Sunday, October 17, 2021

Wally of the Week 2021 – Diane Abbott MP

In claiming “Jeremy [Corbyn] is always right” the ultimate dumbo Diane Abbott MP yet again shows herself as an utter berk

This morning on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, she-who-wears-two-left-shoes Diane Abbott MP ludicrously suggested “Jeremy [Corbyn] is always right” and claimed his replacement as leader of the Labour party, Sir Keir Starmer MP, talks “nonsense” and is “quite strange.”

 

In the wake of Andy McDonald MP quitting Sir Keir’s front bench, the former shagging partner of Jeremy Corbyn ridiculously rambled on about the minimum wage and ranted:

 

“Andy McDonald is a very nice man… He is personally very committed to fairness and justice.”

 

“I argue that there is no point clapping… You can’t live on claps… It’s no good clapping these people and then not being prepared to give them a decent minimum wage.”

 

“On the question of Keir Starmer, I think we have to look at some of his advisors. It now seems that Peter Mandelson is a top advisor to Keir Starmer.”

 

“We only have to look at Peter Mandelson’s life and times to understand where he stands in relation to the wealthy and the powerful.”

 

“I think Keir Starmer’s problems are his advisors and he needs to be listening to his own party and grass roots party members more.”

 

“Keir Starmer’s people are spinning it, but in 2017, people forget you know, Jeremy got more votes than any other Labour leader and, you know, if he hadn’t had most of the PLP attacking him night and day, he might possibly have won in 2017.”

 

Curiously, during the interview, the “intellectual giant” Diane Abbott got lucky and managed to swerve such issues as that of her own son’s criminality and her remarkable inability to add up. Whatever next for her? An appearance on Countdown? Anne Robinson would quake in her boots faced with this brainbox. Not.

 

Diane Abbott Margaret Burke racist Nazi
Shame on her – She-who-cannot-use-a-calculator Diane Abbott MP is happy to be photographed with convicted racists such as Margaret Burke, a Labour councillor who disgustingly dressed up in a Nazi uniform and recruited youths to daub buildings with swastikas.
Diane Abbott MP
Aside from being utterly inept with numbers, Abbott is someone who cannot intelligently engage in any kind of debate without resorting to blaming white people for whatever she believes to be wrong with any situation.

Illogical messages from Diane Abbott MP

Responding to be accused of not being able to add up:

“I do know my figures.”

 

“Of course, I think things through.”

 

“I’m here, of course I’m here. I’m doing a media interview, I’m going on to do another media interview. There’s no truth that I’m not in the media talking about what happened.”

 

“I think I’m Shadow Home Secretary.”

 

Diane Abbott on the cost of recruiting 10,000 police officers:

“If we recruit 10,000 police officers, men and women, over a four year period, we believe it will be about £300,000… Sorry, I mean, they will cost, it will cost, erm, about £80 million.”

 

“We will be paying them the average, it’s been thought through. Of course it’s been thought through.”

 

“What we said is, of course, we’ll find the money to recruit the 10,000 police people by cutting the, cutting the money… I think that would give us 170, erm, sorry… We would find the money by restoring levels of capital gains tax.”

 

On racism:

“The British invented racism.”

 

“White people love playing divide and rule. We should not play their game… I don’t think saying that is racist… It was part of a sequenced debate that I said that.”

 

“We need unity between black, Asian, minority ethnic and Muslim people – we need the maximum public show of unity. Because time after time, in the past 32 years, I’ve seen efforts of people to organise disrupted by white people.”

 

On dogs:

“I was a postman one Christmas and I developed a morbid fear of dogs.”

 

On her own marriage:

“I wanted my marriage to work, but it didn’t.”

 

On “outsiders” and “insiders”:

“Outsiders often have an insight than an insider doesn’t quite have.”

 

On being an MP:

“Being an MP is a good job, the sort of job all working-class parents want for their children – clean, indoors and no heavy lifting. What could be nicer?”

 

“I want power. I suppose that’s the story of my life – seeking power.”

 

“I’m in politics to be a voice for people who don’t have a voice.”

 

On the Kurdistan Workers’ Party:

“There is no difference between the PKK and ISIS.”

 

On the vile piece of toerag that is Naomi Campbell:

“I am a fangirl of Naomi Campbell.”

 

On why she wanted to be Labour’s candidate to be Mayor of London:

“One of my advantages, if I was Labour’s candidate, is that loads of people know me. I’m not just talking about politics – they’ve seen me on Come Dine With Me, they’ve seen me on Pointless.”

 

“I am not associated with the past.”

 

On women in Northern Ireland:

“Women in Northern Ireland are second class citizens.”

 

Diane Abbott on supporting the IRA:

“Defeat for the British state would be a great liberation. A defeat in Northern Ireland would be a defeat indeed.”

 

On supposedly changing her views on supporting the IRA:

“It was 34 years ago, I had a rather splendid afro at the time. I don’t have the same hairstyle, I don’t’ have the same views. It was 34 years on. The hairstyle is gone, some of the views are gone.”

 

On supposedly changing her views about MI5:

“At that time, I and a lot of people felt MI5 needed reforming. It has since been reformed and, of course, I would not call for its abolition now. That MI5 has gone. It’s been reformed, it’s a different MI5 and that’s why so many of us are able to support it now.”

 

Diane Abbott on Mao Zedong:

“I suppose some people will judge that on balance Mao did more good than harm… He led his country from feudalism, he helped to defeat the Japanese and he left his country on the verge of the great economic success they are having now. I was just putting the case for Mao.”

 

Insulting white mothers:

“West Indian mums will go to the wall for their children.”

 

On being a mother:

“I put being a mother ahead of being a politician.”

 

On abortion:

“Abortion is an issue of conscience for the Labour party.”

 

“I believe every abortion is a tragedy.”

 

Diane Abbott on sex:

“Of course, sex is great. We don’t have to pretend otherwise.”

 

On masculinity:

“There is a crisis of masculinity in Britain because of the pressures rapid economic and social change have placed on masculine identity. A generation of men are in transit and unclear of their social role. They are also under pressure to live up to pornified ideals.”

 

Diane Abbott on her decision to send her criminal son to a private school:

“[It was] indefensible and intellectually incoherent.”

 

“I’m not the only Labour MP who sent their child to public school, but I’m the only one who’s questioned about it.”

 

On parenting:

“When fast food is not a treat but a dietary staple, the children surf the Internet all day in dark corners of the room and are bombarded with the latest gadgets. Things replace parental standards.”

 

“Tackling obesity is key… Families are struggling against a tide of junk information on junk food.”

 

Diane Abbott on being demoted to the backbenches:

“I was a backbencher for a few years and there is an awful lot to do on the backbenches.”

 

On her political strategy:

“[I am going to stop Labour going into a] dead end.”

 

“In politics, the people I most despise are those who have no values.”

 

On defending the indefensible:

“You can’t defend the indefensible. Anything you say sounds self-serving and hypocritical.”

 

Diane Abbott on her many mistakes:

“You learn from your mistakes.”

 

On her future plans:

“I want to write a best-selling book.”

 

On being intensely disliked:

“[I am the] most abused of any Labour MP ever.”

 

And a final word from Diane Abbott:

“This is going round in circles… I’ve got nothing more to say, I’ve got nothing more to say.”

 

Matthew Steeples
A graduate of the London School of Economics, Matthew Steeples is a writer and marketing consultant. He conceived The Steeple Times as a media arena to fill the void between the Mail Online, The Huffington Post and such organs as the New York Social Diary in 2012.

4 COMMENTS

  1. You know it is not very PC or democratic but for our survival and our general good we should really somehow societal-y come up with a filter through which to firstly put aspirant politicians. Gone would be the complete phuq-wits and those driven entirely by ego and perceived (or needed) destiny: Certainly gone would be those who tick both boxes and the need for the above article. It would save about £10m in salaries attending the constituted current gaggle, we would still be in Europe where we belong and I could listen to Radio 4 without the risk of crashing my new Mini.

  2. Oh dear, some of her ramblings are epic. But, goodness gracious me, her comments about Peter Mandelson are spot on. Even a broken clock is right twice a day.

  3. I’m absolutely amazed that this woman has been an MP for so long, my god, who’s she sleeping with?
    Like Geoff mentioned, we surely need to come up with some sort of a filter that these muppets can’t squeeze through.
    To think the salary this dunce is being paid, along with the perks of office, and a nice pension to top it all off, is quite honestly, a bloody disgrace.
    As a home secretary, she would definitely be better off staying Home, in the kitchen, and please, NO MORE INTERVIEWS.

    • Oh Dodge, Dodge, Dodge, please. No. No. NO. The very thought of Diane in the errr, bedroom, is beyond horrific. Given her tendency for mixing things up I dread to think of the results if she took it upon herself to perform fellatio. The poor chap would probably end up filled with air he’d either float away down Downing Street or, God forbid, expel an enormous botty-cough it would resemble an earthquake, the tremors being felt in St Ives to the West and John o ‘Groats in the North. I’ll leave it here.

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