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Sunday, April 12, 2009

Scum!

Let no one be in any doubt, our country is run by vermin.

How ironic that Nanny's "strategy master" has been caught out by the fact that someone was monitoring what he was up to, and reading his emails.

Now ZaNuLabour know what the rest of us feel like!

Happy Easter!

Source The Times.

"DOWNING STREET e-mails setting out plans for a vicious smear campaign against the Tories, which last night forced the resignation of one of the prime minister’s most senior aides, are revealed today.

The e-mails, seen by The Sunday Times, expose how Gordon Brown’s head of strategy and planning wrote to a Labour spin doctor proposing a campaign of unfounded personal slurs against senior Tories. The smears, many of a sexual nature, were planned as part of a strategy to “destabilise” the opposition in the run-up to the general election.

The operation was designed to target David Cameron, the Conservative leader, George Osborne, the shadow chancellor, and three other Tory MPs. The messages from Damian McBride, a long-standing Labour aide, were sent from an official No 10 e-mail address. The unfounded smears suggested: “Putting the fear of God” into Osborne by spreading rumours that he took drugs and had sex with a prostitute. Spreading rumours about the mental health of Osborne’s wife. Challenging Cameron to reveal details of an “embarrassing illness”. Accusing a gay Tory MP of promoting his partner’s business interests in the Commons.

McBride’s e-mails were sent to Derek Draper, a former aide to Lord Mandelson and prominent Labour blogger. In an indication of how serious the plan was, McBride wrote about how to “sequence” the stories for maximum impact. The messages discuss “timing and technology” for placing the rumours on the web and contain suggested links to websites and photographs that could make the allegations appear more credible.

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The contents of the e-mails, which fell into the hands of Paul Staines, a political blogger, shatter Labour claims yesterday that McBride and Draper were “knocking around ideas” that were merely “juvenile and inappropriate”. At least one of the e-mails was copied to other Labour activists, including Charlie Whelan, who used to work as Brown’s spin doctor.

McBride, who was paid a six-figure salary by the taxpayer, resigned from his post last night as the attempted smear campaign was condemned by politicians from all sides. Labour MPs accused him of disgracing the party. Charles Clarke, the former home secretary, said: “Damian McBride has no place in 10 Downing Street. His actions bring shame to the Labour party.”

The e-mails were sent on January 13. The proposed slurs about Cameron, Osborne, Osborne’s wife Frances and three other Tory MPs, were designed to appear on a website called Red Rag, which McBride suggested should be advertised on LabourList, a website officially backed by the party.

Chris Grayling, the shadow home secretary, said the proposed smear campaign “beggared belief” and demanded an urgent explanation from the prime minister.

Tom Watson, a junior Cabinet Office minister who is referred to in passing in a separate e-mail from McBride to Draper about LabourList, has denied any involvement in the smear campaign.

A Downing Street spokesman said: “The prime minister has accepted Mr McBride’s resignation
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7 comments:

  1. Tonk.2:29 PM

    More power to the blogsphere!!

    This type of thing should not be happening in a democracy....If only we had one eh?

    I always ask the question, at times like these and when a minister gets caught on the fiddle....Are they sorry for what they did or sorry they got caught?...I suspect most of us think the latter.....No wonder Neu Labour want to regulate the web.....Not enough opportunities for them to control it in its present guise.....I suspect this high speed digital network Mr Brown spoke about will, as in China etc, be controlled by government, thus restricting access to what we can access...How very EUSSR.

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  2. As I have remarked elsewhere, a more accurate name for the proposed smear-blog would be "Red Rat".

    Incidentally, this link is a hilarious comment on the unsophistication of the would-be filth-mongers:

    http://www.redrag.co.nz/

    My serious thoughts on this are that if the Prime Minister did not know what some of his closest aides - some paid out of public funds - were up to, he is grossly incompetent. If he did know, he is complicit. Either way, he should be seriously considering his own position and assessing his continued fitness for office.

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  3. Anonymous8:52 PM

    Just the last gasps of a dying government, you should be happy they all go out the same way sooner or latter, the Tories did now it's labours turn

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  4. Jeff Wood10:03 PM

    McPoison, as I understand McBride was known to the Press, was a civil servant.

    When I was in the Service, even a fraction of his misdeeds would have been called gross misconduct, and would have led to forfeiture of pension rights.

    The degradation of the Civil Service is one of the greatest crimes of this sorry government.

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  5. " ...he should be seriously considering his own position and assessing his continued fitness for office."

    anticant, we don't have a prime minister, we have some subhuman bumbling fool with half a brain who somehow managed to move from no.11 when Blair went.

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  6. Lord of Atlantis10:05 AM

    Tonk. said...
    "More power to the blogsphere!!

    This type of thing should not be happening in a democracy....If only we had one eh?
    No wonder Neu Labour want to regulate the web.....Not enough opportunities for them to control it in its present guise.....I suspect this high speed digital network Mr Brown spoke about will, as in China etc, be controlled by government, thus restricting access to what we can access...How very EUSSR."
    2:29 PM

    With the intention of reducing even further our right to free speech or even to think for ourselves --- for our own protection, of course! This does, of course, compromise this so-called government's credibilty when they lecture Zimbabwe, China, the Middle East etc on freedom of speech and human rights!

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  7. Number 610:31 AM

    Death to Nu Labour and then let us kill off the EU, the real super socialist control state.

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