Guardian Jackboot Bigot Calls Brexit Brits “Thugs!”

Remember this far-left jackboot bigot?


Guardian’s Nick ‘Storm-Troop’ Cohen


He’s the creep who says the media should shut down debate on Brexit.

Guardian Bigot- “Don’t Even Acknowledge Patriot Point Of View!” 

That was in July last year.

Oh, and he also wrote that, if the patriots seemed to be on-target....playing the ball means playing the extremists’ game to some extent. You treat their arguments as worthy of debate. However wrong you show them to be, you acknowledge their point of view…

God forbid this nasty Nazoid treat the patriotic point of view as ‘worthy of debate.’

His contempt for the very idea of settling issues by democratic argument echoes the mind-set of these long-dead gents in the photo below.



Here’s Cohen’s storm-troop boot-boy approach openly on display!

…it will not be enough to play the gentleman and play the ball. You will need to go in hard, with studs showing.

But this month, having openly told his Europhiliac henchmen to go in hard, with studs showing…



…Comrade Cohen has the bare-faced effrontery to accuse ‘supporters of Brexit’ of “THUGGERY!”

The most pressing question is the least obvious: why are they descending into paranoid thuggery? Supporters of Brexit ought to be happy.  

Brexiters now march with the toxic conspiracies of Orbán’s Hungary |

Of course there’s NO Brexit ‘thuggery,’ nor any proof that Brexiteers are planning any.

Cohen’s escalation into defamatory drivel comes, it seems, because he is quite beside himself with fury over growing public awareness in the UK of his hero Soros’ malignant role in world affairs.


  • Guardian Top News? Not Soros Meddling But ‘Pole Dancers!’

  • Time the Guardian put this overt enemy of democracy out to pasture.

  • His hatred of free and fair discussion ill fits their pretensions to be ‘the world’s leading liberal voice.’

  • The Cohen klutz might be more at home with the famous 1930s German newspaper, the Voelkisher Beobachter…

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  • …which certainly did encourage its readers to to go in hard, with studs showing.