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  • ross1948 23:02 on July 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , foul-mouthed women, Guardian smear rag, martina hyde   

    Guardian’s Posh Gutter-Mouth – ‘Something Of The Shite About Her!’ 

    Apologies for the rude word, but read on and you’ll understand why!


    After an arguably all together too enjoyable Saturday, I was on my second mug of black coffee Sunday morning before it seemed acceptable to trawl through the media for blogworthy tidbits.

    Hangovers are best cured by aforesaid caffeine fixes, but also by concentrating on reasons to be cheerful, and one such arose from the noisome Guardian left propaganda rag, a grisly spectre named Marina Hyde, whose elegant vocabulary has inspired us before.

    The foul-mouthed cow allegedly  read English at Christ Church, Oxford  –

    – but her fancy education evidently provided her with inadequate words to criticise Jacob Rees-Mogg MP coherently. The Hyde-Hag was reduced to calling the Brexit champion, wait for it, a…



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    Marina Hyde

    Gambar terkait

    Back then, we asked if The Guardian could ‘compel or cajole its columnists to wash their gobs out with carbolic soap now and then?’

    But this past Sunday, my immediate thought, my reason to be cheerful, was –

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    ‘Thank God I Didn’t Have To Wake Up Beside THAT, This Morning.


    There really is something of the shite about her!’


    The foul-mouthed brute actually used that sentence, which sums up her own personality beautifully, to attack Anne Widdecombe MEP, a respectable British lady of advanced years but of unimpeachable character…


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    Ann Widdecombe


    …simply because Horrid Hyde disagreed with the Brexit Party MEP’s exemplary denunciation of the oppressive essence of the Brussels Empire.

    I decided to read Foul-Mouth’s whole turgid screed.

    It was laced with obscenities – including the F-word, and ‘w*nky’ – and then I checked out the brute’s background, to ascertain what aspects of her upbringing could have created such an utterly unacceptable human being.

    Some inner-city warren of deprivation?


    The middle-aged pinko pukette had a pampered, privileged upbringing, which even her real name, Marina Elizabeth Catherine Dudley-Williams, suggests.

    Poor Little Rich Girl (New Wave Readers) by…

    Her Grandpa was a Tory MP, a baronet, who, to his credit, took sensible stands on criminal crack-downs and once called for the resignation of Homo Heath.

    Her Daddy inherited the baronetcy and sent his ‘proper little madam’ daughter to ultra-posh private schools.

    Then, as previously noted, she got her degree from Oxford.

    So no excuses there for her filthy mouth.

    So is her problem genetic, Tourette’s Syndrome, maybe, if it’s not  derived from environmental factors?

    Alarmingly, she’s married with kids. Does she talk to them the same way she addresses her Guardian readers.

    F -off to school, ya wee shites!’  ‘Pick up yer w*nky toys!’

    Or does she reserve her vile vituperation for the poor mugs who read the tripe in that God-Awful Guardian?

    • Olivia N 23:42 on July 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Wise man, to thank the lord you are not living under the same roof as that fishwife!
      She’s just another poor little rich girl, slumming it at a safe distance by using dirty words that she thinks the lower classes use all the time.
      These snobs abound on the left.
      Even her double-barreled maiden name, Dudley-Williams, was artificially created. The family name was always just Williams till Gramps chsnged it.


    • Vicki 00:08 on July 9, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      No decent woman would use that kind of language. In a fit of temper a bit of strong languagr can burst out but to write a newspaper article you might think she could control herself.
      Her parents didn’t do a very good job of bringing her up!


    • Ned A 00:23 on July 9, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I wonder how she likes being on the receiving end.
      Give her hell, mate, she deserves no less after how she insulted old Ann..


    • Joan Hollings 03:06 on July 9, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Born into privilege, educated expensively, but she can’t express her opinions without descending to a level of vulgarity we might expect to hear from drunken yobs in a closing time brawl.
      Did she get her ‘journalist’ job through the private school ‘old girls network?’


  • ross1948 15:29 on May 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    New ‘Nazi’ Smear – Guardian Hits Gutter-Level Once Again! 

    You may have seen this Guardian report, or you may wish to open it and take note of how its content contradicts the headline’s implication.

    Brexit party MEP candidate praised use of Nazi slogan

    All I want to say, or rather ask, is -how much lower can the Guardian sink into the smear-mire?

    If you only saw the rotten Remainiac rag on a news-stand on your way to work, your immediate impression would without doubt be – OMG, a Brexiteer lauding Adolf!



    In fact, of course, that’s not the case at all.

    The candidate was not, repeat NOT, praising the Nazis.

    He was on the contrary praising a fellow MEP’s use of the slogan to goad and mock the arrogance of the Europhiliac German Socialist Martin Schulz…


    Liar Juncker just loves Europhiliac Schulz! 

    …a fanatical fan of the Fourth Reich, whose SPD party’s hostility to democratic practice and principles we’ve looked at before.

    Hitler’s SPD Heirs – ‘Media Must Gag Critics of Crimmigration!’ 


    HEIL MERKEL!   – The SPD’s pro-crimmigrant Maas

    ‘Himmler’ Maas Calls On Secret Police to Undermine Patriots! 


    Most readers will know all about the Nazi and Vichyite founding-fathers of the EUSSR, but some of you who are new to our pages can have a look at this-

    Spaak the Nazi

    Brussels’ Nazi Antecedents Exposed

    • …which gives the key quote that needs to be spread all over Europe, especially in the course of the current campaign, the wicked words of an evil old authoritarian, whose loathing of democracy was fundamental to his elitist ideology.

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    • “Europe’s nations should be guided towards the super-state without their people understanding what is happening. This can be accomplished by successive steps each disguised as having an economic purpose, but which will eventually and irreversibly lead to federation.”

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      • Jean Monnet, the supranationalist SOB whom all Euro-Commissars revere. 


    • But you won’t read that in the election leaflets distributed over the next few weeks by the ruling-class parties, or in the collabo media like the Guardian!

    • Vicki S 16:14 on May 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      The Guardian is a wild beast out of control.
      Talk about fake news!
      Gutter journalism is not an adequate description of this kind of smear.


    • Penny 16:20 on May 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      You need to take more sail-boat holidays Ross.
      Since you got back into your stride, I am relishing your blog delights even more than before.
      This is outstanding, the way you just expose what the Guardian is getting up to.


    • Jackie Porter 19:02 on May 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      What you have to say about that Guardian article is all true. The man they’re smearing was not expressing any sympathy at all for nazi slogans or nazi policies.
      He was, as you showed us, giving support to a colleague who used the slogan as an insult to Schulz the Socialist.
      Thank you for that information on the EU god-fathers.
      They were no friends to freedom.


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