June 19th, 2014

The People of Portsmouth Have Spoken


  1. 1
    the mystical mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    Did Typography go to Portsmouth to die ?


    • 5
      the mystical mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

      It’s really encompassing a lot that image from a design aspect. You can tell a lot from a country from the look of its printed material. I used to be ashamed of the timidity of English, lack of bold statement, not wanting to be too expressive. There is a strength in mundane but we should really be a bit more French in expressiveness I think to be happy. Not that I want to encourage French in anyway of course.
      Anyway it is all of an irrelevance anyway as the country is besieged by people who have no idea about us.

      Liked by 1 person

      • 10
        And the libDems brazened it out to the end says:

        They wouldn’t have it though, would they?

        Even when they knew Hancock could not get away with it, the libDems nationally and on Pompey council did everything in their power to stop that poor woman getting justice and Hancock his just deserts.

        Horrible people.

        Liked by 2 people

      • 13
        Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

        Mr Mystic – could not agree more with you. Far too much mealy-mouthed shit all over the press, tv, and to a lesser extent the blogosphere.

        People should say what they fucking mean instead of hiding behind “niceties”. Then we might start getting somewhere towards getting our country back from those who have stolen it from is. Remember Nobody has the right not to be offended – so get in there with both feet! Tell it like is actually is!

        Oh, and PS – should I now add the now compulsory “Vote UKIP”?

        Liked by 1 person

        • 17
          Genghiz the kahn says:


          Fuck Off And Resign.


        • 22
          He's playing he Moran defence of being 'ill' says:

          Hamshire Constabulary now have a clear case of ‘Misconduct in public office ‘ a criminal offence. It is their sworn duty to act on this incontravertible evidence.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Off the square, funny handshake and it's all for CHARRIDY! says:

            I wouldn’t hold your breath, as there are all-plod lodges in Pompey.


          • Handycock, sexual abuser of vulnerable Constituent, MP says:

            Hampshire Constabulary will do nothing, they know that I am a Brother of long standing and they are the second most masonic police force in the country. I would not have apologised but all my avenues of escape were closed down by that bitches’ Lawyer. I will never stand down as an MP,so long as I am being paid. What does it matter what the people of Portsmouth think, what matters is me. The fact that I perverted the course of justice by making a false statement to the police, am guilty of abuse of power, and sexual offences, all of which are criminal offences is irrelevant. The Brotherhood will continue to protect me. Boaz.


          • Chief Constable, Hampshire Constabulary says:

            Jahbulon Handy.


          • Grand Master, Grand Lodge, Great Queen Street says:

            Jachin Handy. Sorry I was unable to fix the Judge for you. I hope this does not mean that I will not now be getting a villa in Spain, just like yours, from your boys. Anyway, I hope you have and are still enjoying your extended holiday there. Boaz.


          • Tom Catesby. says:

            The sort of action that should naturally follow in the Handcock case, will of course, depend upon view their, ‘sworn duty’ and the conduct of that duty. I not hold my breath then.


    • 46
      Is it Massonic? says:

      There seems to ne a cloak of shame on everyone involved and their attempts to cover this up.

      The POLICE
      Portsmouth City Council LibDems
      The Portsmouth News
      The Liberal Democratic Party
      Nick Clegg
      Westminster MPs of all parties
      The Lawyers
      The press
      The Judiciary

      How did Hancock gain such power and what hold does he have over all of them?


      • 79
        A widows son travelling from the West.. says:

        The craft has great power.


      • 87
        Brother Handycock says:

        It is called the Brotherhood, and the Lodge that I am the worshipful Grand Master of in Portsmouth Civic Offices, appropriately called ‘The Libertine Lodge.’ All the local worthies, police, organised crime bosses, senior council officers, Editor of the News etc are all brothers, I have made sure of that. On a wider scale I have made sure that I am also a member of many other Lodges, that as a dignified MP, I have been ivited to join – Grand Lodge, Parliamentary Lodge, many police Lodges, Phoenix Lodge Portsmouth and many other prestigious Lodges. This is entiirely the secret of my success, because, lets face it, I have nothing else going for me. Boaz.


    • 69
      Anonymous says:

      Now’s the time to say goodbye, cocky, goobye, goodbye,
      Now’s the time to yield a cheersigh, yield it, yield it,
      my I can feel a song coimg on,

      You will not know what to do with self now Geedes, when Cocky has gone


    • 76
      The Growler says:

      Now’s the time to say goodbye Cocky, goodbye, good bye,
      Now is the time to raise a cheer,
      I feel a song coming on

      When he is gone you will not know what to do with your self geedes, he has been in your sights for years, you might have have watch out for a Masonic revenge, especially if you go down to Plymouth.


      • 80
        A widows son travelling from the West.. says:

        Yes, Geedes. We have great power as well you know.


        • 101
          The Growler says:

          Their tenticles are spread far and wide, your chances Geedes of becoming a member are now nil, prepare to be “black balled” you have persistantly attacked a brother Mason, namely one brother Handcock, their power even stretches as far as the depths of the Vatican called the P2.
          Anyway Fawkesy, well done, but careful, very careful.


          • Chief Executive and City Solicitor, Portsmouth City Council says:

            Jahbulon Handy.


          • bergen says:

            Portsmouth must be an odd place because the influence of the masons isn’t anything like it used to be in most places. 30 years ago I worked in an organisation where the lodge was effectively a shadow administration but those days are long gone. My old Dad sensibly warned me never to join.


          • Grand Master, Grand Lodge, Great Queen Street says:

            That is what we want you think dear bergen. Boaz.


  2. 2
    Noble Savage says:

    When The News speaks, Westminster quakes.


    • 50
      Frustrated Pompey Constituent says:

      It would be really nice if the Portsmouth News did print a front page headline like this instead of covering up for this criminal all the time. Handy is no fool, he has brought everyone of influence in to his masonic Lodge – Editor of the News, Senior Police, Chief Executive and Monitoring Officer Portsmouth City Council, Handy’s boys – the millionaire drug dealers who he has made rich housing asylum seekers he has brought in to the city. They have all been protecting him and will continue to, they have no choice, Handy could bring them all down and they know he will if they withdraw their support. Someone said that Portsmouth is like Chicago in the 1930;s, well it is worse, the corruption here, spread by the evil Handy, permeates everything.


      • 57
        Puzzled says:

        and did any of those people cited vote for him?


      • 121
        Another Frustrated Constituent says:

        Let us not forget that the investigation into Hancock by Nigel Pascoe QC and the second one by another QC, because the local Liberal Democrats did not like Pascoe’s report, cost the Portsmouth Council Tax payer more than £60,000. Hancock refused to give evidence to Pascoe because it ‘might prejudice the pending High Court case where I intend to defend my innocence vigorously.’ As a result of these manoeuverings, cover ups and political chicanery Portsmouth City Council must now seek to recover this money from Hancock personally as everything he said and did was a lie.


  3. 3
    Lard Everard - Giant Cockroach says:

    Liberal Democrats: more difficult to shift than Japanese Knotweed.


    • 8
      Lord Oakshit says:


      • 18
        Gerry Mandering says:

        Leaving aside the issue that Gove has arguments with everyone – why fake it – would you actually want Gove as head of the party or even PM. The guy is certifiable.

        Which bring me back to the issue of 8 very important letters “Vote UKIP” or even “Stop Gove”


        • 24
          Jeffrey Bernard says:

          Surely you mean “Vote UKIP get Milibandwagon”


          • Don't Give A SHIT about UKRAP, LieBore or the Limp Dumbs says:

            Too true. Out of Europe Nige… The one stop, one argument, one policy power mongrel.


          • Fred the pensioner says:

            Wake up dear boy. Once Nige gets us out from under the EU thumb, we will be able to decide our own future all by our little old selves – just like we used to before that cvnt Heath betrayed us in the first place.


    • 82
      Gardeners question time says:

      Best way to deal with it, pull it up and burn it then bury the ashes in a deep whole. Then lime the area, liberally.


  4. 4
    Rotherhampoofta says:



  5. 6

    They’re right. The ConDem government must do the honourable thing.


    • 34
      Don't Give A SHIT about UKRAP, LieBore or the Limp Dumbs says:

      Labour and honour goes together like Blair and honesty.

      You can do better than that young James.


    • 56
      Handycock's half whore says:

      Honorable thing? Like put Miliband out of his misery?


    • 135
      Anonymous says:

      Dear Jimmy

      Why do you insist on proving to us several times a day that you’re a twat?


  6. 7
    Tachybaptus says:

    Bunnies can and will sail to France for just £11.50.


  7. 9
    Viperous Old Vince says:

    I have never heard of Mike Handoncock.


  8. 11
    Is Chuka about to come out? says:


  9. 12
  10. 16
    lib dem insider up London way says:

    Gerald Vernon-Jackson apparently, according to himself, knew nothing about Hancock, ever.

    Inconveniently however for Gerald, the Liberal Democrat Party federal executive are likely to recall him whingeing to them back in January about how they all had to get rid of Hancock.

    Funny that.


    • 43
      Gerald's Husband says:

      Leave Gerald alone. We have only just got married. Not so long ago he was a shoe in for Handy’s safe seat and we were looking forward to living well off the taxpayer, travelling abroad on the taxpayer and fiddling our taxpayer paid expenses. Now it looks like Gerald will soon be applying for a job in KFC.


  11. 20
    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    I knew nothing.

    I was in the same political party as this man for many years and never heard any rumours.

    No one ever made any allegations about him in my presence whilst i was conducting political business.

    This whole business comes as a complete and utter shock.

    If i had ever known of course i would have done something.

    I am deeply shocked and saddened.


    • 93
      Tom Catesby says:

      Is that you Vince?


      • 119
        Chris Huhne says:

        Yes, I am shocked too. This comes completely out of the blue. People do terrible things and then just lie and twist to cover up. We should all love one another and then the world would be nice. The Liberal Democrats are of course the party of love, compassion and honest dealing. You can depend on us.


  12. 25
    Nick Clegg, Cockroach-in-Chief, Pervs Я Us says:

    Now is the time for all good LibDems to come to the aid of the party.


    Oh !


  13. 26
    an awkward bastard says:

    ” Time to go ” ?

    Goi to jail.


  14. 27
    Inspired Party Cull says:

    A message to all LibDems everywhere : TIME TO GO


  15. 29
    Ces parkinson says:

    How many other people like this man are there in public life today.


    • 55
      Nick Clegg says:

      Many, mostly members of the Liberal Democrat Party, where Handy has been an inspirational example to us all for years.


  16. 32
    Hoots! It's Clown says:

    I’ve begun a ‘dirty protest’ in the downstairs toilet. Sarah isn’t very pleased!


  17. 39
    Tony Blair is evil says:

    Handy won’t go. And you can bet that that spineless arse Clegg won’t say anything. He’s shown no leadership on any of the Limp Dumb scandals.

    I’m not familiar with electoral law, so can someone who is tell me if a by-election can be forced even if the sitting MP refuses to quit? If it can’t, then I suggest the best thing is to hound him out of office. Guido’s best placed to do that. A campaign of turning up to his constituency office every day with placards and loudspeakers. Hopefully by sheer force of attrition, the c-unt will be worn down till he throws in the towel. I don’t want this crooked arsehole to simply say he’ll stand down next year, as it’ll mean he’ll walk away with a nice resignation package of a whole year’s salary. Much like that bitch Sarah Teather who says she feels disconnected from her party but is happy to stay on till the election so she can collect her year’s salary. Christ, I fucking hate MPs. Crooks, every single one.


    • 45
      Handycock, sexual molester of vulnerable Constituent, MP says:

      And I am the biggest crook of all of them! Boaz.


    • 95
      Tom Catesby says:

      Should his removal not be automatic, due to any wrong doing?


    • 111
      Lb Dem Focus Group says:

      can you tell us how you really feel?


    • 137
      Mr Weetabix (and NSA) says:

      Its an interesting question, do the libdems dump him now and clear the issue or do they trail into the general election with him still around and questions still being asked. I’d think that kicking him out now was the least worst option but what do I know, I’m just one of the voting horde.


  18. 42
    Tony Blair is evil says:

    Every morning I check the news headlines in the hope that Blair has croaked overnight. Anyone else do this? I can’t deny I wish the mass murdering c-unt and his fugly greedy wife would both die.


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  20. 47
    RetardEd says:

    My latest plan to cut unemployment is to increase employment benefit. How clever is that? Vote Labour for more benefits.


    • 66
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      He proposes that the unemployed will have to go on a training course, that means they wont be registered as unemployed, so unemployment will go down even if it goes up, £millions more will be dished out to useless service providers, the likes of A4E and Interserve, Eds cunning plan.


      • 81
        non taxable pikey says:

        Sounds like the rebirth of YTS.


        • 98
          Tom Catesby says:

          ‘YTS’ was another bad joke and a rip off, servicing only the political convenience of the government of the day and the private ‘providers’ with lots of lovely tax payers cash.


          • Stephen Procter says:

            Damn! I went on a YTS course for my HNC in Instrumentation & Control. I am ashamed that my HNC is/was a rip off. Sorry. I didn’t claim any benefits while taking the course if it makes you feel better.


          • The Growler says:

            S.P. strange you should have said that I got my C&G parts 1, 2 and 3 plus endorsements in Industrial Measurement and Control, in those days there was no HNC in that subject usually you had to take HNC in electrical engineering, but I believe there was a degree course on the subject. Once I had finished my C & G I packed it in and 3 months later made redundant. The year, 1980, long before YTS


    • 136
      Free Britain says:

      Training schemes of all flavours are simply a political tool used to cover up a failed economy and failed government, the young people need real jobs with real worth and careers, not more tax payers cash burnt at the alter of political careerism by the head weirdo of the “labour” party..


      • 142
        The Growler says:

        Maggie used it to great effect in the 1980’s but to take advantage of it you HAD to be on benefits or you had to finance yourself at great cost.


  21. 49
    Owen Jones says:

    To be honest I am not sure who is the bigger Conservative asset: Gordon Brown 2010 or Ed Miliband 2015?


    • 54
      Viperous Old Vince says:

      What about Cleggy 2010-2015 ?


    • 143
      The Growler says:

      Owen, even with the old smiler Gordy, Dave could not get a good working majority. Young Teddy has had to contend with a constant Barrage from the Tory supporting press and Fawkesy for 4 years, if Dave cannot get a good working majority in 2015 he will be dead in the water and just might decide to take the ermine.


  22. 51
    Nikk Clogg says:

    Handycock is a fine example of a typical Libdem MP.


  23. 52
    Derry Cocksporn (LibDem) says:


    • 63
      fhip says:

      Based on their track record with former employees I would be gobsmacked if the bbc was not aware of this site.


    • 85
      The Lone Ranger says:

      BBC Today is getting its knickers in a twist about the lack of “affordable” housing. Of course they didn’t consider the obvious solution of cutting immigration. Vote UKIP :)


    • 103
      Boys Buggery & Cocaine says:

      Yes I thought the BBC did a very good job of advertising the ‘Dark net ‘ . Thanks to the information supplied by the BBC this morning millions of people now know how to log onto it and avoid detection whilst trawling vile sites.


  24. 53
    The left are thick as shit says:

    Roughly a thousand people have died in the last week from all the suicide bombings, fighting and attacks across the middle east.

    And the left still say islam is peace.


  25. 59
    Handycock says:

    My brothers in the lodge will ensure I don’t have to go. Jubela, Jubelo, Jubelum.



    • 116
      Portsmouth City Council is the most corrupt Council in the world says:

      Robert Mugabe and Goodluck Johnathan. What has happened Handy, where did your protection go? We are bitterly disappointed about your demise. Are the Brotherhood not running your country and city anymore? If not it is a great shame. Boaz.


  26. 61
    Neck Cligg says:

    If Handycock goes, that will be one less candidate to replace me!


    • 65
      nell says:

      They won’t need to replace cleggie – the libdems are all but finished. One hopes that UKIP have enough about them to capitalise on that and work to take enough seats in the HoC in 2015 to fill the void the libdems are leaving. We shall see.


  27. 68
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

    This is the self-preservation society…..


  28. 72
    Barreness Cathy Ashtray says:

    When do I get to leave and start counting my EU pension?


    • 75
      Fed up Taxpayer says:

      You’ve done a brilliant job during your time in Brussels.

      Can we have a list of your achievements. On the back of an EU stamp is fine.


    • 117
      Handycock whipping it out says:

      Even I would not shag her. Boaz.


  29. 83
    Diane Fatbott says:

    CHUKKY !!!!


  30. 86
    Owen Jones (I'm no window licker) says:

    There has now been proven to be a direct link between the quality of nicknames and the quality of football of the Brazil team. The flair of Pele, Zico and Socrates has been replaced by the traditional English skills of Jo, Fred and Bernard.


    • 97

      Not to mention the neanderthal oaf ‘Hulk’ who makes Andy Carrol look like Messi.


  31. 90
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Hands off cocks – on socks!


  32. 92
    David Axlegrease says:


    • 106

      There was a parlour game folks used to play, in those all-but-forgotten days, before TV became the No. 1 family member in discussion.

      It was called Last Overboard.

      What you did was to imagine that all your friends were on a life-raft with insufficient food. It became necessary to vote as to whom would be lowered overboard first. The last person to be eliminated was the most popular.

      Here is the Labour Party in the life-raft. Extraordinarily, for all their tedious ramblings at conference, they do not have sufficient food (irony alert). The young jobless are the first overboard. Could it possibly be because of their lack of propensity to vote?

      Watch the further rounds of this game…


    • 107
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      He looks as if, he’s just woke up from the night before or he looks as if he’s been dragged through a hedge backwards.


    • 110
      Mornington Crescent says:

      It’s times like these I take a quick look at the betwetters’ comments over at The Graun: on the article about the supposed growth in poverty and inequality, we see the usual ‘Itz Fatcha’s fault’, ‘Eton-educated Torees’ and much more besides.

      On the article about Ed cutting bennies for youngsters, however, we see ‘hmm, a mature, sensible policy from Ed’, ‘very progressive’ etc.

      Poor fuckers. I almost pity them.


      • 118
        Blue Peter Goldfish says:

        Used to Post on cif sometimes but stopped years ago, got sick of all the weirdos posting articles above the line and the weirdos commenting below the line calling people N*tzis if they dared to venture an opinion contrary to the PC Leftie mantra and the deranged outbursts of The Toynbee.


      • 129
        Rickytshirt says:

        So do I, in the same way I would feel sorry for members of a religious death cult. They zealously abandon reason as well as intellectual and moral consistency in favour of their maniacal dedication to their bogus belief system.


      • 145
        Anonymous says:

        If you want to see them going completely nuts, check out the article about Russia being behind the anti frackers.


    • 122
      Fred the pensioner says:

      That look is full of utter contempt – probably for every native Brit in the country. Can’t we send him back to Belgium or Poland or anywhere else who’ll have him?

      Pretty please?


    • 132
      Vlad the Loudhailer says:

      The lights are on but there’s nobody at home.


    • 133
      A lefty says:

      Oh my God, I’m so confused now. I’ve been going around for the last few years saying the Torees and their puppet meeja have been viciously demonising benefit claimants because that’s what the great and the good of Leftydom told me to say.


  33. 102
    Anonymous says:

    How kind of them to include an opportunity for him to sail to France for just £11.50. The French are welcome to him.


    • 138
      Mr Weetabix (and NSA) says:

      An inspired ad placement, I’m sure it was intentional, journalistic humour at its best.


  34. 108
    parisclaims says:

    Not only should he be booted out, he should pay for the costs of the by election. And send a bill for the same to D. Miliband.


  35. 109
    Eric Pickles says:

    Girls with big butts face all types of problems. Check it out http://thebltch.com/big-booty-problems


  36. 112
    Daedalus says:

    Find it quite amusing that there is an add for the job pages 1/2 way down the right hand side.



  37. 114
    Jimmy Savile says:

    Now then, now then. Why would anyone want to get rid of Mike Hancock? He’s the best MP in the House.


  38. 120
    Not in my name says:

    Absent a meaningful right of recall he will cling on like a limpet until the general election, adding no value, not turning up in parliament and just drawing the wonga.

    Just like a certain former prime minister.


  39. 127
    Anonymous says:

    “The People of Portsmouth Have Spoken”
    That is the end of the good news. Now for listeners all over the nation, here is the bad. It ain’t no democracy, ‘till even the large lady gets a direct say on actual policies.


  40. 128
    Ian Katz says:

    If Mike loses his seat, he would be welcome here at Newsnight. He’s lefty enough to work for me and enough of a sex case to fit right in at the BBC.


  41. 139
    Bill de Burgh says:

    “There were no more lions any more. There had been lions once. Sometimes in the shimmer of the heat on the plains, the motion of their running still flickered on the dry wind – tawny, great and quickly gone. Sometimes the honey-coloured moon shivered to the silence of a ghost-roar on the rising air”.
    Boaz-Jachin, Jachin-Boaz.


  42. 146
    ex-pat Pompey gal says:

    He won’t go until he is voted out, otherwise he won’t pick up his “redundancy” payment of several tens of thousands. He has brassed necked it till now, why change the habit of a lifetime.


  43. 147
    rimmyarse says:

    Hancock has been up to mischief since the day he got.married. Who’s picking up the tab for the Priory – the Lodge, the Police Benevolent Fund, the Lib Dems parliamentary office, Clegover, or the poor taxpayer?


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