1. Demon1001 says:

    I have a great idea where everybody wins:

    Greece is a disasterously-Socialist state so Jonnie will feel at home, so send him there.  Greece will then have the Jonnie Marbles and we’ll keep the Elgin Marbles.  Everybody wins.


  2. RGH says:

    The idiot is very strange indeed.

    The reference to while assembling the ‘pie’ he fantasised about ‘a film in which a man assembles a sniper rifle’

    Very disturbing indeed.

    An insight into a psychology with an inhibited wish to destroy expressing itself , on  this occasion, in an  assault which itself  crossed a line of social inhibition.

    The guy is, in Freudian terms, narcissitic and oedipal.

    Psychology driven by his poor relationship with his father and a strange relationship with his mother.

    Driven by the need to assert himself on a stage and the drama to avenge the humiliation of his love object against the father figure.

    The guy is a mess.


    • matthew rowe says:

      The reference to while assembling the ‘pie’ he fantasised about ‘a film in which a man assembles a sniper rifle’?
      This guy needs serious help I truly fear for his and others safety as  his mindset seems psychotic  desperately needy and wanting adoration from his peers the sort of bloke who you see out side girls houses a 3 in the morning threatening  to kill themselves, if I was in the  police I would push for  this sort of  stuff to have  him sectioned by now !


  3. Lloyd says:

    Speaking of VD, didn’t anybody hear her trying to teach teach Max Kaiser how to suck eggs on 5live today? Not sure what he’s done to piss her off.


    • Carti says:

      Kaiser was excellent and exposed Derbyshire as an economic cretin. She REALLY GENUINELY thinks you can factor increasing debt into failing economies ad infinitum. She just stuck her fingers in her ears and did the old BBC ‘La La La I can’t hear you’ thing before signing him off pronto. He clearly reckons Mervyn King is borderline criminal and called the actions of Euro financial leaders ‘unconscionable’. No wonder he wasn’t on the Beeb for long. Wish he or someone like him were in charge.  


  4. JOHN GUEST says:

    Given that he is now boasting of carrying out a premeditated assault, within the Palace of Westminster, can we expect him to spend the summer aquiring a striped suntan?

    Doesn’t reflect well on the Met Police security either, although to be fair, as I read elsewher, they are short of a couple of officers on the day shift!


  5. DJ says:

    Yep, sure sounds like our state-controlled broadcaster: they won’t allow climate sceptics on their shows, but will feature a violent felon talking about his assault on an octageneraian.

    Of course.

    I don’t ever want to hear again about how the right encourages extremism. This guy is Mark Chapman without the dress sense, and now the BBC’s treating him like the Ben Franklin of Surrey.


  6. Cassandra King says:

    The BBC has in effect stoked a bonfire of hatred within its core support base. These slopeheaded mental pygmies look and listen to the hysterical bile and hatred emanating the BBC and believe it.



  7. Jon S says:

    the guy sounds gay


  8. cjhartnett says:

    How much is the sad weird and unfunny ragman getting paid by the BBC to attend this “summons”?


  9. Beeboidal says:

    Jonnie has the BBC in his genes. He was getting a hammering in his blog comments yesterday and so just like the Beeb, he restricted access to the comments.

    Which is a shame because I wanted to ask him a few questions. But I know Victoria Derbyshire will probably have these covered:

    Mr Marbles

    Are you on the dole?

    Do you get paid cash in hand for your pub gigs?

    Did you or any of your associates receive money from Newsnight for particpating in the film about UKUncut?

    Who actually made the film and were they paid by Newsnight?


    • London Calling says:

      Sooo many questions. So no doubt it will be one way.

      Salute the pie-throwing hero of middle-class pricks waging war against their own priviledged middle-class background whilst paid a multiple of ten times  a working class wage.

      And no doubt they will go on refering to him by his adopted “working class” comedian name Jonnie Marbles, instead of his real name Jonathon May-Bowles. Toooo close to home.


    • My Site (click to edit) says:

      BBC – ‘Questions will be asked…’*

      *Well, only questions that are based on unproven rumours that our mates conjure up on a ‘when did you last beat your wife basis’, and none that may shed light on them.


  10. Phil says:

    Good on Pod Delusion for letting me know what an immature person Mr Marbles is.

    I love free speech.

    So let’s scrap the government tax on TV viewing.


  11. cjhartnett says:

    The aptly initialled VD(clues there somewhere!) is letting the famous/notorious Johnnie Marbles onto her show for his fifteen minutes.
    We of course can pay for the taxi/danish-because we`re stupid and have deep pockets-and we never moan, let alone choke them off at the wallet.
    Believe the thick vote Labour…think that`s what the UCU survey today was trying to say, but the Beeb were a little coy.
    Where did VD get her first “qualifications” to foist herself onto the rest of us with us paying?
    Marbles just is the liberal media personnified…shaving foam pies, bullying the old and white and all gestures and craziness.
    No wonder they love him!


    • My Site (click to edit) says:

      bbc5live BBC Radio 5 Live Listen to @vicderbyshire‘s exclusive interview with #Murdochshaving foam attacker Jonnie Marbles >> bbc.in/oaI8N6
      One has to wonder how one plans such a thing.
      Obviously having some briefing on the lay of the land might help.
      Now, who pads around this venue every day?
      Just wondering. And it may be handy Paul Mason is out of town, along with his mobile.
      No accusation. Just asking a question.


      • My Site (click to edit) says:

        Either my speakers are in the frizz, but this is one highly editted ‘interview’ as the tone varies.

        More like a manifesto pulpit with a few mild critiques/scolds for ‘balance’.

        No mention of Newsnight.

        They really do protect ‘their own’.

        Interesting reward precedent for a responsible medium.


  12. D B says:

    MSNBC’s Michael Smerconish, standing in for Chris Matthews, thinks the pie incident was a stunt staged by Evil Genius Murdoch.


    • My Site (click to edit) says:

      MSNBC’s Michael Smerconish, standing in for Chris Matthews, thinks the pie incident was a stunt staged by Evil Genius Murdoch.

      Well he better not do it, or get quoted, on any BBC outlet, as it would be deemed ‘potentially libelous’ and modded out instantly.

      Oh… wait… no. 

      That can stay up for hours.

      It’s when you point to a BBC URL of the BBC featuring the main protagonist, to suggest that this theory may be unlikely… then the full force of watertight oversight comes down.


    • David Preiser (USA) says:

      MSNBC is a joke.  More baised than Fox News.


  13. Louis Robinson says:

    How long before Johnny (Lost His) Marbles makes an appearance on “Question Time”?


    • matthew rowe says:

      Hmm good point mind I was rather hoping his next appearance would be under a omnibus in Soho!,you just for laughs!


  14. Beeboidal says:

    I’ve got to hand it to Victoria Derbyshire. She had much better questions for Marbles than me. My favourites:

    VD : TV viewers didn’t see Rupert Murdoch with shaving foam on his face. Did you?

    Marbles: I did.

    VD: What did he look like?

    Marbles said he looked silly. Not as silly as a bloke whose childish stunt earned him the wrath of fellow Lefties, who got slapped down by a woman and ended up with his pie in his own face.


    • DJ says:

      Yep, that’s it, the other reason why the BBC is awful: it’s not just the bias, huge chunks of the BBC’s output just plain fails as journalism.

      ‘What did he look like’?

      Really? A six-figure salary for that? And these guys sneer at tabloid journalists.


      • My Site (click to edit) says:

        ‘What did he look like’?

        I rather took it as a blatant set-up for the next ‘answer’ in what seemed almost a scripted piece.