35 thoughts on “De Thursday Papers

  1. Kieran NYC

    The Daily Mail headlines show how poisonous the UK right-wing rags have become.

    Also Jeremy Corbyn couldn’t run a tap, let alone a country.

      1. Deluded

        I’m sure you are correct, except they’re not exactly popular, are they?
        These right-wing tabloid owners want the working-class to hate each other, and it works.
        In contrast, communists are pretty obscure, aren’t they? The “hard left” get a tiny number of voters, I really don’t see the equivalence.
        (For example, in Ireland 50% of the vote went to FFG yet they control the government and the opposition, meanwhile the “debate” about social issues is with the AAA/PBP.
        As a “moderate” I find this to be a gross distortion.)

      2. classter

        ‘The poison is not limited to the right, the left are equally idiotic’

        Complete nonsense.

        The left (or left-leaning) papers in the UK are the following:
        The Mirror, the Guardian, the Independent, the Morning Star (although this is almost never seen in real life!)

        None of these could be fairly described as poisonous.

    1. Topsy

      Great headline in the Mail. Next up France. Soon enough Ireland will be have to join with GB & leave the EU. Hurrah.

          1. Nigel

            When I was a garsoon we had to wait for the traveling Memesmith to come past once a year in his memewagon and he’d add memes to all our pictures by hand with lead-based paint that gave everyone the squitters. Ah, but he was wise in the way of teh lulz.

  2. martco

    That’s a great photo on front of The Guardian!

    schoolboy stuff from that fella sitting next to Farage very effective

  3. bisted

    …hope the Rolling Stones get the welcome they deserve when they play at Croke Park after they defied all pleas not to play in apartheid Tel Aviv…hope most of all the residents of the area show solidarity with the ‘under siege’ residents of Gaza…

      1. bisted

        …yeah…Beyoncé did cancel her planned concerts in Tel Aviv last year in response to pleas for her to boycott the pariah state…

    1. bertie blenkinsop

      Over the past year the residents of the inner city were probably in more danger than those in Tel Aviv.

        1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?


          That can sound VERY threatening, depending on how it’s sung.

  4. No more mr nice guy

    What’s so stark about Dublin extending? Is it not happy for the people in Cavan for example they can enjoy a far superior quality of life there and get straight into Dublin in just over an hour? Sounds great!

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