Saturday, April 11, 2009

The Emily Thornberry television car crash

I have just watched Labour MP Emilly Thornberry being inverviewed about the Damian McBride affair on News 24. It was a car crash of a performance, claiming she couldn't care less about whether or not this civil servant Labour hack should be able to stay in his job. And she even tried to blame the whole mess on right wiing bloggers who, she claims, are much more keen on running smear campaigns against their opponents. Hardly makes it okay, does it?

Whilst I don't expect attempts at running smear campaigns to be an institutional decision within Labour, the fact that someone so senior and close to the centre of power has been caught red handed highlights the depths of despair to which Labour have sunk as they see their hopes of winning a general election outright slipping from their grasp. What it suggest is that the next election will not necessarily be a clean campaign.
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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

More than that, I fear that the next election will be the lowest, dirtiest for a generation. The mud-slinging, smears and personal attacks have started already. These will only be ramped up as the Government sinks deeper into the mire of corruption, incompetence and greed for power.

Andy Swaddle said...

Well we all know about party activists delivering third party smear leaflets during election times.
but the BNP will be running a clean campaign as the other parties can smear themselves perfectly well without the help of us:-).
Regards,
Andy Swaddle.

Anonymous said...

New Labours Briton...

12 April 2009

"Schools are 'employing bouncers' "...

http://tinyurl.com/cczfpj

Anonymous said...

Oh, yes Andy - a clean campaign by the BNP indeed! Without revealing in your leaflets what your party really does stand for - apart from a truly British message!

A total and complete joke.

Amanda Cattrelle
Chopwell

Andy Swaddle said...

I have read our manifesto, have you? It is there for all to see. what is it trying to hide? It says it, as it is. I may not agree with all aspects of the manifesto. But what party member can say that they agree with all the policies, there own parties have to offer? What particular policy have you taken a dislike to Amanda? We may have some common ground to work on here. Please don't come back the old phrase "all of them", it gets rather boring after a while. If you wish to debate the manifesto (and all the so called hidden extra's) then debate I will. But without mud slinging and personal attacks. But have no doubt, come June 4th 2009. We will have the funding, to propel this party further than it has ever been before. And for a party that has come this far on a shoestring budget compared to other parties budgets/funding. We will make good use of every extra penny/euro that comes into it.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Regards,
Andy Swaddle.

Andrea Cave said...

Starting AGAIN, are we ? ! ?

Andy Swaddle said...

No far from it Andrea. I am merely pointing out to our fellow blog reader. That within the manifesto I have read, there are no hidden extras or for want of better words "the true meaning of your manifesto". I think people have to realize that the BNP has moved on. The party has matured and grew up. I personally would never have joined the BNP under John Tyndall I did not know the man so I cannot comment. But under Nick Griffin(who I have met many times) the man has grew up with politics in his life and has matured an awful lot with the whole of the establishment against him. I have spoken to Nick one to one in my own home. And never once have I heard him say any comment at all, about any other ulterior motive. Now if Amanda has some proof of this I would like to see it. And my BNP membership will be sent back recorded delivery forthwith.
Regards,
Andy Swaddle.

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