Is Donald Trump a Wazzock?

Or, perhaps more pertinently, as a service to our American readers, to point out that when, in Parliament yesterday, Donald Trump was described as being a “wazzock” this was not intended to be complimentary.

Wazzock: the sort of gurning moron who needs L and R marked on his shoes to have even a 50% chance of getting them on the correct feet.

This is one step up from a “Murphmonster” but not far.

83 thoughts on “Is Donald Trump a Wazzock?”

  1. If Trump is were elected President does this mean he wouldn’t be able to visit the UK on state visits?

    Twats. 3 hrs (!) of time pissed away on this virtue signalling bullshit.

    RE: Wazzock. Far too Northern this word.

  2. I find Scott Adams (of Dilbert fame) interesting in his commentary on Trump. He reckons Trump is using excellent manipulative techniques in all his gaffes and will sweep the primaries and the election. I can’t decide if he is being extremely prescient, or very good at hiding the weasel words.

  3. From what I heard on radio 4 last night the quality of the debate was sub sixth form. Mostly MPs trying to get a dreadful sound bite for their local newspaper. Where was the soaring rhetoric pulling a Trump apart?

  4. “I say Cuthbert, what about a debate about securing our borders?”

    “Come on, Clive, don’t be a silly billy, you know the whole Muslim thing is totally out of bounds!”

    “Silly billy yourself! I mean a debate about securing our borders against Donald Trump!”

    “Oh, Clive what an absolutely whizzo idea!”

    This is why none of them want to leave the EU. Why put yourself in a position of responsibility when you can have jolly japes talking about nothing of importance?

    Which reminds me, have we replenished the four bombs that both our aircraft in the Middle East have dropped? Perhaps Corbyn is only a little bit extreme in wanting no weapons at all, when the MOD’s ration for air strikes is in single figures.

  5. No.

    I’ll tell you who is a wazzock. The guy I heard on the radio not 2 weeks ago, after yet another Muslim atrocity that had nothing to do with Muslims:

    “This is not the true face of Islam. Islam is a religion of peace” – David Cameron

  6. Christ knows why they are debating it, although a million signatures is not to be sniffed at if thems the rules.

    It’s not exactly hate rhetoric and it’s nothing to do with the UK.

    Obviously he should be allowed in and to see the situation as it is, instead of stating that there are areas in England that are ‘no go zones’.

    He is a wazzock, but he’s a friend of the far right, so Ecks will be there on the runway when he lands, like a Chihuahua on heat.

  7. As far as I can tell, a few of his ‘gaffes’ are expressing opinions contrary to that of the Borg, e.g. maintaining borders, restricting immigration, crazy old fashioned stuff like that.

    On the true gaffes front, compared to Joe Biden over the past eight years he’s like Cicero.

  8. ‘His comments regarding Muslims are wrong.

    ‘His policy to close borders if he’s elected as president is bonkers and if he met one or two of my constituents in one of the many excellent pubs in my constituency then they may well tell him that he is a wazzock for dealing with this issue in this way.’

    That was Cambridge graduate, Conservative MP, and dozy cunt Victoria Atkins.

  9. And exactly which billionaire MP with a successful business career behind him thought himself qualified to make that assessment?

  10. Trump is an odd fish, but he’s no wazzock. He’s not as clever as he thinks he is (or so great a businessman), either, but he’s no bigger a tool than anyone else in the race and at least he gives the appearance of telling something akin to the truth (though he’s obviously just another congenital liar).

    We all know he has donated to the Dems and that he is a Dem on many issues. He insists he’s had something of a Damascene conversion, though he’s still burbling about a US NHS I think. Maybe. I still can’t work out whether he’s genuine, or he’s just there to split the GOP field for a very weak pair of Dem candidates (I assume the former, because of his ego, though maybe he started out as the latter).

    What he’s doing (ostensibly) is tapping into the suspicion – no, the knowledge – that we’re all being lied to, that there’s not much between the parties here or in the US (for all the sound and thunder), that our liberties to say and think what we like, never mind do what we like, are being eroded, and that our country is slowly being stolen from under our feet. Immigration is a big issue and it’s on the way to becoming THE issue, here and there (and elsewhere). If you can’t secure your borders, what do you have? He’s obviously owning this issue, though good luck building that wall.

    He’s also actually quite funny and he gives good TV. I don’t think he’ll get the nomination, much less the poresidency, but fucking hell, who knows?

  11. Arnald: “Obviously he should be allowed in and to see the situation as it is, instead of stating that there are areas in England that are ‘no go zones’.”

    I suggest you try Tower Hamlets after dark, go mincing down the streets there and see how far you get.

    It is probably safer to go to a Soweto shebeen and sing “Die Stem”.

  12. He’s almost certainly a good deal smarter than Victoria what’s her name who sounds like a stupid bit promoted way beyond her competence.

    For the record I don’t think i would vote for Trump unless it was him or Hilary (or Bernie come to that), but he’s a damn sight smarter than most politicians, and an excellent conman to boot. Funny how so many dozy cunts just believe that he wants to “block Muslim immigration”, which is, just for the record, not what he said.

  13. Headlined as a poisonous wazzock (to paraphrase MPs) in The Times this morning. Some debate when story was being subbed about whether wazzock was a bit too ee by gum for the 7.55 train from Gerrards Cross, but attractiveness of the word, er, trumped that. Collins, which we use more than any other dictionary, gives wazzock as a foolish and annoying person. So, the answer to Tim’s question is yes.

  14. He is a wazzock, but he’s a friend of the far right,

    A random article from the Guardian is evidence of what the Donald actually believes?

    Just because people who are (wholly inaccurately) labelled the “far right” by the metropolitan leftist pseudo-elite like some of his (deliberately outrageous) statements, doesn’t make him their friend.

  15. PS

    @ Dan, yes 3 hours pissed away on virtue signalling bullshit is exactly what it was. MPs fucking useless nobs, most of them.

  16. “at least he gives the appearance of telling something akin to the truth (though he’s obviously just another congenital liar).”

    Gloucestershire cheesechaser ( by definition a Wazzock) on the loose. Just what is it that Trump has said reveals him to be “obviously” a congenital liar then?

  17. Why is it that people who obviously don’t like free speech always start off their waffle stating they are in favour of it, BUT…

  18. John Miller – perfect.

    Cuckservative: supposed conservative who refuses to defend his nation, his culture, his women or his posterity.

  19. Christ knows why they are debating it, although a million signatures is not to be sniffed at if thems the rules.

    So Britain has a million William Ropers. Is anybody surprised?

  20. Interested – He’s also actually quite funny and he gives good TV. I don’t think he’ll get the nomination, much less the poresidency, but fucking hell, who knows?

    Trump’s a natural in front of the cameras. Yuge charisma. He’s got the X-factor, in the same way Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan did.

    For that reason, I expect him to win. His opponents range from the uninspiring to the invisible, and business-as-usual politicians are going out of style.

  21. Trumps a fascinating character. Whether he gets the party nom or not (and I’d say it’s 50/50 at the moment) or flames out spectacularly, he’ll be able to point to Jeb Bush and state “I single-handedly destroyed his campaign”

    But it’s still a large field of candidates and The Donalds support seems to have a 40% ish ceiling.

  22. Unfortunately for Ted Cruz – Ted Cruz has the most smug, punchable face in US Politics.

    He’s also loathed by all his colleagues and is currently fighting off a pincer movement launched by His Trumpness – who has masterfully birthered him with a side helping of trolling about his dodgy loans.

  23. Crun

    “I suggest you try Tower Hamlets after dark, go mincing down the streets there and see how far you get”

    A few anti-gay sentiments, happens everywhere. The east end has always had a lot of immigrants. You are gullible, that’s all.

    There are real cases of no go areas that are predominantly white.

  24. Ted Cruz looks like John Belushi and talks like a dodgy Southern televangelist. It’s not his fault he’s from an odd Canadian-Cuban background, but Americans don’t want another exotic president.

    He’s a smart cookie, but as Dan points out everybody he has worked with seems to hate the guy. That doesn’t suggest presidential-quality leadership.

    In this election cycle, he’s Huckabee/Santorum 2.0 – plenty of Evangelical curb appeal but not much else.

  25. ” who has masterfully birthered him ”

    There’s a poll that shows that more people believe that Obama was not born in the US, when he wasn’t, than believe Cruz was not born in the US, when he was.

    53 percent of Republicans still doubt Obama’s citizenship. At the same time, an overwhelming 70 percent don’t have any doubt Cruz is American and eligible to be president

    it’s a crazy place.

  26. Question; If Trump did make it to the top job what happens to his various business interests?

    He’s said that his children will take over running the firm, but would he still be allowed to be paid his various fees or not? As this is the USA I’m assuming there’s a whole mess of laws out there stating exactly what he would, and would not, be entitled to.

    Interesting to ponder – has any other President gone straight from private business to high office?

  27. Dan – they go into a blind trust. As the beneficiary of that trust, he is entitled to the income, but he doesn’t get to run it or tout for business or use the White House as Trump Tower Washington.

    I don’t think any businessmen have won the presidency without holding another political office first, but there have been presidents who came straight from the military.

  28. There’s one feature that makes Trump alright by me, irrespective of his other qualities or failings.

    Trump is hated by the fat fvcker Alex Salmond.

  29. “As the beneficiary of that trust, he is entitled to the income, but he doesn’t get to run it ”

    Depends on where the trust is being run from.

  30. Arnald – it wouldn’t be a blind trust then, would it?

    Anyway, they have federal laws against that sort of thing, with federal pound-me-in-the-ass prison for noncompliance.

    There are better ways for a president to feather his nest legally. Obama will be a multi-millionaire when he leaves office – not bad for a guy who’s never had a proper job.

  31. I’m hoping against hope that he wins, just for the exquisite whining that would ensue from the usual suspects. I wonder if The Guardian can be persuaded to send out another mail shot to Middle America.

  32. “As usual with these Arnaldian throw-aways, “citation needed”.”

    what, unlike all the other throwaways on here!!!

  33. Steve

    But a little-known fact is that blind trusts can also be used by company insiders – officers, directors or anyone owning 10 percent or more of the company’s outstanding shares. A blind trust can enable the sale of insider stock pursuant to Rule 144 under the Securities Act of 1933 without regard to so-called “window periods” which would otherwise constrain the timing of stock sales

    https://www.wilmingtontrust.com/wtcom/index.jsp?fileid=3000311

  34. Interested

    The vast majority of ‘no go’ areas will be because of gangs.

    Moss Side, Marsh Farm, North Peckham etc etc

  35. BraveFart

    Trump may well be hated by Fat Fucker Salmon. However, he is also Fat Fucker Chancer Salmon. And, in common with most political chambers, he is expert at riding g the coattails of decent people with a genuine grievance.
    So, alas, being an enemy of Alex Salmond is no guarantee of being a decent chap.

  36. Explain then Steve

    “As the beneficiary of that [blind] trust, he is entitled to the income, but he doesn’t get to run it “

  37. Arnald – No. I can’t be arsed explaining to you what a trust is, how blind trusts work, and the difference between beneficiaries and trustees. Ask Ritchie.

  38. North Peckham, Arnald? Gloriously ‘diverse’ (in it’s new meaning). It was, after all, where Damilola’s killers came from.

    Or are you gleaning your info from reruns of ‘Only Fools And Horses’..?

  39. Saw the imbecilic Mr Harriet Harmon on TV this morning. It seemed his objection to Trump coming here was that muslims are so incensed by the proposed moratorium on them emigrating to the US that they’ll launch terrorist attacks on him when he gets here, thus proving The Donalds point for him!

  40. “The blind trust is an age-old ruse, if you will,” Romney said. “Which is to say, you can always tell a blind trust what it can and cannot do.”

    And he should know.

  41. @Arnald

    ‘The vast majority of ‘no go’ areas will be because of gangs.’

    Yes, we have indigenous gangs in our inner cities. Is this a revelation? Is it a reason to import bigger, nastier gangs?

    Your average Manc drug gang has simple motivations, a non-existent cell structure, pedestrian weaponry, no experience of fighting in a built up area, no history of beheading people for being jewish, or lobbing people off buildings for being gay, or raping twelve-year-old girls into sex slavery after buying them at auction, and no access to billions in oil revenues. They ‘control’ a few shitty streets of one city, not vast tracts of several countries. They have no adherents around the world. Their behaviour is predictable, they could be wiped out overnight if we really needed to, and – speaking selfishly – their threat to me as I fly into or out of Heathrow is minimal.

    If the Man Dem Crew start bringing down airliners, threatening to kill British soldiers, or suicide-bombing nightclubs to kill the ‘slags’ therein I will sit up and take notice. But they have a lot to learn in terms from the Islamic nutcases, and not just the terrorists or rapists. A thousand cars burned every year in les banlieues, for starters. No-one officially says that those are no go areas, but do you think the police are wandering around on a regular basis? Parts of Brussels, Malmo, Oslo… you can’t go there holding your boyfriend’s hand and your sister can’t go there without covering her face. Unless she wants to get the shit kicked out of her, which maybe she does. People being strange, and all.

  42. The main no go area is Ah!-Mould’s brain.

    The only good thing about Trump is how much he upsets the scum of the left. Simply by proposing to do less than Peanut Carter actually did in 1979.

    Glad to see how near I am to your heart Arnald. You just can’t serve up one of your closely reasoned and factually impeccable missives without mentioning me can you?

    Tell you what–why don’t you improve your contributions by cutting and pasting “far right” 1000 times and send that in as your standard contribution. It says as much as you ever do and it would save you so much time that you could spend working for world revolution or democratic twatism or the perfect anal orgasm or whatever other shite you spend your time on in the multi-culti paradise that is Gurn-sea.

  43. “muslims are so incensed by the proposed moratorium on them emigrating to the US that they’ll launch terrorist attacks on him when he gets here, thus proving The Donalds point for him!”

    Yes, oops! I think what he meant was that far-right groups will black up and mount terrorist attacks on him to frame Muslims.

  44. “Yes, oops! I think what he meant was that far-right groups will black up and mount terrorist attacks on him to frame Muslims.”

    Like the f**k-witted (female) vicar on the Beeb on Sunday morning who said that we don’t really know what happened to those women in Cologne – it might be a set-up!

  45. Like the f**k-witted (female) vicar on the Beeb on Sunday morning who said that we don’t really know what happened to those women in Cologne – it might be a set-up!

    The Vicar of Dhimmi.

  46. No a wazzock is someone who doesn’t realise that even without labelling, there is a 50% chance of getting shoes on the correct foot, so that the definition given is meaningless.

  47. He’s also loathed by all his colleagues and is currently fighting off a pincer movement launched by His Trumpness – who has masterfully birthered him with a side helping of trolling about his dodgy loans.

    The fact that Ted Cruz is loathed by his colleagues isn’t a bug, it’s a feature. The whole Trump phenomenon represents nothing more than a protest against the Republican ruling class specifically, and the political ruling class in general. Ted Cruz has understood that and is riding it just fine.

    As to the birther thing… note that it was basically a one-week wonder. The chattering classes have moved on. And if you don’t think Ted Cruz can’t take down Trump, go read Cruz’s “apology” to the people of New York (that Trump, along with Hillary, demanded). Trump will think twice about crossing swords with Cruz next time around.

  48. Arnald–“Where do you live, Ecks?”

    Far from the Multi-culti crowd.

    As do you Arnald –for was it not that the Channel Isles wouldn’t even allow Bergerac himself to live there?

    Guernsey:

    “Limited space together with the many positive reasons to live here, mean that there are certain requirements you will need to meet if you are not a qualified local resident but would like to move to Guernsey.”

    “A Qualified Resident is a person who, because of a combination of their personal circumstances and the length of time they have lived in Guernsey, is able to live in Guernsey without any controls over where they can live, who they must live with, or what job they must do. A Qualified Resident also has the right to come back to Guernsey to live here no matter how long they have been away from the Island: once you have become a Qualified Resident, you are a Qualified Resident for life.”

    “If you are thinking about moving to Guernsey, and want to find out if you will be able to move here, you can find out more by clicking on the link on the left of this page that best describes your own circumstances.”

    “Moving to Guernsey as a returning Qualified Resident
    Moving to Guernsey as the family of a Qualified Resident
    Moving to Guernsey as an essential skilled worker
    Moving to Guernsey as a family member of an essential skilled worker
    Moving to Guernsey to work as a non-essential (short-term) worker
    Moving to Guernsey to live and work in a hotel
    Moving to Guernsey to live and work as domestic staff in a private Open Market Part A house
    Moving to Guernsey to live and work in an Open Market Part C nursing or residential home
    Moving to Guernsey to live in an Open Market Part A private house/apartment”

    Wiki

    “The population is 62,948 (Jul 2015 est.).[31] The median age for males is 40 years and for females is 42 years. The population growth rate is 0.775% with 9.62 births/1,000 population, 8 deaths/1,000 population, and annual net migration of 6.07/1,000 population. The life expectancy is 80.1 years for males and 84.5 years for females. The Bailiwick ranked 9th in the world with an average life expectancy of 82.39 years.[32] 1.54 children are born per woman. Ethnic groups consist of British and Norman descent.

    For immigration and nationality purposes it is UK law, and not Guernsey law, which applies (technically the Immigration Act 1971, extended to Guernsey by Order-in-Council). Guernsey may not apply different immigration controls to the UK and EEA nationals free movement rights to enter, and remain in, the territory of the British Islands (also in Guernsey), although there are de facto restrictions on occupation of housing by everyone.

    The housing market is split between local market properties and a set number of open market properties.[33] Anyone may live in an open market property, but local market properties can only be lived in by those who qualify – either through being born in Guernsey (to local parents), by obtaining a housing licence, or by virtue of sharing a property with someone who does qualify.

    Housing licences are for fixed periods, and are usually only valid for 4 years and only as long as the individual remains employed by a specified Guernsey employer. The licence will specify the type of accommodation and be specific to the address the person lives in.[34]

    These restrictions apply equally regardless of whether the property is owned or rented, and only applies to occupation of the property. Thus a person whose housing licence expires may continue to own a Guernsey property, but will no longer be able to live in it.

    There are a number of routes to qualifying as a “local” for housing purposes. Generally, it is sufficient to be born to at least one Guernsey parent and to live in the island for ten years in a twenty-year period. Once “local” status has been achieved it remains in place for life. Even a lengthy period of residence outside Guernsey does not invalidate “local” housing status.[35]2

  49. “Far from the Multi-culti crowd”

    So I’m proved right in thinking that you live in a hut in the Northwest Territories (yay Risk!) and you power your Speak and Spell machine by fingertip wanking.

    Thank for all that info. I’m sure everyone will find it enlightening. I’m not sure what your point is, mind.

  50. Dennis

    “Who the fuck are you to be calling any of us wazzocks?”

    We are all Guardian operatives undercover. It’s Operation Clark County 2. We call Donald Trump a ‘wassock’ so you’all over there vote for a progressive female transgendered female democrat candidate.

    Can’t fail.

  51. @arnald
    So that would be the Northwest Territories that recognises more official languages than anywhere else in the Americas (eleven of them) and where Europeans are 50% of the population at most and English isn’t even listed as the main language for 25% of the population

    Obviously playing Risk is the limit of your historical and geographical education

  52. JuliaM, Jonathan – bows

    Richard Allan – Nah.

    The New York billionaire who has juggled multiple successful careers (in the cut-throat world of American construction and real estate, in television, and in books) is a wazzock.

    Therefore, his utter dominance of the American political conversation – despite spending about half a bob compared with the hundreds of millions his opponents have already spunked up the wall – must be some sort of crazy accident like in a wacky goofball comedy starring Rob Schneider.

    We know this because the MP for Fuckwitshire-on-Nobodycares told us so.

    I will now list her achievements:

  53. It illustrates Arnie-boy that we have amongst us another great defender of multi-culti who doesn’t care to live with its actual effects.

    “Diversity for thee but not for mee.
    This Sage of Guernsey stands out to sea
    From my island realm on your dreams I pee
    But no swarth’d faces do I wish to see”

    Not exactly Milton.

    But Beezlebub might have said it on an off-day. Were he pissed. And a worthless sack of low IQ socialist excrement.

  54. We are all Guardian operatives undercover. It’s Operation Clark County 2. We call Donald Trump a ‘wassock’ so you’all over there vote for a progressive female transgendered female democrat candidate.

    Given that Hillary Clinton is more masculine than either Bernie Sanders or Martin O’Malley, that strategy is bound to cause confusion in flyover territory.

  55. Wazzock isn’t even a word used much by the Lincolnshire yeller bellies*. It’s more North-West England.

    *Except for the ones who still listen to Mike Harding’s LPs

  56. Could someone draw a Venn diagram of “people who think Donald Trump is a wazzock” and “people who think Jeremy Corbyn is honest and misunderstood”?

  57. I had understood that Mr. Trump inherited his wealth from his father, and that his vaunted business acumen has led him to yield rather significantly less than he would have managed by buying an index tracker and spending his time at the beach.

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