If only Hunter could...


... hunt and shoot Lib Dems. First up would be 'Dr' Mark Pack. Lib Dem spin doctor and, so we're told, the 'brains' behind Operation Featherbrain. Probably a doctor of sociology, Pack spends his entire time looking for 'dirt' on other parties. A real geek who can dish it out but can't take anything in return. Responsible for every parliamentary by-election campaign, his lines are predictable: "It's a two-horse race - everyone knows X can't win here", dodgy poll graphs, mud-slinging - this man is poisonous to the democratic process. He’d do and say anything to get a Dim Leb elected.

Second up, Chris Barker, a little-known man from Muswell Hill who runs "West Haringey Bus Watch", a Lib Dem front. A real old-time socialist who is as ugly as sin (they seem to collect 'em!). A know-it-all. Meet him and two words spring to mind: 'odious' and 'smug'. Actually, there is a third word for him - guess it!

And thirdly, but by no means lastly, the Lib Dems' only Tottenham activist in N17, Neville Collins; a road sweeper who can "understand" why people vote BNP. He once said that people who like Tottenham most be "tired of life or on drugs". More recently, he said Britain needed to be internationally isolated, not Iran, over the capture of the 15 marines. Collins is also semi-literate.

And, of course, there's sad and confused Ron Aitken, the Conservative-turned-SNP-turned-Conservative-turned-Independent-turned-Pro-Life-turned-Ulster Unionist-turned-Conservative-turned-Lib Dem Member for Crouch End. I think Hunter may have already have mentioned him in previous posts.

The horses are saddled up, the dogs are barking to be let out of their kennels and my riding-crop is twitching - now all we need is for the law to change!

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Tut, tut, Justin - and on a day when your leader was saying people should be nice...

Neville Collins said...

"Semi-literate"? Moi? Seems I learned about that from you!

Justin Hinchcliffe said...

Yes, you are semi-literate (do you want me to give examples?). I used to agree with you when you wrote letters to the Journal. You have obviously stopped taking your tablets. As a matter of fact, I feel sorry for you. Do you need psychiatric help?

At least I allow open comments on my blog - you don't. So much for liberalism and democracy, but being semi-literate, you probably don't understand the meanings of the words.

By the way, I found your last post highly offensive. Black and Asian Conservatives were fighting for freedom and democracy before you were even born. Remind me, just how many ethnic minority Lin Dems are there?

Norfolk Blogger said...

Justin, I think you'll find the first muslim MEP was/is a Lib Dem MEP. Also, we had an EM MP until 2005, but he lost his seat.

Justin Hinchcliffe said...

No, the first UK Muslim MEP was a Conservative for the Eastern Region (his name escapes me), elected in 1999. Now we have Dr, Syed Kamall (London Region). Your MP for Leicester South played games, some wouuld say the race card, so I wouldn't go there if I were you...

Newmania said...

Justin I laughed at this . Quite that Mark Packaging is clearly a waste of air not to say a cure for insomnia . All this crap about who had a black or Muslim MP is bourgeois lies. If such a person truly represented Muslim views then you would be better off with the BNP on the team. How often have we seen that Muslims who are Westernised utterly misunderstand their own religion.

I detest the left's self satisfied and deceitful tokenism . Lets not do it .Its insulting ...

Oops we already do with women as you pointed out.

Brilliant stuff J you are really getting into some mid season form

Croydonian said...

Nirj Deva is the chap you had in mind

Norfolk Blogger said...

Justin I think you are mixing up asian and muslim. They are NOT the same thing you know.

Justin Hinchcliffe said...

Deva, now an MEP, is Sri Lanken and a Christian. Our first Muslim MEP was Bashir Khbai (Eastern Region). I'm not aware of a Conservative Muslim MP but there will no doubt be one in the next intake.

Anonymous said...

I seem to recall that the first Asian MP was elected in the 19th century, a man who used his right as a british citizen to get selected for the then Liberal party

I may of course be wrong

Incidently for the liberal cull I think I still have a 30-06 at the armorer in Cradock, a 1903 Springfield if memory serves, perfectly good for hunting Springbok, Wildebeeste and the most common liberal, the Jackal

Justin Hinchcliffe said...

You're half right, but he was a Tory - sitting for somewhere like Bethnal Green.

A pedant writes said...

Don't you mean Dadabhai Naroji?

He was a Liberal MP (elected for Finsbury Central in 1892) - not a Conservative.

In fact, not only was he not a Tory, he was actually attacked by the then Tory Prime Minister Lord Salisbury who questioned whether a black man was suitable person for Parliament.