June 16th, 2014

SKETCH: Hague Statement on Iraq, Iran

The Commons decided not to spend the Iraq statement flaying and nailing Tony Blair’s body to the floor of the House (an error, in this observer’s view).

However, Angus Robertson asked whether the Global Maniac should resign his position as Peace Envoy to the Middle East. Tobias Ellwood pointed out that before Blair, there was no Al Qaida in Iraq, and that he created “a vacuum of governance”. Jeremy Corbyn referred to his destruction of that country’s civil institutions. And a number of others expressed relief the Government wasn’t going to send the army in to effect a reconciliation between the sects, factions, death cults and End Times idiots that comprise the Middle Eastern polity.

Gently-spoken, mild-mannered Alistair Burt said governments over there didn’t appreciate what they were facing, and needed to “kill off the ideology and the people who are propagating it”. What, all of them? In the name of diversity, plurality and inclusive democracy?

The only forces that might actually overthrow the medievalists are theologians and feminists. As the latter have more guts than the former let’s send them in first.

Hague did hint that we had security advisers – in there, so trained ears discerned. I must have sneezed.

Jack Straw reminded the House that Iran had been coming round nicely until Bush’s Axis of Evil speech, and that they had tidied up their Taliban (via the Burt Solution). We can also remember Straw’s declaration at the height of Blair’s Luciferian powers that the idea of bombing Iran was “inconceivable”. It was that as much as anything as got him sacked.

Mike Gapes – whose white jacket was commented on at length by the jocose Speaker – testified on behalf of the Kurds saved by the western No-Fly zone, millions who wouldn’t be alive today if Saddam and Uday were in power. That is a fact that non-interventionists have to face. Or at least, ignore.

Hague said what was needed was “unity across the Arab world”.

The best and possibly only way of creating that would be western air strikes.


332 Comments

  1. 1
    Tony Blair says:

    Nothin’ to do with me, guv’nor.

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    • 5
      The people of Britain says:

      Nothing do with us, we are too busy watching the British football team getting the arrogance of being multimillionaires kicked out of them, besides I’ve all those cans of booze to finish off, so don’t bother us.

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    • 8
      George W Bush says:

      You’re taking the rap limp dick.

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    • 13
      Tony B£iar also says:

      It’s all part of my Heritage that I bequeathed the Nation

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        I am a bracket. ji ] says:

        i am sorry. I am a bracket. wish I was a hinge.
        my motors are wd wtf times fawlty. mmm. likes.

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    • 21
      Corby says:

      Blair is a loon, Hague a nincompoop. God help us!

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    • 63
      Troy Tempest says:

      Just out of interest, how much does Blair’s personal security guard cost us taxpayers?

      Ironic perhaps that he gets Police protection rather than being arrested and deported to the Hague (no, not that one)

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        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        There was a set of comments on here last year between BW & NBW of the per/capita earnings of blair for every dead UK serviceman – the figure amounted to £100,000 per head.

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      • 212
        John Bellingham says:

        As of 2012 Blair was costing the taxpayer £400,000 pa. of which £250,000 was supposed to the cost his personal protection officers. However, that hardly makes sense as the Met bill out a uniformed constable at £350 per half day, a DC from the diplomatic protection squad would cost substantially more before one takes into account designer suits and shoes, overnight allowances, travel extras and hardship pay for staying in 5 star hotels. I would make a guess at £220,000 per officer, so nine officers ( 3 on duty, 3 off, 3 in reserve) would be nearly two million smackers per year.

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    • 134
      Jack Strawman says:

      An inconceivable idea?

      That’s one of those poxy moron things, like socialist worker or sports personality.

      Anyway, must dash – got some grinding of faces in diversity to be getting on with.

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  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    Surely, I’m first.

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  3. 3
    jgm2 says:

    ‘Jocose Speaker?’ Wasn’t that the last one?

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  4. 4
    Maimed Codger says:

    Nuclear Ones…..

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  5. 6
    'Mad' Hatty, Polytwaddle, and other LieBore Clitorati says:

    We of the Wimmin’s Co-Op can only stand back and applaud the Cultural Enrichment that the populace are enjoying.

    We would, however, earnestly ask that great attention is given to completing the Cultural Enrichment of all Wimmin and Gels by ensuring they are properly cut – we never use our clits so we cannot think what other wimmin need them for.

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    The British media are cunts says:

    Feminists are the worst. One the one hand they ‘object’ to the way women are treated in Islam, yet they defend the right of women here in the UK to run around dressed like Guinness bottles with a letter box for a face.

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    jgm2 says:

    ‘testified on behalf of the Kurds saved by the western No-Fly zone, millions who wouldn’t be alive today if Saddam and Uday were in power. That is a fact that non-interventionists have to face.’

    That’s not a fact. That’s an opinion. But if the Kurds were under pressure that was simply a result of the first Gulf War. Which is where it all went to shit in the first place.

    We had no fucking business getting involved the first time let alone repeating the error and going back for another bite of the cherry. And that fucking lunatic Blair reckons we should go for the hat-trick?

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    • 88
      Erbil Ally says:

      If I remember correctly the larger bush told the Kurds to rise up against Saddam, then did nothing to help them as they were blitzkrieged up the mountains by Uday. Until finally operating the no-fly zone. Bush made them a target in the first place

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    • 95
      Anonymous says:

      Have you noticed how all the things Blair talks about are hypothetical,I.e. What may or may not have happened if different actions had been taken.The big change in the situation now isin2002-3 the argument was that a war in the Middle East should be avoided at all costs…well there is a war now in the Middle East so preventing one is no longer the issue

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      • 114
        Eh ? says:

        If I understand his argument correctly, he appears to be arguing that the 2003 invasion is not the cause of the current turmoil as THIS WOULD HAVE HAPPENED ANYWAY EVEN IF SADDAM HAD STILL BEEN IN POWER . That being the case why the fuck did we invade at such a cost to human life if we just end up at the same place ?

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        • 118
          Tony says:

          Hey, I only went to Fettes. I’m not bright, just have the gift ofthe gab.

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          • GetReal says:

            The transparent “gift of the gab” of a slimey cvnt, but good enough to con the media and a few million mugs including Cameron’s gang.

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        • 130
          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          Try QMV.

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          Z# says:

          The “purpose” of the whole filthy crime was largely for the ZioLoons. To give them pipelines and kill their enemies, and to DESTABILSE the whole Middle East.
          It was also to create enemies for the state to protect us against and aid the oil and defence/attack industries.

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          • Aardvark says:

            How sad, lonely and worthless is your life

            That you have to post thousands of race hate conspiracy messages on this site?

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    • 137
      What does your car run on? says:

      “We had no fucking business getting involved the first time”

      OIL

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    Mornington Crescent says:

    “Security advisors”, eh?

    Yes, those magnificent – nay elite – advisors that got it oh so right in, er, Iraq. Or Libya. Or, of course, Syria.

    Still, let’s use our magnificent new F-35s to bomb Iraq again, shall we?

    Ah…

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/defence/10902982/Engine-fault-grounds-entire-F-35-fleet-in-latest-blow-to-Britains-stealth-fighters.html

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    • 19
      Bomber Harris says:

      We subdued those bolloxes with a handful of Sopwith Camels ffs. Why waste billions on top of the range jet aircraft to bomb cavemen?

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    • 20
      caveat emptor says:

      Never use version 1.0 of any computer software.
      Never buy a brand new house.
      Never buy an untested American warplane. Let alone 48 of them.

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    • 22
      Frere Bush, Cheney et al says:

      awww – c’mon on! let’s go somewhere noo – how about Roosha – or Pakiland – or Chorea

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    • 47

      Security Advisers ?

      Probably Andy McNab piloting a drone from an RAF Northolt computer terminal and talking into his dictaphone preparing the draft of his latest bestseller …

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  9. 17

    “The best and possibly only way of creating that would be western air strikes.” That’s been tried on and off since 1920 or thereabouts. Hasn’t worked yet. Insanity is doing the same thing time and time again and expecting a different result (Att. A Einstein)

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  10. 25
    dave says:

    Guys I suggest we need to be more concerned about the comment that’s there are ‘400 Brits fighting with ISIS in Iraq’.
    May lost two Somali suspects in the UK. What happens when the 400 hardened Brits trickle back to the UK – legally or illegally?
    Ms May can’t keep UK borders safe from illegals now. She can’t run the Passport Office even though she was warned about what would happen a year ago.
    She’s screwed up with everything she’s touch. We need someone in that job who can do it don’t we?

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    • 26
      Bomber Harris says:

      Hopefully they’ll get their heads lopped off over there. Innit?

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      Vote Tory for unlimited immigration says:

      “What happens when the 400 hardened Brits trickle back to the UK”

      Brits? They’re not ‘Brits’.

      And I guess when they come back, the days of the LibLabCon winning elections will be over.

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      • 214
        John Bellingham says:

        There are things called “the Foreign Enlistment Acts” the last being gazetted in 1870. Unfortunately there has only been one prosecution, that of Leander Starr Jameson for his famous raid. The law is still in force and interestingly the penalty of fine and/or imprisonment is at the sole discretion of the judge. Even more interesting, the original act allows for “any ship or vessel” carrying any person to a destination where they enlist on foreign service to be seized and sold by the authorities—-surely they didn’t have Easyjet’s Boeings in mind, did they?

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    • 31
      Benjamin Netanyahu says:

      Build a big fuck off wall. Keep the dog shit out.

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    • 37
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Perhaps – in the interests of National Security – ‘cos we’re in a constant state of war – we could ‘close the fucking borders NOW’.

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      • 46
        bing says:

        when they return to the UK i guess they can always get a job a the Border Agency

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        • 54
          Fred Dibnah says:

          You’ve been through Birmingham Airport recently then?

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          • Scum says:

            Those Labour fuckers delivered Irish terrorists into government.

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          • Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

            That is generally the way of the world – see Mugabe, Mandela, Adams, McGuiness etc etc, terrorists one and all before winning their particular little fight and then being feted by the political cvnts all round the world.

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          • Anonymous says:

            And Heathrow…..

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    • 42
      Ex FCO hand says:

      The answer is clear

      Build a cordon sanitaire around ISIS

      It’s possible

      Saudi has already shut its frontier – the Royal Family know they are the next target

      King of Jordan (half British) and shit scared will play

      Assad of Syria barrel bombs them already

      That leaves Turkey who are also shit scared now

      Plus the Iraqi Kurds and Shia who will take pleasure in cuttingbtheir balls and noses off, to start with

      So go to it and encircle and kill these bastards NOW…

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      • 55
        Oliver Postgate says:

        That’s just like a row of restaurants in Edgware Road.

        Has anyone trademarked ‘ISIS-U-Like’?

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      • 59
        The people of Britain says:

        At least they now know who and where the enemy are, ISIS have killed everybody that’s not on their side, so get the big planes out and fill them with every nasty that the rest of the arab world has and dump them on those areas. anything that moves in those area’s is now the enemy, we are not getting involved, Camoron, give Bliar a rifle and let him get the next plane out to Iraq.

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  11. 28
    Brass Neck B£iar says:

    Wibble

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  12. 29
    Ex FCO hand says:

    I assume the “security advisors” Hague talks about were sipping gin and tonic in the Embassy while ISIS took over half the fucking country

    Hague must be on the white stuff like Blair

    Perhaps Angelina made a delivery of crack direct trom Tinsel Town

    Hague is a disgrace to his office

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    • 39
      Bumservative Party says:

      …when you write ‘white stuff’, has Hague been up to his old tricks again?

      Naughty boy. He’ll get a spanking.

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      • 89
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Even Platell – the self-opinionated aussie hackette appears to have woken up to his vaugeness …

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  13. 36
    jr says:

    could it be that based on TB’s cottaging past all he wants to be is in The Hauge? Is the feeling mutual?

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  14. 38
    bing says:

    It appears the government are encouraging 11 years old to start their own business

    before they start I would suggest they employ a lawyer, accountant, HR professional and a health & safety professional to make sure you get the basics correct before you start

    another rule of thumb is that every new full time employee is a £1,000,000 commitment over their working life (work it out)

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    • 65
      Pageant Queen says:

      It’s 5 year olds actually.

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      • 269
        Ponders says:

        And they will need carers, milk, napies, . . . . as well as the list of professionals and limited liability insurance – five million minimum.

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  15. 41
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Caught an early morning news brief that mentioned Claire Short condemning Blair – anyone got any links to what she said?

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    • 44
      jr says:

      I did not have sex literally with Mo Molams husbund on her deathbed.

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    • 64
      Radio times says:

      She said Blair was a liar who invented the “evidence”

      We all know that, as does the whole fucking world

      Prezza also babbled something similar

      But I couldn’t understand the illiterate ass

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      • 77
        stun () says:

        The French FS was pretty good, unusually for the Frogs. Even inspired the renaming of french fries (not chips, ‘cos they seem to be crisps) in the US to “freedom fries”. One of his early UN speeches:

        “Ten days ago, the US Secretary of State, Mr. Powell, reported the alleged links between al-Qaeda and the regime in Baghdad. Given the present state of our research and intelligence, in liaison with our allies, nothing allows us to establish such links. On the other hand, we must assess the impact that disputed military action would have on this plan. Would not such intervention be liable to exacerbate the divisions between societies, cultures and peoples, divisions that nurture terrorism?”

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      • 222
        Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

        Lardy’s basic comment was, “Me? Nah, I woodena dun it, mate, not me and I told that to Tony too, straight I did”.

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  16. 50
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Where’s Blairs flatmate chum Charlie Falconer these days?

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  18. 56
    T.B£iar - the People's Messiah says:

    Sittin’ in the dock at The Hague, watchin’ my lies re-told again’….

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    Phil Neville says:
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      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      i want to hear all England fans loud and clear on thursday – the chant is

      “OUT .. OF .. THE .. EU … OUT! OUT! OUT! – WE WANT OUR COUNTRY BACK”

      All South Americans are encouraged to sing along also – the louder the better.

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  20. 71
    Beware of Tony Blair says:

    The same foreign policy “experts” who lied us into the Iraq war are now telling us we must re-invade Iraq to deal with the disaster caused by their invasion!

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    • 74
      Observer says:

      Einstein’s definition of insanity

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    • 79
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Point is who took their eyes off of the ball and actually ‘may have’ allowed such a situation to come about for some or other reasons?

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    • 94
      BAE says:

      Sounds like good news for the companies who build tanks, airplanes, warships, aircraft carriers, bombs, guns…

      Good job they don’t lobby governments.

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      • 301
        Time to Wake up says:

        Damn right, only silly lefties working for Oxfam lobby Government. Rather ineffectually, in comparison to those that have had themselves insidiously place within Government around MPs. Not Even Tony Blair allowed private interests to take such a stake in British Governance.

        They don’t want you to believe any thing else which is why the Tory Party are going at them so hard via their media luvvies… Guido Ran a story on it… oh wait.

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    • 107
      Anonymous says:

      Who is supporting Bliar now,today

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      • 109
        International J'ewry says:

        Us

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        • 181
          Jack says:

          Exactly

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        • 223
          Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

          But Bliar has assured us he is a devout practising Catholic now – even got piccies of himself with the Pope.

          That much, so far I follow, but now the Pope fellow has recently visited Jerusalem and the Palestinians just up the road. He has also just entertained some mozzy grand mufti or something to tea – so where does that leave the international juwrists? Are they being side-lined? Whose side is the Pope on in the current middle eastern turmoil? Will he be going to Riyadh next (on the way to Tel Aviv, perhaps).

          All this religious quadrilling is doing me ‘ead in.

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  21. 75
    Moosa Kunta says:

    Benefits Britain: Life on the Dole

    New series on Channel 5 now

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    • 85
      Labour says:

      Keep them poor, uneducated and reliant on the state and they will vote for us!

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      • 225
        Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

        Just move a few hundred Roma in next door and they may soon understand the deception being played on them. Even the thickest lefties know when they are being shat upon from a great height.

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  22. 76
    Carlo Gambino says:

    No kippers on here tonight?

    Shame. I like to fillet them before dinner.

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    • 78
      UKIPper says:

      Bring it on, prawn-face

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    • 80
      UKIPper says:

      Ah yes, almost forgot, Vote UKIP

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    • 81
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      get to carlo

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      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:
      June 16, 2014 at 8:46 pm

      i want to hear all England fans loud and clear on thursday – the chant is

      “OUT .. OF .. THE .. EU … OUT! OUT! OUT! – WE WANT OUR COUNTRY BACK”

      All South Americans are encouraged to sing along also – the louder the better.

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    • 84
      Mafia spotter says:

      I think we need a few hundred of your heavies to suppress ISIS

      If they saw your faces and heaters I think they might run…

      And we could pay you in heavy Iraqi crude

      How about that?

      Have you got a refinery in Palermo?

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    They shoot children don't they? says:

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  24. 87
    bing says:

    has Gordon Brown’s sour breath got anything to do with climate change

    it could strip hammerite from a ships’s rusty porthole

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  25. 90
    Tony Blair says:

    Iran are yet to score in their match against Nigeria. The only solution is a war. Let’s get going. There’s money to be made.

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  26. 91
    Anonymous says:

    A small mention of one Charles Lynton done for “cottaging” in his younger days.
    Is this true?
    Just asking.

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    • 110
      Lefties are hypocritical fuckards says:

      Not sure. I know he had 2 flats in Bristol

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    • 138
      domino says:

      If he had been arrested in the US, he would have been mighty confused when they read him his “Miranda” warning.

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    • 139
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Should have been done – but some of the MET boys ‘n bosses – hold the knowledge of it all over him – then they got their pay back … the Entrap ‘n blackmail game. And you can bet your bottom dollar the homo’s at the MET have the evidence secreted away too – for their own purposes.

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  27. 92
    History lesson says:

    It would’ve been a good idea if the Americans hadn’t installed Saddam in Iraq in the first place, just as it would’ve been a good idea if the Americans hadn’t deposed the democratically elected Mossadeq government and installed the royal dictatorship in its place, without which there’d never been the revolution and the wretched Khomeini regime that it spawned.

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    • 154
      Sargon says:

      I blame the Hittites.

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      • 226
        Le pont d'Avignon says:

        Nah, it was the idiot Frogs who let him go back to Iran after the Shah was chucked out – and now a few years later La Belle France is being overrun with them. Effin politicians should all be strung up on the Eiffel Tower.

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    • 286
      jgm2 says:

      Nah. It all stems back to Suez. The yanks determined to wrest control of the oil from the UK and France by sucking up to the arab nationalists.

      Don’t ever confuse the US for your friends.

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    Hi girls! says:

    During one visit to his then-friend Gaddafi, St Tony saw a scared huddle of 15 year old girls outside Gaddafi’s tent, one of whom later said they were the Libyan dictator’s underage sex slaves. On seeing the girls, St Tony’s reaction was to just say “Hi girls!” That’s our Tony, the globetrotting, mass murdering, psychopathic gangster and silent witness to p*edophilia and r*pe.

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  29. 97
    Labour cunts says:

    That fat fuck Mike Gapes is full of shit. For what he claims to be true, it would mean Saddam was annually slaughtering millions of people. He was a bastard and a butcher but Gapes is just trying to whitewash history with apologetics.

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  30. 103
    They shoot children don't they? says:

    British MP and Activists Join #BringBackOurBoys Campaign for Israeli Teenagers

    http://news.sky.com/story/1282537/blair-denies-iraq-violence-result-of-2003-war

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  31. 104

    Vote UKIP :-)

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  32. 106
    Blair deserves to die slowly and painfully says:

    Blair deserves the Human Centipede treatment.

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    • 121
      Derry Irving is another one needing looked at says:

      When he couples with slotgob the effect is the same.

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  33. 108
    Lefties are hypocritical fuckards says:

    Its one of those oddities of left wing hypocritical life that when Ashcroft polls shows a close comparison between Labour and Tory the blog is full of Tory fix. Right wing Ashcroft etc etc.
    However now the separation is 6 % not a peep about fixing of polls and Ashcroft being a right wing toad. The polls are accepted by the leftie hypocrites as absolute fact not only not worthy of further comment not worthy of Ny comment.

    http://www1.politicalbetting.com/index.php/archives/2014/06/16/this-weeks-ashcroft-phone-poll-sees-lab-move-to-6/

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    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

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    • 124
      Just put the kettle on says:

      Ed who?

      The mong is so insignificant even his greatest fans could only offer the plaudit of ‘clever’.

      Really, Polly, stop sucking. Dead man walking.

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    • 246
      Vlad the Loudhailer says:

      Vote Labour “Poverty for All”

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  35. 116
    Anonymous says:

    #TaxPayerTheft #ThievingScum #LabourPartyThieves

    Raffling tax payer subsidised Booze to raise money for the Labour Party,again!

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  36. 117
    Legs says:

    Rachel Riley in a mini skirt on BBC2 right now is worth the licence fee.

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  37. 119

    Jeremy Corbyn and Tony Blair shared something, I seem to remember.

    Was it a flat? Was it an office? Was it a wife? Can anyone enlighten me? Maybe it was a permutation or combination of the above?

    It leaves me wondering, would it have been better if Corbyn had become leader of the Labour party and Blair had become a nonentity?

    Would they both have still become equally disillusioned and reviled?

    Questions, Answers, Answers, Questions.

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  38. 123
    Tony Blair says:

    Life is cheap, well other peoples.

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    Stop the world... says:

    Bizarrely, one gains the impression, bliar is actually enjoying the total hell that is !raq. Quite unsettling.

    In other news, his mate the Po’pe, tells the UK to ship in more immigrants.

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  41. 133
    Gordon Brown PM says:

    Now, my beloved Raith Rovers, now there’s a proper fitba team

    Woof! Woof!

    Meow!

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  42. 135
    cheche says:

    Newsnight Is going to tell us how Isis arent massacring any one and that Christian schools breed anti feminists.

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  43. 136
    Bill de Burgh says:

    Bomb Syria? Bomb Iraq? Bomb Syria? Bomb Iraq?
    Blair Which Project.

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    • 141
      domino says:

      +1 Trillion (Euros)…or 7p in real money.

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    • 145
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Funny how the whole situation comes about just a few weeks after the bbuggher meeting and then they give bliar the gig – to push for the bom.bing …

      It’s almost as if it’s a ‘problem, reaction, solution’ boring old scenario of the Common Purpose kinda like … thing…

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  44. 143

    If the Labour Party had enjoyed the same solidarity as those here, of all persuasions, who have valiantly stuck out against the Like this button, then they could still be winners.

    I mean no disrespect to those who have used it, especially on my comments :-) . It is simply that we already have ways of indicating our agreement or, for that matter, our disagreement.

    (No alcohol was abused in the making of this comment)

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    • 149
      Stop the world... says:

      The room is one of the last bastions of intelligent debate. It’s true.

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    • 150
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Always happy to chew over disagreements with you SC. But agree with you on the like this button.

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    • 153
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      If only the likes of you and i could get all these political numbskulls into one room – i dare we could knock some sense into them while kicking the fucking hidden agendas out of them.

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      Bob cuntface Crow says:

      Like this.

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  45. 147
    before the war comes weapons says:

    Who’s been selling the guns and bulletts and much much more else?

    France, Russia
    Chinese
    Americans, Brits,Canadians
    Germans, Czech
    Israel
    or someone else (any answer)

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  46. 156
    The British media are cunts says:

    Hey Katz you BBC lefty mong, to try to pretend that religious Christian schools are as evil as the Muslim nut job ones is total shite even by your gay boy lefty standards.

    When Christian schools teach beheadings or bombings of non belivers you might have a point, but until then stick to facts you lefty shit bag twat.

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    • 162
      cheche says:

      Its was one of the worst programmes. Lots to talk about and the way they did it and the people they interviewed – it was just dreadful.

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    • 166
      Oy! says:

      Think you will find that Katz and his tribe have hated Christians since….well, since Christ.

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    • 168
      cheche says:

      Sorry I forgot. Its difficult for the BBC because if you talk about Iran you might have to say that some people are not very nice and the same for Kenya, so I suppose they feel happier talking about schools. And next the discovery that the moon isnt made of cheese

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    • 182
      Fishy says:

      I suppose someone at the BBC had to start the fightback after two weeks of negative stories and their insistence that the Trojan Horse letter being a hoax was found to be a BBC lie.

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      • 213
        A Nonny says:

        Weren’t there 200 letters?

        All I’ve heard on the radio is the “hoax” line.

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        • 331
          Bob cuntface Crow says:

          Well if it is a hoax and unfounded im sure the school board,head teachers etc would welcome unannounced spot checks to prove this so.

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  47. 158
    International J'ewry says:

    Another libertarian anarchist J’ew, Saatchi, espousing the virtues of “freedom” and deregulation on NN tonight.

    Now I just wonder which group would benefit most from that?

    The cheeky fuck even had the temeritry to give Paxo an original copy of Hayek’s “The Road to Serfdom”, yet another J’ewish anarchist.

    Their chutzpah really does make them think (know?) that they are a cut above the rest.

    They appoint the useful idiot LibLabCon frontmen, but pull the levers from behind.

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  48. 159
    Dave Funds Terrorism says:

    A Guardian reporter who has been investigating the finances of Isis gave an interview on the world Tonight.

    They are far richer and much more organised than Western intelligence realised. most of their money coming from them seizing the Syrian oil fields and selling the oil.

    No one mentioned that it was Cameron’s intention to make them even richer though and logically even more powerful

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  49. 160
    Exasperated says:

    Now Paxo doesn’t believe in evolution.

    Good grief!

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    • 161
      It's only a Theory says:

      Neither do many scientists.

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      • 169
        Richard Dawkins says:

        Then they are not scientists but fantacists.

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      • 240
        Mycroft says:

        As RD said, that means they are not Scientists.

        It has the coveted title of ‘Theory’ meaning it accords with observation.

        That differs from ‘Hypothesis’ as that needs no observable concord.

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        • 311
          Once proposed it ceased to exist says:

          That’s just it. Ever since the theory was proposed, natural evolution has never been seen to occur.

          We can see bacterium mutating but that is not evolution, we can breed varieties of plants or genetically modify life forms but that too is not evolution.

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          • Mycroft says:

            Sorry, that’s just plain wrong.

            The hypothesis was proposed and evidence sought, evidence has been found, it has been found for over a century.

            Even before we discovered DNA we realised that almost all species are transitional species, we are in transition ourselves.

            When the DNA was broken down and revealed to us, that was confirmed, exactly as we had been saying for almost 100 years.

            So you are wrong in every important aspect.

            Not understanding this simple aspect of ‘Darwinism’ is what leads to so many people making fools of themselves, stop it right now, you are not a fool, you can read and write, type ‘Transitional Species’ into a search engine, dig a bit, read a bit, come back from that exercise both smarter and well informed.

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  50. 164
    Exasperated says:

    FFS……Toynbee on the BBC AGAIN!

    Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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    • 170
      Nice to see You, To see You nice. says:

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    • 174
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      You will only have yourself and a heart attack to blame, if you turn on to the BBC News or Sky News and expect unbiased and honest information allowing you to make your own mind up on the news items.

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      • 232
        Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

        Aha Albert !!!! Now you have let their secret out of the bag!!

        The only reason they have this interminable queue of Injun, African and Caribbean news readers is that it is impossible to tell when they are blushing with sheer embarrassment at the shit they know they are spouting.

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      • 325
        fhip says:

        Listened to Ed Conway on sky murnaghan this morning regarding inflation figures. He immediately changed the subject of good news and went negative with a cost of living crisis mentioned. He appeared to be reading a rushed out script from Labour.
        Sky is increasingly becoming as left wing as the BBC.

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  51. 165
    Harperson Double Speak says:

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      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      The Sun will roast Labour at the next election !

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    • 188
      Fishy says:

      That’s our Harriet. Thick as pig shit.

      And 35% of the electorate will vote for these pillocks.

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    • 297
      jgm2 says:

      That’s her position on Iraq too.

      ‘We were right to invade Iraq. And right to apologize for invading Iraq.’

      An utter fucking gob-shite. Thick as a ditch.

      If her parents hadn’t been rich she’d have ended up a single mother in a council flat giving blow-jobs for cigarettes.

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  52. 175
    Labour Cheerleader Pisses on Ed's new cunning plan says:

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    • 193
      Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

      Pluck the funds from our orchard of Money Trees.

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    • 234
      Fred the pensioner says:

      That comes under the heading of what we employers term “No pay leave”. Not difficult. No work no pay. What’s so hard to understand?

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      • 318
        Durrr says:

        Because it says they will have to be paid for the month off. What’s so hard to understand?

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        • 323
          Fred the pensioner says:

          So in that case it becomes a tax deductible expense element in the accounts – if employers generously agree to hold their jobs open awaiting their eventual return..

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  53. 176
    Hope says:

    D-Day veteran Bernard Jordan ‘overwhelmed’ after receiving 2,500 birthday cards

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/history/10903371/D-Day-veteran-Bernard-Jordan-overwhelmed-after-receiving-2500-birthday-cards.html

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  54. 177
    Forget the Austerity, there is an election coming says:

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    • 179
      The nanny state is back and the taxpayer is paying says:

      Err…Isn’t that supposed to be the parent’s responsibility?

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    • 183
      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      Not the rancid crates festering in the corner of the classroom until break time by which time it becomes warm and nauseating as many of us will remember from the 1950s?

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      • 191
        WoRaft Chihuahua says:

        Grr… have they forgotten that milk does not appear by magic? In order to handle milk safely you need the following:

        1) A bottling and distribution system, including coolers at the school to hold the milk until it can be handed out. (I do not know if small cartons of milk are available any more. Does anybody know how long it would take to set up a line capable of distributing across the country?)

        2) There has to be an alternative for the non-milk drinkers and teachers have to supervise it to make sure that nobody with an intolerance is inappropriately exposed to lactose. Is lactose not a sugar? Does milk not have calories? The table I checked gave broadly similar calorific values for milk and orange juice. However, stuffed children feeling icky and refusing to move round at breaktime are probably going to be less healthy than those who have a drink of water and play tag in the play ground.

        3) There will then be the big arguments with the children who find milk yukkily vomitous, and who refuse to drink it. A fair amount will get binned because it is unpleasant. Or we could try bullying them in to drinking it, but I think that might upset Child Line.

        4) It is inconvenient to drink milk in the classrooms because of spillage and – if in glass – breakage. Food normally needs to be consumed in dining areas.

        5) There will be an instant increase in the discarded packaging unless there is a bottle collection and refill service. See (1) You then have to have somewhere to put the empty bottles so the lorry can get at them.

        6) Somebody will start asking if this is British milk or French milk.

        Do these people never think anything through? It might – might – be feasible to offer each child a small pot of dairy product, such as little fromage frais, but even then you have to be able to wash hundreds of thousands of spoons or be prepared to dramatically increase the waste

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        • 196
          There's always one. says:

          How did we all survive before people like you came on the scene?

          Very well actually

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        • 208
          Gordon Bennett says:

          There a lot of contenders for “most idiotic post of the previous 12 months” on this website, but it has to be said this must be the winner by a mile.

          This isn’t the bleedin 1950s. Coolbags will keep the milk cool enough. There are plenty of alternatives to cows milk. No one needs to bully children into drinking something they don’t want.

          The point is that milk is highly nutritious compared with fruit juice and fizzy drinks and children should be encouraged to drink it regularly.

          And yes of course it should be British milk. French milk doesn’t taste anything like British milk.

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          • Flaming Torches R Us says:

            Gordon mate, you need to visit more regularly!

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          • Oldie says:

            I’m old enough to have received free school milk back in the day. It came in cardboard cartons stacked outside the school office. Thrown on the road
            or against a wall, the carton burst and decorated the target with a pleasing
            explosion of whiteness. I can’t begin to count how many cartons met their end in this way. Our cavalier attitude to this state funded bounty caused us all, including me, to die of malnutrition by 1980. Thus we were never to hear the Left’s cry of ‘Fatcha, Fatcha milk bomb snatcher’.

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      • 192
        Stinky stinky says:

        The worst was when it came in frozen and the teachers would stack it on the radiators to thaw out, it was tasted rancid and stunk to high heaven. Once experienced never forgotten.

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        • 235
          Fred the pensioner says:

          Ah, the good old days… But people seem to forget that the idea of giving the kids a small bottle of milk was to ensure they got a bit of solid nourishment. Just after the war there was severe rationing in place and the mid morning drink was very welcome to most of us kids – despite the odd bottle going off now and then which was regarded as merely ‘sod it, just one of those things’. We also used to share each others 11am sandwiches or toast which we took to school to keep us going until lunch time. I also recall we were given a large tablespoon of malt too for those who wanted it. Again all done for health rather than charity reasons.

          Have things really changed so much?

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      • 194
        One of Thatcher's children says:

        Too bloody right I remember; not allowed out at breaktime until you had drank every last drop. Now in my 50s I still cannot drink milk, nor take it in tea or coffee. Maggie stopped that – she is my hero.

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        • 209
          Gordon Bennett says:

          On that basis we ought to ban all foods that a children has objected to at one time or another.

          My recollection of school is that the vast majority of children drank the milk with alacrity and great pleasure – exemplified by the satisfied burps that followed.

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    • 245
      Mycroft says:

      This is a good thing to do.

      It might have escaped some people’s notice that the generation of those who did have a daily 1/3 are taller, stronger and fitter than all the previous generations and all the subsequent ones. I am in my 50s and 6ft 3ins, still weigh 12 1/2 stone (as I did when aged 15) and my sons are the same size (they were given the same ‘dose’ of daily milk all their first 12 years) both are generally taller and fitter than their peers, just as I am, just as all my friends from that time who seem to be like me, a very very young bunch of 50+ men.

      I have visited my Dr. twice in 35 years.

      Milk gives a human a strong frame and a strong gut, two the most vital attributes for a long and good life.

      It is buying a cheaper future.

      To oppose it is stupid and the remit of the finely tuned moron.

      My neighbours are all 15 to 30 years younger than me, all are shorter, fatter and seem to be plagued with illnesses every winter.

      It is quite easy to promote a weak and enfeebled lower order, give them a crap start in life… that’ll do nicely.

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      • 307
        Anonymous says:

        Tend to agree. I seem to be a lot healthier and fitter (not the same thing) than those I know 20 or more years younger. Haven’t seen the doctor for 20 years now although his surgery keeps on inviting me in for this test or the other which no doubt are in the interests of their cash flow rather than my health.

        Where we were let down though was at the dentists who were trigger happy with the drill, those belt driven ones that vibrated anything loose such as eyeballs from their sockets.

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    • 257

      Some of our ethnic friends have a problem digesting lactose.

      Black kids for example may be affected – not sure effect on mixed race, but may be 50-50.

      H’indu’s may also object as there are some aspects of the way milk is produced in the UK which give them basis for rejecting it.

      Bad policy, a waste of money, and a shoddy election gimmick. Parents should be choosing what their kids consume at school, not government.

      Vote UKIP :-D

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      • 303
        jgm2 says:

        It also hands the bedwetters the ammunition of ‘If it was such a good idea then why did FATCHA stop it?’

        Somehow though I suspect that it is intense lobbying from the NFU and rich dairy farmers that has engendered this sudden urge to bring back milk.

        Either that or it is the genuine realisation of how malnourished Labour voter’s kids are no matter how much benefit money, free housing, free healthcare and free education you lavish upon them.

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      • 309
        Man up and stop being so negative says:

        Why should a nation go without because a few immigrants may encounter a known and easy to avoid problem.

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    Vote UKIP :-D

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  56. 187
    The British media are cunts says:

    Toilets Maguire spouting his usual lies over immigration. That they pay more in taxes than they claim in benefits.

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    • 189
      Lies, Damned lies & Labour statistics says:

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    • 190
      The Loony Left says:

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    • 215
      Sandi Toksvig OBE says:

      Does Toilets do every “What the Papers Say” on Radio 4, or only all the ones I’ve heard?

      It makes for a well-balanced selection.

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      • 236
        Fred the pensioner says:

        Sandi, beware you are teetering dangerously on the edge. If you go one degree or a half step further to the left you will fall off the edge into the abyss. Motormouth McGuire is on Sky once a week alongside that wimpy editor of the Mail who allows himself to be shouted over every time no matter what the subject. I gave up watch the press reviews some time ago as the sofas seem to be permanently inhabited by lefty brainless empty headed females or thick never-heard-of-them wannabees.

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    • 251
      Bailiwick says:

      I don’t care how much tax the b**stards pay. I just want them out of my shed.

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  57. 197
    Maelstrom says:

    Political class ignore strength of feeling on immigration ‘at their peril’

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/immigration/10904177/Political-class-ignore-strength-of-feeling-on-immigration-at-their-peril.html

    “Politicians have contributed to a rise in anti-immigrant sentiment because of a widening “disconnect” between the “liberal political class” and public opinion, the UK’s most authoritative barometer of public opinion suggests.
    Almost half the population now believes that a decade of mass migration has not only harmed the economy but undermined “British culture”, the annual British Social Attitudes survey shows.”

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    • 201
      Diane Fatbott says:

      You know what I’m going to scream now, don’t you ??

      WWWWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACCCCCCCCIIIIIISSSTTTT !!

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    • 210
      Gordon Bennett says:

      But how to explain the headline the Telegraph gave this story? Suggests quite the opposite.

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    • 248
      A laughing dago says:

      You clearly want be a happy bunny until Hague is hanging from a giblet.

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      • 306
        jgm2 says:

        Gibbet. A ‘giblet’ is the bits and pieces they used to stuff inside the cavity of a store-bought chicken.

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    • 258
      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      Strength of feeling is an understatement for the visceral hatred for those who have turned vast areas of our once clean, thriving cities into disgusting third world toilets !!

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      • 308
        jgm2 says:

        In all fairness the natives had done a fine job of turning vast areas of our once clean, thriving cities into disgusting third world toilets long before the professional third-worlders arrived.

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    • 261
      White rabbit says:

      It’s only that politicians have failed to explain the message properly.
      We’ll understand sooner or later.

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  58. 211
    And they died so that Europe could be ruled by an unelected Elite? says:

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    • 216
      Sandi Toksvig OBE says:

      Europe is a continent.
      The EU is a project.

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      • 220
        Burn the Lisbon Treaty NOW says:
        
        
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            F      U   U  C    C  K  K        T    H   H  E
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        • 224
          albacore says:

          Before jumping the E U, it might be an idea
          Maybe to have a word or two in Do Nowt Dave’s ear
          But then again it’s for sure you’d be wasting your breath
          Our unswerving Parliament will cling on to grim death
          To the sole sacred principle it truly holds dear:
          Screw the bloody British, it’s immigrants they want here

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          • Flaming Torches R Us says:

            Albert’s chainsaw sharpeners has just been on to confirm that his warehouse is now full to the rafters of freshly sharpened equipment. Somebody else is dealing with the pitchforks and my supplies will last at least 8 months.

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        • 256
          A laughing dago says:

          If you have ever taken the trouble to read the Treatry of Lisbon you would realise it has been dead in the water for years.

          The bits about economic growth and prosperity are real howlers.

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        • 313
          Z# says:

          Yes, iot’s the EU who are the enemies, not the Politicians.
          You thick Mongs.

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    • 255
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      Vote EU, oh!, I was forgetting, nobody has… wasn’t he in Are You Being Served?.

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    • 275
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      What a load of bollocks, we are not at peace and solidarity is just a wet dream in his underkecks, cooperation, we are supposed to do as we are told by an unelected dictatorship, Europe will end up in war, sooner if not later as people in other countries realise the EU is just to keep the populations suppressed, 1984 is here it’s called the EU.

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    • 293
      Fighting for the British establishment gets your decendants ethnically replaced says:

      All those lives thrown away for a political class that regarded them at the time, and their descendants now, as little better than something they stepped in.

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  59. 242
    A laughing dago says:

    So it looks as if David Cameron is going to be hung out to dry by Merkel over Junker.

    Really you English are pig thick. You send Cameron to your best university, you give him a first class degree, make him your Prime Minister and the fat bugger can’t negotiate his way out of a paper bag.

    What a laugh.

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    • 247
      Fred the pensioner says:

      Dear Dago,

      Lots of us fully agree with you so can you please firmly instruct Rumpy and his pals to kick us out of the club without further delay?

      There’s a good fellow.

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    • 268
      nell says:

      I hope she does put juncker in charge – if we get that 2017 in/out referendum even more of us will vote for out – has to be good for Britain!

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      • 283
        Le pont d'Avignon says:

        But Nell, under the forthcoming consolidation of EU powers known as Qualified Majority Voting (due in November this year), any referendum will be declared invalid, so Cameron is just having a laugh and (thinks he is) fooling the masses.

        The real revolution is approaching faster then he seems to think.

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        • 300
          nell says:

          The eu is virtually b a n k r u p t . It will eventually implode because it is economically unviable. The big question is will I live to see it happen? I do hope so.

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  60. 253
    Rob Roy says:

    The Daily Mail gives us yet another reason for voting for Scottish Independence and ridding us of the Westminster nanny state.

    A free Scotland means a free England.

    A yes vote is a vote for change.

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    • 272
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      Please, please vote YES, we being English and part of this Union are not allowed to have our say on Scottish Independence, democracy and human rights, we English don’t have any, Britishness and Britain they’re having a larf at our expense.

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    • 332
      Bob cuntface Crow says:

      Scotland,just fuck off and take Wales with you.

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  61. 254
    A laughing dago says:

    Oh thank you so much Mr Cameron for your free bottle of milk provided at an exceptionally reasonable price by your friends up the road with that nice dairy farm.

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    • 262
      @hateliebour says:

      One step forward two steps back, make your fkin mind up, do the kids get the milk back or do you just call Camoron names, milk comes from farms around the country and is contracted by the dairies at least a year ahead to make sure of continuous supplies

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  62. 259
    Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

    Just turned on to Sky and they had some environment minister on interviewing him about the Somerset levels, the tosser reminded me of a jelly that had just come out of the fridge, the interview started cold and hard and like a jelly warmed up and if you had it in your hand you could watch it slipping and sliding and trying to keep it in your hand as the interview went on, can’t any politician say anything without a lawyer and a speech writer being present these days, I thought when Camorons Conservatives got in we would have change, big mistake, well 2015 not far away.

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  63. 260
    Bingley says:

    Ditch levy on small firms, says Lord Saatchi http://dailym.ai/1i6nGiB via @MailOnline

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    • 271
      An Englishman's home is his castle says:

      They’d better not even think about slapping a levy on moats.

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    • 274
      Nigella says:

      Free my tits I say

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    • 288
      Le pont d'Avignon says:

      The entry above from Albert was about farms – so still thinking along those lines, I read Ditch levy on small farms.

      That led me to wonder whether that head line meant add a levy on small farms or remove such a levy. Then I read the article and all became clear.

      I need another cup of coffee…

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  64. 263
    nell says:

    Hague has been a far better Foreign Secretary than the previous two davemilitwit and +++shudder+++ margaretbecket but if he thinks there is a chance of unity across the ar ab world he is very much mistaken. What we are seeing is an outbreak of a 1400 year old feud between the rival i s l a m i c factions of s h i a and s u n n i. They haven’t managed to reconcile their differences in 14 centuries so their not likely to do it now.

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  65. 267
    Boot out the Conservative led coalition in 2015 says:

    Banks bring country to knees force austerity+wholesale privatisation wages cut,pensions slashed,benefits demolished,pay more nothing back.

    Enough is enough.

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    • 270
      nell says:

      Certainly hope the coalition is over by 2015 – we want a proper tory government after that.

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      • 277

        Labour never did get it.
        The LibDems don’t get it.
        The Tories don’t get it.

        LibLabCon may sound flip but there is a huge amount of truth about it. Take away their rosettes and they are indistinguishable. Tribal certainly. Fundamentally different no.

        Your chances of getting what you call a proper Tory government are as remote as your being able to unmix that cup of tea you just made. Turning it back into tea leaves, milk, sugar and water.

        It simply cannot be done. Sorry, but that is how it is.

        Vote UKIP :-D

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        • 305
          nell says:

          Sorry SC but I don’t think ukip will get enough seats in the HoC to form a government although I do hope they get more seats than the libdems. So thinking that we shall have to vote for the best of a bad job and that will have to be the tories. I cannot imagine militwit and balls in no10 and no11 and another 13 years of the labour terror. That is more than we should have to bear.

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      • 285
        Socialism is theft says:

        Not with Dave in charge you won’t. The man who couldn’t fight his way out of a paper bag.

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        Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

        Sorry Nell, Conservatives are just like old Labour, they don’t exist, they were absorbed by the EU and the new versions Liebour and Camorons Conservatives are just rumpy pumpys clones and are just sides of the LibLabCon triangle.

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    Big D says:

    We no longer have a foreign policy , only Cameron and Hague , despair.
    What will these two do when the caliphate mad men are actually banging on their doors ( not some poor sods in Bradford, Luton, Birmingham etc )
    They have no plan to deal with the creatures here in our midst never mind the Middle East , double despair.

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      OUT DAVE OUT DAVE OUT DAVE OUT DAVE OUT says:

      The absolute top priority is to stop any more net immigration whatsoever. Next priority should be to ship any of the fuckers that are already here and who commit a criminal offence straight back to whichever shithole they came from. Tell Europe and the ConLibLab bleeding hearts human rights brigade to fuck off.

      It won’t happen of course, because the gutless bumsex Camercnut is in “power”

      Perhaps Priority 1 should be to get him out instead.

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    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

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    nell says:

    Where is bliar? He created the vacuum with his illegal war that a l q a e d a are now filling and all he can do is say ‘ it’s not my fault – don’t blame me’

    It’s time chilcot published and exposed bliar for the war criminal that he is. And if he can’t be charged by the Court on the Hague then Parliament here should do the job instead – they have the power to impeach if they choose to use it.

    And when are they going to remove him from that ridiculous empty position, for which he’s being paid huge sums of money as middle e a s t p e a c e envoy?

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    Dave and Willy says:

    We will be announcing our next foreign policy initiatives after Sam and Fffffffffion have discussed the situation over tea and digestives. Watch this space!

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    Pvt.Hudson says:

    ‘Right, right. Somebody said bilateral relations, Hague thought they said “bi relations” and signed up.’

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    Anonymous says:

    “kill off the ideology and the people who are propagating it”
    Err…Small problemette I see, in the logic. More of this planet’s humans are running on ideology than are running on oil. Essentially all of them, without exception. What we needs must do is demonstrate, though questioning the associated illusion, that what we believe to be reality is merely a unique untested rendition of the real thing. They have to be, since they are all subtly, and not so subtly, different from each other.

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“Well, then he’s gonna pay on December 2nd”



Mycroft says:

Have you read the last bit of Animal Farm?

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

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

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

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

You were no firebrand, you were a damp squib in my opinion, sorry.

You need a damned good kick up the ahse!


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