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Met Police hog roast

July 14, 2011

Got to be funny watching the current and former top brass of the Met getting a grilling. Doc Marten boot on the other foot moment for the Westminster wimps. Truly a wake up and smell the bacon day for the parliamentary runts more used to grovelling and squealing under the media moguls and well gonged Chiefs.
Not that I’ve got it in for every PC Bacon on the beat.
But makes you wonder about geezers like former Chief of Norfolk Constabulary Andy ham-sandwich Hayman. Just the kind of bloke you want protecting the country from Bin Laden.
He’s got the weasel eyed look of someone who’s spent too long with the crooks, mobsters and dodgy dealers. News International know how to train their reporters.

LOL @the rabbit in the headlights trick of “who me gov? Not fair….!” when asked if he’d had the pleasure of receiving the brown envelope. ROFL!!!!!

Hellohellohello! Says the committee of far more respected MP’s who got off the expenses fiddle last year.

They could smell a rat, more than one in fact as they realised after many a year in parliament that where there’s humans there’s rats.

BBQ time for poor old Rebekah on Tuesday then. Kind of feel sorry for her. The Murdochs have given her the keg to carry all alone as they bravely skulk back over the pond.

Meanwhile back in Bristol, the impartial Fox news impersonator Evening Lost is once again giving cyclists a kicking. Don’t worry Mail media group, your time will come. Take a hard look at the fall of the Murkydoch empire next week.

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4 Comments
  1. IaMOnions permalink
    July 14, 2011 7:31 pm

    Interesting article at the Beeb (who aren’t exactly showing impartiality themselves in certain areas):

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-14136044

    One paragraph on the Northcliffe Media Empire Builder rings true:

    “Next to the Kaiser, Lord Northcliffe has done more than any living man to bring about the war”

    Seems like BEP are still emulating their founder.

  2. IaMOnions permalink
    July 14, 2011 10:08 pm

    “they are engines of propaganda for the constantly changing policies, desires, personal wishes, personal likes and personal dislikes of two men,” he thundered.

    “What the proprietorship of these papers is aiming at is power, but power without responsibility, the prerogative of the harlot throughout the ages.”

    As above.

  3. July 15, 2011 11:16 pm

    Stan Baldwin didn’t mince his words.
    WTF is going on today?>
    Can’t trust those Murdochs.

  4. Paul Bemmy Down permalink
    July 16, 2011 10:09 am

    “but power without responsibility”. Make that “influence without responsibility” and I have to plead guilty, but I justify myself in thinking it’s all part of the democratic process. Not always sure though!

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