Monday, April 27, 2009

The Times Can't Tell Its Miliband From Its Elbow


Oh dear. A banner on the Times website this evening... Did you know it's the paper of record?

21 comments:

Matthew said...

Haha, Miliband being on the banner of anything is rather sad, rather depressing and hopefully his face won't be on anything that means he's got power.

Cato said...

Two pillocks sharing one name!

Martin Day said...

Somebody seems to have dropped a Banana skin there!

RW said...

It's about time this particular record was changed. It's been played so many times it's worn out, and still means no more than it ever did.

BTW Did you know that Antartica is getting cooler? This disconcerting information comes from pragmatic observation of temperature over time.

That won't do to satisfy the ecofreaks, so a new doomtheory will have to be cooked up PDQ, or else Miliband Junior will be out of a job.

Step forward Sir Nicholas Stern! We need you to save the planet (yet again). Oh, and Ed Miliband's expenses, while you're at it.

trevorsden said...

ComRes puts Tories on 45

45 26 17

4 0f the last 6 polls put Tories on 45 with only one putting Labour as high as 30.

This is a pretty solid indication of national thinking.

If the nation really wants to get rid of Brown it can gird its loins and do the business in the June elections.

Bad results in themselves might force Brown out but they would clearly give the Cabinet the ammunition to throw him out.

June is going to be very very interesting - don't book your holidays for then Iain.

Pete said...

anyone still deceived by the warmists only need consider who promotes them.

then read Lord Monkton's letter here :
http://scienceandpublicpolicy.org/images/stories/papers/reprint/markey_and_barton_letter.pdf

Grumpy Old Man said...

The biggest barrier to preventing climate change is that the Sun refuses to be legislated against.

denverthen said...

Dear God.

And how much did that bit of Millipede vanity cost me?

Mark Fulford said...

Oh dear, climate change deniers just don't get any of it.

Conand said...

It doesn't really matter which one they use in the picture. They're both total non-entities. They were grown in a tank and then indoctrinated with nonsense.
Smaller chubbier miliband (for it is he) is a defeatist on energy policy, like all the other labour numpties.
I think that he's really talking about Labour defeatism (Dolly taught me pop-psychology).

jaydeeaitch said...

In the spirit of your post, Mark Fulford, please prove your standpoint.

denverthen said...

The Times makes a bit of a comeback with this one:

http://technology.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/tech_and_web/the_web/article6182161.ece

The quote from Guido is witty.

Bath plugs for the many, not the few said...

One Miliband for the price of two: seems like a very good deal.

The Grim Reaper said...

Can you blame them? Both of them are boring drones with no brains or personalities of their own - it's no wonder The Times got confused.

cassandra said...

"preventing climate change"??????

That is just about the silliest statement I have heard in a good while, the climate has been changing for billions of years from hot to cold, ice age to warm period with all sorts in between!

Does the muffin think that the planet can be constrained into a narrow climatic straight jacket dictated by the political commissars?
Millibrain should be confined to minister in charge of chasing rainbows for that elusive pot of gold, finding it would help to offset the newlabour tipping point into oblivion?
The obvious decline of the newlabour regime is made plain and clear when retarded imbeciles like Millibrain can spew out trash like this.
I predict the only manmade climate change occuring will be a change in the political climate from red to blue in about one years time, I hope to God the Tories are planning to ditch the patently ridiculous AGW/MMCC drivel ASAP.
I know that our political classes are slow on the uptake but the tide is turning against the ecomentalist loony warmist religion and soon its supporters are going to be ridiculed and laughed at for years to come.

Come on Dave, look at the Emperor closely because he really has no clothes and you really dont want to be the last to see it do you?

Troy said...

Wierdly the picture was of the right (?) Miliband earlier on in the evening.

So they really don't know their Miliband from their elbow!

trevorsden said...

The Sun is embarked on a protracted period of low activity.

Even The Independent has to recognise this.
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/the-missing-sunspots-is-this-the-big-chill-1674630.html
"The missing sunspots: Is this the big chill?"
"If so, it could alter all our predictions of climate change, and show that our understanding of climate change might not be anywhere near as good as we thought. "

How did that get past the censor?

Victor, NW Kent said...

Matthew Fulford is typical of the Warmist School of Science - it is so because it is so. Dogma, it is called.

Those of us who older remember many earlier times of UK flooding, of severe winters, of prolonged hot droughts. We did not classify those as evidence of climate change - we considered then to be natural phenomena. I experienced the winter of 1947 and the summer of 1948 as a youth. In 1952 I worked on flood relief in the West country for two weeks.

31 years ago the big climate story was that because of El Nino and El Nina we were going to enter a new mini Ice Age. Daily we read from climatologists the absolute proof that this would happen.

However, I will ask Mr Fulford the same question that I have asked of so many. It is this - If you accept that there have been several glacial epochs please tell me how and why Earth emerged from those, independent of man-caused global warming?

Little Black Sambo said...

(Those beesting lips!) For a long time now the Times has been written by teenagers.

Little Black Sambo said...

Mark Fulford: "Oh dear!" - it sounds as though you are "sad" at the stupidity of others. And what is it that we pitiable wretches don't "get any" of?

trevorsden said...

The dangers E.Milliband faces
http://wattsupwiththat.com/2009/04/28/britain%E2%80%99s-only-wind-turbine-plant-to-close/