Hmm, well

A backing singer for Joss Stone has accused Sir Richard Branson of ‘putting his face in her cleavage’ during a party at his luxurious Necker Island resort.
Antonia Jenae, 44, claims the Virgin boss made an ‘engine boat noise’ as the incident happened.

I know someone who vaguely knows Branson in private life. Well, sorta private life, F1 races, parties, that sort of thing.

His remark one day was that Branson seems to have a rather large and ever changing cast of nieces.

30 comments on “Hmm, well

  1. Who cares?

    Branson is a wealthy leftist, former(?) crook and Remainiac POS but despite that I’m not going to condemn him because he has an interest in the female body.

    And neither should any other sane person.

    Crudish horseplay between the sexes has always gone on and–hopefully if the species is to continue–always will. If a bit of a drunken Xmas-party style grope is the only thing the female in question has to complain about she will have got out of this life very lightly indeed.

    The fools here are rightists who think it is some sort of victory that lots of leftist males are guilty of the same non-events as other , non-leftist men.

    Yes “Look what hypocrites they are” may provide a very temporary high of pseudo-triumph. But please note the larger picture. Femmi-scum are having ordinary, everyday relations between the sexes criminalised. As someone on here said in six months it will be a sex crime to put your own hand on your knee . Marxist femmi-vermin care nothing about how many males out of their own gang get destroyed if their agender (geddit) of attacking and destroying the lives of ALL men is advanced.

    And by cheering on a silly song and dance non-leftist men are helping to do themselves in.

  2. That’s what I get for reading without my glasses. I was wondering about the mechanics of motorboating Ms Stone’s modest bosoms…

  3. Ecks you’re fucking nuts. If anyone did that to my wife or my daughters I would knock him the fuck out and when he was down I’d stamp on his face.

  4. Speaking of Remain, anybody know what’s going on with Brexit? Press coverage is abysmal wishcasting and spin, but I still don’t like the sound of agricultural quotas:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-42121442

    The Tories are about as useful as marzipan dildos, but it still takes a special type of fuckwittery to see Brexit as an opportunity to keep Australian and New Zealand food imports OUT of Britain.

  5. Mr. Ecks, consider Alinski’s Fourth Rule:
    “Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.“

    Guaranteed effective. And the schadenfreude is delicious.

  6. Interested said:
    “If anyone did that to my wife or my daughters I would knock him the fuck out”

    Better to teach your daughters not to accept invitations to Caribbean islands from people they barely know.

  7. It’s a pretty pass if women have to know everyone at every party they get invited to or accept blokes treating them like that. So I think I’ll stick with my plan while obviously advising my girls to continue to behave like ladies and expect men to behave like gentlemen. Some men always will need straightening out though

  8. So Interested, you follow your daughters–assuming they are adult women not kids–to parties/social events to deal out brutal violence to some (very likely ) drunk who pulls a dumb, ill-judged stunt? What is their opinion about your proposed course of action? You might–if of previous good character–get away with knocking the bloke down. But the face stamp? In what is left of this country?

    Lets hope you are as tough as you think you are before you get put it to the test defending your arsehole behind bars.

    The female concerned couldn’t even bring herself to say she was sexually assaulted saying “she felt like” she had been. Blowing a raspberry down her cleavage is stupid/childish stunt that an egoman like Branson would likely think amusing (esp if pissed) but it is not a serious attempt at a sexual attack. In front of a roomful of witnesses as well? Unless it is the only blow job he can cope with these days.

    I can see I’m wasting my efforts. Ok–enjoy the schadenfreude.

    Lets hope it doesn’t turn around on all of us.

  9. Then Google a picture of the current offended party, and ask yourself: why?

    I can’t see how he could have avoided them.

  10. @Gamecock:

    “Mr. Ecks, consider Alinski’s Fourth Rule:
    “Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.“”

    This.

    Plus the fact that Pickle-Dick is obviously no Donald Trump with the ladies. Sad!

  11. Branson’s PR people: ”Richard has no recollection of this matter and neither do his family and friends, who were with him at the time.”

    How can they know that? Have they asked every single person who was there? How can they even know who were there seven years ago?

  12. @Solid Steve 2: Squirrels of The Patriots, November 25, 2017 at 12:30 pm

    Speaking of Remain, anybody know what’s going on with Brexit? Press coverage is abysmal wishcasting and spin, but I still don’t like the sound of agricultural quotas:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-42121442

    The Tories are about as useful as marzipan dildos, but it still takes a special type of fuckwittery to see Brexit as an opportunity to keep Australian and New Zealand food imports OUT of Britain.

    I posted this a few days ago (some discussion followed) on http://www.bishop-hill.net/unthreaded

    EU:

    No Brexit deal if UK slashes taxes and regulation – Michel Barnier

    …Fears have been raised that the UK could slash taxes even further after Brexit to attract business and water down environmental standards to secure trade deals with other countries like the US.

    But as he addressed the Centre for European Reform in Brussels today, Mr Barnier sounded a note of caution to the UK.

    He said there was a “need to ensure a level playing field between us” in order to prevent Britain crashing out on World Trade Organisation terms when it leaves in March 2019.

    “There will be no ambitious partnership without common ground in fair competition, stat aid, tax dumping, food safety, social and environmental standards,” he explained.

    “It is not only about rules or laws. It is about societal choices – for health, food standards, our environment and financial stability.”

    Mr Barnier went on: “The UK has chosen to leave the EU. Does it want to stay close to the European model or does it want to gradually move away from it?…

    If this doesn’t rouse Prime Minister May to walk away from negotiations, nothing will.

    Barnier is demanding an EU veto over huge chunks of UK domestic policy.

    Not only did we not vote for this, we voted to get away from it and to reassert our independence.

    The government might be able to explain away stumping up tens of billions in exchange for a trade deal*, but no-one will buy this.

    The government must act for the British people and walk away immediately.

    .
    Q: “…[EU] financial stability”

    A: ROFL, there isn’t any.

    Q: “Does it [UK] want to stay close to the European model or does it want to gradually move away from it?”

    A: No. We must rapidly move away from it’s anti-progress economic model.

    .
    *EU has an £80 Billion pa Trade surplus with UK – EU should be paying UK for access.
    .
    .

    USA:

    The governor of Mississippi has slammed the European Union for trying to hold the United Kingdom to “ransom” and urged the Brits to stand up to Brussels.

    “It’s hard for Americans to grasp this. Apparently, Brussels still is trying to tell you, even after the vote by the people of Great Britain, that they’re going to decide what Great Britain will do,” said Governor Bryant.

    “Now there’s this talk of how much ransom you’re going to pay — and that’s kind of like what it is: ‘If you pay us enough you’re going to be able to leave.’

    “This is Great Britain, you don’t need their permission to do anything. That’s the way Americans look at it,” he said.

    Agree. PM May, listen to JRM, Dyson, Martin, Minford and stop pointless negotiation, leave now.

    .
    As for “Divorce bill”; EU has an £80 Billion pa Trade surplus with UK – EU should be paying UK for access.

  13. Pcar, you’re quite right. I never had any expectation that they would do anything which wasn’t designed, intentionally or otherwise, to screw us: we must be taught a lesson. And ‘they’ is Barnier and May.

    But I think they didn’t reckon on our willingness, which I admit surprised me, to not give a damn.

    So we’ll have to get on with being screwed, again, by the governing class.

    But then we’ll be Out and our decisions will be far more minutely concerned with what concerns us. It won’t be perfect. It’ll be slightly more responsive.

    And in the meantime, and throughout, the strategic goal must be to destroy the Tories: Labour is the open enemy, the Tories are Fifth Columnists whose adherents grease the wheels of their continued, partial electoral success.

  14. Branson’s PR people: ”Richard has no recollection of this matter and neither do his family and friends, who were with him at the time.”

    Well, Rolf Harris was convicted (overturned recently) on the evidence of a man who claimed to remember seeing him in Portsmouth on a particular day in 1969. Yes, more than 40 years ago. In a large city. On an exact date.

  15. ‘A backing singer for Joss Stone has accused Sir Richard Branson’

    Betcha she’s a FORMER backup singer.

  16. @pcar

    “tax dumping”

    Is that the derogatory term for “doing an Ireland” or “becoming more tax-competitive”?

    Bearing in mind there are EU members with low tax rates it seems a bit rich to say “we won’t give you a trade deal if you cut taxes”.

  17. @MBE

    Tax dumping – emulating Luxemburg’s J-C Junker by cutting VAT, corporation tax and other taxes; in EU not permissible in non Franco-German “regions”

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