Saturday, 26 April 2008

Enemies of the People - Day 1 (Labour)

(Contributed by a Green Arrow Forum member)

Because of their crimes, and the consequent crime against the people, these crooks and degenerates that lurk in the corridors of power are here exposed for what they are.

For the benefit of the people these criminals (and the corrupt mainstream parties that shelter them) need to be immediately removed from power. Think about it: you would obviously not be happy with criminals being school governors at the school your child went to -so why does the British electorate insist on appointing to power villains and reprobates that are clearly untrustworthy?

Seemingly, the British electorate are architects of their own demise. By voting for parties who have criminals in their ranks British voters bring upon themselves hardship and injustice that comes from the laws, edicts and declarations issued by scoundrels. However, the British electorate could be forgiven for not knowing of these criminals in power. But now there is no excuse because we have brought you hard evidence and undeniable truth of the type of slime running YOUR country and ‘managing’ YOUR lives.

Here we shall focus only on MPs and Lords -those at the top of public office. For the other HUNDREDS of CRIMINAL councillors from the LABOUR, LIB-DEM and TORY parties then please visit:

Here are the crimes:


Labour MP (Newark) Fiona Jones –Convicted in 1999 of knowingly making a false declaration of election expenses and sentenced to community service.


Labour MPs Bob Marshall-Andrews (Medway), and Jim Dowd (Lewisham West) –Had a punch-up in the Members Lobby of the Houses of Parliament in 2005 and had to be separated by fellow MPs. The fight reportedly broke out after Mr Marshall-Andrews called Mr Dowd a “faggot”.


Labour MP John Heppell –Sank his teeth into another Labour MP Bob Marshall-Andrews (yes, him again –see above) during a fight in the House of Commons bar in 2005. Mr Heppell is also known as ‘knuckles’ in political circles after having tattoos of the words ‘love’ and ‘hate’ removed from the knuckles of his hands.


Labour MP (Renfrew West and Inverclyde/Scotland) Tommy Graham –Expelled from party for his part in a smear campaign (involving allegations of AIDS and a homosexual affair with an underage boy), which drove a rival Labour MP, Gordon McMaster, to commit suicide.


Labour Peer, Member of the Scottish Parliament, former Scottish Sports and Culture Minister and former MP (Glasgow) Lord Watson of Invergowie –Convicted and jailed for 16 months in 2005 for Arson. Watson had been caught on CCTV attempting to burn down the five-star Prestonfield House Hotel in Edinburgh by setting fire to a pair of curtains. The Labour Lord was apparently enraged by hotel staff refusing to serve him wine due to his abusive and threatening behaviour.


Labour MP (Rhonda Valley/Wales) Chris Bryant -Poses in his pants on the Internet to advertise himself for casual gay sex encounters. Describes himself as “Horny as buggery” and says, “I'd love a good long f**k”.


Labour MP (Caerphilly/Wales), and former Cabinet Minister, Ron Davies –Mugged by a Rastafarian on Clapham Common while cruising for gay sex. He was photographed again by the media whilst engaged in some ‘man-on-man’ action in a field off a motorway. “I was only looking for badgers,” he said.

Labour MP (Sheffield/Yorkshire) Joe Ashton – Caught up in a police raid while frequenting a brothel in 1999. Tried to lie his way out of the scandal.


Labour MP (Sheffield/Yorkshire) Clive Betts – Suspended from Parliament for 7 days in 2004 after being caught forging immigration papers to extend the stay of his Brazilian rent-boy lover



More enemies of the people will be posted tomorrow

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Many a true word spoken in jest:

At NuLabour Headquarters...

E: Right. Now all we have to do is fill in this MP application form. Name:
`Baldrick'. First name...?

B: Er, I'm not sure.

E: Well, you must have some idea...

B: Well, it might be `Sod off'.

E: What?

B: Well, when I used to play in the gutter, I used to say to the other
snipes, "Hello, my name's Baldrick," and they'd say, "Yes, we know.
Sod off, Baldrick."

E: All right, right right right right, `Mr. S. Baldrick'. Now; distinguishing
features... `None'.

B: Well, I've got this big growth in the middle of my face.

E: That's your nose, Baldrick. Now; any history of insanity in the family?
Tell you what, I'll cross out the `in'. Any history of *sanity* in the
family? `None whatsoever'. Now then; criminal record...

B: Absolutely not.

E: Oh, come on, Baldrick, you're going to be an MP, for God's sake! I'll just
put `fraud and sexual deviancy'. Now; minimum bribe level...

from http://ics.leeds.ac.uk/papers/vp01.cfm?outfit=pmt&folder=1185&paper=1186

MrSmith said...

Meanwhile, it's the BNP and co that're 'too evil' to be allowed to so much as speak, lest they corrupt the minds of the innocent.

Fair is foul and foul is fair.

Sheffield Nationalist said...

another labour perverted paedophile

http://www.halifaxcourier.co.uk/hebdenbridge/Former-town-Mayor-held-in.4014979.jp

keep up the good work

Anonymous said...

Not a Bible thumper here, but when sick and dishonest people like this get into power, and then call the BNP "evil", it does bring to mind some of the quotes from school RE lessons home to me, something along the lines of the "anti" twisting of facts so that good becomes evil etc in the end of days. Just a layman here, but taking a step back and surveying the landscape we really are living in the days of Sodom and Gemorah are we not?

Anonymous said...

Here in Doncaster we have a nest full of fraudsters from the mayor down.
Donnygate that brought fame to the town thank's to the Labour controlled banker.

Sheffield Nationalist said...

hia greenarrow

what about the violent lord mayor


http://www.thestar.co.uk/news/Mayor-55--arrested-in.4068759.jp

Anonymous said...

Surely though, these crimes pale in the light of what the likes of Milliband are doing on the world stage?
I am sure all this is the muddy tip of a huge iceberg, which hopefully will sink the Nulabour Titanic.

Anonymous said...

Sir or Madam,

Malcolm X spelt it out when he said "Power can turn the innocent into the guilty and the guilty into the innocent". Power really does corrupt in many cases and in some they, our so called paragons of society, were corrupt to begin with. The only way to stop this abuse of power is to implement the BNP political directive of public referendum on all controversial topics; initiated by a petition of 100,000 signatures. The M.P.s certainly do not represent the wishes of the majority and probabvly never will ... so this is the only way forward.

P