16 comments on “Self aware much then?

  1. That’s perfect Spudery. Perhaps a ‘William Penn’ or similar should drop by and advise him to take his own advice. He’ll delete it, of course; but consider what it does to his blood pressure.

  2. One only needs to take his very first sentence:
    “I am not usually inclined to engage with UKIP”
    Ah, but with the exception of our genial host – who makes a bloodsport of it & makes a point of declaring he’s no longer connected with the party – is there any recorded instance of someone from UKIP engaging with Murph? It does take two or more for an engagement.
    The pretentiousness of the cunt is singular.

  3. @ bis
    Among the scores of banned commentators, one might expect at least one to be among the 15% who voted UKIP.
    Of course, the banning reflects Murphy’s disinclination toenage with UKIP.

  4. “I recognise a name or two in the comments there already….”

    Yes. But, while we enjoy those oblique comments, the Spudster misses their irony and sarcasm. I want to make his blood boil.

    Meanwhile, the Murphatollah’s lack of self-awareness reminds me of:

    Matthew 7:3-5 King James Version
    3 And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother’s eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?
    4 Or how wilt thou say to thy brother, Let me pull out the mote out of thine eye; and, behold, a beam is in thine own eye?
    5 Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother’s eye.

  5. “Second, he needs to shut up until he has. Third, he needs to apologise when he realises how wrong he is.”

    The true fascist. I’ll stop you speaking ,make you shut up. And if you do dare speak I’ll force a public apology out of you so that others learn te lesson.

    What an nasty little fucker he is. He truly deserves to live life aline.

  6. I would imagine, John, that most people – including the cvnt himself – would take “engage with UKIP” as meaning the party. Not merely someone who might be inclined to vote that way. I suspect he’s trying to imply that he’s deigned to confront a spokesman during one of his many appearances on the State media channels. I’d further suspect that’s because the producers are fully aware said person would wipe the floor with him.

  7. Just on an admin point – I can’t see, in Tim’s original post, any link to the article he appears to be quoting. (In most of his OPs, I can.) What am I doing wrong?

  8. @Spiro

    Nowt wrong.

    This is one of those “if you want to find the article, you know where to look for it yourself” pieces. Our host will not link to certain sites, as is within his rights.

  9. @Spiro

    As it is still Christmas season, goodwill, etc

    Clue: h**p://www.taxresearch.org.uk/Blog/2016/12/29/paul-nuttall-needs-to-learn-some-basic-economics/

    HTH

  10. @ bis
    So Nuttall ceases to be a person when he is elected leader of UKIP? Yes, I can see that when you explain it to me.
    I’m just of the naive elderly who thinks people like Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn and Tim Farron are still people.

  11. I think we’d all agree, John, there’s a difference between people in the private & professional lives & when one – as the cvnt puts it -“engages” with people in their professional capacity, the dialogue is with both them & the organisation they represent. When one reads him, one does get the impression he truly believes there are powerful & influential people hanging on his every word.
    He does seem to have cornered the market in pomposity..

  12. @ bis
    Well, I suppose so, but in that case ad hominem insults such as “First he needs to learn some economics. Second, he needs to shut up until he has. Third, he needs to apologise when he realises how wrong he is.” are inappropriate.

  13. Incidentally, a comparison’s worthwhile.
    Anyone who follows the comments on our host’s blog will know that some pretty serious people show up from time to time. Tim does seem to have a wide & influential readership. I can’t say I’ve followed the cvnts with any loyalty, but the dizzy heights of his readership seem to be some Labour activist bint with her own Facebook page. The rest of them give off a hint of none too clean underwear & regular appointments at the Jobcentre.

  14. John, I think we could sum up with “the cvnt’s inappropriate” cut back on the word use. He really isn’t worth the expenditure of pixels.

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