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Erdogan and the goat – more sublime poetry (illustrated)

(weekend blog) Yesterday I graced you with a little limerick I had written about Turkish President Erdogan’s amorous adventures with a goat:

Let’s all insult Erdogan the Turk
Who is a totalitarian jerk
He f*cked a goat
Vagina, anus and throat
That Turk’s a nasty piece of work

A reader then sent me a few other Erdogan+goat poems I imagine he or she found floating around the Internet. Here they are and apologies to those of you who have already read them:

erdogan and goat 1


erdogan and goat 2


erdogan and goat 3


A goat humping rapey fat shia,
With Sunni mate full of taqiyah,
Aimed right and “sincere”
Up Billy goats rear,
And yells “Yay, Sharia is here!”


erdogan and goat 4


erdogan and goat 5


And here’s an offering from a reader north of the border

erdogan and merkel


5 comments to Erdogan and the goat – more sublime poetry (illustrated)

  • UNdemocratic

    UN has decided its the end of free speech, the best outcome would be the end of the UN.

    UN Plots War On Free Speech To Stop “Extremism” Online.

    The United Nations Security Council wants a global “framework” for censoring the Internet, as well as for using government propaganda to “counter” what its apparatchiks call “online propaganda,” “hateful ideologies,” and “digital terrorism.” To that end, the UN Security Council this week ordered the UN “Counter-Terrorism Committee” — yes, that is a real bureaucracy — to draw up a plan by next year. From the Obama administration to the brutal Communist Chinese regime, everybody agreed that it was time for a UN-led crackdown on freedom of speech and thought online — all under the guise of fighting the transparently bogus terror war.
    The UN, ridiculed by American critics as the “dictators club,” will reportedly be partnering with some of the world’s largest Internet and technology companies in the plot. Among the firms involved in the scheme is Microsoft, which, in a speech before the Security Council on May 11, called for “public-private partnerships” between Big Business and Big Government to battle online propaganda. As this magazine has documented, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, and other top tech giants have all publicly embraced the UN and its agenda for humanity. Many of the more than 70 speakers also said it was past time to censor the Internet, with help from the “private sector.”


  • Georgie Porgy

    I see George Osbourne Scaremongering about Brexit again this morning, the Sky will Fall in etc. Really working hard for his elite masters.

  • bertie Brown

    Great news , just cancelled my TV Licence with the Brussels Broadcasting Corporation… No more propoganda its wonderful.

  • Kim Trills

    Lets put it out of its Misery..Only a Lunatic would vote to stay in Europe.

    “However, the Eurozone is likely to be the greatest victim of a change in interest rate direction. The litany of potential problems for the Eurozone makes Chidiock Titchborne’s Elegy, written on the eve of his execution, sound comparatively upbeat. Negative yields on government debt will have to be quickly reversed if the euro itself is to be prevented from sliding sharply lower against the dollar. Bankrupt Eurozone governments are surviving only because of the ECB’s money-printing, which will have to restricted, and government borrowing exposed to the mercy of global markets. Key Eurozone banks are undercapitalised compared with the risks they face from higher interest rates, so they will do well to survive without failing. There is also a growing undercurrent of political unrest throughout Europe, fuelled by persistent austerity and not helped by the refugee problem. Lastly, if the British electorate votes for Brexit, it will almost certainly be Chidiock’s grisly end for the European project.”

    “Officially, the Italian government’s debt-to-GDP ratio stands at 130%, and since the public sector is 50% of GDP, government debt is 260% of the Italian tax base. It is also the nature of these things that these official numbers probably understate the true position.

    If the Eurozone is the greatest risk to global financial and systemic stability, Italy looks like being the trigger at its core. The virtuous circle of Italian banks, pension funds and insurance companies, funding ever-increasing quantities of debt for the government, is failing. Pension funds and insurers cannot match their liabilities at current interest rates, and importantly, the banks are under water with non-performing loans to the tune of €360bn, about 18% of all their lending. It also represents 19.4% of GDP, or because the NPLs are all in the private sector, it is 39% of private sector GDP.”

    “All financial prices in the Eurozone are badly skewed, most obviously by the ECB, which will be increasing its monthly bond purchases from next month to as much as €80bn. So far, the price inflation environment has been benign, doubtless encouraging the ECB to think the inflationary consequences of monetary policy are nothing to worry about. But from the beginning of this year, things have been changing.”

    “Imagine, if instead of yielding 1.5%, Italian ten-year bond yields more accurately reflected Italy’s finances, by moving to the 7-10% band.

    This would result in write-downs of between 40% and 50% on these bonds. The effect on Eurozone bank balance sheets would be obvious, with many banks in the PIGS2 needing to be rescued. Less obvious perhaps would be the effect on the ECB’s own balance sheet, requiring it to be recapitalised by its shareholders. This can be easily engineered, but the political ramifications would be a complication at the worst possible moment, bearing in mind all EU non-Eurozone central banks, such as the Bank of England, are also shareholders and would be part of the whip-round.”

    “Financial and economic prospects for the Eurozone have many similarities to the 1972-75 period in the UK, which this writer remembers vividly. Equity markets lost 70% between May 1972 and December 1974, cost of funding was reflected in a 15-year maturity UK Treasury bond with a 15.25% coupon, and monthly price inflation peaked at 27%. There was a banking crisis, with a number of property-lending banks failing, and sterling went through a bad time. The atmosphere became so gloomy, that there was even talk of insurrection.3

    This time, the prospects facing the Eurozone potentially could be worse. The obvious difference is the far higher levels of debt, which will never allow the ECB to run interest rates up sufficiently to kill price inflation. More likely, positive rates of only one or two per cent would be enough to destabilise the Eurozone’s financial system.”


  • brian ( aged 59@1/2)

    Merkel fucked a Turkish perv,
    His name was Erdogen,
    She took him to the baths one day,
    To see if he could swim,
    He sank to the bottom, he floated to the top,
    Merkel got so nervous,
    She knelt and sucked his cock,

    The Turk was really happy,
    As he fucked the old kraut’s throat,
    He thought he was back down the mosque,
    Where he fucked a Billy Goat,
    He stole the EU money and stuck it in his coat,
    He thought, this is fun,she smells quite ripe,
    Just like my favourite goat.

    The fat Krauts arse appealed to him,
    As she handed him our dough,
    Then she did away with visas,
    For reasons we don’t know,
    So when you hear a girls been raped ,
    The thing to ask is how,
    The UK let the Turks in here,
    Because of that fat cow .

    The EU followed Merkel’s lead,
    And took it up the arse,
    A bunch of fucking wankers,
    A total fucking farce!,
    So why won’t Britain’s stand and fight and put this scum to flight ?
    Scared of a bunch of paedophiles, a sack of useless shite ?

    So fuck the fucking lot of them,
    Each craven Quisling git,
    Who betray us every chance they get,
    Like Cameron,the Shit.
    And when your children ask you,
    How this all came to be,
    They will spit and sneer and curse you,
    For going down on bended knee.

    As Muslim Turks roam round your town,
    And girls are groomed and raped,
    Dare not complain, you gutless Brits,
    Teach your children Allah’s great.

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