THIS WEEK.

Nice to see a consensus on the contributors on This Week that The Taliban are actually nice guys. Not terrorists, according to Imran Khan. This was another dreadful programme only enlivened by pop-opera diva Katherine Jenkins impressive political insights…,

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11 Responses to THIS WEEK.

  1. Martin says:

    That Jenkins bird has big tits as well. Quite a good night for that!

    Speaking of tits, just listened to Matt Frei spouting shite.

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  2. Tom FD says:

    This Week has really gone downhill lately.

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  3. David Vance says:

    Frei was grim. Just grim.

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  4. Martin says:

    Frei and Webb just can’t leave Palin alone can they?

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  5. Tom FD says:

    They’re not the only ones… Graham Norton was having a go at her earlier as well…

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  6. Iain says:

    “They’re not the only ones… Graham Norton was having a go at her earlier as well…”

    I have a mental list of people who would cause a brief hesitation if they stepped in front of my car. Graham Norton is near the top.

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  7. Grant says:

    Even that overrated buffoon, Ricky Gervais, was having a go at Palin on the the Graham Norton Show, taking the “I’m not really interested in politics, but isn’t Obama wonderful and Palin awful”.

    Lots of sniggering from Norton and the audience.

    Don’t luvvies make you want to puke ?

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  8. George R says:

    Muslim Imran Khan supports the Taleban and opposes the West; but he loves to escape the failed state of Pakistan and to come regularly to the West.

    He plays down the intolerant role of Islam in Pakistan and Afghanistan, he ignores Islam as the inspiration of jihad, and blames the West for the failure of those two Islamic states.

    The best ‘solution’ he has for Afghanistan is to replace NATO troops with ‘troops from Islamic countries’!

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/player/nol/newsid_4860000/newsid_4860200/4860274.stm?bw=bb&mp=wm&news=1&ms3=6&ms_javascript=true&bbcws=2

    (About first 20 mins. UK access).

    Critique of Imran Khan’s politics:

    “Not Well-Bowled, Imran Khan”

    (by Hugh Fitzgerald):

    http://www.newenglishreview.org/blog_direct_link.cfm/blog_id/17526

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  9. Frankos says:

    what you’ve got to remember is that it’s easier to be seen as left of centre and loved than right of centre and loved —thats why the empty headed bufoons on the media do the caring lefty shite –in reality they are probably every bit as greedy and self obsessed as the worst right wing dictator.The BBC top brass for all their Marxist pompous dictates aren’t short of a few bob (pension funds etc) at our expense.

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  10. sawtooth says:

    “Frei and Webb just can’t leave Palin alone, can they ?”

    It is a pity that Sarah Palin is not running for President. She has far more experience in actually governing something than any of the other three candidates, whose experience in that area is nil. Furthermore, she is much more representative of traditional American values. She would win easily.

    Then the BBC would have a collective heart-attack, and we would be rid of them.

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  11. Martin says:

    I’m STILL waiting for someone to tell me why Obama is more qualified ot be President than Palin.

    Just what has he achived in HIS career?

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