INMPARTIAL? IT’S IN THEIR GENES, HONEST.

Old friends? BBC newsreader Emily Maitlis and Lord Mandelson share a private joke at the Spectator luncheon yesterday
Say no more. Nudge Nudge.

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13 Responses to INMPARTIAL? IT’S IN THEIR GENES, HONEST.

  1. Roland Deschain says:

    That’s just what I need to see as I’m eating my lunch.

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  2. dave s says:

    There is a whole series of sickening photographs from this event. They all reinforce the message.
    We are the elite. It does not matter who you vote for or what you think we will rule you as we please. You are the boring little people of England and we, well fed , well dressed and well heeled will never tolerate any real attempt to challenge our right, and it is a right, to rule.
    In these photographs you see tha arrogance of kings, princes and politicians down the ages made flesh and Miss Maitlis is just one of a myriad of the courtiers who have flattered and enabled these people to drain from the nation it’s life and spirit.
    Power always corrupts.

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  3. matthew rowe says:

    Have to ask! is lord fodlebum reminding mateless he’s gay ?

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  4. Pounce says:

    Help me here, but who are the people depicted?

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  5. beness says:

    I feel another memo from Parvda HQ comming up.

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  6. fred bloggs says:

    Well the genes are part of our DNA.  DNA has a right handed twist.  Therefore to detect a Beboid will be easy as they will have a LEFT handed twist as part of their genes.

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  7. Dr A says:

    Does anybody else feel a strangely compelling Jacobin desirefor public executions after seeing this pornographic image?

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  8. Will says:

    Beeboid supreme Dame Joan Bakewell has suddenly discovered a party political preference in her dotage. She becomes a Labour Peer.

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  9. Limbal Smethwick says:

    You know I always suspect that Maitlis was a man in drag …

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  10. Demon1001 says:

    Body language, leaning into one another like that, would indicate a great state of affection both ways.  If one did not know the truth about him one would think they were about to spend a night together.

    Obviously not, but she appears very keen by the angle she is leaning towards him.  

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  11. Light Foot says:

    Scum.

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