Accomplished Labour trougher and former Home Secretary Jacqui Smith is not having the best of election campaigns, deeply unpopular in her constituency of Redditch since the expenses scandal broke Smith has been relying on fellow Labour expense pigs and Labour Luvvie Eddie Izzard to boost her flagging campaign.
Before continuing Aardvark has noticed that just like Labour election leaflets rarely mention Gordon Brown, so none of the placards being held up by the activists mention the Redditch Saddleback, nor do the Labour placards behind Blair mention Smith. Even Hazel Blears has her name on Labour propaganda in Salford, but then Blears is not defending a flaky majority in seat No 47 on the Conservative hit list.
Blair is losing his media/voter appeal as there was no mention of this on any of the MSM outlets, and as this picture shows even Blair could not drum up support for Jacqui Smith. Other photographs of the event are mainly a photo opportunity for the orange war criminal, as Smith only features in 2 of the 7 photographs! Read the rest of this entry
The Chairman of the Iraq Inquiry is Sir John Chilcot is a retired career civil servant who was permanent under-secretary of state at the Northern Ireland Office until 1997. Prior to his work at the Northern Ireland Office Sir John served in a variety of posts in the Home Office, the Civil Service Department and the Cabinet Office, including private secretary appointments to both Labour and Conservative Home Secretaries, and to the head of the civil service.
Chilcot was a member of the Butler Review which many people feel was too lenient towards Blair and the Labour government. There are some doubts about Chilcot’s bottle when it comes to questioning former Labour cabinet ministers. Gordon Brown wanted the Iraq inquiry to be held in secret behind closed doors, Chilcot to his credit said it must be held in public so Brown U turned once again and the inquiry will be mostly held in public; one is left wondering how many times the “National Security” and “Official Secrets Act” cards will be played.
Brown shied away from making people give evidence under oath which will prevent any subsequent charges for perjury; Chilcot is thinking about making witnesses give a “formal undertaking” whatever that is. The Inquiry is not due to publish it’s findings until the end of 2010, though Chilcot has said there is the possibility of an interim report which is likely to very damaging to Gordon Brown if Read the rest of this entry
Today Vaclav Klaus has signed the Lisbon Treaty which is now binding on Britain.
We were promised a referendum by Labour, they broke that promise, they lied to us and created the way for the United Socialist Republic of Europe. Brown does not do elections because they might not turn out the way he wants and Dear Leader always knows what is best for us his children. Another step closer to One World Government which will be pushed subliminally during the Copenhagen Climate Change Lie conference next month.
Daniel Hannan has this to say “Very Well, Alone”
Tomorrow David Cameron will announce Conservative policy for Europe post Lisbon ratification.
By Tory Aardvark
In the begining there was Brownfall now there is Blairfall
Our full collection of Brownfall videos are here
By Tory Aardvark
No need to worry Dave, the cursed one-eyed son of the Manse says he will support Blair.
Probably a good time to enjoy William Hague on President Blair
By Tory Aardvark
The European Union is to put off a decision on choosing a President for the European Socialist Superstate because the Czech Republic have not signed the Lisbon Treaty.
Well done President Vaclav Klaus
The bloc’s leaders had hoped to agree on a candidate at a summit in Brussels on Thursday and Friday. But many member states say it is premature to do so because the Czech Republic has not approved the Lisbon reform treaty.