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09 November 2007
Neil Clark wins the Best UK Blog Award for 2007!
Neil Clark is the best UK Blogger of 2007! Many thanks to all The Exile readers who voted for him. Neil romped home with 1,116 votes in his column, and you can see the full results here.

Looking back to Friday night, which is when I found out that Neil was in this competition, I never imagined then that we would get involved in a campaign, still less that Neil would end up winning it. I posted a short piece asking folk to vote for him, then I sent him an e-mail with my best wishes and I thought that was the end of the matter. I said in my e-mail that will a bit of luck he could finish in 4th or 5th place, but given the heavyweight competition, that would be no disgrace.

The following day I was idly looking at the full list of ten finalists and I discovered that some of them were running a "stop Clarke" campaign. Reading further, the only explanation that I could come up with for this lunacy was the outrage that they felt at his temerity in opposing their plans to bring over to Britain 20,000 Iraqi Quislings. I couldn't decide whether these chancers were middle class filth or arse-licking scabs, but it didn't matter because the fuckers were going to be in for it either way as far as I was concerned.

So, as things were getting dirty I decided to get more involved with Neil's efforts...

Firstly, I wrote to my fellow pro-bloggers: the people who live in the USA, Canada and Britain and who money blog because they have no other fucking choice that is. In spite of all the lies that we are told, if you don't have your nose jammed up your gaffer's arsehole these days then you are on the cobbles. Neil believes in a collectivised economy, so getting them onside was very easy.

Via The Exile he got the people who know that the enemy is at home, and that enemy does not speak Arabic with an Iraqi accent. Those fuckers who were getting ready to shoot semen all over their monitors at the thought of Neil coming in last were the type of fuckers who voted to close down our factories, attack our unions and put us on the dole. Yes, The Exile's readership were not going to put up with scum like that getting cocky.

Finally, I spoke to Mexicans, and rather a lot of them. I pointed out that under the Mexican Constitution it is a crime punishable by death to collaborate with an enemy in time of war. No trial is provided for and any Mexican national is authorised to carry out the sentence. Mexico, like Iraq, has not only suffered western aggression, but it has a sorry history of collaboration with those enemies, hence the law which dates back over a century. Funnily enough, the only reason why Neil's vote isn't even higher is that the servers jammed up yesterday and people couldn't vote. Mexicans don't like collaborators, or those who encourage collaboration.

So, why did Neil Clark win this vote? He won it because he was the most popular choice, obviously. However, the scale of his victory is due to mouthy middle class filth with more gob than a cow has got cunt who needed to be reminded of their place.

For the next year Neil will have a nice little banner at the top of his page reminding everyone that his is the Best UK Blog for 2007.

Swivel on that, fuckers, and enjoy your defeat.

My dear Troglodyte,

You have absolutely no class whatsoever - and a whopping great chip on your shoulder.

Thanks for the heads up - you are absolutely right about Iain Dale and I have corrected that in my post and linked to your blog as the source of the correction.

That Neil Clark's blog was the most 'popular' is not in question - I even wrote that in my post about the competition (don't worry, you probably didn't get that far before you had to rant venomously in the comments section.)

However my opinion - and I'm entitled to it no matter what loudmouths like you think - is that his blog was infinitely inferior to EVERY other nominee. That Neil won with such a margin I can only attest to his campaigning skills.

As I said - he might not have deserved the win, but he worked for it. Good for him.


Proud, mouthy, middle-class filth.


9 November 2007 at 02:08  

Hmm, so you think that I want to be like you? A little doggie, all woofy around his master's ankle.

No mate, we don't want to be like you. We want to see you and your breed reduced to the level where you have to pimp your mam 'cos there is no food in the house.

Then we want to see you fucking buried.

9 November 2007 at 03:03  

Heh heh heh, I've just been having a look at the reaction to this.

Loving how much the self-proclaimed libertarians hate that people voted for someone they disagree with. Yeah, they love freedom alright, just as long as you do as they say. The hypocritical pot-smoking-nazi twats!

9 November 2007 at 16:06  

Yeah, Neil does bring that out, doesn't he?

Voting is not to allow you to choose, it is to allow you to confirm what nice people already knew. In this case that Neil C. I beyond the pale.

Until he wins something. Then it's different.

9 November 2007 at 20:47  

Yes, great victory to EU Referendum after Clark was eliminated for too much gob. :)

11 November 2007 at 14:40  

You should have tried this on a couple of days ago, Sir James, before the results became official.

11 November 2007 at 21:19  

I find it ironically amusing that, after having proudly noted the extreme lengths you went to in support of Mr. Clark (goodness, you have been busy!), you produce the line:

'So, why did Neil Clark win this vote? He won it because he was the most popular choice, obviously.'

A little bit of a contradiction, don't you think?

19 November 2007 at 10:21  

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