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Today another name was added to the site:
20. Craig Monk
Now I’m sorry if I get too angry for some people’s taste but I never met this man, I have no knowledge of him, all I know about him is what is in the article. I cried and now I’m really .. almost beyond words. All I can do is keep on screaming defiance at those in authority who contribute to tragedies such as this.
Tits of the Day
Yesterday’s Grayling special illustrated the callous contempt from a Minister with responsibilities towards the most vulnerable; his lack of integrity is beyond doubt. He is by no means alone.
If there were a photo of Disability Hate it could well look like this:
This is TOM NEWTON DUNN the ‘journalist’ who puts his byline to the Sun’s Beat the Cheat Campaign.
Newton Dunn will obviously feel extremely comfortable creating an atmosphere of fear and suspicion around those on benefits; if Tom Watson’s comments are anything to go by he also bullies women colleagues, no wonder he supports Cameron,
One extremely frightened Wapping-based journalist, who spoke to me on the basis of anonymity, explained she “was terrified of my company.” The journalist explained that at least five female journalists at the paper had been sacked in the last eight years. At least two of the sacked women went on to win compensation after challenging their dismissals.
Now the Sun’s shocking behaviour towards some of its female employees has reached Parliament. Whitehall editor at The Sun Clodagh Hartley, has recently had a complaint of bullying upheld by an independent adjudicator. According to a number of credible sources, the adjudicator found that her line manager, Sun political editor Tom Newton Dunn, was guilty of bullying.
The Sun also roped in Alan Sugar whose anecdotal ravings could be dismissed out of hand were they not part of the wall of misinformation, lies and abuse, briefed by DWP and CCHQ. All you need to know about the pathetic Sugar is encapsulated in this quote:
Rupert Murdoch is my role model
The next ‘person’ on today’s TofT ? Can you guess from the photo?
Yes, Kelvin MacKenzie:
Did you see that the ‘good days and bad days’ defence I mentioned last week (said by cheats as they explain why they fraudulently claimed thousands in disability payments) has been trotted out yet again?
This time, it was used in the defence of a 51-year-old mother who claimed she could hardly walk but was filmed going down a steep waterslide in a holiday park in the South of France.
Clearly being forced to sell her house in Wales to repay the £16,000 of disability living allowance she stole will be a bad day. All together now: ‘Aaaaahh.’
That would be the article I discussed opening with the following paragraph
In his piece in the Mail, Kelvin MacKenzie, the bejowelled human version of an arthritic old Rottweiler now passing the day uncontrollably shitting everywhere and, no doubt , remembering the days when he was an alpha male in a criminal organisation likened to the Mafia, continues the organised tirade that has allowed public opinion to be manipulated in favour of destroying the welfare state.
Was Craig Monk having a good day or a bad day you vicious cowardly thug?
Not the DWP this time, we already know there isn’t any in that department, but the Ministry for Tikka Masala Disposal run by Fat Eric
His latest wheeze was covered in the Mail
Schemes for a ‘mansion tax’ have been torpedoed by Eric Pickles after he effectively deleted a database compiled by council tax spies containing details of millions of homes.
Seems to be a theme developing in this government
Greater transparency across Government is at the heart of our shared commitment to enable the public to hold politicians and public bodies to account – David Cameron
As with all the other promises madeby this bunch of liars, hypocrites and incompetents that’s long gone out of the window. In the last few weeks we have Jug Ears deleting private phone messages, DWP going into full Minitrue mode to try and destroy the evidence of the sheer amount of lying coming from that department and now Fat Eric illegally destroys publicly owned data in order to prevent any possibility of the government using it for democratic purposes.
A staggering twenty-eight out of thirty US studies on the minimum wage between 1991 and 2007 found that it increases unemployment (Abhijit Pandya, Mail) – one hundred out of one hundred in soiniciulacht study found that anyone who quotes anything from the IEA is either a liar or a fantasist
Gloucester family tells MP child benefit cuts are ‘unfair’(Gloucestershire Echo) – when those on 70k are arguing with Tory MP’s over benefits cuts you know the sense of entitlement is alive and well amongst the middle classes, although patronising constituents is not a good move if one wants to be re-elected
Gingrich says virtually no chance he’ll withdraw (san francisco chronicle) – going for the catholic vote
One man’s junk is another man’s treasure (The Australian) – the gay marriage debate rages in the antipodes
Schwedens “Mappas” und “Pammas” (süddeutsche zeitung) – the language changes to accommodate the new relationship reality
Special Link – #spoonieshateoutsidebecause Check out the full thread on twitter
We’ve got a government comprising a PR man, a towel folder, a bureaucrat who can break pleges in 5 languages and a forest ranger what could possibly go wrong?
A BS Swine Roars (anagram)
If you locked Matthew Elliot, Matthew Sinclair and Mark Littlewood in a room, would anybody care?