June 25th, 2014

Lobby Snorts at Labour Lawbreaker Line

One question has been buzzing around today:

One for Ed’s team to sniff out.


  1. 1
    Richard Bacon unbiassed says:

    Nothing wrong with a little snort


    • 4
      Luis Suarez says:

      Can’t beat a bit of the Columbian marching powder although I have to say it gives me the nibbles something awful.


      • 49
        Socialism is theft says:

        Liblabcons – illegal drug taking, expense frauds. Why would you not vote for them?


        • 63
          Vote LibLabCon for unlimited immigration and 2x debt says:

          Because they reduce Britain’s debt, that’s why. And they reduce immigration.

          Oh, hang on..


          • Gay Dave says:

            Come out Andy! You are our last sporting hope. #BumboysfortheWin


          • Dave says:

            I shall be convening COBRA to deal with the Suarez Bandwagon incident, and deflect from being a universally reviled arse bandit prime minister whose country is the laughing stock of the sporting world.


          • Will Straw, future dual-national PM says:

            anyone need any dope?


        • 85
          Handycock, sexual pervert extraordinaire says:

          You vote for them because stars like me are one of them, despite the fact that they are trying to expel me – never happen, my boys have contributed too much to the Party. On another tack, what is going on Grand Master why didn’t you fix this for me?




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

            Sorry Handy, been otherwise engaged. I hope you are enjoying your extended holiday in your villa in Spain. When am I going to get one from your boys, just like yours? The sooner I do, the sooner full service on your behalf, will be resumed. Jahbulon.


      • 215
        Seals and Crofts says:

        Nibbles on toot? You must be joking! best slimming aid I’ve ever come across!


    • 5
      Ed Miliband says:

      I trust Tom, he’s got eyes as wide as an Owl.


    • 39
      Bosun Higgs says:

      Ingesting cocaine is only a statutory crime, not a real crime like stealing private information from somebody’s phone.


    • 44
      Mr ed. says:

      Its the real thing.


    • 65
      Pa***s at the heart of Government says:

      Criminals at the heart of Government ? What about Blairs aide Philip Lyon Mr Milliband ?


    • 86
      Labour Party Internal Memo - URGENT says:

      Can someone please check to see if it is a criminal offence to drive away from the scene of an accident and failing to report an accident?



      • 91
        Labour Party Internal Memo - URGENT says:

        PS – EM needs this before PMQ’s.

        Otherwise he could end up looking a right twat! (again!)


        Assistant to EM.

        PPS – go easy on me – I’m new here! LOL ;-)

        PPPS – This living wage sucks big time


    • 95
      England is becumin a ferd world cess-pit innit says:

      Bacon is the biggest cu’nt on Radio Five Live, so he’s up against some stiff competition in the cu’nt stakes

      And thats all i have to say about that cu’nt


      • 100
        You'll pay in the end says:

        Or letting IRA terrorists evade justice, behind the backs of the people of the United Kingdom


    • 255
      William Hague says:

      There is nothing to be said about former SpADs and their relationship to the flowers of evil and to the current SpADs of the Opposition.

      I do wish I could talk more clearly. Hand me the toilet roll.


  2. 2
    Cameron lying at PMQs again says:

    Cameron claimed that in 2009, when the Guardian first reported that phone hacking at the News of the World may have gone further than a single rogue reporter, Coulson said he knew nothing about it – repeating an assurance made on taking the job with the Conservatives. Under oath, Cameron said: “I was reliant on his word but I was also reliant on the fact that the Press Complaints Commission had accepted his word, the select committee had accepted his word, the police had accepted his word, the Crown Prosecution Service had accepted his word.”

    But at that point in 2009, Coulson had not been interviewed by the police, the CPS or a select committee on the subject, and the PCC never interviewed Coulson personally. The prime minister gave an explanation which was – wholly, demonstrably and in detail – false.


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  4. 6
    The other Ed says:

    Ed Balls is a Lawbreaker but he’s going to number 11.


  5. 7

    The only one you can rely on is Mr F A Rage, to have a few strange hangers-on.


  6. 8
    Pesto says:

    I know the answer to why Coulson was not given top level security vetting in 2010.

    What happened was that Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood had decided that too many special advisers had access to the highest level of security clearance and wanted to reduce their number.

    So he made a policy decision, without pressure from David Cameron, not to get Coulson cleared for access to such material. At the same time, Mr Cameron’s chief of staff Ed Llewellyn was given the most vigorous degree of vetting, because of his foreign policy role.

    Sir Jeremy simply felt it was inappropriate for large numbers of SPADs – as special advisers are known at Westminster – to have access to this material.

    He subsequently decided Coulson was a good egg and could have access to this top secret sensitive material, even though he had not been cleared. So if anyone is going to be embarrassed by the failure to vet Coulson, and Labour’s investigation into this, it will be Britain’s top civil servant, Sir Jeremy Heywood.

    Liked by 1 person

    • 9
      Labour HQ says:

      Fuck, fuck, fuck.

      Have we got a plan B ready?


      • 254
        Vlad the Loudhailer says:

        These accusations have gone too far, too fast. Anyone for car parking lessons.


    • 12
      Field Marshal Rt Hon Iain Dunning Kruger MP says:

      I’ve noticed that it’s always the civil servants’ fault when things go wrong.


      • 45
        jgm2 says:

        I blame the voters.

        They’re the ones who vote for these fuckwits.

        Look at Brown. Single-handedly destroys the UK economy and his idiot voters increase his majority in Fucking Scotland.


      • 51
        Socialism is theft says:

        I have noticed whenever the civil servants cock things up, the Minister is always the one who gets the shit.

        Liked by 1 person

        • 217
          SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          it is Cameron’s fault for not purging the civil service of all Blair and Brown’s placemen.


          • Don't Stop Me Now! says:

            Try getting rid of all the Ministry Of Funny Handshakes and Oxbridge Trash first. Sitting on lifelong careers with no accountability and only fellow marble-mouthed cnuts to judge themselves by.


      • 56
        Anonymous says:

        Well, if they give duff advice it is their fault, they are supposed to be the permanent experts.


    • 16
      inside out says:

      The Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood is a waste of space.Everything he seems to touch goes to rat shit Plebgate investigation for example,these civil servants are not fit for purpose

      Liked by 1 person

    • 23
      50 quid for the willie scoop you cheap cunt says:

      “highest level of security clearance” – there are only 2 levels of clearance, sc “security clearance” and dv “developed vetting” note developed not detailed which is far more intrusive in terms of checking than sc.

      considering coulson was a senior in the murdoch empire prior to the number 10 position there is no doubt mi5 would have had a file on him. anyway boy wonder enjoy jail remember touch toes up it goes.


      • 35
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        The real deal was that Murdoch yet again ‘managed and manipulated’ the system to get his man Coulson into No 10. Coulson was Murdochs linkman and the Tories damned well knew it.

        Entrap and Blackmail – it’s what Murdoch has been getting away with for decades – there is not a single judge in this country with the moral backbone to do the bastard. Probably because with the financial ‘reach’ of his ‘private investigators / owned journo’s’ Murdoch has records and evidence on every top judge in the Country – for those ‘just in case’ moments – where judgments fly in the face of natural justice.


        • 84
          Stu says:

          What utter rubbish. Tin foil hats in the post.


          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            Hey Stu – stew on this – “You can fool some of the people for some of the time, but you cannot fool all of the people for all of the time.”

            get fucked you owned naive Stuart Kuttner type.


      • 96
        Tim Yeo-Yo says:

        Don’t forget DV Strap on.

        Particularly popular with the limp dumbs.


      • 174
        Magnus Magnusson says:

        “highest level of security clearance” – there are only 2 levels of clearance

        So should be “higher level of security clearance”


        • 203
          Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

          En passant, who cleared Heywood and to what level (and how?). The security services not doing their jobs properly?

          Isn’t he on secondment from some crooked bank or other in the City? WTF is he doing at these levels of the Civil Service? Career civil servants with a lifetime of experience who have risen to that level must be feeling really pistov with the politicians – no wonder they come up with some daft recommendations – and the idiot politicos fall for them every time.

          Get these privatised individuals (all of them) right out of government altogether.


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  8. 11
    A Rogues' Gallary says:


  9. 13
    Mr. & Mrs. Ball-Scooper, TRIPLE FLIPPER says:



  10. 21

    Miliband’s failure today is why this:

    Is socialist fan-fiction set in the future – and about as close as they will get to dominating the galaxy.

    But if Ed built a time machine… shudder.

    Vote UKIP :-D


  11. 36
    What's Nigel up to? says:


  12. 53
    Cameron Is A CUNT says:

    ah, Cameron, yes ……….. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

    fucking lying murdering ctunt


  13. 54
    Baron Hon says:

    Instead of the constant wonderment at Eeslam, why not sweep the place out. It’s like a fackin nightmare. Scum.


    • 61
      Anonymous says:

      I take it you have an honours degree in English Literature ?


      • 80
        nell says:

        Ah obviously a student taught during the 13 years of labour terror – spelling, grammar and education not exactly labour’s strong point!


        • 93
          Tim Yeo-Yo says:

          What exactly are Labours strong points?

          Economic incompetence?
          Ruining education standards?
          Illegal wars?
          Being happy with people becoming filthily rich?
          Allowing unlimited and uncontrolled immigration?
          Hating the English?
          Massive hypocrisy?
          Relying on useful idiots like Jimmy to shore up their vote?

          I’m sure the list is endless but the mouth breathers and inadequates will still vote for them.


  14. 60
    ancientpopeye says:

    Not to mention McBride or Lord Muck the mortgage liar.


  15. 69
    Media Scum says:

    Ex paper boy Baldwin is Snow white.


  16. 73
    Labour Scum with nose dandruff says:

    How do you get rid of nose dandruff?


    • 205
      Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

      That question gives a whole new meaning to the word ‘blow” it.


  17. 75
    Hoots! It's Clown says:

    Spent a very rewarding day at a grape crisis centre.

    It’s just for wimmin who’ve been assaulted by a bunch of men


  18. 77
    the internet says:

    Chuka cheese has gone and purged a whole lot of posts from his facebook page, wonder if he gets that nobody likes the smug twat yet


    • 90
      nell says:

      LOL! He is the next saint omaha of the UK according to his own entries in wiki thingy!! Obviously he has to make sure his tweets and stuff are absolutely white as the driven snow as he aims for the highest job in the land as militwit heads for the buffers!!


      • 206
        Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

        The highest job in the land is done by Charlie the window cleaner who services the top floors of The Shard monstrosity in the city of London


      • 249
        Fatbott says:

        “white as the driven snow”!



  19. 78
    nell says:

    I thought after gordon had gone that labour would never be amusing or entertaining again. How wrong I was!! Apart from militwit acting like a 12 year old , and a not very bright one at that, at the despatch box this morning, now we have cruddas saying there’s a serious labour leadership challenge underway between ..,….wait for it…..bullyballs, andy burnham and the shrill yvette!!!

    OMG! militwit looks positively attractive, with the charisma of tonybliar , against that field!!!


  20. 79
    weird Ed says:

    Please, no, no no, come on now, leave Tom alone, he has done a lot of good work on the economy.

    of columbia


  21. 87
    nell says:

    Obviously we have to look at this ‘criminals in no 10 Downing St’ that militwit , in his schoolboy fashion, is whingeing on about.

    Do lies told by alycampbell and bliar that led to the unnecessary Iraq War and deaths of thousands count as a criminal offense anywhere in militwits flawed consciousness?

    Does the bullying of D r D a v i d K e l l y by alycampbell and bliar, that led to his unnecessary death, count as a criminal offense anywhere, in militwits flawed consciousness?

    Do the deaths of thousands in the NHS death camps under andyburnham during 13 years of labour terror count as a criminal offense anywhere, in militwits flawed consciousness?

    Liked by 1 person

    • 112
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      don’t forget Hoon and his 2 spad especially Michael Dugher – former union Marxist bullyboy.


      • 197
        Gordon Brown says:

        I kick started the whole Maddy McHunt cover up so you just know that’s going to end brilliantly for everyone!


  22. 102
    Born yesterday says:

    It’s World Cup Booby Time!


  23. 103
    Mr Ed says:

    One of my many advisers, Everard, tells me you can’t have too many men in your inner circle.


  24. 106
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Can’t let a good un go to waste (includes spelling correction) -Thaks for asking the question Nell

    The dead body being that of the marxist Unions.

    nell says:
    June 25, 2014 at 3:44 pm

    What’s an NEC election?

    Like this

    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:
    June 25, 2014 at 3:52 pm

    It’s the shortened form for “Necrophilia” = The sexual attraction for having sexual intercourse with dead Bodies.

    Rather apt i’d say …


  25. 109
    Trashbin Alibi Frown says:

    You’re all being very mean to Ed Miliband today. Stop being mean to him and to me!


  26. 110
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Funny how the PM’s little speech seems to have managed to get the final charges V Coulson – way laid … very strange indeed OR DELIBERATE?

    As for Stuart Kuttner on CH4 – yes you are a ‘naive’ 5hit – it’s almost as if it were all planned.

    Liked that mention by Snow of News Int running a “Criminal Enterprise” …

    And btw Kuttner – ‘Ignorance of the law is no excuse’ – unless of course you have the criminals at the MET on your payroll – while having the past PM and the current one on the p[ayroll as well…


  27. 111
    Lard Pressclott of Beams, Bellies, Banjos, Bulimia, two bog seats, two Jags & Shags. says:


  28. 113
    Anonymous says:

    Obviously you have to keep it tight in case of leaks.


  29. 114

    @EU Funded Pro EU Troll

    My summing up of the seven posts in a series.

    The first strand examines the extent to which the data, the rapportage, the IR considerations, the priorities, effectiveness and (even) philosophy of international bodies of supposed repute, all these considerations and more, may be trusted. My findings give no grounds for assurance to the average citizen on this issue.

    The second strand illustrates (using neutral territory) the differences between theory and practice, the importance of not shooting the messenger thereby discouraging thought (all of which must be welcomed – however unpleasing), the need to place blame at the doors of perpetrators and not their proxies. Ground clearing.

    The third strand addresses the European context of the preceding two centuries of history, two large but very recently (historically) formed countries which never had the chance to bed down in the way that England/Britain (or even the more turbulent France) had. It also highlights the reluctance of the USA to step in until the situation was almost too late. Historically it was a relatively recent nation too and falteringly (I would suggest) finding its feet as a world power, this situation laden with all the contradictions which reality brings to face. This entire area builds hugely on the second strand. The striking similarities between the absolutism of N’azism and communism are also noted.

    The fourth strand looks at the paper of Richard Nikolaus Eijiro von Coudenhove-Kalergi and the movement which sprang from it. An extraordinary person with western and eastern parents and philosophical influences, he is very difficult to assimilate in a casual glance. There is a huge amount to be desired in his idealism and people like Churchill readily recognised this (with some occasional reservations). But the very foundations of his approach paved the way for hijacking in a similar way that the thoughts of Marx and Engels were distorted to suit expediency. Consequentialism and disregard for history are components here but maybe the main culprit is human greed and the lack of breadth that narrow focus of objectives brings. We have witnessed this in the LIBOR manipulating of late but it was also present in different from at Auschwitz. (My thanks to @grumpyoldmanuk)

    The fifth strand highlights the practical effects of the fourth, some unexpected. The greatest danger can even arise after a battle is won than during its waging (Iraq is a fine example of this.) Mankind rarely appreciates this insight, so it seems… Skewed worldview, mission creep, absolute corruption.

    The sixth follows from the fifth and laments the almost complete absence of strategy in a world where instant gratification is not even seen as being soon enough.

    The seventh may seem unconnected but it illustrates much of the above in one simple but unacknowledged fact about the guys across the pond (where I have so many friends). It was the US, yes, those ‘supremacists’ in the world of technology and geopolitical power, who blew it. Their predictable reaction is all about revenge and nothing about fixing the levee.

    I have avoided commenting on what you termed as pan-America as I do not feel competent to comment in this area at this level of critical examination, despite having travelled reasonably widely there. My assumption is that you refer to what is now the OAS. I do harbour some reservations though, to put it mildly.


    My whole approach here has been to differentiate between ideas and their execution and between which a huge discrepancy can open very quickly, often to the extent that the opposite of the intended result is achieved.

    One of von Coudenhove-Kalergi’s suggestions was that English should become the world’s lingua franca. So it came to pass, not because he proposed it, indeed the French resisted it for decades.

    He proposed a continental wide abolition of customs. It is partly in effect but being undermined by “health and safety” and other political shenanigans. The basic idea is good.

    He advocated monetary union as a long term objective. A worthy one if done properly between similar countries economically but we have seen that the practical problem has been in the areas of implementation and control. The mess which has ensued may actually save the currency as excesses are now seen by the greater majority as the cause of economic hardship.

    A significant part of socialism has been absorbed into many parties of the right. We no longer talk about abolishing state pensions, or some sort of welfare system (for those in real need) despite it being merely a future impost on taxpayers rather than a properly funded scheme. Despite some not being convinced by its rationale. Someone who has paid for four decades for others to benefit is not going to lightly agree to being suddenly cut off themselves as they approach retirement age.

    His approach to the rolling back of democracy will quite rightly offend most people here. The only possibly effective alternative to that which I have seen is the jury system and the cutting out of the lobby system overnight. On this point von Coudenhove-Kalergi was clearly wrong.

    But we are talking of the 1920s. The Habsburg Empire had only ceased five years before. Currencies were still backed by gold. Universal suffrage was not fully in place. The nobility still had more power. The world was a very different place. We can only judge him in the terms of the times.

    Where our criticism should be directed at is those who occupy positions of power now but fail to recognise that the modalities have changed in the intervening time. One of these is about to be appointed to the role of President of the EU. They guy that Henry Kissinger wanted to pick up the phone to when he wanted to “talk to Europe”.

    I shall shortly attach an appendix of links to the entire correspondence.

    Vote UKIP :-D

    [Part 8 of 8 :-) finis ]


    • 119
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      i object to certain portions of your summation which are clearly formed from your part indoctrination perhaps because of your age and key factors which have given you somewhat of a ‘blindspot’ when it comes to ‘believing mantras’ – without being able to pull yourself up for fact finding especially of evidence which has subsequently come to light e.g. Miscarriages of justice do happen – as do gross miscarriages of justice – helped along with a lorra lorra propaganda, entrapment and blackmail .


      • 127

        I object to generalised criticism but welcome specific points which your “e.g.” does nothing to assist me to identify.

        In order to construct just this response, I have referred to more words in divers publications than are contained in all your postings, ever, on this site.

        Notwithstanding, as a human being I am fallible. At least I recognise that…

        My challenge to you is to put your own ‘blindspot’ away and specify one single item and properly annotate it. If you convince me I am wrong, I will most willingly retract.

        Otherwise, sit and spin, buddy!


        • 132
          it's legal now says:

          Ffs, get a room you two.


        • 150
          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          i clearly stated some years ago on here that there needs to be a worldwide ‘moratorium’ to look into the nuremberg trials and of how ‘the judges’ back then were ‘affected’ into one school of thinking.

          Evidence has irrefutably come into the public domain that the judges reacted in the heat of the aftermath (plenty of stories including much propaganda) of WWII – see ‘victors’ justice’ [Ref Gulag A History by Anne applebaum as referred to 101 times].

          The time is now for a world-wide ‘Moratorium’ < but not controlled by those who have a vested interest in many unpalatable truths not being spoken.

          Note the full blown 'reactions' (always OTT) of certain members of the public when their tribe is questioned. You and i know who i am talking about SC so lets not you wear convenient blinkers when it suit you – and don't go all 'attack the man' and not the subject mode on i as has been your form.


          • Thank you for proving to everyone on this forum that you are unable to pay attention to even the basics of any discussion but prefer to promote your own agenda, for whatever purpose I know not.

            Richard Nikolaus Eijiro von Coudenhove-Kalergi published his manifesto in 1923.

            World War II (1939-1945, in case you did not study history) was not even envisaged so soon after the Treaty of Versailles (1919), let alone started. The hyper-inflation that rocked Germany and paved the way for ‘The National Socialist’ had not even occurred by this time.

            I am willing to engage you on that as a separate issue any day of the week. But we were discussing the origins of the European movement long before it came into being.

            To produce my series and summary on this has involved me bending over backwards in order not to make any assumptions. To avoid writing a complete book, I have made short of some aspects but one can only try people’s patience so far.

            Try again. Seriously. Think first before typing this time…


          • tabblenabble03 says:

            The J*wish (The Viper’s Brood according to gangsters John the B. and Jesus of N.) genius was to create an ideology for the outgroup which promoted both celibacy amongst its intelligentsia and fecundity amongst its cognitively-challenged.


          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            SC – you do it every time when you receive a comment not to your liking – you attack the man. Thanks for that – yet again.


          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            SC – you open out all of your comments / replies to i as if you are the master of all knowledge who cannot be questioned … it is so blatant but hey you keep right on in there.


          • ta b ble n ab ble 0 6 says:


            So, ima g ine. Anoth er gr oup. Sa y bur glars. Ev ery tim e som eon e in the ne ighbo ur hoo d sp eaks out ab out this gang of bu rgl ars, thei r legal/PR rep rese nta tives mana ges to pu t pres sure on those co mplaini ng so they shut up. “Tha t grou p com plai n ing are just pr ej udiced. Th ey just have it in for my cli e nts. If the y keep on with their ha t ef ul talk, we will se ek le gal red ress a nd da m ages.”

            Mean while….stuff mysteriously continues to go mis sing…and the family acros s the roa dbgets richer and more powberful..
            Thebre are pe o ple abou t who d o this. Sadly.


          • @EeeYepBlowing Whistles

            Your comments lack content. When they do, they fall out of context. or they settle on a triviality. All this is evidenced here

            If you want to be specific, I shall engage. For God’s sake, some say I engage too much here!

            @EU Funded Pro EU Troll may agree or disagree with me but he offers clear and unambiguous argument and invariably finds I respond to him. You might ponder why this should be.

            But otherwise treat my future lack of response as my way of saying that I have nothing to add to your arrant fatuity.


          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            SC – you are beyond – way beyond the pale.


          • In the pan-europa manifesto of C-K (1923) the basic propaganda that was used by the NSDAP to mobilize people, and the outline of total war was expressed.

            It was probably more cause and effect – meaning that the ideas outlined and the climate at that time were picked up and used by the NSDAP later as they recognized they worked.

            C-K did give prophetic warning years later just prior to 1933 of what was coming, but by that time the genie which he had in part helped release had taken hold of the continent. Rabid nationalism was one of those forces he released.

            Pan-Europa had also in part inflamed G’erman nationalism, a force seized on to ultimately devastating effect by the NSDAP.

            But the ultimate blame for the rise of NSDAP and subsequent carnage lays really in two key areas:

            i) The division of the left: In G’ermany specifically the SPD / KPD split. KPD Communists fought the Social democrats, a split which provided opportunity for NSDAP to enter and hence render G’ermany ungovernable. (See 1930 / 1932 elections)

            ii) The early announcement in 1933 by the SPD of intent to boycott the Enabling Act vote thus denying quorum. That early announcement gave the NSDAP (Goering) the opportunity to change procedure.

            With the procedure changed, the vote took place, and with mainly Kaas support the final legal device H’itler required to secure power was granted.

            If the SPD had held off their announcement, the vote would not have taken place and the NSDAP would likely have seized power illegally triggering a civil war. That may have averted a full on World War.

            If the SPD / KPD had been less confrontational in the 1920’s, they could have formed a majority coalition and blocked the rise of the NSDAP prior to 1930.

            Vote UKIP :-D


          • @EU Funded Pro EU Troll

            In haste:

            On Na’zism

            “From the camp of bourgeois tradition, it takes national resolve, and from the materialism of the Marxist dogma, living, creative Socialism – AH (Max Domarus – Speeches etc.)

            Vote UKIP :-D


      • 196
        Paws for thought says:


        So you object to SC’s summary. Let’s look at what your objections could be?

        You are a fan of the UN?
        A fan of IAEA?
        You think that practice is always like theory?
        You are a commie?
        A Na-zi?
        LIBOR fixing was OK?
        Auschwitz was a myth?
        Iraq is great?
        Mission creep does not happen?
        US are completely right in their spying?
        You approve of ending democracy?
        You think any unelected person can be president of Europe?
        Especially if they only believe in more integration?

        It has to be one of these. Perhaps all, seeing as you clearly hate SC so much?

        Do tell!


        • 256
          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          Hey Paws
          You are referred to the above at 120.

          Do have a good re-read.
          Quote (below) from opening sentence just in case you missed the words.

          n.b. “CERTAIN PORTIONS”.

          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:
          June 25, 2014 at 9:16 pm

          “i object to certain portions of your summation”


    • 121

      The links are posted but awaiting the Automated Symposiarch’s pleasure. :-)

      I want to thank you for the extraordinary high quality of your research. It reaches a far higher standard than that of so many MPs who in the main should hang their heads in shame. We at least are free thinkers. They are told what to think. There are some noble exceptions who thereby do not get into government. Thanks also to our host for giving us the forum.

      One final dig at the USA in its current form:

      Wouldn’t they have loved to get their hands on Snowden? Just as they tried with Gary McKinnon. What happened to the pioneers of former years there?

      Had I been president (God forbid!), I would have offered McKinnon £1m (not dollars, mind) to come across and show us how he managed to get into our systems. Take us through every step to see how it turned from idea to reality. Use that experience to develop counter strategies. I would have offered a standing invitation to anyone in the world to do the same. How much more robust would those systems have become under such an approach?

      But no! All they had the wit to think of was to incarcerate him.

      Consider this and weep! The ‘crown’ (if I may put it that way :-) ) has in a sense already passed on.

      Vote UKIP :-D


      • 155
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        You ‘killed your own article / comment’ – because you just couldn’t write it without that ref to grumpy old man and a certain place. Which demonstrates that you ‘still clearly wear’ blinkers – where that portion of history is concerned. i am not going to ref the actual page – but read Young Stalin by of all people Simon Sebag monty…

        He stated something then ‘deftly moved on’ on one particular page – his blind spot.


        • 169

          Sorry but I am not hunting around for your references when you can’t even be arsed to past them yourselves. You once wanted me to watch a whole fucking film just to listen to one line that some slapper actress had said. You will not understand this but I do have a life to lead as well.

          The reference to GOM was an incidental and did not attach to my argument in the slightest. Rather like your ‘criticisms’, but without the pleasantry. Your initial contention is invalid.

          Third time lucky perhaps?


          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            Oh do stop your prissy little backbiting it really is beneath your perception of yourself on here. Your making errors now must be well past your bedtime. Good night.

            And btw – so you don’t want to have any calm and level discussion about a moratorium about facts then?


    • 128
      ADHD Andrew says:

      Far too long… Oh look a butterfly!


    • 131
      JadedJean acolyte says:

      The US has been, and was the first global power to achieve global monetary hegemony, via reserve currency power (far greater than any military power could convey). As Robert Fisk has oft commented, we need a reserve currency based on a basket of global currencies in order to level the playing field.

      Putin and China have just recently accelerated this process.

      Roll on US subjugation.


      • 136
        JadedJean acolyte says:

        PS – vote UKIP


      • 141

        Some sympathy with your point.

        There is some hark back to Marx when one consider that all solutions bring their own new problems. It is the paradox of life which would undoubtedly beset your declared wish.

        For what it is worth, I have the compete papers of Marx and Engels in my library as well as the publications of the small Austrian born man with a ‘tache. They are dwarfed by all the philosophers of the first rank and by even yet more of the others.

        I mention that as I believe that all thought should be both free and encouraged. The danger is only where it is taken to in action.

        Those who would close down thinking would equally close down life itself.


    • 182
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      i think Verbose is the word that ADHD Andrew was looking for.


    • 239

      Links referred to:

      1. http://order-order.com/2014/06/22/chuka-talks-trash-about-cyber-kippers/#comment-2217436
      2. h**p://order-order.com/2014/06/22/chuka-talks-trash-about-cyber-kippers/#comment-2217464
      3. h**p://order-order.com/2014/06/22/chuka-talks-trash-about-cyber-kippers/#comment-2217546
      4. h**p://order-order.com/2014/06/23/richs-monday-morning-view-71/#comment-2217713
      5. h**p://order-order.com/2014/06/23/competition-why-would-you-want-to-work-for-ed-miliband/#comment-2218620
      6. h**p://order-order.com/2014/06/23/competition-why-would-you-want-to-work-for-ed-miliband/#comment-2218692
      7. h**p://order-order.com/2014/06/23/competition-why-would-you-want-to-work-for-ed-miliband/#comment-2218740
      8. h**p://order-order.com/2014/06/25/lobby-snorts-at-labour-lawbreaker-line/#comment-2221680

      In response to:
      1. h**p://order-order.com/2014/06/21/sat#rday-seven-up-239/#comment-2216294 (with no less than seven links ;-) )
      2. general prefatory comment
      3. h**p://order-order.com/2014/06/22/read-guidos-column-in-the-sun-on-sunday-online-37/#comment-2216918
      4. Multiple references to Pan-Europa and vCK
      5. h**p://order-order.com/2014/06/22/read-guidos-column-in-the-sun-on-sunday-online-37/#comment-2216974
      6. ditto
      7. h**p://order-order.com/2014/06/22/read-guidos-column-in-the-sun-on-sunday-online-37/#comment-2217036

      (replace # in 1. with ‘u’!)

      Vote UKIP :-D


  30. 115
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    The British Parliament needs a good purging of all of its tainted by association criminals, liars, frauds, chancers, expenses thieves, child abusers et cetera – could there be a peaceful military coup when they all trot off on holiday on 22 July – such that none of them will be allowed to return and all payments will be stopped?

    btw the military also need to purge themselves of all the infiltraiting homos who i object to on the grounds that they are a threat to the National security of the greater population in the UK.


    • 126
      corporal jones says:

      They DO like it up ‘em, they DO like it up ‘em!


      • 177
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Can’t wait [NOT] to see all them lilly livered politicians sucking up to the homos on their parades – wearing womens frilly nickers and suspenders – and comitting all manner of lewd acts this w/end in London…..

        JFHC – what have our politically correct MP’s become?


  31. 117
    Born yesterday says:

    France v Ecuador is looking like a great game!


  32. 120
    The White Stuff says:

    What was the name of the Scottish Labour coke addict who was personal friends with Gordon? The one whom Gordon later said he didn’t know despite all the evidence to the contrary?


  33. 122
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Noticeable – today – How quick the scum are to front page and over several other pages – gloat that someone has been ‘acquitted’ … now are the Scum going to push for the release of someone they damned for the pigswill and CPSwill scum down in the Cardiff region of South Wales; some years ago or is it all about them being above the public?


  34. 123
    The Maqn with ALL the answers. says:

    So why the flying fook does he want to hand those decisions over to Brussels?


    • 129
      Chuka ( you can call me Harrison ) Urmunneyaround says:


      • 211
        Furry typist says:

        Why do high powered Labour scruffs always manage to forget to shave in the mornings?

        I am really puzzled by this as us ladies rarely if ever forget our make up (even if we have to do in the car on the way to work).


    • 130
      joolz says:

      Why do people give this posh kn0b airtime, he is only bothered about seeing himself on tv, in the papers.

      God help us if he ever gets into any position of power, he will be Oharma 2 adn look how well ohama 1 has worked out, Nobel Peace Prize for what, being the 1st black president, 1st illegal President


      • 135
        Obama, the first non-black black American president says:

        “ohama 1 has worked out, being the 1st black president”

        His father was black, his mother is white.

        Obama’s not black. He’s coloured.


        • 261
          (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

          The Yanks, for reasons best known to themselves, call anyone even vaguely coloured “black”!


      • 139
        D & A says:

        Obama is not Black. He’s Half-Caste. Or as Diane Abbott says, A Browning.


        • 210
          Just a small marmoset says:

          Yup, modded, just as I thought it would be, so I’ll retype with appropriate spacing:

          Just a small marmoset says:
          Your comment is awaiting moderation.
          June 26, 2014 at 5:07 am

          A ra co on you mean?

          This fucking moodybot displays blatant discrimination against innocent animals.


    • 133
      One of millions of ex-Labour voters says:

      “how we can build effective cities and grow a stronger economy”

      This by the Party the flooded our cities with immigrant scum, and wrecked the economy?

      Nice try, Chuckup.


  35. 125
    s2k says:

    yeah can now definitely confirm it was murdoch who put out the probe thumbnail sheet.


  36. 142

    Good interview.

    Vote UKIP :-D


    • 159
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      The sins of all their fathers. And they still think they can hide their own sins.


  37. 144
    Apologies...I was a bit late with this one says:



  38. 147
    The British media are cunts says:

    It is quite amusing to see the BBC sneering at how close the print press are to politicians.

    That would be Nick Robinson who has his tongue so far up Ed Milibands ring piece he can tickle his tonsils.


    • 189
      Scrawny Norman says:

      I love sticking my tongue up there too.


    • 192
      Life confuses me says:

      Nice to know it’s healed since it was surgically removed from Bliars ring piece.
      Why do they call Robinson toenails anyway? Surely he is a spieces of lamprey… always swiming up behind the bigger fish and sucking on their left overs and shit.


  39. 148
    Now. THAT IS what I call an Improvement. says:


  40. 157
    Twatson says:

    The zit-in-human-form called Tom Watson has taken a break from keeping his local curry house in business to appear on Newsnight to pontificate about Murdoch. I wish someone would punch that greasy c-unt.


  41. 158
    PIE in the sky says:

    A bit rich of Miliband to accuse Cameron of bringing a criminal into government when he’s got two people in his party who campaigned on behalf of p*edophiles.


  42. 160
    Twatson says:

    I really loathe this man. Being given an easy ride on Newsnight. He’s a stinking hypocrite who stayed silent when hacking went on under Labour.


  43. 179
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:


  44. 180
    'Gypsy' Dave Cooper says:

    Much as I think Cameron is a doucebag, he’s in the clear here compared to those gobshites over the raod.

    The fucking audacity of those left-wing mongs is hard to believe.

    Other posters have cited plenty of examples, but shit the bed, these hypoctites need locking up.


    • 183
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Both … oops all three of the political tribal stooge parties need locking up.


  45. 185
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    How the BBC keep trying to have a go at Cameron. The BBC fail repeatedly.


    • 188
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      It’s all part of the sheep herding of the dumb public to swing to the left or swing to the right from their opposng tribalists for – The Same old same old 5hit to continue.


    • 226
      Where is my fucking owl says:

      Cameron stll has not found that USB key Darling lost with all those private Bank details and despite his protestations in Opposition no serious changes in security appear to have been made.

      Also as we approach the next Election we are still going th have a full house of 650 again with no 10% reduction.

      Only right that someone had a go at the arrogant little fucker.

      Why we had to be billed with over 20k for a kitchen to his liking whilst being told to lump 20% reductions in state services remains an unexolained mystery to me.


  46. 186
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Who’s going on a summer holiday – Blair and his beard and what about Janner, Clarke and all their co-conspirators and how many top pigs are in the same club?


  47. 190
  48. 193
    David Axlegrease says:


  49. 195
    Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

    Just trying to work out Ed the millboy, he called Coulson a criminal and he was allowed by Camoron into number 10, I thought you were innocent until proven guilty, so if you wind it back a bit Ed millboy already knew Coulson was a criminal before a jury had proved he was, so why didn’t he inform plod, I know it’s thin and it was said after Coulson was found guilty.


  50. 200
    a farewell ode to my sons lachlan and james says:

    drops of dirty blood

    i never meant to damn you with any pain
    i never meant to damn you with any sorrow
    black angels with scars on their souls
    turn heads to gaze at the sorrow
    they wish they could take the controls
    but just weep at the pain that is caused tomorrow
    my blood apostles carry the lost innocents
    the lost damned victims of a wrong path of choice
    it is a time where nothing makes any sense
    remember the ones who knew how to rejoice
    too late for penance
    not enough time to be saved
    serpent saints look and are sorry for my appearance
    the feelings of hope have been shaved
    as i descend from grace
    the blind man’s ticket
    as i take my place
    in front over the abysses
    in the great below
    oh little babylons standing on a cliff
    in front of the abysses
    you like the abysses
    you love them!


  51. 201
    Owl says:

    At 54 et seq.
    WTF? Pathetic pedants!
    Baron’s blog speak picked at by a mouse and Nell, both in glass houses.


  52. 220
    Where is my fucking owl says:

    If anyone has any clear evidence about this thread they should hand it over to the Police without delay.

    Consumation peddling and handling drugs as claimed here are serious criminal offences.

    Making allegations and then hiding in the woodwork is not an option.


  53. 221
    Top up the Wells says:

    Pissing it down now.

    All those “middle class” Guardianistas, OXFAMers, Beeboids and aged Lefties are going to get wetted by the Global warming at what they like to call Glasto.


  54. 222
    The Ugly Game says:

    In my book. Biting people and spitting on them are disease spreading, nasty, dirty crimes that I would report to the police and get checked by a doctor. And they call football a beautiful game?


  55. 227
    A Marxist and his world Oceanic Government. says:


    • 245
      Pookie Snackumberger says:

      Hope you have packed your banana and are ready to come back to Blighty and swoop down, owl like, and carry your baby brother back off to Strawberry Hill where he can be kept away from prying eyes and live out his days pretending that he was going to be a real world statesman, like McMental of Broonland.

      And then fcku right off back to that place socialists call capitalist hell.


  56. 228
    Owen Jones says:

    A gang of Muslims have again attacked a male gay couple in East London. But I’ll ignore this, because I only criticise White Christians.


    • 230

      MALE ??????????


    • 234
      JH26213-454635 says:

      God, I love watching the left tie themselves in knots over this shit.

      Deafening silence, every time. We are talking about a culture that treats women and pooves like dirt.


  57. 229
    Toilets Maguire says:

    “There’s only one Ed Miliband”

    he always gives us supporters the answers we want to hear :-)


  58. 231
    albacore says:

    If each and every M P from now on
    Were a saintly and perfect paragon
    Of pure, unimpeccable rectitude
    The mass immigration that they’ve pursued
    Unchecked will destroy the British nation
    With or without their participation


  59. 235
    Westminster_Shisha_Barur says:

    You’ve ‘cwiminated’ enough,
    O’er Dave’s ill-timed staff,
    As gasp turns to laugh,
    With snorting and snuff.


  60. 236
    Boot out the Conservative led coalition in 2015 says:

    Under the cloak of austerity the primary purpose of this government is to move public money into private pockets as fast as humanly possible.


    • 242
      Pookie Snackumberger says:

      Under the previous government the primary purpose was to move the wage earners money into a blck hole as fast as humanly possible.


  61. 237
    Why Bother? says:


  62. 240
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:


  63. 241
    Ed Miliband says:

    I’m having surgery this afternoon. I got torn a new arsehole at PMQs yesterday.


  64. 244
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    “Fuck it” – my final thought before making most decisions.


  65. 251

    Things like that get right up my nose. They are all as bad as each other when it comes to sleaze and dodgy players in the background.


  66. 253
    Anonymous says:

    “One question has been buzzing around today:”
    If the judiciary close in on “Game of Throes” king-maker Rupert. Can Julian find any broom-cupboard bedroom space at the Ecuadorian Embassy?


  67. 260
    Another abstract says:

    We are experiencing the most dangerous revolution in the world history: the revolution of the State against the man. We are experiencing the worst idolatry of all the time: the deification of the state Ξ Totaler Mensch – totaler Staat


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