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Gordon And The Daily Mail Stand No Chance Against Joanna

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Our Avenger

The appalling story of the way that this debased, corrupt and immoral government has treated the Gurkhas continues.

Another Snide, Underhand Labour Minister

A press conference was called today to refute the smears and misinformation promoted by the Home Office and the MOD.  With extraordinary timing, just minutes before the conference was due to start, three things happen:

  • Kevan Jones, Defence Minister, issues an apology
  • The Legal Services Commission publishes its report clearing the Gurkhas’ solicitors of misconduct
  • Gordon Brown frantically tries to contact Ms Lumley

Some worthless journalist at The Daily Mail is also responsible for fuelling this slander against the Gurkha heroes and their heroine, Joanna.  Anyone who has ever read any of the lies and and sensationalist nonsense published in this “newspaper” knows just how much credence to give it.

There is no further investigation needed because the stench, the foul odour, the stink coming from these events is all too familiar.  It is Gordon and his cronies at it again with their unmistakeable, unbelievable and despicable perversion of the truth.  Just how low down in the dirt can you get?

Birds Of Prey And the RSPB

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I was horrified to see a spokesman from the RSPB on BBC Breakfast this morning make

Kestrel over Nore Barn Wood 8th June 2008

Kestrel over Nore Barn Wood 8th June 2008

outrageous and disgraceful accusations against the “shooting community”.  He laid the responsibility for all attacks on birds of prey entirely on those who shoot.

Of course, the shooting community has done more to protect and conserve the UK environment and wildlife than any other group over hundreds of years.  The RSPB, which has become an undignified, over-commercialised hotbed of “loonies” becomes more power hungry and sensationalist every day trying to over extend itself into a general environmental organization.  It pontificates about everything from packaging to helping grannies cross the road and, occasionally, birds.  Its primary interest is commercial and it promotes this by such nonsensical, attention grabbing nonsense.

It is appalling that the BBC should allow such blatant lies to be broadcast and without offering those accused the opportunity to respond.

It is also time that someone, and I am setting myself up here, took a long and careful look at the RSPB.  Its chief oddity, Bill Oddie, was recently involved in a verbal punch up over the rights and wrongs of eating game.  No doubt he is more the battery chicken and Tesco sponsored enthusiast.

Written by Peter Reynolds

July 27, 2008 at 1:21 pm