June 21st, 2014

Ed’s Guardian Problem (Part II)


As Guido pointed out yesterday Ed Miliband appears to have lost the support of the Guardian’s political writers, today the paper splashes on the loss of faith within the shadow cabinet. This is despite, or perhaps because, he recently came to the Guardian’s offices to do a Q & A session with the editorial team…


  1. 1
    Bruce says:

    Owls of derisive laughter, Bruce.


    • 2
      Diane Abbott says:



      • 4
        Diane Abbott says:







        • 83
          Toxic Labour for Spongers, Parasites, Criminals, Layabouts & other Wasters says:

          It’s really refreshing to see the enrichment of our Country with immigrant welfare junkies. I don’t recall ever voting for this though?


          • Diane Abbott says:


            BROWN SKIN GOOD

            WHITE SKIN BAD


            LOVE DIVERSITY



          • Sunni Spells with Shias Forecast says:

            What is it about Islam that makes all it’s followers so angry. Why does their religion make so many of them bitter, furious & hateful?

            And why do so many Muslim doctors or medical students want to kill rather than to heal.

            Haven’t they any sense of humanity?

            Muslim Rage, I guess?


          • Bystander says:

            Many of their self appointed spokespeople do them a daily disservice..playing the hurt & angry victim & then threatening viper at every turn. Part of the box of tricks of the professional Western hating but well treated & tolerated Muzz.


          • Z# says:

            Oy Vey! Ach, de Goys are so eesy!


          • Observer says:

            Hi Sunni Spells

            Z# has answered your question. They hate everyone who stands up to their violence & bullying. Like the Israelis, who refuse – unlike our cowardly leaders – to put up with their threats & racist, supremacist ideology.



          • Bert says:

            It’s even simpler than that. They hate ‘kuffars” — everybody who isn’t a slave to their cretinous cult.


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          Diane Flabbutt says:



          • The Grim Reaper says:

            I see the former Prime Mentalist is writing in todays Mail, in support of those poor Nigerian girls kidnapped by the Muzzie Boko Haram nutjobs.

            They are doomed.


      • 11
        British Labour Broadcasting Corporation says:

        Give me a snowy white owl over a brown tawny owl any day.


      • 171
        beyond ice says:

        air cnditioning unit.
        consider the cool factor.


    • 34
      Re-Tweeted By Chuka Umunna says:

      Why do I get the impression that Chuka is sticking the Knife into Ed by re-tweeting this?


    • 186


      Bless me Father for I have sinned
      But PLEASE don t let Milliboy get skinned
      If Chukka tskes over the race he will win
      And I will be finished — .consigned to the bin .


    • 228
      Common sense says:

      Why can’t we have the politicians we deserve – dead ones?


    • 264

      Time was Guido would at least have to go to the trouble of posting a picture of a black person to set you all off. Bizarre.


    • 450
      Dave Prentis says:

      Ed is the perfect leader for Labour.

      Please stop mocking him.

      He is the embodiment of metropolitan “we know better” diversity and enrichment. He even was so good as to explain to us the benefits of his intellectual self confidence.

      I cannot think of anyone better prepared to reconnect with traditional Labour voters after the travesty of Bliar.


  2. 3
    Koba says:

    It’s taken the guardian a long time to spot this low flying dead duck, perhaps they are all thick or just plain out of touch like labour.


    • 10
      Mr Nobody says:

      The Grauniad may be left wing, but they’re not completely stupid. They didn’t endorse Brown and they’ve now woken up to the fact that Miliband is worse.

      Many more Labour-leaning voters will continue to do this as we approach the election. The outlook is pretty grim for the left.


      • 117
        The Great British Public says:

        Vote Labour – vote for an EU and federal union supporting party.

        Vote Conservative – vote for an EU and federal union supporting party.

        Vote Lib Dem – ….. You get the drift….

        Liked by 1 person

      • 152
        The Putin Fracking Co Inc says:

        The Guardian isn’t just Ed Miliband’s problem. It’s the British people’s problem too.


      • 154
        Brigham says:

        Dire as Miliband is, Brown was worse. A complete mental case that still thinks he is the cleverest man in the world. Miliband is just an incompetent twat.


        • 183
          Cynical-old-bag says:

          He may be an incompetent t**t, but he was elected party leader over his brother.

          I wonder if those people who were behind his leadership challenge are regretting it now? I do hope so.


          • Bert says:

            On the day he was elected, a comment appeared on this blog as follows:

            Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!

            Prescient or what?


      • 181
        The two Muppets says:

        Just look at the dross on the Shadow front bench ,They are all
        incompetent failures led by the two muppets . How could anybody
        vote for them ? They would all look at home next to the great leader
        in North Korea .


        • 341
          Anonymous says:

          It amazes me that the shadow front bench are all the same failures who supported Gordon.They have hung on to their jobs like grim death for the last 4 years, whingeing and sneering but without one sensible new policy between them.Its actually quite bizarre.


    • 123
      Mycroft says:

      The Guardian hasn’t ‘woken up’ they have simply realised that as UKIP are going to take so many votes from traditional labour voters who have themselves woken up and it has dawned on them that although Miliband was a liability there were enough sheep to get him home.

      This is not so certain now and it is becoming less and less certain every single day.

      It’s a potential disaster for the paper that is already haemorrhaging readers and support.

      Self-preservation has kicked in, nothing more.


      • 155
        The Thick of It says:

        The problem isn’t just Millie Tant. Look at the Socialist omnishambles from Harman to the Red Princes, from the legacy of Brown & Blair to Balls-Cooper, from Reeves to Tristram *unt…..

        What a bunch of twats


        • 160
          Bystander says:

          Every time war criminal Bliar speaks out, the past is revived and Labour drops even further in the polls…..


          • The Growler says:

            B’Liar was always a CON, never been a a typical Lieborite, his family connections were Con not Liebore, he planned all his career when he first went to Uni, he worked out that he would not get anywhere in the Cons but he saw that Liebore was so weak politically, he decided that he stood a far better chance of advancement quickly with them. I must admit it took me about 2½ of years to see through him when things started to slowly unravel.
            Poor old Teddy he has all the right wing press ranging up against him and with the centre right now weakly decrying him. If Cast Iron Dave had so much negative press for so long the cast iron would have long since shattered under the constant hammer blows that Teddy has had to put up with.


          • Village Idiot says:

            ….It was the F1 , tobacco thing that alerted me!


          • Next time, vote UKIP says:

            “B’Liar was always a CON”

            Fuck off.

            He won 3 elections for Labour – their best ever results.

            Of course he was an evil c#nt, but that’s the left for you.


          • Observer says:

            Don’t you mean CON ARTIST Growler?


        • 161
          Mycroft says:

          I agree, to vote labour this time ’round should mean you also get a stamp on the forehead… marked ‘Vacant’.

          They couldn’t form a Cabinet, I doubt that between them could assemble a flat-pack Cadenza!



        • 342
          Anonymous says:

          Dont forget the dreadful Angela Eagles,i bet she can clear a room in 10 seconds !


    • 267
      Harbottle says:

      It’s another Guardian misprint-it should read ‘Labour erection anxiety grows’.


  3. 5
    Trashbin Alibi Frown says:

    You’re all nasty english people and deserve to die.


  4. 7
    Trashbin Alibi Frown says:


    • 9
      Diane Abbott says:


      …IS WAAAAAAAYCIST!!!!!!!!!!!


    • 44
      A Right Fucking Bastard says:

      Fuck off back to Bongo-Bongo land then, you fucking Päki bitch.


      • 75
        Diane Abbott says:



      • 110
        Kulak betrayed by Marxists says:

        Geography not your strong point. Bongo Bongo land is in Africa. Really it would be nice if she went and lived for a short while in one of those lovely countries where the religion of peace is expanding, rapidly.
        Syria’raq’istan is nice I hear.


    • 65
      The Left says:

      It’s ok when we do it.


    • 106
      C4 News Kathy Pseudo Lefty Newman says:

      In fairness to Rod Little we will not show the above clip.


    • 159
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Ali B and Roddy L are The Left and The Right; of all that is so wrong with British Politics. Is it any wonder that they are both hoisted upon the public by a fucked up msm as well – who only want to see the public pull to the left or the right.

      i do hope that people who have been hitherto pulled one way or the other are starting to wake up to the decades upon decades trick upon them; of keeping them coralled like sheep.


    • 185
      The two Muppets says:

      Yasmin Alibhai Brown is a bigoted racist and is a disgrace to her roots
      as a Ugandan Asian .She has no respect for her host country , and
      should be ashamed of herself .


      • 421
        some name or other says:

        Actually, she is/was originally a packywallah. Not that it matters, but it would be lovely for all of us if she just got the first plane out to anywhere and stayed there permanently.


  5. 8
    2066 says:

    Three Lions on the shirt
    Jules Rimet still gleaming
    One hundred years of hurt
    Never stopped me dreaming


    • 240
      The Growler says:

      They’ve lost their chance, they weren’t exactly the favourites they have another 4 years to practice and sort themselves out, just get over it.


  6. 14
    Will says:

    The reason why the guardian has turned against ed and clegg is that the recent increase in fees and limiting child benefit effects them directly. Eds latest plan to reintroduce the 50p tax rate and tax houses over £2 million means that some more well paid at the guardian like polly and rushbridger might start paying more tax and directly be impacted at last. They also realise finally that ed miliband is really weird and might get worse if elected.


    • 113
      Anonymous says:

      Don’t be concerned for polly;I am sure she has arranged things to ensure that personal tax rates are of no consequence to her finances.


    • 244
      The Growler says:

      Council Tax could be better organised like the USA everyone has to pay their property/council tax apparently even if they live abroad for a lot of the time and there is no getting away with it, that is what Teddy should do and increase the number of Council Tax bands to match the massive rise in some house prices but that might hit Teddy, Polly, and quite a few of their friends. Boris would welcome this everyone pays even those who hold property but is vacant for months in the year or the property is held abroad in the nice tax avoidance countries, it is a big problem in London.


      • 323
        Hector says:

        Why do you think everyone wants to be taxed ever more than they are now?

        Tax is shite.


        • 358
          Anonymous says:

          I agree – Labours new welfare policy would create a new dedicated national insurance scheme pool costing a hefty £100+ per person per week, to include pensions, unemployment benefitwith mortage interest payments included etc etc.
          Which parts of the UK have sufficient disposable income to even afford £100.00 per week contributions?
          What would this do to local economies (eg SW/Northern England) where disposable income would be sucked dry?
          What would mortgage interest payments for out of work Londoners do to the same general NIC pot that also supports pensions payments


  7. 15
    Handycock says:

    Jahbulon brothers. The Freemasons were behind the Jack the Ripper murders. Not for nothing were the police commissioner and the Queen’s physician both masons. Boaz.


  8. 16
    The British media are cu ts says:

    How to please the Guardian

    1. Abolish the age of consent

    2. Legalise drugs

    3. Import 100,000 more efniks

    4. Make Sharia law the law of the land

    5. Shoot all working class white males


    • 18
      BBC Thought Police says:



    • 20
      Will says:

      The guardian and bbc soft handling of the Muslim issue will backfire as hardline Muslims are anti gay, anti drugs, treat women as second class citizens. Also chopping hands off thieves. Also the Muslim religion is not one strand but many the prominent being Sunni and Shia who hate each other and the other offshoots.


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        Diane Abbott says:




      • 109
        SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        Strange how the leftie liberals suck up to sharia law until it mentions dealing effectively with thieves!


        • 138
          Hand down yer Briefs, Sir? says:

          Apparently, sharia also enjoys stringing up Sex perverts by their feet and separating them from various bits and pieces they are quite well-attached to. As this will include Deputy Speakers who go on television and state that the Jury pronounced them innocent, no time-wasting on trials – simple allegations are good enough – seems like It will appeal to Grayling as a quick and “Right” step to take to bring down his Criminal legal aid bill. Talking of whom, I understand that Grayling has arranged for 3 more Silks to join the PDS to overcome the Court of Appeal’s strictures on providing the VHCC trials with sufficient PDS personnel. It’s good to see Mr Carmen Q.C. has signed up, a real fighter; he wouldn’t let his death several years ago get in the way of another mega-bucks pay-day!


    • 125
      David Canerons to do list - 2010 says:

      1. Abolish the age of consent
      – if we let mussies get away with it at first then claim we cant control it and relax the law. Tick.

      2. Legalise drugs
      – Have you seen how low the price of Charlie and bifty is these days, police don’t care, so it’s a big bifty tick..

      3. Import 100,000 more efniks
      I can safely say it’s about 600k per year, so that’s 3 million during my term in office… Tick.

      4. Make Sharia law the law of the land
      We have just launched the first ever sharia UK government bond only last week. No joke google it. Tick.

      5. Shoot all working class white males
      – I’ve been doing it metaphorically and politically all my life… Tick.


    • 242
      The Guardian says:

      > Import 100,000 more efniks

      We would not be happy with this 60%+ reduction in immigration


  9. 21
    Genghiz the kahn says:

    Looks as if The Guardian hoped that they could bury bad news on the front page.


  10. 22
    Allahu Akbar says:


    • 27
      Dr Death.. says:

      A dog born in a stable does not make it a horse…fucking British my arse…


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        Diane Abbott says:



      • 66
        Anonymous says:

        In the unfortunate event that the Hunt does not meet his 72 virgins, then arrest him if he tries to re snter the Country. His father should be made to repay all benefits and costs we have paid through out his wretched life.
        Then deport the fucking lot of them.

        Liked by 1 person

      • 95
        south of the M4 says:

        From Cardiff therefore probably of Somali origin.


        • 139
          bergen says:

          Yemeni apparently. I thought it unlikely that a Cardiff Somali could get good A levels- most of them of that age are out of their minds on qat or whatever it’s called.


    • 33
      Diane Abbott says:




    • 38
      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      If they hate Britain so much, why not deport them all to whichever third world shit hole they’re fighting in?


    • 47
      JJ says:



    • 64
      Anonymous says:

      The student doctor on the left is doing this because of poverty and lack of education.

      Liked by 1 person

      • 69
        Anonymous says:

        I meant on the right. Stupid boy, must have received the same education as that poor un-educated student doctor / mis-understander of the religion of peace.


        • 137
          inside out says:

          Only hope they are dual nationals,then May can cancel UK passport and deny them entry.


          • Photographic Pensioner says:

            May dare not try. If that were possible, every citizen born in the UK could be susceptible to being reduced to the status of “resident” and not just dual citizens.
            Cheer up! Ask yourself whom they are fighting and are they at risk of death? We should be grateful for Sunni and Shia divisions. It is the Will of Allah!


          • Jack Ketch. says:

            An old Blue passport of mine says on the front page that I am “A subject of…..” and that Her Most Gracious Majesty may withdraw the document at any time. It says nothing about being a “British Citizen” It also only cost me £1-10/- 0d


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        Diane Abbott says:



        • 423
          some name or other says:

          … and stop importing fucking muzzy ‘students’. Let them all go to America instead.


      • 328
        xim says:

        Like those two NHS Drs of extra-ethnic origin who tried to bomb Glasgow airport.


    • 122

      Good propaganda. Not sure about the chanting in the background – maybe a cultural thing.

      Now – if they want the golden cigar that goes with the virgins they need to add the following to their message:

      Vote UKIP :-D


  11. 23
    Cathy Newman says:

    I’m a faux liberal leftie?


  12. 25
    Anonymous says:

    Harriet Harman did a Fabricant before it was cool:


  13. 26
    Anonymous says:

    Her tweet:


    • 32
      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      Religious and sexist, nice!


    • 93
      Cinna says:

      Another slice go PIE, Harry?


    • 140
      inside out says:

      But its alright for Harperson she is a lefty.


      • 162
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Never froget – she is a ‘nasty duplicitous lawyer’ and she has some skeletons rattling in her cupboard while she signed off some s.42 forms as the solicitor General. She is a viscious lying vexatious lawyer – and does what she’s instructed to by the establishment/judicial/dark forces.


    • 180
      Hairy legged ugly wench says:

      I have no morals, no principals, a hubby who likes black men with big dicks, and a son who I’m putting forward for an all arse-holes short list Parliamentary seat.

      So what?


    • 290
      Pat Hewitt says:

      There are many thick people in London, Birmingham & Manchester who constantly vote for Labour, and still complain that their council taxes have risen yet again.

      Its even more despicable that the people of Camberwell & Peckham still vote for that Man-Hating, P.I.E loving, ultra feminist b***h, Harriet HARM-man.


  14. 30
    Genghiz the kahn says:

    Just as Ed Miliband thought it was a good day to bury bad news, The Guardian tries to bury him.


  15. 31
    Bill Quango MP says:

    Look what arrived in the post today. More junk mail.

    What the hell do owls eat?


    • 87
      Bert says:

      Check your discarded packaging, Bill. Mine came with a leaflet — they like mice, shrews, voles, the odd mole or small bird, a few big beetles and maybe some earthworms for dessert. Later they puke up a pellet of the stuff they can’t digest, so put some newspaper under the perch.

      I foresee this backfiring on Miliband big-time when the Small Mammal Front gets wind of it, not to mention the Dunnock League.


      • 126
        Bill Quango MP says:

        Hmm.. Well I’ve checked the cupboards. Nothing like that. Nothing at Sainsburys either.

        The bloody thing will have to have cornflakes. Who’s {no pun} idea was this?


  16. 37
    Socialism is theft says:

    Does it matter who leads Labour or the Tories? The same mindless fodder will still vote for them.


  17. 39
    Anonymous says:


  18. 41
    The Sistas Hate the Roots says:

    Diane Abbott
    Harriet Harman
    The Eagle Sisters
    Alibaba Brown

    They ALL hate Labour’s core….The working class white man.

    Liked by 1 person

  19. 45
    Mr Nobody says:

    Odds on each party leader being ousted next:

    7/4 Clegg
    9/4 Salmond
    4/1 Farage
    5/1 Cameron
    6/1 Miliband

    According to this, Miliband looks set to remain. That would be good news for those who don’t want to see Labour win the next election.


  20. 46
    The question that has to be asked says:

    Maybe they are just anti-semitic at the Guardian?


  21. 49
    Kulak betrayed by Marxists says:

    When the North Londoners started to worry about the consequences of an backlash after the Marxist government fails, they decided to undermine him.
    The revolution can wait until another day.
    Look. The family came to Britain to spy for Stalin and the Soviet Union.
    Their connections to the hated regime are too strong to hide from Eastern immigrants.
    Their support for the mass killings in the Ukraine and the Extermination of patriotic Polish intellectuals is already in the public domain.
    Up until the invasion of the USSR by Germany they were working, admittedly like most left wing Marxists, against the allies.
    They have and always did have too much baggage. There is a post on Youtube from an economics lecturer in the US quoting Father Miliband’s attack on the welfare state. They want it distroyed because it is “a capitalist bribe to the proletariat”.
    When the working tax payers see what these (never done a productive days work in 3 generations) maggots are up to it will damage the prospect of Marx’s revolution not help it.


    • 54
      Kulak betrayed by Marxists says:

      Sorry but I’ve lost the link to the lecture. If anyone comes across it . Pass it on. It will finish the Milibands in politics in this country.


    • 63
      albacore says:

      The revolution has already revolved
      The barriers to it were long ago solved
      Infiltrating Parliament full of traitors
      All sworn British-haters and immigrators


  22. 52
    Ed's Bag Carrier says:

    Ed’s Bag Carrier


    • 60
      Keith Vaz says:

      Passport, please.


    • 102
      south of the M4 says:

      Ah yes, Cardiff International Airport. Bought by the Welsh taxpayer for £50m – without a business plan other than to offer tax payer subsidies to attract airlines there. Anybody East of Cardiff will use Bristol, and north of Brecon, Birmingham. Both airports with more extensive routes and cheaper. Cardiff has a catchment issue and needs to be innovative to attract custom. A socialist government in Wales buying the means of production is not the answer.


      • 114
        SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        Bought by the BRITISH taxpayer you mean, there is no such thing as a welsh taxpayer


        • 124
          Barcelona..So good they named it thrice says:


          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            Flight information – Ed Miliband has thrown in ‘t owl.


          • Brassed off says:

            Made in Wales
            Failed in Wales
            Jailed in Wales

            That woman needs a new hairdresser and the fat one in the pink tie needs to lay off the burgers and cokes before he gives himself a heart attack.

            … and wtf is the MP for Streatham doing there? He should be looking after the requirements of his flock, not Welsh windbags.


          • Boyo George says:

            Fly from Bristol.


          • So I hear .. says:

            Having to learn that pile of bull crap – as well English – means that Welsh school kids are well behind even the English in the world literacy stakes. Which party runs Welsh schools? Remind me again?

            PS Chuka the chancer looks very prime ministerial.


    • 165
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      It says on the tag (in the pic) – ‘Wales. There’s a lot to pack in’

      i wish Chukka would “pack it in” and as for the administration of law and order in South Wales / Cardiff – there is something very rotten in the police, CPS and court ‘administration’ down there – yet they go unchecked by Central Government …


      • 293
        Cherie B.Liar says:

        (1) Chuka Umunna the betting shop critic accepts £20,000 donation … from gambling tycoon (Evening Standard, 06 August 2013).

        (2) Labour MP’s ‘hypocrisy’ on interns: Chuka Umunna employed unpaid staff while campaigning for fairer salaries (Daily Mail, 4 November 2013).


    • 439
      Blind Pensioner says:

      Are you sure its not Miss Universe?


  23. 53
    One for the road says:

    People who dismiss the unemployed as parasites fail to understand economics and parasitism. A successful parasitic is one that is not recognized by its host, one that make its host work for it without appearing as a burden – such is our present ruling class.


  24. 56
    senior citizen says:

    To David Cameron (Prime Minister) & Ed Milliband (Leader of the Opposition)
    You BOTH Worry me!
    > (In fact, both of your Political parties worry the hell out of me!!!)
    Over the last three years, I find myself becoming more and more fearful of
    > the pair of you, and between you, you are turning this country into a place
    > that I no longer feel at home in, or feel a part of! I watch you in parliament,
    > and no, not just the two of you, but also every politician that I see, stand up
    > in parliament sneering at each other, and acting like children!!!
    > (and if you were my children, I would be ashamed of you all …
    > What an example to set!)
    Although you would like us all to believe that you are putting the needs of
    > this country at the forefront, NEITHER of you are doing that, you seem more
    > interested in “one-up-man ship “, in scoring off each other, & denigrating
    > each other, to the detriment of this country & it’s people!!! It seems to be
    > all about YOU as individuals, and not about what you can DO for this
    > country! It is fast becoming a place that I do not recognize, as the place I always
    > thought, was the best place in the world to be!!! But no longer!!!
    You are not listening to the people of this country!!!
    > I am watching the deterioration of living standards in this country, (and
    > according to you, on a world stage we are doing better than most countries
    > REALLY???) And yet the gap is widening between the “haves” and the
    > “have-nots”. I see our homeless on the streets, our hospitals under-funded
    > and understaffed, our health system is an absolute mess and a disgrace ….
    > And yet I see multi-millions of pounds being sent offshore, in aid to other
    > countries, before attending to this country’s needs!
    I see the “selling off of water rights to foreign interests, WHY…?
    > Especially when you go to great lengths to tell us that water is a finite
    > resource, & supposedly, we must ALL be careful with how we use it, so that
    > we ensure we have it for the future? A Carbon Tax, (which you KNOW is just
    > another tax) which will make NO appreciable difference, to carbon emissions,
    > AT ALL! A tax, which in spite of all your arguments FOR it, you are doing
    > alone, when other major countries will NOT & DO NOT embrace it, or believe in it !
    All that it will do for this country is put working families and small businesses
    > behind the eight ball …..what planet are you on, if you think that the tax we must pay
    > will make even a scrap of difference to the effect of the carbon tax on people?
    > Anyone can see the holes in that argument!!! Do you really think we are that dumb???
    Let’s talk about Multiculturalism ….People have come here from other countries,
    > for a better life, for more years than I have been alive (I am 72 years old!)
    > Pre & Post war immigrants came for a better life, and settled in and became
    > wonderful contributors to this country, … all have contributed to the rich diversity
    > of this country, and some descendants have even fought FOR this country,
    > and they have become U.K.citizens and were glad to be …and they had
    > NO handouts from our Government either, …they worked hard for everything!
    > I have never before had a problem with all, or any, race of immigrants coming here.
    > However, I DO NOW!!!
    Please tell me why we have areas in towns and on large estates all over the country,
    > where police do NOT, & will NOT go, for fear of their life?
    > Please tell me why we can no longer have religion in schools for fear of “OFFENDING” someone?
    > (The latest little gem is that they are not having or being funded, for chaplains any more, but Councillors!)
    Please tell me why religious Christmas observances are no longer allowed in some schools for fear of OFFENDING someone? Please tell me HOW Christmas decorations in some stores might OFFEND someone? Please tell me why we have to have segregated days in some swimming centers for fear of “OFFENDING” someone? Please tell me why we have some RADICAL clerics demanding Sharia
    > Law in this country when if we were in THEIR country, this would NEVER be allowed?
    > Please tell me why our laws need to be changed, so as not to OFFEND someone?
    > Please tell me why we are fast becoming a MINORITY voice, in our own country, because of POLITICAL CORRECTNESS? Please tell me WHY Britons cannot legally wear a bike helmet covering their head in a bank and yet it is ok to wear a Burka which covers the whole of the face? And please tell me WHY, when those people who want asylum here can wreck our detention centres and STILL be accepted here?
    What does that say about just who and what are this government’s priorities? The British people that I speak to have genuine concerns about becoming a second-class minority in our own country, and the reasons for it are some of the above. Are you so blind that you cannot see this? And no, I am NOT racist!!! If I did not like Catholics or Protestants would I be considered racist? Of course not!
    Why is it that if we object to what is happening in our country we are immediately labelled RACIST, in an attempt to shut us up?
    We are fighting Radical Muslims in Afghanistan & Iraq , are we not? I hear you say, yes but the Muslims we have here are “Not like that”. Well how would we know? Do we hear ANY of them coming out & speaking AGAINST radicals? I haven’t, have you? Islam is not compatible with ANY of the values that we hold here in Britain ! Are not the experiences of France and the Netherlands examples of that?
    > Why do you think it would be any different here? We even have a British born “radical,” whose message is that Britain WILL become a Muslim country, under Sharia Law, & that we had “better get used to it “.
    Will both of you grow some “BALLS”, and start sticking up for this country and its people?
    > We are the people who put you where you are and PAY you to look after our interests!
    > And you are NOT doing that by any stretch of the imagination!!! I would appreciate an answer from both of you, if only to convince me that once again I am not talking to a brick wall!
    > In case it has escaped both of you I would like to remind you that, the UK Government is FOR THE PEOPLE OF THE PEOPLE & BY THE PEOPLE
    > Never forget that – because you sure have up till now!


    • 71
      Diane Abbott says:



    • 86
      Minnie Lividword says:

      The likes of Cameron and Miliband are supposed to represent large proportions of the people of the UK, but they do not.
      What we are offered is a choice between professionals – professional crooks who have sold the UK down the river. They have been bought and are just taking the piss while feathering their own nests.

      The UK’s stinking corrupt political system urgently needs to be overthrown.
      Voting for Cameron or Miliband just to keep the other one out achieves nothing – it just encourages them and leads them to believe that they can get away with their con trick a bit longer.

      It’s time for change; dump those who have betrayed you so often.

      Vote UKIP. :D


    • 194
      Immigrunt says:

      Hurry up and die you old c’unt, we want your house.


    • 307
      Noble Savage says:

      Well said Senior Citizen, there is a lot to be worried about!

      We have developed a pretend economy where GDP increases while people’s living standards decline.

      Our political culture has got to a stage where all three established parties consider it illegitimate to call into question mass immigration, and who will only talk about immigration in terms of the bogus “net” figure.

      And why have the government not stripped the “British” ISIS fighters of their citizenship? Anyone who argues for imposition of a foreign, totalitarian system of law and goes abroad to kill for it should be stripped of their citizenship and never allowed to return.


  25. 57
    Someone told me there's a Revolution on the way says:


    • 62
      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      Horrible woman.

      Liked by 1 person

    • 77
      Anonymous says:

      what did she look at that told her she was a woman not a girl ?


    • 111
      Cinna says:

      Delingpole did well there. “The most annoying woman on the planet”. Perhaps he should have added: “along with Abbott and Harman”.


    • 133

      Isn’t ‘coolie’ a little bit rac!st towards Ch!nese folk ?

      Perhaps Yazza would like to be S’tella C’reasy’s gun wallah on a little C’anadian Moose hunt.

      Vote UKIP :-D


      • 148
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        i think it’s time i reposted that cognitive dissonance thing to remind all lefties and righties that they are similarly caught out in their worlds of inverted belief structures – whaddya think?


      • 446
        Jack Ketch. says:

        Gu Li or Fu Li is merely Cantonese for labourer. There is also koli from Gujurati meaning the same thing. Both words are used freely in Asia with derogatory connotations. The Anglicisation “Coolie Labour”, used throughout the Empire also was neither insulting or racist, although the epithet today suggests that such a person, although no longer a day labourer, has yet to cast off the manners of the class. A bit like calling an Irish politician a bog-trotter or an African leader a garden-boy.


    • 217
      He speaks sense says:

      Good from Delingpole. Pity he didn’t tell the miserable old hag to fuck off on behalf of everyone else.


    • 238

      Newman should lead her Communist Sisters down a more respectable path than Femen’s and Yasmin’s discredited approach with a dry ideological T-Shirt competition.

      Karl Marx T-Shirts available on E-Bay – McCarthy bot verified:

      One hopes that Cameron has been kept under surveillance. He probably has had to meet his handlers this weekend. Red whine doesn’t pour itself you know.

      Vote UKIP :-D


  26. 59
    Monika under fire says:

    Labour will win the election because millions of Tory votes are going to go to UKIP. Labour control of Wales is under serious threat also. With UKIP doing what the Tories have, Mrs T aside, failed to do for as long as I can remember. And that is offer the Welsh people an alternative.

    Labour will win in Wales. Their fraudulent voting practises will see to that,but they will have a vastly reduced majority, albeit enough to deny the Faux-servatives a win.

    Get ready for five more years on Labour, that will all but finish us off completely.
    We probably have to hit absolute rock bottom as a country, before hope put’s it’s head above the parapet, and we start to turn things around.


  27. 68
    Allahu Akbar says:


  28. 70
    Ted Miliband says:


  29. 74
    Monika under fire says:

    No it wasn’t that. Try something less benign, less eloquent. Owing to the millions of Con votes that are going to go to UKIP. The Tories are f*cked.


  30. 81
    Shahid Malik Ex-Labour MP says:


    • 84
      Diane Abbott says:






      • 101
        Abdi Nur (Welfare Recipient from Kensington, London). says:

        And More Votes.


        • 103
          Mr Londonistani says:


          • Cinna says:

            Personally I don’t think we should cap their benefits so they can’t afford to live in Londonistan. Keep them all there, where we know where they are.


          • Ed Miliballs says:

            (1) Coalition v shadow cabinet: whose constituencies are worse hit by unemployment? (The Guardian Wednesday 16 March 2011): “New research shows Labour MPs harder hit than Coalition members when it comes to unemployment in their constituencies.”


            (2) Unemployment benefit map shows party political divide (The Guardian, Thursday 26 January 2012): “Twelve of the 15 seats with highest percentage of claimants are held by Labour, while lowest claimant areas are mostly Tory or Lib Dem seats”


            (3)Hard-working families forced to pay extra £528 extra on council tax bills to cover £2.4BILLION debt left by people who refuse to pay (Daily Mail, 12 January 2014): “Nine out of the 10 worst councils for collecting council tax are Labour-run”



          • Ted Miliballs says:

            (1) Coalition v shadow cabinet: whose constituencies are worse hit by unemployment? (The Guardian Wednesday 16 March 2011): “New research shows Labour MPs harder hit than Coalition members when it comes to unemployment in their constituencies.”

            (2) Unemployment benefit map shows party political divide (The Guardian, Thursday 26 January 2012): “Twelve of the 15 seats with highest percentage of claimants are held by Labour, while lowest claimant areas are mostly Tory or Lib Dem seats”

            (3)Hard-working families forced to pay extra £528 extra on council tax bills to cover £2.4BILLION debt left by people who refuse to pay (Daily Mail, 12 January 2014): “Nine out of the 10 worst councils for collecting council tax are Labour-run”


          • Harriet HARM-man says:


          • Tony B.liar says:


          • David Blankett says:

            Those kids, whose parents are living on benefits in expensive areas are so-called little angels now, but soon they will grow up to be criminals, drug dealers, or even radicalised Islamic fighters and join groups like Al Qaeda, ISIS or Boko Haram. They have a better chance to join and represent the Labour Party than any other political party (and could take control of a ward/council/constituent).

            They might even promote and impose Sharia Law in the same country that provided them with free money, accommodation, education, and other benefits at the expense of hard working people.


          • John Smith says:

            Response to David Blankett:

            I think they are more likely to start up several riots and destroy parts of the area in the process.

            I live in Northolt in Ealing, London and the council is run by Labour (and has been most of the time). It’s becoming common to see single parent families with 5-10 children and in most Ealing area the same parade of shops, for example charity shops, betting shops, fruit and veg stalls that occupy pavements, halal meat shops, off license shops, and cheap takeaways that offer burgers, pizzas, fried chicken and kebabs as one meal for less than £10


          • Tom Thompson says:

            Response to John Smith:

            Thank to the Labour Party and their councils, London Boroughs like Ealing, Harrow, Hounslow, & Enfield are becoming third-world places (in terms of poorer public services, civil disobedience, deprivation, & poor prospects), courtesy of the millions of people Labour brought in during their time in office. Labour Councils have ruined London Areas like Hackney, Lambeth, Newham, Tower Hamlets, Barking & Dagenham. Also other towns/cities like Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Glasgow and Bradford.


        • 104
          Mr Londonistani says:

          More Votes to the Labour Party or should I say “Totalitarian Third-World Islamic Welfare Party”.


        • 119
          SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          Please use YOU’RE in the captions , a contraction of ‘you are’ not the possessive pronoun YOUR where appropriate .


    • 442
      Glad to be Old says:

      The future for the English is not so bright. If I were young I would be frightened by this!


  31. 85
    Ben Dover says:


    • 96
      Diane Abbott says:



      …YOU WAAAYCIST!!!!!!!!!


    • 105
      Anonymous says:

      Even Idi Amin realised she was a wrong un and threw her out of Uganda.


    • 144
      C4 News Kathy Pseudo Lefty Newman says:

      I will show this on Monday evening’s C4 News. You can rely on me to be fair and unbiased.


    • 387
      Time she stopped YABbering on says:

      If she doesn’t like them then she knows where she can go.
      She’s a very poor excuse for a political commentator.


  32. 97
    Ed Miliband says:

    I’m having one of those Police amnesties. Hand in your bacon roll.

    Alternatively phone Crime stoppers if you know someone in possession of it.


  33. 98
    Breast is best says:


  34. 118

    On general release:

    I Am Curious (Purple)

    Vote UKIP :-D


    • 129

      Looking for the ISIS recruitment hashtag.

      Important message for all prospective UK J’ihadist’s who may be overseas in May 2016:

      Your Postal Vote Counts !

      التصويت البريدي منكم هو المهم.
      :-D تصويت المملكة المتحدة حزب الاستقلال

      Vote UKIP :-D

      (If UKIP doesn’t – L’abour will…)


  35. 121
    • 195

      Why would the government care about what the muslims do to there own girls ,they certainly did not much care about what they were doing to young English girls in the care of Labour local authorities when they were being abused with the connivence of the cowardly police, in the name of ‘community cohesion’.


  36. 127
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Please G0d may they elect his useless banana-bearing brother to replace him in 2015; that’ll keep ‘em out of office for another 10 years.


  37. 132
    Breast is best says:


  38. 151
    the mystical mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    The human thoughts can be looked on as a real space to be explored. For example some “mind altering” drugs behave somewhat like a telescope bringing normally incomprehensable thought into focus whereas others may reveal some far away thing but draw a curtain before things close.
    In human thought it is necessary to be happy to aquire the skill to see with the mind telescope but without the need for mind altering drugs because by focusing on a particular thing you are not qualified to lead others because you may lead them into danger because of the things that are hidden from you in your excitement
    As we have seen lately someone who tries to lead but who is also consuming mind altering drugs will lead his care into oblivion.
    It is important that those that aspire to lead, refrain from all mind altering substances so that their vision is clear and they are worthy to follow.


  39. 156
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    If anyone really is in ‘any doubt’ about how useless the United Nations are – i remind you that the UN appointed Gordon Brown as the United Nations Envoy for Global Education.


    • 168

      THEY DID WHAT????


    • 179
      nell says:

      Is that why he’s swanning around the world 1st class air travel / 5 star hotels at our expense instead of doing his proper job of mp for kirkcaldy, for which we’re also paying him.


      • 205
        The only good MP is a dead MP says:

        The man who once insisted that “it is vital we create a low-carbon economy” now zooms around the planet on the most carbon-spewing form of transport ever created.


        • 237
          Actually says:

          When you take into consideration the number of people carried, distance travelled, fuel used, length of working life and salvage from it’s corpse, an aircraft is actually the lowest CO2 emitting form of transport. Greenies & Politicians just to ban flying so that they keep we plebs in Open Prison UK.


  40. 158
    ron says:

    I’m considering voting Tory now they’ve gone soft on illegal parking.

    If they turn a blind eye to shoplifting, benefit fraud and wife beating I definitely will.


    • 191
      tinned pacific salmon says:

      As a small shopkeeper lucky enough to have parking spaces outside the premises, I am totally opposed to any attempt to reduce enforcement of parking regulations. The cameras and camera cars seem to be the most effective way to deter and prevent overstaying in our precious shoppers’ parking bays. A blocked parking bay reduces footfall.

      It’s always the same handful of people who park all day outside our shop – if they can get away with it – and only move their cars after they have seen a warden ambling down the street.

      The camera cars are much harder to spot, and are therefore much more effective. And while I may be disgusted, I don’t live in Tunbridge Wells, and certainly won’t be voting Tory if this ban on car parking cameras and ‘spy cars’ goes ahead.


    • 192
      Proud Dave on a Pride March says:

      I’ve gone hard on bumsex marriage though


    • 350
      Get real mofo says:

      The government made it illegal – they can make it legal.


  41. 164
    Viperous Old Vince says:


  42. 170
    RetardEd says:

    I do not need policies. There will be enough bandwagons between now and 2015 to carry me to victory. Vote Ed, the spongers’ friend.


  43. 176
    David Axlegrease says:


  44. 177
    Yasmin says:

    He’s nothing but a racist, and that I know to be true because I say it is, so there.


    • 184
      Diane Abbott says:

      YOU SAID IT YASMIN!!!!!!!!!




      • 201
        The state eduction system in Birmingham & beyond says:

        White people are inferior scum. And all white British women are whores.


        • 250
          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          Does it say that or worse in the talmud?


          • The state eduction system in Birmingham & beyond says:

            Basically, if the mysoginist homophobic páedo c*nt Moohamid had written the K*ran today, it would be banned.

            But he didn’t, so it isn’t.


  45. 187
    Gordon Brown says:

    Tonight I will do Karate until I wear out my socks


  46. 189
    Arrest him says:

    Impeach him

    And hang him

    For high treason


  47. 190
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    A Labour government will scrap the bedroom tax, protect our NHS & freeze energy bills until 2017. Sound good?


    • 198
      An ex-Labour voter says:


      1. Removal of a subsidy is not a ‘tax’. If your party can’t understand this, it’s not fit to run the nation’s finances (as it wasn’t, last time).

      2. The last Labour government allowed the NHS to slaughter thousands of patients. Indeed, the last Labour government tried to hide what was happening from the public. Andy Burnham, the minister responsible, would resume his old role if Labour were to win the next election. (That means, more cover-ups of NHS slaughter.)

      3. Freeze energy bills. OK, so what happens if wholesale energy prices fall?


      • 299
        Ted Pickles says:

        (1) Mid Staffs: Labour Government ignored MP requests for public inquiry into deaths (The Telegraph, 17 Feb 2013) :

        “Former Health Secretaries Andy Burnham and Alan Johnson ignored 81 requests for a public inquiry into Mid Staffordshire NHS Trust in the two years after it was first warned of poor NHS care, it has emerged.”

        (2) Welsh NHS has worst waiting times in UK for life-saving diagnostic tests (The Guardian, Thursday 10 April 2014) :

        “Official figures show 42% of patients in Wales wait six weeks to be seen compared with just 1.8% in England”.

        “The Welsh Labour government has come under attack for its NHS record including ambulance waiting times and hospital death rates.”

        (3) The green taxes that add £112 to your energy bill (The Spectator, 10 October 2013):

        “Ed might have forgotten some of his climate change policies that put money on your energy bills – but it doesn’t matter – they might not be around for long.”


    • 200

      What is this mysterious bedroom tax, I have received no demand from HMCR ,the local authority seems to know nothing about it ,there has been nothing added to my council tax.
      Could someone please explain to me how it will be collected.


    • 209
      A whore says:

      This bedroom tax? Is it something I should pay?


    • 349
      Get real mofo says:

      I’d rather pay the “bedroom tax”, which does not exist, than the BBC tax which does.


      • 359
        Tax free tv says:

        So use your little head and just don’t pay it. There, not difficult was it?


        • 425
          Get real mofo says:

          £1,000 fine – Fuck off.


          • Tax free tv says:

            You stupid cvnt. Which dipstick comprehensive estate comp did you go to? Just ignore the letters that Crapita send you. Chuck them in the bin. Thousands and thousands of us do. You really are a wet wimp. And I bet you vote either Labour or Libdem.

            Look on the internet where you will find many ways of legally avoiding this pernicious levy.


          • Tax free tv says:

            * delete ‘comp'; insert ‘school’


          • Get real mofo says:

            It’s easy for anti-social mongs like you who live alone in shitty little bed-sit with nothing but p0rn for company – some of us have wives and children to consider too.


  48. 193
    Flabby tabs says:

    Read owl about it !! read owl about it!!

    Labour in meltdown to far to fast


  49. 197
    Guido"Six Bottle Lunch"Fawkes says:

    Gerry Conlon, who was wrongly convicted of the 1974 IRA Guildford pub bombing, dies aged 60 after a long illness.


    • 203
      The Craic says:

      In 2005, the then Prime Minister & War Criminal, Tony Blair issued a public apology to the Guildford Four and the Maguire Seven for the miscarriages of justice they had suffered.


    • 219
      Mycroft says:

      Watched the release on TV… sat next to me was a beautiful blonde, long legs, blue eyes and all was wonderful…

      She asked me… “Why are they called the Guildford Four?… they sound Irish to me!”

      Funny old world…


      • 360
        Scuse me while I shout says:



  50. 206
    Paddy Murphy says:

    Clare Daly

    RIP Gerry Conlon, a fantastic human rights activist who suffered a horrendous miscarriage of justice at the hands of the British state. Gerry played a key part in many campaigns for justice around the world and he will be greatly missed.


  51. 212
    Chuka ( you can call me Harrison ) Urmunneyaround says:


    • 229
      The British media are cunts says:

      We’re alright!


    • 236

      The traitor who spoke in the house of Lords on behalf of a foreign power while being in their pay !


    • 241
      socialism for the few says:

      I hate these scumbag, “solidarity with the workers”, hypocrites with a passion.


    • 370
      bergen says:

      Kinnock’s just made a speech supporting Milliband. He’s either determined for someone else to take his mantle of Labour’s Greatest Loser or it’s the Chairman of the football club’s infamous declaration of confidence in the manager.


  52. 212
    Mr Ed says:

    I’ve got a horrible feeling I’m not gonna get out of this alive. Life I mean.


  53. 215
    Len McCluskey says:

    “We are blogging here today to give a message to the political elite”


  54. 221
    Gerry and Martin says:

    We let him rot n jail


  55. 227

    @ EU Funded Pro EU Troll and anyone else interested in good philosophy.

    For every right there’s an obligation – John Searle

    n.b. I do not agree with everything he says but I do agree with his intellectual honesty which comes through in this article.

    …the idea that every human being, just in virtue of being a human being, has a right to adequate housing in a way that would impose an obligation on every other human being to provide that housing, that seems to me nonsense.

    See for yourself



    • 234
      mr sexybot says:

      i wuv u mr ticklemybum


    • 251
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.

      Hence we have the evil baastards on the left with their equal evil bastards on the right. Both are controlled by the establishment – do what the establishment order them to – like thieving from the public, lying to the public and for their criminal and fraudulent activity – they are given immunity from prosecution. Is this what Democracy is all about in Britain in the 21st Century – seems so – but … hang on a minute – their days are fucking numbered.


    • 253
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:


      heresaparrot or two

      It is commonly thought that we have theories and that they are tested by the facts. The opposite is true. We have theories and then we strive mightily to fit the facts into them, ignoring those that don’t quite work or reinterpreting them if we have to. The more we have at stake emotionally, the more pressing this task becomes.

      Cognitive dissonance explains a great deal. Take Gordon Brown. Some people believe that all the strife, all the difficulties he is encountering may lead him to give up. Cognitive dissonance suggests that the more trouble he is in, the more difficult things get, the harder he will work to convince himself that it is all worthwhile and that he is indispensible. His troubles make him less likely to resign, not more.

      Now look at the Central Park Jogger case. People suffered because mistakes were made. The police and the prosecution, believing themselves to be good people doing good work, could not reconcile this suffering with their view of themselves. So they insisted, they had to insist, that the teenagers were guilty. The facts challenged their theory of themselves, so the facts had to be reinterpreted. The Evans case is similar. The legal Establishment regarded itself as dispensing justice and the death of an innocent man didn’t fit. It became essential that he not be innocent, whatever the evidence.

      When groups – police, medics, politicians, social workers, the Family Court apparatus – get together, convinced of their own righteousness, the facts (like Timothy Evans) can go hang. They are certain that they are right, certain that they are just and often, you know, they really are. But when they are not, they will never ever admit it, digging themselves in more and more deeply.

      A local authority that has taken your children away can never admit it did so wrongly. And every fact that shows that it did needs to be twisted around until it shows that it didn’t. That is what is happening all the time, behind the closed doors of our Family Courts beyond scrutiny.

      There’s only one way out. That is to allow others, those without a stake in the righteousness of anyone, to shine a light on proceedings. Not to do so is inexcusable. It is an affront to justice and the rule of law.


      • 266
        Kulak betrayed by Marxists says:

        This is why we Invented the Jury.
        They are not part of the establishment but are part of our community. POWER TO THE PEOPLE.


    • 254
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Modbot 0 BW 1 – and its only the first half …


      • 262

        You should set up a wordpress blog and post these bits there and just a link here.

        That would solve the problem of the m0dB0t.

        You can do that anonymously using your nom de guerre: Recommend fixing up a gravatar and Twitter account also.

        Vote UKIP :-D


        • 276
          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          The absolute beauty of this situation is that – the powers that be – have ‘revealed their own dirty hand’

          for instance – that ‘they’ do ‘so react’ and attempt to stifle i from putting up such an article – is a far as i is concerned tantamount to their absolute admission – that they really, really, really are fucking desperately bothered about the content of said article.

          If ‘they’ had ‘nothing to hide’ as in truth / transparency and a whole lot more – why go to such lengths to ‘conceal’ the article?

          The answer is that – the truth is out there and they do NOT LIKE IT one bit. Nor do they like someone like i – who is a “KNOWN” dissident [I HATE ALL THE POLITICAL STOOGES THAT THE ESTABLISHMENT PUT UP AS ‘FRONTS’] IN THE uk who has them stitched up because their pigs ‘N LEGAL SHYSTERS stitched i up – ONLY i WAITED and then i “obtained more than enough evidence to silence them’ [Evidence which is not in total for here]

          What goes around comes around.


    • 259

      Good article.

      Searle’s point on housing reflects what is a more basic truth: that we are all individuals and only collectivise to increase survival odds in the physical environment in which we exist.

      Rights should only be defined for the individual which provide obligations for the individual. Access to material goods as a right should be ruled out immediately as that implicitly places a direct obligation on others.

      Provision of housing (and other basic tools of survival) by society (the collective) to individuals results from two basic drivers: Altruism (supply) and Selfishness (demand).

      Society’s collective altruism is expressed in the supply of basic needs to individuals, mainly weaker members of society, for selfish reasons: To deal with what would otherwise become a greater burden for the more able members of that society. It is a soft form of oppression, more politically acceptable that the concentration camp or the otherwise unignorable alternatives.

      Selfishness also drives the recipients side in accepting these gifts.

      There are some exceptions to that case, such as when housing is supplied to people who have some sort of disability either by birth or as a result of accident which prevents them from independently finding accommodation. Some will repay society by performing altruistic actions in return which is the only way a real balance can be found.

      In terms of defining rights, whilst no one should be barred access from obtaining the means of survival, there is no reason to unfairly burden society by defining supply as a right. Society will find its own balance of altruism driven selfishness alluded to above which it is comfortable with bearing in order to satisfy its own needs.

      A closer look at the UK welfare system reflects this dynamic quite well. In this case the provision of post War services such as the NHS, benefits system, public housing etc. was more to stabilize society in the post war years and preserve the political status quo for an otherwise disinterested ruling elite.

      That core dynamic has not really changed since, but its realization has evolved, as has the attendant propaganda and politic.

      With the ongoing EU integration, people are noticing that this implicit ‘social contract’ has been quietly altered: A harmonization of social provisions is taking place across the Eurozone. But why ?

      An obvious arbitrage opened thanks to the accession of not fully transitioned nations in Central and Eastern Europe, which has been causing the well known problems with poorer European migrants to the UK.

      More subtly, it should be noted that the UK was fully supportive of those accessions: It could have vetoed.

      There is a strong argument here that the UK Government – knowing what the effect would be – supported this in order to shift UK public opinion towards a reduction of social provisions in the UK: A strategy helped in part by the C’ommission itself, which for its trouble was negatively propagandized.

      That has deepened the dysfunction in the EU intergovernmental system and helped politicize further the C’ommission itself – particularly on its position with respect i’mmigration.

      This is quite a way from the original point, but something to consider:

      One of the pillars of single market membership guarantees the free movement of people.

      Granting that as a ‘fundamental right’ implicitly grants a material rights for an individual. This places burden on all member States within the EU as member States have no influence over the number of people that may enter their jurisdictions from abroad and are compelled to provide material benefits under EU law in line with their own societal norms.

      This creates the situation of undetermined obligations for EU member States, something which member States cannot plan for. It also shifts the status quo balance which the native populations are happy with, creating tension that leads to political polarization in response to unexpected social problems becoming visible.

      To Searle’s point, if housing was granted as a basic human right, looking at the problems which free movement alone has caused in the EU, it would have a very negative effect on whichever society was obligated to uphold that right.

      Vote UKIP :-D


      • 285

        Glad you appreciated that. I suspected you would.

        There is an Absolute Idealism, rather redolent of Bernard Bosanquet, in some of your remarks – which he might have described as speculative philosophy.

        As an Idealist myself, your position on society steers slightly further towards a communitarian position than mine does. My cultural focus is drawn slightly more from the individualist side but probably not as far as many others here, perhaps including our esteemed host.

        Searle, whom I have followed for some three decades with great interest now, has been generally apolitical but with earlier leanings towards the Democrats, which actually makes him more powerful for me to quote from my point of view of being an obvious member from the right of the old political spectrum.

        To give a petty example I hold that, in a civilised society, if someone pays for goods, then they have a better case for possession than from those who steal them. As a fortunate holder of some works of fine art, I regard myself as custodian, rather than owner. Nothing is for ever. But I may need to sell them to pay for health treatment for myself or my family at some point.

        Your digression is most interesting. But it came about partly because of Major’s term and partly because of Blair/Brown.

        You indicate an ulterior motive which I suspect you attribute to the latter. Despite this, I have to say that it does not appear to be Brownian despite the fact that he was Chancellor for all the time he was not Prime Minister.

        Nevertheless, if you agree with this assessment, are you making the point that:

        1. he was unaware of what he was committing himself to? Or
        2. he was aware but did not foresee the consequences? Or
        3. he actually wanted to shift UK public opinion towards a reduction of social provisions?

        All are, of course, hugely problematic but I do not see other options at level 4. and above.

        Finally, agree on the last point.

        Oh! Vote UKIP :-D


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          I do not think the political side of government led the modification of the social contract. No politician would want to touch that with a bargepole as they know it will guarantee loss of a seat.

          H’arman I recall was a front runner years back – even she was quickly forced to back down and then the issue ‘went away’. It is now happening with the buck being passed somewhat disingenuously to the EU.

          To your point though on the political enablers: Signing of Ma’astricht, and the Treaties up to L’isbon. That encompasses Major through present.

          Would point the finger firmly towards the civil service itself, and those that really influence it: That by the way is the State in this case.

          One subtle point that is overlooked is that the UK civil service has been put in a position of subservience to the real civil service that now exists in B’russels. The UK civil service knows that its power has been reduced, and that it will eventually be downsized if the UK remains in Europe. Once Europe Federalizes there is no need for such a heavy weight and redundant bureaucracy to remain in the UK.

          Federalization provides a means of reducing costs of governance in this way – another powerful case in its favour, but also a source of resistance from established member State services.

          I did have in mind post-War UK society more when writing above, and society through the lens of civic nationalism now.

          The UK Welfare state is seen by many as being part of UK national identity – that should place the context above community.

          Vote UKIP :-D


          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            United (Marxist)




          • When you use the term “Social Contract”, do you mean it in the Rousseauian sense? That is rather important to interpreting what you say.

            Whilst I appreciate that the Civil Service is a force of its own, the buck does not stop with them. A principled leader will deal with them, maybe not completely but with a greater amount of effectiveness.

            One has to know where one is pointing in the first place. That leaves a definite problem with the present PM.

            I understand better the temporal scale of your viewpoint now. But, just like the BBC, I would suggest its slant to collectivism greatly increased from the 70s.

            On your last point the view, however widespread, is only valid if it is backed up by some reality. Of course it is not. Rather it is a chimera, a vague promise at best which is holding together in a less and less convincing way as time marches by.

            So in a sense it cannot transcend community in any meaningful way…

            Vote UKIP :-D


    • 345
      Winston's Black Dog says:

      That’s enlightened self-interest, which I agree with.

      Calling it philosophy is perhaps a little grandiose, and whether it is or isn’t doesn’t matter anyway.


  56. 248
    Viperous Old Vince says:


  57. 252
    Owl-f Garnett says:

    Yasmin Ard-Done-by-Brown…….you SILLY OLD MOO!
    That Fabricant looks like a bumsex marriage advocate but he’s alright in my book if ee’s a froat-punchah


  58. 255
    Bill de Burgh says:

    I must say, I’m enjoying today’s cavalcade of laughter as always, but it’s a disappointment when Diane Abbott hasn’t called anyone a waaaycist in 45 seconds/three posts


    • 273
      Deanna Fatbot does not disappoint says:

      You sir, are a waaaycist.

      How’s that !


    • 305
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Bill – if you are a white ‘ordinary’ bloke from the streets [not an elite fucking ‘owned’ politician] you and yours are considered as the ‘Zero benchmark’ from where all others get their protection and immunity from being prosecuted – work on the CONTENT of the comment herein.


    • 351
      Diane Abbott says:



  59. 263
    James Delingpole says:

    BBC Promise to have 1 in 7 Staff from Ethnic Minorities slammed as ‘Completely Racist’


    A new BBC policy of positive discrimination has been criticised as “completely racist” and “PC tokenism that makes people’s blood boil”.


  60. 268
    Jasmin Silly Cow says:

    I could have cried when I heard Fabricant had threatened JA-B with violence.

    I want all Tory MPs dead.


  61. 271
    Bill de Burgh says:

    What with the degree to which the opinions of Y A-Brown are discussed here, there and elsewhere, likewise the quantity of air-time and column-inches she commands, I see precious little racism as regards her ability to get heard. So much so, that if I was going to associateb an -ism with her name, it would likely be “favouritism”-!!
    She doesn’t command any inches of my column however


    • 303
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      She is just another ‘bought and paid for establishment dupe’ – not that she would or could recognise a fact when it hits her in her throat.


  62. 272
    Education, Edyerkayshun, Eddyookaashun says:


  63. 274
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:


    • 279
      Cinna says:

      Clegg…the gift that keeps on giving.

      Listem matey if they haven’t the savvy to learn these things for themselves then someone is going to have to teach them. He’ll be complaint next that schools are being infiltrated by white extremists, teaching the kids all about concepts of fair play and keeping a stiff upper lip.


    • 281

      Why not teach them about European values instead ?

      The articles enshrined in the ECHR are the only fundamental beliefs that modern Europe requires the next generation to know.

      Vote UKIP :-D


    • 294
      south of the M4 says:

      Moderate Muslims would understand. The fact that it has to be expressed in this manner, does this mean that we have a dearth of moderate Muslims? That would mean we have a ……


    • 310
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Oi Clegg – i don’t want sharia fucking law and i don’t want fucking Beth D’in Law either. Get your arse in gear you Orange / City O London / Vatican loving DUPE.


      • 363
        Scuse me while I shout says:

        He is fucking Dutch for God’s sake. What the fuck would he know about British values. Send this cvnt back home on the next plane and don’t let him come back either.


  64. 280
    Kinnochio says:




    • 288
      Labour's supporters are cunts says:

      Vindictive agenda?

      Like Labour’s vindictive agenda to flood the UK with anti-white anti-British homophobic sexist anti-democratic Muzzie c*nts, just to “rub the Right’s nose in diversity”?

      Any nasty little c*nt who puts up a “Vote Labour” poster in your area at the next election needs to have their home burned down.

      Break their fucking legs. Kill them.


    • 401
      Wishful Thinker says:

      “I was explaining my ideas to him when-Oh Gawd, he just, like…had a fit and died in my arms!


  65. 286
    The Hague Court says:

    South Africa Business – “regret never having supported a campaign to try Blair for war crimes.”

    Blair’s legacy article http://www.bdlive.co.za/opinion/columnists/2014/06/20/tony-blairs-legacy
    The following extract is so amazing since it includes statement:

    “It is widely accepted that Tony Blair’s government featured some desperately ill people, from alcoholics to bulimics to paranoiacs to manic depressives and cross-dressers caught gagging on orange balls in public lavatories — the era of sneering, awful, liberals from Jack Straw to Claire Short to Peter Hain.
    But Blair, particularly over Iraq, was the worst of them all: not only is he responsible for the 179 deaths; the £9bn cost; the thousands of maimed young — but New Labour’s legacy will be revealed by fuel poverty and by young British Jihadis who will return from Syria or Iraq to their home country with the express purpose of mass murder.

    Despite political volatility factored into oil pricing, there is only so much the markets can absorb before it all goes piss in a kettle: when it does — which it will — we will deeply regret never having supported a campaign to try Blair for war crimes.


    • 287
      Labour's illegal war cost 100,000 lives and then some says:

      “not only is he responsible for the 179 deaths”



  66. 289

    So this DG c*unt (why is every one of the buggers a c*unt?), Lord Hall at the BBC, wants one in seven to be effnick.

    So BBC wants to do a Roots-type programme based in West Africa. This means that six in seven Africans will have to be white!

    That will work well, won’t it?

    Have black people, if they are good and apt. Have white people on the same basis. Yellow too. Just choose on the basis of whether they are good and apt.

    But for fuck’s sake stop these ludicrous and artificial quotas. It does not fucking work and never will!


    • 300

      European TV is purer, and doesn’t carry BBC brainwashing.

      If you don’t know the language you get a good opportunity to learn a new one !

      Just sayin’

      Vote UKIP :-D


      • 311
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        The real SC knows where the article went up last year “IN FULL” – look in and around south wales for a flying vet.


      • 317
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        BTW – i am actually taking the rise out of the establishment and their msm frontmen. They damned well know who i am – as do many in the msm – save that there are so many Rsoles of little intelligence commenting on here.

        Smears – are the last desperate defence of the guilty.


      • 332

        TBF I am a very poor speaker of some five languages apart from English. The universal experience of TV is dire and I simply no longer watch it anywhere. I will download anything that is really interesting.

        That sometimes makes it difficult to follow some of the cultural references but I can easily adapt to new words with the net. Sometimes I even use them, if I think they are good or apt.

        But my horror at the brainwashing on BBC leaves me with very little appetite to view anything. It is no different in either of the counties where I maintain a presence in Europe.

        Indeed, it is a matter of some pride that I regard myself as much less influenced to propaganda than I was when I lived in the UK.

        Purer does not necessarily mean better, here in Europe. That is not a defence of channel4 or BBC BTW.

        Vote UKIP :-D


        • 343

          Purer in the rac!al sense.

          Am trying to be positive about European Stuff (playing to the moniker) but find Euro-TV unwatchable. TV is a waste of time.

          Euro News networks are different – but that is online and not for an entire 30min dose of propaganda with a quirky story at the end followed by a prediction of how the weather will not be tomorrow.

          Something you won’t get from TV – but a good question to look at:

          Is history rhyming in !raq with ISIS – comparing the ISIS insurgency from Syr!a -> !raq with that which took place involving ex-!raq Ba’athists in 2004. Seems to be.

          Followed up with: Could the Avtobaza and/or S’nowden leaks explain why the US is unable to locate ISIS positions reliably in !raq with UAVs ?

          With a final quirky twist: When did the US figure out that they were actually handing intel direct to R’ussia during the previous !raq war ? When did the UK figure that out ?

          O’bama’s strategy perhaps become more clear if you figure that the US needed to switch to a covert / proxy war footing.

          Vote UKIP :-D


          • Hmmm.

            Lot of questions here but to start on the last point, I have little to no faith in “intelligence” (interpret at will) since 1. The fall of Communism and 2. The discovery that Saddam was bluffing about WMD.

            Intelligence has been as leaky as a sieve for as long as laptops have been around. It seems that no organisations are safe from their own geeks, let alone those who come in to maintain stuff.

            So the answer to the penultimate paragraph could be a very long time.

            My knowledge is not good enough even to venture a guess on Avtobaza but I pride myself in being one of the earliest in supporting Snowden, when it was not the fashion.

            History always rhymes when folks will not learn from it. Santayana again. Nobody even cares.

            Have already covered the early ground.

            Vote UKIP :-D


          • Remember when UK gave a load of phones to help the Syr!an rebels out ?

            Avtobaza sale to Syria helped destroy the Command and Control value of those:


            Probably why they ended up being used to make propaganda flicks for uTube :-)

            If S’nowden got the right sort of intel out – it would certainly increase the value of the Avtobaza in the field.

            I do sometimes wonder if S’nowden is just a Macguffin to cover for the fact that R’ussian defence technology has jumped ahead of the US – specifically in the ELINT field and missile defence fields – and to provide pre-text for reducing US defence expenditure and increase the authoritarian tone of government.

            Europe has certainly tried to milk S’nowden for maximum gain – and failed.

            Vote UKIP :-D


          • We have all had the sort of friend who trades on your good nature time after time. Eventually and with much reluctance, you just say fuck it! No more!

            That is how I now view the USA. I love them as people but they have leaned on us and then shat on us when it suits their purpose. A once frequent visitor, I have not been over there since Nov/Dec2001. Immediately after 9/11, you may note. The airline phoned me and said they understood if I wanted to cancel. I told them Hell No, I am not letting a handful of terrorists stop me!

            But now feel as I do as they bank it all and then give nothing back.

            Friendship is not what it was. It is merely an expedient. Ephemeral even before the African took office.


          • The problem is that people confuse alliance with partnership and don’t understand the exact meanings.

            Am not sure exactly where the UK stands with US at present: After the mess that B’ush / B’lair created, when O’bama came in he must have spent the first 6 months in WTF mode. He probably still has at least 1 WTF moment per day due to stuff dating from that era. His recent nuanced expression of Foreign Policy doctrine – ‘Don’t do stupid sh*t’ – certainly speaks more of a Commander in Chief still cleaning up a B’ush / B’lair sized mess, whilst picking up serious flak for that mess domestically.

            O’bama’s first experience of a UK PM was G’ordon B’rown – The Prime Mentalist experience is not conducive to super positive Anglo-American relations: Cameron I do not think is really O’bama’s kind of guy either.

            The UK is equally capable of dumping others in the soup if it chooses to – and does. L’abour did significantly weaken the UK’s ability to do that – which maybe explains some antipathy towards the US.

            Throw in an angry Bear, a dodgy Panda, the EU and a bunch of loonies in the ME hell bent on surfing mushroom clouds to paradise – UK is kind of down the list of priorities for your friendly neighbourhood super power – especially when the UK can only offer Common Purpose mind-f*cks and PR spin as constructive contributions to major geopolitical problems around the world.

            Incidentally – fixing UK-USA relations is another excellent reason to:

            Vote UKIP :-D

            (Many in America love Nigel as well !!)


          • Britain has long had a relationship based on historical similarities with USA which have at times become fixated on historical differences. Eisenhower with the Suez crisis and the invasion of Granada are amongst the low points on this line but the second did not create the bitterness of the first. However, the similarities had always more than triumphed.

            This has been borne out by a realisation that when push comes to shove, we have acted with deeds where the others, and I cite France in particular, have only reacted with Mr Finewords Butterno Parsnips (h/t Bernard Levin). Clinton was much faster than Obama here and realised it within a few months. Obama has never got there.

            Obama has taken things into an entirely new arena. He has used the resentment of Empire by using coloured bitterness in a not dissimilar way to Diane Abbott. Way out of historical aptness but it plays to the gallery. A president is supposed to be above that and is also supposed to know the intervening history. One imagines he was also resentful of Thatcher but, even with his verbal superfluidity, he could not quite patch something together so has ignored her period almost completely except to express crass views about the Falklands – as if there was a parallel with Roots.

            Agree it did not help our case that the Maximum Imbecile was PM when he took the presidency but Obama had already signalled his course well in advance of that. But in strategic thinking terms, Obama is merely a more finessed Brown, i.e. nowhere. Outside of the creation of a tax monster, what has he really accomplished? Sweet FA!

            Also agree completely with the Common Purpose infiltration but, you will be the first to admit, it is not confined to the UK. That it has taken root in the way it has betrays the intellectual poverty of the last four PMs and the mantra that Perception is the New Reality.

            As to fixing UK-USA relations, whilst immensely desirable, more of the superficial BollocksSpeak is simply not going to endure.

            BTW When you previously used the term “Social Contract”, did you mean it in the Rousseauian sense?

            Vote UKIP :-D


          • They have been bringing in the Cultural Marxism stuff that Europe has been plagued with over there. IMHO it is to make pan-America more compatible politically with pan-Europa.

            This is not directly down to O’bama. For instance – he was not responsible for the changes in the University System’s over there which started promoting the Diversity agenda: That came in during the 90s and under B’ush. However, that, and some of the other changes in the education system have had the effect you note – and indeed contributed to O’bama’s successful election.

            The broad effect is the introduction of collectivist multi-culturalism to the US which is changing their society from melting pot into mosaic. That is making it a bit more like C’anada – which is significant. C’anada still is one of the most rac!st nations on that continent. It is also a Federal Monarchy.

            As for the race stuff in US: The latest Redskins issue exposes what is going on there.

            1st Amendment is under attack. A feature is what constitutes unprotected speech. As certain words become considered ‘fighting’ words – or ones which can ‘incite’ if used – they can become unprotected. One cannot deny that through media hype and changes in how multiculturalism is taught the frame of reference is shifting.

            This Supreme Court decision of 1992 I think is in the cross hairs for the Useful Idiots of Cultural Marxism:


            Most folk see ‘Social Contract’ in the Rousseauian sense, but the reality in the UK is that the contract has been set and is controlled by the ‘Monarch’. Both senses were used. That explains why tension is arising as people mistakenly consider what is set by their will is changed by the ‘Monarch’.

            As for the rest: An alliance is simply a relationship based on similar interests / nature / qualities. As those change so does the nature of the alliance.

            UK Government misleading UK people by propagandising that arrangement as something else is not a problem for the US. Elements which seek to exploit the mis-perceptions in order to weaken the alliance are not acting in the interests of either party.

            Shouldn’t be any mis-conception. But UK and US still do cooperate at a high levels quite well, albeit less publicly now.

            The core of that alliance is intelligence sharing and military: The intel side is the special part and that is under strain as it has been directly under attack by others lately.

            Vote UKIP :-D


  67. 291
    Can the Guardian shine some light says:

    How the heck did both Milibands get selected for North England seats when they both hailed from London and no where else.


  68. 292
    Yuk says:


  69. 304
    Chuk's Brownie Points says:


    • 321
      Cinna says:

      We’ve got extremists infiltrating the Brownies now…


      • 340
        So I hear .. says:

        Are the brownies in Streatham brownies?


        • 364
          Scuse me while I shout says:

          Used to be known as the Woodcraft Folk back in the day. Still, I suppose the local branch of MI5 know all about these nefarious activities on the common. Brownies on day-release should be out learning the differences between mushrooms and toadstools (you know, like the ones all the fairies sit on).


      • 399
        Diane Abbott says:





    • 356

      Oh my god WAFFEN BROWNIES!!!


    • 408
      haddock says:

      they look mostly whiteys to me… where are the brownies ? This is in Streatham not rural Devon.


  70. 322
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Bircham Dyson Bell Hodge – your time is coming.


  71. 329
    Diane Fatbott says:

    When Ed is Prime Minister, Dustbin Alibaba Brown and I will have Last Night at the Proms scrapped completely.

    It’s far too wwwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaacccciiiisssttt.


    • 336
      Muslim R@pe Gang News says:


      • 353
        Diane Abbott says:



      • 355
        SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        Nick Griffin,seeks to defend young white girls against mass rape by muslims.


      • 371
        Harriet HARM-man. Father Killer says:



        • 382
          Jack 'in the box' Dromey says:


          • David Blunderket says:

            Jack Straw’s brother guilty of sex assault (The Independent, Friday 08 September 2000):

            “Home Secretary Jack Straw’s brother has been convicted of the indecent assault of a 16-year-old girl”.

            “William Straw, 47, had denied assaulting the girl at her home in the Bramcote area of Nottingham in April this year at a Nottingham Magistrates Court hearing”.

            Straw’s brother on sex register (BBC, Friday, 8 September, 2000).


          • I hate Amy Rutland says:

            I hate Amy Rutland (the Labour supporting blonde chinless little girl in the audience) for accusing UKIP of scaremongering the vulnerable people for their votes. But she fails to acknowledge that the Labour Party has always been scaremongering the British Public for their votes during their time in power and in opposition.


          • Matt Condell says:


          • I hate progressive socialists says:

            I hate it when Labour and the BBC (British Bashing C***s) try to shut any debate:

            Uncontrolled Mass Immigration = Racists + Xenophobic

            Divided Communities/Ethnic Segregation = Multiculturalism + Diversity

            Support state Grammar/Faith/Private schools = Elitists

            Young Crime, Violence & Disorder = Anti-Social Behaviour + ASBO

            A Gang of Muslims Paedophiles = A Gang of Asian Men.

            Girls who are subjected to intimidation, slavery & physical/sexual abuse = Labour Councils hiding problem + charge the gang for sexual grooming/activity (once everyone finds out) + soft sentences + future voters. This occurred in Rochdale, Rotherham, Oldham & Telford.

            Support or have a successful private business that employs local people = Capitalists + Raise Corporation Tax + Add more Bureaucracy (red tape).

            Violent Criminals, Radicalised clerics/terrorists, forced marriages, ritual beating/murders = Misunderstood + Freedom Fighters + Apply Human Right Act (protect from deportation) + future voters.

            If non-Muslim people oppose gay marriage = Homophobic.

            UKIP (old school conservative movement) connecting to more people than LibLabCon = ‘Far-Right’ Party according to the BBC + lets attack them.

            Sex Predators Jimmy Saville & Gary Glitter = BBC Icons + Deserve Knighthood + Royal Treatment.

            Birmingham’s Labour Council covering (for many years) Islamic Trojan Schools = Blame the ConLib Coalition Government + pretend that we were not involved in this.


  72. 333
    Yasmin Alibhai Brown says:



  73. 366
    albacore says:

    Ain’t it sweet to see the BBC
    Busting its guts for diversity?
    But slightly short on validity
    While still it troughs off the licence fee
    If it had any sincerity
    In propagandising you and me
    The market place is where it would be
    Earning its keep and leaving us free
    To pay for just what we want to see
    (Though then its employment guarantee
    Might lack a little longevity)



  74. 374
    Boot out the Conservative led coalition in 2015 says:

    Tory policy in brief. If in doubt play the man not the ball. Suspect Crosby & Guido Fawkes have peaked too soon on the smearing of Ed Miliband.


  75. 379
    Herr Junkers says:

    Dear Mr.Cameron,

    The 3000kg item has your name painted on it and is all ready to be delivered. would yo prefer that it is dropped on your residence in Oxfordshire, or straight through the roof of No.10 ?

    Please advise asap, because it is about to detonate.


    • 386
      Camp Sub-Commandant Cameron says:

      Dive dive dive !


    • 436
      ... a thing of rags and patches... says:

      Sorry, old chap, but Ramadan starts in a day or two so you’ll just have to wait as my principal advisers will be on leave until about the end of July. Please look after it carefully for us in the meantime.


  76. 381
    Herr Uber says:

    Latest YouGov / Sunday Times: Labour lead at 6
    Con 32%,
    Lab 38%,
    LD 8%,
    UKIP 14%;

    Cal an Uber Taxi for Prime Minister David Cameron please.


    • 384
      P l e b says:

      The tabloids reported precisely zero about Miliband’s policies on rents, housebuilding, scrapping the bedroom tax, energy prices, and much else during the local election campaign, but the daily mail did find time to publish nine different photos of Miliband eating a sandwich. Part of the motivation is Leveson, and this is an interesting test of whether a Labour leader can win against the press


    • 389
      Betrayer says:

      The Con-Lab choice depends very much on the circumstances in which the voter is living.
      Most voters have a visceral dislike for immigration because it sucks at the life blood, but if a voter’s job prospects increase correspondingly with volume of “bodies”, whatever damage the excess is doing to the fabric of the space-time continuum immigrants will, no doubt be seen as a means to an end, with that sort of self-interested voter already living in a nice neighbourhood or aspiring to move to one.
      British people are completely hypocritical, which is why they are in their current mess.
      They will always vote for short-term gains offered to them by careerist politicians. They deserve Miliband.


  77. 390
    ghee wiz says:

    Reading the Breitbart piece and the BBC’s suggestion to promote ethnic minorities using 1 in 7 recrutment dryve I wonder if all could be achieved with just the addition of one much loved program that was cancelled in the past as a reasonable compromise for all interested parties..
    Not that I would or can watch the BBC [or ITV] {now that the satellite beam passes over our heads making reception impossible} but surely just the return of a revamped ‘The Blick and Off-White Minstrel Show 2014′ would kill two birds with one stone.
    One hour a week and all boxes would be ticked.


    • 395
      Diane Abbott says:

      MINSTREL SHOW??????




      • 431
        ... a thing of rags and patches... says:

        God you really are a stupid ignorant fat cow.

        For your info, Fatty, a minstrel is simply a singer and can be male, female, black, white, yellow or bright cream cheese green.

        Kindly fuck off back to Jamaica. We have more than enough idiots of our own to contend with.


  78. 391
    Jumbo says:

    Yeah, as if The Guardian’s going to influence its demented readership. Either of them.


  79. 392
    Anonymous says:

    Labour Party fund raiser Owen Jones once again raising money for the Labour Party. He’s wearing a Labour Party badge too. Sky and BBC need to stop passing him off as an honest critic ,he’s not.


  80. 394
    Great unsolved mysteries of the post-democratic age says:

    How come broadsheets don’t feature page-3 girls ?


  81. 397
    P l e b says:

    People who think the Sun is a newspaper are the real problem.


  82. 403
    the mystical mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    human person survives by theft. By violent action the criminal tears the fruit from the tree and the child animal from the mother taking life and consuming its energy so that it might survive.
    Religious thinkers advocate compassion in theft, mostly.


    • 405
      the mystical mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

      Religious thinkers who think human has a special right to thievery of life should reconsider and address issues of compassion for all life.


  83. 404
    Diane Abbott says:




    • 406
      Throat Punch says:

      So England’s last game against Costa Rice becomes a meaningless waste of time.Bit like the other two really then.


      • 410
        Diane Abbott says:

        COSTA RICE!!!!??????





        • 416
          SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:



          • Diane Abbott says:

            BROWN RICE??????




          • ... a thing of rags and patches... says:

            .. and black rice is sold in my local deli – and burnt rice may be had at the local Asian take away.

            Tim Rice and Pat Rice had no comment.

            The twunt who is posting as our favourite Hippo really must have been dropped on its head as it emerged from the mothering birth canal.


  84. 407
    I blame Thatcher says:

    Man arrested on suspicion of postal vote fraud after being stopped with a ‘car boot full of voting forms’ http://fw.to/qXn1OCE


  85. 409
    RED LEN says:


  86. 413
    More reasons to get out of the EU says:

    Poland on the Marr show telling Britain what to do.

    Why have our politicians at Westminster placed us into such a position? Work with Poland as a Sovereign nation by all means, take orders from Poland NO WAY.


    • 428
      Taxpayer funded astroturfing EU Troll says:

      Poland to replace Scotland in the UK.


    • 434
      ... a thing of rags and patches... says:

      Gutless Cameron is slowly but surely bring this country to the boil. It will not be very pleasant once 100*C is reached. Someone should tell him to listen to the people and not the fucking little illiterate ignorant wonks employed in his back offices.


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