Green ink

I get a letter:

Brexit No Deal No food

You made a short appearance this and proved that you are a supremely ignorant stupid bastard

It would be much better if you remained silent

Please do….try making an honest living

Hugh Cooke

They’re not in green ink any more but the same old letters still happen.

33 comments on “Green ink

  1. Male pop stars get used panties from young females, Tim gets abusive letters in green ink. Ah, the trials of an writer on economics

  2. Gosh, unkind words that must be awful I haven`t heard that sort of language since ..well about ten minutes ago.

    Joe , Cox was was shot three times — once near the head — and stabbed multiple times. A 77-year-old local man, Bernard Kenny, was stabbed in the stomach while trying to fend off her attacker.
    Thomas Mair,shouted “Britain first” as he carried out the attack.”

    Contrast and compare

  3. Newmania

    So there are 17.4 million Thomas Mair’s out there? Best stop trying to delay the inevitable rupture then?

    Did you used to post under another identity here? What are your opinions on Money Creation in the modern economy and the desirability of a Land Value Tax? Do you live in the Channel Islands?

  4. Van Patten …Much as I detest Brexit and all its infernal acolytes even I do not think they are murderous psychotics.
    Brexit voters are neither violent or not Fascistic – oh god no its all much duller than that
    Fascism venerated action youth modernity and man as a hero. Brexit venerates peering out of your bungalow quietly hating the fact anyone else is enjoying themselves before hurrying back to the lavvy with the Daily Mail. …

  5. “Joe , Cox was was shot three times — once near the head”

    How near? It must be important since you mentioned it. “Shot three times” would have been enough for most people, after all we know she died.

    Many of us also know she was Jo Cox and not a bloke called Joe Cox.

    So is the yardstick for abuse now set at being shot three times (once near the head) and being stabbed multiple times? Any abuse less than that is compared to the shot/stabbed ometer and dismissed if it doesn’t pass muster?

    I don’t even think that Tim was complaining. If he’d said “this letter I received is worse than being shot three times (once near the head) and stabbed multiple times” I could see merit it your riposte.

    But he didn’t and your post smacks of desperation.

  6. @Newmania “Brexit venerates peering out of your bungalow quietly hating the fact anyone else is enjoying themselves before hurrying back to the lavvy with the Daily Mail. …”

    Odd then, that it’s remainers who are foretelling the end of the world after 29 March and that we all need to stock up and buy body-bags whilst Brexiters are preparing for the opportunities that await.

  7. ” Brexit venerates peering out of your bungalow quietly hating the fact anyone else is enjoying themselves before hurrying back to the lavvy with the Daily Mail. …”

    Remember, when you make fun of others by ascribing them thoughts (which are essentially unknowable other than to the individual) you reveal more about yourself than about those you deride………..

  8. ” Brexit venerates peering out of your bungalow quietly hating the fact anyone else is enjoying themselves before hurrying back to the lavvy with the Daily Mail. …”

    Whereas Remain venerates actually dropping a shit in your pants at the prospect of the coming armageddon

  9. The Facepainter is typical of the abusive shite who fill remainiac ranks. They start the insults and attacks on decent values and then whine when the get some back,

    As for the green ink freak–be careful Tim –there are FAR more nutters within remain that Leave despite remain lies.

  10. Really Mr Ecks .. I thought we were effete devotees of Waitrose whose chief joy in life was to receive a free copy of the Guardian with every purchase of zingy spiced veg?

    ..or dangerously unhinged psychos liable to attack on sight ?

    Make your mind up old sausage

  11. Cox was was shot three times — once near the head — and stabbed multiple times.

    Which is sad, obvs.

    Otoh, whenever I see this particular bloody shirt being waved, I can’t help but wonder how many British people have been raped, or maimed, or murdered by the Third World enrichers Mrs Cox and people like Mrs Cox were and remain so keen to invite into our country.

    Maybe we should start off by asking Ariana Grande fans?

  12. Brexit venerates peering out of your bungalow quietly hating the fact anyone else is enjoying themselves before hurrying back to the lavvy with the Daily Mail. …

    Yeah, I couldn’t help notice how happy Polly seemed this morning. And Richard Murphy as well…

    You really are a moron.

  13. I thought we were effete devotees of Waitrose whose chief joy in life was to receive a free copy of the Guardian with every purchase of zingy spiced veg?

    As usual, you flatter yourself.

  14. What’s wrong with Waitrose’s? Well, apart from the prices and the stupid vehicle access to the Stirling one (don’t ask …)

  15. Wtff did auto-incorrect do to that? Where did the s come from? And that apostrophe?

    Lucky I wasn’t complaining about New-remainia’s spelling or grammar.

    Sighs …

  16. Facepainter–most of you are indeed mouthy effete shite but reading any remain cockrot–even your own insolent arse-expelled babble– hints at depths of madness within. Most of you are losers but still no reason for Tim not to be prepared. When you deal with EU-sucking scum with twisted premises, supreme arrogance and entitlement and excess adolescent emotional energy a wild card is always possible.

  17. What’s wrong with Waitrose’s?

    For once I’m with autocorrect. That looks like you are intending a possessive there. Personal opinion though.

  18. Surreptitious Evil @ 6.55: “What’s wrong with Waitrose’s? Well, apart from the prices and the stupid vehicle access to the Stirling one (don’t ask …)”

    Add to that, they signed that letter along with other retailers last week stating shelves would be bare, post Brexit.

    Bastards. I didn’t shop there often, but I’m never shopping there again. Fuck ’em. Should help the empty shelf situation a bit (every little helps!)

  19. I’m surprised Tim doesn’t get more of those.

    I had an unknown person trying to get me sacked; wrote a long and rambling letter (that should have been in green ink but sadly wasn’t) to the Vice-Chancellor saying that something I’d written was the sort of wrongthink that meant I was an unsuitable person to teach adults.

    It was at a time when Murphy was complaining about me, but I don’t know whether that inspired the attempt to get me sacked or if it was just someone of the same type thinking of it for himself.

    Thankfully my then V-C thought it was amusing rather than something he needed to do anything about.

    Like Tim’s letter here, it didn’t offer any reasons why what I’d written might be incorrect (think I was explaining why it was right that Starbucks or Amazon didn’t pay much corporation tax), just complained that it was the wrong thing to say and that therefore I was a bad person and should be silenced.

    Seems to be pretty standard for the Left.

  20. Does anyone know what happened to Mr Jo Cox? Was he imprisoned for fraud or newmania or some such dreadful offence?

  21. It’s terrible that anti-democracy campaigner Jo Cox was murdered by someone – whether sane or insane – of certain political persuasions.

    But attempting to use that act to smear and dismiss the peaceful democratic majority – which was assured of a binding referendum – is as desperate as it is despicable.

    It’s the equivalent of saying that everyone who thinks the trains should run on time is a fascist.

    Much as I detest Brexit and all its infernal acolytes even I do not think they are murderous psychotics.

    Yet you post the smear anyway, and make the analogy explicit with your ‘contrast and compare.’

    This is the shameful level of debate (sic) we’ve come to expect from Remainers, who seem completely incapable of advancing a single positive reason for continued membership of (or even the existence of) the EU.

    Postscript:

    Fascism venerated action youth modernity and man as a hero

    Not really, no. The Fascist and National forms of socialism were simply variations of the Internationalist form, comprised overwhelmingly of endless intrusive social and economic policies, all permitted by the elimination of property rights and free markets. No heroics here, just lots and lots of rules and state control. If you read Richard Grunberger’s ‘A Social History Of The Third Reich’, for example, you’ll find an endless series of policies which no socialist would disagree with. And Wolfgang Schivelbusch’s ‘Three New Deals: Reflections on Roosevelt’s America, Mussolini’s Italy, and Hitler’s Germany, 1933-1939’ shows how Europe’s Fascist and National socialists admired – and were in turned admired by – FDR and his New Deal policies, because it was well understood at the time that they were the same economic model.

    To say that ‘Fascism venerated action youth modernity and man as a hero’ is simply trite. You have a cartoonish understanding of history. What these various forms of socialism have in common – apart from murder, poverty, oppression, slavery and torture of course – is that they all venerate the state.

  22. Fascism venerated action youth modernity and man as a hero

    I’d like someone to direct me to where that is true in Franco’s Spain. Or Hrothy’s Hungary, Pilsudski’s Poland, Pinochet’s Chile etc. Most Fascist regimes venerate tradition and stability, not change.

    Too often people think that so long as Hitler did it, then it is Fascist. He’s gone past archetype and into sole example.

  23. As I recall he was ‘outed’ by the #MeToo movement as a sexual predator, and forced to resign from various charities…………….

    yeah and don’t forget how Jess Phillips, Emily Thornbery et al changed their tune and came out saying how he was innocent until proven guilty…. we don’t know all the facts…. he deserves the chance to tell his side etc etc.

  24. Hallo Chester – yes you are right there. I was alluding to Fascism by a proper definition and not just to any authoritarian Conservative ( such as Franco or Pinochet ., I`ll take your word for it on the others )
    Fascism is often used lazily but it had , and has, distinctive features , ” Action and will” cannot be removed form it without leaving a general term, of disproval and no more

    Brexit is a sort of wet Franco basically . Nasty , but actually quite boring

    Wat I agree with you on the Marxist roots of Fascism , by the time the Strasserist wing of the Nazi Party had been defeated most of its peace time history was past but leaving to one side all those aspects of the ideology where it diverged from Communism or socialism is also a bit one eyed to say the least

    As far as the odium Brexit has earnt by being connected to the murder of an MP, is concerned I am rather surprised so little is made of it personally. We are supposed to pretend , aren`t we , that it was an uprising of the constitutionally troubled; but anyone who remembers the referendum knows perfectly well that our constitutional arrangements did not figure at all .

    Unwanted darkies on the other hand were omnipresent and that sort of vile ideology is generally associated with violence and oppression. Day after day we hear of the “Will of the people” and the” Stab in the back”. Anyone with any ear for the 2oth century has to be horrified .

    I very much doubt you are in any position to judge how cartoonish or otherwise my perspective may be …. just saying

  25. I doubt whether Newmania shops at Waitrose – there aren’t generally many copies of the guardian (a fair number of The Sun, however) and you need a My Waitrose Card and £5 of shopping to get a free paper.

    I’ve never seen zingy spiced veg on their shelves either, so perhaps he’s an effete Netto shopper?

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