The Big Squeeze -Exposing Vermin

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The Big Squeeze -Exposing Vermin
« on: October 28, 2012, 09:52:22 PM »
The Big Squeeze

Posted: 28 Oct 2012 01:24 AM PDT
Nothing nicer to see journalists, who have engaged on a systematic campaign of hate and lies against the British National Party, being exposed as the vermin they truly are. Scotland Yard has now reported that a sixth person has come forward with allegations concerning phone hacking at the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and Sunday People. It looks likely that criminal charges will be levelled at at least six senior journalists from the Mirror Group.
Shares in Mirror Group collapsed to 51.25p on Friday a fall of 16% in just one day as a number of High Court actions from various celebrities are about to be instigated. Encouragingly the financial troubles will also impact on some of the regional titles including the struggling Birmingham Evening Mail. You will remember this discredited and failing newspaper recently totally fabricated quotes from myself in order to try and bolster the Labour Party's candidate in the West Midlands Police Commissioner elections.
On a similar theme you might have thought that the BBC, in the middle of an immense and unfolding paedophile scandal, would be taking a rather cautious approach. On the contrary as you can see by Eric Gill's statue of a naked child that sits prominently above the entrance to BBC Broadcasting House, the BBC is seemingly mocking a public forced to finance its depravity, excesses and anti-British bias.

A dig deeper into Eric Gill's personal life and we find from his own diaries that he describes his pastimes activity in great detail including the sexual abuse his own children, an incestuous relationship with his sister and performing sexual acts on his dog. A fitting image indeed to decorate this nest of IslamoMarxist liars abusing our people 24/7.

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"Cruddas defended the donations, saying the cash was used to remove the BNP from Barking and Dagenham."

Posted: 27 Oct 2012 09:27 AM PDT

Hardly as if he couldn't afford it either:

Cruddas was forced to defend himself earlier this month when it emerged he had received ?167,000 from trade unions over the last decade - the second biggest handout after donations to Ed Miliband, the Labour leader.
 The MP, who unsuccessfully stood against Labour veteran Harriet Harman for Deputy Leader of the Labour Party, received the money in union donations from 2001, according to Electoral Commission figures.
 Cruddas defended the donations, saying the cash was used to remove the BNP from Barking and Dagenham. He was a member of the Transport and General Workers Union from 1989 until his election to Parliament in 2001.


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