July 25th, 2014

Miliband Speech Introduced by Smiling Putin Candidate

Ed Miliband’s big speech this lunchtime was introduced by Tulip Siddiq, Labour’s PPC in Hampstead and Kilburn. Not a great week to appear on stage with someone previously best known for smiling in a photo alongside Vladimir Putin last year:

What was that about photo ops?


  1. 1
    concrete pump says:

    Khan looks a bit glum.


    • 5
      Enquirer says:

      Are there any English left in the Labour party?


    • 8
      Sadiq Khan says:

      You would look glum with a face like mine.


      • 19


        I don t mean anybody in that picture . I refer to the beauty who is to be thrown out of Holland where she lives with her boyfriend because she is Putin s daughter .

        Can Mother May arrange to grant her asylum here please ??


    • 20
      The Growler says:

      What about all those Russky oilygarchs that have contributed to the Cons some very pally and ex associates of Putin, Dave Boy seems very quiet about them, tennis matches indeed


  2. 2

    Time to shuffle the deck…

    Vote UKIP :-D


  3. 3
    joey Essex says:

    Ed miliband touched me on my wee wee


  4. 4
    Shooty* says:

    Doesn’t matter: Ethnicity trumps Russia Rage, so she’s safe.


  5. 7
    Ed Balls says:

    My stupid face is so punchable.


  6. 9
    Putin says:

    Usually when Europe comes knocking on our door tens of millions of my people end up dying.
    So forgive me for not being too happy that the EU and NATO want to extend their influence right up to my western border.


  7. 10
    Guidophile says:

    “Not a great week to appear on stage with someone previously best known for smiling in a photo alongside Vladimir Putin last year”

    This one’s definitely got legs, Guido. At least 5 posts a day please and don’t let go.


  8. 11
    Mornington Crescent says:

    How diverse!

    According to her latest Twit: “Integrity, principles, empathy – @Ed_Miliband’s vision for a new type of politics”

    Like, say, crippling the poorest in society with your idiotic “green” policies. Or stabbing your own flesh and blood in the back in your quest for power. Or how about dancing on a de@d teenager’s gr@ve for your own political purposes?

    Or just simply driving this country into b@nkruptcy.

    What integrity! What principles! What empathy!

    I’d slip her one, though.


  9. 12
    Gaye Mann (Mrs) says:

    Tulip? I thought the Labour Party just promoted pansies!


  10. 13
    England is becumin a ferd world cess-pit innit says:

    Probably where she’s from Putin would be seen as a moderate


  11. 14
    BBC 24hr Rolling Bollocks says:

    She had pretty good street cred then an embarrassing photo of her stood next to Ed Miliband surfaced.


  12. 15
    Blacktar Badrash says:

    I’d smash her back doors in. Does she have marriage arranged?


  13. 16
    Glyn H says:

    Nothing unusual in this; for 97 years Labour has supported the Bolsheviks & Putin is doing his succesful best to revert Russia to pre 1991. Meanwhile Miliband is actively pursuing his fathers Marxist vision.


    • 25
      Anonymous says:

      Is that one for real? For where do you get the idea that “for 97 years Labour has supported the Bolsheviks”? Even by the standards of this Labour-hating site, such an anti-left wing rant is over-doing it a little. That said, please feel free to produce evidence supporting your over-the-top claim.


      • 31
        Jimmy says:

        I’ve finally realised that 90% of the commenters here have no source of information other than this site.


        • 38
          Sauce!? You can't handle the Sauce! says:

          The original recipe for HP Sauce was invented and developed by Frederick Gibson Garton, a grocer from Nottingham.[5] He registered the name H.P. Sauce in 1895. Garton called the sauce HP because he had heard that a restaurant in the Houses of Parliament had begun serving it.[6] For many years the bottle labels have carried a picture of the Houses of Parliament. Garton sold the recipe and HP brand to Edwin Samson Moore for the sum of £150 and the settlement of some unpaid bills.[6] Moore, the founder of the Midlands Vinegar Company (the forerunner of HP Foods), subsequently launched HP Sauce in 1903.


      • 34
        anony-nonny-no says:

        No one hates Labour, we just think they are deluded hypocrites.


      • 35
        Labour Bolshies says:

        Labour Party’s official anthem since 1900:

        The people’s flag is deepest red,
        It shrouded oft our martyred dead,
        And ere their limbs grew stiff and cold,
        Their hearts’ blood dyed its every fold.

        Then raise the scarlet standard high.
        Within its shade we live and die,
        Though cowards flinch and traitors sneer,
        We’ll keep the red flag flying here.


  14. 17
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Surely it would be easy for C4 News Jon Snow to find Hamas actually firing rockets. Then we might know where the rockets are actually being fired from. That’s what a truely unbiased war correspondent would do, wouldn’t it?


    • 24
      Anonymous says:

      Then you say, that “we” might know where the rockets are being fired from, don’t you mean the IDF? Yet the role of an unbiased war correspondent is to report the news, not become part of it by acting has a spy. And, while Jon Snow might be able find the firing sites, why should he?


      • 28
        Idon'tneednodoctor says:

        Because he is biased in favour of Hamas. Snow, just like the BBC is not interested in impartial reporting.


  15. 18
    Taxfodder says:

    I always find it amusing how the political classes work themselves into a giddy froth over anything or body it deems “not us” and expects all and sundry (put on peasants like you and me) to dutifully follow on behind backed by shaming and/or threat in the blind trust our betters know something we don’t.

    Even more amusing are the sycophantic press and general media grubbing for scraps off the top table, dressing them up to serve as fillet steak when one simple sniff let alone taste confirms it is rather dubious pig swill.

    And, even more amusing than that is the fact they think it works because they mistake the unconvinced as apathetics when in fact they are just choosing to disagree and/or biding their time.


  16. 22

    Not as bad as a picture of Milliband smiling!


  17. 23
    Anonymous says:

    The author of this has to be a putative Putaphobe.
    Putaphobe : Noun:- bandwagon jumpable namehysterially alienist with very little to say of any merit.


    • 26
      Putin - murdering people everywhere so you don't have to says:

      It’s a general rule that anyone who uses words suffixed with ‘phobe’, ‘phobia’ or ‘phobic’ has run out of arguments.


      • 27
        I'm actually ejaculating as you read this message says:


        Putin for PM! We need some Russian style here to fight the blob and fagocracy and all the evil fascist lefty police state labour guardian bbc EU shit.


  18. 29
    Jimmy says:

    And with one stroke the 160k tennis match is completely neutralised.

    Is this really all you’ve got?


    • 39
      Anonymous says:

      Where are the photos of Putin meeting Cameron THIS year? Last year Dave and Vlad were holidaying together at Sochi.


  19. 30
    Leeching Russian Slobbering Arsefuckoffski says:

    Putin is an evil Hunt! Russia can fuck off and do one. Shithole!


  20. 33
    Vlad the Impaler says:

    I do it to countries, but wait until I’ve got the USSR back together. Then you will see what I can really do.


  21. 36

    Beware of Redheads under the Bed and don’t drink the tea !


  22. 37
    Anonymous says:

    “Miliband Speech Introduced by Smiling Putin Candidate”
    Ladles and Jellyspoons. In the true spirit of the British Establishment. Will you please pre-judge Ed’s offering. Without first gathering together every scrap of data and fully testing it?


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