July 1st, 2014

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206 Comments

  1. 1
    New King Maker says:

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      Nige in Strasbourg Get back Home says:

      UKIP -> you never set foot in the EUSSR institutions.

      Get back to the UK.

      Fill in your last expense claim for traveling and subsistence aboard.

      Do all UKIP business in the UK

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      • 23
        The lies of the EUSSR says:

        You are confusing Europe and European markets and businesses with the Political construct known as the EU. Now shut the fuck up.

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        • 174
          Anonymous says:

          Blimey that Jon Snow is a w@nker.

          What kind of interviewer speaks for longer than the guest and doesn’t let them speak for longer than 4 words before butting into them.

          Snow is an awful bore and bully who is well past his sell by date. Chop him like the radio 5 presenters and let him present Countryfile or the Testcard on bank holidays…

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          • Lord Wreath says:

            I’m sure there are plenty of programmes that would be better suited to Snow’s talents. How about the Potter’s Wheel ….. or maybe a part in The Woodentops ?

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    • 37
      The Growler says:

      Ta Geedes but no, I have more important things to do. Some would say “Who, who’s that”, some will call him “a complee plonker in it”, and others, “Ruffers, good guy, great MP always vote for him, what’s he done? I just don’t believe it”. Go out and about and get a proper sample of constituents not just standing outside the Conservative Club Geedes.

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  2. 2
    Owen Jones,Socialist turned Capitalist says:

    Mehdi Hassan is the biggest asshole I know.
    People like him are not only a part of the problem but also the HEART of it

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    • 13
      Lord Jihad of Livinghell says:

      “I’d accept a peerage to serve in Miliband’s cabinet.”

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      • 15
        Voices Off says:

        It’s your socialist duty to become a Lord of the Realm

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        • 16
          Lard Prescott of Hamm says:

          I fought against her..her..her..head..it..or.ee hereditary? Titles my whole life..

          But then I thought if that cheating, champagne socialist Kinnock is having one, then I am too!

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          • Harriet Harmong says:

            Lord Prescott was right to oppose the peerage system all his political life and right to accept a peerage himself when offered one.

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        • 18
          Her Maj says:

          “Arise, Lord Slither of Newt”

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          • Lord Edmund Blackadder says:

            You can sit next to me…or Lord Lardarse…..or Baroness Tonge…or Lord Mandleslime……

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  3. 3
    Rachel the Labour Replicant Reeves says:

    Westminster – 2015 – fracking gas clouds explode majestically in the air across the city, flying eco cars zip across the sky. A giant advertising blimp urges people to migrate, in the strange, multi-culti, Nigerian-Polish-Bangladeshi street dialect of London.

    “Do you like our Owl policy?”

    …asked Rachel, the labour android drone, who didn’t even know she was a labour replicant, programed to repeat soundbites in a machine like, affirmative captain, computer voice from the 1960s.

    “Is it expensive?” inquired Deckard, the hard nosed American financier from the IMF.

    “Very! .It seems that you feel our hard left, socialist paradise, policies are not a benefit to the nation…” she said.

    “Your policies are like any other part of your government. They are either a hazard or a benefit. If they are a benefit, its not my problem.”

    “We love benefits .. love them .. I get a warm glow dishing them out..” she said.
    “Have you ever seen a Labour policy that you thought was a benefit to the public?”

    “No.”

    “But in your line of work..there is always a possibility? ”

    “No.”

    Dr Ed Miliband appeared, his square set, nerdy glasses making his eyes large,
    like a Barn owl. His big brain pulsing with lefty wonk tank ideas.

    He studied the IMF man cautiously

    “Is this to be a competency test? Dilution of the so-called ‘money supply’, fluctuation of the financial markets. Rising of the interest rates check?”

    “We call it the Mein-Kampf for short. After that socialist Hitler.”

    “Demonstrate it. I want to see it work.”

    “Labour governments never work”

    “I want to see your capitalists methodologies work in person. I want to see it work on a negative before I provide you with the positive.”

    “What’s that gonna prove? No socialist country has ever become richer. Every single one has damaged the very poor they purported to help. From Algeria to Venezuela..From North Korea to Zimbabwe, France to Angola, they are all failures. ”

    “Indulge me”

    “You’ve been indulged enough..You have crashed the economy again… we are taking over..”

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    • 8
      Broon Runner says:

      “I’ve …done… things..you people wouldn’t believe! I sold gold at the bottom of the market to the men of Zio-n.
      I stood near Obama as he twinkled by the Brandenburg Gate..”

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    • 19
      Can Carr do better says:

      Can or is it him

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  4. 4
    Abu Qatada says:

    Barouh dayan aemet

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  5. 5

    What do his Henry Jackson colleagues think ?

    Ruffers may be a bit too extreme even for them.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    Lesser spotted Newt says:

    Ken livingstone said ” this is the last time in my lifetime I can get a labour government that works ” So in effect in that one sentence he has just agreed that the Labour GOvernments before did not work yet he still shrilled at the top of his voice for them throughout? Very telling of the lefty mindset and why Labour governments are always a complete total and utter disaster for this country.

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    • 12
      Broon Runner says:

      Mine was a huge success. Remember 1997-2007 ? More boom than you could count. Everyone was richer and richer! A flat that cost £37,000 in 1997 cost £237,000 in 2008.

      How’s that for making everyone rich? i was a financial genius, providing you don’t look beyond 2008 and don’t count any of the PFI deals, or the gold I sold, or the tripling of public spending funded by raiding pensions…etc

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      • 67
        táxpáyér says:

        Well the flat cost the same to build, the land cost went from a small %age to the majority.

        But making something that requires no physical input to create even less affordable = Gordo-wealth! We can sell these less affordable things to other people to make the economy Gordo-Grow! Then when we double-plus-un-growth the lending markets we’ll bail them out with savers money they might have wasted investing in productive (eek employeing people eek!) endeavours.

        Thank goodness interest rates are low.

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    • 26

      Next time Comrade, socialism will work next time.

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  7. 7
    England is becumin a ferd world cess-pit innit says:

    Although Mi-6 discounted both as Soviet agents, I am still convinced Harold Wilson and Sir Roger Hollis were indeed traitors.

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      but at least it's *nice* faeces says:

      And their treachery explains the spectacular success and triumphant survival of the Soviet Union.

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    Haven't they done enough damage already to our pensions says:

    Labour considers £2 billion tax raid on pensions
    Middle class pensioners face raid on pensions to pay for nursery workers’ degrees in report warmly endorsed by Ed Miliband

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/ed-miliband/10913237/Labour-considers-2-billion-tax-raid-on-pensions.html

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    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Bury St. Edmunds ummm!!! – That town of course, is where every employment tribunal record is supposedly stored … (to the best of i’s knowledge) and it is rather hard but not ‘impossible’ to find records there if one is persistent enough.

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  10. 11
    "Dishface" Cameron says:

    This is SO GOOD. Mick Jagger on Monty Python: “They’re just a bunch of wrinkly old men.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcsVz6jo5MM … (& Charlie Watts too)

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  11. 14
    Bosun Higgs says:

    “Hello, I’m from Guy News.”
    “Look, I’m, er, straight actually.”
    “Sorry, that’s Guy News, G-U-Y.”
    “Oh, is that a lads’ mag, then?”
    “More of a political blog. Can I ask you?”
    “That’s one of those computer online things, isn’t it?”
    “Yes. Could I ask you about David Ruffley?”
    “Who?”
    “David Ruffley, your MP.”
    “No, my MP’s….er….Simon somebody, White, no, Wright, Simon Wright.”
    “You’re not from Bury, then”
    “No, Norwich. My Mum lives here, though, you could ask her.”
    “Thank you, I’ll – excuse me – ”
    “It’s no trouble, I – oh, they’ve gone. And I was going to tell them about David Ruffley and that business with the – well, it doesn’t matter I suppose.”

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  12. 17
    Harriet Harman says:

    My tits long to be sucked

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    • 25
      Gordo McMong says:

      Pretend to be my cruel nasty nursey and I’ll suck them for you sir!

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    • 29
      A Chinaman says:

      Are you sure you are not Glenda Jackson ?

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      • 112
        Blonde Bombshell says:

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        • 123
          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          Just like Rolf – be seen to be at the top of protection for children … then the truth comes out …

          just like Ms Oppenheimer – awarded the post of ‘Childrens Minister’ ‘rewarded for her failure’ by none other than Blair …

          They always seem to apponit those most guilty [of covering up] the highest position …

          i could mention Dame Butterle-sloss (her husband) as a further example but why bother?

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        • 206
          RWG says:

          Stop swanning around, Bewick.

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      • 136
        Dan Hodges says:

        I hope not.

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  13. 22
    Pontius Pilate says:

    Stwike him, Centuwion, vewy woughly!

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  14. 27
    Tachybaptus says:

    My answer would be ruffley no.

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  15. 28
    Robespierre says:

    Grayling and this Government now want to involve the State and taxpayers in “revenge porn” by making it criminal.

    FFS all he has to do is tell people to stop posing for rude photos.

    No wonder the prisons are overcrowded.

    We do not need anymore criminal offences on the Statute Book especially ones protecting people from their own indulgences and stupidities.

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    • 31
      Fidel from Cuba says:

      These modern politicians just do not think about the consequences of their actions upon the taxpayers they are supposed to be serving.

      All they seek is publicity in the hope that it makes them look good and leads to money for them and their mates.

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  16. 30
    David Cameron says:

    And again, let me assure you of my total desire for independence from ‘Europe’. Here’s another example. I shall not, in our vibrantly enriched society, seek to do the same here. Told you I was a Eurosceptic.

    “Court Rules To Uphold French Ban On Veils
    The European Court of Human Rights agrees that the veil could make “open interpersonal relationships” difficult.”

    http://news.sky.com/story/1292888/court-rules-to-uphold-french-ban-on-veils

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    • 33
      Ianto Evans says:

      You, sir have obviously never heard of that good old Welsh proverb “you do not look at the mantlepiece when you are poking the fire”.

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    • 48
      A real lefty. says:

      But France is a bunch of lefties who don’t know what they are doing according to the right wing press.

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  17. 32
    Guido can't see the problem unfolding says:

    The conservative case against Iain Duncan Smith
    by Nick Cohen
    In the Spectator 30 June 2014 18:04

    “If Conservatives were sincere, they would want him out of office now”.

    “he has a Napoleon complex”.

    “Once the poor chap saw himself as a potential Prime Minister.”
    ” Now he sees himself as a great reformer”.
    “As he no more has the capacity to be the latter than the former,”.

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    • 35
      del Boy says:

      I always thought he would make a pretty good Merchant Banker myself.

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    • 38
      Jimmy says:

      He may be as much use as tits on a bull but he’s on the blue team so he must be defended.

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      • 41
        Ed Miliband's going to cancel your bennies, Jimmy! says:

        Run, Jimmy, run! Ed Miliband’s coming, and he’s going to take your bennies away! Run! Run! Or he’ll make you do coursework, Jimmy! You won’t be able to post on this blog all day if Miliband makes you work! Run! He’s coming for you, Jimmy!

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    • 125
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Cohen – is and has been paid for all of his career to keep up the appearance of ‘division’ left/right – he is part of the game to keep the public running from one side to the other …

      It’s such an old, old trick by the establishment and is beyond the pale.

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  18. 36
    Anonymous says:

    Very strange that post above about Leon Brittan and some pedophile ring in Westminster

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    • 39
      "Dishface" Cameron says:

      Thank god my molester wasn’t a celebrity:

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    • 42
      Jimmy says:

      It’s like the McAlpine thing. You spread whatever smear is going around the internet and when it turns out to be all bollocks you then pretend it was all Sally Bercow’s fault.

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      • 44
        Damien McBride says:

        Something like that.

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      • 65

        Notice that you are now linking to the Euston Manifesto which claims to be the property of the late Norman Geras, for legal reasons.

        I knew Norm from the Political Workshops at Manchester University which I attended some half a dozen times over the last two decades. He truly was a great man, even though not of my political persuasion. There was a great discomfort amongst the left when he supported war in Afghanistan and Iraq. But his stance was honest and principled.

        It is to be hoped that his memory is not being misused.

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        • 69
          Jimmy says:

          “There was a great discomfort amongst the left”

          Some of them SC, some of them. No misuse at all I assure you.

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          • “Some of them…”

            Not you, then?

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          • @Jimmy

            From Socialist Review:


            Norman Geras 1943-2013
            by P’aul Blackledge

            The author of the seminal and groundbreaking work, Marx and Human Nature, was not without his faults.

            Norman Geras died an apologist for imperialism and had spent the last decade and more trying to justify Bush’s and Blair’s drive to war in Afghanistan and Iraq. That said, it would be a mistake to dismiss all of his work because of where he ended politically. For in the decades before he became a warmonger, Geras made important, if flawed, contributions to Marxism that deserve rereading today…

            
            

            Indeed this pessimistic assumption of a universal apathy and indifference alongside his attempt to reduce Marx’s concrete ethics of freedom to an abstract ideal informed Geras’s rapprochement with an apologetic form of liberalism. This was his tragedy, but we can still learn from the best of his earlier writings if we read them critically.

            
            

            Oops! They don’t like it up ‘em, do they?

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          • Jimmy says:

            I think of the Socialist Rapists’ Party as our ukip.

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          • Jimmy says:

            SC,

            As I think I’ve mentioned before, I have no problem with the overthrow of tyrants. At all.

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          • Not in those words. Not in reply to me. Not that I can recall. Please correct me with evidence.

            But I accept your premise, as far as it goes.

            What I found unbelievable was the dismantling of all security apparatus in Iraq. It was a “Kennedy shot” or “9/11″ moment for me. The hairs rose on the back of my neck. From the moment that I heard that, I knew that it was all going to go horribly wrong.

            Will you accept being classed as a “Geras” man?

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          • Jimmy says:

            I came to the Euston Manifesto through my admiration for the writings of another member, Nick Cohen, but from my little reading of Geras it would be an honour.

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    • 102
      Anonymous says:

      Elm Guest House just won’t go away

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      • 127
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Agreed – and it is interesting to note the above bloggers having a private little distract from some FACTS WHICH ARE OUT THERE tit for tat among themselves. They seem to have their convenient blinkers on – as is their FORM.

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  19. 45
    Anonymous says:

    Closed comment on Brittan request. Clegg and BBC chair will be watching with interest.

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  20. 49
    Leon Britain sings the hits says:

    Tie me 6 year old down, sport
    Tie me 6 year old down

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  21. 50
    Cliff Richard sings the hits says:

    The young ones
    Oh how I like the young ones

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  22. 51
    Tom Watson says:

    Funny how I’m completely silent on Operation Ore and Labour’s 100 year secrecy order. That’s our Tony for you! Protecting his Labour friends.

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    • 64
      The British media are cunts says:

      When the list of Ore had hundreds of politicians, BBC celebs, judges and plods basically the make establishment of course they buried it.

      The BBC for example have never shown any interest in exposing kiddie fiddling unless it involved a Tory.

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      • 129
        Fuck the LibLabCon says:

        But it is the Pandora’s box for the establishment, irrespective of party political and institutional lines.

        Piano wire and lamposts are at the ready.

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      • 130
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        AND THOSE LISTS WERE FAXED TO EVERY – National newspaper from texas back in i believe 1999 – and what did Rupert do with ‘his list’ apart from publishing the truth and the names of many senior CEO’s besides the other trades mentioned – entrap and blackmail for his own ends i suggest.

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  23. 53
    Anonymous says:

    Didn’t Brittan used to hold Hague’s seat before going to Europe.

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  24. 54
    Leeon England says:

    Oh fuck.

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  25. 55

    Now the ECHR have reversed their previous love of my ideology, nay, religion are we to expect that the eengleesh will want to ban face coverings. Those fackin French.

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    • 167
      Bob Rusk says:

      No. Cameron will say something like, ‘we welcome any muslims from France’ or some such shit, and all their mosquitos will flood over here so that they can dress as black pillow boxes. Naturally, they’ll all be on benefits.

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  26. 60
    The British media are cunts says:

    Shock horror, the entire establishment is full of poof, pervs and ponces.

    Time to nuke the fucking lot and start over.

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  27. 61
    Abdullah says:

    What a great idea! Please circulate to the population of Tower Hamlets, Bradford, Luton…

    http://news.sky.com/story/1293113/isis-urges-muslims-to-immigrate-to-new-state

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  28. 62
    Anonymous says:

    Must have landed on the wrong thread-no mention of domestic violence, or does that crime touch a nerve?

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  29. 63
    The British media are cunts says:

    Funny that the BBC are running Guido’s top story, shouldn’t the BBC just go ask Hattie Harpic about the activities of PIE? Or have the BBC airbrushed that to history just like McMong’s fucking up of the economy?

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  30. 73
    Leon Brittan, Ken Clarke & others says:

    Oh fuck, the game’s up.

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    • 83
      David Icke says:

      I told you so…but then the character assasinations started.

      Does the MO ring any bells?

      Vote UKIP!

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  31. 74

    Guidogram is pretty good – get the sleaze straight to your phone. Keep it up Guido!

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  32. 75
    Anonymous says:

    How much did Guido donate to the Tories at last years Billingsgate banquet. Did do you buy your own ticket or where you and the wife there with your noses in the trough at someone else’s expense????

    Are you going tomorrow night. If so, who bought your ticket this time???? Conservative home????

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    non taxable pikey says:

    One country’s civil war is another country’s opportunity. http://in.reuters.com/article/2014/07/01/us-israel-trade-insight-idINKBN0F63DF20140701?utm

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  34. 84
    David Icke says:

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  35. 85
    Harriet Harridan says:

    I have no idea who Rolf Harris is.

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  36. 87
    non taxable pikey says:

    Time for a laugh. Following posted by ISIS on Twitter. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Bre5jQHIYAIOBt5.jpg

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  37. 88
    Sally Bogcow says:

    I hear there’s free pie at Westminster tonight *innocent face*

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  38. 89
    A tad unfair. Labour has direction. One direction. Marked EXIT says:

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    Developing... says:

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    • 135
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Finally – we are getting to the real true heart of the matter – DESPITE the pitiful and misguided and patently obvious ‘silence’ of the 650 lambs who call themselves MP’s and of course the huge number of hacks’n journo’s who were AT IT AS WELL.

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  40. 91
    Nemo says:

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  41. 93
    Grape Vine says:

    Isn’t this Westminster scandal in the waiting supposed to be serious stuff, much more serious than the celebrity groping?

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  42. 94
    Beth says:

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  43. 97
    I told you so says:

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    inamood says:

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    • 140
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      But isn’t it funny [NOT] how the opposing political papers have failed to actually out the dirt on the ‘cross party cover ups about child abuse’ of so many politicians for decades – perhaps the papers are infested with many pa3dos as well – and that it is time that a light was shone on them as well?

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      • 144
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        At this point tonight i would like to point out to Taxpayer that i have had four cans of beer so far – but i am not pissed so far.

        i am however looking forward to Taxpayers – intelligent and content full comments mind.

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    Tiago says:

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    • 137
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      AGREED – but the lefty Common Purpose mob are as equally guilty.

      The left and the right (spinning to conceal for the most high up guilty) – caught in the public domain – with their fucking trousers down.

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      • 143

        There is a link on the posting and slide in this which should correct your perspective slightly:

        Lux e tenebris.

        Bla!r et al. were out gamed at their own game. But it appears that others were too focused on leaked cables to notice that their future plans were rumbled.

        Vote UKIP :-D

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  46. 100
    Blowing Bubbles says:

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  47. 101
    Tony Bliar says:

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    Harman PIE says:

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    Rupert Murdoch rubbing his hands together with glee says:

    It’s pay back time you pommy bastards….

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    • 146
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      What a shill dupe he’s become – and RUPE is of course of scotch fremsonic rite origin. Oh dear them sonics just can’t admit that their Rses were bought and owned by … you guessed it.

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  50. 106
    follow the bloodline says:

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    Jean the Shrimp says:

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    Blonde Bitch with Balls says:

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  53. 114

    The L-B P’do thing: House Warburg need a rocket put up them.

    Short UBS.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 148
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Controlled msm are spoiling for a big event to distr.act from the unpalatable truths that are out.

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      • 158

        Suspect they need something big in order to boost their income more than distract or cover up.

        Distractions / cover ups are of more importance to others: Problem for them is the spot light is not moving.

        Vote UKIP :-D

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    I used to be gay but I took the cure says:

    BREAKING NEWS

    Leon Brittan found up Kebab Time’s bumhole!

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    • 152
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Key is to watch all of those out there who – sing his praises / talk himup …

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  55. 153
    The British media are cunts says:

    I see the BBC are not going to have an investigation into Rolf Harris’ time working for them.

    It’s time fat fucking bone idle plod investigated the whole of the BBC. That’s three fucking BBC pervs outed so far, how many more are there?

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  56. 154
    The British media are cunts says:

    Caitlin Moran. Why is the BBC obsessed with fucking dykes?

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  58. 161
    David Axlegrease says:

    IMAGINE !!! RED ED, RED LEN & RED KEN MARCHING TRIUMPHANTLY INTO DOWNING STREET IN 2015…..

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  59. 163

    Will William Hague be asked about what he knew about what Leon Brittan knew about that dossier ?

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  60. 165
    A bystander says:

    Well done Guido Fawkes.

    Keep it up.

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  61. 166
    Viperous Old Vince says:

    WIBBLE. WIBBLE.

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  62. 168
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

    OFFICIAL: VINCE CABLE IS AN IDIOT – BANK OF ENGLAND GOVERNOR.

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    • 172
      táxpáyér says:

      Ha, you think Carney’s better than Vince?

      It would derail the amount of rent-seeking banks currently loot via more interest on falling house affordability.

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  63. 186
    albacore says:

    Ooh, yer – Cast Iron’s crapping bricks
    He thinks there’s not much time to fix
    Those bad Dark Ages coming back
    Give all of Parliament the sack
    And it just might not be too late
    To stop that being England’s fate

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-28098838

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    • 193
      Village Idiot says:

      …..We now have diseases in this country , that had all but been eradicated, but, immigration and lax medical checks, have ensured their return!….Thank you!

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        optional extras says:

        Er, tell us about it after the tennis , too busy watching that Ausey lad ,besides Cameron is sorting it out

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  64. 187
    Kulak betrayed by Marxists says:

    That Birton onion Johnny you media chaps are looking for is on Holiday in the Holy land.
    !
    They don’t extradite from there.

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  65. 188
    "Dishface" Cameron says:

    What Exactly Is ‘Racism’?

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    • 202
      Running Bear says:

      People just bandy it about these days without thinking. There is no such thing as the Muslim race, there is the J3wish race, Romanians are not a race, there is a Gypsy race who speak Romani.

      By racism most are actually meaning tribalism.

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  66. 189
    Rinka Scott says:

    It would appear that 2 july 2014 is going to be a good day for justice.

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    • 191
      optional extras says:

      And father Xmas will fly about the house of thieves and do acrobatic tricks whilst throwing sweets to the children.

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  67. 190
    David Axlegrease says:

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    • 194
      optional extras says:

      Should be, why Scotland scared to say YES and go it alone after all those years of whining about being slaves of the English or is it they just are as usual just flying kites and scared to be a successful country in their own right.

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  68. 196
    Iain Duncan Smith says:

    Called a plumber out the other day. He was Chinese.

    Called a builder, he was also Chinese.

    Called an electrician out. He was Chinese as well !

    Bloody Yellow Pages

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  69. 199
    Prime Minister"Money's no object" Cameron says:

    Leaked Conservative led coalition assessment of their own record predicts 4% fall in Housebuilding next year. A Labour Government will get Britain building.

    Hear ! Hear !

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    • 205
      England: the world's rubbish tip. says:

      Yeah! Got to put all of those fucking immigrants somewhere! Next door to you, I hope!

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Rob Colvile reviews Russell Brand’s new book:

“Oddly, the person I feel sorriest for isn’t Brand himself – although he certainly comes across as a rather pitiable figure, projecting his own brokenness on to the world around him – but Johann Hari. Drummed out of Fleet Street for plagiarism, the former Independent columnist has washed up as “my mate Johann, who’s been doing research for this book”. For a genuinely talented polemicist, it would have been a humbling experience to have to treat this sub-undergraduate dross as the scintillating wisdom of a philosopher-king.”



Mycroft says:

Have you read the last bit of Animal Farm?

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

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

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

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

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

You need a damned good kick up the ahse!


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