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The inauguration of Trump: Jonathan Pie reacts

Written By: - Date published: 11:00 am, January 24th, 2017 - 15 comments
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15 comments on “The inauguration of Trump: Jonathan Pie reacts ”

  1. Anne 1

    Watched it three times now. Marvellous. Every word is true.

    A whinging brainless mysogynist… a no-nothing spunk bubbler… a fuck headed egomaniac with a skull full of fetid shit… a sub-literate braggart… a bloated incandescent ego-maniacal ill informed gurning (?) slug. And that’s only some of it. Love it.

  2. red-blooded 2

    Great comedy – what a pity that it’s also true!

  3. Rosemary McDonald 3

    I thought “oompa loompa” was a bit harsh….

  4. rhinocrates 4

    Meanwhile, His Imperial Bigly Majesty President Generalissimo Archduke Pope Dr Donald J Ramesses Nibbick Kerplunk Kerplunk Whoops Where’s My Thribble Trump PhD, DDS, OBE, Licensed Electrician SPCA DDT MSG H2SO4 declares his inauguration a national holiday:


  5. Morrissey 5

    “Imagine if you’d TRAVELED to see that speech—well by the looks of it, not many people did.”

  6. Tautoko Mangō Mata 6

    “More troubling signs from the new administration.
    By Ken Klippenstein / AlterNet January 23, 2017

    One of Donald Trump’s first acts as president was to personally issue Proclamation 9570, which designates the day of his inauguration, January 20, 2017 as National Day of Patriotic Devotion.”

    And he’s NOT JOKING!
    “Special Observances: National Day of Patriotic Devotion (Proc. 9570)”


    It is getting harder to lampoon!

    • Anne 6.1

      We’ve regressed to the 1930s but this time the fascist nation is America. Something my late father predicted 50 years ago!

      • Morrissey 6.1.1

        Trump is horrific, no doubt about it. But the United States has been horrific long before he got anywhere near the levers of power….


        • Anne

          Interesting link Morrissey.

          It might explain why my father made that prediction. He was a former British soldier who reached the rank of Captain before leaving the military. In the 1920s (his youthful years) he was part of a top secret mission into Russia. He had some experience of the American military in the Pacific during WW2 and he came to despise them.

  7. aerobubble 7

    Trump came to power misdirecting, by effective playing the media. Look at me I’m Trump. So its perplexing, why anothing wankfest about Trump. He wants the attention, te war with Fox, so dumbarses can peddle cheap flat media and not do real media reporting. See Trump is right, you media just love to do a lousy job.

    Now sue I expect TV1 to do stories on Trump and the Church of Science etc, they gave up news long ago. But seriously wasting Standard Thread? Are you serious not aware of how media buy in to the distraction, is how they authenticate Trump, how they normalizes him.

    He’s not funny, funny is how you endorse him. Trump is a senile old man who believe putting a blanket on his bed in the hottest summer, in a line of hotter and hotter summers, will make his bed cooler. aka blanket of CO2.

    Trump believes that oil and cars will make the US great again.

    Or maybe he is such a f*up that he’s the President we all deserve.

  8. rhinocrates 8

    No wonder CV idolises him:



    The president is a 70-year-old child whose TV time must be closely monitored — because any news story that upsets his ego will trigger a temper tantrum followed by irrational demands that his indulgent, overwhelmed guardians will be helpless to refuse.

    Or so Donald Trump’s aides keep confiding to the nearest available reporter.

    On Sunday, one of the president’s confidantes told Politico that his staffers have to “control information that may infuriate him,” a task made difficult by the fact that the leader of the free world “gets bored and likes to watch TV.”

  9. Sanctuary 9

    Nothing yet beats Pycho Milts “tangerine rape Nazi” IMHO.

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