Monday, 1 January 2018

The Grønmark Blog 2017 Politics Awards: Politics - Part One

Most Stupid Politician of the Year:  Diane Abbott (yet again)
Runner Up: Yasmin Alibhai Brown:
(Because nobody went skiing or owned a second home or drank wine before Britain joined the EU?)

Freudian Slip of the Year:

Brexit Derangement Syndrome Victim of the Year: A.C. Grayling (no contest, really)
(Support for Brexit has risen by 9% since the referendum.)

Pet Victim Group: Transexuals

Most Inflated Non-Issue: Transgenderism

Most Overdue Defenestration: Robert Mugabe

Best Political Joke of the Year: 
Q. What does Bill Clintom say to Hillary after sex?
A. I'll be home in 20 minutes

Pot Calling the Kettle Black Award: Alastair Campbell
Alastair Campbell is lecturing us about lies and hatred?

Guilty Pleasure of the Year: Donald Trump moving America's Israeli embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem

Most Delightful Come-Uppance for Entertainment Industry Lefties: What's happened to Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey and all the rest of them

The Most Irrelevant Excuse of the Year Award is jointly shared by Kevin Spacey's ("I choose now to live as a gay man") and Diane Abbott, who blamed her bizarre assertion that each newly appointed police officer would cost us £30 a year on her diabetes.

Most Hilarious Left-Wing Social Media Meme: Leftie lying about what their kids' are supposed to have said:

Most Hilarious Parody Book Cover

Political cartoon of the Year: Matt (again)
Ray of Hope on the Tory Benches: Kemi Badenoch MP for actually being a conservative

Least Upsetting Announcement of a Death: Martin McGuinness

Most Viciously Effective Social Media Put-Down: Ben Shapiro

Best Political Tweeter: James Wood

Most Amusing Political Jape: petition demanding that J.K Rowling invite 18 immigrants to live with her

The Bad News Story That Kept Refusing to Happen:

Most Hilarious Snowflake Speech: Meryl Streep at the Academy Awards

The Most Delicious Failure by a Brexiteer To Retrospectively Impose The Will of the Metropolitan Elite on the Rest of Us: Gina Miller (again)

The Moment the BBC Went Full Dhimmi:  

The Snowflake Award for Embodying Compassion:

The 2017 Several Sandwiches Short of a Picnic Award:

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