Saturday, 7 November 2009

Class of '09


Photo by MissCM

Meanwhile, Quote of the Day from the former Deputy Mayor of London and all round Eco Loon, Jenny Jones regarding the Metropolitan Police:

"The Met simply does not get Climate change, and neither does the Mayor of London. They need a basic education in these issues before we all drown in our beds."


UPDATE: Anna Raccoon grabbed this from the House of Commons Ladies Loos. Classy.

UPDATE 2: Report of events from "The Register"

UPDATE 3: Be sure to watch us on Guy TV on Monday


Photo by MissCM

34 comments:

Stop Common Purpose said...

"before we all drown in our beds"

God, what a loony!

Rogerborg said...

Well, quite. Doesn't she know that the newly approved party line is "before all the puppies and kittens drown in their beds."?

By the way, I trust you and "MissCM" know that domain registration info is in the public domain?

Old Holborn said...

MissCM is a professional Pap. Her problem.

Anonymous said...

M'm as you say - obviously a classy lot in Westminster! Mind you was that notice in the visitors or the MPs? If the latter, does this mean you (if female or wearing drag) could hang around the loos until your least favourite female MP strolled in - give her a swift & heavy backhander & then be away on your toes before she recovers?

is it right for an oily cocksucker with a footlong of mossad romeo up the soilpipe to be president of the eu? said...

Honorable members are reminded not to deficate in, or around, the hand basins.

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Who's the old geezer at the back in the baseball cap?

And is that Anna Racoon in the Miss Marple hat far right?

Anonymous said...

Me & No

Jonny said...

Interesting that the sign behind you indicates distances in metres.

It's still the law of the land that we measure official distances in yards and miles.

Anonymous said...

Holbers, where's the Guidogram? You've put it up early the last few weeks. Though they've been deleted from your blog now.

Is WankStaines pulling your strings?

microdave said...

"MissCM is a professional Pap. Her problem."

And her site doesn't work at the moment...

The Grim Reaper said...

Disgusting. If our MPs can't even be trusted to look after their own hygiene, how can we trust them to look after the country?

Dick Puddlecote said...

You know, I've never noticed it before, but from that pic I'd say we are all related. See the subtle similarities?

Billy the Fish said...

Like the fact that the only flash of colour in the photo is the young lady whose gloves form a rather fetching 'V'.
Couldn't've framed it better myself...

g1lgam3sh said...

Nice one folks...if not now, when?, if not me, who?

Every little helps...thanks.

SO17 said...

Forget the Jam rags it's the Jazz Mags that are the problem.
I've found a few in the bogs at Parliament.
Saved me a fortune.

caesars wife said...

Look at this way OH if they ban fireworks and bonfires on eco grounds , then we will just have to spend the money on train tickets for your annual gathering , although Olde Holborn night doesnt quite feel the same

Anonymous said...

In fairness you can understand why they would not want the random excretions of a bunch of cunts to be dropped on the floor of the House of Commons.

It would be unfair competition for the other bunch of cunts....

Dead England said...

Labour traitors exposed in full tomorrow, bastards should be hung and their bodies left up to rot outside Westminster

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/politics/article6907991.ece

This is bigger than expenses

scunnert said...

Dick Puddlecote opines:

You know, I've never noticed it before, but from that pic I'd say we are all related. See the subtle similarities?"

Always knew you English were a bunch of inbred bastards.

Good photo BTW:0)

defender said...

OK OH,
time to park the ego.
If all you achieved is to take photos of the bog notice you have not done anything of note.
All in all, a disapointing effort.
I am sure you will agree that on this remembrance sunday your efforts on the 5th would be better forgotten.

Anonymous said...

All in all, a disapointing effort.

And what do you do ? SFA

bofl said...

defender-a lot of people travelled a long way and at great expense.....

where were you.........

nice to see all the negative comments-that is why these cocks gets away with their theft and treason-

about 30 people did SOMETHING!!!!

60 MILLION SAT IDLY BY WHILE THE SCUM BUY DUCK PONDS,MIRE US IN DEBT, COMMIT TREASON WITH THE RUSSIANS AND FLOOD THE COUNTRY WITH CRIMINAL IMMIGRANTS-

it is not our fault that everyone is asleep........all looking forward to the new Airstrip 1????????

Old Holborn said...

Now if I wanted to reach a readership in the hundreds of thousands plus every single MP, plus the entire main stream media and anyone who is anyone in Politics, I could write an anonymous comment on Old Holborns blog OR

I could make sure I was on this weeks Guy TV.

Run along now....

defender said...

where was I
whilst handing out leaflets on behalf of the BNP, I was standing my ground against the local uaf and their associates, plod, who thought I should not have the freedom to be on the high st..
None of this masked up visits to the bog for us, just barefaced defiance every day of the year somewhere in this country of ours.
The BNP, i can assure you, have never been asleep, we have been leading the fight against the scum long before you realised there was scum to fight. Now that you are awake, never forget that you were asleep until you got hit in the pocket.
I need no lessons from libertarians about standing up to the scum for the good of the British people.

Gendeau said...

I can't believe that I'm the first to comment here on your fame (but I can't see anyone else)

Police fail to dampen down bonfire night Westminster protest

Met backs down in face of massed ranks of Guy Fawkes

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/11/08/guy_fawkes_demo/

Okay, it isn't exactly MSM, but not bad going.

I'd love to see a thousands strong repeat of the walk

Gendeau said...

Officers responsible for Parliamentary security stayed calm this week, despite the unexpected arrival - on the 204th anniversary of an infamous plot to blow up the Houses of Parliament - of several dozen masked men and women dressed as Guy Fawkes.

Meanwhile, a distinct lack of instant response from the Met to what most passers-by might consider to be a demonstration, suggests that the bad press that they have received over the past few years from enforcing draconian rules on demonstrating in the vicinity of parliament has led them to conclude that discretion might be the better part of policing public order.

On Thursday afternoon, about three dozen individuals, kitted out as Guy Fawkes and wearing V for Vendetta masks, took a "stroll" down Whitehall.

As a token of their good intentions, they left a rose at the entrance to 10 Downing St, although police officers there refused to take it in – possibly on the grounds that it might conceal a deadly airborne nerve agent. They then stopped off at the Westminster Arms, before making their way en masse towards the principal public entrance to Parliament – St Stephen’s Gate.

They were definitely not led by an individual best known to the world as blogger aulde Holborne. He explained that he was merely "out for a walk", and suggested that he could in no way be held responsible if a number of his friends just happened to turn up wearing almost identical outfits (and masks).

Demetrius said...

Is that the right picture? It looks like the Lib Dems to me.

Gendeau said...

I think the bunch of people dressed in masks and wigs look like a more plausible 'next leadership' than the lib dums do.

These people are there to make a political point, what's the point of les dums?

Anonymous said...

Your readers might like this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IvxB8G11KQA

Anonymous said...

where was I ?
whilst handing out leaflets on behalf of the BNP

Exactly SFA !

Old Holborn said...

I am an attention-seeking cunt.

And I hate Jews.

And blacks.

And that fat poof Dale.

Old Holborn said...

Bless!

I've offended someone!

Who'd have thought it!

Anonymous said...

"There were no arrests, and no additional police intervention. This was despite the fact that one walker carried a placard that controversially informed the public that "Politicians know best"."

That must have been Charlie!

I am Stan said...

¨standing up to the scum for the good of the British people¨

Defender seeing as i am British and not scum I do not need you or the BNP deciding whats GOOD for me!

Hail Defender, he knows whats good for you.Just like all the others who know whats best for us.

Say Hello to the new boss...same as the old boss..

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