May 17th, 2014

Saturday Seven Up

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

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  1. 1
    Gordon Brown says:

    Seventh!

    See? I’m good at maths.

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

      Similar to rest of the disgusting Labour Party. Don’t let them squander what’s left of the UK Cesspit.

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      • 38
        Lime says:

        Don’t let them squander what’s left of the UK Cesspit.
        The cesspit needs filling in…like a plague pit

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        • 228
          Torquemada says:

          My Mancunian French teacher used to describe Manchester as a hole in the world. Hole seems to have spread nation wide since that statement 30 years ago.

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          • Pensions are a Con says:

            Obviously not traveled to France then, had he? Marseille, Lyons, ugh!

            On a more appropriate note it seems when you were forced to contract out of the state pension contributions no one told you in thirty years this would be used to skim off your new futuristic pension from the clever limped em pension chappie.

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        Rupert Murdoch on the phone says:

        Guido, it’s Rupert.
        ___ ….
        Good, I’m just chillaxing in the Caribbean, it’s a hard life being a media mogul, especially now without the hot chinese wife
        __ ….
        Yeah yeah, just had that shit Blair on the phone wanting another credit card for that money grabbing bitch he calls his wife
        __ ….
        Now boy you listen to me – I just looked on orderorder – what you are playing at giving your premium saturday spot to this collection of stories? Why do you think I am paying you for that shitty little column you write? I want at least one proper smear-job on farage this weekend. Do it or no more money for you. I don’t care what – say he hates Romanians, catch some old UKIP supporters having a forbidden conversation, hell just find a bloke who supported them once saying something that we all know everybody really thinks but these days we’re not allowed to say. Just fucking do it.
        __ ….
        I don’t fucking care – I know your readers are now mercilessly ripping this piss out of you but that’s your problem. You want the cheques to keep coming, boy?
        __ ….
        Of course you fucking do so do as you’re told, Guido.
        __ ….
        [Slams down phone, exclaims to himself "What a wanker - still more pleasant to deal with than Dan Hodges and that shrieking moron Cathy Newman. How many people have I got to pay to just get rid of UKIP?"]

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    • 7
      Socialism is theft says:

      Alex Salmond is considered a patriot for wanting to have control of his own country so why is Farage considered a racist for wanting the same?

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      • 16
        Cinna says:

        Because he is English.

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      • 56
        Lord Stansted says:

        I have always wondered how the SNP have managed to cover their pro-Hitler past.

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        • 60
          Expat Geordie says:

          Have a like.

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        • 203
          Anonymous says:

          Or Farage his. Read his 1981 school report.

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          • Children are not adults says:

            He was a school then?

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            Written by someone else, with no input from him. My old English teacher was a dyed in the wool communist, who couldn’t understand why anyone would vote Labour, let alone actively state that he was a tory during the 1980′s in the Soviet Socialist Republic of Durham. Can you tell that we didn’t get on? His mistake was thinking that Hitler, whom he compared me to, was right wing. Advising him of the error of his ways made him really upset for some reason. Anyway, I always got shit school reports because of the comrades who taught me.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Geordie, was that communist teacher of yours at Dulwich College (part of the Eton Group)?

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            Hardly. Dulwich isn’t in County Durham. I’ve just googled it and you are 264 miles out. Could have been his twin brother , except that the teacher in question used to be a ship builder from Sunderland. At least he had a reason for his communism. How could anyone from Eton become one.

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          • Anonymous says:

            The Dulwich college teacher who wrote it was highly unlikely to be a commie.

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            Sorry mate, misunderstood. So Nigel went to Dulwich College. Teacher could still have disliked him, and for any number of reasons. Not saying that Nigel is perfect (and remember that Ed Balls has appeared in Nazi uniform) and if you have followed this weeks Alex cartoon strip in the Telegraph the joke is that he is the acceptable face of Bankers. Personally I’d have preferred a Norman Tebbit type running UKIP, but I suppose that they have to play the cards that they get dealt.

            just saying that we all have a past, only the collective memory of certain people’s pasts is more selective than of others.

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      • 65
        Tom Catesby says:

        This is fine as it goes, odd thing is, Salmond wants ‘independence from the UK’ and then intends to hand this’independence’ back to the EUSSR, where Scots will have even less representation and it’ll cost them more.

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          Just Saying says:

          Why Cameron won’t win back many of what he views as UKIP “protest’ votes in the European polls, and hence is a goner come 2015:

          The UK will in November have its rights curtailed in dozens of areas of legislation within the EU, including asylum, border controls, immigration, energy, transport and withdrawal of a member state.

          Which makes a mockery of his promise of a referendum on the EU. Check full list:

          http://pjcjournal.wordpress.com/2014/05/16/uk-parliament-comes-to-an-effective-end/

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          Indepence my arse says:

          Exactly, this is the point many Scots are missing. The ‘independence’ which Salmond promises is an illusion and will simply lead to Scotland becoming even more dependent on Brussells. The ‘No campaign cant use this argument as they are also pro EU.

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          • Anonymous says:

            As a Scot, I’m not missing it. I’m hoping it is true that an independent Scotland will have to reapply for EU membership and will demand a vote on it in that case.

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          • Alice says:

            + quite a few Scots

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          • Jim says:

            Yup,I’m not missing it either. False prospectus this ‘Independence’

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          • Independence my arse says:

            Of course what will happen is that Brussels will play hard to get over Scotlands membership of the EU and will up the anti re Membership conditions. Salmond will be so desperate to be part of the grand soviet that he will agree to anything rendering Scotland over to vassal state status.

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          Trying again says:

          Why Cameron won’t win back many of what he views as UKIP “protest” votes in the European polls, and hence is a goner in 2015:

          The UK will in November suffer serious dilution of existing rights in dozens of areas of legislation within the EU, including asylum, border control, immigration, energy, transport and withdrawal of a member state.

          Which makes a mockery of his so-called promise of an EU referendum.

          This article – UK Parliament comes to an effective end — is worth a read:

          http://pjcjournal.wordpress.com/2014/05/16/uk-parliament-comes-to-an-effective-end/

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    • 46
      Nick Clegg says:

      Seven percent.

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      Choo Chooo UKIP Train Coming says:

      Latest LBC – post Train Crash Poll:
      Please stand back from the platform – UKIP Fast Train coming it might suck you off!!!

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04368lf

      Who Are You Planning To Vote For In The General Election?
      73.4% Ukip
      7.6% Conservatives
      7.6% Labour
      5.3% Undecided
      4.6% Green Party
      1.5% Liberal Democrats
      Thanks for your vote

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        LBC Link - Choo Chooo UKIP Train Coming says:

        Check the latest UKIP results – enter your vote in box on right hand side of this screen:

        http://www.lbc.co.uk/#poll-result-307

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        they gotta do better than the poor man's Russel Brand says:

        The LBC thing will backfire on LBC. Their presenter comes across as a biased and politically motivated rude immature spoilt brat. Except to Geedo’s Alex and some MSM luvvies that is.

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      • 133
        James O'Bighead says:

        Nonsense it was a triumph. Only I could trick Farage to show him in his true light. I am a colossus in the field of broadcasting and am sure the acceptance of my job application to Radio 4 Today must have got lost in the post.

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      • 211
        Labour voter says:

        There’s something wrong with LBC’s poll. I’ve voted 100 times so far and the figures have not moved.

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        It's all crashing says:

        I thought it was a car crash.

        Now you say it’s a train crash.

        Was it on a level crossing or something.

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    • 415
      idon. says:

      my teems are dictated.

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      Lord Stansted says:

      Coming from that URL, it’s a compliment for Duncan Smith.

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      shooting the good guys is not a good idea. says:

      Wrong target mate. IDS is one of the few politicians who genuinely cares for the underprivileged and knows his stuff inside out as he was working and living with those he is trying to help for years when he was in opposition.

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      • 193
        JMajor stabbed in the back says:

        Duncan Smith is an unloyal, oddball and not that bright married into a family who will support him if tradegy ever came his way.

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    • 138
      Gordon McBrown says:

      But my myriad of multiple means-tested benefits created loads of government jobs for our supporters.

      Trying to save tax-payers money by simplifying and combining these into a single means-tested benefit is just blatant political gerrymandering by IDS.

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  3. 3
    Austin Mitchell says:

    Roll up rappists.

    Eminem’s a good one.

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    Ockham's Razor says:

    Narendra Modi’s election, riding a wave of voter discontent with the incumbent parties, is an unprecedented event in India, the world’s largest democracy.

    If it can happen there, it can happen in the UK too, the world’s oldest parliamentary democracy.

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      The Growler says:

      O R, not really universal sufferage only came into being in the UK less than 100 years ago, they aren’t even the oldest parliament, Magna Carta is not what the Yanks and the Cons say it was, it was give more power to the Barons and less to the king, in other words the lord in an area had power of life or death on those below them, for the barons nowadays read, the banksters.

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        Ockham's Razor says:

        The world’s oldest parliamentary democracy – is what I said and I stand by that.

        Did not talk about suffrage (BTW no e before the r).

        Am aware of Athens, Switzerland, Tynwald IOM, San Marino, USA, France et al, have visited all and studied their interesting histories.

        Democracy, like man, evolves and so one can always make a different case dependent upon the criteria set.

        The notable thing about Magna Carta is that it set the ball rolling for power to be stripped away from the monarchy.

        I would not call the USA a democracy for all of its history, in some aspects, either. For a time one’s ability to vote, in some parts, was dependent on one’s belief in a sky fairy.

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        • 164
          Dubya says:

          I have always had an unshakeable belief in chads.

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        • 432
          The Growler says:

          The Declaration of Independence was a similar thing to Magna Carta, it seems have had the original intention of to basically keep the overall power within an elite group, be they of different parties, and the present lot of leading lights of Republicans and Democrats all seem to be descended or claim to be, from the first immigrants, from Europe.

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    • 119
      Ockham's Razor says:

      To avoid getting bogged down in what are really side issues, interesting though they are, I shall make my main point again:

      * Beppe Grillo’s MoVimento Cinque Stelle (M5S) has changed Italian politics radically.

      * Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party has taken over from the prevailing INC.

      * Nigel Farage’s UK Independence Party (UKIP) has the same potential to take over from the prevailing Labour/Conservative dominance with which we have been stuck for far too long (The LibDems are frankly an irrelevance.)

      Farage is much closer to the Conservatives under Margaret Thatcher than to the existing Tory party.

      Should UKIP prevail in 2015, then they will have to be held to account, just as any other party. But for now it is the Labour/Conservative dominance that many of us want rid of.

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      • 142
        Time4Change says:

        Italy isn’t the only EU member experiencing substantial political change.
        Grillo has shaken up Italian politics like an eathquake.
        The same can happen here with UKIP as long as voters have the courage of their convictions against a disgraceful barrage of smears from every direction of the existing clique.

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        • 149
          Ockham's Razor says:

          Genau!

          Oops sorry! Exactly! :-)

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        • 472
          Anonymous says:

          I so agree with you. Everyone must hold their nerve despite the slings and arrows of outrageous behaviour of politicians and press. We have an opportunity to show them that although we are denied a voice we have a vote. The opportunity may never come again if we succumb to their disgraceful onslaught and have to contend with the Liblabcon.conspiracy forever more. Vote UKIP and St.George.(Some misquotes from HenryV and Hamlet but you know what I mean.)

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  5. 5
    Demetri Marchessini says:

    Women, stop wearing trousers! You must wear skirts to please us men!

    And ràpe is just a politically correct myth! There’s no violence involved!

    Vote UKIP.

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    • 10
      Anonymous says:

      Simon Godsen, get a life.

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      The Growler says:

      With women wearing trousers and men wearing dresses it has become a topsy-turvy world, mind the roman army wore skirts of leather (more like strips of leather) and the patricians wore togas (dresses), I give up

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      The British media are cunts says:

      Yes and 1 billion mental fucking Muslims think girls can be r@p£d, married off at 9 and the media think Muslims are great. Oh and gayers should be thrown off mountains. Funny the media concentrate on so called homophobic comments from UKIP but ignore 1 billion Muzzie’s

      So what’s your point?

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      Cyril Smith and the rest says:

      So Demented if,according to your logic and to be fair the logic of all those in the media involved in a full scale smear campaign, an entire political party and those who support it can be classed as racist because of the actions of some individual members, does that mean we can stereotype all those in the Con/Lab/ Lib parties as practicing pa*********s ? Your move.

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      • 431
        To be fair says:

        To be fair there is a difference, those kippers who have said stupid things have been disciplined and in many cases thrown out the party. The Conlablibs however ensured that the sex offenders were rewarded in some way for example given a knighthood or promoted to the House of Lords .

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    Demetri Marchessini says:

    Ever since gay marriage came into law, straight marriage has fallen by 7532%, taxes have risen, towns have been flooded and the sky has come crashing down.

    Vote UKIP.

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    Anonymous says:

    *At least 200,000 to new migrants every year.

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    Owen Jones,Guest Moderator says:

    Sometimes the staff canteen in The Guy News Room resembles a Greenham Common reunion party. Pass the decaf!

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    • 17
      Roger Helmer says:

      Are you a UKIP member or not? If not then this is not your business so stop trolling.

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    Anonymous says:

    £9.3 Billion and some. The Tories have given Labour a pass

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      UKIP or bust says:

      The sovereignty and civilised way of life of Britain is hanging by a thread; if and when that thread breaks it will no longer be repairable, we shall belong to another ruling entity.

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      What Labour did to my country: says:

      Warmongering, NHS Body bagging, Gold selling, Borders dismantling, Benefits giving, Economy Trashing scum! Please God never again!

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    Anonymous says:

    Is there any other news going on out there in the big wide world other that the media vendetta against UKIP.

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    Demetri Marchessini says:

    Homosexuality is an abomination. Harvey Proctor is a homosexualist. He’s an abomination. He was a personal friend of Mrs Thatcher. Mrs Thatcher was ergo friends with an abomination.

    Vote UKIP

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  13. 28
    Mr & Mrs Hamilton says:

    Nigel_Farage’s LBC views about Romanians: “Racism, pure and simple”

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  14. 31
    Nigel Farage says:

    Official UKIP leaflet promises more mosques, more muslim community centres, free muslim parking.

    Hear ! Hear !

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    • 41
      The Growler says:

      Maybe you would like enhanced expenses and allowances for all MEPs plus a wage increase of pay of of 100%

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    Bloomers in rain-soaked Bongo Bongo Land says:

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      Village Idiot says:

      …..I will not rush out to buy the sun,with such a twisted attitude,and accusations of racialism!..The London centric mob do not allow people to have a different view to what they think!..Also,the rise and rise of UKIP has exposed the establishment and lefty liberals as really nasty people,and it is very revealing who is in that cosy cartel,soon to be rattled,with their uncaring attitude to the damage such people have done to this country!
      This cosy cartel needs stopping as it is twisting politics in a very unpleasant way;those with opposite views to UKIP,are usually benefitting in some way of our membership of the EU,and see their gravy train under threat like never before,still using PC as a weapon,along with flippant charges of racism!Democracy has a last chance!…Vote UKIP to break this monopoly and show we cannot be cowed with their trivial,spiteful accusations!

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      Expat Geordie says:

      There are a couple of Romanians parked in a car at the end of my girlfriends street. The car isn’t taxed and it has been parked there for a week. They appear to be living in it. There have been five break ins in the street this week. the same Romanians were parked in another street in Boscombe last week, and there were break ins there as well, but strangely no break ins this week. The girlfriends neighbour whose house was broken into yesterday was told by the policeman who attended (“investigated” is the wrong word) that there was nothing that they could do, even though they knew exactly who was responsible. However the police have said that if the residents attempt to reclaim the law from the police and deal with the problem themselves then the residents will be arrested.

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      • 79
        R Senist says:

        Just set it alight when they are out. No imagination some people.

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      • 80
        Me says:

        Can of petrol. matches – problem solved, no evidence.

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        • 82
          Me says:

          Beaten to it!

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          Scouse says:

          Similar problem in my sister’s local area not long ago, involving a truck in their case, police inaction, caught fire one night, great mystery, nobody saw a thing, problem went away.

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      • 207
        Bob C untface Crow says:

        Fuck the police,get some local nutjobs and set fire to the car when they are asleep.

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      • 219
        Expat Geordie says:

        Thank you for all of your helpful suggestions. Unfortunately they are parked outside a large house that is a council drying out hostel for the unemployed alcoholics. This place is very unpopular with the locals (it got raided by the police three years ago as there was a meth amphetamine factory in there!) as the alkies cause all sorts of problems, so it is the only place in the street with CCTV. Fortunately I don’t live there, but I do live opposite a Tesco in Poole, where Romanians regularly scam the cash points.

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      • 272
        Brummie says:

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      jgm2 says:

      Oh do fuck off.

      I’ve no doubt that ‘The Sun’, back in the day, in common with practically every newspaper was swooning about the pent-up tide of Romanians ready to anchluss the Home Counties. Now, suddenly, it’s ‘racist’ to prefer a German neighbour to a Romanian one?

      Most people would rather (on average) have a bunch of Germans living next door than a bunch of Romanians just as they’d rather have a bunch of French than have a bunch of Jamaicans or Pa*ki*stan*is.

      Why? Because on average you can expect less shit from your French or German neighbours than from your Romanian or Jamaican neighbours or Pa*ki*stan*i neighbours.

      If Romanians or Jamaicans or Pa*ki*stan*is made great neighbours then British people would be falling over themselves to move into their ghettoes instead of fleeing to the countryside.

      The Sun can fuck off.

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        Bob c untface Crow says:

        That’s right,wasnt long ago double page spread about the homeless Roma camping in Park Lane area,fucking wankers,they are all terrified.ukip are going nowhere.

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      Some evidence says:

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    Moley says:

    What is going to be interesting to watch in the coming months is the extent to which the media’s vendetta against UKIP costs money in terms of lost circulation and reduced advertising revenue.
    There are some papers whose journalists will no longer be trusted and whose opinions are now worthless. For many people the advertising in these media outlets will serve to repel rather than attract, and those who spend advertising budgets will have to consider very carefully where and how they continue to spend their money.

    Those of us outside the media bubble view what has happened as some form of mass psychosis. Kicking people because they support a political party you don’t like is just another form of racism, and those who have been doing it need to look in the mirror and ask themselves some serious questions.

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      d says:

      The media has now openly shown how much it’s bothered about how us trash feel, us trash will get it’s own back.

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        Lord Stansted says:

        I’m doing that. Don’t watch TV, don’t buy any papers, installed adblock+, don’t accept cookies. Bliss.

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        • 214
          rick says:

          Most powerful media owners are not worried about profits.
          Their role has always been to form public opinion. They would happily give their newspapers away free (Evening Standard) just so long as they are able to define what is and what is not ‘hate speech’ in the public mind. They also tell us who we must hate and which countries we should go to war with.

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      Time4Change says:

      Attitudes will have to change a week on Monday when the realities you describe dawn on them. Some will try to claim voters will return to the old brigade for Westminster voting in 2015.
      Matters have gone too far now and voters will continue to ignore that supposition and continue the battle.

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      • 184
        Moley says:

        The Conservative party needs to understand that having orchestrated such an attack on UKIP that those voters who left them for UKIP are not going to come back to them; ever.

        Ditch Cameron and apologise and there might be some chance, otherwise, you have brought about your own downfall.

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        • 198
          Cameron is Toast says:

          If we get the expected result next week and if the Scotties vote to go then Cameron must be toast for Christmas.

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          • Anonymous says:

            The other week I heard a Conservative member of Parliament state in the House of Commons ” a free press is the cornerstone of our democracy”. As far as I am concerned the press, BBC, Channel 4, and Sky, have abused that power and privilege. They’ve been counseled, procured, aided and abeted by the EU, the dross that call themselves Honourable members, and their self interested has beens, and hangers on.

            I used to buy the Telegraph for the crossword, occasionally the Mail, and thought Guido Fawkes website was good for politics. and at one time I contributed to Sky.

            After the sustained and hysterical witch hunt against UKIP, I will never again patronise any of the above with my money or my vote. Instead I have donated money to UKIP and will vote for them in the next general election. I would like to think that others feel the same way, and take the same action.

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          • Village Idiot says:

            ….The press and broadcasters seem to be afflicted with that “Group Think Thingy”, and are misreading some of the publics mood, insulting them with accusations of “racialism”, when it,s far more about control of our own country in many ways, more than just immigration.
            The wailing banshees , pro eu ers’, sounding more desperate with each passing day, almost implying that it is wrong to be in a democracy, which is supposed to allow a differing view,but I do not think they can see it!

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          • intergalacticsuperhero says:

            Reply to anonymous;

            Agree totally and ditto re donations.

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    Nigel Mirage says:

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      Moley says:

      Clearly NOT racist.

      Evidence that UKIP is NOT racist.

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      • 59
        Nigel says:

        I’m not a racist. I just think Romanians are a load of criminals.

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          Expat Geordie says:

          Have a like for telling an inconvenient truth.

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          Lord Stansted says:

          Like from me too. WTF has Guido restricted star-likes to users of wordpress? Isn’t that racist?

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          • R Senist says:

            Not really racist; more yet another example of thickies trying to control people’s thoughts and actions. Fawkes is going down the pan at a rate of knots over the past few weeks – and if things do not improve after this election he will be one reader (and a few hundred aliases!) short on his stats.

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        • 169
          Tim Yeo-Yo says:

          Along with everyone else outside of the lefty Bedwetter bubble.

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      Tom Catesby. says:

      Strange, this not being mentioned before. What a splendid job they are doing for ‘community relations’, did they employ Romanians?

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      d says:

      And!, if it hadn’t been for the Guardian liberals and the rest of the lefty tossers, we might have had a lot less illegal immigrants and more legal ones or at least knowledge of where people coming into the country are.

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    R G Bhargee,Guest Moderator says:

    Perhaps Farage will release his sliding scale of nationalities to avoid living next to, for those of us who don’t ‘know the difference’?

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      Moley says:

      Out in the real world, everybody knows exactly what Farage was talking about.

      All this pretend outrage when the truth is spoken is laughable.

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        d says:

        They are getting worried, the troughing time is getting closer to be taken away from them, it makes them scared and like animals cornered they have started to fight, shame they are fighting themselves, the public will let them know on Thursday what they think,

        Remember people, you can moan your head off if you vote, if you don’t you are only supporting your own stupidity.

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      • 171
        Tim Yeo-Yo says:

        A bit like the faux outrage of the use of the word ra’pe last week.

        Everyone knew what the doddering old fart meant. Even I couldn’t bring myself to get excited about it and I’m as keen as anyone to hoist lefties up onto the petard that they’ve created.

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      Golden oldie from about 1955 says:

      This reminds me of an old joke from way back when. A newly arrived Parky family moved into a house and the man went to say hallo to his new neighbour. During their conversation the newcomer claimed that his house was worth more than his neighbour’s. How so? enquired the man.

      “Well wtf would want to live next door to a Parky?” was the reply.

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    • 223
      Expat Geordie says:

      What, like every other person living in the real world?

      Mine goes something like this…

      White Southern Middle Class English
      White Northern Middle Class English (excluding scousers and geordies)
      White Working Class Southerners (no cockneys, please)
      Black Middle Class Southerners (no God Squad, please)
      White Northern Europeans (German, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, etc – No French, Irish or Poles)
      White Working Class Northerners (no scum or Labour voters, please, and emphasis on the “working”)
      Scots/Welsh
      Czech’s (the only acceptable Eastern Europeans)
      Southern Europeans
      Everyone else not already mentioned except for:
      Asians, specifically muslim orientated ones.

      I’d be interested in seeing how my list compares to others. I don’t consider myself particularly r@cist, just practical, peaceful and law abiding.

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      • 241
        rick says:

        The list seems basically sound to me. I may just question living next to Germans. They’ll probably be over your fence at night straightening up your flower borders and re-arranging your flower pots in order of height.

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          A pain in the aachen says:

          They are unlikely to climb the fence and do it themselves. They will however knock on your door at 5am and tell you to.

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            As someone who gets up for work at 6.00 am, it is better to be woken at 5.00 am by the German than to be kept up until 5.00 am by some fuckwit having a “party”.

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        • 489
          German says:

          Beware: we like gnomes

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  19. 43
    Kris_Pringle says:

    We all need to club together to buy Nigel Farage a tin helmet to fend off all the objects being thrown at him by the “British” Press.

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      Demetri Marchessini says:

      If Vicky isn’t wearing a skirt, I’ll have to fuck her senseless and then give her a smack.

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      • 112
        Mrs Marchessini says:

        Look I told you before Dem, put the wrinkly maggot away it’s no use to anybody.

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        • 127
          Demetri Marchessini says:

          I know it’s wrinkly but we still managed to have four children. Unfortunately all four of them are of the whore gender.

          Shoot a poof. Smack a woman. Vote UKIP.

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    • 126
      UKIP4ME says:

      Aaah Gothic/Viking/Celtic lettering on your tattoo is now a hate crime, prepare for a body inspection to see if the lettering on your body art is unacceptable?

      Note the word “THEMED”? Its a convenient way of smearing someone as a Nazi with no evidence other than their style of body art.

      *NOTE* left wing fans of body art are completely exempt from this ban as leftists are really nice people who couldnt possibly be racist, and so the ban only applies to enemies of the people such as UKIP supporters.

      If you thought the cartel stooge media couldnt get more desperate they are inspecting tattoos now.

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  21. 49
    Patrick O'Flynn says:

    Oy Vey

    Ukip candidate photographed with Nazi-themed tattoos http://dailym.ai/1nZypuc

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  22. 52
    disenfranchised says:

    Always worth reading this blog.
    Tories, Labour, Lib Dems, Greens – even Guido too on a downer because of the ascent of Farage in the political polls.
    Read somewhere comment [accepted by Farage] that many would possibly desert UKIP after the European elections and return to the Tory party.
    Sure, anything is possible in politics, but will many feel that just a kick in the teeth for the ruling elite is enough?
    Dave will promise the world though perhaps a little too late to reinvigorate his troops; Ed will find another bandwagon leading nowhere and Nick will push to maintain the status quo-
    A lifelong Tory, disenfranchised for decades through a desire to maintain a link to my country of birth means I am unable to participate in voting but would suggest those supporting Conservative ideals should back Farage.
    Great oaks from little acorns grow……………..

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    • 225
      Expat Geordie says:

      I never really considered Mrs Thatcher to be “right-wing”. She was far too attractive to real working class voters to be an ideological right winger, which is something that the Thatcher hating left either never understood, or perhaps understood al too well, hence the perpetual vitriol towards her. It would be interesting to see how many nominally Labour voting working class votes go to UKIP on the Thatcher Principle?

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  23. 54
    Casual Observer 2 says:

    Dave — Good to see all your bright eyed young PPE graduate interns churning out anti UKIP comments this morning.

    Make sure Willybum, Evans, Fox, et al. aren’t left alone with any of them.

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    • 141
      d says:

      It’s a lovely day, later I,am off to a beach barbecue, so the children can play being grown up’s and pretend their long life has made them political experts and use Gs wall to chalk graffiti on, sorry kids, your commentary is not noted and like all the rubbish will be wiped off, it’s Thursday that matters.

      Please go and vote on Thursday, your vote your choice, don’t vote no choice.

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  24. 57
    Expat Geordie says:

    As far as Scottish independence is concerned, just daydreaming a bit. It would never happen of course, but as an English Unionist, it would be nice if it did.

    Imagine, the televised Scottish Independence Debate between Cameron and Salmond. Cameron’s opening statement.

    “I’m not here to put the case for staying in the Union. I’m just going to tell you what is going to happen.

    “Now the English people in particular, are sick of all of the anti-English rhetoric coming from across the border. so my opening remarks are going to be as an Englishman first and a Briton second. We English really don’t give a shit whether you stay or go. We’ve had enough of your whinging and blaming everything on us. And we are sick of Alex’s view that a “deal” is all one way – what Alex wants, Alex gets, and everyone else is just going to have to lump it. Now that isn’t going to happen.

    “If Scotland votes to stay in the Union, you can kiss devolution goodbye. We’ll demolish your tin pot parliament and dump all the bricks out at sea. We’ll probably be able to get rid of the Welsh Assembly as well since the Welsh are sick of it making such a hash of things there. We’ll re-arrange all of the Westminster constituencies so that they have an even number of voters instead of some of the gerrymandered seats that you have up here now. We might even see some Tory MPs up here after we’ve cleaned up the electoral system. We’ll also get rid of the Barnett Formula so money will be a bit tighter than it is now – and we are sick of being abused by people spending our money.

    “And you Alex will be sharing a gallows with Gordon Brown for your treasonous acts in bringing us to this mess.

    “Now if Scotland votes to leave the Union, then obviously I can’t hang Alex, mores the pity, although I’ll still hang Gordon. The first thing that we will do is to offer Orkney and Shetland a vote on their status. As independence won’t happen straight away we’ll be perfectly entitled to do this. I suspect that the islands will vote to stay as part of the UK, especially if we let them keep most of the oil revenues, or even vote for “Crown Dependency” status, like the Channel Islands, so that they can keep all of their oil money. We’ll also put in place defence arrangements to stop you invading them. So Alex, who’s going to pay for your little fiefdom now that you’ve got no oil money?

    “The EU won’t bail you out. Shortly after the Independence Referendum I’ll be offering the British people an In/Out Referendum over the EU, with an official government recommendation for us to leave. And as the UK will have left the EU before you become independent, you will have to re-apply to join. Good luck with that one – the Spanish certainly won’t have you in, and I can’t see the Germans wanting to support another basket case economy.

    “Now as most of the UK’s national debt was run up during thirteen years of Scottish Labour’s misrule, it is only fair that any of the national debt created between May 1997 and April 2010 is transferred to Scotland. England is tired of paying for your mistakes. Obviously this debt transfer, along with economic freedom will do wonders for the English economy. England will again become the promised land. Scotland will become an economic toilet.

    “Now to stop an exodus of Scottish economic refugees we are going to build a modern version of Hadrian’s Wall, but this one will actually run along the length of the actual border. Fifty feet high and twenty feet thick with machine guns pointing north, with just four crossing points, Gretna, Carter Bar, Coldstream and Berwick. And the wall will be built only by Englishmen – no Scots, Irish or Poles.

    “So voters of Scotland, however you vote in September, things are going to be completely different. The choice is yours, and as I’ve told you exactly what is going to happen there is no point debating it. Thank you for your time and goodnight.”

    (At this point Cameron unhooks his microphone and walks off the stage. Well I am allowed to dream, since Cameron doesn’t have the guts to do any of this.)

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      The European Directive of Fanny Freshness. says:

      Oooh if only……! A great dream….

      So good it’s sticky….

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    • 125
      Ockham's Razor says:

      Dave will never say that.

      Someone will though.

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    • 179
      Golden oldie says:

      I thought Cameron was Scotch with a name like that?

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    • 226
      Expat Geordie says:

      Do you think that if I repeat this post on every thread the message might get through to Dave that this is the only way to save both the Union and himself?

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      • 242
        Rob Roy says:

        The more Cameron threatens and cajoles us the more a yes vote becomes inevitable.

        If we are ever so good boys and girls he will even give us some extra devolved powers and extra cocoa at bedtimes.

        There will be problems with a new Independent State but in the long term there will be opportunities too which will not be on the plate otherwise.

        The servant has nothing to lose but his servitude

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        • 281
          Expat Geordie says:

          Not a threat. Just a statement of how things will be. An independent Scotland lumbered with £1trillion of debt due to Scots running it up between 1997 and 2010, no oil revenue and no EU membership, as well as a great big bloody wall to keep you out of England when it all goes tits up. Or, a fully integrated Scotland, with zero devolution, zero favouritism, zero Scottish r@cism and an end to Labour gerrymandering. Didn’t the tories only get 70k less votes than the SNP at the last election?

          I’m a unionist. I want you to stay. I have a Scottish uncle and Scottish relatives. My great uncle served in 51 Highland Division despite being English. I have cousins who’ve served in Scottish regiments (KOSB and SG respectively) and the two greatest loves of my life came from Aberdeen and Cumnock. We really don’t want you to go, but…

          13 years of Scottish run Labour government has nearly bán.krú.ptéd us. And you Scots are treating England in the same way that a drunken abusive husband will abuse and batter his wife. Well we’re tired of it. If you want to go, then go. Just don’t expect us to be left with the debts after you pissed everything up against the wall. And as for servants and servitude, there is an old Geordie saying – had away n’ shite! How can you be the servants when you have had the best of the deal?

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  25. 58
    Moley says:

    A veritable storm of anti UKIP posters today, most of them revealing themselves to be extremely unpleasant people. People who by inference, support Conservatives, Labour or Liberal Democrats.

    Demonstrating that the three main parties are infested by cockroaches is not exactly going to mobilise the voters.

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  26. 63
    bergen says:

    I think the main story this time next week will not be about how well Ukip did but how badly Labour did. Let’s hope so , anyway.

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  27. 67
    Demetri Marchessini says:

    I saw that MP Charlotte Leslie wearing trousers. She deserves a smack.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demetri_Marchessini#Political_views

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  28. 68
    Revolution9 says:

    To be honest, who gives a flying f**k about May 22.
    All the plebs will go to the polling stations and vote UKIP no doubt, only to find out months later nothing has changed, nor ever will.
    Same phoney Democracy, same scum on the gravy train.

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    • 85
      Me says:

      Maybe nothing will change if you vote UKIP but if you vote LibLabCon then things will certainly change – for the worse.

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    • 151
      d says:

      Of course their will be change if UKIP get in, the EU allowances will be going to UKIP MEPs and not LibLabCon MEPs, UKIP MEPs will be able to piss off our beloved Euro dictators a lot easier as a single large group, it will scare the crap out of the LibLabCons for the 2015 election and they will go all out to attack UKIP, ordinary people will see the LubLabCons for what they are and hopefully forget their tribal affiliations and vote for UKIP in 2015, I Scotland do vote YES and I hope they do, then anything can happen

      Don’t forget to vote on Thursday, it’s your time to vote for whoever.

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  29. 69
    Mr_Rich says:

    If money were no object I would buy the property next to that of the LBC Interviewer and then offer it to a Transylvanian family for a rent of £100 per week.
    He would, at least choke a bit more often on his champagne – don’t you think?

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    • 93
      men who sleep with their daughters' friends should be castrated says:

      If it were me I would buy the house and put a load of Jamaicans in it with the aid of a private mortgage safe in the knowledge I could get the property back when they defaulted.

      When the neighbours start putting their houses up for sale i would buy again offering 60% of the asking price.

      There is always an opportunity in any situation.

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  30. 74
    willie Thorne says:

    Its ukip for me.
    Fuck the media.

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  31. 75
    The Right Reverend Nigel Farage says:

    Good morning all – let us pray!

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  32. 87

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  33. 92
    Owen Jones says:

    Nigel Farage,you toe rag, been thinking more about The Romanian Next Door. Mine in Charlton was Mihai Niculescu, exile, writer and broadcaster. http://www.alternativaonline.ca/MihaiNiculescu.html

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    • 99
      Johnny Foreigner says:

      Nigel Farage,the toe rag, is right about people from Romania living next door. I’d hate to live next to Nobel prize winner Elie Wiesel. All that book-writing!

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      • 102
        Casual Observer 2 says:

        So, man seeking job in Brussels dislikes foreign languages on trains. Pretty much rules out the Eurostar, then.

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        • 147
          Ockham's Razor says:

          Karten bitte!

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            I notice that that was a German demand and not a nice English request.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            Bitte ist schoen!

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            Literally, please is beautiful. And I have to agree. It’s what makes the English language and the English people great.

            Now if you had said:

            “Ihre Papiere bitte”

            And then followed it with the words:

            “Good luck”…

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            Ich spreche Deutsch wie ein Russischer kuh!

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            I only studied German for two years back in the early ’80′s. The clever kids had to do it for two years and then pick a language at “options”. I picked French, which at my school had virtually a 0% pass rate at O-level (six passes in six years) but then I had a clash and got the choice of doing either French or Physics – Physics won.

            Being a military recruiting area, any kids who said that they were interested in a military career had to do basic German for two years in their fourth and fifth years as the school had some sort of agreement with the Army.

            As for Russian cows speaking German, what do they say, “Moo Kamerad”?

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            @EG

            Having never had reason to get close to the mindset of a Russian cow, I feel unqualified to opine on your question. But in my first year of speaking French, I mastered the following:
            Je parle française comme une vache espagnole

            Having used it remorselessly over the decades, I came unstuck in the museum of the Cathedral of Seville when my even worse school Spanish failed me when speaking to the curator. Parlez vous français?, he ventured helpfully. The first six words of my set piece were out of my mouth before I realised my excruciating faux pas and my sentence hung awkwardly unfinished in mid air.

            I looked at him and he clearly knew of the expression. Tears of mirth were welling up in his eyes – and mine likewise – and we giggled at each other for a full five minutes.

            One of life’s delicious moments which could have gone so much worse.

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      • 104
        Long John Silver's parrot says:

        I once lived next door to a man who dressed up as a woman and worked in cosmetics.

        He was born and bred in England and had an English passport.

        Everything is alright then?

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  34. 103
    Demetri Marchessini says:

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    • 129
      creepy crick says:

      Breaking News.

      Man holds opinions somewhat at odds with contemporary views shocker!

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      • 139
        Moley says:

        Meet Labour supporter Demetri Marchessini and read his views on this blog.

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        • 174
          Axelrod the Gaul says:

          We’ve been voting fruitloops in for years, what difference is one more gonna make?

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      • 168
        Demetri Marchessini says:

        Glad you agree with me. I can’t see what all the fuss is about. Women in trousers are asking for it and ràpe doesn’t exist. I trust you’ve told your daughters to do as they’re told by men and not cry ràpe. And I hope you give them a good smack if they ever wear trousers.

        Shoot a poof. Smack a woman. Vote UKIP.

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        • 177
          to whom it may concern says:

          We’re all sick of your group think, hive mentality and other intellectually challenged cretins like you. Now do one, and do some thinking for yourself for a fucking change.

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  35. 106
    Patrick O'Flynn says:

    Nigel Farage is racist. Ukip is racist. The Sun, bolder than our political leaders, has called it as it is.

    End Of.

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    • 120
      Castrate Clifford now says:

      So as Nigel says you do not get expenses from the EU but daily allowances instead.

      I managed to track down my prospective EU candidate and said I would vote for him if he agreed to claim all the allowances available and then said half of all the money to HMCR.

      The person refused to take up this offer.

      The person was wearing a Conservative Rosette.

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    • 122
      Socialism is theft says:

      And what is Alex Salmond who also wants to have control of his own country?

      Apparently if I vote UKIP at the GE I will definitely let Labour in, so I will vote UKIP and put £10,000 on Labour winning.

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    • 181
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      When umpteen sun hacks and dogs ‘become the story’ (trial) – the public have to think who’s Organ is more infested?

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    • 331
      intergalacticsuperhero says:

      We know that the Sun journalists and senior management have extremely”Close” relationships with senior Conservatives.

      The Sun is demonstrating once again that it has absolutely no integrity, and the Conservative party is demonstrating once again that those cosy relationships with journalists have an antidemocratic and corrupt purpose.

      Talk of Tories being in bed with the press is not metaphorical.

      Is somebody seeking revenge for Blair’s dalliances?

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      • 456
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Labour were in bed with Murdoch for 13 years – just in case some of you Labour nutjobs hapen to have forgotten that.

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  36. 107
    Demetri Marchessini says:

    Women in trousers are asking for it. And I’ll give it to them.

    Shoot a poof. Smack a woman. Vote UKIP.

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  37. 113
    sir terry wogan says:

    We used to display bearded ladies in freak shows. Nothing changes.

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  38. 117
    Socialism is theft says:

    Vote Tory and let Labour in to have the most MEP seats.

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  39. 131
    Roger Helmer says:

    I met a Romanian on holiday, he was working 18 hours a day and doing an amazing job, very friendly and welcoming.

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  40. 135
    Patrick O'Flynn says:

    Guido Fawkes and his co-conspiritors have,quite rightly, thrown the kitchen sink at UKIP recently. Thursday’s Elections will be a verdict on their influence as well as the parties.

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  41. 136
    Vernons pools says:

    An Islamic court in the Sudanese capital has sentenced a pregnant woman to hang for apostasy after she married a Christian man.

    Don’t show this to young Demetri it would have him on the hand pump all day.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/sudan/10837365/Islamic-court-permits-pregnant-woman-to-give-birth-before-she-is-hanged.html

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  42. 137
    Ockham's Razor says:

    Hey all you anti-Farage jackals!

    You are wasting your time! Didn’t you realise that no one reads the comments here?

    Guido said so himself…

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    • 188
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Little bit of info doing the rounds – There are many Christians who far outnumber the homo mob and who are up in arms about Cameron’s Pandering to to them. Many of them are going to take their lawful revenge against Cameron and CO of the EU by voting UKIP.

      It’s about the numbers Dave – not who’s pulling your Ed’s and Nick’s plonkers.

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      • 195
        Ockham's Razor says:

        Indeed there are also many Mυslims and even those with no professed faith (myself included) who think that the recent legislation was completely unnecessary on any grounds, whether discriminatory, moral, emotional, religious or any other basis. Even expedient.

        It was just an attempt to appear modern in the most meaningless and banal fashion imaginable.

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        • 212
          Pookie Snackumberger says:

          But it was necessary for Dave to implement EU bidding.

          “EU aims at recognizing same-sex “marriage” in all 27 Member States
          Noviembre 12, 2010.”

          http://www.europeandignitywatch.org/es/el-dia-dia/detail/article/eu-aims-at-recognizing-same-sex-marriage-in-all-27-member-states.html

          Nothing dave, nick or the other tosser does is without the explicit approval of the EUSSR, at best.

          Vote UKIP

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            Indeed. I have already sent my UKIP vote off. Too late to change my mind. :-)

            The unintended amusement where this page states paragraph 40 of the document [Report about Stockholm Program], which could imply an EU-wide de facto recognition of same-sex marriage through a back door… was too much temptation for me not to reproduce (as indeed same-sex marriage cannot reproduce).

            EDW seem to have been doing a useful job here though I was rather askance at them quoting (or rather misquoting) the words of Mao Zedong.

            Any reason why you should highlighted the Spanish page rather than the English?

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            Indeed. I have already sent my UKIP vote off. Too late to change my mind. :-)

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            The unintended amusement where this page states paragraph 40 of the document [Report about Stockholm Program], which could imply an EU-wide de facto recognition of same-sex marriage through a back door… was too much temptation for me not to reproduce (as indeed same-sex marriage cannot reproduce).

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            The unintended levity where this page states paragraph 40 of the document [Report about Stockholm Program], which could imply an EU-wide de facto recognition of same-sex marriage through a back door… was too much temptation for me not to reproduce (as indeed same-sex marriage cannot reproduce).

            EDW seem to have been doing a useful job here though I was rather askance at them quoting (or rather misquoting) the words of Mao Zedong.

            Any reason why you should highlighted the Spanish page rather than the English?

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          • intergalacticsuperhero says:

            Quote from the report;

            “—-The purpose of this report is to compel each Member State—-”

            Note that “Compel”.

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          • Pookie Snackumberger says:

            @OR
            Nope, it was just the one I landed on.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            @intergalacticsuperhero

            I did notice those words and initially thought, as may you have done, that they were those of the EU. In fact, they are those of EDW (European Dignity Watch) which seems to be fighting some sort of rearguard action against the European Parliament, if I may use such an unfortunate expression in these circumstances.

            Unfortunately, they seem to adopt a similar sort of approach to the EU in some respects and I drew attention to the fact that the quotation at the top of their page, for of all things in the world people are the most precious, is actually taken from Mao Zedong which is uncomfortable to say the least. It is actually a misquotation as it appears to follow some other, possibly even more lofty sounding statement which Mao never made.

            It is actually taken from a pronouncement which Mao made to defend his position that population control for China was unnecessary – just before he flip-flopped and introduced the one child policy. So the statement itself is steeped in confusion and misunderstanding – rather like the EU.

            It is followed by the inscription “UN MILL DEC” which apparently stands for United Nations Millennium Declaration but the words cannot be found on the UN’s unctuously named “Peace Portal”. Initially, I took it to be a reference to J. S. Mill but did not recognise it from any of his works, with which I am quite familiar, which led me to investigate and that is why I am able to spout all this drivel now. :-)

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        Expat Geordie says:

        BW, mate. Have a like!

        (Obviously not a real one as I’m buggered if I sign up to WordPress, and since my arse is a one way valve, except for the occasional Annusol for, ahem, age related issues, I’m not going to be buggered. Anyway the spirit is there, so have a nice big like :) )

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        • 340
          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          Fuck off.

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          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            Somebody is really desperate to cause ‘division’ – Expat be assured it was not i who made that statement at 4:06 pm.

            The desperate grow ever more desperate as the day draws nearer.

            For decades we have all been pitted at one another – we have all been used and duped by the dirty ptb.

            Retribution is on its way – and the Sunday MSM – are expected to do as their are de – noticed because of their decades of being suborned ‘monkeys’.

            Can’t wait to read the published lies, and spoiler stories (fantasies) that hacks ‘n journo’s ‘suborned under mediaaaa Laws’ come up with 2mro.

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          • The European Directive of Fanny Freshness. says:

            Na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na………………………………………………….

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    • 199
      Tachybaptus says:

      Many of us don’t read the posts, just the comments.

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      • 208
        Ockham's Razor says:

        Ah! Tachy! If that is you, as I imagine, and not one of your sockpuppets…

        If you were the Anonymous who posted here last night (and there aren’t that many who could post on this topic, so I suspect it was you – well beyond my skill-set), then I left an answer to it just below: http://tinyurl.com/lk8umhc

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        • 410
          Tachybaptus says:

          Yes it was me — the trouble about using this WordPress avatar thing is that your name doesn’t get stored, and I forgot to put it in.

          It was the mark of a pagan god or a hero that they always, as you put it, scored a hole in one. Zeus’s many one-night stands always produced some kind of offspring, divine or human. There is an amazingly long list at

          http://www.theoi.com/Olympios/ZeusFamily.html

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  43. 143
    Patrick O'Flynn says:

    Nigel Farage can not hide from the fact that he’s racist – even Roger Helmer has it in for him

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    • 155
      Village Idiot says:

      …I can,t find the word “Racist” in my old dictionary,please explain exactly what that word means that you throw around willy nilly,silly billy!

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    • 158
      Demitri Roussos says:

      You can not hide the fact that you’re a repetitive tiresome bore living in his own echo chamber. Don’t you have anything better to do – like sucking the blood from Gerry Adams’ beard?

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    • 286
      UAF Tactician says:

      The definition of what qualifies as racist behaviour should include any white person not in a mixed race relationship.
      Patrick you are now considered a racist as far as we are concerned.
      Your fault for not moving with the goalposts.

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      • 304
        duty pedant says:

        I think that you will find that in your opinion Patrick is a racialist not a racist.

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  44. 146
    Johnny Foreigner says:

    The smears against Nigel Farage – and the freedoms of Magna Carta http://fw.to/IoO9gmb

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  45. 148
    Time4Change says:

    Today’s mail has an article referring to just some of the waste of space and money arising from EU, but tries to deflect voters away from UKIP to “none of the above”.

    Pre UKIP the latter was our only way to excercise our right to vote, but not for any of the existing parties. Now UKIP are fielding candidates pretty much everwhere for MEP and local councils too.

    There is , for the first time, little reason to vote N O T A, as a credible alternative now exists throughout the country.

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    • 185
      fuck the liblabcon/msm cartel says:

      We can thank Nigel Farage for at least flushing out who’s who and drawing up the battle lines.

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      • 232
        WoRaft Chihuahua says:

        + 1 If nothing else, UKIP gives me a place on the ballot slip equivalent to NOTA and they have to count it.

        I do not think UKIP will do as well as it hopes and they should avoid off-putting triumphalism. However, I know that the other parties will be sweating over the numbers and wondering if they could have recruited those voters.

        Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a night of Portillo moments where smug incumbents are rudely chucked off the gravy train.

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  46. 152
    Nermal says:

    I see Dan Hodges has finally lost the plot, he has suggested that Labour should try Chuka as their leader.

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    • 165
      Ockham's Razor says:

      They might do better with @JasminBecket.

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    • 167
      'Gypsy' Dave Cooper says:

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      • 170
        Genghiz the kahn says:

        dedicated to St Ephen of Gerrard.

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        • 239
          Expat Geordie says:

          Good job you didn’t say dedicated to St Ephen of Lawrence. Don’t want to be making any political points on here, do we?

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      • 237
        Expat Geordie says:

        Brilliant record. I remember as a kid in the ’70′s having these 1950′s text books that had stuff in them about Mr Jones growing bananas somewhere in the Caribbean (having never seen a black man I didn’t think of him in those terms) and will always remember that each banana tree only provided one bunch of bananas per season. Strange the things that you remember for childhood.

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      • 371
        Baron van Pallandt says:

        No! Mine cover is better!

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    • 178
      Don't look this way, look over there says:

      Will Chucky have time to be leader as well as getting photographed around the world as well as being an MP as well as being shadow laughingly employment minister and preening himself in front of a mirror, after all, preening himself take most of his time.

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  47. 153
    David says:

    The deluded, out if touch anti UKIP posters here are wasting their time. The smears will not work. They only draw attention to the fact that only UKIP is speaking for ordinary Brits whose lives have been blighted by 50 years of one party rule by the corrupt, self serving political elite and their media whores. Thursday is possibly our last chance to tell them to F off.

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  48. 172
    Nermal says:

    Well that’s Nigeria phucked, just heard that Wee Willie Hague fresh from his success in the Ukraine is meeting with the the Nigerian President. If Dave had any sense he would make him Minister for Lost Property. Goodluck to the Pres.

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  49. 187
    Ockham's Razor says:

    Migrants who can’t speak English can buy language certificate for £500.

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      Reg says:

      Unless they are mute, won’t they still have problems actually speaking the words?

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        Anonymous says:

        Yes.

        Actually, if they are mute, they will have even more problem speaking them but that is another matter altogether.

        The point is they then “qualify” as speaking the lingo for employment purposes.

        Another fine con.

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      • 206
        Ockham's Razor says:

        Yes.

        Actually, if they are mute, they will have even more problem speaking them but that is another matter altogether.

        The point is they then “qualify” as speaking the lingo for employment purposes.

        Another fine con…

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  50. 196
    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    What a load of crap about insisting migrants speak English.

    That guy from Marks and Spencers when he started he couldn’t speak a word of English and did not have a pot to piss in. Remember too there were no Housing Benefits or Child Benefits in those days.

    if there were a million foreigners like him wanting to get in the country they should be welcomed with open arms.

    The fact Cameron wants to stop such types show just what a wanker is running this country.

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    • 240
      String Vest says:

      Yes and the drain on the NHS, education, police etc just for the hiring of interpreters alone comes to many tens of millions annually.

      Like

      • 245
        Bert Camus says:

        Well let the immigrants pick up the Bill.

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        • 246
          Tory Boys are best says:

          Ah yes you are talking about Mr Marks who could not speak English.

          Mr Spencer on the other hand could speak English (of a type) as he came from America.

          His problem was that he was always as pissed as a fart.

          It was more Mr Marks than Mr Spencer who made a success out of nothing.

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      • 361
        Londoner says:

        Almost all of the profits of which go to the deeply dodgy Capita and to Language Line, a US company based in Monterey, California.

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    • 247
      Expat Geordie says:

      Dear Captain Flint (for I believe that to be the name of Long John Silver’s parrot),

      You are, sort of, correct. Although I am not a fan of the trade union movement, they have in the past helped to secure certain rights and privileges for the British working man. When the foreign bloke that you are referring to first came to this country he had the same rights and privileges as the British working man, i.e. fuck all.

      Since your foreign bloke turned up, the unions, and politicians such as (in chronological order) Hardy, Churchill, George (not Lloyd George, that is like referring to Churchill as Spencer Churchill), Chamberlain, Atlee, Eden, MacMillan, Thatcher, Major and Duncan Smith have attempted and generally succeeded in making life better and easier for the British working man.

      However, everything changed for the working man in 1997. An apparently Labour government encouraged every foreigner going to turn up on our doorstep and undercut the native working man. The reason given was “to rub the rights nose in diversity”. The real reason was to fuck over the British working man. How can a man compete with someone who is living in a room with two others when he has a mortgage and a wife and kids to feed. New Labour hated the Thatcherite/Christian Socialist idea of a man being the owner of his own home and being self sufficient. New Labour wanted a client state of unemployed working men, and state employed layabouts, who would perversely vote Labour at the right time, whilst all the work was being done by immigrants being paid minimum wage. This worked until 2010, when the money ran out.

      The white/British (because a lot of early immigrants suffered as a result of this policy as well) working class have no problem with fair immigration. They just want a fair crack of the whip. A level playing field. The ability to provide food and shelter for their families by honest hard work. New Labour queered the pitch. The result is UKIP.

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    • 252
      Expat Geordie says:

      One last try – the múddérs are going mental today.

      You are, sort of, correct. Although I am not a fan of the trade union movement, they have in the past helped to secure certain rights and príiiléges for the British working man. When the foreign bloke that you are referring to first came to this country he had the same rights and príviléges as the British working man, i.e. none.

      Since your foreign bloke turned up, the unions, and politicians such as (in chronological order) Hardy, Churchill, George (not Lloyd George, that is like referring to Churchill as Spencer Churchill), Chamberlain, Atlee, Eden, MacMillan, Thatcher, Major and Duncan Smith have attempted and generally succeeded in making life better and easier for the British working man.

      However, everything changed for the working man in 1997. An apparently Labour government encouraged every foreigner going to turn up on our doorstep and undercut the natíve working man. The reason given was “to rub the ríghts nose in dívérsíty”. The real reason was to do over the British working man. How can a man compete with someone who is living in a room with two others when he has a mórtgáge and a wife and kids to feed. New Labour hated the Thatcherite/Christian Socialist idea of a man being the owner of his own home and being self sufficient. New Labour wanted a client state of unemployed working men, and state employed láyabouts, who would pérvérsély vote Labour at the right time, whilst all the work was being done by immígrants being paid minimum wage. This worked until 2010, when the money ran out.

      The white/British (because a lot of early immígrants suffered as a result of this policy as well) working class have no problem with fair immígration. They just want a fair cráck of the whíp. A level playing field. The ability to províde food and shelter for their families by honest hard work. New Labour quééréd the pitch. The result is UKIP.

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        Hardly says:

        Thatcher fucked up Longbridge and it fucked up the whole manufacturing of the Midlands. Same with Motorcycles.

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        • 290
          Fishy says:

          Actually it was Brown that plunged the dagger into Longbridge. There was a blazing row between PM Bliar who wanted to save production there and Chancellor of the Exchequer, Brown who refused to stump up any more cash.

          Brown won.

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        • 294
          jgm2 says:

          Thatcher did not fuck up Longbridge.

          The unions and the ‘great british worker’ fucked up Longbridge. I grew up next door in Northfield. The c*unts wouldn’t even buy their own cars. Dagenham was full of Fords but Longbridge car parks were full of anything but Austins.

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          Soshalism fucks everything says:

          Red Robbo fucked Longbridge, together with Wilson, Callaghan and an idiot called Lord Ryder.

          and Nationalising it fucked it completely.

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        • 480
          Dung says:

          Same with motorcycles, my arse. British bikes were utterly shit by the 1970s and hadn’t moved on in 10 years.

          Japanese stuff (eg CB400f) was better, cheaper, faster and lots of them still work to this day, unlike the average 1970s Triumph which died in a pool of it’s own piss.

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      • 270
        Ockham's Razor says:

        Agree in the main with your analysis.

        There seems to be a problem with quԑԑrԑd.

        Whilst in the same ballpark amusԑmԑnt, may not be had as it contains sԑmԑn. I find that hard to swallow.

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      • 280
        I hate Cameron and the LabCon says:

        Excellent explanation.
        Please have a like. I’m not signing up to wordpress either.

        True story from the week.

        Bloke drives up to our gatepost in a newish Passat, sees me, and waves an envelope. I go over to get it, see it’s for the Air Ambulance and start telling him, the problem is that although we dutifully put clothes in the bags provided, no bugger ever comes to collect them.

        He looks at me and blurts, ‘No speak English’. I try again in ‘pigeon simple’. He shouts back at me as if I’m stupid, ‘No speak English’. Jumps in car and drives off.

        What the hell is going on.

        I want my country back from the bastard buffoons like Cameron and the Fuckwits.

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    • 285
      A reasonable man says:

      I agree ith you. Some immigrants are usefull, even desirable.

      They can apply for visas at the British embassy and come in if they can prove what they say about themselves is true. Otherwise, fuck off.

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  51. 215
    Anonymous says:

    Labour Party Campaigner Faces Sack over ‘Gimp in Basement’ Accusation

    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/05/17/labour-campaigner-faces-sack-over-gimp-allegations

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  52. 217
    Trying again says:

    Why Cameron won’t win back many of what he views as UKIP “protest” votes in the European polls, and hence is a goner in 2015:

    The UK will in November suffer serious dilution of existing rights in dozens of areas of legislation within the EU, including asylum, border control, immigration, energy, transport and withdrawal of a member state.

    Which makes a mockery of his so-called promise of an EU referendum.

    This article – UK Parliament comes to an effective end — is worth a read:

    http://pjcjournal.wordpress.com/2014/05/16/uk-parliament-comes-to-an-effective-end/

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  53. 236
    String Vest says:

    I wonder if Nigel Farage will be having an unfortunate accident at some point in the near future. You know, something a little bit suspect.

    These things do tend to happen at the most inconvenient of times.

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  54. 238
    Anon. says:

    Wow.

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  55. 253
    Patrick O'Flynn says:

    Owen Jones has just nailed Farage for the toad he is.

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  56. 262
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      String Vest says:

      Excuse me, could you change this £50 note for two twenties and a ten?

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    • 284
      non taxable pikey says:

      What you don’t hear from this tw@t is that the centre of Vienna is currently in lock down with police setting dogs on anyone they see outside their homes. All because of the need to protect a Neo-Nazi street meeting.

      Didn’t hear anything about riot police and water cannon on the streets of Brussels recently either. 25K protesters, mainly from the Antwerp region complaining about the EUSSR’s policies.

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    • 289
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

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  57. 269
    ahmonika says:

    Most people on benefits are on zero hours contracts. Something must be done.

    Like

  58. 288
    President Cheery B. Mahmood says:

    It is a well known fact that you are what you eat, what’s less well known is that an animal when it is frightened releases chemicals into it’s muscles which when eaten are poisonous to humans. If we must eat meat then it is kinder and healthier if the animal lives in animal paradise and then suddenly dies. This can be achieved by scrapping the centralized slaughter houses ( causing suffering by transporting ) and slaughtering the animals locally ( ideally on the farm by traveling slaughtermen )so causing minimal fear. It is possible that the Islamics are so loopy because of their practices of slaughter which cause excessive poisons to be present in the meat of the animals. We do not want to be in danger of eating this poisoned meat and would prefer it to be labelled.

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    • 298
      EU Mong says:

      Fuck off; they will be brought to centralised slaughter houses; as will anyone thinking unpure thoughts about our glorious EUSSR.

      Like

    • 302
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      I have had ready meals like that, the small print said: Warning this product may contain Donkey.

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      • 327
        The Waterboard says:

        Wait till all the Muslims find out we get the pope to bless all our tap water.

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      • 356
        Away on Business says:

        Donkey meat is delicious and sells at a premium in China. Anyone putting donkey meat into the food chain as a substitute for pork, beef or lamb is an idiot.

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        • 428
          Funambulist says:

          There’s a fortune awaiting anyone who offers tins/ready meals of pork curry to the public. It could be delicious and people could eat it without worrying about slaughter methods, imams intoning curses against the kuffar over their lamb chops etc. See to remember having some decent pork curries in Chinese restaurants.

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    • 424
      Funambulist says:

      + 1000

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  59. 293
    Patrick O'Flynn says:

    I see Nigel Farage is still eyeing up that shovel.

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    • 436
      The Premature Burial says:

      All the better to bury you with, zombie boy. Keep digging: your head sticking out of the ground looks ridiculous…

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  60. 295
    Roger Helmer says:

    Nigel,there’s just something about wearing an overcoat with a velvet collar which makes you look like a fucking prick.

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    • 310
      ahmonika says:

      Agreed.

      A 30 year old trilby ( of sorts ) on the Nigerian President is much more memorable.

      Not forgetting the WI quilt that Hamid Karzai drapes over his shoulders.

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    • 323
      Dave axelrod says:

      If the only thing Ed had to do not to look a prick was to take his coat off I would be laughing

      Like

  61. 299
    UAF Tactician says:

    The goal posts are moving again so this an important message to all people not wanting to be considered racist.
    Ditch your current partner if they are white/British and seek a relationship with someone not of white British origin.
    Also so as not to be accused of being a racist trying to perpetuate a white master race we suggest you only have children of a mixed race.

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  62. 303
    ahmonika says:

    Bones found in Argentina may be from titanosaur; the ‘heaviest’ dinosaur species ever to have walked the Earth – estimated body mass of 77 tonnes.

    Have they dug up Cyril Smith’s bones yet?

    Like

    • 440
      Funambulist says:

      Which paper will be the first to publish an unfunny cartoon of the mega-dinosaur with Nigel’s face superimposed? The Grauniad, Independent or…?

      Like

  63. 306
    Anon. says:

    #ElectedByNoOne

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    • 378
      well i never says:

      Hands up all those who voted for Ashton or Barroso…

      The left may currently think the EU is a great idea, because
      it’s stuffed full of leftie placemen. Have they considered what
      will happen in a few years time when parties of a different hue
      seized power?

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  64. 307
    Mr & Mrs Hamilton says:

    The problem with UKIP is Nigel Farage.

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  65. 311
    Nigel Farage says:

    My Glock discharged and shot my balls off. Any local choirs need a soprano?

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  66. 313

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  67. 314
    ahmonika says:

    The Co-op took a big step towards overhauling the way it is run today when members backed a four-point resolution on governance reforms.

    The unanimous vote in favour paves the way for the mutual to begin the implementation of proposals by Lord Myners, which include replacing the existing 20-strong board of representatives with a slimmed down structure staffed by professionally-trained directors.

    Err would OR be considered ‘professionaly trained’ one wonders?

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    • 319
      Ockham's Razor says:

      The Myners strike all over again.

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      • 324
        ahmonika says:

        Get yourself an avatar. SC would still be alive or dead if the service had been available at the height of his posts.

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        • 338
          Expat Geordie says:

          I did wonder about that. Being a weekend warrior on this site, and even then not every weekend, I had wondered what had happened to Mr C as I so enjoyed his posts and we did have a few things in common.

          So, OR, is that you dad?

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          • Felis Silvestris Catus Preservation Society says:

            There are three things which can stand in the way of attendance here:

            A. The normal chores of life. There is much to be done what with the polyestrous distaff side needing much attention currently.
            B. The sockpuppets are only a mild nuisance and lack any style, which is even more annoying at times.
            C. There is a symposiarch in evidence here of the automated type which seems to be of a capricious design and for a while it ejected any comments relating to that party which has a patron who partakes of the humulus lupulus drink.

            So why fritter time on C. when there is much A. to be pursuing? Which brings us to:

            T. Universally a temporal indicator, it will become apparent when it is appropriate for our charge to return and he will be back to the fray with both teeth and claws at full stretch.

            So there you have it: C.A.T.

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            So are you coming back to Westbourne any time soon?

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          • Felis Silvestris Catus Preservation Society says:

            In the event our charge has cause to be in that area, he knows where to go.

            Unfortunately, everyone from that era (late 60s early 70s) has either moved away or passed away so it is not a scheduled stop.

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    • 352
      Ed Milibribe says:

      What the Co-op does is a matter of supreme indifference to me. I am intensely relaxed with the Co-op buying Labour MPs to vote for them in the House of Commons.

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  68. 318
    TOO FAR says:

    Why does the EU spend millions on promoting it’s self??
    There’s an answer there!!!!!!!!!

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    • 402
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      They spend the millions of monies that they have unlawfully thieved from the peoples of Europe – on promoting themselves. i think that is going to stop very very soon.

      Like

  69. 320
    Anonymous says:

    UKIP storm today, Nigel Farage has eaten a baby, how can you vote ukip?

    Like

    • 341
      Nigel says:

      FFS, the baby was Romanian. Should have gassed the little fukkah first.

      Like

    • 342
      Idon'tneednodoctor says:

      Only one, that’s pathetic. How could anyone vote for a politician that can only eat one baby a day.

      Like

    • 350
      LBC says:

      Is it ture, Mr Farage that you dipped the baby in German mustard?

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      • 373
        fight the fascists says:

        James O’ Brien could claim Farage taught BBC
        broadcasters Savile, Hall and Harris everything they
        know- it still wouldn’t stop me voting for him.

        Like

  70. 321
    Owen Jones,Socialist turned Capitalist says:

    Just for the avoidance of any doubt…

    PROFIT IS A GOOD THING

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  71. 322
    Anonymous says:

    All English people must be racists.

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  72. 325
    Anonymous says:

    The following people cannot be considered racist.

    The liblabcon party
    The tv newsrooms
    The printed media.
    The bbc
    The eu parliament
    the eu commission
    all other european countries other than england
    scottish people
    welsh people
    irish people

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    • 333
      Left wing C*nt whose easily offended says:

      People hate me because of the thinness of my skin.

      Like

      • 394
        disciplinary committee of the central presidium (Brent) branch says:

        Comrade,

        The disciplinary committee of the central presidium (Brent) branch is informed that you have used the word ‘skin’ without at the same time throwing any bricks or bottles. Should there be a repeat of this behaviour we will have no choice but to ask comrade delta to take you out on a date. Without lubracants.

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    • 336
      Anonymous says:

      Obviously you wrote that because you are indeed a racist. That Austrian fellow with the toothbrush moustache also had a persecution complex.

      Like

      • 366
        Anonymous says:

        vote ukip

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      • 451
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Them old fucking ‘mantras’ – that’s all they are – phrase up a few key words to instill fear … it so ‘old world’ and it’s so fucking boring.

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  73. 329
    Ockham's Razor says:

    A millionaire playboy threw a porn star off a roof, and you have to read his lawyer’s response:

    “Like your client, the facts of the claim won’t quite fly.”

    http://www.dailydot.com/lifestyle/dan-bilzerian-lawyer-letter-janice-griffith/

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    • 349
      Emperor Rumpy says:

      Gimps should use the tradesman’s entrance.

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    • 353
      Patriot says:

      If I was the last person in Europe to support the EU, I’d hide my identity too.

      Like

    • 397
      Edwina says:

      John Major is looking trim for his age

      Like

    • 403
      UKIP4ME says:

      Its like…well…its like they are deliberately taking the piss out of themselves and making themselves look utterly ridiculous.

      Who in their right mind would think that dressing up like that is going to impress and inspire anyone?

      I would have loved to be a fly on the wall at the meeting where that little escapade was dreamed up and thought to be a great idea.

      I bet we would be appalled if we knew how much these fools are earning.

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    • 455
      Funambulist says:

      The nerd on the left looks like Rick Moranis. The one on the right is not a superhero but the official EU Executioner.

      Like

  77. 347
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Notice how the BBC distance themselves from their own perverts.
    It’s Stuart Hall broadcaster, not Stuart Hall BBC broadcaster.
    It was Jimmy Savile DJ, not Jimmy Savile BBC disc jockey.
    It’s Rolf Harris entertainer, not Rolf Harris BBC entertainer.
    It’s all in the hypocrisy from the BBC.

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    • 390
      JH3254623412312 says:

      Also, if an MP has done wrong it’s just ‘MP’, unless it is a TORY MP.

      Like

  78. 351

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  79. 357
    Brokerman says:

    The main parties are shatting themselves UKIP are getting all the attention Hits for Tits! just like if you post
    Kate Middleton Naked Photographs. Future Queen of England. Hits for Tits!http://guerillainvesting.co.uk/2012/09/18/kate-middleton-naked-photographs-future-queen-of-england/

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  80. 358
    Moley says:

    Why do I have to log in with Word Press, requiring me to change my name, if I want to rate a comment?

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    Moley says:

    Is anyone giving the odds on a delay in announcing the EU election results because of

    (implausible excuse by the EU).?

    Write your own implausible excuse.

    Pretty high, I suspect.

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    • 388
      EU Mong says:

      We know what the results are; they have been in my safe since the last election. I call them a 5 year plan.

      Like

  83. 367
    Anonymous says:

    dont forget to vote ukip.

    really f uck everybody else for a change, just like they always f uck you.

    Like

  84. 368
    Anonymous says:

    I cant understand why a lot of people still dont believe daves cast iron guarantee of an in/out referendum! Why is this?

    Like

  85. 370
    Anonymous says:

    Tomorrows papers, this time are going for farage, thats strange, why is this?

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  86. 372
    Expat Geordie says:

    Just been going over a thread on ARRSE about changes in the EU and about how it is now run by all the old commies that we were against during the cold war, etc., and then a strange thing enter my head.

    Anyone here remember “the Green Pound”?

    If I remember rightly it used to get mentioned a lot on Weekend World when I was a kid.

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    • 381
      Lord Stansted says:

      What about green jobs?

      Like

    • 393
      Ockham's Razor says:

      It was another interventionist idea which brought about distortions which were awkward to unwind, when the inevitability of winding it down came about.

      But because it kept food prices artificially low, the Labour government (and even Mrs T, at least in her first year) clung onto it like shit to a blanket.

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    • 420
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      i have noted an imposter trying to cause ‘division’ between you and i today – ignore them.

      Like

      • 465
        Expat Geordie says:

        Don’t fret about it BW. There’s plenty of divisions on this site between the regulars, weekend warriors, socialists and sensible people, pissed and sober so a bit more is neither here nor there.

        Did you catch the fire in the student flats yesterday? The one thing that I found strange was not that the fire brigade were having to wake students at 9.00 am, but that they had to wake them at all. Considering the size of the fire, what happened to the fire alarm? If you or me had let that happen we’d both be up before Judge Wiggs on Monday morning.

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  87. 375
    Anonymous says:

    Do you know I do not like lollipop ladies.

    They make me cross!

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    • 383
      Long John Silver' s parrot says:

      I thought all the lollipop ladies had gone during the first few months of Asterity to be replaced by Dave’s Big Society volunteers .

      Like

      • 384
        Sodam Hussain says:

        If the State are still paying for these Ladies they should be binned immediately.

        There is plenty of free labour down the Job Centre; they can do these menial tasks before they sign on every day.

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  88. 382
    Roger Helmer says:

    Why Nigel Farage has never been Knighted is a mystery to me…….

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  89. 386
    Boko Haram says:

    Why is there no section for Nubian slaves on Ebay?

    Like

  90. 387
    Patrick O'Flynn says:

    **** **** ****

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    • 399
      brown-dog says:

      Our political masters are horrified by Ukip. Trouble is, the voters aren’t

      http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/seanthomas/100271887/our-political-masters-are-horrified-by-ukip-trouble-is-the-voters-arent/

      You can almost hear the screams from Westminster, can’t you? Every time Nigel Farage opens his mouth, the combined political classes of Primrose Hill and Holland Park react like a chorus of flashed spinsters, exposed to the hairy buttocks of a drunken navvy. Oh my word, he’s done it again! Someone stop him! Help!

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      • 414
        A Libertarian Rebel says:

        Whatever your individual view of UKIP or its policies, the legacy media’s antics of the past few weeks have at least achieved one thing: they have opened the eyes of millions of people to the utter falsehood of the notion that the UK has anything resembling an independent print or broadcast Press.

        Disregard your personal view of UKIP: the revelation that a near-100% of the legacy media have been exposed as willing lackeys of the intolerant-of-dissent, metropolitan-’progressive’, left-liberal PC orthodoxy essentially espoused by all three legacy parties and so-called ‘opinion-formers’, should worry us all.

        To survive and thrive, pluralist, participatory democracy needs a free, independent and non-complicit media estate: one reflecting a broad spectrum of opinion, and not merely able, but willing, to challenge, expose and hold to account the governing caste, both elected and unelected. Our present consensual, governing-caste client-media, thankfully much more widely realised now through its activities of the past few weeks, constitutes a latent threat to democracy itself.

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      • 430
        Curious says:

        Not sure which way to look at the Jockanese vote….

        If Jockland vote “yes”, leave UK PLC, go outside the EUSSR and then achieve a thriving economy (as frog-face says), then frog-face will look like a right dick trying to squeeze the Jockanese back into the EUSSR. But our Nigel will be creaming his panties if the Jockanese do succeed outside the EUSSR; that will put the screws on Cam, Clegg and Ed – and the rest of the EUSSR – and encourage what is left to leave too.

        So….. Frog-face needs Jockland to be independent but fail economically to encourage the Jockanese to join the EU (again) but that would prove the “No” vote correct?

        So… Cam, Clegg & Ed need a Jockanese “yes” vote to get a UK “no” vote on a referendum on Uk membership of the EUSSR.

        Interesting times.

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        • 462
          Expat Geordie says:

          If Scotland does get independence (please see a series of posts from me, above as to how I would like the issue to be dealt with – pure fantasy but it seems to have attracted a fairly positive response) then it must ignore Alex Salmond and leave the EU asap. Scotland’s oil, and Scotland’s fisheries, must not become a common European resource. Scotland must have the freedom to decide who enters and works in their country. Scotland must be free to effectively become a tax haven to attract money and proper investment into the country.

          I have never understood the celtic desire to throw off the “English yoke”, only to then take on a more destructive foreign one. There is a scene in Sharpe’s Sword where the Irish priest who has been spying for the British is asked why. His response: “John Bull is a bad neighbour, but Bonaparte is a bully.”

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    Ockham's Razor says:

    Procol Harum was actually named after a cat, Procul actually being the breeder’s prefix.

    President François Hollande has just declared war on them.

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      President Cheery B. Mahmood says:

      they’ll be easy to spot in the bush then ? they’ll be the lighter shade ones

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    Vote Tory, Get A Liar says:

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    Pookie Snackumberger says:

    have you noticed how UKIP has no ‘Big society’ or ‘One Nation’ bollocks,

    just aims and ambitions like get the fcuk out of the EUSSR, end mass imigration and no more pointless windmills.

    These things are what voters want not language.

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      Normal Guy says:

      Quite right. People who give their time as volunteers to their local clubs and charities do not do so because some twat in the government pretends he or she has orchestrated it.

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    'Gypsy' Dave Cooper says:

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    Propaganda Watch says:

    Euronews spreading lies about UKIP.

    http://de.euronews.com/2014/05/16/siegt-ukip-bei-der-europawahl-in-grossbritannien/

    This article claims to have found an English person in Manchester who worked alongside foreitgners cutting flowers. They do not name him – for good reason- because he does not exist. The reporter is making up his quote:

    Doch es gibt auch andere Stimmen:“Was Einwanderer anbelangt, die hier Arbeit suchen, sind UKIP-Anhänger faschistisch”, sagte uns ein junger Mann. “Ich kenne das aus eigener Erfahrung. Ich habe unter anderem Schnittblumen geerntet und weiß daher, dass die Europäer, die hier Jobs suchen, im allgemeinen Arbeiten verrichten, die wir ablehnen.”

    Translation:

    However there are other voices: “As for immigrants who seek work here, UKIP supporters are fascist”, a young man told us. “I know this from personal experience. I have amongst others harvested cut flowers and therefore know that Europeans who are looking for jobs here, in general, perform work which we reject “

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      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      When the ptb descend to the lowest level – they ‘always’ use anonymous created persons who are never traceable … It’s so fucking ‘old world’ … and it’s so fucking obvious.

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        Normal Guy says:

        Interesting the article doesn’t even have a named author. What a shameful hatchet job.

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    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Rupert Murdoch may have been able to fool lots of the people for lots of the time but he ain’t gonna be fooling all of the people for very much longer.

    btw beware that – desperate imposters are about trying to cause division between many of us here who have the LiBLabCon and their msm mates ‘firmly fixed’ in our sights.

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    • 438
      Normal Guy says:

      People know what is going on. The Westminster/MSM axis had better hope that UKIP win next week. If there is even the slightest suspicion that the vote has been stolen from the British people, I predict things will get very nasty.

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    Purple Dogzzz says:

    For me the reason that I shall be voting UKIP at every election until we get our country back?

    So long as we are in the EU without the ability to vote out the
    people who create EU law (the commission, the EU council and the 3,500
    secret working groups) we will never have a guarantee of workers rights,
    human rights or any other rights. The EU retains the power to revoke
    any of those things. Once the NAFTA/EU trade deal goes through, foreign
    corporations will have more influence on policy EU wide than
    the electorate. Once these corporations remove all workers rights who
    will you vote out? We will not be able to stop them, the unions will
    not be able to and our once sovereign parliament will not be able to.

    For me, voting to get our country back is about the central premise of
    democracy and the ability to vote out those who make bad laws.

    Once UKIP give us OUR sovereignty back, IF they abuse us, we can vote
    them out again. No other party has the chance and intention to return
    to us OUR sovereignty. This is why I am voting UKIP.

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    • 437
      I too will be voting UKIP says:

      Precisely, its got fuck all to do with womens skirts or the twats who make these idiotic statements, its about standing up against the grey monolithic soviet like state which is the EUSSR. Thats what those bought and sold c unts in the media are failing to recognise.

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    Toxic Tories for Landowning Spongers, Parasites, Criminals, Expenses Fraudsters, Traitors, Peedos, & says:

    2010 is the warmest year on record, and the 2000s is clearly the warmest decade on record. That cannot have happened unless the planet has warmed

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    • 441
      Curious says:

      Have the previous temperatures been re-written again? It was 1998 but since there has been no warming since then (technically 1995 but the benefit of doubt is always given by the skeptics to the gullible) I guess that it was about time to “homogenise” (ie fiddle) the temperature record.

      You should read a few more web sites instead of relying on Greenpeace & WWF bumpf; you do realise that WWF is almost entirely funded by Shell petro-dollars? Their chief execs do tend to swop about a bit.

      Greenpeace is not Greenpeace; it is actually the Greenpeace Foundation and Greenpeace International ; the original grouping split into scientists and arseholes – guess which one appears on TV? Guess which one gullible ill-informed lefty arseholes give money to? Give you a clue – the next time they piss Vlad off, they will discover first hand just how really fucking cold Siberia is; assuming the FSB do not blow their fucking heads off first.

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    Gaye Mann says:

    Conservative MP Nigel Evans says it’s time rape suspects were granted anonymity and has expressed sadness over the arrest of Oxford Union President Ben Sullivan.

    Mr Sullivan, 21, a history and politics student at Christ Church College, was arrested last week on suspicion of rape and attempted rape. He has been released on bail.

    Mr Evans, MP for Ribble Valley in Lancashire, was last month fully cleared of multiple charged of indecent and sexual assauly and one charge of rape.

    The gay MP resigned as deputy speaker in September last year after being charged.

    Mr Evans is calling for anonymity for rape suspects until they are charged or even convicted to prevent lives from being “wrecked”.

    However, critics say such a move would prevent more victims from coming forward.

    Writing in The Spectator, the MP said his “heart sank” when he read the newspaper headline: “Oxford Union president, 21, arrested on suspicion of rape and attempted rape.”

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    shitbag says:

    this country is in such a bad way that cnunts on here may decide to revolt if ukip ever get elected – that will not be funny but this country is no the shit hole of the world propped up by fuckers on here

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    • 444
      gordon and tony gaffer taped to traitors' gate says:

      hey gordon shall we tell the world what you did to try and get tony out of office? and what tony did to stay in office? fucking evil scum.

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    Purple Dogzzz says:

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      Normal Guy says:

      Not entirely to do with UKIP being underdogs. Being right probably has more than a little something to do with their support from the general public.

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      Order Order Watch says:

      Then whhy not apologise and stop joining in the smears? Don’t think we didn’t all see what you were up to yesterday.

      Has Rupe decided as usual to jump onto the bandwagon supporting the winning team?

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        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        i would have thought that the three years plus of i posting on here has taught at least GF that people who descend to smearing have already lost their argument.

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    ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

    I don’t know how many examples are needed, to show even traditional Thatcherite conservatives that this Cameron public schoolboy group are asset stripping our country for their own wealth, persecuting disabled vulnerable people with a smirk as they implement an unnecessary ideological agenda, rewarding those who nearly wrecked our country, and demonising poor and immigrant communities with propaganda and vitriol which would not be out of place in a film on Hitler’s Nazi agenda. Its simply sick, unfair, morally reprehensible, and anyone who turns a blind eye to this genuine suffering at the next election, simply because they are OK, is behaving in a similar way to those who ‘didn’t see’ and didn’t care, as the trains passed by heading for the concentration camps

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    • 464
      Purple Dogzzz says:

      Vote UKIP for the solution then!

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    • 467
      Ockham's Razor says:

      Bloody hell, Mouse!

      Straight into Godwin’s Law with no foreplay. Didn’t they teach you anything at finishing school?

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    I've got Romanians living next door says:

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      crime watch says:

      They have a right to be concerned if any group of criminal aliens with no visible honest means of support turns up in their neighbourhood. Romanians just happen to be one of a number of these alien peoples who have turned up since the EU expanded into the east. People have reason to be concerned about Lithuanian criminal gangs as well.

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    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Watched and noted via a BBC newspromo – so i’ll take that and have this

    Labour ‘Backfire’ today. [Who organised that?]

    Ed was doing a commie marxist CREEP in of all places ‘Crawley’

    “creepey, creepy, crawley”

    The commie marxist creep.

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  105. 450
    Anonymous says:

    SHOCK, police squad sent road to joe publics house because they don’t agree with the liblabcon party. Putin been in contact with the liblabcon party to tell them how to not allow dissent.

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  106. 452
    Glenda Jackasson's little boy says:

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      The Public says:

      They don’t need to rebut it. They are what they are. We support them. Get over it.

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    • 469
      Funambulist says:

      Is that Flash Gordon he’s using as his avatar? He’s a lot more like Gurning Gordon and not a bit like Flash…

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      • 482
        Expat Geordie says:

        Dan Dare I think. And the way that he is holding that pistol (blaster, whatever) means that you can shoot it accurately with just on eye open, which is a bonus as along with Gordon Brown and Nick Griffin, Hodges only has one eye.

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        • 486
          Dung says:

          Hodges occasionally tries to answer his critics in the comments on his articles. On Friday he lost his temper with someone, calling them “stupid”, “idiot” etc, he then started referring to himself in the third person.

          There’s clearly someone else operating that Disqus account.

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            Hodges does seem to talk some sense in his blog, even if you disagree with him. That is until he starts to go on about UKIP, in which case he just loses the plot – or you see him as the really nasty Blairite that he claims to be.

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    • 491
      Dan Hodges says:

      So I agree that the charges are rebutted, otherwise I would have written “deny”.

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  107. 453
    Anonymous says:

    no one in the liblabcon party has ever broken the law or fiddled their expenses. It only happens in ukip!

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    Vote UKIP :-)

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    • 492
      Bugger, missed the stagecoach out of town says:

      … and there was I thinking that Mrs Gloag was a female. You live and learn.

      …but agree with the trust of this tweet.

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  109. 459
    Anonymous says:

    People vote ukip because they dont want mass immigration that is ruining England. Neither do the English want to be just a state within the united states of europe.

    It has f uck all to do with being underdogs. If ireland is happy to be controlled by germany then f uckin good luck to them!

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    • 495
      Sheikh Basha Banka says:

      It is interesting you mention Ireland.

      Ireland are of course in the euro.

      When it came to their financial bailout we had to go along with it all the same because Cameron said our banks were too far exposed to stay out of it.

      We had very little room for negotiating manoevre.

      Leaving the EU would have little impact on our exposure to Ireland unless we used the occasion to set up trade embargoes and tarifs.

      Just what are our leaders proposing here ?

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    Bloomers in rain-soaked Bongo Bongo Land says:

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    Joss Ayinglike says:

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    Purple Dogzzz says:

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    Brillo says:

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    CCHQ says:

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    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

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  117. 481
    David Cameron says:

    Zero hour contracts and sanctioning, see, just look what we can do for you, we can make you go so hungry that you have to seek hospital treatment, that is the Tory contract. We make you fear that you’ll lose your home, we will make you fearful of not taking a job that would put you on the road of poverty pay. We will punish you for being disabled, we will punish you for being ordinary, we will punish you thoroughly for ALL our mistakes.

    We did it, just for you, don’t thank us, please, it comes naturally to us

    Vote Conservative.

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    • 483
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      And the Labour party – when they were the Government – ran the same trick – but someone pi55ed all ove rtheir plans. Didn’t they Alan Johnson / Patricia Hewitt?

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    The concepts of health and disease and their evolution over the centuries, the history of hospitals and health care organization, advances in science and medical research, the changes faced by the medical profession, his relations with the increasing complexity of society contemporary achievements of ethics and bioethics, the comparison with alternative medicine.

    http://blogmedicine4you.blogspot.it

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    Alaust says:

    I make up to $90 an hour working from my home. My story is that I quit working at Walmart to work online and ­with ­a ­­little ­effort ­I easily ­bring ­in ­around ­$­40h ­to ­$­86h… ­Someone ­was ­good ­to ­me ­by ­sharing ­this ­link ­with me, so now i am hoping i could help someone else out there by sharing this link­… Try it, you won’t regret it­!­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­…………….http://x.co/4eyZp

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  120. 497
    Guido supports UnionsTogether says:

    Is that Murdoch’s 30 pieces of silver jingle jangling in your pocket Guido,

    Fuck off to the Sun and write about Tulisa’s side boob, and how great a PM Dave is

    You C U N T

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The lefties are attacking because the panellist is a millionaire and lives in a London home worth upwards of two million. Someone had best tell them he’s called Ed Miliband.


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