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Twiggy Garcia, aka Ghoulian Assange described the Police as sh**s

January 23, 2014

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NOTE THE WORDS OF A MAN WHO WANTED TO MARCH A BRITISH HERO TO A POLICE STATION

Excerpt from Garcia’s chat with his girlfriend @GeorgiaBronte

If you saw him again would you do anything differently?
I’d probably get someone to film it. I was scared to get my phone out in case it was confiscated by his bodyguards. The police have held my phone for five months before when I had done nothing illegal. They are shits.

I fully realise that some people today would have sympathy with this description. But it is perhaps not quite the thing to say if you ever intended to “accompany” an “arrested” individual to the local cop shop. And if you never intended to do so anyway, don’t act like a big kid show-off. That’s you, Mr Garcia.

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Unlike Mr Blair’s considerate treatment of this individual in the restaurant I have no inclination to treat Garcia with anything approaching courtesy. He is testament, however to at least two things: firstly, the failure of Tony Blair’s ‘education, education, education’ policy. Secondly, Garcia’s self-appointed guardian-of-the-people-and-defender-of-the-truth behaviour is also testament to the failure of the media, mainly the written press to concede that they may – just may – be wrong in all they opine about Blair and Iraq.  The media is the conduit of ALL our opinions. It was noticeable in the last few days that only non-British media outlets noted which of these two men came out with egg on his face at Tramshed.

Clue? It wasn’t the diner.

Tom Doran (twitter) says of Tony Blair’s reaction: Even though he’s probably used to it by now, this is an impressively sanguine reaction to being called a war criminal by a total stranger in front of your children, as even Garcia himself semi-concedes (“Tony Blair Vs Brave Sir Robin”).

I don’t agree with every aspect of the article. I DO believe the Iraq invasion was the right thing to do for all sorts of reasons, regardless of how many people sectarian, Islamist fundamentalists have killed there since. But Mr Doran’s main point is that Mr Garcia was more of a Monty Python character than a Robin Hood.
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I expect Ghoulian Assange (yes, that’s what he calls himself on twitter) will  prove me wrong now by donating to charity all the monies Mr George Monbiot (the Bounty Hunter who sends others to do his dirty work) has sent to him. No?
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4 Weeping & A Funeral – A good week to bury politicians

December 4, 2010
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    4th December 2010

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    TWO DAVIDS, A PHIL, A VINCE & A FUNERAL A NICK

    It certainly hasn’t been a lot of fun being one of the people’s people this week.

    David Chaytor, former MP for Bury North, was barred by Labour from ever standing again as a candidate. He stood down in May this year. He will be sentenced in January.

    DAVID CHAYTOR

    One of our politicians can go to bed tonight knowing he is now a convicted criminal.

    It’s what they call ‘justice’. I suppose The Telegraph is pleased with itself.

    Today, a Labour politician pleaded guilty to three expenses charges – totalling around £20,000, and could face seven years in jail.  I know I’m not reacting as most will to this news, and it certainly looks like he has been dishonest, but I feel sad about this. The possibility of a prison sentence will hang heavily on David Chaytor’s mind all over Christmas.

    OK, I admit I might be going soft.

    But it just doesn’t seem right to me when this Islamist inciter of jihad and hatred – Anjem Choudary – still roams free and is even given a Channel 4 TV slot to espouse his hatred of British democracy. And yet we lock up or at the very least criminalise a public servant who has NEVER incited violence towards anyone.

    PHIL WOOLAS

    After the High Court judgement Woolas said: "It is the end of the road - I am out."

    Another high-profile Labour politician has seen the inside of the High Court where he was appealing against an earlier decision on an election leaflet. He lost, and has now been banned from parliament and pronounced a liar. (Odd. I’m told that is compulsory!)

    Phil Woolas, former Labour minister has lost his appeal and has been banned for three years from standing for parliament for “lying” about his Liberal Democrat opponent in the May general election.

    Now, if you have had any experience whatsoever of the dirty tricks that Lib Dems use to win elections, this must be particularly galling.

    But worry not your little democracy-loving heads. This crowd – London Muslims – the equivalent of the other well-supported groups London Christians, London Jews and London Ba-Ba Black Sheepies – (what do you mean they don’t exist?) – will make sure Oldham has a real Labour candidate next time!

    England's £15million bid – spearheaded by David ­Cameron, Prince William and David Beckham – didn’t even get past the first round. It secured just two of the 22 votes by committee members of football’s world governing body Fifa in a secret ballot – one of which was cast by England’s own FA chairman Geoff Thompson.

    DAVID CAMERON

    And the smell of defeat.

    Another well-known politician is returning home not as a conquering hero like Tony Blair in 2005 (may he be remembered with eternal gratitude and deep affection as we sing at the 2012 Olympics – ‘OMG! WHAT DID WE DO?’ )

    Yesterday, the country’s present top-ranking Conservative, one David Cameron, one of the Three Lions, came back from England’s World Cup bid empty-handed. Worse than empty-handed. Knowing that only ONE vote of 22 available came England’s way (apart from their own). And that, despite it being widely agreed that England’s presentation was the best of the lot.

    DC had hoped to go down as TB Mark II after the Olympic Games Win in 2005.  Instead David Cameron has returned from Zürich licking his wounds, an impotent and puzzled “lion” after England’s failed World Cup bid.

    VINCE CABLE

    And yet another political entity, one who dances like a butterfly and stings like a bee, has been forced to search his conscience – sorry, search for a conscience on his OWN policy.

    Vince Cable has indicated he is minded to vote in favour of the tuition fees rise. Photograph: Sergei Karpukhin/Reuters

    The sainted Vince (Cable) – mayble he will, mayble he won’t  – has NOW said it’s “his duty” to vote for the tuition fee rise even if it is “difficult”.

    Well, it’d be even more difficult NOT to vote for the policy HE, as the Business Secretary, is responsible for.

    Nice one, Dave.

    LALA LAND, Vince?

    Of course some Liberal Democrats WILL abstain next Thursday in the vote, thus confusing us with Lib Dem consistency – a heady mixture of victorious sponge, mixed fruit cake and a dash of yummy rummy thrown in for the seasonal flavour.

    By the way, just so you realise there is no skullduggery in THIS honest, trustworthy, accountable, whiter than pale coalition, the vote that has the students yelling in anger will be held next Thursday. Thursdays are traditionally quiet days in the Commons. Many of the smaller parties don’t even bother to turn up. Well, it’s coming up to Christmas, shopping to do, trees to decorate, cakes to bake, snow-covered journeys to grapple with.

    And it’s a long way to Tipperary – sorry  – Northern Ireland, North Wales, Scotland.

    But it seems that some Lib Dems, like former leader Charles Kennedy,  are likely to vote against the Lib Dem/Conservative tuition fees policy. Hang on! What’s that I see? A flying principle? And a Scottish MP? From Scotland? A Scottish constituency? Where there is no such tuition fees rise? Isn’t that the kind of West Lothian question that they used to throw at the Labour party?

    Ahh, paler than white, the snowy Lib Dem heart, is it not?

    Oh the joys of coalition. The joys of government. The joys of decision-making. The bitter taste of unpopularity.

    Still, if you think this is a surfeit of bad news for the sweetie Lib Dems – hang on. It gets worse.

    MUCH worse.

    CONFERENCE POSTPONED. WRONG KIND OF SNOW STUDENTS ON OUR TRACK

    To cap it all, an entire political party has been bullied into submission by rampaging students idiots.

    The Liberal Democrats have called off their London conference tomorrow due to fears of violent students. (See – “Student protest threat forces Lib Dem meeting to cancel”)

    Protesters gather outside Kings Place in London and organise a mock hanging of Nick Clegg as he gives his Hugo Young Lecture in the building that is home to the Guardian. Even Tony Blair in his darkest days of Iraq war insurgency (from within his own party and some of the voters) never felt the need to cancel a party conference. Courage, mes braves!

    I really do feel sorry for these politicians, at a personal level. All of them, to some degree or other.

    But I feel angry that an idiot – a SCOTTISH idiot (and Scotland, I repeat, is NOT affected by these tuition fee rises in England) – yells this –  ‘Nick Clegg must die’. Listen to the video if you don’t believe me. These are anarchists, not democrats. Probably not even students.

    Politicians, you idiot, must not “die” for their political decisions. We vote them out.

    Next time, vote smarter.

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