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Title: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 00:49 - 4 March, 2018
Now then now then now now then, as it happens... I thought a thread to describe what has really happened in the news might help e.g. Lord Elton of John got all shirt lifting when a £30k paying guest upon his stage tried to touch the Lord causing affront as Elton had expected the 2015 Coral arm wrestling champ to avoid foreplay and go straight to fisting
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 15:07 - 4 March, 2018
I saw that, he's a big old girly isn't he?

On a similar note, Labour have taken a trans person as an LBGT advisor, Ms Munroe Bergdorf, who has said some stupid things in the past (about gay bashing, no less) and is getting a hard time (don't go there) of it in the press.

So what has she said now? The mixed race trans says that all white people are racist and L'Oreal were so upset my that they sacked her. That it was in a post on Facebook and that it was in response to and literally just post Charlottsville doesn't seem to matter.

So the out of context remarks by a combative activist is now being used to have a crack at Labour and refers her to Toady Bung, the 'lads' favourite tithead. To me this just shows the power of the establishment, it doesn't matter what the actual real story is, it's what they generate that counts.

Like Rees-Mogg, lies on Channel 4 News, apologises on Twitter - Jobs a goodun'.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 00:37 - 5 March, 2018
I saw today that dear old Roger and his Banister died after a four minute brain surgery. The man is a proper old stool British legend. Can’t say the same for Max Messerschmitt ME109 Mosely who has been spouting Nazi hate speech since he was 7 months old yet communist cock eyed Tom Watson has been gaping for and taken his cash “balls deep”.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 21:52 - 8 March, 2018
Emergency services have contaminated the perpetrator of a chemical attack which Ruddy Amber and Johnson Boris will use to track down Vladimir Putin’s Bond Villain lair where he has created his evil plans e.g Trump. The British pair have vowed to single handedly obtain justice and a handwritten apology from Rasputin
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 14:17 - 9 March, 2018
Makes me laugh, the rhetoric straight out the blocks is Putin but they have to get the facts first and an expert in bioboi chems on the telly box says they can trace back the Sarin or VX to the country of manufacture, if not the individual laboratory.

Kind of makes you wonder if they know all this stuff, like the radioactive breadcrumb trail the bumbling Litvinenko killers left all over London, why did they only just kick out a few Russian Diplomaniacs? Why didn't they unleash the full force of Gavin Williams's rowboat with a Lee Enfied .303 on it at the Russians? Or at least stop Russian gangsters coming over here and investing in the UK without the slightest of checks on their gangsterness or where they got their money from.

Anyway, it's not like Porton Down is a million miles away from Salisbury or has anything to do with the history of Sarin or VX is it?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 16:37 - 9 March, 2018
When ex-spies, JIC members or journalists die on British soil it is usually the fault of others or the individual themselves - no tinfoil hat is worn whilst typing this - but the trail of evidence may navigate through the "community" that lives in and around that area of Wiltshire / Dorset / Hampshire before it is allowed as far as the Ural's.

In other news two chubby men with bad hair will meet to discuss themselves with one another.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 20:57 - 9 March, 2018
Shkreli got 7 years for dissing Ghostface Killah - big up judge Minimoto!
Title: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 16:55 - 12 March, 2018
Wonder why so many ex-KGB/MI5 operatives live around Porton Down? Maybe they like the White Horse or easy access to the A303?

Anyway, Trump and Lil Jonny Young meeting... I’d love to be a fly on the wall as they share a bucket of KFC and watch cartoons together.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 17:22 - 12 March, 2018
Boris the Clown is on top of things. Threatening to pull out of the World Cup. That’ll teach those pesky Russians!
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 20:05 - 12 March, 2018
Vlad must hace shat himself knowing that he would have to face Boris Johnson in a tug-of-war with both of them tied together by the bo :censored locks - I'm amazed he ordered the hit in the first place.

Meanwhile, local news for local people reports:
A Wiltshire man has been jailed for breaching a cordon around the bench in Salisbury where the former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, collapsed and for putting police officers in danger of contamination.

Jamie Knight, 30, who was drunk, shouted racist obscenities against Russians and bit an officer and a security guard as they tried to restrain him.

The scaffolder from Wilton, near Salisbury, yelled at police that they should go and catch the person “that killed the Russian”, adding: “I hope he dies and his kids die too.” He continued: “Go and tell the fu  :censored ing Russian to fu  :censored ing die – I hate the Russians.” Jamie Knight may have voted UKIP but can't remember now that the party has succeeded in duping useful idiot's to aid Vlad's plan.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 22:22 - 13 March, 2018
PMSL... Well, we can laugh but tonight if the Ruskies don't admit they killed everyone with their 'Biological weapons on UK soil" then Gavin Williamson is going to carry out exercises in the Black Sea. WTF Williamson in his PE vest, passport blue shorts and plimsolls doing star jumps is going to do to the Russian Ged only knows.

This time next week we might all be on the end of one of Putin's new Nukes that nothing can stop, so there.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 15:57 - 14 March, 2018
Yes I was reading about those very very very very fast low level missiles which will evade US missile defence systems, but if Trump were to buid his wall a bit higher that'd stop em?

Yes, Williamson in his trunks with his Tarantula would be frightening. 23 diplomats sent home.... oooOOOOooooooooh!
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 19:47 - 15 March, 2018
This is a joke... It's like I've woken up in a twisted replica of the UK.

Corbyn (for it is he) asked in parliament about evidence and got booed... Even by his own people. And for the life of me, I can't see he's done anything wrong above seeking the truth and wanting evidence, wanting to know results of the tests and if the UK is following International Law. After Iraq I think he's got every right not to trust the government.

Fast forward to today, and Willy Gavinson is telling Russia to 'shut up' - His mum will smack his legs for talking to people like that and he'll go without quince jelly on his spelt loaf this evening.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 11:20 - 16 March, 2018
I read Corbyn's article it was cautious.

It should have been hysterical and full of lies and published by the Sun or the Mail. He is rightly criticised by the Fake News media because they need great lies to create fear and chaos without which capitalism cannot flourish and without that the Fake News media would have to return to the boring old presentation of fact which is of less financial value than sensationalism which distortion and fabrication brings. So they would just be tradtional old "news" papers and not media companies with share values and investment portfolios.

I doubt it's beyond the wit of Vlad to have conjoured possession of some chemical to be administered by some criminal murderer wholly unconnected from the Russian state with some tenuous personal grievance against Skripal (e.g. the death of his brother via some impact that Skripal's intelligence giving to the UK could have caused). It would cause enough doubt to cast the UK as acting similarly to the Iraq war on WMD. But the UK will already know this and has acted in Iraq without WMD and would do what it is doing knowing that in the court of global opinion Russia is the greater of the bad eggs. The editor of RT (previously an R4 Today Program editor.....) has already commented on the UK acting on false WMD info. The hundreds of thouands of deaths and a landscape littered with depleted uranium and birth defects and illness are not covered by the BBC or by the UK's Fake News industry.

I spent all of last night awake in sheer terror of Gavin Williamson in his Spiderman outfit clambering over the garden wall of the Russian embassy like a silly illegitimate father of injustice.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 14:31 - 19 March, 2018
Putin: I want you to kill Skripal, he's far to hidden in the shadows.

FSB: Yes sir, we will garotte him behind the Aldi.

Putin: No.

FSB: Ok, your Putinness, we will craftily feign a suicide inside the Salisbury Cathedral on a Friday.

Putin: No!

FSB: Ok your Beargrindingbasterd ness, we'll get him hooked on crack and chuck him in the river with Concrete Bootski on!

Putin: No, not good enough, I want you to kill him in the way that will suit my ego and my persona of Vlad the Impossible, King of the Spies, bearchested rider of white stallions, Panini Foottball Card Collector Extraordinaire!

FSB: Ok, I'll speak to the local yoot demski and get *them* hooked on crack so they kill Skripal with shanks innitski.

Putin: Use Novichok.

FSB: Sure you don't want us to just strangle him?

Putin: Novichok.

FSB: Reverse a dust cart in to him?

Putin: Novichok.

FSB: but it's 10X more potent that the VX the British use... Erm, have your grizzleness, one sneeze and it could kill hundreds!

Putin: Novichok, Novichok, Novichok.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 17:10 - 19 March, 2018
I’d have used the reversing dustcart if I were Pootn’. Dirty deeds done dirt cheap.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 22:09 - 19 March, 2018
Like the image, Gaz

Alun - I think there’s a career in advertising waiting for you
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 17:34 - 21 March, 2018
"yah, haw, haw.... yah, they were sumptious, yah!? Fwarr, warr... wuff, cushioning and comforting...? haw, haw, hawwww waawoof, pwhoooOOar, hah!"
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 23:04 - 9 April, 2018
Glad to hear May has launched a £75m fund for prostate cancer and a terrible shame it’s too late for Lansley who just loved NHS budget cuts. RIP Andy. So... Mr Hunt.. How are you doing you vicious little coward?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 11:05 - 10 April, 2018
Hunt. Not enough horrible words in the universe (including Klingon) for that man.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 09:42 - 22 April, 2018
Once again the yearly spectacle is televised showing thousands of Britons (some dressed as dinosaurs and egged on by flag waving spectators) running through London’s streets attempting to catch a few small African men and women. It’s a fu  :censored ing disgrace and ought to be banned - why doesn’t the Daily Mail do something???
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 11:21 - 24 April, 2018
News of the Word and the word is Royal Baby!

Couple on benefits have their THIRD child! At least the benefits stop for this one as you're only allowed two lots of child support, so we don't get overrun with sproglets that the state has to pay for. Of course if Kate Windsor really can't afford it she could fill out the forms and say she's been raped then she would have benefits for the child because that's how we roll in the Royal United Kingdom of love and Tories.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 21:26 - 24 April, 2018
Likely to have been prince Andrew I reckon
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 14:47 - 25 April, 2018
Edward is an outside bet.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 18:26 - 25 April, 2018
You can say that again!
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 21:28 - 26 April, 2018
Is he firing blanks?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 09:41 - 27 April, 2018
Firing them in the fudge highway.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Rob the Nog on 10:59 - 27 April, 2018
Driving up the toblerone tunnel.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 18:30 - 28 April, 2018
Pounding the poo
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 20:18 - 28 April, 2018
He’s a queer little chap.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 16:27 - 1 May, 2018
The 32nd grand wizard of UKIP-idity has apparently managed to make a sentence coherant (in between mouth frothed racist rants and reminiscences of screwing his mother as she lay dying on a park bench) and has claimed he's going to take anyone that comes near him right up the shitter the moderately racist UKIP to the extreme hard right de-facto racist end of the racist spectrum.

Presumably as the racist voter has left UKIP because there was never enough racists to form a racist government (and even with several councillor's they still couldn't prove that the rain that flooded the Somerset levels was made by gays) the new fuhrer dickhead leader is seeking to take advantage of lack of unity within the hard right to attempt to unify the hard right. Around racism?

Given the very central nature of the problem is that pigshit thick far right racists can't stick together for anything longer than giving someone a good kicking (and then screwing them as they lay dying - or screwing each other) because they can't recognise a group greater than four persons without fearing their racial purity is being diluted.

He's got his work cut out but looks like the reich sort of c :censored t for the job.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 09:22 - 2 May, 2018
He's a funny little man with his black hair and his smart suits and little insignia thing, I'm sure he's harmless.

It won't be long before the pictures come out of him and Jacob Reece-1778 hobnobbing with the rich and famous white people of their circle of friends, bankers, media moguls and Dan Hodges.

Batten also says Labour actively court the Muslim vote because all Islam says, and it's probably in the Qur'an that Mohummad said it had to be so, Vote Labour!

But I'm pretty sure all this hatred of a minority, the undermining of a key opposition political party in the media and failing economy has never caused any problems in the past, not with a rising right wing anyway, nah.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 13:12 - 2 May, 2018
Jocob's Fleece Smog is too busy for the foreseeable extracting his millions from offshore tax-dodging havens though the over-sized Harry Potter has eloquently elevated elocution elegantly to incomprehensible levels and will surely be able to comment on on the sex-race-hate-fest he and the UKIP il Duce indulge in together (through motorway service station glory holes). Each gives rise and close attention to something slightly flaccid in the other.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 15:32 - 2 May, 2018
Jocob's Fleece Smog is too busy for the foreseeable extracting his millions from offshore tax-dodging havens though the over-sized Harry Potter has eloquently elevated elocution elegantly to incomprehensible levels and will surely be able to comment on on the sex-race-hate-fest he and the UKIP il Duce indulge in together (through motorway service station glory holes). Each gives rise and close attention to something slightly flaccid in the other.

You mean he’s a c :censored t.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 22:30 - 2 May, 2018
Yes
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 20:56 - 6 May, 2018
A great day in sunny London as 0.0001% of the population “marched” (Goose stepped) to assert their right to free hate speech (be racist, Islamaphobic, homophobic, misogynistic, etc). The unspeakable in pursuit of the indefensible. A wobbling tatood throng of imbeciles terrified by a world unlimited by their stupidity. The Sun and the Mail just can’t make this the front page love fest they so dearly wish for
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 22:22 - 6 May, 2018
So why bother commenting?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Rob the Nog on 23:15 - 6 May, 2018
No comment.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 00:09 - 7 May, 2018
Comment on the "uncommentable" is commentable because the comments are commended when they comment on comments of the bunch of c :censored nts
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 06:48 - 7 May, 2018
Like a shooting star init
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 11:47 - 7 May, 2018
So long as it leaves the solar system and disappears into the dark and infinite void where there is nobody to see or hear it or observe its existence, then yes.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 09:29 - 8 May, 2018
Jocularity aside, the rise of the right is coming and we seem to be sleepwalking in to it.

A far right lady twatterer told me that she can't wait for the Royal Wedding to see all these 'far right nationalists' waving their Union Jacks.

There it is, that rhetoric of the patriot, anything else means you hate your country. I do hate some of my country and the government so in a way they're right, but not everyone can admit that.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 09:53 - 8 May, 2018
Warning; unpopular reply below!!!


The rise of the extremities (right and left) are results of people being pissed off with mainstream self-serving politicians. I can’t see how we’ll move forward until the masses feel financially worse off and realise that they’ve been conned and admit that even though they hated Major/Blair/Cameron etc. their lives actually got better during these times.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 10:54 - 8 May, 2018
But you can't correct the balance by being more mainstream.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 15:57 - 9 May, 2018
Course you can. It’s like mass centralisation; lessen the weight on either end making the centre the bulk.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 16:02 - 10 May, 2018
fat twats in the middle?

No, that political window needs moving back towards the corner where the standard lamp is, we've gone far too right to the stage where taking things away from cripples (can you say that nowadays?) like wheelchairs, mobility cars and oxygen deliveries. Food for kids is now off limits as well.

No we have to move left and then stop and be sensible.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 00:15 - 11 May, 2018
Re-assemble around the loony left before a hard reich sexed up Brexit fu :censored ks us all back into a neo-liberal “I told you so but you wouldn’t fu  :censored ing listen would you? Well now it’s too late to save yourself so you better go f  :censored ck yourselves LCMs cos
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 11:39 - 11 May, 2018
Carole Cadwalldr (the journo) is doing some fantastic work - It turns out that the Cambridge Analytica (can't spell that without spelling anal) fiasco is linked to Leave.EU and their Aaron Banks lying c :censored t and their illegal funding, to the tune of £80k, of spin off groups to influence voters to Leave.EU so he really is busted.

In fairness though, Remain also got fined but that was for £19k not £70k and was because of accounting irregularities rather than outright spinoff funding but it's quite exciting. The Leave.EU Shenanigans has been referred to the police.

As a 'Leave' voter, I can see us having another vote on leaving and to be fair, I think that's the right thing given that democracy has been marred if not actually bent to the will of people with money. And to be fair to be fair, we know a lot more about the conditions of leaving so why not have an advised guesstimate on the future of the UK?

Anyway, Aaron Banks is proven dodgy yet again and no doubt (not the band) Nigel Faridge will be distancing himself from the Leave.EU brand by saying he was never at that party and someone else contracted fascist syphilis and not him because he's just a normal bloke with a job on the radio and his tongue firmly stapled to Trumpo's ar5eh0le [filtered].
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Sidestand on 13:40 - 11 May, 2018
For once I agree with you Brother Gaz

We should have another referendum now all the shite has come out on both sides & we can all make a much more informed decision.

But the question on the ballot paper should be very clear - either we stay in as a full member, or we leave properly, no half measures, customs unions, agreements or whatnot, & f  :censored ck paying the EU anything.

I can see advantages in staying in & advantages in coming out completely, but none in carrying on paying to be in a club we've left & have no say in running.

And when the people's decision is made - we stick to it, with no debate or amendment by any politicians
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 14:07 - 11 May, 2018
I think that's fair Comrade Sidestand, when I argue with remainers on Twatter they always say "Oh but the referendum was only for guidance, it wasn't a mandatory decision" and in that they do have a point so less vague options would be better and I don't want to hear "but is was only 27% of the 57% of the UK that bothered to vote", vote then you have every right to moan. If you didn't vote then shut the f  :censored ck up and put up with it.

The only thing that bugs me about being a leaver is I'm on the same side as Tiddly Robinson, Aaron Wanks and Nigel Faridge.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Sidestand on 14:22 - 11 May, 2018
If it's any consolation, & it probably won't be, I voted leave as well
More than likely counter productive for us, as we have our house down in France to which I was hoping to spend loads more time in post retirement , but I don't like the way we are being pushed around by condescending career eurocrats  from irrelevant little countries riding their little gravy train & trying out their social experiments at our expense.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Rob the Nog on 14:44 - 11 May, 2018
The trouble is with the vote (Leaver here too), is the question is very black and white, whereas the result is massively grey.

You could vote leave and end up with a brexit deal that, had you known, you wouldn't have voted for.  I guess that's the whole problem regardless though.  Vote to remain and the EU could fall apart, we don't have a crystal ball.

I don't want to hear "but is was only 27% of the 57% of the UK that bothered to vote", vote then you have every right to moan. If you didn't vote then shut the f  :censored ck up and put up with it.

In an interview with Tim Minchin (who I quite like as a comedian), he came out with some flannel about the vote actually being a remain win, because those who didn't vote were effectively giving a "No" vote.  Complete rubbish, someone not voting is simply showing complete apathy and is effectively an "I don't care" vote in my eyes.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 10:07 - 12 May, 2018
The question is for you Brexiteers; if the vote was today and the question was stay or leave, which box would you tick?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Rob the Nog on 11:30 - 12 May, 2018
I'd still go leave, for the same reasons I did originally, political independence from the unelected EU government.

People are naturally doom and gloom at the moment, but we still haven't even sorted trade deals etc out. It'll be years before any potential benefits are realised and anyone voting leave thinking it would be a quick easy ride were naive at best.

Growth in UK business has actually been good this past year. People only see a drop in the pound as negative for their holidays but there's bigger impacts and the positives aren't really being seen yet.

I still want to see immigration, we need it after all but can at least control it better. Bad trade deals wouldnt do us or the EU any good so I'm hoping they can come to a decent agreement (Ireland do most of their business with the UK so would hit them really hard if we don't get good deals).

It could be the worst decision made, but as we knew at the referendum, it's a big question mark that we'll only know years after the departure.

The biggest problem was Toblerone using it as an excuse to stuff us over portion size, but I only buy Toblerone in other countries airports anyway.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 20:30 - 12 May, 2018
I'd still go for leave too for reasons much the same as Nog, no representation of the people of Europe, I don't want a federal Europe (or EU Military) and I want our fishing sorted out.

The legislative process is far too unequal and not representative, it even depends on what area (say military) as to what the procedure is to propose a law, even then changes can be injected in to the law without changing the major substance. A question for you Al, how much do you feel the EU represents you?

I freely admit I may get none of those if we leave. The fight starts now, even before we leave to stop the rich and powerful bastards just using this to get more money and influence.

Sovereignty, immigration, farming, blah blah... Load of crap. I accept that these will have to be fought over tooth and nail to make sure British people get the best deal.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 22:07 - 12 May, 2018
Yep. Me too.

Let me ask this question of the remainer.

When did we ever vote to join? And supposing we hadn't (assuming that everything was working as smoothly as you could reasonably expect... would you actually vote to join now (just as its all falling to peices)?

I think I might be pro Europe  if it didn't include Eastern Europe, Greece etc... they are just so culturally and financially different that it would never work. You may recall I had a lot of business dealings in Eastern Europe, (among others) but none of the business could be direct because of bribery, corruption, mafia and ethics. It all had to be through native distributors...and these places are in Europe too. I guess all that side of it must have magically disappeared...?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Rob the Nog on 09:29 - 14 May, 2018

I think I might be pro Europe  if it didn't include Eastern Europe, Greece etc... they are just so culturally and financially different that it would never work. You may recall I had a lot of business dealings in Eastern Europe, (among others) but none of the business could be direct because of bribery, corruption, mafia and ethics. It all had to be through native distributors...and these places are in Europe too. I guess all that side of it must have magically disappeared...?

I always liked Marcus Brigstocks routine about Greece in the EU nightclub https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsaKgz1v-f8

I've dealt with Eastern Europe too and agree it's a very different way of doing things.  The Balkans and Russia even more so - supposedly they 'cracked down' on a lot of their corruption, but as you say, it still needs us to work through a local distributor to 'oil the wheels'.  I'm sure there's a few meetings where a brown envelope is passed over the table to get things moving.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 13:44 - 14 May, 2018
"none of the business could be direct because of bribery, corruption, mafia and ethics. It all had to be through native distributors..."

EU Ambassadors?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 17:02 - 15 May, 2018
Them too.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 02:03 - 17 May, 2018
The UK has a rich and vibrant history of deeply important and significant bribery and corruption spanning hundreds of years and that is not going to be given up when we leave Europe because it is what makes us British. Johnny (foreigner) come lately to the capitalist party hasn’t yet learned the hushed and artful ways of the elite villain or been at it long enough to be codified in their ways - from public subsidies, section 106 agreements and tax avoidance or just good old bribery to secure arms sales they can learn much from us. Corruption is everywhere. Seeing how easily elections are swayed in the west and how little active participation there is in informed and reasoned debate made me fear leaving the EU. How does a discontented and apathetic nation inform themselves and mobilise something better? A potential federal superstate I wouldn’t want but environmental protection, trade and industry and education inter-reliance, security and scientific research and defence I Did want within a diverse group of states inexorably linked through common attributes. The opportunity to fight against the ills of the EU wasn’t encouraged so we didn’t energise our MEP’s. We have allowed nationalism to blind national self determination. I respect the vote to leave but not the hardline Brexitbecause it is an obvious betrayal of the 48% and demonstrates a poor negotiated start to a UK taking back control. Of the blunt and restrictive determinism it vowed to end
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 14:12 - 17 May, 2018
Some common ground should be found, no doubt about it.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 20:24 - 17 May, 2018
I'm a classic "Remoaner"  ;D
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 08:52 - 20 May, 2018
I’d still vote to remain.

Agree that there are many issues around the EU. Taking back control/sovereignty clearly isn’t one of them as whenever this is exorcised by the upper chamber, the Mail, Express et-al throw a huge hissyfit.

The immigrants to the UK are mostly from outside the EU, so that won’t change.
Trade within the EU has made all of us richer and with a better quality of life.

Trump and his puppet master Poot’n wanted us to leave and a less powerful and intelligent EU suits their future business plans.
Same with Jacob Puss-Flap. He’s set to become even richer.

As for the inclusion of smaller poorer countries, Romania pays in far less than us, but also has less influence.

Fishing is a funny one, it’s a tiny amount of our GDP and yet people get all annoyed about it. We should have had representation in the fisheries dept with Chief Brexiteer Hypocritical Bastard being on the committee, but he failed to turn up to 90% of the meetings. Possibly to ensure that we didn’t get a good deal, but we can’t be sure of his motives.

Now, if we agree a trade deal, we’ll have many of the current rules to navigate and many of the costs, but will no longer have a say.

We’ve been promised that employment laws won’t get worse after leaving; but we were also told about £35m a week would go to the NHS. So I believe that employment rights will be demonised post B day.

It’s not an ideal situation, but if we remain at least we can have our say on shaping a future EU.

Can’t remember what the other negative points were... still looking for the positive...

Oh and John, you asked when did we vote for this?
We didn’t.
Nor did we vote for a parliament, an Police force, bank holidays, an England football team etc. That’s not relevant. It’s what we have now and how we get the best out of it.

There’s loads more to say, but I’m keeping that for SJ after a few pints with my Brexiteer chums.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 09:31 - 20 May, 2018
If you think you'll get any sense form me after a few pints you're sadly mistaken... Or before. I think both sides should ignore sovereignty, it's red Herring.

There's not many positives because they don't exist yet, anything anyone says to promote a future state is shot down because it's an unknown and therefore has no basis in reality.

As an example, I was discussing on the tweets about food, apparently what's going to happen is we'll have no food on the shelves because JIT delivery will be affected meaning we'll have to store food in the UK so prices will go up and we'll have no food anyway because of delays in supply lines.

I've been polite on Twitter, but that's plainly bo :censored locks because for an example my banana's don't come from Greece and if they have to sit in Nitrogen for a bit longer so what? I love Serrano Ham as much as the next meat eater but it's dried, my Italian olive oil comes in cans...

The other argument is the EU brought us our employee protections, yes it has brought some but the far greater number was brought by unions, join a union if you want protection, it's been far more protective.

It's only recently that the UK has fallen out of step with EU, before that the UK agreed with EU policy up to about 90% of the time, this started to change around 2005, so we have fallen out with EU policy to agreeing with around only 75-80% of policy. Typical Brit response, happy to go along with it while we agree mostly, have to do something when we can't influence the outcome in our favour. So now they want to take their ball home with them, but to be fair the EU didn't want to listen and still doesn't. Between a rock and a hard place.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 22:35 - 19 July, 2018
It’s no good... I just can’t spot the difference between PW Botha and Netanyahu
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 11:39 - 20 July, 2018
Antisemite! I think that's the standard response if you mention anything to do with Israel.

In other news, Natanyahu is a c*nt.

Antisemite!
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 17:32 - 20 July, 2018
The Israeli are the biggest bunch of Nazis of all. (Not everyone of course) but culturally they are the chosen people, and its reflected in their cultural *approach* to other nations.

Having worked for an Israeli company (its where my ET name originates actually) in former times, and been entirely shat upon from a great height,  I would view the general cultural attitude as shit. Is that anti semite? Not really its more anti anyonewhoisacunttoo thers. and theres plenty of them everywhere.

Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 23:30 - 21 July, 2018
Interesting BBC Question Time last night navigating anti-semitism, racism, Labour failings with both and open criticism of Israeli oppression
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 10:56 - 23 July, 2018
Can’t watch QT any more, the sight of gammon turns my stomach.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 22:00 - 23 July, 2018
Gammon?
Title: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 08:55 - 24 July, 2018
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gammon_(insult)

Possible origins for the recent usage include Caitlin Moran writing that British Prime Minister David Cameron resembled "a slightly camp gammon robot" and "a C3PO made of ham" in her 2012 book Moranthology.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 22:53 - 24 July, 2018
I didn’T know I liked her until I heard her interviewed on R4. Did Cameron not check his gammon quality before indulging that deceased pig?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 13:32 - 25 July, 2018
She’s so funny, just wish she’d speak a little slower.

Think CaMoron did a freshly (un-cured) pig, so not really gammon or ham.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 15:00 - 30 July, 2018
The Israeli are the biggest bunch of Nazis of all. (Not everyone of course) but culturally they are the chosen people, and its reflected in their cultural *approach* to other nations.

Having worked for an Israeli company (its where my ET name originates actually) in former times, and been entirely shat upon from a great height,  I would view the general cultural attitude as shit. Is that anti semite? Not really its more anti anyonewhoisacunttoo thers. and theres plenty of them everywhere.



According to the IHRA that's anti-Semitic. It's why Red Ken got busted. Apparently, you can't say Israel (the state) is acting like Nazis because of the Shoa. So if Netanyahu did something like, I dunno, bomb two schoolyards and kill 40 kids you COULD NOT draw the distinction with say the Nazis that Bombed Sandhurst Road School in Catford and killed 40 kids, because someone could argue that you are being AS. The fact that both are true has little to do with it at all.

Drawing attention to Israel acting like Nazis, is anti-Semitic. From the IHRA definitions I have a few issues:

6. Accusing Jewish citizens of being more loyal to Israel, or to the priorities of Jews worldwide, than the interest of their own nations.

Shai Masot - Was he acting for the British People, Jews worldwide or Israel when he tried to subvert British democracy?

7. Denying Jewish people their right to self determination e.g. by claiming Israel is a racist state.

Erm... State of the Jewish Nation Law? What does that do to support Druze or plain old Araby Arabs?

Funnily enough, Labour says 6. and 7. is wrong and examples from history can be drawn unless they show AS intent. They go further and say you can't hold Israel to standards different to anybody else. Well that happens all the time, the UN has rules it doesn't bother to hold Israel to.

Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 22:08 - 30 July, 2018
I'm anti all religions so that probably does make AS. So? I'm entitled to an opinion. [END]
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Sidestand on 23:14 - 30 July, 2018
I'm just anti-Corbyn, so anything that's giving the old tw@t a hard time is OK by me  8)
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 16:04 - 31 July, 2018
LOL... And he's getting it all right! If anything Mick, this is showing us all (Corbyn lover or hater) how fickle and yet powerful the press is.

The worry is we've got Moggy, Govey and Johnson talking to Steve Bannon and we're all here arguing the toss over how anti-Jew a bloke that's fought fascism and racism all his life. Weird.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 22:54 - 31 July, 2018
Corbyn is too soft on the wrong kind of racism for the racist pallete.

Johnson can say what he likes about fuzzy wuzzy’s without worries.

The UN has dozens of resolutions against Israel but no international mandate exists to action force as with Saudi slaughter in Yemen.

When Billy Joel was warbling that “we didn’t start the fire” song was he the king of irony?

Are those middle class dinner party coke heads that Cressida Dick has castigated to blame?

Labour appears to have as much of a problem with racism as the Tories without the latitude afforded to the Tories who have traditionally championed racism. Labours great problem with driving a stake into the heart of racism is like their great problem with so much else. Weak leadership.

Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 09:21 - 6 August, 2018
Also, on top of all this hypocrisy overload, Gerard Batten of the UKIP's has now co-opted Tommy Stephen Yaxley Lennon Robinscum, convicted fraudster and serial criminal to help them sort out their racist and fascist agenda.

You have to feel sorry for Robinscum as he was in prison without at TV in his cell, which is apparently mental torture (I thought all the gammonses said prisons are a holiday camp?). He also said people were pushing shit through his cell hole... Makes a change from shit coming out of his hell hole.

Mazel tov.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 22:47 - 6 August, 2018
Today at a fancy dress party for toffs a turd dressed as a tw@t offered an insult to an Islamic letterbox. It’s just Boris they said and nobody called for months of determination to root out Islamaphobia from the Tory party.

Tommy Robinson should stop breathing
Title: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 08:49 - 7 August, 2018
It’s ok for Boris to make comments like that as he’s funny and has been on Have I Got News For You.
Corbynladen can’t though as he doesn’t make my granny giggle.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 09:08 - 7 August, 2018
All the Gammons were on LBC this morning saying how Boris was just Boris and that his letterbox 'joke' was polical correctness gone made because all these Islamics don't have a sense of humour when it comes to people taking the piss out of their religion.

Oh well... When you put it like that, they must be right.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 09:13 - 7 August, 2018
These muslimics have no sense of humour. Sent them back to Muslimistan or Islamistine or whatever country they came from.
We want are cuntry back.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 22:15 - 18 January, 2019
Pissed up Pensioner Prince Filipino Prangs Passer-by

Wealthy sponging immigrant who married a German called “Windsor” wot half-witted flag waving Brits love smashed to f  :censored ck his own motor. The inbred c :censored t was travelling so fast that his multi million pound security arrived at the scene of the accident after the senile f :censored cker celebrated his next birthday.

“Yah, I had the Ranger on two wheels as I gunned it outta my crib at Sanders (Sandringham not morbidly obese Sarah) when some fu  :censored ing pleb got in the way. Anyway the taxpayer can sort it all out. Quite a fuss about nothing given Andrew’s a peado but hey ho tally ho”.

Proving Prince Filipino has the common touch of the common man a local police officer said “we’ll brush this one under the carpet and arrest some darkies to make everyone happy again and nobody will ever know that anything  ever happened”.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 22:29 - 22 January, 2019
Wealthy deformed inbred James Dysoon is taking his unreliable transparent and infant coloured plastic shit to a Far Eastern place to better suit his British flag waving love of Brexit. Similar to the spineless traitor Jacob Piss Mogg whose wealth is firmly secured outside of his dear old Blighty the lisping and sneering Dimsum wants everyone to believe he is a true patriot. I don’t know if that miserable Putin lookalike c :censored t Phil “one shit wonder” Collins did ever leave the UK when Labour were elected but if Drysoon can fill several shipping containers with UKIP’ers and fervent Brexiteers angry at not securing a “no deal” Brexit who want to leave Britain perhaps the chaos at the ports might mean they’ll all suffocate in a container because of the delays. One can only hope.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 17:10 - 23 January, 2019
I take it you're not keen on him then?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Zippy on 19:50 - 23 January, 2019
That sucks.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 22:03 - 23 January, 2019
Not really a fan of any of them but wish the sweet things the very best of sugar coated wishes
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 09:19 - 24 January, 2019
That sucks.
Apart from his hand dryers; they blow.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Zippy on 10:30 - 24 January, 2019
That sucks.
Apart from his hand dryers; they blow.

Even they suck at one end....
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 11:11 - 24 January, 2019
That's making me dream of things  ::)
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 11:50 - 9 February, 2019
Morbidly obese racist rapist “Sir” Philip “welfare thieving” Green has bought the expensive “honesty” of a legal team who are apparently convinced that the vicious tubby dwarf is in fact a playful and lighthearted thug whose abuse and greed are a simple misinterpretation of his otherwise exemplary Christian & British values. The mystery remains as to why the wealthy fat c :censored t can’t afford to buy a neck to separate his greasey & chavvy head from his porcine body.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 22:02 - 20 March, 2019
What is the world coming to eh? Eh? Eh? When you can’t even share a bit of good old racist banter without a top cop pointing out the obviousness of a racist press fomenting racist views? Eh? Eh? Eh? Yes, ethnically diverse and no doubt a new target of smeer for his ethnicity (which explains his distorted views on racism, eh? Eh? Eh?) Neil Basu, has highlighted that hate filled shite printed each day in tabloids for consumption by the barely sentient is the same hate filled shite found on social media and that tabloid shite printing the thoughts of hate filled racists has no place in a civilised society. The super soaraway Sun printed it’s reposte claiming the notoriously racist rag was in actual fact merely educating its racist readers with a racists racism to show them how racist a racist is wot then murders people which ain’t terrorism cos that’s wot they do innit and not us? Eh? Eh? Eh?

Well done Mr Basu
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 18:16 - 17 April, 2019
A pigs brain was today partially revived following confirmation that the pig was dead. A comparative study was undertaken with a living pigs brain although the living pigs brain displayed no consciousnesses, conscience, ethics, empathy or morality which scientists attributed to the use of Donald Trumps Pig brain. Whilst the obese fascist was being studied scientists introduced electrical impulses which caused the tiny hands to grope the genitals of nearby scientists whilst increased electricity resulted in instinctive Nazi salutes. Scientists were dismayed to learn that both pigs brains were seduced by David Cameron and one releasing copious quantities of endorphins at being the centre of attention. The studies have ceased
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 22:57 - 18 April, 2019
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Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 13:05 - 19 April, 2019
 :ohyeah
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 14:38 - 24 April, 2019
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Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 22:12 - 1 May, 2019
Warbling non-hit-wonder Pete “got any gear mate” Doherty has got his stupid self infected after sharing a hedgehog in an opioid induced dogfight. The never has-been song singer injected himself with the endangered hedgehog hoping for a hair raising heroin helluva time but instead has been hospitalised. Doherty declined to make a public statement but the hedgehog could only add “a non story about a fu  :censored ing little pr :censored ck”.

Elsewhere today super-spy and daft weedy chin-jutter, Gavin “mummy calls me Gavvy” Williamson has been handed his own tiny baw sack as Defence Minister. The poxy spider owning tw@t revealed his exceptional “intelligence” credentials and steely British resolve by blabbing about the inner workings of government like some fat Orange Pig president on a Twitter jolly. Demonstrating the depth of character and competence possessed by all top Tories alongside Grayling and Fox Williamson made a prediction that “I’ll keep a low profile for a couple of weeks and spend my time wanking before I return to a ministerial post like all the other c :censored nts that deliberately f  :censored ck up”.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 22:29 - 1 May, 2019
Nice to see that our government are still as Strong & Stable as they’ve ever been...
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 23:18 - 1 May, 2019
Haven’t heard those two words used within a month of each other by any Tory for quite some time....?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 13:05 - 2 May, 2019
Word on the wire is that Gavin 'Paintball the Spanish Navy' Williamson is being set up by those that hate him in the Gov and Boretard Johnson. Apparently, Gavin 'Put Machine Guns on all the Tractors' Williamson invoked the swearing on his own childrens lives clause so he couldn't have possibly leaked anything. However, others aren't so sure and claim Gavin 'Park Up Our Only Battleship With No Aircraft  in China' Williamson has always been a leaky shitbag.

Makes you proud to be British eh?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 16:21 - 2 May, 2019
What’s his name again?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 16:29 - 2 May, 2019
Not so Private Pike :)
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 18:53 - 2 May, 2019
William Gaviscon?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 06:36 - 3 May, 2019
And while we’re all watching another government minister being sacked, we ignore the huawei security threat...
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 06:39 - 3 May, 2019
Oh and Boris is still a clown...

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Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Rob the Nog on 08:14 - 3 May, 2019
How does such a halfwit get to be in that position (obviously a case of not what you know).

I just know that idiot is going to be PM one day.

Between him and Trump we're all fecked.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 11:29 - 3 May, 2019
I think you might be right Nog, no matter how nonsensical it seems, it has a British saucy charade theatre inevitability about it.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 20:16 - 3 May, 2019
When I talk to strangers I always make sure I crack some sort of joke or unpleasant fact about Trump or Boris

In others news today Tory and Labour W@nkerz [filtered] claimed and avoided the Brexit message was understood whilst nothing was said about them being riven by indecision and weakness or why they hadn’t got the message well before the elections. After receiving his telegram from the queen Vince Laid-a-Cable came back to life to celebrate the attention that a dysfunctional democracy brings when control shifts to no overall control in local elections. With four weeks until all dysfunctional parties cede MEP power to racist and predatory filth who want an EU pension but should be hung it remains to be seen how the great promise of British democracy will deliver a Brexit to protect itself from its worst vulnerabilities with such “strong” individuals in charge

Large doses of Fentanyl will be available to all soon
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 18:46 - 7 May, 2019
UKIP candidate Carl “racist virgin” Benjamin has discovered his stupidity is not in fact satire. The bulging eyed bearded fat fool has desperately back peddled despite being a complete stranger to exercise. The useless fat turd makes rape jokes for other UKIP ar5eh0lez [filtered] to laugh along with because the rapist just caught by Police after his horrific assaults on numerous victims is of course very funny for UKIP voters and just the kind of Britain they all want to see. UKIP voters should all be drowned or set on fire (or both). The last bit is of course satire, Carl!
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 19:25 - 7 May, 2019
Drowning people and setting them on fire simultaneously is not a very good thing to say.
 :nono That's because there's a fundamental flaw with your plan.  If one sets UKIP members on fire and drowns them, it puts the fire out. So it's one or the other I'm afraid.  :teach
Title: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 19:59 - 7 May, 2019
Lmfao!

Those fire/smoke qualifications are paying for themselves here JPR!
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Sidestand on 20:04 - 7 May, 2019
Sprinkler systems full of petrol - that would work  :thumb

Especially for UKIP - nasty fascist f :censored ckers - even Hypocritical Bastard has put a load of distance between him & them !
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Sidestand on 20:08 - 7 May, 2019
How did that happen ?

Typed Hypocritical Bastard in & Hypocritical Bastard came up  :dontknow:   - has someone found an auto ethical button ?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 22:23 - 7 May, 2019
Garage when I type his name

Anyway ET the drowning and burning method has always worked - witches that survived the ducking stool were burnt at the stake. The EU and Human Rights have taken away that British approach to justice!  :wife
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 22:06 - 8 May, 2019
Mike “gut bucket” Pompeo has been craned off of a US heavy-lift transport aircraft in Engerland to spread his masters toxic filth. After missing a meeting in Berlin with Merkel because Pompeo is like Trump and pissed his knickers at the suggestion he converse with a woman so clever she can speak German the fat f  :censored ck wants to see UK and US servicemen and women and countless civilians slaughtered in an illegal war in Iran with nothing whatsoever to do with oil. Warning of the increasing danger that the fascist Whitehouse is creating in The Middle East Pompeo managed to speak between buckets of fried food saying “I urge the UK to stand with us to reign in bloodletting and lawlessness”. Pompeo said nothing of Trumps support for the murderous leaders of Russia, Saudi Arabia, Israel or North Korea and certainly nothing about Trumps support for Charlottesville neo Nazis or Trumps direct threats against a female Muslim congresswoman. Proving Pompeo is a loyal servant of lawlessness and his masters bloodletting Pompeo did manage to reign in numerous other troughs of deep fried chemicals (AKA American “farm produce”) in a grotesque precursor of US international terrorism
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 07:38 - 9 May, 2019
Do I detect a slight aire of synicism?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 19:14 - 9 May, 2019
Apologies... Pompeo is an honest and trustworthy broker of laudable statesmanship in the pursuit of benevolence for humanity in the face of obvious environmental degradation?


Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 19:49 - 9 May, 2019
Nigel Hypocritical Bastard - I may have done that some time ago lol :)

Politics is really going down the shitter, I think Labour should resurrect John Smith, sadly died before his time and if he had been around maybe Bliar would would have just remained a right wing nobody in Labour, like Luke Akehurst or John Mann.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Rob the Nog on 20:42 - 9 May, 2019
John Smith snuffing it was very unfortunate, I really liked that guy and he seemed to be proper labour, not that stupid 'new labour's bo :censored locks they came out with.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 20:43 - 9 May, 2019
Yeah, he was a good man and a clear thinker...
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 07:10 - 15 May, 2019
This week is “Looney Awareness” week and what better than a death to load up the bandwagon of self-righteousness? Mawkish, hostile, depraved, long running and lucrative ITV Jeremy Kyle show is suddenly facing a concerted series of comments and concern following the death of a victim guest. From the abyss of silence has come a chorus of pleas for the show (and hopefully Kyle himself) to be axed. At least for a week until the fuss dies down and money can again be made from televising the exploitation of the theckless. Tory MP Charles Ashley Rupert Walker (OCD contagion and sole MP to vote to accept an 11% pay rise in 2013 following expenses scandal) thinks the show should be shelved.... “Look here!” Said the Richard Madeley lookalike, “we have a grotesque spectacle televised daily that has arguments and astonishing and sustained liars and cheats fawning for attention, power and prestige in a horrid display of contempt for each other and the viewing public. The difference is of course that we are paid very well, can claim expenses and get a taxpayer funded pension. This government will continue with austerity and universal credit no matter how many deaths and whatever suffering we create”. Thereby proving the high handed always know what’s best for the pleb the show must go on.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Rob the Nog on 08:33 - 15 May, 2019
“Look here!” Said the Richard Madeley lookalike, “we have a grotesque spectacle televised daily that has arguments and astonishing and sustained liars and cheats fawning for attention, power and prestige in a horrid display of contempt for each other and the viewing public. The difference is of course that we are paid very well, can claim expenses and get a taxpayer funded pension.

Like it  :)

Never been a fan of Jeremy Kyle, but must admit I've watched a few when off work with a sort of fascination as to why it exists at all.  My take is people with fairly shitty lives (at home all day of course) feel better about themselves because they aren't as bad as those on the show.

Also the lie detector gets me - they tout it as being 95% accurate and seeming like this makes it infallible, but what people miss is that for every 100 people questioned, 5 will get stitched up by it, which means it could be someones relationship down the pan for no reason, which is possibly what happened in this case.

Anyway, hopefully it will get pulled, but I'm sure they'll come up with some other mind numbing crap for the masses.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 14:11 - 15 May, 2019
CMC goes national?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 23:58 - 15 May, 2019
I’m a commuter get me outta here!

Radio 4 quoted the Daily Mail’s disdain for the show.... it’s not even worthy of a claim of irony but something way below contempt for honesty when The Daily Mail (or Trump et al) feeds their audience with deliberated double standards

The show has been axed.... One small step for a man (to get his P45) and one unlikely step forward, for mankind...
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 08:09 - 19 May, 2019
Penny “Bucket Fanny Poop Deck” Mordaunt wants to give murderers, rapists and peados a hug, kiss and a get-out-of-jail-free card. The Naval reservist who has a painting of Nelson (it would have been Adolf if she was an army reservist) believes a uniform wipes away the evidence of criminality. Where the British army have routinely, purposely and extensively murdered civilians during the occupation of Northern Ireland there should be no crimes acknowledged. For any rape or torture of unvalued foreigners in a desert littered with depleted Uranium and birth defects there is to be no crime either. Against all UN and European Court verdicts on British crimes Mordaunt wishes to free the war criminals from worry to demonstrate democratic and civilised values for lesser nations to aspire to. Some other c :censored t called Mercer wants the same thing too. Where British state inquiries, inquests and reports have traditionally been used to delay, obfuscate, shield and lie (to get away with murder), Mordaunt wants to avoid the waste of money and the pretence by simply making all crimes disappear when the perpetrator signs up to commit them. Britain always said that God would never let the lights go out in the British Empire and this is true because God would never trust the British in the dark
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 22:33 - 21 May, 2019
Aww thor thucks thake said lisping tw@t Jamie Oliver as his unsavoury business is launched into the recycling bin. Having come to fame by fingering numerous salads and “dwething wiv wuvvwyneth” and copious amounts of spittle the “naked chef” has been ravaged by financial over eating. The “chef” who has failed to have Michelin consider awarding him a lowly brown star for his “food” is no doubt downing a Peroni whilst sat on a Vespa somewhere. Having overpriced such works of genius as “goats cheese salad”, “sausage & mash”, “pizza” and a “cheese sandwich” and selling it from overpriced property in the centre of various cities the “entrepreneurial bad boy of daft inedible superlatives” had little to say on how long he thought he could keep the theatre of “the emperors new clothes” going when he started his salad bar business. Sadly a lot of people have lost their jobs but others can spend 90% less for 90% more at local shops and cafes instead.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 06:14 - 22 May, 2019
Fat tongued tw@t.

Oh well, it’s back to turkey twizzlers for lunch.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 10:51 - 22 May, 2019
What about the thousand that lose their jobs?


TBH we rarely eat out, the quality of the food, even in the poshest of joints, is very seldom (if ever) an improvement on home cooking...  :teach
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Rob the Nog on 11:13 - 22 May, 2019
Home cooking will pretty much always beat most 'standard' places as you can control the quality of the ingredients and also it'll most likely be a lot healthier.

Depends what you're after though, if feeling lazy on a Sunday but wanting a nice roast and some local pubs do great Sunday lunches and a few chains aren't that bad for eating out when being dragged around the shops out shopping with the missus.

We're lucky enough to have a place open up a few years ago near us that's within walking distance and I reckon is close to deserving a Michelin star.  They know we're local and got a little tour of the kitchen and gardens once and it's really nice there - they promote a lot of local / British fair including a fair few English wines which are surprisingly nice.  Anyway, that's our occasional eating out treat now (hopefully going this weekend actually :) ).
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 19:55 - 22 May, 2019
Local, you say....?

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Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 22:18 - 22 May, 2019
Greybull... Did they buy Jamies restaurants or did he balls it all up on his own?
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Post by: Vu Ja Dave on 23:57 - 22 May, 2019
What about the thousand that lose their jobs?


TBH we rarely eat out, the quality of the food, even in the poshest of joints, is very seldom (if ever) an improvement on home cooking...  :teach

I concur.  :yesir
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Post by: Readmarx on 00:07 - 8 June, 2019
Planet Earth’s finest f :censored wit  this week brought a gift of stupidity for the British people to admire. Trump claimed the Queen has never had such a great time as when she met the bankrupt halfwit. Trump’s secret method of engagement was to reveal that the Moon is actually part of Mars which is similar to US elections not actually being a successful facet of a Russian foreign policy coup. Trump began his UK visit with a racist tirade against the dwarf London mayor Saddam Caan which inspired Trumps fellow racist Tommy “picks up the soap in prison showers” Robinson to go on a violent football rampage in Portugal with other England W@nkerz [filtered] because the milkshakes were foreign or some similar nonsense. Trump left the UK after a debrief at the Russian embassy and all who met him agreeing he really is a very special sort of idiot. Except Nigel Hypocritical Bastard who couldn’t speak as his mouth was still full of Trump’s fetid “man milk” which Hypocritical Bastard has promised not to swallow until Vladimir gets him a Brexit Party MP elected.
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Post by: Readmarx on 00:45 - 10 June, 2019
Sky high on greed and apathy Boris “f  :censored ck the environment and everyone else” Johnson has said nothing about Goves Crack Head habit. Given the Tories have generally been against drugs except when consumed in vast quantities by their own class and not acknowledged as the elite do not admit their contradictions it is remarkable that BJ has not capitalised upon this gift. Goves 20 year consumption has not resulted in his features being f :censored ked [filtered] up and he appears as a handsome example of purity. Johnson appears only as an addict of grotesque proportions in need of adulation and status. The race for the next unelected Prime Minister continues with Sajid Javid continuing to force his chin and brow to be forced together with both determined to maximise the distance to the top of his head. Faced with a cess pit of genetic mutants the Tory party is content to foist the most unpalatable creatures upon the electorate with the greatest freak declared as the winner. Royston Vasey will soon have its leader chosen and the nation will be forced to celebrate. Corbyn is unable to decide or formulate an effective response and has chosen to abstain from any sort of attack in a piss weak display of incapacity. “We get the politicians we deserve” said one voter shortly before he was shot in face and buried in an unmarked pit. The media declined to support democracy and the “race” continues.
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Post by: E.T. on 16:45 - 10 June, 2019
British Constitution init. We never elect a Prime Minister, only our local MP, and they in turn (and on our behalf, because they represent our views...of course  :cool   ...and it saves us the effort ) nominate one of their number as Prime Minister.  Why should democracy suddenly be applied this time round, please explain?

(The Merkins were always surprised to hear that we don't elect our PM...I used to mention it just for the fun of seeing the surprise on their faces!)

Anyway, if votes were the thing, do you seriously think anyone would have an erection with Theresa?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 19:38 - 12 June, 2019
I think if you look at politics from Corbyn's perspective he's doing just enough to keep the system working while at the same time being enough of a threat to the establishment, IMHO.

You can see this in action, Truss was on the news this morning saying Bozo was only being picked on because people like him... Well if you apply the same logic then Corbs has a winning formula. But look at Mike Pompeo in the USA telling people he will push back against a Corbyn government, they fear a true socialist government not just the US but the UK too.

Like someone famous once said (sort of), it's not Corbyn the fear, it's you! Too much power and awareness in our hands will f  :censored ck them up and £8,000+ of our money wouldn't be spent by Esther McVey on a private photographer while there are people dying because of her previous actions.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 22:04 - 19 June, 2019
We is so honoured and inspired by a small bunch of fu  :censored ing W@nkerz [filtered] on stools vying to become the next grand thief of truths and implementor of climate destruction  :wife
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Post by: AlunL on 07:58 - 20 June, 2019
Back in the UK, it’s all about the party and not the country...

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Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 14:46 - 20 June, 2019
You think its any different in any other party?  :nono
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 00:03 - 21 June, 2019
Hesletine was interesting on R4 tonight
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Post by: E.T. on 16:27 - 21 June, 2019
Hesletine was interesting on R4 tonight
...?? Aaaaand?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 22:27 - 21 June, 2019
He seems to be suggesting a Rainbow coalition of Lib dems, Plaid, Greens, SNP will prevail against a split Tory party led by the violent fat liar or the duplicitous drinking straw.... it might be wishful thinking but it could also be LSD
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Post by: E.T. on 22:21 - 22 June, 2019
Reckon we're pretty much f :censored ked [filtered] whatever
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Post by: Readmarx on 18:00 - 23 June, 2019
That’s exactly what “they” want you to think... the “strongman” politician, the corporation, the greedy media, the lazy “thinkers and conversationalists” on social media (CMC is antisocial media). We’re only “f :censored ked [filtered]” if we give up fighting against lies and stupidity.
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Post by: E.T. on 22:44 - 23 June, 2019
Good luck with that one
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Post by: E.T. on 22:45 - 23 June, 2019
 :eat
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 14:09 - 24 June, 2019
A man today defended his employer after his employer employed him to defend his employer. No thought or effort was required by the man. He only needed to lie and say what his employer employed him to do. Nick Clegg said Facebook did not adversely affect UK voting.

Elsewhere a man who has spent 15 years proving he is untrusted by the UK population but with whom half the UK population share a broad agreement has gone on record as saying his one-trick party which has failed to win a MP seat will give its support to one half of a split Tory party and whose supporters have infiltrated the split Tory party to elect a prime minister who must win a Parliamentary majority to deliver what the untrusted man wants. The untrusted man believes the support that is not there for him is sufficient to lend to another in whom only 50% of his own electorate may vote for him in a gamble that an outright majority of MP’s can be elected to vote for what the unpopular man wants. Hypocritical Bastard and his “thinking” on a no deal Brexit.

Lies and stupidity.

You can fool some people some of the time but you can’t fool all the people all of the time.

You have seen the populists rise but as each fails to deliver - what next?

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Post by: E.T. on 20:19 - 24 June, 2019
  :wave Ready for President ra Ra Ra  :wave
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 20:57 - 24 June, 2019
This lady is not for turning
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Post by: Readmarx on 00:08 - 3 July, 2019
Piss stained tea drinking Socialist Jezza “un-formidable” Corbyn has this week had his care assistant pull the tartan blanket from his knobbly knees and opened a packet of Worthers to prep the frail old c :censored t for a right proper savaging of some uncivil servants. The failed Trotskyite and invisible shadow of Lenin has about as much fearful presence as Sir Cliff Richard than Uncle Joe Stalin. After years of droning imperceptible weakness at the dispatch box and a complete inability to savage a government savaging itself the daft old duffer is apparently gum grinding in anger at being called frail. God only knows how anyone could conclude that the aged weakling is frail given the piss weak leadership, lack of bladder control, failed and forgotten ideas, mumbling lack of clarity and low levels of energy and constant napping. A party of youngsters too arrogant and idealistic to end the farce they have created have charged up the Corbyn mobility scooter for a slow trundle to Whitehall where Corbyn will arrive sometime next week once Saga have insured his trip. Anyone still awake might not want to listen to what the senile fart has to say
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 08:47 - 3 July, 2019
Stormsy’s mates will push his bath chair!
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 13:47 - 3 July, 2019
I don't know what people want from him, do they want the same venom they get from Herr May at the despatch box? The fact of the matter, and it is a fact, is that he gets misrepresented (Wes Streeting, Pollyanna Jo Philips, Mad Madge Hodge etc. etc.) by any labour faces in the media and his supporters don't get a look in. It's not often you see a Corbynite on the telly box, although I hear McCluskey did a good job on Marr last Sunday (I don't watch it).

We need a General Election on so many levels and as soon as purdah kicks in we'll see that policies maketh the man and not media manipulation.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 19:50 - 3 July, 2019
Yeah. I do think he is misrepresented.
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Post by: Readmarx on 21:58 - 3 July, 2019
Who is representing him at PMQs when he is outwitted by a moribund halfwit?
Title: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 06:55 - 5 July, 2019
Who is representing him at PMQs when he is outwitted by a moribund halfwit?
Good question.
I’d bet that Threesa crowd May is so relieved that JC is leader of the opposition. She’s left herself wide open so many times and would have been torn apart by most, but he seems to just sit there and occasionally ask for a GE. All he wants is to leave the EU and then have a GE.
So disappointed with the Labour Party, and have been for a couple of years. I even voted a Lib Dem for my MEP recently.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 19:42 - 8 July, 2019
Pretty difficult to make anything up about this... Diplomats speaking the truth about Trump's shithole administration, Ian & Duncan Smith's Universal Credit shithole being a target of fraudsters, ancient Corbyn needs the unions to guide Labours confused policy on Brexit, Epstein is charged with sex-trafficking kids whilst partying with Prince Andrew & Donald J Trump....
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Post by: AlunL on 06:22 - 9 July, 2019
Epstein will get away with it like he did last time on a much lower charge.
There’s too many important people involved including ‘top’ politicians, royalty, law makers, business leaders and celebrities.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 14:32 - 9 July, 2019
Post truth society innit.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 16:38 - 9 July, 2019
Unless there is some video evidence in existence somewhere....
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 22:12 - 10 July, 2019
Come the glorious day of the revolution brothers...
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 23:36 - 10 July, 2019
During that glorious revolution I look forward to Trump being skinned alive and inflated for a non-fake Donald Trump blimp
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 17:28 - 11 July, 2019
I'm pretty sure he's self-inflating.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 22:16 - 12 July, 2019
Been reading the Johnson/Trump ambassador re-thinking and reinterpretation. Andrew Neil again appears to have hit his mark. How can the bluster and promises be anything other than mere presentation?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 16:49 - 13 July, 2019
Presentation. It's what it's all about. 
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Post by: Readmarx on 20:43 - 13 July, 2019
Delivery. Ideas that deliver. I thought presentation ended with Blair. Corbyn can’t deliver a bowl of soup. When Johnson ascends to his throne he may well deliver a no deal Brexit but what ideas are there to make a success of it on the world stage? It’s depressing!
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Post by: E.T. on 06:57 - 14 July, 2019
Amen
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Post by: Readmarx on 22:05 - 14 July, 2019
It’s OK, I’ve just been reminded of his conspiracy to commit actual bodily harm with his fraudster friend Darius “privileged but still greedy” Guppy. Johnson will be an honest leader of the nation whose violence, greed and misogyny will be an instant thing of the past and not revealed as his core as is with his master, Trump
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Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 22:39 - 15 July, 2019
System is fooked.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 06:04 - 16 July, 2019
Andrew Neil is very good at exposing clowns like Boris.
The majority of the electorate are ignorant of facts and debate and just react positively to the borisbollox being spouted from the right-leaning press.
I despair.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 13:46 - 16 July, 2019
I don't trust any of them. So maybe entertainment value is next to consider?



Just jokin'. But I suspect he'll win support on that basis
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 21:13 - 16 July, 2019
Someone once said we get the politicians we deserve.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Vu Ja Dave on 00:23 - 17 July, 2019
Apathy always wins.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Rob the Nog on 08:04 - 17 July, 2019
Apathy always wins.

I'd agree with that but can't be arsed.
Title: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 16:23 - 17 July, 2019
Apathy always wins.
Keep meaning to look up that word...
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 22:27 - 17 July, 2019
I can’t get past the fu  :censored ing Aardvark
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 11:12 - 18 July, 2019
Evil bastards Aardvarks, Aard as nails they are.

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Post by: Readmarx on 20:49 - 19 July, 2019
Determined to force the top of his head from his face, Sajid Javid the token ethnic Home Secretary given Whitey’s job to dampen attention on Islamaphobia (virulent and wholly acceptable British behaviour) and the Windrush debacle has today praised the racist Hypocritical Bastard for being less racist than others who are much more racist. Javid is doing an obedient ethnic job for his white masters after not being invited to the establishment serenade of the planets leading racist, Trump. With as much backbone as any jellyfish Javid simultaneously abuses any immigrant to the UK and dog whistles quieter racists and xenophobes to the Tory fold as they know Johnson will make him minister for corner shops as a reward for his hard work. Well done Sajid, now go back to where you came from. Eh? Eh? Nudge, nudge, wink, wink
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 23:00 - 15 August, 2019
You couldn't make the f :censored cker up could ya? Senile, piss-stained MP would be PM Corbyn wants to be interim PM to fulfil a dying wish. Large breasted leader of the Liberals Jo Swingerson wants a love in with a few crusty Tories and Labour types to thwart the bag of putrid posh w@nk [filtered] juice that is putrid posh c :censored t Johnson.
Corbyn appears to be the Johnson secret weapon as no c :censored t would want Jeremy unleashing Diane "I can count to potato" Abbott in a period of emergency. So perhaps the solution is a right old British fudge and an interim government of inaction followed by some chaos and a reversion to "I told you it should have been a fu  :censored ing no deal!"
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 10:33 - 16 August, 2019
.......and......bre athe.  :party
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 19:48 - 16 August, 2019
Can someone stop all of this and go back a couple of years; just before sCameron promised a referendum to appease the swivel-eyed loons on the far right... or better still, just before we allowed David Milliband to loose to his clever-but-unelectable brother...
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Post by: Readmarx on 21:37 - 16 August, 2019
I don't know about you but this is the alternative reality I dreamed of when I sold my soul to Satan in return for everlasting life for the chance to be sharing it with a government comprised of a small band of greedy and vicious turds
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Post by: Readmarx on 19:08 - 19 August, 2019
Proper perfect Prince of Paedo's Prince Andrew of Paedoshire and a proper prince chosen by god to be your proper British deity to whom you are a subject and paying guest of has apparently forgotten good social manners. The British public are to shut the f  :censored ck up and not consider the inbred f :censored cker is a close friend and associate of convicted sleeze monster Jeffrey Epstein. The British public is not to consider for a moment that their handsome prince was a friend before, during and after the Paedo Epstein was exposed... As a paedo. Brush it under the carpet like the obedient little subject you are, say nothing, do nothing and f  :censored ck off because there's nothing for you to see here. c :censored t.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 07:44 - 20 August, 2019
Having a bad day?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 10:26 - 20 August, 2019
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Post by: E.T. on 12:31 - 20 August, 2019
Well the monarchy royal family have been at it like rabbits for centuries. All this faithfulness and chastity is for the plebs and doesn't apply.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 21:25 - 20 August, 2019
The royals are renowned paedophilic practitioners- do tell more?
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Post by: E.T. on 09:01 - 21 August, 2019
The royals are renowned paedophilic practitioners- do tell more?
I didn't mention pedophilic behaviour...but I wouldn't be surprised. I was just talking about one rule for the rich and one for the poor when it comes to sexual behaviour...among other things 

eg. https://www.amazon.com/Royal-Babylon-Alarming-History-European/dp/0767907558
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 14:16 - 24 August, 2019
Prince Andrew appears to have forgotten the numerous flights he’s taken with Epstein and... a 17yr old... And the foot massage by a young Russian... must all be an unfortunate coincidence with his innocent behaviour that the Royal household PR machine is working hard to debunk

Can’t hear anyone speaking up for the victims of this criminal behaviour
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Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 12:25 - 28 August, 2019
Lord Mountbatten was one for that apparently. Kinda makes you a bit less sorry the IRA blew him up.
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Post by: AlunL on 13:27 - 28 August, 2019
He had dandruff apparently... they know because his Head & Shoulders was found on the beach.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 13:43 - 28 August, 2019
What goes 300mph and has 12 holes? Mountbattens deck shoes.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 20:19 - 28 August, 2019
https://newsthump.com/2019/08/28/queen-brilliantly-steers-attention-away-from-prince-andrew-by-suspending-democracy/
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Post by: AlunL on 16:24 - 29 August, 2019
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Post by: AlunL on 16:33 - 29 August, 2019
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Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 19:08 - 18 September, 2019
When a country murders civilians at will and in plain sight it is important to be a good citizen and attain genuine bafflement that your own government or its allies could do such a thing. We’re not talking about the murder of civilians in Northern Ireland by British soldiers because the mere suggestion arouses such righteous anger at the concept that facts cannot be understood and guilt rightly placed. So we’ll just have another inquiry or show trial. Instead it is today the turn of our favoured Middle Eastern ally to whom we sell billions of pounds worth of weaponry used to murder civilians because its very important that we have jobs for these people to go to. The makers of arms, not the murderers. Could get confusing this if you can’t think straight and you’re a regular Facebook user. Oh yes, Saudi Arabia... The place that our British princes (tree huggers not peados) dance and do good things. Yes, Saudi Arabia. Where women are beaten and others beheaded. Saudi Arabia had produced indisputable evidence that Iran attacked it’s oil refinery. Saudi Arabia failed to find evidence that it instructed the murder and butchery of a journalist in its own consulate building. Trump believes Saudi Arabia and the UK is baffled. Be a good citizen and think what you’re supposed to think.
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Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 10:32 - 19 September, 2019
Saudi Arabia and Israel seem to be able to do all sorts of shit and no-one seems to care, it's like a political blind spot in peoples' eyeballs.
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Post by: E.T. on 12:53 - 19 September, 2019
who said that
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 13:44 - 19 September, 2019
I did.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 19:02 - 19 September, 2019
When?

Preposterous, pompous and privileged public schoolboy pr :censored ck - David "cry baby resigner" Cameron - has emerged from his self enforced hibernation from stupidity following his stupid and cowardly decision to split the country with the Tory party's own schism - Yerp. Popping out from his £25k (gig economy and zero hours contract) shepherds hut of upper middle class empathy to bring his slimy shit to the impoverished masses once again the pathetic tw@t is on a book tour. A book bought by W@nkerz [filtered] who read the Daily Mail and Telegraph. The ex prime minister emerged to savage Boris Johnson in the same way someone might be savaged by a slightly too tight woolen jumper. The boring shiny headed pr :censored ck attempted to pour scorn onto serial liar Johnson as though it would somehow suggest to people that Cameron was actually cool, OK, misunderstood or some such other rich boy fantasy. Today the silly c :censored t started on R4 talking in posh and "oh so polite" plummy terms of how he also lied to the queen and told her what to do over the Scottish referendum and by lunchtime had scuttled backwards at such a frenzied pace following the palaces "displeasure" (displeasure is not mentioned about Andrew's nasty sexual exploits of course) that he's disappeared back up his own ar5eh0le [filtered]. Proving that the phenomenal lack of judgement is a genetic hallmark of the bulbous headed fool.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 09:25 - 21 September, 2019
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Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 14:09 - 21 September, 2019
There is some legitimacy in the argument that parliament works under the remit of the people. Where parliament is obfuscating the will of the people, there may be a case for closing parliament.

No one can negotiate by explaining in public what taticsvthey are going to use, and how much they are prepared to give and take, which is essentially what parliament is demanding to know. You can understand why they would want to know, but it does rather destroy the negotiations.

So there is an argument to complete the negotiations, then call parliament back say what do you think. That may have been the thinking.

If MPs are failing to act the way the people have voted, then it's time for a referendum.


Now, if course, that's very simplistic, because the argument the MPs are using is that you common  people are fu  :censored ing' stupid and didn't know what you were voting for, we will save you.

As I maintain, I don't know what's best. (I actually don't think anyone else does either, which is why nothing is crystal clear and obvious). I was accused of being arrogant which I find interesting as I don't actually know enough to have a real opinion of value.

So is proroguing of parliament legitimate? I don't know. I can see the arguments from both sides, and if I were trying to negotiate, but had to explain my strategy to the party I was negotiating with, I would resist telling if I could...or fail.

What does piss me off is that many people do have clear view of where they sit and I'm a c :censored t if I don't agree with them.  How can I agree if I don't know enough??..and my suspicion is, they don't either.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 14:11 - 21 September, 2019
PS typing on a pokey phone makes it hard to see spelling and grammatical errors, so you'll have to guess.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 15:24 - 21 September, 2019
But both sides have to get ‘approval’ to negotiate. Why should Trumponson keep his hand hidden when the EU have to be open?

As for ‘will of the people’, that’s a meaningless catchphrase created by the legally-proven liars of the leave campaign. Meaningless. It means nothing. Nowt. Nil. Bugger all.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 19:21 - 21 September, 2019
But both sides have to get ‘approval’ to negotiate. Why should Trumponson keep his hand hidden when the EU have to be open?

As for ‘will of the people’, that’s a meaningless catchphrase created by the legally-proven liars of the leave campaign. Meaningless. It means nothing. Nowt. Nil. Bugger all.
wiil of the peeps just means the referendumb outcome...so not too meaningless...but a soundbite I agree.

Because if you tell all at the outset it's not a negotiation, you get taken for a ride.  I bet the EU haven't said how much they'll concede...May just went into the showroom and said. That's what I want, and I want free car mats with it, but I'll buy it without the car mats anyway.

Anyway I still don't know what it all actually means.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 00:33 - 22 September, 2019
Leave the EU on what terms was not the ballot question hence three years of confusion

Every democratically elected government negotiates with its legislature fully functioning as government does not reveal its negotiating strategy nor need recourse to the legislature unless bound by law to present terms for a treaty or act, etc to the legislature as the British government has bound itself on this case. By refusing to allow the legislate to convene the executive hamstrings its domestic legislation but more importantly runs the clock down to its threat to leave with no deal against presenting a deal with little time to debate or amend. If the deal negotiated is flawed the legislate is coopted by default into a potentially bad deal which is the failure of logic that undid May. By refusing to seek an extension the stark choice is set. Your position ET seems closely aligned to Hypocritical Bastard and the Telegraph “it’s what the people voted for and Boris knows best”?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 09:41 - 22 September, 2019
The whole thing is a lie, even the EU neoliberal and capitalist rhetoric that pays lip service to real socialism. Meanwhile, homeless folks keep dying on the streets in increasing numbers, even those living, NHS keeps being run down, education is being taken away from us and run down in the same way as the NHS, councils are being strangled for funding by central government, DWP are still forcing ill people in to work and to suicide.

But EU is the main thing on everything, all news, all newspapers, the biggest thing since WWII...
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 12:16 - 22 September, 2019
Leave the EU on what terms was not the ballot question hence three years of confusion

Every democratically elected government negotiates with its legislature fully functioning as government does not reveal its negotiating strategy nor need recourse to the legislature unless bound by law to present terms for a treaty or act, etc to the legislature as the British government has bound itself on this case. By refusing to allow the legislate to convene the executive hamstrings its domestic legislation but more importantly runs the clock down to its threat to leave with no deal against presenting a deal with little time to debate or amend. If the deal negotiated is flawed the legislate is coopted by default into a potentially bad deal which is the failure of logic that undid May. By refusing to seek an extension the stark choice is set. Your position ET seems closely aligned to Hypocritical Bastard and the Telegraph “it’s what the people voted for and Boris knows best”?
my position is I don't know what's right. Not sure that aligns with farages view?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Rob the Nog on 11:48 - 24 September, 2019
So it looks like Boris acted illegally after all - serves the tw@t right.

Will be interesting to see the fall-out, would like to see him forced to resign, but I bet he'll try and bluster his way out of it.

I keep thinking this government can't get any worse and the whole thing becomes more and more of a f  :censored ck up.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 15:00 - 24 September, 2019
I can't see how he can remain PM, seriously. He's wangled it to be out of the country when the verdict comes through and he's been lying in Amerkia today, bluffing away as usual about how any Americans coming to Britain are welcome as long as they don't break the law. This is on the day he, the PM, has been deemed to have broken the law.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 16:38 - 24 September, 2019
He’ll blame a junior advisor who will then get sacked. Boris will continue wearing a Teflon suit and keep getting away with being a dangerous and damaging ar5eh0le [filtered].

If only the Labour Party had an effective leader to make the most of all this stuff...
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 16:54 - 24 September, 2019
Corbyn Vs BoJo  :party

Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 22:27 - 24 September, 2019
When the house sits tomorrow the government without mandate, validity or majority must attempt to govern from its grave. Johnson and his ilk are the very worst of the worst in British history that have nothing but contempt for all but themselves. Johnson is to be forced to reveal what all know to be true that he has no ability to deliver a deal other than modification to May’s which can only exist because the DUP have moved. Johnson must have the house agree to any deal as no deal is against the law... Johnson has refused to seek an extension that the EU would be unlikely to give him because it is him. He is cornered, weak and toothless. The hardline Tories now deserve to become more frustrated, frightened, vengeful and internecine. I wonder if it will be Cummings or Johnson who is first to be removed from their position by an armed police officer and marched out of No.10?
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Rob the Nog on 08:15 - 25 September, 2019
internecine

I had to look that up  :bag
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 11:58 - 25 September, 2019
Tez Ilyas (he's pretty good) took apart Johnson's dad on the telly when Johnson said that he considered naming himself Mustapha so he could jump on the BAME bandwagon. I kid you not. In fact, look on the Twitters and Tez's min thread complete with clips: https://twitter.com/tezilyas/status/1176540699669479425
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 16:58 - 25 September, 2019
Love Tez Talks on R4. Will have to follow him on Twatter.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 10:24 - 27 September, 2019
Clever guy... Love his comedy.

Join the Tezbians Al, become one of us!
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 22:35 - 17 October, 2019
Greedy little thief of fellow students ideas and shiny faced fuckstick of Facebook fame Mark Zuckerberg has made a speech containing an uninterrupted narrative of lies and doublethink that makes Trump’s Twitter feed look like the bible. Zuckerberg is so far up his own portal that he thinks people believe his global empire is a fluffy and lovely innocent internet fun space. It isn’t. Zuckerberg knows that people don’t think and don’t care. Zuckerberg has been preaching free speech whilst giving freedom to hate speech and good old Zuckers has been farming the users data to assist political campaigns to target simple minded folk to assist in them making (mis & dis) informed political decisions by targeting users with a news narrative and other Facebook shit to help sway elections “through the power of social media”. Users remain with Facebook because real life is just too hard (as every human & civil rights activist who’s imprisoned knows). So Mark Zuckerberg can take his freedom speech and go f  :censored ck himself before assisting in his next paid subversion of democratic freedoms
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 23:21 - 5 November, 2019
Lanky languid front bench lay-about Jacob Piss Mogg has asked for millions to beat some sense into the puerile shitbag. Whilst on a radio show spreading his polite vitriol with some detestable presenter the posh c :censored t felt it necessary to call the dead and the poor stupid. After the show the yellow bellied MP released a “what I meant to say” statement which flatly contradicts the expensive education which helped give him the confidence to speak the shit inside of his head and also contradicts the precision of language the lying fuckstick said he would bring to the HoC (which he fell flat on his ridiculous face failing to achieve). Demonstrating the very worst depravity of character and hostile intent that the British “ruling class” has always possessed Jacob Piss Mogg believes that common sense was lacking in those for whom rules of construction, rescue and escape were supposed to be lifelines. Common sense has told millions of people that Mogg is against the people of Britain and for a very small few of his own. One dearly hopes he is not himself trapped in a lethal environment reliant upon only his weak and sick mind to guide him to safety. c :censored t
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 05:53 - 6 November, 2019
Didn’t he say that he wouldn’t have stayed put; nanny would have carried him out of Grenfell.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Sidestand on 09:33 - 6 November, 2019
Absolute f :censored wit  & showing himself up for the complete wa :censored ker that he is
Especially as he said it only a couple of days after that article by a firefighter that actually attended Grenfell explained the 'Defend in Place' strategy &what would have happened to anyone opening their front door to leg it- straight into 600-1000 degrees of heat & smoke !!
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Rob the Nog on 11:04 - 6 November, 2019
Absolute f :censored wit  & showing himself up for the complete wa :censored ker that he is

Yep, basically trying to say it was their own fault, when in actual fact I'm pretty sure most peoples instincts would be to get the hell out of there, but you hope the firefighters know what they're talking about and would follow their advice to stay put.

To these guys us plebs are simply minions to pay into the system and anyone on benefits are worthless as they take from the system. 
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: BashplateAlAssad on 12:01 - 6 November, 2019
Not only Mogg but a whole host of his mates came out to back him up, still today on LBC (Liars Bastards and C*nts) giving his opinion beans by spinning it to say that if you were in a building and it was on fire would you leave?

Of course we all would, but this line ignores many factors, not least the one Mick picks out above which is absolutely key but not only that, one that saw the building go from a small fire to a raging inferno engulfing multiple faces in under an hour so before containment broke down (in well under 30 minutes) then 'stay put' would have been a good call. After that 30 minutes or so stay put was not, *but* with only one staircase for rescue and escape, and full of smoke and heat as Mick says, the situation was untenable and they were literally just firefighting.

There's a reason the report is done this way around.
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: AlunL on 18:53 - 6 November, 2019



https://newsthump.com/2019/11/06/joan-of-arc-wishing-shed-listened-to-some-good-old-common-sense/
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Rob the Nog on 07:36 - 7 November, 2019
Quote
“But he is – ‘ow you English say – the end of the bell.”

 :icon_biggrin:
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: Readmarx on 21:59 - 7 November, 2019
Put the RH member for the 18th century into an inner city housing estate at 2am to enunciate his common sense unto those in need - I doubt he’d deliver much more than a few witty Latin verse before his body is rightfully launched from a concrete balcony. Terrible shame it would be. Terrible. And such a tragedy. Etc
Title: Re: News of the Word
Post by: E.T. on 22:53 - 7 November, 2019
Tragic