Seems fair

A Bristol newspaper is outing the jerks who plagued media announcements about Greta Thunberg with threats of violence. They pulled names and faces off their profiles and publicly posted them, with examples of their threats.

Strangely, I notice that all of them are men — who’d have thought it? — and half of them pose in their profiles with alcoholic beverages. I am particularly impressed with the hypocrisy of the guy in the top left who has festooned his profile with the words, “Be kind”.

I’d say media sources should do more of this, except that there are so many of them I’m afraid every paper in the world would be reduced to page after page of photos declaring “these are the assholes who read this paper.”


  1. davidc1 says

    And i bet they voted leave in 2016 ,and bojo in Dec .The scumbag with the beer and the Union Jack behind him is a typical gammon .I bet he is a member of the english defence league .

  2. mikebarnes says

    It’s especially bizarre as David Attenborough, who says most of the same things, doesn’t get much hate directed at him. Could it be to do with something else, and nothing to do with the climate, perhaps?

  3. methuseus says

    am particularly impressed with the hypocrisy of the guy in the top left who has festooned his profile with the words, “Be kind”.


    He, of course, means be kind to him and those he supports, not to people in general.

  4. says

    I’ve been thinking of something similar ever since I found out there’s a white supremacist dating site. I’m generally against doxing but I’m sure I can find a few worthy individuals on

  5. eleanor says

    And you just know that these dickheads who fantasize about crushing dissent with violence would also insist that they support “British freedoms” and despise “political correctness”.

  6. davidc1 says

    @7 On the whole i think the internet is the greatest thing since sliced bread.
    Should we have banned printing because Mein Kampf was produced on a printing press .
    Because of the internet i have been able to listen to the theme song to Fireball XL5 ,didn’t hear it for close on 50 years .

    I know it won’t mean much to everyone else .

  7. davidc1 says

    This is a better version ,didn’t realise Veus looked so much like Pamela Anderson .lol.

  8. chuckonpiggott says

    I can’t believe the one guy is drinking Bud Light. Really, you have better options in England.

  9. says

    @#13, gijoel:

    He does, it’s true, but that shirt has such a 70s vibe, and he’s bald like whatsisname, the villain with the “mini-me”… can’t you just see him sitting with a bunch of other villains in egg-like white plastic chairs, around an oval table, plotting world domination?