Aren’t these Labour MPs right-winghers? right-whingers?

I’m contemplating a compare and contrast …

A brick through your office window …

It’s hardly like you were persecuted is it? I can do a huge contrast here

A brick through your office window. You’re really not MP material, are you?

I can beat that one thousand times

He threatened to talk to my dad …

You’re not really MP material, are you?

ed: Please, more of your ridiculous whinging. It’s really entertaining that you’re really so precious. Oh, right-whingers it must be so difficult. Do you feint? It must be soo distressing for you, such gentle things.

 

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Owen Smith pretends to be a leftie

I’ve got to expand this bit but it’s obvious that he’s very recently become a leftie – very likely since the Labour Party are keen on Socialist Jeremy Corbyn. It is clearly a very recent conversion. I’ll get back to it.

;)

 

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Tony Blair. pretender

Tony Blair may have been elected Prime Minister but he assumed a crown that was not his.

I campaigned against Bliar in his illegitimate and falsified USUK war against Iraq. Tonee claimed illegitimate authority and I opposed him.

I was wiped from police records – it was as if I didn’t exist. Hmm.

Any policeman who made enquiries about me got a visit from MI5. Why on Earth should Ii have such attention?

Why did I not exist?

I wonder if it had anything to do with Tony Blair. (not)

I was exactly right in my nntp post – should we demean ourselves? … that there are gods walking amoung us

and didn’t Bush and Blair ponce about like they were gods? That’s what got me going – they were behaving like gods

ed: There you go then

ed: ed: I don’t know how it works to be honest but I would expect to notice if you were deposed. Well what do you think?

Comments are welcome. I think that your email address will not be shown. Try it with a fake email address. ed: No it’s OK. I’ve got to allow them, I’ll delete your email address.

ed It’s after I realised about the maths of it all. John Reid, cnut. Journalists. I think that Blair is a pretender.

Well he is. More than a pretender. A total fraud. That was Blair I don’t think he had anything else.

Assuming fake legitimacy – that’s Tony Blair.

I did actually wonder how I was so powerful stating that he didn’t have a mandate or any legitimacy.

There you go.

What was his office called? Ho?

ed: Ho Ho

I think that we’re waking loads of people up now ;) Morning Terry

I used to wake Bliar up. Better get used to it ;)

Well it is Full Moon ;)

Can we crucify IB now please?

Myrobella Ho

Morning Terry, sorry to get you up but then it does come with the job. I did that queen’s (mum actually) messenger bit. You know, all that, I’ve got the name, the birthdate all that nonsense, a pink rabbit suit when I was a really young kid, I couldn’t help it to be honest. I agree it’s just nonsense isn’t it? I expect that you were warned. That’s the British establishment for you. Please express my thanks to the SAS – and to those in charge of them – for looking after me all those years ago. I had about three or four different nations folowing me. I could provide some advice to them actually.

I won’t do any more. Better get some sleep, eh ;)

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I’d like to go sailing

and leave it all behind.

I’m going sailing

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Haven’t you had enough of this Capitalist Bullshit? We are many – they are few

Haven’t you had enough of this Capitalist Bullshit? We are many – they are few

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I’d like to make quite clear …

  1. That I am not and have never been a Labour Party member.
  2. I am not a member of and have never attended a meeting of the Momentum organisation.
  3. I am a Socialist with a big, capital S.
  4. I have a history of active opposition to the Labour Party while it was hijacked and perverted by Tony Blair’s ‘New Labour’ regime.
  5. I am not in any sense concerned at being regarded as a ‘Conspiracy Theorist’. It has been established that there was a Hillsborough conspiracy. Blair & Co conspired to promote imaginary and non-existent weapons of mass destruction to attack Iraq despite the absence of any evidence. It was so abundantly clear at the time that this was a totally fabricated nonsense. Blair & Co published two fabricated dossiers.

TBC

NB.

CHILCOT INQUIRY – ANSWER FOR IRAQ

Iraq war families crowdsource for funds to sue Tony Blair

Relatives of British Iraq War dead launch crowdfunding appeal for possible legal action against Tony Blair

 

Taxpayer will fund Tony Blair’s legal costs as Iraq War families look to sue

 

ed: It appears that ‘the Establishment’ is totally prepared to protect Tony Blair despite his traitorous behaviour. I consider that to be unacceptable to myself and to the UK population and electorate.

ed: ed: It’s not as if it wasn’t expressed at the time, is it?

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If Socialists and lefties are excluded from politics then what?

Isn’t it clear that Socialists are excluded? Haven’t we had nobody to vote for for the past twenty or thirty years?

Isn’t that exclusion?

So you’ve had nobody you can vote for?

Hmm

 

ed: I  had no idea when I said I want him dead and I had no idea when I said I said that (or whateever I said) . I really meant the first one

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And …

I just say it. I don’t calculate before saying it because I’m not that bothered. I calculate after but I’m sorry, you may need someone else. I don’t regard myself as in any way special.

ed: stuff like this is not worth the bother, is it? I know I’m deep but c’mon.

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I’d like to go sailing

and leave all that behind me

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Boris the twat

Just keep him away from everything

Give him some toys to play with

Don’t engage him with anything, he’s very simple and he won’t understand anything more than toys. He can’t do it. When he was mayor he just had tantrums. He’s a child.

ed: and so it starts. Couldn’t you just euthanise him Terry? It would have been best for all of us and now I’ve got to do my duty. I want to retire.

slightly later edit: It’s a real shame that totally useless upper class twats with a history of neanderthalism can’t find anywhere to go but politics.

I did actually mention this to Cameron – they’ve got enough money. Why bother us?

Can’t they just fuck off and be rich without bothering us?

AND I still have issues.

[20/7/16  2.10 BST It should be noted that the following is not about Boris the Twat.]

ed: I’ve wanted to retire for years. It’s on record circa G8 and then there that was that ridiculous fascist bullshism. Hey Terry, I have a question for you. I have endured and had some good hits for so long. Where / When’s it going to end / who’s going to prevail/win?

Is there a compromise / can we negotiate? IB!

I said it

20/7/16 IB! Such a totally corrupt shit given high office because he was such a total partisan shit. Promoting murder. Perhaps I cannot say participating, but I can say facilitating the … excusal of mass murderers and the following excusal of foreign murderers (Foreign forces) in UK.

[ed 2.11 BST 20/7/16 Participating is weird because apparently it is legal to do nothing while people die.] You bastards chose who was to die according to their politics and their names. (and nationality, mixed marriages). Oh, and of course … numbers.

continuing

More than that. Inciting murder …

continuing

What about murdering a commuter who has a certain name, a certain profession and nationality? Was he responsible for that? I think that it was probably foreign forces invited by Blair but he was definitely responsible for covering it up so well.

[20/7/16 2.52 BST His name provides directions to a political dissident. Come and ask me if you can’t suss it.]

[20/7/16 There’s much more than that actually. IB was making clear that it was me he wanted killed. Hopefully this is still in police records. Please don’t delete it – he deserves no less than being hung by his balls.]

I’m not willing to accept the bullshit. It would be good if many people were not willing to accept that bullshit.

So many people are aware of that … Journalists, politicians, etc. It is so clear.

It is disgusting that so many people are aware of it and are willing to do nothing.

A totally innocent man has been murdered. If you consider that acceptable, then you totally disgust me. You consider it fair to murder a totally uninvolved, innocent person?

[20/7/16 2.35 BST

I should make clear to the international audience IB is Ian Blair former Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police who was sent to the Lords by disgraced former Labour Home Secretary Jacqui Smith.]

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I congratulate Theresa May on becoming Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party

I extend genuine, sincere congratulations to Theresa May on becoming Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and leader of the Conservative Party. I was impressed with her speech as Prime Minister stressing inclusion and empowerment. Was that right? Was I mistaken there?

Nobody is really going to challenge that I am – and have been – a political activist. What else then? I am likely to engage Prime Minister May as I have engaged former politicians. I should be regarded as a political activist and no more than that.

I have some issues that I would like resolved, in the interest of justice according to themes expressed in Prime Minister May’s speech.

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Hwylio

Wedi bod yn hwylio fy nghwch yn y bae heddiw.

XXX

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C’mon get political blogging

It’s obviously not that difficult. Get political blogging.

Make your voice heard.

Stand up.

Express yourself.

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The totally ridiculous attempted coup against the Labour Party …

You’re so ridiculous.

… have a photo of a hamster

Image of a hamster

Image of a hamster

 

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It’s not anti-Semitic …

to criticise Israel or the Neteniahu administration. Israel can be legitimately criticised as an oppressive regime similar to apartheid and Fascism. It is.

Accusations of anti-Semitism in such circumstances are simply protestations that Israel and Neteniahu should not be criticised.

Israel cuts water supplies to West Bank during Ramadan

 

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It’s not anti-Semitic …

to criticise Israel or the Neteniahu administration. Israel can be legitimately criticised as an oppressive regime similar to apartheid and Fascism. It is.

Accusations of anti-Semitism in such circumstances are simply protestations that Israel and Neteniahu should not be criticised.

“The Settlers”: New Film Reveals History & Consequences of Israeli Settlements on Palestinian Land

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It’s not anti-Semitic …

to criticise Israel or the Neteniahu administration. Israel can be legitimately criticised as an oppressive regime similar to apartheid and Fascism. It is.

Accusations of anti-Semitism in such circumstances are simply protestations that Israel and Neteniahu should not be criticised.

The Unstoppable growth of Israel’s Settlements -(Channel 4 Short Documentary)

 

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It’s not anti-Semitic …

to criticise Israel or the Neteniahu administration. Israel can be legitimately criticised as an oppressive regime similar to apartheid and Fascism. It is.

Accusations of anti-Semitism in such circumstances are simply protestations that Israel and Neteniahu should not be criticised.

Israeli forces abuse detained Palestinian minors – HRW

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Articles on the Blairite attempted coup against Corbyn and the left

A few articles on the continuing Blairite attempted coup against Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party by Labour Party MPs. They do seem in an awful rush to depose Corbyn … almost as though a clock is ticking. Craig Murray has excellent analyses yet again.

It’s Still the Iraq War, Stupid.

No rational person could blame Jeremy Corbyn for Brexit. So why are the Blairites moving against Corbyn now, with such precipitate haste?

The answer is the Chilcot Report. It is only a fortnight away, and though its form will be concealed by thick layers of establishment whitewash, the basic contours of Blair’s lies will still be visible beneath. …

[Oops, I forgot this one

How the News Agenda is Set

David Cameron gets heckled every day of his life. The media never bother to report the names of the hecklers or the gist of what they say.

Yet a single heckler shouts at Jeremy Corbyn at Gay Pride, and not only is that front page news in the Guardian, it is on BBC, ITN and Sky News.

What makes a single individual heckling a politician newsworthy? There are dozens such examples every single day that are not newsworthy.

The answer is simple. Normally the hecklers are promoting an anti-establishment view, so it does not get reported. Whereas this heckler was promoting the number one priority of the establishment and mainstream media, to get rid of Jeremy Corbyn. So this heckler, uniquely, is front page news and his words are repeated at great length in the Guardian and throughout the broadcast media.

Another Media Setup?

This picture has been all over twitter, promoted by every high level Blairite you can think of, from JK Rowling down. Yet all may not be what it seems. …

Back to the Future

The priority now of the political “elite” is to ensure voters never again get the chance to make a choice the political class do not want. Jeremy Corbyn is the thing the political class want least.

Do you remember when 184 Labour MPs refused to vote against the Tory benefit cuts that ruined lives and caused suicides? They did so on the grounds that their focus groups showed the public wanted benefit cuts, and so it would be wrong to oppose the Tory Welfare Reform and Work Bill.

Well, I can promise you that the 172 Labour MPs who voted to no-confidence Corbyn are exactly the same people who would not oppose welfare cuts. The net effect of the Corbyn year has been that 12 Labour MPs have decided that they have a purpose in politics which is not just personal gain. The vast majority would vote to push the unemployed off a cliff if they thought it would get them career advancement. Or adapt the John Mann anti-immigrant agenda.

Make no mistake. If Corbyn is deposed, the people of England and Wales will be back to having a choice between two colours of Tory. Labour will go full on anti welfare, anti immigrant and pro-nuclear weapon. Because Jon Cruddas will tell them that is what will get them elected.

Labour crisis: Alan Sugar and Alastair Campbell lead anti-Corbyn campaign

Former Number 10 communications chief claims a ‘sect has taken control’ of the Labour Party.

Lord Alan Sugar and Alastair Campbell are two of the best-known names backing an online campaign to oust Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader. The former Number 10 communications chief and the ex-Labour peer are urging hundreds of thousands of their followers on social media site Twitter to sign a ‘Saving Labour’ petition.

dizzy: LOL that’s classic isn’t it? Blair’s master of lies and the UK’s version of Donald Trump accuse the left of hijacking the Labour party!

 

Ken Livingstone urges Jeremy Corbyn to allow party members to deselect dissenting MPs

Ken Livingstone has urged Jeremy Corbyn to allow party members and activists to deselect dissenting MPs in the wake of a bruising no confidence vote that has destabilised the party’s leadership.

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Jeremy Corbyn has my support

Jeremy Corbyn, John McDonnell and Corbynistas have my support.

Labour members and supporters want a Socialist leader pursuing a Socialist, anti-austerity agenda opposing Neo-Liberalism. Many Labour MPs apparently do not. [29/6/16 It appears that those who oppose Corbyn are Neo-Conservatives.]

background: Labour MPs have overwhelmingly voted that they have no confidence in Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. The vote has no constitutional legitimacy. Jeremy Corbyn has huge support from Labour party members having been elected by an overwhelming majority and having attracted many new members to the Labour party.

ed: I wonder if it’s related to the publication of the Chilcot Inquiry on 6 July, 2016.

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