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Tuesday, 16 August 2011


Below is what seems to be a satirical mock up model of Dim Jim Murdoch.  It could be worth buying one of these as they could become real collectors items in years to come, the likeness is incredible.

Today`s new revelations have put the spotlight back on the international espionage scandal, the VES.  Contrast how all the figures in this major criminal activity had been treated compared to how the looters are being treated.

The characters in involved in massive intellligence gathering and blackmailing key establishment figures are meekly asked to visit their local police stations for little chats. Then they are allowed to go home on bail!

Rebekah Brooks is supposed to be abroad and cannot attend any select committee question sessions.  Why is she not designated a major criminal suspect and arrested by Interpol?

Rupert Murdoch himself has been allowed to walk away scot free.

One report last week boasted of how 500 detectives had been put on the team to track down all the looters. Why were 500 detectives not assigned to root out all the criminality of the media whores?
They probably cannot find 500 police officers who were not in Rupert`s pocket!

The whole Parliamentary select committee needs a serious shake up.  They are making a complete mess of investigating a scandal which goes right to the heart of the moral degeneracy of the UK.

All the characters involved in this ongoing saga should have their bail conditions revoked and they should all be remanded in custody along with all other suspected criminals. 

They will soon spill the beans if they are forced to share a cell with some deranged maniac who has the power to shake them down  for a couple of grand a week, just to ensure their safety in jail.

Like most things in modern Britain the Parliamentary committee has turned out to be a toothless, wimp-filled, naive, Murdoch fearing bunch of  "good old boys and girls."

A beautiful description of the wimps which fill Westminster.  If you need something done, never trust a Westminster MP to do it. Up until a few months ago they were all quaking inf fear of Rupert, if the truth was to be told, they still are!
  1. Matthew 11:8
    But what went ye out for to see? A man clothed in soft raiment? behold, they that wear soft clothing are in kings' houses.

2. Luke 7:25
But what went ye out for to see? A man clothed in soft raiment? Behold, they which are gorgeously apparelled, and live delicately, are in kings' courts.

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