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More ridicule as Jonathan Pie lays into Liz Truss and Kwasi Kwarteng’s mini-budget

Truthbombs abound in the latest clip from Jonathan Pie.

“The economy is in a worse state than my gusset after a nasty follow-through!”

Laugh – and learn:

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Boris Johnson is gone: let’s laugh at him with Jonathan Pie [VIDEO; EXTREME LANGUAGE]

Gobsmacked: if Boris Johnson saw the video tribute to him by Jonathan Pie, was this his reaction?

This tribute is well-deserved.

Perhaps you’d like to add a tribute of your own? Feel free to put your opinion in the ‘Comment’ column – but please, be a little more moderate in your language than the charming Mr Pie.

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Did ‘no handouts’ Liz Truss really claim for Amazon Prime on her expenses? [VIDEO]

Exciting moment: is Liz Truss reacting to a tense piece of action on an Amazon Prime drama, funded from public money by her expenses claim?

Let’s have a couple more reactions to Liz Truss being propelled to the highest office in the land.

Here’s a serious one from The Mirror:

And a less serious on from Jonathan Pie… with a sting in the tale:

Standout comment from either of them is the claim that Truss – who insists that she won’t give “handouts” to the millions who will suffer because of her party’s policies in government – demanded that public money should pay for her subscription to Amazon Prime.

Is it true?

Is she demanding that we subsidise her viewing of orc attacks in Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power – and doesn’t she have a less expensive way of seeing her relatives?

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Javid and other MPs opposing Extinction Rebellion protests are on the wrong side of history

It seems perfectly clear to me. All the Tory government has to do to end the Extinction Rebellion protests is take action to halt the planetary harm that causes climate change.

Face it: the disruption to the lives of Londoners that is happening at the moment is tiny, compared to the disruption that will happen to everybody – and I mean everybody – if oblivious fat cat industrialists aren’t forced to stop thinking about their profits and start thinking about the planet.

Instead, Sajid Javid has said he wants police to use the “full force of the law” to stop the protests across the UK’s capital.

Why? Is that going to end the threat of climate change, then? Does he think if we can’t see anybody protesting about it, the problem will go away?

What about Environment Secretary Michael Gove, who said, “We’ve got the message”? Has he? What is he doing about it, then?

Nothing.

What about Claire “Bag of Air” Perry, the energy and climate change minister, who said she could not see that “disrupting one of world’s busiest transport systems … blocking emergency routes and making life difficult for so many is going to build consensus and support for the changes we need”? What legislation has she put forward to ensure those changes happen?

None.

Emma Thompson has the right idea.

The movie actress has flown back to London from Hollywood to become an Extinction Rebellion protester herself.

She made a short video to explain her reasons:

And she’s absolutely right; there is no ‘Planet B’ for us if a few greedy rich people ruin this one.

She’s got the message – it’s Michael Gove who hasn’t, even though he’ll say it until he’s blue in the face (not much change there, then).

Here’s another person who’s got the message – Jonathan Pie:

Again, he targeted Michael Gove. Rightly.

If Gove had got the message, he would have swung Tory policy into reverse and actually started making a difference today – and never mind the fact that it’s right in the middle of the Easter holidays; I don’t think the sixth mass extinction event respects UK government timetables.

But he hasn’t got the message. He’s sitting on his thumbs somewhere, dreaming about being the next useless Tory prime minister.

And Sajid Javid’s “full force of the law”?

In case he hasn’t noticed, the “full force of the law” is a lot less forceful than it was when his leaderene Theresa May took over as Home Secretary in 2010.

If he throws the “full force” of a few hundred tired and demoralised Met police officers at a few thousands protesters, he’ll only make everybody angry – especially when the pictures get shown on TV (or more likely, on the social media).

And then there’ll be a few thousand more protesters for him to handle.

How many will it take before he – and the rest of them – finally realise they’re not going to win, and that it’s better all round to help?

Source: Sajid Javid calls for ‘full force of law’ against Extinction Rebellion protesters | Environment | The Guardian


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Everyone’s favourite reporter discusses bombing Syria (among other things) STRONG LANGUAGE ALERT!

This Blog really needs a new photograph of spoof reporter Jonathan Pie.

This Blog really needs a new photograph of spoof reporter Jonathan Pie.

A new Jonathan Pie video is out.

(Actually it’s been around for a few days, but This Writer has been too snowed-under with work to realise.)

Knowing how much you all love your slices of Pie, it would be remiss of This Blog to deprive you. Here he is:

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In the run-up to Cameron’s conference speech, let’s recall his greatest achievement this year

Spoof reporter: Jonathan Pie

Spoof reporter: Jonathan Pie

[WARNING: STRONG LANGUAGE]

Remember Jonathan Pie?

It seems the spoof reporter just can’t get David Cameron’s alleged amorous encounter with a dead pig’s head off his mind; as the nation prepares (somewhat indifferently) for the Prime Minister’s speech to the Conservative Party conference, Mr Pie has come out with some words of his own.

Be warned – some of those words are rather salty!

If Vox Political readers are interested in Mr Pie’s opinions on other topical issues, please get in touch and This Writer will pass them on. I’m told he has a fairly strong opinion on most things, one way or the other.

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Here’s a reporter who has his priorities right. Shame about his bosses… (STRONG LANGUAGE)

Jonathan Pie: A star is born?

Jonathan Pie: A star is born?

This appeared on my Facebook feed and struck a chord with Yr Obdt Srvt, having quit newspapers partly because of the silly priorities of the people in charge.

I have no idea who Jonathan Pie is, or who employs him – smart money says he’s a fake, but take a look at this (strong language alert):

Afterthought: I reckon this chap is Tom Walker, under whose name it was posted. Look at his YouTube channel and you’ll see other material featuring the same person. It makes no difference to the message, though.

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