Permanently Bewildered and Racists14 Jul 2009 09:18 am
By Alex

Thanks to Peter. On the Iran kerfuffle:

Fence ourselves off from the middle east entirely. Let them live in their Murderous Islamic paradise, But leave us alone.
Stan, Billingsgate

Best vote BNP then, as they’ve pledged to build Britain a moat.

111 Responses to “Arsolationist”

  1. on 14 Jul 2009 at 9:55 am Bit Special AKA La Spesh

    Good grasp of Geography there, Stan. It’s a nightmare being located smack bang in the middle of all those Islamic states. Gawd, I wish we were an island or summat. But you’ve not gone far enough. I propose that the magical fairy bridge between Skegness and Atlantis be destroyed and that we shoot down any giant magical eagles entering our airspace from Middle Earth. That’ll learn ‘em. Learn ‘em GOOD.

    Sing along now, kids: We’ve been spending most our lives, living in a Murderous Islamic Paradise!

  2. on 14 Jul 2009 at 9:59 am Bit Special AKA La Spesh

    May I channel my inner 14-yr old and say ‘W00t! First!’? No? Arsecrack.

  3. on 14 Jul 2009 at 10:13 am Charles Exford, Oxton

    Very good, Stan. Now, once we’ve fenced off all those beastly Islamoids, where are we going to get our supplies of 710 from? And who are BAe Systems going to sell expensive jet fighters to?

  4. on 14 Jul 2009 at 10:14 am Ceannair

    La Spesh, there;s a dude (ok to say dude at my age ? Probably not!) and he practically wets himself if he gets first post on the 606 message boards.

    He doesn’t actually post anything – just waits for an article and posts “FIRST POST YEAH”.

    He scares me.

  5. on 14 Jul 2009 at 10:15 am necroflange

    Fences are much underrated option in foreign policy. If we’d only put up some close-board with concrete pilings around Nazi Germany, a lot of misery could have been avoided.

  6. on 14 Jul 2009 at 10:33 am alt-f4

    He doesn’t actually post anything – just waits for an article and posts “FIRST POST YEAH”.

    As he develops his skills further he will start posting one-word replies consisting of one of the following:

    “IBTL” (In Before / I Beat The Lock)
    Meaning: Dear moderator, I believe this thread is inappropriate although not strictly beyond the the terms of service. It should be locked.

    or

    “this” (preceded by a quotation from the thread in question)
    Meaning: The person I am quoting completely sums up everything that needs to be said on this topic and I fully agree. However, the thread does not necessarily need locking.

  7. on 14 Jul 2009 at 10:58 am Dr Feelgood

    Knowing many of you are avid Daily Mail fans, but not sure if any of you saw the rather disturbing (but lavishly illustrated) feature on Yemeni paedo execution?

    Looking at the comments, anyone exhibiting even a modicum of common sense or compassion is down-rated. These mad fucks actually want a medieval fundamentalist society with little legal due process and public executions.

    I expect Stan doesn’t want the “Murderous Islamic paradise” except for the murdering bit… and maybe the 0% income tax… and the Russian tarts in the bar at the Jumeirah Beach… stands to reason dunnit? Them ayatollahs don’t mess abaht do they?

  8. on 14 Jul 2009 at 11:00 am Bit Special AKA La Spesh

    @Ceannair – how old are you, then? Dude.

  9. on 14 Jul 2009 at 11:32 am Expert Scientist

    He means that we should sell ourselves on the black market to Iran right? All to fulfil his secret being-a-harem-girl fantasy.

  10. on 14 Jul 2009 at 11:32 am burnel

    A ‘murderous paradise’ intrigues me, is it better or worse than a paradisiacal hell?

  11. on 14 Jul 2009 at 11:33 am Oaf

    Best vote BNP then, as they’ve pledged to build Britain a moat.

    Don’t we already have one?

  12. on 14 Jul 2009 at 11:51 am millie

    Douglas Hogg has one, we just pay for it.

  13. on 14 Jul 2009 at 11:52 am Philbert

    @DrFeelgood

    Well, if they like Yemen so much, why don’t they etc. etc. etc.

  14. on 14 Jul 2009 at 12:13 pm Simon

    The bigotted little Daily Mailers must be terribly conflicted.

    Executing Paedophiles/Murderers: Good
    Muslims and Sharia Law: Bad

    Therefore:
    Muslims = Good AND
    Muslims = Bad

    Does not compute.

    Oh look, some Gypsies, let’s get ‘em. And relax.

  15. on 14 Jul 2009 at 12:16 pm barricades are us

    Fences are too flimsy surely.

    Why don’t they build a good solid wall, somewhere round Berlin possibly because that seems to be the line beyond which most of the suspect people live.

    It’s all’s Bliar’s fault for all that phoney standing shoulder-to-shoulder with George W which was all just a trick to stop the US rightfully nuking them all when they had the opportunity.

  16. on 14 Jul 2009 at 12:19 pm alt-f4

    These mad fucks actually want a medieval fundamentalist society with little legal due process and public executions.

    But it depends on how it’s presented to them. Yemen is (allegedly) an allay of the west, thus they may indeed have the right approach to child-rapists and murderers, and it is certainly a topic for debate.

    In order to garner support for the invasion of Afghanistan in 2001 a snuff-movie was repeatedly broadcast showing a very similar public execution, by throat-cutting.

    What was not mentioned in that case was that the condemned man had been found guilty of the rape and murder of two boys and the executioner was their uncle (in his legal capacity as guardian). Under the Taliban’s radical interpretation of shari’a executions could only be carried out by the next of kin, given court approval.

    The circumstances were identical, the presentation tailored to “fit the policy” as Tony bLiar might say.

    Such subtleties are, however, anathema to Daily Mail readers who just want to see anybody they are told to oppose slaughtered in the streets.

  17. on 14 Jul 2009 at 12:19 pm Simon

    Similarly:

    A sizable proportion of BNP activists are convicted criminals.
    BNP activists are Ingerlish.

    Does not compute.

    Oh, it’s just a liberal media conspiracy to undermine the EUSSR’s politically-correct Fascist overthrow of true Ingerlishes.

    PS: I’m sure it must have been mentioned here before, but has anyone noticed how Daily Mailers, HYSers, etc use the word “liberal” with it’s American (negative) connotation. It’s almost like they don’t have opinions of their own.

  18. on 14 Jul 2009 at 12:21 pm Simon

    “with *its* American”.

    Arse Biscuits!!!

  19. on 14 Jul 2009 at 12:22 pm Ceannair

    Do you think when these people watch cookery shows and the recipe asks for a “liberal” sprinkling of sugar, say, they explode in a frenzy of “LIBERAL ? GOd

  20. on 14 Jul 2009 at 12:23 pm Ceannair

    Arsecakes – pressed enter too effing early!

    as you were…

    ….. GOD DAMN LIBERAL PINKO CHEF. MAWM, MAKE SURE YOU PUT A GOOD FREEDOM LOVING GOD FEARING YANKEE DOLLOP OF SUGAR”.

  21. on 14 Jul 2009 at 12:38 pm That Bloke in the corner

    The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.

    What? the mail not condoning stoning, beheading and instant death for these wheelie bin stealing forrin peado’s-what is this liberal leftybbclovingnuliabore country coming to?

  22. on 14 Jul 2009 at 12:41 pm Simon

    Fence ourselves off from the middle east entirely

    How would that work then, Stan?
    Some kind of manned border around Europe, but not the kind of border that would stop or even hinder you from inflicting your terrible self on the locals in Torremolinos? Imagine that! Nearly perfect …
    Or, better still, add some kind of physical barrier between Ingerland and the rest of the world. I know! 20-30 miles of water. How does that sound.

  23. on 14 Jul 2009 at 12:46 pm That Bloke in the corner

    Actually, you have to hand it to these Yemeni johnnies, they do seem to believe in justice being seen to be done. Perhaps we should adopt the same principal and have the Mail photographing our paedos doing their community service? Yeah paint that old ladies fence Paedo while we photograph you-you’ll get yours for all to see.

  24. on 14 Jul 2009 at 1:09 pm Neil Craig

    Seems Alex hasn’t spotted Britain has a moat.

    Guess that puts Stan ahead in the branes dept.

  25. on 14 Jul 2009 at 1:19 pm Paranoid Mandroid

    Hold the phone! I’ve just checked on an atlas and it turns out Neil is right! Britain does already have a moat!

    Jesus, if Alex can be wrong about something like that, what else has he got wrong…

  26. on 14 Jul 2009 at 1:21 pm Expert Scientist

    [blockquote]Seems Alex hasn’t spotted Britain has a moat.

    Guess that puts Stan ahead in the branes dept.[/blockquote]

    The irony is lost on some people I guess.

  27. on 14 Jul 2009 at 1:22 pm Nelson

    Hahaha! Good spot Neil! Perhaps you could help me out with something that’s been bugging me for a while? I saw this horse walk into a bar the other day and the barman said to it “why the long face?”. But the horse didn’t look particularly sad to me and I’m really unsure how the barman determined its mood. Can you help?

  28. on 14 Jul 2009 at 1:27 pm Dolly's evil nemesis

    It’s all very well to talk about building a fence but who will maintain it? We’ll need lots of white (yeah!) paint and eventually bits will crumble off and then the hinges will start to squeak and the gate won’t quite close properly any more because of that weird thing the bin men do with it, then the postie will be all pissed off because of the dog. And then it goes all horrid and rattly and frankly it’s just annoying.

    For the sake of our children and our once-great nation I wish people would just think things through a bit more. I know I certainly would.

    If I’m right.

  29. on 14 Jul 2009 at 1:29 pm Bilko

    Fences are a bit cost-prohibitive, what with the drives to-and-from B&Q and the cost of Cuprinol, etc. But has he considered leylandii hedging? I’d say a border of leylandii stretching from North Africa to the Black Sea ought to do it.

  30. on 14 Jul 2009 at 1:47 pm Simon

    I’d say a border of leylandii stretching from North Africa to the Black Sea ought to do it.

    How about some sort of desert?

  31. on 14 Jul 2009 at 1:54 pm Red Andy

    Well, if penning in all the nasty Muslim types by means of a big fence worked for Ariel Sharon, it might work for the UK….

  32. on 14 Jul 2009 at 2:13 pm Dr Feelgood

    If I was one of our Yemeni ‘allies’ I’d build a bloody great fence to the Daily Mailites out…

    Oh, the Saudis have beaten them to it: Fencing the Kingdom: EADS Lands Huge Saudi Border Deal.

    For Stan’s fence, I expect UK couldn’t afford EADS, perhaps Safestyle could do a BOGOF for us?

  33. on 14 Jul 2009 at 2:19 pm Sandra

    But what will we do without the oil?

  34. on 14 Jul 2009 at 2:29 pm alt-f4

    But what will we do without the oil?

    Close the channel tunnel to traffic – which will have to done anyway to prevent the muslim invasion – then extend the tunnel all the way into the oil fields and use it to pump out their, I mean our, oil.

  35. on 14 Jul 2009 at 2:45 pm Oaf

    eventually bits will crumble off and then the hinges will start to squeak and the gate won’t quite close properly any more

    A gate will not be ncessary!

  36. on 14 Jul 2009 at 2:45 pm Oaf

    Or necessary.

  37. on 14 Jul 2009 at 2:48 pm framlington

    Don’t spend ££££££s on expensive fencing round the middle east. Think “smart”. Buy the new Fensurround© from Ronco. Surround yourself with your own portable fence. Comes with comfort fit braces. Wear it anywhere – on the beach; at the restaurant; at the match. Safe in the sure knowledge that no forrins will invade your personal space. *

    * Not tested against nukes or swineflu.

  38. on 14 Jul 2009 at 3:00 pm millie

    @ Nelson

    But the horse didn’t look particularly sad to me

    He was though, he was just masking the pain with malt whiskey.

  39. on 14 Jul 2009 at 3:26 pm pigfrottage

    I reckon everyone should be wiped out by a flood so we can start again….

    Hold on, haven’t we already tried that?

    We could be less paranoid. That might work…

  40. on 14 Jul 2009 at 3:30 pm scoshi

    @pigfrottage

    “We could be less paranoid. That might work…”

    That’s easy for you to say, I emailed a friend the other day and 40 minutes later, I had an email from a casino offering me a $5000 sign up bonus.

    Coincidence?

  41. on 14 Jul 2009 at 3:30 pm That Bloke in the corner

    Why not use chicken wire, nice and tall so they can’t climb over, but with lots of convenient holes to stick the muzzle of a rifle through, thus allowing the terrorists their sport and ZaNu-Nuliabore to carry on spending shit loads on ridiculous anti terror schemes and laws, and Nick Griffin and his chums can parade up and down in front of them shouting “ya-boo sucks you can’t get us”, without getting hurt-evryone is happy

  42. on 14 Jul 2009 at 3:42 pm Dr Miles

    What if we build the fence but then they learn to fly? Mohammed did it, praise his name.

  43. on 14 Jul 2009 at 3:49 pm That Bloke in the corner

    @Dr Miles, simple, a load of that green net stuff the gardeners use to keep the birds off,all over the country, I’d like to see the flying raghead that could get past good old British garden netting

  44. on 14 Jul 2009 at 3:55 pm Oaf

    And we could hang old CDs from it to frighten them away.

  45. on 14 Jul 2009 at 4:20 pm Set your faces to stunned

    I am a Londoner (stop throwing things) and I would be very interested to learn where Billingsgate is in our great metropolis. Does he live in the Market?

    Far as I know, it’s a market that has moved from Lower Thames Street (now nice corporate entertaining area thanksvery much) to shitty Stratford.

    He is a Bonobo’s front bottom.

  46. on 14 Jul 2009 at 5:22 pm Bit Special AKA La Spesh

    This talk of fences is all very well but where will we find sufficient manpower to construct them and deal with the ongoing upkeep? Hmm, what did we do in the 1950s when there weren’t enough people to do the shittest but most essential jobs?

  47. on 14 Jul 2009 at 5:28 pm tłumacz

    Here you go, …Stunned. Not from London originally, then?

    http://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/NR/rdonlyres/4E0B0744-577E-4E5F-A5F4-25E3B6DC5F09/0/billingsgate.jpg

  48. on 14 Jul 2009 at 5:50 pm That Bloke in the corner

    @Bit Special AKA La Spesh, I see where you are coming from, but perhaps we can import nice Australians seeing has how we exported all our folk in the fifties-we could have the ten pound Aussies, mind you most of them are already here and working in London pubs.

  49. on 14 Jul 2009 at 6:11 pm Bit Special AKA La Spesh

    @That Bloke ITC – but I wouldn’t feel as superior to – and therefore able to blame all my problems on – Australians as I would do proper dark immygrunt forrins…

  50. on 14 Jul 2009 at 6:33 pm alt-f4

    The problem with trying to build a moat, as I’m sure Neil Craig has realised, is that Britain (not UK) is an island. The bvious solution then is to drain the seas around Britain first, lay down a reinforced concrete bedding 3 meters, sorry 3 yards thick and 100 yards wide all the way around the island. Then build 10 yard high walls on either side of the bedding to form a channel 100 yards wide and 10 yards high all around the former coastline. Once built it can be filled with water and voila, a moat!

  51. on 14 Jul 2009 at 7:00 pm ligne

    i’m glad the daily mail allow you to increase the size of those pictures, so you can get a better look. i’d be horrible to have to toss off to *undersized* images of a peedo having his head blown apart by an AK-47.

  52. on 14 Jul 2009 at 7:14 pm Nick Griffin

    He was given the death penalty by a Yemeni court a month later after apparently admitting his crime.

    If he was in fact innocent, justice has still been served in a way since it will deter the real murderer from ever killing again.

  53. on 14 Jul 2009 at 9:12 pm That Bloke in the corner

    @Bit Special AKA La Spesh, South Africans then, they are still part of the Commonwealth are’nt they? and I hear they have Black people there who understand Ingerlish, so they will know that we are blaming them for everything, we don’t wan to encourage any forrin Johnny from Bongo Bongo land if they don’t understand the lingo dontchaknow.

  54. on 14 Jul 2009 at 9:29 pm Dumbest

    The Daily Mail quoting Amnesty International to reinforce their readers hatred of all things foreign is wonderfully ironic.

  55. on 14 Jul 2009 at 9:41 pm Bit Special AKA La Spesh

    @That Bloke ITC – good point. What’s the point in looking down on your scapegoats if they don’t even understand your pathetic, misplaced disdain? Plus, they’ll be used to apartheid, so frankly, they will be grateful for anything we give ‘em. As well they should. If he’d wanted everyone to be equal, Jesus wouldn’t have been white.

    PS Don’t want any of the AID-sy ones, mind.

  56. on 14 Jul 2009 at 10:32 pm Col. HPWStJ Featherstonehaugh (Ret'd.)

    Fence? FENCE?!

    Tried that back in 1923 when the Hottentots staged a coup on the 43rd batallion’s rations locker. Fifty of the troop’s finest, all strung out in a line, no man shall pass!

    Didn’t keep the buggers out though, tunnelled under it, every man of ‘em. Next time: razor wire burried to a depth of three feet, a comprehensive mine ring and a good 50,000 volts through it. Huzzah!

  57. on 15 Jul 2009 at 12:00 am Makhno

    > and Nick Griffin and his chums can parade up and down in front of them shouting “ya-boo sucks you can’t get us”, without getting hurt-evryone is happy

    They don’t get hurt? I’m not happy.

  58. on 15 Jul 2009 at 9:10 am fucko the clown

    if Britain has a moat, then the Isle of Wight is our duck island:)

  59. on 15 Jul 2009 at 12:52 pm Charles Exford, Oxton

    Well, if they like Yemen so much, why don’t they etc. etc. etc.

    Duly posted to Mail’s comments section. I bet those pinko libruls censor it…

  60. on 15 Jul 2009 at 1:01 pm Charles Exford, Oxton

    I am a Londoner (stop throwing things) and I would be very interested to learn where Billingsgate is in our great metropolis. Does he live in the Market?

    Far as I know, it’s a market that has moved from Lower Thames Street (now nice corporate entertaining area thanks very much) to shitty Stratford.

    Spitalfields moved to Stratford – Billingsgate is now in Fucklands, er, Docklands. And I bet Stan smells as fishy as a salmon’s snatch.

  61. on 15 Jul 2009 at 1:48 pm Neil Craig

    Certainly Nelson.

    You have mistaken a stable for a pub.
    Steer clear of the lager – its piss.

  62. on 15 Jul 2009 at 4:43 pm Ugly Newt

    Has anybody followed Neil’s link back to his own site today? It looks like we(tinw)’ve found another one.

  63. on 15 Jul 2009 at 5:29 pm Kelvin

    Good Lord Neil, if you SHOUTED A BIT MORE in your headers it might make your entire site mercifully unreadable.

  64. on 15 Jul 2009 at 5:32 pm random punter

    Neil says:
    “..my replies have been overwhelmingly censored.”
    Nelson is bad. Could have just censored them whelmingly, but had to push the boundaries. Typical.

    (I’m not a Hooray Henry who works for the BBC, so I guess I’ll just be ignored. Or censored. Or get a text message.)

  65. on 15 Jul 2009 at 7:41 pm 'ooray 'enry.

    Who’s ‘e bleedin’ callin’ an’ooray f’kin’ ‘enry? F’kin’ wankah.

  66. on 15 Jul 2009 at 7:54 pm dom Kaos

    Oh bless you, Neil: all that puffing and panting on your own little blog, and only two of your rants have attracted any comments. And several of those comments are by you. Have you ever perhaps entertained the possibility that nobody actually gives a tinker’s toss about your opinions?

  67. on 15 Jul 2009 at 8:03 pm dom Kaos

    Oh. I’ve just noticed that among your favourite books are a “non-fiction” one suggesting humans can survive the current socioeconomic crisis by going to live on Mars and Venus, and some comics – including “The Dark Knight Retruns” (sic).
    Either you’re thirteen years old or the whole blog’s an elaborate trolling exercise. I hope.

  68. on 15 Jul 2009 at 8:34 pm random punter

    I think he needs to be treated with caution; according to his profile he’s moved on from selling SF to selling SG. Next it’ll be SH, if I’m not mistaken. If he gets to SY, we’re all fucked.

    Or perhaps he has fat fingers from eating too many deep-fried Mars bars. Or Venus bars.

  69. on 15 Jul 2009 at 8:37 pm random punter

    http://9percentgrowth.blogspot.com/2007/04/candidates-personal-statement-neil.html

    ….and he’s an evil-looking fucker as well.

  70. on 15 Jul 2009 at 8:44 pm Mesostim

    Let’s be gracious guys… I for one welcome Neil.

    Neil… good to see you here… bet it’s nice to post on a successful blog for once hey :)

  71. on 15 Jul 2009 at 10:05 pm Bit Special AKA La Spesh

    I checked out random punter’s link and was surprised to see that Neil is divorced.

  72. on 15 Jul 2009 at 10:50 pm dom Kaos

    I managed to read as far as “In 2001 as a Lib Dem I pushed through a motion…” and then the image of him sitting there, red-faced and straining, put me right off my quails’ eggs. I had to get Jeeves to fan me with a copy of Horse and Hound.

  73. on 15 Jul 2009 at 10:52 pm Mesostim

    individuals are more creative than states, armies or classes

    Slogan

    it is better to stand for what you believe in than to win for what you don’t

    Slogan

    I also learned the importance of clear & logical thought rather than sloganising

    Epic fail

    And what is it with the Palin woman… ?

  74. on 16 Jul 2009 at 9:29 am Throbbe

    Later in 2001 I spoke at conference against the leadership’s motion to absolutely reject nuclear power. At that time Mr Blair was also opposed to nuclear electricity but has since followed my lead

    actual real life lol.

  75. on 16 Jul 2009 at 10:20 am Pirate Pete

    He doesn’t look evil, he looks like he’s made from plasticine, and I don’t like the look of that rosette. If I’m right

  76. on 16 Jul 2009 at 1:18 pm Kelvin

    Sneak preview of Neil’s next post.

  77. on 16 Jul 2009 at 1:34 pm Dolly's evil nemesis

    censorship

    Yes. I wrote something really funny about the moat and it just VANISHED, almost as if I had pressed the wrong key or something, but this is how people like Nelson cover their tracks, the shifty lefty swine.

    I will never be that witty again. It’s like someone left a cake out in the rain and it took so long to bake it. To be honest I don’t know if I will ever have that recipe again, I think it was one of Nigella’s. You couldn’t make it up.

    I am still waiting for the backup CD by the way Nelson. Buck your ideas up laddie or face Administrator Recall.

    If I’m right.

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  78. on 16 Jul 2009 at 1:35 pm Dolly's evil nemesis

    oh poopie plops. Really. Dammit.

  79. on 16 Jul 2009 at 2:22 pm Nelson

    Hahahahaha.. he has a Branes blogpost.

    I just posted this. Let’s see if it gets underwhelmingly censored.


    Speak You’re Branes very own Nelson here.

    When I read a few quotes from my site in your post I assumed you’d visited the site and then copied and pasted them.

    Is this hopelessly naive of me? Should I assume that you work for my ISP? Or fabricate some other paranoid bullshit to explain how content from one part of the web can possibly have ended up in another???

    I’m not going to risk leaving it there. I have the idea, from your hilariously obtuse misreading of Alex’s joke the other day, that you’re going to misunderstand me unless I spell it out, very clearly, as if to an idiot:

    1) I don’t work for the BBC and never have.
    2) I just cut n paste the comments from the HYS site, like anyone else in the world could
    3) I’m just some random bloke from Nottingham who thinks the HYS crap is funny.

    Basically, Norman’s right and you’re badly wrong on every count (I’m guessing this has happened to you before?). There’s no conspiracy. You’re just a bit of a self-important twat, getting your knickers in a twist over something completely imaginary. All kinds of people from all kinds of different places are going to find that amusing.

    Jah bless.

    Nelson

    ps. And nobody’s censoring anything you post on SYB (overwhelmingly or not). Seriously, I wouldn’t, I love it when you people turn up.

  80. on 16 Jul 2009 at 2:22 pm Kelvin

    So many of the HYS escapees who find SYB bleat about being censored, which astonishes me for several reasons.

    First, why would be want to censor the hilarity that always ensures? It’s easily the best thing on here. I lay awake at night praying to a God I don’t believe in (because I am lefty liberal homosexual treehugging socialist) praying that one day Topsy Turvy will discover us and pompously attempt to defend his own honour.

    Second, if we’re not actually censoring anything, the HYS knobs must be trying to claim that they said something really really clever and we’ve censored it to make them look stupid. Which is a roundabout way of admitting that even they know what they post is complete arsedribble.

  81. on 16 Jul 2009 at 2:39 pm Nelson

    I thought the opposite. I think he types something obtuse and rubbish and then walks away smugly imagining that he said something brilliant and witty.

    The accusation of censorship arises when he returns, sober, to find that the comment he left has gone bollocks.

  82. on 16 Jul 2009 at 3:07 pm Dolly's evil nemesis

    Ha CAUGHT YOU NELSON YOU SWINE.

    Nelson called Neil Craig “lad” just INTERNET MINUTES after I called Nelson “laddie”. THIS PROVES IT. Nelson is copying everything from here, to there, and he censors the internet, and has access to everything.

    If I’m right.

    And I think you JOLLY WELL know that I am. Laddie.

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  83. on 16 Jul 2009 at 3:18 pm Dolly's evil nemesis

    omg omg this is so exciting, it’s like a metaweb web war internet sociology diploma (yeah I washed out of the master’s, so?) thing and there’s like realtime activity and accusations and counteraccusations. I am so happy I could do a little dance.

    I SAY STOP PUSSYFOOTING AROUND AND HAVE IT OUT RIGHT HERE RIGHT NOW in Cyberspace(tm) With Laser Swords. Yeah. But not if you are really each other’s Dad and you were nice before you turned to the Dark Side or anything, that would just be poo.

    Fight Fight Fight Internet Fight Now!

    Black helicopters and Speshal Opps yeah!

    If I’m right.

    (Notice: the absence of a copyright notice does not mean that this submission is not copyrighted. And I still want my archive CD though clearly it might have to wait till your hand has grown back. Yeah.)

  84. on 16 Jul 2009 at 3:25 pm pigfrottage

    This is all getting a bit worrying. I live in Nottingham, as, it would seem, does Nelson. From what I gather, Bit Special AKA La Spesh ™, is from around there too.

    However, Neil Craig is from the distended colon of a scrofulus skunk.

  85. on 16 Jul 2009 at 3:38 pm Dolly's evil nemesis

    Nottingham Frottingham I say to you Sir!

  86. on 16 Jul 2009 at 4:16 pm Nelson

    Well, I’m gonna leave it there. I dunno if he’s going to publish my last comment… but I realised I’ve ended up laughing at someone who’s a bit ill. Again. Bad karma.

  87. on 16 Jul 2009 at 4:21 pm pigfrottage

    Dolly’s evil nemesis
    :)

  88. on 16 Jul 2009 at 4:29 pm Mesostim

    I just don’t understand why he thinks the Palin woman is so great… she’s a credulous buffoon!!!

  89. on 16 Jul 2009 at 4:52 pm Ed

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    It’s the Copyrights, Designs and Patents Act 1988. You’re welcome. Oh, and under that Act, which gives the force of UK law to the 1887 Berne Convention, your copyright exists automatically under s153 of the Act without having to assert it, if you are a British (etc) citizen.

  90. on 16 Jul 2009 at 4:56 pm Ed

    Posted this, it’s not shown up. Is this HYS MOD CENSORSHIP? I’ll put it here without the hyperlinks in case that’s why.

    All content (c) Copyright 2009 Dolly’s Evil Nemesis. All rights reserved. Toutes droites reservees. Alle Rechte vorbehalten. Dolly’s Evil Nemesis has asserted their right pursuant to s.77 DPA Act 1988 to be identified as the author of this work. Hands off evil BBC mods, I defect my right to Free Spech.

    It’s the Copyrights, Designs and Patents Act 1988. You’re welcome. Oh, and under that Act, which gives the force of UK law to the 1887 Berne Convention, your copyright exists automatically under s153 of the Act without having to assert it, if you are a British (etc) citizen.

  91. on 16 Jul 2009 at 5:00 pm dom Kaos

    I just don’t understand why he thinks the Palin woman is so great… she’s a credulous buffoon!!!

    Yeah, because all the other stuff on his blog is entirely rational. Especially the bit about him moving to the “2nd British Isles L5 Space Settlement” in 2023.

  92. on 16 Jul 2009 at 5:00 pm Ed

    God dammit! And I reloaded lots of times to “make sure” it wasn’t there. Damn computers.

  93. on 16 Jul 2009 at 5:02 pm Ed

    Also, the “Massive Rhys” article showed in my RSS feed with “[...]” again. And unlike last time, it’s still showing that way in my “view all items”, and in the raw RSS feed using a perl script. Something to do with the feed configuration settings?

  94. on 16 Jul 2009 at 5:15 pm Ed

    Further to the above, all of the other items in the SYB feed are now showing as title only, even though previously they showed the whole article.

  95. on 16 Jul 2009 at 5:15 pm Dolly's evil nemesis

    CPA, DPA, as long as I love my Mum.

    And the repetition is Gard’s punishment on you for being a smartypants. And the repetition is Gard’s punishment on you for being a smartypants.

    PS I *liked* asserting it. It made me feel important while ranting on the Interwebnetworkers. Your putdown is the webnets equivalent of strangling a tiny fluffy kitten with big adoring eyes. Kitten-strangler. I shall never forgive you. Never never never. Never. Would you like a cup of tea? Oh damn.

  96. on 16 Jul 2009 at 5:17 pm Ed

    I posted this on the comments on Neil’s SYB article following Nelson’s comment:

    Oh Neil. You really are a self-important, pompous windbag. Tell us on here what you said that was removed on Nelson’s blog.

    Let’s see if he does.

  97. on 16 Jul 2009 at 5:18 pm Ed

    @Dolly’s evil nemesis

    Tea? Do you have strangled-kitten blend?

  98. on 16 Jul 2009 at 5:21 pm Kelvin

    I like the way that after all his bleating about censorship Neil has now enabled comment moderation on his blog so he can, er, choose what comments to censor.

  99. on 16 Jul 2009 at 5:54 pm Neil Craig

    He did Ed. Kelvin I take it you have never been involved in blogging or you would know that anybody who doesn’t have some gate on their blog gets loaded up with comments selling Florida beachfront, viagra & blowjobs from BBC talent. That & people who swear & don’t actually make a point are the only ones I delete.

    Incidentally Stan is still ahead on points (no counter points having been made) & his solution of not attacking the Middle East seems, on the surface of it, considerably more liberal than our government (& therefore media approved) one of attacking them.

  100. on 16 Jul 2009 at 6:08 pm Mesostim

    Goodness Neil… I took it as unworkable racist tosh. Guess that’s where the moat joke floated over a few heads hey?

  101. on 16 Jul 2009 at 6:24 pm Kelvin

    He did Ed. Kelvin I take it you have never been involved in blogging

    Yep, never done any blogging whatsoever. Complete neophyte at it, me.

  102. on 16 Jul 2009 at 6:29 pm Kelvin

    I do this thing sometimes where I’m so eager to take the piss out of the first stupid thing someone says that I miss the far more stupid thing that they’ve said later in their post.

    So the policy of attacking the Middle East is media-approved? Must be some other BBC that lost its Director General and a chunk of its editorial independence over the Today show report where they questioned the authenticity of the dossier which was used as justification for war. Unless “questioning the reasons for going to war in a tone that strongly suggests it was made up to justify the political aims of the Neocons” is somehow now toeing the party line?

    Also, can you clarify: “People who don’t make a point” – did you deliberately leave off “that agrees with mine” or was it a typo?

  103. on 16 Jul 2009 at 8:32 pm alt-f4

    Nice raid guys. Sorry I missed it. Yarrrr…

  104. on 17 Jul 2009 at 10:20 am pigfrottage

    I also posted on the comments on Neil’s SYB article following Nelson’s comment

    Only to receive:

    “Your comment has been saved and will be visible after blog owner approval. ”

    Irony. He must suffer the ineffectual, silent, inconsequential wrath of the pigfrottage. Or I’ll ignore him. One of those…

    I’m only slightly sad as I think I spelled something wrong on the comment. Help me @Bit Special, what should I do? drowning myself in pineapple juice seems a worthy option.

  105. on 17 Jul 2009 at 10:28 am Kelvin

    I’m disappointed, I thought Neil Craig was in favour of freedom of speech and lack of censorship but he seems to have decided that my post discussing rail privatisation was just too mind-blowingly radical to unleash on his millions of avid readers. I think he might be a bit of a hypocrite.

    I mean, it might be my choice of homosexual fellatio as a metaphor, but as Gobbler The Oral Sex Alsatian would agree, we wouldn’t censor such insightful political arguments here. I think it was Voltaire who said, “I disagree with your frenulum-licking technique but I will defend to the death your right to describe it in minute detail on my blog.”

  106. on 17 Jul 2009 at 12:05 pm Neil Craig

    Well done Kelvin – you have indeed proven that I will not publish your obscene homesexual fantasies, as I said.

    I guess you have entirely proven the standards to which the branes people aspire. Stan is looking better.

    Incidentally Strangely enough the person who first mentione the Branes site to me, Sectariat, said of may apparent censorship “it sounds like they’ve given you the same treatment they gave me”. You can see it here http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/theeditors/2009/07/newnights_politics_pen.html

    This would be a quite remarkable happenstance if there was no censorship.

  107. on 17 Jul 2009 at 12:22 pm Kelvin

    Well done Kelvin – you have indeed proven that I will not publish your obscene homesexual fantasies, as I said.

    But that is my point, dearest pulsating Neil. You are making a value judgement on the content that is posted on your blog, and selecting only those posts which you deem of value. So while you rail against perceived censorship on here, you’re actually censoring comments on your own blog. Can you see why that would make you a hypocrite, as I said in my post that you judge worthless? The point of free speech, tumescent Neil, is that you support it regardless of whether you agree with it or not, whether it offends you or not.

    Incidentally Strangely enough the person who first mentione the Branes site to me, Sectariat, said of may apparent censorship “it sounds like they’ve given you the same treatment they gave me”.

    You know, if I were Secretariat I’d question how you can think you understand what I’m saying when you consistently spell my fucking name wrong even though it’s in the dictionary. And when I stopped doing that I’d explain that what I meant was, “I went to SYB to tell them they were nasty meanies and they relentlessly took the piss out of me until I ran away crying” which is, I believe, precisely what we’re in the process of doing to you.

    Now whip ‘em off, I’m dying for a throating.

  108. on 17 Jul 2009 at 6:46 pm Grov

    Homesexual?

    No, never mind.

  109. on 17 Jul 2009 at 8:45 pm Ed

    This is pure gold. No, diamond. No, something even more valuable.

  110. on 18 Jul 2009 at 5:04 am swift

    Ah how delightful, submissions will no longer be required, they’re shovelling the shit down our eager maws themselves now.

    Following neilninepercent’s link above I stumble upon such gems as…

    Must be an overwhelming majority of uninteligent people out there then Pete. Perhaps instead of bluster you could have tried to give us some factual explantion …

    Explan the uninteligents!

    and

    How interesting Sectariat – an entire blog dedicated to rubbishing comments on BBC after they have been removed from the public view.

    So I assume it is run by BBC employees or whoever the BBC allow free run of their private records to.

    Ah yes, nowt to do with mocking the fuckwits of various habitats here, just a cabal of Beeb insiders going public with our mockery. Just. Because. We CAN.

    Incidentally I seem to have made such a stir among your Speak your Branes pals that they have felt it necessary to censor all but 1 of my comments, though not censoring their own replies ;-)

    And yet I can read at least 4 of said numpty’s comments in this very thread.* Yay! I must’ve been covertly accepted into the conspiracy and had the SYB-SeeAll plugin invisibly installed.

    *Meanwhile Mr Kettle refuses many posts from Ms Pot at home. Just say No!

  111. on 18 Jul 2009 at 9:51 am Kelvin

    All but one of his comments censored? Christ knows what the senile old tagnut things he’s on about now. There must be thirty of them spackleshot across about five threads.