James Oh Brien

James Oh Brien


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Boris Johnson failed to declare a private meeting with a ‘former’ KGB spy currently sanctioned in Canada for being part of Putin’s inner circle. Keir Starmer was a bit late declaring a complimentary ticket to the British Kebab Awards. Peas in a pod.

The insistence that Trump shouldn't be investigated by the FBI or Johnson by the Privileges Committee is, of course, proof that their respective supporters know their man is guilty as sin. The Daily Mail inevitably offers full-throated support to both of them today.

It's so daft. Brussels, lawyers, France, 'wokeness', red tape, BLM, 'diversity training', National Trust. Confected enemy after confected enemy after confected enemy. All to keep the anger bubbling & distract from the fact that these people have been in charge for *twelve* years.

It is objectively outrageous - & supremely unsurprising - that a man who ceased to be Prime Minister *twelve years ago* is more concerned about the cost of living crisis than the man who is Prime Minister *now*.

If he was, say, hoping to pass classified nuclear weapon intel to the Saudis for cash or commercial preferment, friend or foe who would actually be surprised?

They just hate everyone. It's not political, it's psychological.

Sewage being pumped into our seas by businesses making enormous profits while Tories call for *less* regulation of business sums up the state of the nation.

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There’s something rather significant about Boris Johnson speaking up for statues of dead white supremacists while Marcus Rashford speaks up for 1.3 million hungry British children of every creed & colour.

Give this one an RT, eh lads? I don’t normally ask but it’s important because he’s still telling porkies all over the place & going largely unchallenged.

When people tell you who they are, believe them the first time.

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Presumably, former chief whip Gavin Williamson got his ridiculous knighthood for keeping schtum about the extra-marital blow job that is now public knowledge anyway. What an utterly appalling shambles our country has become.

And there it is. Worst fears apparently confirmed. Every single time you told yourself it couldn’t all be down to the pound shop Machiavelli, that nobody could allow these life & death decisions to be taken on the fly, a little voice piped up to remind you who was Prime Minister.

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A digital only subscription to the newspaper reporting that the government is planing to abolish the licence fee is, at £312, more than double the annual cost of the licence fee. That's one newspaper for £312-a-year versus *everything* the BBC provides for £154.50. Get it yet?

I would say - and for once I'm actually vaguely qualified to comment - that BBC managers, already bruised by lack of access to ministers, have bowed to pressure from the government & let Emily Maitlis down very badly.

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