The Lib Dem with two faces?


Neville Collins is a Lib Dem member here in Hunter's home turf, Tottenham. You could not wish to meet a more gaffe-prone Lib Dem than Collins. Famous gems include, "understanding why people vote for the BNP" and accusing Tottenham residents of being either "liars" or "high on drugs" for daring to stick up for Tottenham when questioned by the Evening Standard.

There's no doubt whatsoever that the man is a hamper short of a picnic! He's also an attention-seeker. Now, let me get to the main point. This is Collins' official blog but the style of "NJC Exposed", a site dedicated to tearing him to shreads, is remarkably similar to his own blog. Could he be running both? Yes, is Hunter's view. There are things written in NJC Exposed - e.g. his past political loyalties, track record at work and school - which could only be known by Neville Collins himself. This is all rather sad and tragic for a person to behave in such a way.

Neville Collins is certainly not the first or last Lib Dem with two faces!

16 comments:

David Allen said...

NJC Exposed is certainly a peculiar blog. It is difficult to imagine anyone becoming so exercised over the man that they would devote a whole blog to him and apparently stalk him in this way.

Justin Hinchcliffe said...

As I said, he's not very bright...

Neville Collins said...

Justin, I can assure you and your readers that "NJC Exposed" is NOT written by myself. Why would I want to trash myself in this way? I get enough stick from my Lib Dem colleagues as it is!

Justin Hinchcliffe said...

Neville, I don't believe you. No sooner had you posted here, am article appeared on NJC Exposed...

You really are in need of help!

Justin Hinchcliffe said...

Collins' post was at 15:53 and the story on NJC Exposed appeared at 6:10.

Tom Mason said...

Here’s another strange coincidence…

At 11.19 AM on 2nd July, NJCexposed posted this comment on Rachel North’s blog (my emphasis added):

"The recent lucky escapes proves the point that we need to put more pressure on the government to withdraw British troops from Iraq, and to start improving our dialogue with Muslims in the UK. Sadly, it seems, Gordon Brown isn't listening... will he tolerate a successful attack before he gets the message?"


And less than half an hour later the real Neville posted this article on his own blog which makes exactly the same points in very similar language:

"Car bombs- a lucky escape

The three failed recent terrorist car bomb attacks, two at London’s West End, and the other at Glasgow Airport, shows that Britain had a very lucky escape in that severe carnage was prevented. One would think that incoming Prime Minister Gordon Brown would consider setting a timetable for withdrawing British troops from Iraq and setting up a long term peace dialogue with the country’s Muslim community. "



How strange that two seemingly mortal enemies should have reached the same conclusions at the same time, and phrased them in the same way.

Perhaps they really DO have more in common than they like to make out? ;-)



Tom

Justin Hinchcliffe said...

I swear, Tom, that's it him. No ifs, not buts.

Tom Mason said...

Quite so mate, I think we can declare him officially BUSTED!

;-)

T

Tom Mason said...

Well done by the way, great bit of detective work!

Tom

Spartacus said...

I'm Neville Collins!!!

NJC Exposed Exposed said...

No! I'M NEVILLE COLLINS!!!!

Neville said...

No, I'm the REAL Neville Collins!

Brian said...

I'm Neville Collins, and so is my wife!

Justin Hinchcliffe said...

Fuck, we';re all Neville Collins!

Norfolk Blogger said...

Perhaps Justin you should provide your internet skills to Grants Shapps so that he can learn not to get caught trashing the Lib Dems or to the Sutton Tory Councillor caught using multiple pseudonyms on Lib Dem voice.

Justin Hinchcliffe said...

Nich, again, I do not understand the point you're trying to make.

If Shapps did pose as a Lib Dem or really did have 1234 as his password, then the man's a fool (as I've said on your blog!)

But, this is the FIRST TIME EVER, that I've known a politician to set up a parallel blog to his own to attack himself and his party. Don't you find it totally bizarre?