Windy-lickers? (that is so not PC)

Killian Forde has a ‘Political Darwin Awards’ blog, like the Darwin Awards proper to “honor people who ensure the long-term survival of the human race by removing themselves from the gene pool in a sublimely idiotic fashion” but in this case recognising political idiocy. He very honestly puts himself in the frame for ‘not paying his website bill which has been hijacked by some Ukrainian tech nerd and held for a €2k ransom.’

Are any of our northern candidates worthy of a nomination? Or does anyone else across Europe beat his suggestions so far?

  • Samuel Jones

    Sluggers going to be very, very sick when UKIP sends more patriots back to the supreme soviet, in Brussels and Jim Allister joins them, things are changin and the good guys are going to win big time.

  • Rory Carr

    True indeed, Samuel. The thought of such fraudsters and reactionaries having the opportunity to suck on the public teat for years to come certainly makes me feel a little queasy.

  • Samuel Jones

    Rory, the udders been stretched and mastitis has already set in, UKIP will provide the antibiotic to cure the EU ills, if feeling queasy take a good deep breath of the fresh political air that UKIP will bring to thease Islands
    ‘ a free Nation once again’

  • SM

    So will UKIP sit with SF then? They both want their respective countries out of the EU don’t they?

    Allister & de Brun chumming together, what a wonderful thought 🙂

  • K McLaughlin

    I would like to propose a new sub category of the political Darwin awards to be called the Dodo Prize – as in ‘Dead as a’).
    Only those guilty of completely pointless political behaviour would be eligible.
    I nominate anyone who votes UKIP, in Scotland at any rate. (They are almost invisible on this side of the North Channel – at the last Scottish Parliament elections two years ago these sad windae licking bampots finished 13th out of 13 parties in terms of total votes cast).
    Might be different in England though.
    Do UKIP have any presence in Northern Ireland ?

  • Driftwood

    Do UKIP have any presence in Northern Ireland ?

    http://www.jimallister.org/default.asp?blogID=1582

    A councillor in Kilkeel apparently,

    However:
    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/tory-maverick-youre-all-just-jealous-1689211.html

    This guy really takes the Rich tea for arrogance.
    Unbelievable.

  • Samuel Jones

    don’t be silly, it may however be possible for the ROI to come back to its natural home as part of a united British Isles then we would’nt need pseudo Communists like Barbora Brown as the economic realities will have made her even more of an irrelivance

  • Neil

    Driftwood,

    Yeah, but they’re not the party of privilege and wealth. Salt of the earth really.

    Somhairle,

    I normally wouldn’t criticise someone for spelling like a five year old, but given you’re desire to anglicize the SF candidates name you think you’d put a bit of fucking effort in and try to learn English, as your so keen on it and all that you feel obliged to foist it onto someone who feels differently. Still, maintains a link with your long dead past when your similarly retarded forbears did the same thing, good job in those days being a village idiot wasn’t a bar on having some kind of career. But again, those days are dead now.

  • Driftwood

    Neil
    The guy was an exception, few bad apples and all that.

  • Samuel Jones

    Tut tut ; sorry if i didnt recieve a solid Cathoilc education, I am from the comprehensive school educated Protestant underclass who can’t spell, we do still have freedom of thought and are not sexually repressed so it has its advantages.

  • Neil

    Somhairle,

    as I said it wouldn’t be my form to criticise, being a socialist I don’t believe fits with that kind of snobbery. However I did point out that you opened that door with your anglicization of the SF candidate’s name. If you’re that obsessed with the English language that you feel entitled to change someone’s name then you’d be as wise to tighten your shit up a bit and use the language you’re clearly so in love with.

  • Driftwood
  • Samuel Jones

    I could take Irish Gealic a bit more seriously if people like Brown and marty Miller etc did’nt try to turn themselves into somthing they clearly are not, its daft to try and hide ones origins and manipulate an identity to suit a political agenda or culture, learn your history and the history of the people of these Islands and you be more relaxed about surnames, windy-licker might put the Made up Irish you speak on the dodo list as it is dead and will never be anything more than a hobby for extreamists

  • Neil

    never be anything more than a hobby for extreamists

    Plenty of non-extremist prods learn the language. By following this line you play into the hands of your enemy. Those Protestants who learn the language will remove the negative connotation of it being a political weapon, used only by extremists. By actively opposing the language you leave it as something exclusively for Nationalists, which is something the more sectarian end of Nationalism would be over the moon about.

  • Driftwood

    Those Protestants who learn the language….

    I’m not a Protestant so i wouldn’t know, but I think the number of Unionists learning it are relatively low.
    When I watch FF and FG politicians on RTE however, they always seem to talk in English. The sparing use of Irish by SF is quite funny though, as in ‘Votail’ Sinn Fein. So the viewer can pick up what the word means through vocal connotation.

  • Samuel Jones

    Neil, i understand your liberal Unionist views but they don’t stack up against reality, Irish is used as a very sharpened political tool in this Country even Aer Lingus agrees, according to the last census no prods speak Irish, you will always get the odd prod that will learn it but it will always be associated with militant republicans in the eyes of most prods

  • SM

    Samuel Jones

    Irish is not a protestant/RC thing nor a unionist/nationalist thing. It is a language, and part of our shared heritage in NI. If you choose not to learn it thats cool but don’t come on here attacking others for wanting to do so. Granted some “unionist” hardline reactionaries have decided that because SF use a sprinkling of the language it must be a bad nasty republican thing but that doesn’t make it so. Here is a phrase for you to try:

    Votail Coimeádach agus Aontachtaí – Nicholson 1

    PS: I don’t vouch for the exact grammatical correctness of the above, as I’m not an expert 😉

  • Samuel Jones

    SM ge awa alat wi ye, ga Jim Allister wan en Nicholson tae
    awa aye

  • Long John Siler

    maybe I am missing something (if so sorry) but is the title of this thread supposed to be funny?

    It is a horrible phrase, and really should be taken down.