This Sugar is NOT sweet: Outrage over Lord’s anti-Corbyn poem [STRONG LANGUAGE]

Sexist rant: Lord Sugar.

Lord Sugar is a microcosm of what’s wrong with Tory Britain – a wealthy businessman who thinks he can say anything he wants without censure.

Only a few days ago, he deleted a disgusting tweet showing a photoshopped image of Jeremy Corbyn with Adolf Hitler – an appalling lapse of taste at a time when Mr Corbyn was facing false accusations of anti-Semitism.

Now Lord Sugar has compounded his crime by tweeting a perverse poem, again attacking Mr Corbyn.

Here’s the tweet. I’ve taken a screenshot rather than linking to the tweet itself, in case he deletes it:

Reactions have – of course – been overwhelmingly negative:

https://twitter.com/JamesHolah/status/981867378161147909

Here’s one extremely serious point which Lord Sugar should have considered before he released his ill-judged verses:

It’s true that Lord Sugar’s tweet is yet another example of abuse against Diane Abbott – and of sexism against women in general.

This is not behaviour befitting a Lord of the Realm.

But it seems he is determined to continue these inappropriate rants.

Clearly he thinks he is above retribution. Somebody should prove him wrong. It seems clear his ennoblement was premature. Time he was stripped of it.


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14 thoughts on “This Sugar is NOT sweet: Outrage over Lord’s anti-Corbyn poem [STRONG LANGUAGE]

  1. Barry

    Are we not allowed to lampoon politicians anymore? Also why would you pay £50 for a suit in matalan when you can get one cheaper there and elsewhere?

  2. dsbacon2017

    I don’t think SrAlan is going to get a prize for his rather boring and predictable little attempt at poetry. Monotonous, short of ideas, a 12 year old might be ashamed of such a clueless effort. Still SrAlan isn’t exactly a cultivated sort of man, so this might have been the best he could do. D- for trying.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      Oh. Do we have to go into the whole anti-Semitism thing as well? It’s Lord Sugar.

  3. Ian

    Is tripe like this not actionable? So much mud being slung, folk shut up with the ‘traitor’ nonsense as soon as m’learned friends got involved..

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      It is actionable, but I think as far as the people involved are concerned, it’s better to take the higher ground and say it’s a shame that Lord Sugar had to resort to that.

      1. Stu

        For what’s it’s worth, i agree.
        People like Corbyn for example have also decided to take thie higher, moral and decidedly more Grown-up stance on such matters.

  4. W L

    If sugar wants to see yesterdays man, he could try looking in a mirror. Pathetic self obsessed streak of arse gravy still thinks his opinion matters.

  5. Dan Delion

    This shameful behaviour by supposed peer @Lord_Sugar is not what one expects from someone who has been elevated to demonstrate respect for fellow citizens. One feels he should perhaps have his gong removed and be returned to the greedy gutter he came from.

  6. hugosmum70

    its a shame he was ever made a Lord. never liked the man. feel nothing but contempt for him if truths known./ watched only one episode of the apprentice and realised how much he enjoyed making his “victims” feel small and squirm. (i know they knew what he was like when they applied to go on the show but non the less for that, another minor version of trump same as the rest of the high flying riff raff that own newspapers and other media businesses.)

  7. Ray

    Sugar is a pratt simple as that why will he not admit he is a toryboy, nothing else to say about him he should go and play with his god which is money.

  8. realnewslifeandpeople

    I’m not usually one to quote anything said by Margaret Thatcher but one thing she said about her political opponents is quite true When your rivals and opponents make personal attacks againsy you, that is because they don’t have any more arguments left.

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