Tuesday, 2 February 2010

In the Loop

Well done on the Oscar nomination, Armando. Thoroughly deserved, as life imitates Art.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Whatever your opinion of him might be, you can't deny that he's a thorn in the side of the Righteous.

This one is worth watching :

Nick Griffin EU Speech - Preparation of the Copenhagen summit on climate change debate

Anonymous said...

Best documentary?

Ampers said...

Not for me. I can't stand factual programs, I prefer to lose myself in fiction when I watch TV, That's why I watch Newsnight.

Ampersn

Anonymous said...

Don't ze juice run Hollywood, zionist bastards the lot of 'em, Ianucci look jooeesh.

George said...

Fictional political satire, the best programme idea and film spin-off ever been invented for TV. If everyone watched this and took notes, Parliament would not exist, or we could finally admit that the majority of the nation are robots, programmed by...

Anonymous said...

Hi OH. Just thought you might like to see this, but I bet you've already seen it?
The BBC will not seem to post this, but will when the Pope utters similar ideas of interfering in our State.
http://archbishop-cranmer.blogspot.com/2010/02/irans-supreme-leader-calls-on-british.html

selsey.steve said...

Fucking BRILLIANT clip!!

dross program said...

Never liked the show, someone cursing every two seconds gets old fast.

Yes prime minister was streets ahead of this pathectic dross, at least it wa funny and clever.

Anonymous said...

Talking of war - good to hear that Clare Short plunged the knife into Blair, Goldsmith etc today.

SO17 said...

'The thick of it' leadership special was brilliant as well.
As for swearing,Paddy Ashdown swore a lot when moaning to me about John Smiths driver always nicking his parking place in Speakers court.

woman on a raft said...

Yes prime minister was streets ahead of this pathectic dross, at least it was funny and clever.

Yes PM was from a gentler age when this gang were still junior lawyers, but that isn't the point.

The purpose of political satire is to expose the underlying dynamics, to tell the truth, regardless of whether you happen to be able to look on its ugly face or not.

This does.

Too many bilderbergers to mention said...

SO17 said...
'The thick of it' leadership special was brilliant as well.
As for swearing,Paddy Ashdown swore a lot when moaning to me about John Smiths driver always nicking his parking place in Speakers court.

3 February 2010 10:52

Would that be Paddy Assclown the Bilderberger who wanted us to be swallowed by the EU and adopt the Euro, just before they started giving him UN Jobs and whatever eles.

F*ck Paddy Assclown, no friend of the UK.

Also would that be John Smith the Labour leader who visited the bilderbergers, no doubt told them to get stuffed then had a `heart attack` at a young age, just before they gave the place to up and comming Bilderberger Phoney Bliar who was taken there by fat Ken.

What an evil web these bastards weave.

They couldn't give a f*ck about you.

ScotsToryB said...

I watched it and thought:so what?
That is what? It is not satire, it is not wit there is no thing at all that says that it is important.
2 actors swear at one another? Eh?
And you believe that means something?

Arse.

STB.

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