotland


        • 228
          Just Saying says:

          They have a much better chance of joining with Norway et al than Salmonella’s Scotland.


  7. 9
    purveyor_of_turds says:

    what a load of bliars and newarks


  8. 10
  9. 11
    Anonymous says:

    Fucking scumbag.

    Alexander that is – Brillo is about the only decent political pundit on the BBC.


    • 34
      broderick crawford says:

      Yes indeed .

      let s start a petition


      * even I like this !!


      • 41
        Ockham's Razor says:

        @broderick crawford

        even I like this…

        Why is it that I don’t understand where you stand in the scheme of things? Is it because, like many others here, you get sockpuppetted to death?

        Or is it because you hold a heterodox political position – which may be implied by your words which I have quoted above?

        Genuinely interested…


      • 45
        van gogh. says:

        grate or great?
        the depressives are great


      • 84
        Old Blue Eyes says:

        Personally I would like to see him as Patten’s replacement.


      • 204
        Arse says:

        No. Newsnight is a shallow, stupid, Huntish programme with line dancing and stuff. It needs to be taken out and shot. Brillio is better off where he is.


  10. 12
    The British media are cunts says:

    Quicker the jocks fuck off the better!

    Liked by 1 person

  11. 13
    Anonymous says:

    What a tosser


  12. 14
    Maimed Codger says:

    What a beautiful language English is, we have wonderful words like… Pathetic, Piteous, Ridiculous, Wretched, Nonsensical,Laughable & many more, I know others will think of better to describe this effort from someone who would Govern the UK… and they criticise UKIP…


    • 26
      Horace says:

      Pitiful or pitiable, but not piteous. Not your fault, I expect, blame Shirley Williams and Tony Crosland.


    • 49
      Ockham's Razor says:

      “Ineluctably stupid” is a wonderful description for many of those from his party, the more particularly from those who appear to have been privileged enough to have enjoyed expensive educations, which might surely have enabled them to cobble together much sounder conclusions than the verbal diarrhœa presented here.


  13. 15
    Robbie says:

    I have to tell you that real Scots have been moaning about wee Doogie for ages, but at least we’ve seen off his sister.


  14. 18
    Nick says:

    many sick and disabled people have died under this conservative government in going through welfare reform so Alexander has every right to highlight their plight and to stop further sick and disabled from dying


    • 23
      Julian Gibb says:

      What – by Labour already voting to support the same welfare cap? How does that work?


    • 27
      Horace says:

      Evidence? Linky?

      Thought not.

      And what about the multifarious human costs of the incompetence and mind-boggling waste of the bloated Welfare State?


      • 87
        Old Blue Eyes says:

        You should know lefty’s don’t do evidence. Just think of something nasty and it becomes fact.


        • 200
          Anonymous says:

          Just a little rich. For when did this site ever let the evidence get in the way of a insulting/smearing people?


          • Another Anonymous says:

            Seemed to me this blog piece is all about e v i d e n c e

            Of Labour deceit and moral repugnance, focused on that PPB and the shameless attempt to justify the lies.


      • 93
        táxpáyér says:

        He also won’t be saying anything about Staph(sic)’s hospital trust.


      • 208
        Anonymous says:

        OK Tory Boy, don’t worry about the human cost of NOT having a welfare safety net – just rejoice at Aggressive Tax Avoidance and the chance of a 40% top rate tax.


    • 37
      broderick crawford says:



    • 48
      Wonderin about time says:

      Get to fck, Liebour the one who brought in so called welfare reforms, all the staff that they employed were admin staff, nurses spending most of the time ticking boxes and having to go to university to do the job they were already trained for, now they are above taking the pot to immobile patients so they employ ancillary staff, just like the trained indigenous doctors just coming out of uni, doctors with no jobs and told to go abroad and work because they had filled the NHS doctors quota up with people from abroad, when that Australian woman who went to BT was in charge.


    • 59
      Ockham's Razor says:

      The sick don’t have to drink water from flower vases any more whilst the management are drinking expensive bottled water.

      Don’t you call that an improvement?

      You have nothing to say on your site either. You most enormous c*nt!


    • 205
      Arse says:

      Like you give a shit you snivelling little Hunt. How many sick and disabled people died in Mid Staffs or any of other hospitals in our twatty socialist NHS from poor care?


      • 213
        Anonymous says:

        So, instead fixing the problem, we sell the NHS to private health companies? You lot will be to calling for the Return of the Workhouse next. Better not speak to soon?


  15. 19
    Not in my name says:

    Think the word we are looking for is:



    • 29
      Horace says:

      Oui, bien sûr m’sieur, le mot juste.


    • 38
      broderick crawford says:

      Sir please !!
      It s Sunday .

      Refer to it by its more decorous name on the Sabbath .

      “Danny Boy ” or , if you really must , …… “the Derry-Air”


  16. 21
    Anonymous says:

    3:14 – 3:19 Alexander clearly asks:

    “So your denying that £450 is being paid by average families on shopping bill during the year?”

    The penny didn’t drop until later.He then moved the goal posts. To try to hide the fact he and Labour had got it badly wrong.


    • 24
      Anonymous says:

      oops. Should be this…

      “So your denying that £450 EXTRA is being paid by average families on shopping bill during the year?”


      • 35
        Anonymous says:

        It would have been even better if “you are” was used instead of “your”.


        • 40
          broderick crawford says:

          Cum cum deaar boy ( preferably not on the Persian rug ) , language is a constantly evolving living thing as our neoliberal young teachers who cannot spell , keep inculcating into our youth …innit .


          • No wonder the younger generation are functionally unemployable says:

            I once met a so-called English teacher fairly recently out of a teacher training college who insisted that grammar was no longer important and had been replaced by/with ‘communication’ as the most important aspect of language teaching/learning.

            She had also never heard of an adverb.


      • 206
        Arse says:

        You’re a Ukip voter, aren’t you?


    • 25
      Julian Gibb says:

      Labour are Liars. Why does this come as a surprise?

      Liked by 1 person

  17. 28
    Jack (Black Rod Blower) Dromey says:

    Wee Dougie, like his hideous sister, the scotch gift that keeps on giving to remind the english that the political liebour jocks are conniving parasites!!

    Liked by 1 person

    • 55
      Russian oligarch says:

      How much does it cost to buy Mr Alexander?

      He seems pretty cheap to me and his sister was done for corruption I am told


  18. 30
    President Cheery. B. Mahmood says:

    Of course the real danger to our democracy is that we have gone soft. Well I mean the well intentioned holders of the social norms have gone soft. The low level exploiting types are aware of this which is one of the reasons they have invaded. It is not the friendly society that I grew up in but then I am supposed to be in a cheery mood so I must stop worrying about my society.


    • 54
      President Cheery. B. Mahmood says:

      most people have never been in any situation of personal danger and would probably be ineffectual dealing with a physical assault. I think their softness is somehow socialized, meaning that some other person should do the aggressive stuff to make the person behave, this does not fit in with my ideal scenario of each individual holding and exhibiting the strength and worth of society.


      • 61
        President Cheery. B. Mahmood says:

        By the worthy attribute of acceptance of ideas we are exploited by others who do not hold the worthy attribute of acceptance of ideas. By softness and by compromising with Evil and by misunderstanding of motivation of others,the society which originally was holding a worthy attribute of the acceptance of ideas is mutated by deliberation to a society which has an attribute of the rejection of ideas. This is not a good thing.


        • 106
          Rami Hamdallah says:

          Hey! Cheery!

          Have you met Badluck Balls here? Come over an have a chat. Badluck is an expert on corruption and you might be able to exchange ideas.


    • 217
      Anonymous says:

      Why worry about ‘society’ when there is ‘no such thing’?

      “I think we’ve been through a period where too many people have been given to understand that if they have a problem, it’s the government’s job to cope with it. ‘I have a problem, I’ll get a grant.’ ‘I’m homeless, the government must house me.’ They’re casting their problem on society. And, you know, there is no such thing as society. There are individual men and women, and there are families. And no government can do anything except through people, and people must look to themselves first. It’s our duty to look after ourselves and then, also to look after our neighbour. People have got the entitlements too much in mind, without the obligations. There’s no such thing as entitlement, unless someone has first met an obligation.”

      Margaret Thatcher, talking to Women’s Own magazine, October 31 1987

      Liked by 1 person

  19. 33
    Bloomers in rain-soaked Bongo Bongo Land says:


  20. 36
    Zanu Liebore and the apologist attempts to jusfify more Socialist barefaced lies.... sh*t. says:

    Dougie, a preposterous and pompous little twerp, one of a political clique who make play with their ‘working class clientele’. But who actually are, chock full of wastrels, perma student type rich kid tossers who have no need of being able to tell Tesco’s from Morrisons. Ah but do know, their avocados from their artichokes, skinny air head lattes in Fortnums and the local Knightsbridge/Hampstead/Islington chic Deli….. are the pygmy working class societal warrior tribe: of Zanu Liebore.

    UP the brothers and sisterhood – right up.


  21. 42
    Anonymous says:

    Looks like Labour Party actually stuck that poster on to the side of a van and drove it around.


  22. 44
    President Cheery. B. Mahmood says:

    concerning the relationship between media and reality for example withthe kidnapping of the Nigerian school children.
    Our representative says. ” this behaviour is disgusting and immoral” whereas in an alternate reality he would say ” and you will release those children or we will hunt you down, and we will find you and we will tear out you internal organs and burn them before you and we will kill all of your family and anybody who ever knew you and feed all your bodies to the animals.”


  23. 51
    Ex diplomat says:

    And this jock car frash is Shadow Foreign Secretary?

    Oh gawd

    He is an ignorant, lying, idiotic, incompetent, pint sized con man

    Can you think what our Vlad will say when and if he meets him?


  24. 52
    King of Saudi Arabia says:

    I have 64 children

    I can’t remember the number of wives I’ve had

    I have emprisoned two of my owm daughters

    But I have bought your Government, so noone will speak about this in Britain


    • 53
      Vlad the Great says:

      Is there anyone who has not bought the British Government?


      • 74
        UKIP smashes the liberal yellow disease. says:

        You don’t have to spend much to buy Cleggie – always a tart, he does cheap.


    • 56
      CORRIGENDA says:



    • 58
      Wonderin about time says:

      He’s probably bought loads of corrupt Governments and country’s all sitting on the shelves in one of the many palaces in Riyadh and Jeddah, I wonder if the palace guard ever learn’t to ride those BMW motorbikes.


    • 66
      Barry Obama says:

      I love you King

      You are our best ally

      And a true medieval despot and slave trader

      And you know how much I am attached to democracy


    • 92
      Old Blue Eyes says:

      Errol Flynn had more. Mind you most of them were somebody else’s.


  25. 57
    Wee Dougie's new appointment, Axlegrease says:

    Hi, hello, och I the boo, ha, Doug have I got that the right way, ha.

    Listen up fella. This new job starting tomorrow, well it’s not looking that good for my CV, I mean I do yes we can not fuck me who are these mongos. And that mills guy, he’s just a fuckin gimp.

    So ..let’s say so long fella.


  26. 63
    Amanita says:

    Wonder whether this will work …

    Dislike this


  27. 64
    Jackie, aged 5 says:

    Do they have builtup chairs in the studios to make Wee Dougie and Squeaker look a normal size?


  28. 65
    och aye the poo! says:

    Another day another shitty politician with a jock accent.


    • 85
      Labour the party that doesn't work. says:

      It would be an excellent move (for England) for Wee Spuggie to return to his roots, joining Brave Belly Salmond in ruining Jockland.


  29. 72
    Anonymous says:

    And he didn’t even mention Williamson once.Lucky Wee Dougie.


  30. 76
    Amanita says:

    Or, more usefully …
    Complain about this


  31. 78
    The Lesson unto NooBoringLiars and ProgressiveToryTwats is taken from St Bliar 2, 94 says:

    1. And it came to pass, in those days, that ‘Dave’, being filled with conceit, calléd unto him those jobsworths that murmured platitudes pleasing unto ‘Dave’.
    2. And he calleth also soothsayers and hags and sibyls and those gifted with the power of seeing omens that were pleasing.
    3. And ‘Dave’, being of small mind and gullible also, lifteth up his voice and sayeth unto the jobsworths and sibyls and hags and soothsayers : tell me now, on pain of grievous hurt, – in accordance with EUSSR regulation 49b.56/345 para 478 subsection 978, clause 426a part 3 footnote 24, – what meaneth it that the common people believe not my words and assurances?
    4. And the jobsworths and sibyls and hags and soothsayers were sore afraid.
    5. And the jobsworths and sibyls and hags and soothsayers spoke one with another saying ; what shall we say unto ‘Dave’ that shall please him and also keep us in an job, – for fear of being cast into a job centre.
    6. And they cast about in their hearts, and dwelt in misery until that time which is called coffee.
    7. And when ‘Dave’ had again called them unto him they sayeth unto ‘Dave’
    8. Upon our oath, the common people love thee and fain would fall at thy feet.
    9. And ‘Dave’, having little brane, believeth them.
    10. And they went on their way rejoicing.


  32. 80
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:


    Liked by 1 person

  33. 86
    Winston says:

    Alexander, what a complete twat


  34. 88
    Labour are evil says:

    Douglas Alexander is morally reprehensible. Whatever you think of Cameron, for Labour to suggest a man who had a severely disabled son would happily attack the disabled because they can’t fight back is so in the gutter that even Goebells would’ve shuddered. Labour have abandoned even the tiniest semblance of sanity and entered a new dimension of outright evil.


    • 96
      Fabians are Evil says:

      You wait till Axelrod gets his spurs on – that bastard is renouned for his negative attacks and smearing.

      Why else would they have employed him? (Oh and Axelrod’s family were firmly Marxist)


  35. 89
    Anonymous says:

    Britain will not stop EU migrants coming here to work, says Cameron
    Prime Minister says EU rules allowing people to move freely between countries are “important” and will remain in place, despite controversy over the immigration they allow

    Camerons continued march to a federal united states of europe.

    Does any still belive his lies any more?e

    Liked by 1 person

    • 97
      táxpáyér says:

      > Britain will not stop EU migrants coming here

      Britain will pay landlords for anyone from Europe who turns up here.

      Immigration. the welfare state for the establishment.


    • 207
      Arse says:

      I like immigrants. It’s British people like you that I want to get rid of.


  36. 94
    Fabians are Evil says:

    Told you so!


  37. 101
    Old Blue Eyes says:

    Just watched that again. Alexander definitely said that the £450 represented the extra spend per year. When Brillo demonstrated that was absolute nonesense he then changed it to the length of this parliament. He and his cohorts in the Labour do not have the slightest idea and they want to run the country. God help us if they are given the opportunity.


    • 164
      Ctesibius says:

      Why should wee Dougie not be held responsible by the Financial Conduct Authority for using misleading statistics. If I tried to see funds and couldn’t tell the difference between a one year and a five year return I’d be locked up

      Liked by 1 person

    • 192
      jgm2 says:

      They know full well the difference between £450 a year and £450 over five years but it’s a deliberate lie to imprint in the minds of their voting drones and apologists. Any time they’re challenged they can just ‘clarify’ with the truth but meanwhile millions of mindless Labour drones are going about repeating the lie to everybody they come into contact with.

      Fucking horrible c*unts.


  38. 102
    Shooty* says:



  39. 103
    Labour says:

    In our next broadcast, we’re going to show Cameron eating a baby, Clegg burning an orphanage, and SamCam pouring scalding water on her children.

    Labour. We’re evil and proud of it.


  40. 104
    Labour are evil says:

    Whether you like or loathe Cameron, he loves his children and they’re his. In contrast, Brown wanted to portray a family man image to become PM and got himself a beard and two sons who probably aren’t his but conceived from anonyspunk at the local jizz bank via turkey baster. I wouldn’t be surprised if they’re actually being raised by Sarah and her special friend in Canterbury, occasionally having to be photographed in public with “that smelly, scary old man mummy says we have to see every 6 months”..


  41. 105
    Labour are evil says:

    I hope the Tories give Labour a taste of their own medicine and respond with a broadcast that’s just as vicious. I know some don’t agree with negative campaigning but the gloves are off and there’s no point being soft when your opponents are prepared to sink into the gutter.


  42. 109
    David Axlegrease says:

    The wheels are starting to fall off now that the axle looks dodgy


    • 133

      One cursory glance at the face of Axelrod will tell you all you need to know , that YOU ARE LOOKING INTO THE FACE OF A C-NT!


      • 173
        C O (Ξ7s1) says:

        A simple test, and relevant in context:

        Would you buy a used car from that man ?


      • 176
        JH-2309123845902314 says:

        You are looking into the face of a man who thinks… “I don’t give a fuck about these limeys… who gives a shit if Malodand or whothefuckever wins or not. I get paid either way, suckahs”.


  43. 110
    Labour are evil says:

    When Labour’s Stephen Timms was stabbed, I put politics aside and wished him a quick recovery, which I believed only the decent thing to do. But Labour are so morally repugnant, they’ve shown that there are no depths they won’t stoop to. If a Tory or Lib Dem was stabbed, they’d make jokes about it and try and score points. That’s how utterly evil they are.

    So, next time some disaster befalls a Labour MP, there’ll be no sympathy from me. They don’t deserve any.


    • 113
      Ockham's Razor says:

      No. You were right first time. Things like that are unacceptable. Totally.

      Do not descend to their levels to get even or it will simply demean you. You are clearly a decent person. They are the ones to bang on about ethical behaviour whilst being the first to heave it overboard when it suits them.

      They will get their just rewards. And soon.


      • 114
        Labour are evil says:

        Cheers. I hope you’re right. Balls, Brown, Blair, Alexander and Miliband are long overdue some karma.


        • 115
          Ockham's Razor says:

          Can you wait 11 days? :-)


          • Labour are evil says:

            Looking forward to that day. Gonna vote UKIP, then stocking up on snacks for the results through the night. A political earthquake in the Euro and local elections is coming.


      • 230
        Just Saying says:

        BBC banging on and on about how evil Modi was, especially to Muslims, even though he was cleared by the Indian highest law office. So now he is PM with a mandate not seen for 30 years.
        Could it be that the BBC will prove yet again to have backed the wrong horse in both European and UK elections? Their political Socialist allegiance is proving rather embarrassing to them in a world context.
        Meanwhile no BBC news from the Socialist state of Venezuela – I wonder why?


    • 116
      Stinking says:

      A Labour candidate wished the IRA had done better in the Brigjton bomb, killing the PM…and at Benn’s funeral they hugged Adams and McGuinness.
      That’s the depths that vile party operate at.


  44. 111
    Use your loaf says:


    • 129

      We are NOT offended about the criticism of buggery , or the anger about the racial pollution that the English have been subject to .
      The stupid idea that tax cuts cost money is also bollocks , it is the tax that costs us money.

      Liked by 1 person

      • 131
        SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        The scotch slime ball had to get the last word in AFTER Nigel Farage had left the studio,


    • 231
      Joe Public says:

      Norman Smith honest?
      Just another Labour BBC Comrades


  45. 112
    Labour are evil says:

    Labour, the party that:

    Smeared Dr K into his grave

    Smeared its own, including Mo Mowlam

    Attempted to smear the spouses of Tories

    Increased pensions by 75p a week

    Mocked a Tory MP who has cerebral palsy

    Smeared Cameron over the disabled, despite the fact he had a disabled son

    Made a joke about Mrs Thatcher in the broadcast, just a year after her death

    Let thousands die in agony at Mid Staffs and other hospitals

    There, the stark reality of how Labour has gone from once being a merely incompetent party to being a downright monstrous and evil outfit run by a band of thugs, liars, killers and crooks.


    • 128
      Fuck you, Labour says:

      That’s a brilliant summary. Don’t forget, ever, that Harridan Harman said, in the Commons, that when Labour took over in ’97, the books left by Kenneth Clarke didn’t balance. The vacuous bitch should have been sued.


    • 134

      And advocated Paedophilia!


      • 172
        Publish Chilcot says:

        Don’t forget Mid Staffs Hospital deaths and the illegal Iraq war.


      • 220
        Anonymous says:

        Yet more unfounded and vile comments. Good job this site in Fire-Proof and has some friends in high places?


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    • 120
      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      No comments allowed from the readers of the Telegraph on this particular story yet again…. How strange.


      • 148
        Pookie Snackumberger says:

        There is, look again, and they are all positive, by which I mean they are all in favour of UKIP and complete withdrawall from the EUSSR.


  47. 119
    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:



  48. 121
    F##k says:

    Like this


  49. 122
  50. 123
  51. 124
    Max Clifford: Hero of the left says:

    Labour politicians are fucking depraved rats


  52. 127
    Aparat says:

    The only proper journalist the BBC has.


  53. 130
    Al Barber says:

    Of course, wee Dougie avoids mentioning the thousands of disabled folk who were disenfranchised and removed from benefits as a result of Labour’s introduction of the ATOS method of claims denial.

    This was introduced by Prof. Mansel Aylward, Chief Medical Adviser at the DWP who learned it from UNUM the American insurance company who were described as an “OUTLAW company” for illegally denying legitimate claims.

    A Google search for – ‘Aylward ATOS UNUM’ will inform you.


    • 175
      And says:

      I remember this not long after Labour were elected in ’97.
      Disabled people protested at the end of Downing Street.


  54. 132

    He should have known Brillo will not tolerate criticism of the government.


    • 136
      Podiceps says:

      Yes, of course, because of the atrocious right-wing bias of the BBC.


      • 138
        Ockham's Razor says:

        …whose staff prefer to take their lead from reading that dedicated organ of ultra-fascism, the Guardian.

        This is a long-standing bias and the influence of Benedetto Croce and, even more particularly, Giovanni Gentile cannot be ignored here.

        It might be noted that Lord Reith himself was to the manse born, his father being a minister of the United Free Church of Scotland, that part which had managed to shake itself free of the Awful Wees and the even more disgusting Wee Wees.

        See also the worship of Robert Forgan and Seton Hutchison.

        History is a terrible subject which is much better forgotten immediately after it occurs.


    • 189
      C O (Ξ7s1) says:

      Cameron’s failure to display any sense of humility or emotional honesty, particularly in light of extreme tragic personal circumstance, have been read not as a sign of strength but further evidence of why he cannot be trusted by the public.

      Brillo’s parable of the short lived disabled offspring who was treated on the NHS is a justified repost to some of the content in that film.

      But Cameron still fails to hold the moral high ground, as he remains in the publics view a discredited liar.

      If anything this Labour effort appears designed to help win Cameron public sympathy. It perhaps failed.


  55. 135
    Displaced Brummie says:

    Brillo needed the VATable cleaning products to wipe away the slime wee Dougie left in the studio.


  56. 141
    They're all lying wankers says:

    Vote Ukip


    • 142
      albacore says:

      Seeing Labour as the sickness and Tories the cure
      Is a fiction that Britain can no longer endure
      May a plague descend on both their treacherous houses
      And the same common policy that each espouses
      To make real Britons slaves to the festering E U
      While replacing them with any old immigrant crew


  57. 144
    President Chavez lookalike says:

    Well, isn’t that just amazing!? The only word i can think of.

    I go away for 20 minutes and when I come back this blog has added idiot silhouette images of god knows what – but more importantly a whole load of previous posts has been disappeared. Welcome to the new Venezuela folks.


    • 149
      Ockham's Razor says:




      He looked at it a few years ago and it lasted for about an hour before disappearing.


    • 215
      Any Mouse says:

      ..and you have to have a WordPress account just to “Like” a post. More like Facebook.
      Using the word “like” does NOT automatically imply you really, really love a post and agree with every little bit of it.


  58. 145
    Tommy Cooper says:

    Not like that…


  59. 147
    Anonymous says:

    #Labour #PartyOfDeath #CoverUp #TheGrimReaperParty


  60. 151
    Joining the Establishment blunts your sharpness says:

    Guiso’s as out of touch with the prevailing mood on his own blog as the LibLabCon is with the country


  61. 152
    Socialist Mathermaiks, Innit says:

    In the rest of the interview, Douglas Alexander tried to claim the supposed £450 VAT rise was over the course of a Parliament (“where does it say annualised?”), depsite saying to Andrew Neil just a couple of minutes earlier that it was the extra amount of VAT over a year.


    • 187
      Tax tax tax says:

      I don’t think Dougie will be taking over anytime soon.

      Wasn’t that the purpose of the attack?


  62. 156
    New changes being made every 5 minutes says:

    Does this mean we get to upload our own avatars? Whoo hoo!


    • 159
      Ockham's Razor says:

      If it goes ahead.

      Then only within a pre-chosen range. You can’t just stick up an image of your missus’s tits… or your ravishing next-door-neighbour’s. :-(


  63. 157
    Guy News Room says:

    “Gary Barlow is like everybody else,including myself. He should pay his fair share”

    Right wing political blogger Guido Fawkes.


    • 171

      As much as I loath the celebrity culture,I can only admire the actions of anyone who defends his assists from government confiscation, he acted within the law. The ONLY sinister part of this affair is that a judgement was passed retrospectively, where will it end?


    • 222
      By the way says:

      Gary needs to update his song to say:

      Whatever I said,

      whatever I did,

      I didn’t mean it,

      I just want (to pay it) back for good.


  64. 160
    Procol Harum says:

    For the hundredth time, we don’t know where those schoolgirls are! Leave us alone!


    • 163
      Caring liberati chatterati Beeb says:

      Being mozzies — good
      Being bleck — good
      Enslaving and cutting girls — part of your religious beliefs


  65. 161
    Fact says:

    Vote Bumsex. Vote Cameron.


    • 188
      David Cameron says:

      I voted for Conchita…great name by the way.

      The state my marriage is at the moment I may be asking Conchita for a date soon!


  66. 165
    Anonymous says:

    Speed of Crimean vote counting system puts the UK to shame:

    Population Donetsk region 4.7m. Say 3.5m voters. Turnout 75% so 2.625m votes counted in 120 mins = 21,875 votes/min, 364/sec.


    • 167
      Ockham's Razor says:

      The votes were counted some days before the ballot papers were issued. It’s even more like Leicester than Leicester is.


    • 174
      A Welsh Nationalist says:

      That Ukrainian president who fled Kiev at the butt of a gun was from Donetsk where at the last democratic election he polled over 90% , a figure largely matched throughout Eastern Ukraine.

      Do you really think these people want to be ruled by the EU through Kiev ?

      Of course ,as the Americans tell us , this Referendum is illegal.


      • 183
        Anonymous says:

        Maths not you strong subject then?


      • 218
        Anonymous says:

        Despite web/RT videos showing thugs shooting at and fire-bombing the police, the US State Department are only aware of peaceful, freedom-loving, protesters – no one from the Right Sector. Then again, who are we to question Uncle Sam?


  67. 169
    weird Ed the turnip says:

    it’s a good thing VAT isn’t on vegetables, think how much more labour would have to pay in tax on miliband’s salary


    • 184
      Tom from Burnham on Sea says:

      I grow my own vegetables and rear a few chickens when I am not under ten foot of water.

      The bastards have not started taxing me on that yet.


  68. 170
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP


    • 181
      Fishy says:

      No, not having seen Alexander yesterday.

      What I want after watching the Sunday Brillo is a fucking big Tory majority at the next election – in fact as big as possible – 500 seats would be good.

      I want to see Miliband, Balls, Alexander and Labour destroyed, wiped out of existence for ever. They are a danger to the country’s very existence.

      PS: I’ve voted UKIP for the You-ro’s though.


      • 193
        C O (Ξ7s1) says:

        If the Tories can find a leader like Thatcher – yes – they could be electable.

        Labour and Conservative in their current states are simply unelectable now, and nothing will change within the next year from now.


  69. 177
    The Prangwizard of England says:

    The impression I took from the way Douglas Alexander was responding was that the Labour Party has now turned openly into the brutal nasty and dangerous Marxist party its leader Milliband wishes it to be.

    Be warned.


  70. 179
    Disenfranchised says:

    The referendum in Scotland will not be legitimate and the result cannot be recognised as the UK majority will get no vote and no voice.


    • 186
      Vladimir Putin says:

      This is exactly the same argument that Willy Hague et al are using to discredit the referendums in Ukraine.

      It’s Western duplicity that folks can’t stand.


  71. 180
    Wally Scott says:

    I would like to thank Douglas Alexander for helping achieve a yes vote for Scottish Independence.

    if that is the true level of thinking behaviour and ability in the Mother of all Parliaments in Westminster it most certainly is now for a time for change.

    Scotland free from Westminster will be a free Scotland.


  72. 181
    Long John Silver' s parrot says:

    Will the Prime Minister tell us what is the fundamental difference between “tax avoidance” and “aggressive tax avoidance” ?

    Fucked if I can see it.


    • 185
      Fishy says:

      I’m avoiding my tax = Tax Avoidance

      I’m fuckingwell avoiding my tax, now fuck of or I’ll smack you in the mouth = Aggressive Tax Avoidance

      Gary Barlow should hand back his OBE, but ask me any questions about Stemc’ore or my family’s trust, I’ll set my lawyers on you = Hodge the Doge Tax Avoidance


  73. 196
    Oh, really? says:

    Only people with WordPress accounts can “like” anything.

    Well, that leaves 99% of the readership out…


  74. 210
    Busted Nokia says:

    oh dear, what a car crash – a boy trying to do a mans job.


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You know where the animals are looking through the Farmhouse window?

My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

Be careful, the sudden self-congratulatory tone, the slightly pudgy outline of indulgence and you become exactly what you should despise.

The jolly face of the Quisling Cameron poses for your camera has mesmerised and deceived you, you who were once not so deceived.

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