Donald Trump parody song


This 6 March 2016 parody music video from Britain is called Donald Trump – “Another 10ft on the Wall”.

It is a parody of the song Another brick in the wall by British band Pink Floyd.

The lyrics are:

We don’t need no state protection
We don’t need no border control
No dark-skinned children in our classrooms
Keep those kids in Mexico

Hey, America! I’ll even make ’em pay for it
If they don’t play ball, I’ll just put another ten feet on the wall
All in all, it’s just another ten feet on the wall

We don’t need no anchor babies
We don’t need no burritos
We don’t want no Muslims either
Send ’em all to Mexico

Hey, America! Watch me make ’em pay for it
If they don’t play ball, I’ll just put another ten feet on the wall
All in all, I’m just a loud-mouthed prick called Donald

Last week, Twitter retrieved the comic strip above — a 1999 Doonesbury classic in which Garry Trudeau, the strip’s creator, saw Trump-the-candidate coming a mile away. Trudeau has been drawing the racist presidential nominee since 1987. The strip is one of many collected in an anthology of cartoons called “Yuge! 30 Years of Doonesbury on Trump,” which came out in July. Trudeau responded to questions about the viral strip, his career and the book by email on Friday.: here

British Blairite Labour leader candidate Smith defeated, satiric song


This 24 September 2016 parody music video from Britain is called The Owen Smiths – “I Know It’s Over“.

It is about Blairite candidate for Labour leader Owen Smith‘s defeat by Jeremy Corbyn.

The song is a parody of the song by The Smiths: “I Know It’s Over“.

The lyrics are:

Oh boyo, I can feel the soil falling over my head
And now my leadership hopes are dead
Oh well, ‘nuff said

I know it’s over, still I sing
I don’t know where else I can go, boyo

Oh boyo, I can feel the soil falling over my head
Jeremy said he would let me back into the shadow cabinet
But I must ride off into the sunset
Don’t cry for me, please be happy
My tears will drench the back benches
Loud, loutish members of Momentum
They love Jeremy more than they love me

I know it’s over, still I sing
I don’t know where else I can go
It’s over, it’s over, it’s over
I know it’s over and it never really begun
But in my heart it was so real
And if I could speak to myself I’d say:

If you’re so radical, then why are you on your own tonight?
If you’re such a socialist, then why are you on your own tonight?
If you’re so very electable, then why are you on your own tonight?
And if you’re so very fit for purpose, then why are you on your own tonight?

JEREMY CORBYN’S emphatic victory yesterday will fill his many supporters with joy. With 61.8 per cent of the vote, Corbyn has received an even larger mandate to lead the biggest party in British politics than he did this time last year. This is remarkable. Because since the Islington North MP, veteran campaigner for peace, social justice and equality and long-term Morning Star weekly columnist was first elected to lead the Labour Party a year ago, he has been under constant attack: here.

Corbyn’s victory was achieved in the teeth of a coup attempt led by the party’s Blairite wing, supported by the vast majority of the party’s MPs and backed by every one of Britain’s TV channels and major newspapers, including Britain’s state broadcaster the BBC, and the nominally liberal Guardian: here.

Britain’s Cameron’s Libya war, parody song


This 20 September parody music video from Britain about the 2011 war on Libya is called SnoutKast – “Lib Ya!”

The song is a parody of the song by OutKastHey Ya!

The image in this video depicts British former Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron and the dead pig Mr Cameron is said by a fellow Conservative to have had sexual intercourse with as an initiation ritual of an élite student society.

The name Snoutkast in the parody title refers to that dead pig‘s snout.

The lyrics are:

Great Britain don’t mess around when there’s a mad dictator making crazy threats
Let’s go in all guns blazing with the Royal Navy and the RAF
Might leave a power vacuum but I’ve no time for coherent strategy
Just bomb them to the stone age and with luck you should be home in time for tea

Lib ya!

I think I get it, yeah I think I get it – the rebels took Benghazi and Gaddafi will kill them all
We get together with France and America, and bomb the crap out of ‘em so his regime will fall
They say we’ve made erroneous assumptions, that airstrikes, that airstrikes, that airstrikes
That airstrikes aren’t in our interests
So why oh why oh why oh why oh why oh are we still in denial when we say it’s not about the gold dinar?

Lib ya!
(Don’t wanna meet Gaddafi, just wanna take Benghazi)
Lib ya!
(Don’t wanna meet Muammar, just following Obama)
I’m not being honest

Alright now, chaps (yeah!)
What’s crueller than being ruled? (ISIS!)
I can’t hear you! I said what’s crueller than being ruled? (ISIS!)
Shiite, shiite, shiite, shiite, shiite
Now, okay, shiites – you gotta join up with the Iraqi forces and go fight those militant extremist groups!
(Yeah!)
I wanna see you all on your baddest behaviour! We’ll lend you some weapons, it’s like a favour
Here we go! Alright, now…

Fucked it, fucked it, fucked it, fucked it, fucked it like we did in Iraq
Fucked it, fucked it, fucked it, fucked it like I did with that…oink!

British Liberal Democrats sing about ‘shite’ Blairite Smith


This video from England says about itself:

Liberal Democrats‘ Glee Club: Attendees bang out a (sort of) tune

21 September 2016

The Lib Dem‘s autumn conference sees another sing-a-long from the party’s Glee Club!

Mocked Labour leadership challenger Owen Smith, branding him a ‘s****e

Belted out ‘Tony Blair can f*** off and die’ to the tune of American Pie

Famous Glee Club night held on last night of party’s conference in Brighton

The annual ritual – called the ‘Glee Club’ – mocked the Labour party and branded leadership challenger Owen Smith a ‘s****’ in a song written to the theme of Robin Hood.

The four-hour sing-along – one of the best attended events of the four-day Lib Dem conference – aimed abuse at a string of politicians.

They belted out ‘Tony Blair can f**k off and die’ to the tune of American Pie while also aiming abuse at David Cameron and Nigel Farage.

The Glee Club is one of the weirdest events in the political calendar, with the 65-page song book containing popular tunes rewritten with political lyrics.

… Despite abusing Mr Blair, Tim Farron used his keynote speech to the Lib Dem conference today to praise the former Labour prime minister in a blatant bid to attract disillusioned Labour voters to the party.

He told the party to seize the ‘huge opportunity’ to fill the ‘hole in the centre of British politics’ created by Labour’s shift to the left under Jeremy Corbyn and the Tory party’s move to the right under Theresa May.

The Owen Smith Song

Sang to the tune of Robin Hood

Owen Smith, Owen Smith,
Always on TV
Owen Smith, Owen Smith
Who the hell is he?
Hated by the left, loathed by the right,
What a shite, what a shite, what a shite.

He joined the Labour party in a town called Pontypridd
He worshipped at the shrine of Tony Blair
With the party taken over by the friends of Jeremy
His hopes were sunk without a prayer

From daily The Morning Star in Britain:

Owen Smith is a shite’, sing Lib Dems

Wednesday 21st September 2016

OWEN SMITH is a “shite” — such was the damning musical indictment by Lib Dem revellers, closing their conference on Monday night.

The Owen Smith Song was a highlight of the Glee Club event, with musicians leading members of the moribund political party in a four-hour sing-along.

They sang, to the tune of Robin Hood: “Owen Smith, Owen Smith, always on TV.

“Owen Smith, Owen Smith, who the hell is he?

Hated by the left, loathed by the right. What a shite, what a shite, what a shite.”

The song was penned by Southport Lib Dem councillor Nigel Ashton, who added that Mr Smith’s hopes have been sunk “without a prayer.”

Hundreds of Lib Dems, including MP Alistair Carmichael and former ministers Simon Hughes and Ed Davey, attended the bash in Brighton.

The party animals joined in with numbers alluding to David Cameron’s alleged porcine predilections

And the crowd sang: “Tony Blair can fuck off and die” with particular gusto during a cheerful ditty to the tune of American Pie on Lib-Labism that’s been a firm Glee Club favourite since back in 1995.

But the frivolities turned increasingly bitter as they belted out a song based on their experience of being in a coalition government with the Tories to the tune of 12 Days of Christmas.

One line went: “On the first day of coalition, the Tories gave to me, nothing you would notice, very little really and a referendum on AV. Which we lost.”

This music video from England says about itself:

The 12 Days of Coalition (Lib Dem Glee Club)

27 September 2013

Grassroots Lib Dems list the achievements that have been won in this coalition government.

Parody song about British Blairites


This satiric music video from Britain is about the right-wing Blairite MPs in the British Labour party.

The lyrics are:

Plp – “Marxists”

16 September 2016

Marxists, Trotskyists, entryists
Raised on a diet of lefty bullshit
Oh, you might not encounter
May not have even heard of them
But there are millions of them, trust me

Marxists, Trotskyists, entryists
They swell our membership but we can’t risk it
‘Cause they just want to kick us out
Our centrist values they will flout
They’re just a bunch of louts, I tell you

Brothers, sisters, can’t you see
That Labour under Jeremy
Faces electoral defeat
They think that they’ve got us beat
But they’re no match for the true elite
Ahaha

We’re staging a coup, we’re staging it now
We’re leaving the shadow cabinet
Just refuse to cooperate, yeah
We want your votes, we want your love
We want the things we feel are owed us
We won’t use morals, we won’t use virtues
We’ll use the one thing we’ve got more of: electability

Check our manifesto!
More powers for the likes of Monsanto
‘Cause what’s the point of leadership
If you won’t wave through TTIP
Or swingeing cuts to PIPs?
Oh really

No, this wasn’t meant to be
How did he end up on the ballot, NEC?
This loony lefty firebrand
Is now set in stone like Ed Miliband‘s election pledges

We’re staging a coup, we’re staging it now
We’re leaving the shadow cabinet
Just refuse to cooperate, yeah
We want your votes, we want your love
We want the things we feel are owed us
We won’t use bombs – er, except on Syria
We’ll use the one thing we’ve got more of: electability
And credibility