June 22nd, 2014

Chuka Talks Trash About Cyber-Kippers

On the Marr Show this morning Chuka Umunna claimed voters feel disconnected from mainstream politics because they don’t know how to send emails or browse the internet and that “a lot of those voting for Ukip” in the European elections were not computer literate and can’t do things like use email or browse the internet. Note he didn’t say they couldn’t manage to vote in greater numbers than Labour supporters…

Evidence that Chuka is talking trash can be found all over the internet. This is particularly striking:

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How does Chuka explain that?


417 Comments

  1. 1
    Anonymous says:

    What a Hoon

    Liked by 1 person

    • 19
      Diane Abbott says:

      YOU STUPID WHITE WAAAAAYCIST!

      Liked by 1 person

    • 26
      Lying....It is second nature to a Lefty says:

      Chuka is full of Shit.

      It is a shame as he started off OK but since Mandelson became his mentor Lying has become second nature to Chuka, so much so he probably doesn’t even realise he is lying.

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    • 35
      Chuka's weekend (Cardiff Terror Uni off limmits) says:

      Chuka took a train ride to Wales on Friday. He had a shadow cabinet meeting in a noisy American aircraft engine factory, then went to Cardiff airport and saw a giant bag. On Saturday he met up with the Streatham Brownies to teach them about women’s rights and today he uttered a load of garbage on the BBC and Andrew Marr said “OK” just to shut him up and move on to his next guest.

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      • 352
        Chukkamoneyatit. says:

        I can get away with talking the most ridiculous balls on BBC as on the Andrew Marr show because they will never question my non existent “facts” for we are all comrades together to defeat the nasty Tory Party.
        I am also a dab hand at changing Wikipedia and my 1 in 5 quote came from my friend Owen Jones who as you know is full of facts such as the median wage in Britain is £22000 as he told BBC last week.
        YOU could not make it up, BUT I CAN.

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    • 37
      Chuka's weekend (Cardiff Terror Uni off limmits) says:

      I GIVE UP….wots the latest N WORD?

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    • 47
      askgod. Bhagwad Gita, Bible says:

      we were written by god.
      The lady from Berlin lved on lime water. Now we hear about church mosque and synagogue . all in one building. Energy comes from outside the house. siesta in spain…why not at the house of parliament. M.P’s should only come in for a nap. 1 hoir max. 2pm. otherwise…

      This was a public service broadcast on behalf of ” keep the Mp’s out of the house”

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      • 331
        Grand Master, Grand Lodge, Great Queen Street says:

        All the Brothers too Handy. Jahbulon.

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        • 365
          Jordan's boobs enjoys the be bike ride. spiced up says:

          am man.
          sfa approved Blair has something about the man deal about him.

          sfa website is kinda non existent.
          enter the sca also know as the financial conduct authority.
          bit didgy this for dodgy dave.

          although blair has been on vinod khosla yautchwauch , what’s a million quid?

          t leads to f.
          sa leads to ca.

          no worries leads to worr

          to bypass the James Dean syndrome down in the Sindh valley.
          just have a cock (“oh you are so fruity” mr opaluppal”)

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      • 353
        Nick Cleggover says:

        Don’t worry Handycock I will protect you as I have for the last 4 years.
        After all I also have sown wild oats.

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    • 55
      Bongo Bingo says:

      In Fact

      Chuka saying that UKIP voters are not able to use the email is far far worse than Bloom’s BongoBongo land as Chuka meant his remark and Bloom was just using a phrase that was and ius common parlance in his age group.

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      • 58
        Jungle Telegraph v MSM says:

        Given that the Jungle drums and the Email are both forms of communication. Is Chuka saying that Kippers can not communicate unlike what native tribes can?

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        • 355
          Tribal Witch Doctor - read my bones says:

          Chukabrick constantly shows that the old adage about taking the African out of the bush etc etc is very true.

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      • 96
        Beach blanket bongo says:

        Anyone who thinks “computer literate” means using email and browse the Internet is computer illiterate.

        Liked by 1 person

        • 102
          Scary Fact of the Day says:

          There are just over 16,000 ICT (computer studies) teachers in England and Wales. Only a small number of them know how to program computers.

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        • 359
          Cor Blimey says:

          It is in Westminster especially with Labour MP’s which is why their young bag carriers have the MP’s modern phones.

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      • 159

        Can I use the phrase Ouagadougou Land .

        Don t spike me Guido — it really IS the capital of Burkino Faso
        ( West of which is little place called Pissy )

        Straight up — look at the map !!

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    • 62
      ancientpopeye says:

      Duh, I don’t know, I don’t vote UKIP.

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    • 70
      Begsy Brown says:

      Again Chukka shows his middle class prejudice

      At what point will he realise “you aren’t allowed in the club” attitude is out of date

      Football is no longer a working class sport

      Middle class families with £300 sparea month pretend they are working class on a Saturday afteroon

      You only have too look at the amount of wolves fans who are in Waitrose on their way home from the match

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    • 71
      Mycroft says:

      The internet and in particular the Internet Forums and Blogs are very much UKIP territory.

      The Semi-evolved Simian is talking shite.

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      • 82
        The two Muppets says:

        I am not a UKIP supporter , but to insult them by saying that they are
        not computer literate is disgraceful . What an arrogant prat .

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        • 95
          Mycroft says:

          It’s a low-level bit of excuse mongering.

          I would genuinely expect that the guy has been told something similar by an advisor (a sort moral boosting “UKIP-ers are pigshit thick” sort of thing) and he swallowed it hook, line and sinker without stopping to think or check.

          It’s good for us.

          It is a dirty game, this was just a speck compared to what will come out as we run up to the GE.

          The trick is to not try to flick every speck off your shoulder but wait and sweep a lot off, it is better to make a fuss only occasionally and do it effectively than to continually cry foul at every little falsehood.

          To be honest with you I think that to a very large extent the other parties are still floundering as to how to lay a glove on us, they are still smarting that all the negative campaigning prior to the recent elections only served to bolster our support.

          There are wrinkles that can be exploited but they can’t do so without causing deeper problems for their own core vote as it would defect.

          The Labour hope is that they can attract more defecting LDs than they lose core male votes to UKIP, that is the core reason CU was given the snippet he pronounced on TV, the ‘coming’ idea from Labour is without doubt to promote the ‘idea’ that only the ignorant would vote UKIP, it will form a substantial part of the Labour campaign.

          It is good that O-O highlighted this and I’m sure UKIP as a body will have something in hand at the time to kill it at birth.

          Labour being moronic in inclination will run with the still-born idea right up to the election, doing themselves more harm than good.

          Happy days, CU is good for us, his utterances bolster our support, he speaks only to those already in the fold, he can’t pull votes from across the divide and that above all means he is like his boss, the very effable ED, who couldn’t convince anyone from outside his bubble.

          I relish the coming GE, the competition is vulnerable, venal and vexed… great days ahead.

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          • Beach blanket bongo says:

            Well said. And as someone with two degrees, I’m very happy to be thought “thick” by Labour. God, I’d hate to be thought otherwise by them. Vote UKIP :)

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          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            Perhaps i could throw this into the political melting pot as well – maybe it was decreed at the recent Blubber Building Bergers meeting that they have sanctioned CU as their ‘reserve’ candidate. After all didn’t the BBs plan the insertion of O bambi to appease a growing threat and having done that; have they now decided among their small coterie of ninkompoops to do ‘t same in the UK?

            Ah di dums … to all these BB plans – they “had it all sown up” – B4 the net came along …

            Sweet justice for the good people i’d say.

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          • Mycroft says:

            The net is a discrete medium, you remain largely anonymous.

            This allows people to voice an opinion that might be jumped upon in mixed company by various voices of the left or more realistically might put you in fear of alienation or worse still retribution, so as the net grows the leaning of individuals is toward the right.

            These individuals find voice on Forums and Blogs.

            Bastions of the media are in the opposite direction, positively promoting many causes of the left.

            So, on one side we have the left leaning Bastardo Broadcasting Company and their fellow travellers and on the right the vast majority of UK net users that form small groups of right leaning politics right across this Country.

            That is how it is for the male net user.

            Women are generally more caring and have a greater sympatico than us guys and they tend to try to ‘out-do’ each other as being more caring where we men try to out-hitler each other.

            You don’t see many Miss Internets calling to hang a shoplifter but that is not the case with guys.

            It is why Cameron is the way he is, he is trying to appeal to the female vote, hence the Gay marriage thing, it’s a clever tack into the wind of female support.

            UKIP has as yet failed to grasp a kinder meme that takes hold, that is why Diane James and a few others need to be made more prominent and I guess they will be as the GE approaches.

            There are ways to ameliorate the major effect of the other parties trying for the ‘concerned’ vote, but it is an issue for us.

            I don’t have an answer or resolution for that, my guess is that would come from a female UKIPer.

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          • Chukkus Summoracism says:

            There are a couple of publicly funded academics who wrote telegraph articles before the MSM got together after the euro elections and decided to deny UKIP “the oxygen of publicity”.

            Robert Ford and Matthew Goodwin
            Their articles were headed UKIPWatch

            The basis of their spiel was that white working class were thick and therefore racist.

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      • 161

        OSCAR FLYWHEEL OF FLYWHEEL SHYSTER AND FLYWHEEL ATTORNEYS AT LAW , HOBOKEN NEW YORK .

        Very harsh sir — indeed libellous .

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    • 108
      Bosun Higgs says:

      Lest we forget:

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    • 134

      CHUKKA SAYS

      lies damn lies and Fawkes fabricated ststistics !!

      ( probably fabricated by Fabricant(ers ) new crown ! )

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    • 197
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Did someone mention Hoon / Bircham Dyson Bell and Chilcot?

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    • 199
      Lee Casper says:

      (1) Embarrassment for rising star of Labour and betting shop critic Chuka Umunna after he accepts £20,000 gift from gambling executive (The Independent, Tuesday 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).

      “MP accused of ‘amazing hypocrisy’ after campaigning for higher wages”.

      (3)Labour MP Chuka Umunna apologises for comments on elite social network saying London’s nightclubs are ‘full of trash’ (The Independent, Friday 05 April 2013).

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      • 205
        I hate Chuka Umunna says:

        Chuka Umunna’s Voting Record: http://www.theyworkforyou.com/mp/24950/chuka_umunna/streatham/votes

        Voted for equal gay rights
        Voted for allowing marriage between two people of same sex
        Voted for more EU integration
        Voted against a referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU
        Voted against a reduction in spending on welfare benefits

        Voted against raising the threshold (personal allowance) at which people start to pay income tax

        Voted against reducing the rate of corporation tax
        Voted against measures to reduce tax avoidance

        Voted against reforming the NHS so GPs buy services on behalf of their patients

        Voted against greater autonomy for schools
        Voted against academy schools
        Voted against an equal number of electors per parliamentary constituency
        Voted against fewer MPs in the House of Commons
        Voted against local councils keeping money raised from taxes on business premises in their areas

        Has never voted on transferring more powers to the Welsh Assembly

        Voted against transferring more powers to the Scottish Parliament
        Voted for greater regulation of gambling
        Voted against capping civil service redundancy payments

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      • 232
        Liam Hislop says:

        Response to White House Diary:

        Great Research. “LARGE MULTI-TERRACED HILL-SIDE VILLA WITH PANORAMIC VIEWS” owned by Chichi & Patricia Umunna”

        Chichi Umunna (Chuka’s sister).

        Patricia Umunna (Chuka’s mother).

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        • 295
          Jack Smith says:

          http://www.homeaway.co.uk/p418744

          “LARGE MULTI-TERRACED HILL-SIDE VILLA WITH PANORAMIC VIEWS”

          “Large 3 bedroom villa can sleep 6 on a quiet hill-side location in San Jose”

          “This spacious, airy villa is situated within its own 1.5 acre grounds, in an elevated hill-side position. With parking for several cars, the villa is also surrounded by a large, natural pine garden and tiered flowerbeds. On entering the front door on the 1st floor, there is a convenient toilet/shower room, a well-equipped kitchen and breakfast area, which leads into the large, bright living/dining room featuring an open fire place, a TV/DVD/Music centre for entertainment. Large sliding glass terrace doors on each side lead on to 2 covered terraces, one with a dining table for al fresco eating and the other with reclining chairs to absorb the stunning views of the surrounding hills and the bay beyond. Steps lead down to the pool and large sunbathing area, with chill-out seating & barbecue. There is one double bedroom & a twin, sharing a bathroom on the mezzanine floor, and a large luxurious master bedroom on the top floor, with ensuite bathroom and special private rooftop terrace.”

          “It is essential to have a car when staying at Casa Blanca, directions will be provided at the welcome, on arrival at Ibiza airport.”

          “Maid service can be provided during the stay for an extra cost and must be requested on reservation.”

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          • Waterfox says:

            “Casa Blanca” – now there’s an interesting name for a house owned by this Labour luvvies family!

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    • 214

      Show him what millions of Emails look like

      chuka.umunna.mp@parliament.uk

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    • 239
      Chukkus Summoracism says:

      It’s really quite ironic how much Labour despise the white working class.

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    • 245
      RichUpNorth says:

      Umma, up yours n….umpty!

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      frack track. please drone on. amazon says:

      we will be running the railways next. so?
      and i am vinod khosla.

      all the best,
      Tony Blair

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  2. 2
    Eels says:

    He is so out of touch he was surprised that there were other people on a train .

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  3. 3
    Chuka ( you can call me Harrison ) Urmunneyaround says:

    Ukip voters are trash and C-list wannabes.

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  4. 4
    Mdm Da Farge says:

    He can’t explain it because he is an idiot

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    • 14
      Diane Abbott says:

      YOU CAN’T CALL SOMEBODY NON-WHITE AN IDIOT

      THAT’S WAAAAAYCIST!!!!!!!

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      • 68
        Certain ball kickers says:

        In case you hadn’t noticed, we usually also include what is known as an adjective before the word ‘idiot’, especially when we are talking about lefty loons who like to keep us amused on this forum.

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      • 410
        The Growler says:

        Give Di’s arm a nudge her needle is stuck again

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    • 120
      The Brit Obummer says:

      I don’t have to explain it.
      I am Chuka.
      Mandy is my friend.

      I like expensive watches.
      I wank a lot to ensure that their mechanisms are working..

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  5. 5
    Equilibrium says:

    What does ‘average interactions per Facebook post’ actually mean? Just words. Whatever it means, the actual explanation might be that UKIP and BNP tend to be fanatics.

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  6. 6
    Ed Miliband = Con Gain says:

    Only because it’s the same three UKIP teenagers posting the same messages over and over again.

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    • 15
      Gooey Blob says:

      You may have a point. While a lot of ‘kippers are normal people, some of the online bile posted in Ukip’s name is absolutely rabid. It stopped me voting for them last time.

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      • 46
        Truthteller says:

        The LibLabCon spout the most bile, they are the scum that destroyed a nation.

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        • 220
          Immer Wieder says:

          Yeh when someone points out that Ukip are mostly online loons, this is the normal answer by one of the loons (a loon is almost certain to answer, seeing as they live for this).

          “YOU THINK WE’RE LOONS? WHAT ABOUT THE LIBLABCONEUSSRFASCISTNAZICOMMONPURPOSEPAEDORINGSMUSLIMMASSIMMIGRATION WHO DECLARED WAR AND ARE NUKING OUR CHILDREN????”

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      • 59
        Anonymous says:

        Nearly put me off, but if you choose to not vote for a party due to offensive and bile laden things that some of their supporters put on the internet, you might as well just not bother voting at all.

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        • 89
          Gooey Blob says:

          At the end of the day I just couldn’t bring myself to vote for the same party. Despite referring to non-‘kippers as “scum that destroyed a nation”, Truthteller above is quite rational compared to many of them.

          That said, anyone who uses the term “LibLabCon” has already lost the argument. No other party is even remotely as bad as Labour. Far from the nation being destroyed, we’re actually slowly improving after 13 years of decline under socialism. These things take time to turn around, but throwing the baby out with the bathwater and voting Ukip just to let Labour back in is pointless.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Conservative – a vote for a pro Federal pro EU party

            Labour – a vote for a pro Federal pro EU party

            Lib Dems – a…. You get the drift….

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          • Try again but make sense next time says:

            BluLabour have doubled our debt, increased our EU subs, increased immigration, increased Foreign Aid, encouraged a lowering of living standards, enriched themselves by owning property portfolios while not supporting affordable housing, closed prisons, cut the Armed Forces, cut the police.
            How are BluLabour EU Socialists any different from RedTory EU Socialists ?

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          • Mr Nobody says:

            Your savings, investments and pensions are safe under the Tories and even the Lib Dems. If you don’t believe me, try voting Labour and see what your pension looks like in five years.

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          • táxpáyér says:

            Blob , you’re such a liar, you’ve been banging the drum for Dave’s losers
            since day one.

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      • 397
        A Kipper says:

        Have you thought that much of the on-line bile was posted by paid trolls pretending to be UKIP members, to achieve just this revulsion of which you speak?

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    Young Boggins says:

    What does ‘average interactions per Facebook post’ actually mean? Just words.

    Whatever it means, the actual explanation might be that UKIP and BNP tend to be fanatics.

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      JH26213-454635 says:

      What is fanatical is to take a font of civilisation and democracy and try to turn it into a third-world shithole within a couple of generations, all because the metropolitan, bien-pensant, utterly taxpayer-dependent left say – ‘make it so’. Accusing anyone who disagrees of being WACIST makes it no less fanatical.

      The fact that the people being imported and facilitated are basically here to entrench cultures diametrically opposed to the left’s other perennial causes du jour shows just how fanatical they are – it takes serious fuckwittery to maintain that level of cognitive dissonance and still come out claiming the moral high ground.

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      • 263
        Caracas Alpaca says:

        Excellent post Sir. If only Guido could manage more than a condescending single word in response then there might be some sort of debate to be had. Possibly.

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          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            No. GF – let me correct where you stopped.

            Note – the “cognitive dissonance” wording of JH262… at 8:47pm there Fawkes.

            i have noted the disappearing of the first part of an article into the ether from last nights last blog.

            Perhaps Fawkes has been overruled – for some or other reason – but the argument of why the ‘content’ of the article is not liked is key to so much …

            i’ll BE BACK – TOMORROW.

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          • Caracas Alpaca says:

            Tit

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    • 414
      JH26213-454635 says:

      Just to add, much of the ‘activity’ on the Conservatives page seems to be just people saying ‘Sod off – I’m voting UKIP’ so you are right, figures should be taken with a pinch of salt.

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    SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

    A third worlder insulting the indigenous population ,that should pile on a few more truckloads of votes for UKIP.

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  9. 8

    UKIP supporters are those who manage to think out of the box.

    Unlike him or his client voters.

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    • 24
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      The other portion of that article is up in full where it was before.

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    • 57
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      A twist on the Goebbels thingy:

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      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:
      June 21, 2014 at 7:55 pm

      ughh

      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.

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      266
      Kulak betrayed by Marxists says:
      June 21, 2014 at 8:41 pm

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

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        I was on a jury once .

        Little Tyke in the dock patently guilty of taking and joyriding a motor vehicle .
        Jury retired — all guilty except two who said “yeh but he s only a young bloke –and we ve all done a bit of thieving p when we were
        young –innit ? ”

        They would not budge , judge refused a majority guilty verdict .
        We all wanted to get home so declared him Not Guilty for an early week end .

        The Jury System .

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  10. 10
    Peter Martin says:

    “Evidence that Chuka is talking trash can be found all over the internet.”

    One presumes the highly-paid BBC interrogator, backed by legions of well-resourced researchers, was all over this like a rash immediately?

    Or is it such bad form, really such outings are more facilitated PR outings?

    For some.

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    Workers vote UKIP, SCROUNGERS AND NON JOBS VOTE LIEBOUR. UNPATRIOTIC? VOTE TORY. says:

    If it looks like a dick
    Talks like a dick
    thinks like a dick

    it’s probably Chukka.

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  12. 12
    Fred says:

    Hee hee!

    Let’s see if we can fill his mailbox:

    chuka.umunna.mp@parliament.uk

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  13. 18
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Chukka is the default that the establishment will have to move to; in the event of ed’s credibility demise.

    The establishment have been ‘romancing Chukka along’ his appearances at ‘business events’ before CEO’s who in effect are also establishment controlled.

    The ‘selling on / pitiful promoting ‘ of this complete ‘prick’ [Chukka] is all but yet another gambit by the establishment to try and keep control of “their overall” fast disappearing credibilty.

    Ed, Nick and David – are the Three Blind Mice hoisted upon us of this rotting and stinking democracy that day by day lurches from disater to disaster – because none of them can or speak the ‘Truth’.

    What a shower of 5hits – spads included.

    And as for the day by day utter rubbish trotted out about the EU – by so many on message hacks, celebs and Business type CEO’s …

    Shut the fucking borders NOW – stop ‘pretending’ that parliament is of any worth to any British person.

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    • 23
      Diane Abbott says:

      IF YOU VOTE UKIP YOU’RE WAAAAAYCIST

      IF YOU VOTE TORY YOU’RE WAAAAAYCIST

      IF YOU VOTE FOR A WHITEY YOU’RE WAAAAAYCIST

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      • 31
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Abbott – is a creature creation of the ‘establishments’ just like trevor phillips and so many others who ‘think’ they are important – when in effect they have been ‘bought and paid for – hence they get all the ‘air time’ that the establishment “warrant” for them … But do their likes actually understand the game of how they have been used?

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        • 52
          Dim is the colour of my true love's brain in the morning... says:

          Am I alone in wondering whether our favourite pet Hippo is aware of this tool posting as her goodself? Perhaps some illiterate fumbling UKIPper could drop her an email/twitter/etc to enquire.

          If somebody was doing that to me the plod would be round his place pdq – along with the solicitors bearing the usual papers…

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          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            Well for starters you can forget Plod see around here about them.

            i’d leave the tool to carry on posting. It keeps the embarrassment factor and light upon the fat abbott. She ‘knows about this site’ however she cannot complain because it would then have to be investigated ‘criminally’ and she would if it was persued – have to ‘speak out in a criminal trial’ … Just what we all want – Hence she is ‘skewered’ and ‘cornered’ into her own world of narcissisism. RESULT i’d say.

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          • Somehow i don t think so if he/she is operating from a 24/7 internet cafe wearing a burka/hijab whatever to shield him/her from intrusive CCTV !

            ( although in retrospect he/she/it has not thought to take these basic precautions )

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        • 137
          If someone asked me who the 5 fattest people I knew were, she'd be 3 of them. says:

          What was the result of that FoI request to the BBC asking how much had been spent on reinforcing the seats that Abbott was to sit on?

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    Ed Fatliner says:

    That mong Harrison Omaha just know he can spout unsubstantiated, unchallenged and unbelievable garbage when appearing on the communication arm of the Liebour Party, the BBC!

    ‘Further’ should have learnt some humility from his stroke and challenged the ‘C-List Wanabee’ on behalf of his paymasters, the long-suffering ‘BBC Tax’ forced subscribers!!!

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    • 27
      Diane Abbott says:

      DISGUSTING

      THIS IS THE MOST WAAAAAYCIST WEBSITE ON THE INTERNET

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      • 39
        Fido Gawkes says:

        Your contribution is greatly appreciated in that respect.

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      • 44
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        You heard of Freedom Of Expression … Thought not.

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        • 54
          Dim is the colour of my true love's brain in the morning... says:

          The only freedom she knows of is the unlimited supply of sugary doughnuts at her favourite Stoke Newington bakery.

          Like

          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            Sounds like the old current buns that Roger Lyons (Marxist Union mouthpiece) used to do on his expenses. And Roger Lyons of course was a …

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    • 349
      oh u r so cheap. Blair says:

      remove me and get a million sunny “”.
      minimilist “Yo” has a point.

      in other news, confusion reigns.

      is a million tall, grande or vervical.

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  15. 25
    Chuka Umunna's Arse says:

    That statement may have appeared to come out of his mouth, but that’s only because I’m such a clever ventriloquist.

    Like

  16. 28
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Gordon Brown addresses Falkirk rally. http://bit.ly/1ixoe0Q

    Like

    • 30
      Diane Abbott says:

      I AM RECLAIMING THE WORD BROWN

      ANYONE WHO ISN’T ME WHO USES THAT WORD IS A

      WAAAAAAAAYCIST!!!!!!!!!!

      Like

    • 33
      Mad, Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin ( Member in absentia ) says:

      ‘Stronger when we pool and share’.

      ‘Stronger when we poo and share.

      Like

  17. 32
    HenryV says:

    I am too stupid to switch on the TV. Which one is Chuka-Chuka-Khan again?

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    • 34
      Diane Abbott says:

      ARE YOU SAYING ALL BROWN PEOPLE LOOK THE SAME????????

      THAT’S WAAAAAYCIST!!!!!!!

      THE POLICE HAVE BEEN ALERTED

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      • 49
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Don’t make us all laugh – the police in this country are fucking useless bought off Rsoles – they couldn’t find a pa3do in an Elm Guest House if they tried – bought off by Blair – totally politicised by Blair.

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        • 240
          Sad but true says:

          The police have been so politicised and emasculated. They could not find their arse in the bath even with both hands taped to it, a map and a compass.

          Like

          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            Jean Charles de Menezies & Ian Tomlinson – the police who know that they can ‘get scot free’ away with murder – and all of it procured by the Shysters inc – The busted Judiciary.

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  18. 38
    Anonymous says:

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

    “Labour’s rising star Chuka Umunna was accused of hypocrisy today for accepting a £20,000 donation from a gambling tycoon while publicly attacking the number of betting shops.”

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

    “MP accused of ‘amazing hypocrisy’ after campaigning for higher wages”.

    (3) Chuka Umunna’s voting record (source ‘TheyWorkForYou’ website):

    http://www.theyworkforyou.com/mp/24950/chuka_umunna/streatham/votes

    Voted for equal gay rights
    Voted for allowing marriage between two people of same sex
    Voted for more EU integration
    Voted against a referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU
    Voted against a reduction in spending on welfare benefits

    Voted against raising the threshold (personal allowance) at which people start to pay income tax

    Voted against reducing the rate of corporation tax
    Voted against measures to reduce tax avoidance
    Voted against reforming the NHS so GPs buy services on behalf of their patients
    Voted against greater autonomy for schools
    Voted against academy schools
    Voted against fewer MPs in the House of Commons
    Voted against an equal number of electors per parliamentary constituency

    Has never voted on transferring more powers to the Welsh Assembly

    Voted moderately against transferring more powers to the Scottish Parliament

    Voted against local councils keeping money raised from taxes on business premises in their areas

    Voted for greater regulation of gambling (although he accepted a donation of £20,000 from a gambling tycoon).

    Voted for measures to prevent climate change
    Voted against capping civil service redundancy payments

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  19. 42
    Max Tanner says:

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

    “Labour’s rising star Chuka Umunna was accused of hypocrisy today for accepting a £20,000 donation from a gambling tycoon while publicly attacking the number of betting shops.”

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

    “MP accused of ‘amazing hypocrisy’ after campaigning for higher wages”.

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  21. 45
    Anonymous says:

    When it comes to posing Chuckie is queen of the pile.

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  22. 53

    If there’s one thing this site proves it’s that being able to use a computer is not the same as being literate.

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  23. 61
    NERMAL says:

    No doubt Harman and BBC Dromey will leap to his defense.

    Police raid offices in parliament of Labour peer Lord Janner as part of inquiry in historic child sex abuse claims

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    • 74
      Certain ball kickers says:

      Oh dear, isn’t he the chief UK yyddle? No doubt Mos sad’s mob will be round shortly. Anyway, time this devious cvnt was brought out into the daylight.

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    • 144
      Poooooof, and he's gone says:

      Janner’s a former member of the Magic Circle.
      Could be handy for a sudden disappearance if necessary.

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  24. 65
    Anonymous says:

    The explanation is that UKIP are part of the liberty movement like Ron Paul, the Tea Party et al, and this movement is particularly active online, and really passionate about the cause.

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  25. 67
    Chuka IS trash says:

    Arrogant supercilious twat.

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  26. 69
    The bulb in the light has burn't out says:

    Nice bit of PR by Chucky Butty, try to shame some of your Liebour people who voted UKIP in the Eurocrap elections to return to the fold by trying to shame them, no doubt after getting called racist and fruit cakes for voting UKIP these people won’t be shamed, they’ll be pissing themselves laughing as the y spread the word to their Liebour mates, nothing like being told your thick by a thick MP.

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    • 212
      inside out says:

      How many Labour voters watch the Andrew Marr Show,strictly for the chattering classes.

      Like

  27. 72
    Shiny head says:

    Is he a Brown Owl?

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  28. 73
    John Bellingham says:

    Dear BBC,
    I wish to complain in the strongest terms in the ghastly way you have manipulated interviews with the Great Chukka Umana (MP for Streatham–I repeat MP for Streatham–got that?). Last week the hideously white and blonde Laura Kussenberg was allowed to ask questions that made the Honourable Chukka look completely stupid, tongue-tied and inarticulate. Previously, Andrew Neil of Politics Today has spoken to him using big words of up to three syllables and expected a reply and now the producer of the Andrew Marr, who has been given every guideline by the party on how to treat our boys, permits him to display that he is a complete and utter knobhead and should not be allowed to talk in front of the grown ups.
    If you bunch expect the license fee to be doubled when we take power, you had better pull your socks up and stop actually allowing labour spokesmen to deviate from the agreed scripts that you are send from Labour HQ.

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    • 78
      Jasmine the duty rebuttal unit officer says:

      WTF do you think you are talking to us like that? Be getting yourself stuffed.

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    • 104
      Bosun Higgs says:

      Streatham’s gone upmarket, gentrified, you know. It’s St. Reatham now.

      Like

  29. 76
    nell says:

    Another chuckusyamoney snide comment about the voters he’s trying to win over. LOL!!!

    This must be a new labour tactic -lets insult everyone, denigrate their inteklkigence and then they’ll vote for us!!!

    Yep chuckusyamoney that policy is really going to work!! Not!!

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  30. 79
    Prime Minister"Money's no object" Cameron says:

    “Cuuuuuuuuuunts to the left of me, cuuuuuunts to the right. Here I am stuck in the middle of cuuuuuuuunts”

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  31. 80
    fedz says:

    On question time, Chukka put on his well spoken superior front, but soon resorted to his south London street mode when riled by Farage

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  32. 83
    Jasmine the duty rebuttal unit officer says:

    Earwigo gain. Post numbering already stuffed.

    34, 51 and 74 complete the set.

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  33. 86
    Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

    Another Liebour MP trainwreck, call your former voters names and expect them to return to vote Liebour, oh dear, arrogance or just thick, suppose we will never know.

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    • 306
      Cardinal Biggles says:

      Yes, it’s fortunate that the ‘so called’ Conservatives, so ably led by Call Me Dave, would never stoop so low as to insult former supporters that now favour UKIP.

      BTW, vote UKIP :)

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  34. 87
    parisclaims says:

    Nigerians are pretty fond of emails, aren’t they Chucky Doll?

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  35. 90
    Yellow Man says:

    I’m yellow

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  36. 91
    Roger Helmer says:

    Labour’s NEC nominations have closed. Who got the most backing? http://labli.st/1jHBLOo

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  37. 97
    Jizzminge Allwhine Brown says:

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  38. 98
    • 110
      Bloomers in rain-soaked Bongo Bongo Land says:

      Don’t be daft.

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      • 122
        A vote for UKIP is a vote for Freedom. says:

        Yes, so much better to vote Tory.

        They promised to reduce immigration to the “tens of thousands”. Last year, they let half a million immigrants move here. Half a million! Does that sound like success?

        They promised to reduce the country’s debt. By next year, Britain’s debt will be double what it was when Cameron became PM. Double! Does that sound like success?

        They promised to reduce the deficit. Last month’s deficit was up, to around £13billion. £13 billion! Does that sound like success?

        We now pay more into the EU than ever before. Does that sound like Cameron’s been successful in fighting for Britain’s interests? We contribute 1/8th of the EU’s budget, and in return the EU are about to shove J C Juncker down our throat, a man on a mission to destroy the nation state – an enemy of Britain will become our president. Does that sound like success?

        Juncker says Cameron had better do as he’s told or we’ll be sidelined. We pay Juncker’s wages and in return he tells the little twerp Cameron to sit and beg like a dog. The cowardly little creep in Downing Street will whine slightly, and then obey. Does that sound like success?

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        • 142
          Prof. Silly UKIP Voter says:

          Er No.

          As a visiting professor and fellow of a learned technological institution I will struggle to put my mark against UKIP, assuming it’s not hidden off the page.

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        • 282
          A Vote for UKIP is a Vote for Labour says:

          Of course debt has increased, that is what a deficit does. Economies are like supertankers, and one as large as the UK takes years to turn around. The economy is doing well now and the deficit is coming down, which is not something that could have been said had Brown won the 2010 election…

          Feel free to vote UKIP in 2015 and let in Messrs Miliband and Balls to finish off this country for good. Make sure you’ve spent your savings and don’t have any investments or a pension first. You are, after all, a UkipLab troll on Len McCluskey’s payroll.

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      • 264
        Alan Clarke, Tory, originator of Bongo Bongo Land says:

        You’d be daft not to.

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      • 269
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        And didn’t Alan Johnson – fuck up with the ‘planet zog’ mouthing?

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  39. 99
    neitherdeadnoralive says:

    I vote UKIP and can use e mail and I am computer literate. I also think Chucka is a shit and dread the day he ever gets to a position of power.

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  40. 100

    Now he’s a real chukaholic, know what I mean?

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  41. 103
    Bosun Higgs says:

    The clownfish lives all its life amongst the stinging tentacles of a sea anemone. It may spend its entire life within a one-metre-square area of coral reef. It never suspects that there is a great ocean around it, full of diverse creatures.

    A machine politician like Chucky is much like that clownfish; protected from the big wide ocean and dazzle-camouflaged, he is very comfortable and pleased with himself and does not understand why many others feel differently from him.

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  42. 105
    100 hundred years of voting Labour and they still live in shitholes says:

    There’s nowt thicker than a Labour voter, that’s for fucking sure.

    Like

    • 150
      The Labour Shithole Conundrum says:

      Which comes first ?

      They live in shitholes so they vote labour,

      or they vote labour so they live in shitholes.

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  43. 106

    Not so long ago he was trying to state that he would unilaterally take the UK into the EU. A little reminder on the legal status of UK subjects vs. Citizens was required – via UKIP’s excellent A’nish P’atel.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  44. 109

    Child abuse detectives raid Jewish Labour party peer’s office in the House of Lords
    Officers from Leicestershire Police searched Lord Greville Janner’s offfice and have seized computer equipment.

    A Labour peer’s office in the House of Lords has been raided as part of an investigation into child rape allegations.

    Officers from Leicestershire Police searched Greville Janner’s space in the house of Lords and have removed computer equipment.

    Leicestershire Police submitted a dossier of evidence to the Crown Prosecution Service in April.

    The former QC was named Baron Janner of Braunstone, Leicester, in 1997 after serving as a Labour party MP for 27 years, at Leicester North West then Leicester West.

    The raid is part of an investigation concerning Janner’s linkes with the notorious child serial rapist and suspected murderer Frank Beck, who was found guilty of abusing more than 100 children in the 1970s and 1980s.

    Frank Beck mysteriously died on 31 May 1994, two and a half years after his imprisonment. The then 88-year-old Labour party peer, Lord Longford, caused great controversy by sending flowers to the funeral.

    A police spokesman said: “Leicestershire Police can confirm that in March its officers carried out a search of part of the House of Lords in connection with an ongoing enquiry into child sexual abuse.

    The issue of child rapists evading justice rocked the political sphere when ­revelations concerning ex Labour party and Lib dem grandee Cyril Smith emerged.

    The late MP, who represented Rochdale, was a regular visitor to Elm Guest House in Barnes, South West London, which is now at the centre of a police investigation into child rape and possible murder.

    Lord Janner is a prominent campaigner for his Jewish community and was once President of the Board of British Jews.

    Follow us on twitter – Labour25 twitter

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    • 369
      Fred the pensioner says:

      Serves him right too. If that silly ignorant cow 5-bellies Smiff had not allowed police into the Parliamentary estate in the first place in order to raid the office of a Tory MP [on entirely spurious grounds too!] when she was (laughably) the Home Secretary this would not have been allowed to happen. The question now remains, will we ever be allowed to know what they find?

      Ha fucking ha – what goes around comes around – and just goes to show that being a second rate cookery teacher does not really make anyone suitable for high political office.

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  45. 111
    rdemeath says:

    The one thing I detest above everything else that I detest about this man is his arrogance, his belief that he has the right to lord it above the rest of us. As a Nigerian, surely he should return to the land of his ancestors and help them put that benighted country back on the road to civilisation.
    But the, Nigeria is tantamount to all that is corrupt in the world of the 21st century, so perhaps he sees his opportunity to make his fortune here rather than compete with his identical soul mates back in the land of his parents.
    What a wonderful country we are – fit only for the opportunist, the crook on the make, the liar and deceiver, those who mean us nothing but harm!

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  46. 114
  47. 116
    Jack Ketch. says:

    Now here’s a thought.
    The people who REALLY run Britain have become so cocky that they have engaged on a competition to see who can most effectively take the piss. You know, like those teenage contests to dance with the ugliest girl or boy. They are laughing us by ensuring that the new Archbishop of Canterbury is of J3wish descent, the Speaker of the Commons is a would-be Napoleon from Romania, the future Queen consort (lovely that she is) is a Pikey on her Great-Grandma’s side, the Leader of the Opposition comes from a family of foreign Marxist revolutionaries, the only Tory MPs worth paying attention to are the ones who wear swimming costumes and the BBC is now the world’s biggest and most expensive gay club.
    However, shaving a chimp and calling him the Labour shadow business secretary is an insult too far.

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    • 189
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      And i have been smeared to kingdom come for saying less … umm

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    • 371
      Fred the pensioner says:

      You forgot to mention that the future Queen Consort’s auntie Julie heads up one of the more sinister organisations in this country. Still, I suppose they have to keep it all in the family or the whole edifice will come tumbling down around their ears.

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  48. 119
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Left my bread dough to rise about 5 hours ago then left the house, looking forward to seeing this fucking monster.

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  49. 124

    If the UK remains in the EU – this is the kind of tweet to expect from a UK MEP in the future:

    Vote UKIP :-)

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  50. 126
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Hypocrisy – on page 14 of the Scum there’s an article by D Wooding about Brown & Blair’s Moneygrubbing / filching from the taxpayer … oh and an article by GF.

    However – Wooding doesn’t want to mention that Brown and Blair obtained their money-grubbing positions by virtue of Rupe ‘promoting’ them into government. And Wooding doesn’t want to mention that Rupe with his world wide tenticles was the most ‘fervent WARMONGERING profiteering bastard’ who – PROMOTED THE !RAQ Invasion …

    Hypocrisy – Rupe doesn’t like it up him – he tends to hope that people forget things … mind you many of Labours sub-intellectuals have ‘for some or other reasons …

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    • 167

      Headlines you may not ever see in the Sun whilst KRM owns it:

      i) WOW: M*rdoch is a b*stard

      ii) SHOCK: M*rdoch helped Bla!r / Br0wn genoc!de

      iii) BUMMER: M*rdoch raised Bla!rs child born to Ch!nese Agent Wife, and still comprehensively failed to get broadcast rights in Ch!na

      Just Sayin’

      Vote UKIP :-D

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      • 262
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        The scum made a big mistake publishing an article about Maurice Kirk about which they then went absolutely stoney dead silent. i did not miss that publication and it nails Rupert Fucking Murdoch as in cahoots with the bent pigs and bent judiciary in this country.

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  51. 128

    Baron James of BrownNose?

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  52. 132
    Telegraph Censor says:

    There were 980 comments on the Telegraph article about this: http://t.co/INQEFZvb43. They have all just been removed.

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    • 147
      Anonymous says:

      Time to change name from Torygraph to Liebourgraph.

      Like

    • 194

      So Chukka putatively said words to the effect
      ” some people are not CAPABLE of sending or RECEIVING emaiiks .. ”

      Chukka — you need do nothing to RECEIVE an email you just er … RECEIVE it.!!! — spanner !!

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  53. 135
    Postal Votes are Labour Loo Paper says:

    Chuka a lying fuckwit- who would have thought it eh!

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    • 143
      Anonymous says:

      What is it about Nigerians and emails? They’re fucking obsessed.

      Like

      • 207

        It s the Nigerian 419 scam email . They used to love it till it got found out ;;;

        Dear Mister Gentleman ,
        It is my honour to address you as the sublime highness that you are . Allow me to introduce myself .
        I am the illegitimate nephew of the Governor of Kaduba State who has been falsely imprisoned for tax fraud and larceny from public coffers — of course charges totally untrue and Fabric (ant) ated .

        Before the vile corrupt local authorities confiscate his life savings of 5 billion pounds he needs the name of your esteemed UK Bank account and number and sort code and debit card and security number on the back so he can transfer these funds to your care in the safety of the wonderful UK for which he is willing to oay your honourable personage a five percent commission of 25 million ( or is it 250 million ?)) pounds …..etc etc ad nauseam ad infinitum ….

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  54. 139
    Socialism is theft says:

    If anyone is as illiterate as Chucky says then they will not be watching him on the Marr Show. They will still be in bed, sleeping off their benefit booze money, handed to them by Labour, who couldn’t give a stuff about the debt that is being handed on to our children.

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    • 211

      ” … debt being handed to our children ” ??

      Haven t been doing a regular check have you ?– its our great great grand children at the last count…and the way things are going it will probably need to be settled on the Day of Judgement by either God Almighty or the Antichrist whichever of them wins the Final Battle on The Mount of Olives….

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  55. 141
    Hoots! It's Clown says:

    Due to the extreme heat in Kirkaldy this weekend, I spend the entire weekend nekkid.

    Check out my C0ckbook page for selfies!

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  56. 145
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Despite what is apparently local custom, I shall not take a selfie as I sit here on the lavatory.

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  57. 153
    JH26213-454635 says:

    Stupid twat.

    Any time now UKIP will overtake the ‘Conservatives’ on Facebook in terms of Like count. They outstripped all those young, hip, trendy, tech-aware Labour supporters long ago.

    Considering that UKIP members are supposedly cobweb-flecked bores accumulating cobwebs in the dingiest corner of the Golf club, it seems strange that they are so active on social media, with a typical age range of 25-34 years old.

    UKIP, to use the modern parlance, are killing it on Facebook. Labour must actually be shitting themselves.

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  58. 154
    Iain Duncan Smith says:

    It’s 6 o clock here is the news The 50,000 peoples march against austerity that never happened http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRSq6qlD6Fw

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    • 156
      The 1922 Committee says:

      250,000 marched against Thatcher and her Poll Tax. We seen the end of her and we’ll see the end of this lot of Tory scumbags.

      Like

      • 186
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        And the honest people in between all you “tribal monkey’s” will see the lot of you off.

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  59. 160

    Sounds as if Dave has to shovel pennies into a coin box to speak to world leaders when he is on holiday in Cornwall because the reception is so bad.

    Ironically, it may be the one thing that NSA and all the other spy agencies are not monitoring…

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  60. 166
    Jac says:

    He obviously thinks the voters are all stupid – perhaps that is so – not stupid enough to vote Labour, however, unfortunately for clever old him.

    Also, takes a special kind of stupid to insult the voters when you are a politician trying to get into power…………..

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    • 259
      Dave "thicky" Cameron says:

      I can’t agree with that, you swivel-eyed loon.

      Like

      • 329
        Cardinal Biggles says:

        Dave, you forgot the ‘Fruitcake and closet Ray Cyst’ jibe.

        Must do better in the run up to GE 2015!

        BTW, vote UKIP :D

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  61. 168
    Anonymous says:

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    • 308
      Lagosmail@large says:

      Umana has deduced that UKIP supporters not use e-mail because so few reply to his 419 advance fee requests.

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  62. 169
    Mandy's new BFF, Obammoney says:

    I is the future. Yes we can. I have a dream.

    Like

    • 177
      Yasmin Ali Arrgggghhhhh says:

      Does he play OBOE?

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    • 180
      The Coca cola company says:

      As soon as Obama is out if office we want him to an advert drinking our product.

      And to use his ” yes we can” catch phrase. Holding a coca cola can.
      Well pay him 20 million dollars for 100 minutes work. That should help him to become another “man of the people” senior democrat wise angel.

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  63. 171
    Anonymous says:

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    • 238
      Common Sense says:

      Obummer is a one trick pony; he is bleck. The only thing he has reduced in the US is his golf handicap. And as for his sparkling abilities; he used to be indecisive but now he not too sure.

      Like

      • 273
        Caracas Alpaca says:

        And he’s not even properly black. A proper black president could really have been something remarkable and game changing. This pale coffee coloured establishment goof changed nothing.

        Like

  64. 176
    Diane Abbongobongott says:

    In tem months time my Ned is going to prime minister and I’m going to be minister for minorities and tubbies.

    Suck it up honkies!

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  65. 178

    This latest ‘leak’ involving Sikorski is quite serious:

    Sikorski is Oxford Educated, married to A’nne A’pplebaum, and was recently tipped to replace A’shton:

    h**p://www.euractiv.com/sections/eu-elections-2014/poland-nominates-sikorski-replace-ashton-302503

    Just the kind of person that certain interested parties in Europe would not like as Europe’s H’igh C’ommissioner for F’oreign A’ffairs.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  66. 182
    Anonymous says:

    Some from Labour are now saying he didn’t say that about UKIP voters.
    Appears he did thouigh.Here’s the transcript tweeted by Labour and Rt’d by Chukky himself. :-)

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    • 183
      Anonymous says:

      Rt’d by Labour BIS team

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      • 200
        nell says:

        Talking of disconnected – chuckusyamoney . militwit and balls are hardly connected to ordinary hardworking folks are they ?

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      • 247
        We want you mugs to start believing our lies all over again says:

        Labour will reconnect them and empower them

        How? But ramming more of the same failed policies of the last four decades down their throats all over again?

        Can this clown speak in anything but meaningless media speak?

        On immigration, Islam, the EU, foreign policy, boom and bust, eco-scams, Labour, just like the Tories has no intention of changing the direction this country is heading.

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      • 256
        Chukkus Summoracism says:

        #Arshow

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  67. 187
    The Angry Brigade says:

    Damn right, we’re angry!

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  68. 188
    White rabbit says:

    The greater shock would have been the truth.

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  69. 191
    Come on UKIP show the bastards says:

    Chukka is trending on Twatter along with Dunning–Kruger effect. You have to be really stupid to think you know such a lot about UKIP IT skills with such confidence.

    Funnily enough, when I read newspapers or watch TV news programmes concerning politicians, I feel disconnected from the mainstream of politics.

    When I engage with the Internet and exchange emails with my mates about politics or fill in government forms on the Internet, I still feel disconnected from mainstream politics. Government websites are usually badly designed. Government policies (current and previous Labour) are badly implemented.
    They all suffer from the kind of mindset exemplified by Chukka, knowalls in a bubble. They keep being caught out by things like passport fiascos, immigration fiascos, school fiascos, benefit fiascos….. because they don’t really care, they don’t manage, they don’t properly monitor. Just second rate mouthy wankers with snouts in the metropolitan political trough.

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  70. 196
    nell says:

    What he’s whingeing on about is that he believes anyone who didn’t for labour is illiterate!!

    But then as he’s shown before he doesn’t have much respect for British Voters – he’d much rather be living in that wealthy Spanish bubble in his wealthy spanish palace , where according to him you get a better class of people!!

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  71. 198
    nell says:

    And when will I get my free owl that militwit promised me?

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  72. 201
    nell says:

    I love the bit where he thinks he’s going to be UK’s LABOUR obama when militwit loses the 2015 election!!

    hattyyharpic has more chance of ending labour leader than him. Can you imagine this smug, self satisfied, vain man as leader of the labour partY !!!?

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  73. 202
    Master Bates, Aged 9¾ says:

    To earn pocket money from mum, I offered to help refill the log store.

    However, after I asked my best mate from skool to give me a hand to get wood, events quickly took a surprising yet oddly satisfying turn.

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  74. 208
    stevesurrey1 says:

    Jumping straight in without a thought once again Guido.

    He was talking about many people who are indeed totally computer illiterate. For instance: One group of people who live in a house run by a charity where, until a few weeks ago I was Chair of Trustees, were all bar one, totally against using the internet. These people were the ones born before the last war and in 50% of them actually veterans. Its not been without trying. Indeed one lady who was finally encouraged sufficiently, would not be without her free access to the Web and its delights !!! So that’s a success rate of 1 in 10 or ten percent. I am more inclined than many of my peers to encourage and seek ways on empowering people to become computer and internet users as I have a declared interest being a ‘techie’ in one of my many lives ;-) I know of other facilities like the one Ive described where there is no attempt to encourage people in the autumn of their lives to get connected !!! For every successful episode of silver surfing I can relate many , many episodes of antipathy towards IT !!!

    There is also a small group of people for whom internet access is still a dream on a day to day basis. Have you ever visited a Public Library and seen the queues waiting for their one hour access (made all the more difficult with the Tory cuts)? Then there is your great big graph to prove your worthless point. Of course there is much ado about nothing for those connected to the internet and yes much UKIP related communications on web sites for those who have the (still luxury) of internet access. What you graph does not show in the quality of those individual interactions, unless you , like the government has access to the content of our mails etc?
    There is a third group, some of you may even disparagingly disregard, or pay lip service only too. People with Mental Health issues and Learning disabled. Oh they have opinions but are often the groups of people ignored , not only by this government but also mainstream society My impression of Chukka’s rudely interrupted interview this morning is a Zillion miles away from yours. I saw a man trying to remain polite despite constant barracking from an interviewer who, when she plays the session back will be ashamed to call herself a professional interviewer, unless . of course, that was/is her remit?
    I sometimes think, when reading your posts , that you too have an hidden agenda???

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      Cull The Libraries says:

      Since when was a public Library supposed to provide internet?

      Do they provide, SKY, Banking, Telephones, Prostitutes, The 3.30 at Haydock, Burgers or petrol?

      So why should the taxpayer pay for free internet?

      And why have we still got so many libraries anyway, haven’t they heard of Amazon ?

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        Jack Ketch. says:

        My public library has free internet and about 20 workstations–all occupied by dark, foreign people all day every day. Most appear to be playing games.

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      I despise Leftards says:

      “Its not been without trying.”

      It’s.

      “the Web and its delights !!!”

      Exclamation marks are generally a sign of illiteracy.

      “a success rate of 1 in 10 or ten percent.”

      Thanks for pointing out that 1 in 10 is 10 percent. You learned this at special school? Well done, you!

      “I know of other facilities like the one Ive described”

      I’ve.

      “get connected !!!” “many episodes of antipathy towards IT !!!”

      Those exclamation marks again! You love ‘em, don’t ya? Retard.

      “There is a third group, some of you may even disparagingly disregard, or pay lip service only too.”

      To.

      “you too have an hidden agenda???”

      Multiple question marks are also a sign of illiteracy.

      And it’s “Internet”, with a capital I. Not “internet”. Think “Underground” in London. Big U for Underground. Big I for Internet.

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        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        i am going to give everyone a “big fucking clue here” – i < dot i's i's and cross i's t's.

        Don't fall for CAPitALiSAtiON. i'ts bad for your health, wellbeing and pocket.

        All Marxists can fuck right off.

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      Anonymous says:

      You’re a bit of a mong aren’t you. Only a fukwit lefty could possibly defend a self obsessed tool like chukie.

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      Chukkus Summoracism says:

      “were all bar one, totally against using the internet”

      But why?

      Was it because of the cost involved? Who was going to pay for it?

      Was it because of security considerations? Who was going to pay for it?

      Was it because they had done a cost-benefit analysis and saw that the costs were greater than the benefits?

      You seem to be a typical lefty and not really thought it through.

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        mrs.doasyouwouldbedoneby says:

        Whatever his politics, stevesurrey1 is right in identifying this one group of people who are least likely to be computer-literate, namely the elderly. My mum, in her eightieth year, is one of them.

        Despite a dearly-loved son decamping to the other side of the world, she still won’t have anything to do with computers, prefering instead, proper, old-fashioned letters.

        Her ostensible reason is that she’s rubbish at ‘anything technical’, and that the pictures on Skype aren’t very good, anyway!

        Deep down, I suspect it’s because she’s scared of making a fool of herself online – breaking the internet, or something. Personal dignity seems to be valued especially highly by that age-group; it’s part of what got them through some truly horrible times when they were young, I suppose.

        An element of sheer ancient-bloodymindedness too, and why not? And the msm constantly blathering on about the ‘Evil Web’ can’t help, either.

        CU is wrong on two counts. If there is this minority who don’t use the Internet in 2014, it’s because most of them don’t want to, and it would be wrong to force them otherwise.

        For the other reason, Douglas Carswell, on his Telegraph blog says it better.

        (I appreciate this is all very anecdotal. She does have friends on both divides; they’re not ALL stubborn old technophobes. Just most of them.)

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    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Of this site back on 25th May – worth repeating …
    May 25, 2014 at 2:51 pm
    Here is the text & content of a letter published in the DM on Friday
    “Power-crazed politicos
    When politicians are asked why they entered politics, the response is invariably the same. Turning to gaze nobly at a distant horizon, through moistening eyes, they intone ‘Because I wanted to change things’ – with the emphasis on the ‘I’.
    Roughly translated, this means ‘Iwant to see things done my way, regardless of what my constituents think they want’. The ethos, prevalent at Westminster across all parties is not to serve, but to rule.
    This is why they detest the idea of referendums. Issues that the electorate want addressed are ignored. Policies to which the majority are opposed are forced through without any attempt at constitution.
    We British should get over the notion that we live in a democracy: it’s an elective dictatorship.”
    H/T to the author John Stewart of Preston.
    Like this

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    #EmailChuka says:

    Fucking brilliant idea. Swamp his E Mail

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    Iain Duncan Smith says:

    If we

    Vote Labour in General Election 2015 then Ed will ensure:
    – Bedroom tax SCRAPPED!
    – Energy bills FROZEN!
    – NHS PROTECTED!

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      Socialism is theft says:

      And UK national debt will soar so our children will have to pay back far more than the £95,000 each they already owe.

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      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Your education qualifications have not been forgotten … FO IDS.

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      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      They may even raise mass immigration levels up to one million per year compared to Dave’s pathetic half a million per year. Thinking on…. don’t vote for any of the lying cheating two faced bastards.

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      Anonymous says:

      I don’t want the NHS protected. It’s an overblown death factory employing thousands of worthless “managers.”

      Get a grip you socialist tit and grow up.

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    Tom Catesby says:

    Just the sort of pretentious nonsense we have come to expect from chucky.
    Many of the people he insults, were literete enough to read a ballot paper and vote UKIP. What a complete tosser!

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    How the Rich Cjhampagne socialists live says:

    Fully booked for most of July and all of August. Looks like Chuka will be mixing with the trash in Ibiza then.

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    Cardiff's most radical islamist says:

    First I give welcome in the valleys then I kill you!

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    lojolondon says:

    Chukka doesn’t have to explain the anomolies – so Chukka can say anything he likes, because Chukka and the Liebour front bench have never, ever been asked any tough questions on the B-BBC. Simples.

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    To The Media says:

    Leave Chuka alone, poor chap.

    Don’t invite him on TV, the radio or solicite him for comments.

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      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      The msm are as fucking sad as chukka.

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      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      The dead tree press – are there for the publics taking.

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        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Kevin Maguire has his equals and opposites in the tory press – who have all been playing the game of dupe the public.

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          Fred the pensioner says:

          Motormouth McG always wins – simply because nobody else can get a word in sideways.

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  83. 236
    Radio 4 SOS message says:

    Would Mr Ed Miliband, believed to be living in a world of his own, please contact Labour HQ where his election strategy is dangerously ill.

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    Chukkus Summoracism says:

    White men can’t use the internet, email or twitter cpz they is 2 stoopid.

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

    Religious thinkers must create belief each morning, like bread, so that it is fresh in the mind and pure, not to look for knowledge in obligation to dead people.

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    Fishy says:

    Poor Chucky:

    – Self appointed British Obama
    – Self-editor of his Wiki entry
    – Regularly flounders under gentle questioning from Brillo
    – Speaks endlessly and says fuck all
    – Last week criticised the quality of food from British ethical company (and tax payers) Pret.
    – All round asshole
    – Uses ‘Harrison’ as his alter ego
    – Describes Londoners and ‘trashy’ and ‘wannabes’
    – Narcissist
    – Leaves his mobile phone on during his Brillo interview, denies it, but shiftily turns it off as the camera lingers on him.
    – Liability

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

    is Chuka a 2 bit politician ?

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      William B Shockley Jr. says:

      Flip-flops are one of the few subjects with which most politicians are familiar.

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    LOL says:

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    Anonymous says:

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      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Ian Austin MP – had his card ‘marked’ by i at an APPG meeting just a few years ago. He is a fucking useless bastard and has creamed it for himself as so many tories have maxing out their years as an MP also – but they’re all at it and have been at it for decades.

      There is something about the – reticence of all of these ‘old boys’ who just will not admit that they are and have been part of the real problem wherein the British Public have been robbed and thieved from because of these old boys who never really looked below the surface. Their collective Ignorance of the law is no FUCKING excuse. The sons of their fathers sins.

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    Racist Finder General says:

    When he says ‘UKIP voters’ does he really mean white people?

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    R-Z-P says:

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    Me says:

    Judge Who Sentenced Saddam Hussein To Death Has Been Executed By ISIS, Local Media Reports

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-06-22/judge-who-sentenced-saddam-hussein-death-has-been-executed-isis-local-media-reports

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    I don’t trust IAEA or UN. I don’t trust the data, the individuals or even much of the reportage. The ‘breakout’ arguments are full of holes and rely on the data being accurate – which it probably isn’t. If the terms are breached, then China and Russia will not agree to any action. Therefore Iran can say what we want them to say now and do whatever they want to do at any point they please.

    How any rational person can trust a theocracy is beyond my abilities to fathom but perhaps someone will explain this to me.

    I don’t trust Obama. Yes, it is a personal judgement but I do have grounds as well – too many to rehearse here. The sudden compliance of Iran in all aspects of its nuclear program sounds like furious massaging by Obama’s side. Atomic masturbation, if you will.

    The train has left the station said a former CIA operations bod. Spot on. No silver-tongued speech is going to cure this. Too little, too late. Horses, stable doors, all that…

    P5+1. Cathy Ashton. What a fucking joke. Purlease!

    HUMINT notwithstanding. I might as well just copy them in on every email but they wouldn’t know how to process it.

    No wonder the Ruskies produce so many chess grand masters.

    [Part 1 of God knows how many :-) ]

    Vote UKIP :-D

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      JadedJean25 says:

      To be clear, I’ran doesn’t need a nuclear bomb, as it has very powerful friends on the UNSC who have plenty. Reports from the IAEA which monitors them is that it’s enriching u’ranium to reactor grade (3%) not weapons grade (90%), which I’ran says is legally entitled to do under the NPT. What are relevant here are UN Security Council Resolutions 1696 (h**p://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Nations_Security_Council_Resolution_1696)
      and 1737 (h**p://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Nations_Security_Council_Resolution_1737)

      Note, because the resolution is under Article 41 of Chapter 7 of the United Nations Charter, it cannot be enforced through the use of military means Note how 1636 (h**p://www.un.org/News/Press/docs/2006/sc8792.doc.htm) effectively tries to change the conditions of the NPT after the fact?

      One has to ask why the IAEA is not inspecting I’srael, P’akistan or I’ndia (h**p://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-11407589) – that’s because they unlike I’ran have not signed the NPT! This is why this is victimization of I’ran is considered diplomatically unfair/unjust. The NPT is voluntary!

      Why would other countries sign up to it after all this?

      Even the IAEA corrects the I’sraeli/EU/USA press (h**p://www.jpost.com/Iranian-Threat/News/IAEA-claims-Iran-delivery-is-for-cancer-therapy-project)

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      You can X-Check !ran’s intent and reality by looking at the actions of !srael and R’uss!a.

      If there was a real problem in !ran with nuke development then either of those two would act – the latter seeking authorization through the UN and being friendly to US, the former denying involvement in another mysterious explosion at a facility in !ran.

      Both understand the geopolitical risks involved there and !srael in particular knows it would be a target: An asymmetric one thanks to its policies in P’alestine and !ran’s direct support of H’amas.

      Note: There is also the rumour (not fully confirmed by !ran) of the 2005 fatwa which stated that !ran had no interest in having nuclear weapons.

      That fatwa is somewhat controversial but gives a very strong card to Khamenei indeed.

      Seeking common spiritual ground with the theocracy is required in order to establish mutually agreeable terms of engagement. Should really be just a different style of diplomacy, but diplomacy nonetheless.

      The !ranian State will eventually become more secular but a precondition for that is removal of all threats to itself and non-involvement of infidels in the !slamic sectarian conflicts which are ongoing.

      The reality at present is what it is: speculation otherwise is fatuous. The alternatives to diplomacy is war. That would be a conflict the West would lose – badly – which is why it is off the table.

      The nuke deal will only slow !ran’s program not stop it.

      The idea is perhaps to give !ran some time to adjust to a new reality with reduced threats and rebuild its economy with a view to transitioning to a less theocratic State and be able to make the political and religious decisions on its own terms to abandon the program and redefine its future national objectives.

      Bear in mind that the Clerics could end that program tomorrow if they decree – but they will only offer do this when they are comfortable. Inshallah.

      If !ran do sign, then international pressure on !srael for it to agree to a peace deal with P’alestine and formally recognize that State will be immense. Once !srael do that the probability of !ran issuing the fatwa on abandoning nuclear weapons will be increased significantly.

      !ran and !srael both have a mutual interest in these outcomes as it would boost needed trade between the two nations and across the region.

      O’bama to his credit is trying to get this across the line despite intense resistance from all sides. Am not a fan of his, but what he is doing here is the right thing, albeit somewhat high stakes.

      There are several strategic interests of deep importance to the US also, not least being the opportunity to restore its own credibility and soft power post B’ush, but also to reduce its global security costs.

      A peaceful ME will fix most of the terrorism problems around the world, including the UK. But there are many interests aligned against such peace.

      Vote UKIP :-D

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    Isn’t Chucky the guy that writes his own Wikipedia profile?

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    domino says:

    It could be worse, they could carry out FGM, kidnap school girls, burn churches, conduct ritual killings and 49 fraud worldwide as they do in Chukka’s very own Nigeria.

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    The British media are cunts says:

    I see the Torygraph have disabled the comments section on their article about Chucky.

    I don’t think he was very popular.

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    B'Stard says:

    On ITV right now, The New Statesman, showing in tribute to the great Rik Mayall.

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    Ukiper come from BongoBongo Land. Chuka Umunna says:

    ‘Disconnected’ UKIP voters do not know how to use the internet or send emails, claims Labour’s Chuka Umunna

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2665102/UKIP-voters-not-know-use-internet-send-emails-claims-Labours-Chuka-Umunna.html

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    @EU Funded Pro EU Troll

    To quote from Hao Wang may seem an odd point to resume my review of your multiple posts but there is an object lesson here which, if it is just half as useful to you as it is to me, will make it worthwhile the effort of my posting and your reading.


    Turing’s theory of computable functions antedated but has not much influenced the extensive actual construction of digital computers. These two aspects of theory and practice have been developed almost entirely independently of each other. The main reason is undoubtedly that logicians are interested in questions radically different from those with which the applied mathematicians and electrical engineers are primarily concerned. It cannot, however, fail to strike one as rather strange that often the same concepts are expressed by very different terms in the two developments.” (Wang 1954, 1957:63)

    You are intelligent enough, I know, to already see where I am driving here but I shall attempt to set it out more clearly, especially in case anyone else is interested.

    Despite Turing’s undoubted brilliance, rigour and prescience, the development of digital computing took on a totally different course to that envisaged by Turing due entirely to matters which he could not have possibly been able to foresee.

    Practice almost always modifies theory. It does not detract from Turing in the slightest.

    Now we consider one of my heroes, Karl Popper. His role in the downfall of communism was huge. On its way, he created demons out of Plato, Hegel, Marx and others. Does that mean we should not read them? Definitely not! Should we stop listening to Wagner because of his influence on a certain bloke with a small moustache, who forgot that Napoleon got trapped in the Russian winter and so emulated that very mistake more than a century later? Of course not!

    I am just clearing the undergrowth here, hopefully in an even more humble way than John Locke.

    [Part 2 of God knows how many :-) ]

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    Chuka Twat says:

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  101. 299
    We don't like you says:

    I see that tedious old bag is on BBC papers review, alongside some castrated boy.

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  102. 300
    Dunning-Kruger says:

    Chukka seems to be an example of this:

    https://www.math.ucdavis.edu/~suh/metacognition.pdf

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    Bit of a shot across Miliband’s bows from the G’uardian tomorrow…

    Vote UKIP :-D

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      A says:

      Come on IDS, let’s go.

      It’s Men v. Boys time.

      Leave the EU shambles, guard the borders and shut out the riffraff. Now.

      Nigel to be awarded the VC.

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    A says:

    Sort this messy board out. What goes on here?

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  105. 317
    Chuka Umunna xcalls Ukipper illiterate says:

    ‘Computer illiteracy’ makes Ukip voters ‘feel isolated’

    http://www.itv.com/news/update/2014-06-22/ukip-voters-feel-disconnected-due-to-computer-illiteracy/

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  106. 318
    'Gypsy' Dave Cooper says:

    Chuka talks shite, nothing new….great night here, tons of friends and family and all pretty rinsed…

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    What a sad case Umunna is says:

    The sad thing is, This supposedly intelligent man believes the crap that he has been fed by his aides. He really thinks UKIP is doing well because their voters are illiterate

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      Village Idiot says:

      …..From what I have seen and heard, and, in fact know, is that those at the sharp end of UKIP are extremely smart, articulate and educated, with wisdom, which is more than can be said for many in other parties’
      Chuka has a deluded perception of UKIP voters, more his version of wishful thinking,which, for the most part, is wrong, but, they live in a world devoid of reality, and skewed opinions to fit in with their agenda and mindset!

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  108. 322
    Ed Nili will sleep well though says:

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    Chuka gives Dave a Black look says:

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    'Gypsy' Dave Cooper says:

    Ed and Chuka….

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  111. 328
    Purple Dogzzz says:

    Nigel Evans fights to save seat after Tory activist revolt

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/conservative/10918020/Nigel-Evans-fights-to-save-seat-after-Tory-activist-revolt.html

    The Conservative MP for the safe Lancashire seat of Ribble Valley is facing moves to deselect him by Tory activists who have taken a “dim view” of allegations made in court about his lifestyle in Westminster, including heavy drinking and sex with younger men.

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      Fred the pensioner says:

      About bloody time they woke up. Just get on with it – oh and do try to find somebody ‘straight’ next time. There are far too many woofters in Parliament.

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  112. 330
    Orson Cart says:

    So, Aljabeeba will let him call us uneducated thicko, but they will not let us call him a black chimpanzee. Hardly impartial journalism

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      Edna Bucket (it's pronounced Bouquet) says:

      Surely you weren’t thinking of insulting the entire world’s chimpanzee population ?

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  113. 332
    Tony Blair says:

    What is important is more wars for more blood money in my pocket. What is important is.

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  114. 333
    Nick robinson says:

    And I’ve just heard that England lost 2 vs 1 to Uraguay

    This could be the end of the road for David beckham, John terry, rio Ferdinand, Michael Owen, Alan shearer and fabio copello !

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    Esau says:

    How much wood could a woodchucka chucka

    If a woodchucka could chucka wood?

    As much wood as a woodchucka could chucka,

    If a woodchucka could chucka wood.

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  116. 336
    Fake Blood says:

    He’s a supercilious snobbish halfwit. Not worth even listening to

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  117. 337
    Ukipers Can't Use the internet, so they won't see this says:

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      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      I didn’t see it, I never watch Liebours mouth piece spouting garbage, I prefer to be either scratching my bottom in bed or down at the car-boot, today the sun was shining and I went to the car-boot, I voted UKIP, what’s the Internet, is that something to do with fishing or is it something to do when you get waylaid by idiots asking you questions and you just yap on about knowing nothing until they give up.

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    • 381
      Fred the pensioner says:

      Just look at that pic of real proper English “gentlemen” allowing that unwanted bird to sit on the arm of the settee. That’s the way to do it chaps. Assert your superiority over these idiot feminazis. Next time make her stand up, so she knows her place. :-)

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    Tachybaptus says:

    Oh dear, Chuka’s Wikipedia page has received the attention of someone other than himself. A recently added final section called ‘FootInMouth’ details precisely this gaffe. A pity that the author couldn’t spell ‘denigrate’, but it makes its point. Wonder how long it will stay up.

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      Wiki Paste says:

      Controversies[edit]

      Online activity[edit]

      In April 2013, The Sun stated that in 2007 Umunna, using the Wikipedia Username Socialdemocrat, created and repeatedly edited his own Wikipedia page. The newspaper highlighted edits such as those describing Umunna as the British Barack Obama and ‘gifted’.[32][33] Umunna told the Daily Telegraph that he did not alter his own Wikipedia page, but the paper quoted what they called “sources close to Umunna” as having told the newspaper that “it was possible that one of his campaign team in 2007, when he was trying to be selected to be Labour’s candidate for Streatham in the 2010 general election, set up the page.”[34] On 11 April 2013, the Evening Standard stated that an edit in January 2008 to Umunna’s Wikipedia page was made from a computer at the law firm at which he then worked. Umunna said that he had “no recollection” of making the edits.[35]

      Gambling[edit]

      Umunna was accused of hypocrisy when it emerged that he had accepted a £20,000 gift from a gambling executive, even though he has been campaigning against the spread of betting shops in his constituency and had promised new powers to limit them.[36]

      FootInMouth[edit]

      On 22nd June 2014, Umunna was on the BBC Programme “The Andrew Marr Show”, when he denegrated all UKIP voters by saying “Many disconnected people cannot go online, send emails etc and voted UKIP,”, this coming from a man whos own party 3 days earlier had tweeted that “everyone should have his own owl”, and as the Shadow Business Secretary you would have thought he would have to have agreed to a major policy decision like this.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chuka_Umunna

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

        if Chuck was a computer he would be called Windows Infinity.

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

          nobody can ever invent a computer that can keep up with Chuck’s typing speed because Chuck will just type faster.

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

            when Bill comes out with a new software he gives it to Chuck to test because its quicker than getting 2 million beta testers.

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

            Chuck doesn’t need a computer, he determined the position of ever atom in the universe over a latte.

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        joolz says:

        not long, remove at 0530 this morning

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    Smug Champagne swilling socialist says:

    Oh it’s wonderful being part of the political elete owning, as we do, the higher moral ground and deciding what words are non PC. Getting our drones within the schools, the media, the BBC and even the universities to push our agenda.

    We even have a Brown self appointed future PM in Chuka – so he tells us.

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    The Sun and cheese? Where they for Ed? says:

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    sad but true. Chuka a Labour MP wants nothing to do with working men says:

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

    This moon that is composed of seas of methane and whatnot, why has it not blown up ? I know it’s very cold and heat is required for ignition but you’d think that a good sized asteroid whacking into it would generate enough heat to cause ignition. With all that free energy just a stone’s throw away do you think the Russians will help us get it ?

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    We know the BBC is bent says:

    I’m certain that Rachel Reeves, appearing with Brillo this morning, was definitely Milliband in drag. Same ugly, same voice and inflexions (ugly adenoidal) same total idiocy of thought. No wonder you never see “them” together.

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    Noble Savage says:

    Well he’s probably right isn’t he? – given the age and social profile of UKIP’s votes, which is not to devalue those votes.

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      Fred the pensioner says:

      Have you even learned how to send smoke signals properly without making spelling mistakes?

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  125. 358

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  126. 370

    @EU Funded Pro EU Troll

    Now commenting on yours of June 22, 2014 at 11:22 am. In a later post (12:13 pm), you say “sounds a bit Tinfoil eh?”.

    You might find this strange but I do not find it that tinfoil. Clearly there are things we believe and disbelieve. But then there is a vast area which we do not know and to which one has to attach some degree of credibility.

    “Pan-Europa” is the shorthand for International Paneuropean Union, an organisation which saw the unification of Europe as an answer to the problems that had recently beset the continent. We are back to Count Richard Nikolaus von Coudenhove-Kalergi and his 1923 paper, Paneuropa (with no hyphen).

    The horrors of WWI, the vast death toll, the regard for men as being entirely disposable, the huge deployment of matériel, the fact that some had their lives shattered whilst others saw huge gain in their fortunes, the unpredictable and capricious nature of it, all this gave rise to a vast number of movements for what might prevent such a tragedy from happening again.

    Two of the nations, Germany and Italy, had only recently come into being and it is ironic (or indeed perhaps causal) that they had been the ones which had brought about many of the contributory problems in the first instance.

    We have the ability to look back in history and see that some of these ideas went horribly wrong. A number actually encouraged WW2. We are back with the French, their naïve approach to reparations and the hyperinflation it brought about in Germany. The League of Nations recognised that not only had order broken down between nations but also within them. However, it was weak and slow. The USA was not even in the League and Britain and France, despite Churchill’s warnings, pursued appease’ment. Japan and Manchuria, Italy and Abyssinia all paved the way for Germany.

    Put in context, one might excuse von Coudenhove-Kalergi some of his theories whilst pinning a greater amount of blame on those who moved to implement them. (My earlier Popperian reference applies here.)

    It is interesting to note at this juncture that the strongly anti-communist Pan-Europa was banned in 1933 by no less than Adolf Hitler. Our leftie friends may like to reflect on that when they try to hose off similarities…

    [Part 3 of God knows how many :-) ]

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    Harriet Harman says:

    My titties taste like rosewater and honey

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      Fred the pensioner says:

      Really! But Jack just assured us he thought it was more like washing up water and sour milk. Chacun a son gout as the frogs say..

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  128. 380
    Diane FatBot says:

    Chuka agrees with me. All whities should be micropchipped and if they have a waycist thought we’ll socially ostracise them. Theri behaviour is so ingrained they don’t even know when they’re being waycist. Its up to us to teach them, with electro-convuslive therapy if necessary. We’ll start self help groups for them where the first stage is they admit to being a waycist, no confession = no progression / rehabilitation.

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      A Chandler says:

      Oi fatty, as a member of the ‘minority community’ in this country, you should be careful what you propose – otherwise you might just find yourself swinging from piano wire under Blackfriars bridge. (if we can find any strong enough that is).

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  129. 386
    albacore says:

    James Bond’s successors have given up his ghost
    Now that poor old Britain’s the unhappy host
    Of millions of migrants Parliament pulled in
    And commanded folks to view as kith and kin

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-27968963

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  130. 389
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Samantha said to me, “Whenever a World Cup game is on, let’s eat something to do with that team for dinner that night.”

    Mexico was on, we had burritos.
    Japan was on, we had sushi.
    USA was on, we had burgers.
    Italy was on, we had pizza.

    Tuesday is England, so we’re going out.

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  131. 391
    Eric Pickles says:

    One of the greatest benefits of multiculturalism is that 500 “British Muslims” have gone to fight Jihad in the Middle East. True pluralism.

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  132. 398
    Owen Bennet jones says:

    Chukka is a genius. The product of all the education that a privileged up bring could buy. Yet incapable od understanding basic statistics.

    With leaders like this what a glorious future Britain has a head of it.

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      Fred the pensioner says:

      You are confusing education with intelligence. They are rarely the same thing.

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  133. 399
    Casual Observer 2 says:

    Luciana — do us all a favour — next time you sit on Chukkers face, don’t get off until the fucking idiot’s stopped breathing permanently.

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  134. 401
    Camerades_in_Defeat says:

    England now joint 28TH in World Cup (with Spain yet to play Aussies)
    Only Cameroon realistically heading for Bottom below England.

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  135. 407

    I thought it was acknowledged that UKIP won the social media war.

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  136. 408
    Old Git Dial Up says:

    I think, thanks to emails, we know all about Nigerian scammers, even the ones hiding behind a “new image”

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  137. 411

    The British Obama said what? ha

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  138. 412
    TimoUK says:

    Chuka Umunna is obviously racist

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  139. 415
    MayfairMagFan says:

    He thinks we’re disconnected?

    This slimey two-faced hypocritical runt who’s probably never done a real days work in his life thinks we’re the disconnected ones?

    Here’s a hint dickwad… Every morning when you get up and look at your pretty face in the mirror you’re seeing the reason for any ‘disconnection’. In fact, I’d go further and say that you’re looking at the person who’s disconnected (from reality).

    Now why don’t you just fuck off.

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