53 thoughts on “De Thursday Papers

  1. mauriac

    the torygraph got that ridiculous Freudian Benn speech into the front page suspiciously quickly. Although maybe it would have been smarter for Corbyn to easily burnish his Rambo cred by supporting this pointless vote…

    1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

      @ mauriac;
      I agree with the first sentence.
      I don’t understand the second one.

      BTW BS, I like that addition of smaller versions at the bottom. Very nice.
      Now if only they were individually clickable…

      1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

        Actually BS, What if you put them at the top first, and then made them clickable?
        It would save an awful lot of people an awful lot of scrolling.

        G’wan, do it, please.

  2. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    *I don’t understand the second one.

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but are you saying that the man should’ve dropped his principles in a vote because he was going to lose? And that that would be clever?
    I’m missing something. I must be.

    1. mauriac

      is Corbyn a politician or a saint ? He could have neutralised a big part of the Tory attack on him by taking a faux Churchillian humanist warrior line on IS like his fellow socialist Hollande and backing the Brits dropping .5% of the bombs on poor Syria so they don’t feel left out.
      As Washington said ,” A small knowledge of human nature will convince us, that, with far the greatest part of mankind, interest is the governing principle; and that almost every man is more or less, under its influence. Motives of public virtue may for a time, or in particular instances, actuate men to the observance of a conduct purely disinterested; but they are not of themselves sufficient to produce persevering conformity to the refined dictates and obligations of social duty. Few men are capable of making a continual sacrifice of all views of private interest, or advantage, to the common good. It is vain to exclaim against the depravity of human nature on this account; the fact is so, the experience of every age and nation has proved it and we must in a great measure, change the constitution of man, before we can make it otherwise. No institution, not built on the presumptive truth of these maxims can succeed.”
      Corbyn and Labour have just been ripped apart by Cameron and the toffs for nothing.A good days work for the British far right.

      1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

        You use the term ‘continual sacrifice’, albeit in a quote from someone who paid money for his speeches to be written for him.
        I don’t think you know what it means.

        1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

          I’ll put it in perspective you might understand;

          Daesha could be wiped out tomorrow, but it’s like shutting down Pirate Bay for a couple of days. It’ll always come back.

          Education is the only solution.

          1. ahyeah

            True, but education takes a long, long time. And politicians don’t look beyond the next election. Bombing the fuck out of them (even if you’re actually hitting ordinary people, not ISIS) makes a politician look tough and decisive. They reckon that’s what the plebs want.

      2. :-Joe

        The opposite of a religious mnemonic is a politician?

        Please reboot you computer, run an anti malware and start again….

        :-J

        1. :-Joe

          “meme” probably would have been a better word but fup it..
          I’m more concerned with how to murder that oral pig fucker in the most violent, bloodiest and humiliating way.

          btw. Peace & Love

          :-J

        2. :-Joe

          Ok apparently talking about a Cameron the war criminal, wishing his demise and joking about it is not acceptable on the BS….

          Anyway, “meme” might have made more sense than mnemonic.

          Either way, you’re argument interesting but deluded.

          (I am fairly hammered btw)
          :-J

        3. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

          Start making sense :-Joe.
          Your command of English should be kept among your ‘limited’ friends.
          Don’t broadcast it.

          1. :-Joe

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      3. Twunt

        Labour, as is the want of all parties of the left, ripped itself apart. And this Tory gov is hardly ‘far right’.

        P.S. Excellent speech, I’d not read that before. Thank you.

      4. Dόn Pídgéόní

        ” He could have neutralised a big part of the Tory attack on him by taking a faux Churchillian humanist warrior line on IS like his fellow socialist Hollande and backing the Brits dropping .5% of the bombs on poor Syria so they don’t feel left out.”

        Regardless of what you think of him, why would he when he clearly doesn’t supporting it?

      1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

        Daesh is a problem, granted…

        Mr. Cameron’s ‘bravadery’ is highly questionable as a reasonable or educated response.
        His ‘solution’ is at best an exacerbation of the problem, at the expense of his own nation’s young kids, and foreigners, and all to his profit. They weren’t gonna vote for him anyway.

        It’s the Politics Of Fear.

        Blair did it better.

    1. Lorcan Nagle

      Matt Ridley, who wrote the article the Spectator’s cover features is a well-regarded science writer. I quite enjoyed his book on the human genome. He is, however a skeptic of anthropogenic climate change, and one of the few people who can write about it without coming off as a total lunatic. So he gets column inches as a result.

    1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

      I have very bad news for you.
      We have two things in common.
      Neither of them matter.

      I wouldn’t mind being being American or British though.
      I’m sure it’s not actually as bad as some people say.

        1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

          PS:

          It isn’t really relevant but I’ve been totally naked for three days.
          It’s been a revelation to me.

          There’s so many benefits I don’t know where to start.

          1. Owen

            linbinus, id say the state of his head and general well-being today will make the negatives quite clear.

            Drunk (et al) commenting.

  3. Kieran NYC

    Nice to see that while Sinn Fein will support you wholeheartedly if you murder a Garda, they draw the line at almost stabbing your wife to death.

    A little progress is better than nothing I guess.

    Two more Sinn Fein-IRA Gardaí murderers were released from prison yesterday as well. It’s almost a job requirement.

    1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

      @KFC:
      Why can’t you stop with your broken record?

      You have nothing new to say, you can’t say the old stuff in any new way.
      You’re just a total bore.

      Your name implies that you don’t even live in Ireland.

      You wish you did.
      I do live in Ireland.

      Suck that.

    2. jungleman

      When you refer to them as Sinn-Fein IRA, it makes me gag a little. Keep singing from the hymn sheet.

  4. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    I have a question for ALL of you;

    How many of the most prominent and well-known ‘World Leaders’ would benefit from World Peace’?
    Seriously?

    They’ll bomb another country and increase the price of the milk you put in your tea to pay for it.
    They just want to be elected again, because they’re so strong, behind their desks, etc…

    Don’t start me on the Irish ‘government’, please…

    1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

      ‘Peace’ doesn’t make economic sense.
      You can’t make BIG money without turmoil.

      Is everybody stupid, or what?

      1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

        TLDR:
        We are compliant in killing people people for profit.
        -NOT our profit.

        Our alliance is based on speaking the same language as the original perpetrators, and exacerbated by our inability to say ‘Enough Is Enough.’

        It’s about time we stopped taking the King’s Shilling.

        Shut down these Shannon transfers.

  5. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    Seriously, I’m glad I live far from Shannon Airport.
    I live in Dublin, and I’m glad it’s far from Kildare Street too.

    I feel kinda safe, et je parle francais, so I have nothing to worry about.

    But you lot….
    What are you going to do?

    Vous ne comprenez pas quelque chose, faites-vous?

  6. :-Joe

    I’ve never said it before but i’ll say it wholeheartedly..

    DAVID CAMERON IS A FACIST….

    …see you next tuesday for the oink fupping.

    :-J

    1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

      I agree with you wholeheatedly.
      David Cameron is a Fascict.

      The trouble is, he doesn’t realise it, and neither do his supporters.

      Dangerous through stupidity.
      Very dangerous.

      1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

        Contrived on his part, aligned on theirs…
        Wrong both times.

        War against War is what ISIS, IS or Daesh want.

        It takes smarter brains to deal with them.
        Reactionary nonsense that counts in numbers is just stupid..
        Their number grows exponentially under the current strategy.

        The joke isn’t funny anymore.

        1. :-Joe

          He knows what he is and he’s enjoying it.
          Smarmy fupping see you next tuesday.

          ISIS etc etc. is all a figment of their imagination….

          You can’t go to war if you don’t have an enemy…

          Who in the hell would be stupid enough to goto war with the west…

          Answer = NOBODY

          Bombing ISIS, DAESH,etc etc. = Bombing brown people.
          A.K.A Civilians, Collateral Damage or who cares because gotta use up some of all these arms we keep selling to both sides.

          Fupp NATO, UN. WTO, IMF, WB etc etc and fupp the west… all a big fat joke.

          :-J

  7. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    If I was caught putting my d*** in a dead pig’s mouth, in all honesty, I wouldn’t start a war to distract attention.
    I’d create a new Bank=Holiday or something…
    …not something that inevitably killed thousands of innocent people.

    Then again, I would never have become British Prime Minister if I didn’t put my d*** in a pig’s mouth.

    It’s a Catch 23 situation.

    It’s a War/War obligation.
    The PORK thing will go away, trust me.

    1. ahyeah

      Is it worse that it was a pig or that the pig was dead? And did he move it around? I’m told he didn’t. The man lacks romance.

  8. bisted

    …Hilary Benn would’ve been better served reflecting on his father’s ‘treason in high places’ speech…more Tony Blair than Tony Benn.

  9. Bingo

    Should we do something to help ‘badatmemes’?
    Doesn’t seem right to stand by while someone is mentally unraveling before us…

    1. Mikeyfex

      Ya, I’m uneasy about enjoying his contributions in fairness. Which I do. He seems like a smart fella too.

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