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The free spirits

Russell Brand

Russell BrandBanned from South Africa and known for his “notoroious drug use, alcoholism and promiscuity”, this comedian is nothing but controversial. Brand has more followers than Stephen Fry on Twitter and signed a £1.8 million book deal with HarperCollins in 2008. He describes himself as  being like an “S&M Willy Wonka”.


10 comments on “Russell Brand”

  1. South Africa has its hands full with Julius Sello Malema Commander-in-Chief of the Economic Freedom Fighters Political Movement. Jacob Zuma is rumoured to sing “What do you do with a problem Like Julius” when he takes a bath. South Africa does not need Russell Brand. What Russell Brand and Julius Malema have in common is probably the clap.

  2. l see Matthew; so you do make mistakes after all

    But, if you are going to make a mistake; you might as well make a big one…..this is a mistake that will come back to haunt you like a ‘ long tail ‘ at Lloyds

    He is seriously rancid goods, he and Jonathan Ross are part of what I refer to as part of ‘ the way forward ‘

    The words nasty and vile don’t come near to describing these two unspeakable ‘ cults ‘

  3. Matthew Steeples article on Russell Brand is relevant and objective, there is no bias or prejudice. Brand has infiltratet the Goldsmith clan, attempting to become a more powerful mouthpiece……..They are all tossers..

  4. Chaim behave. Sometimes, like now, I think you deserve a really good slap.

    You deplore “attacking character and becoming abusive”, yet you are rudely dismissive of the Goldsmiths.

    I know the family well, having worked closely with Jimmy Goldsmith for nearly two years and I had lunch with the family at Ormerley most weekends during that time. They have their eccentricities. They have their passions. They may not live in Margate, but, in my book, they are far from being ‘tossers’.

    So as I say Chaim: BEHAVE! You know not of what you speak.

    1. Jimmy Goldsmith was not a pleasant man. Some might say he displayed all the traits of a psychopath.
      And never forget, this was a man once a ardent and committed europhile.
      I had the misery of having to work with Robert Maxwell for a couple of years. Similar men, though Eton burnished Goldsmith.

  5. Glenmore, I am a satirist, the Golsmiths are not wounded soldiers or vulnerable people. They are very privileged and should be durable enough to take a punch on the chin. Did you spy for Jimmy?

  6. Russell Brand advocates promiscuity and obscenity. He won the Sun newspapers ” shagger of the year award” He boasts of three- somes involving the blue boys. He is a tosser…..

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