Tuesday, February 03, 2009
DAWN BUTLER MP's FAKED LETTER & THE STRANGE TALE OF THE PRESIDENT & MSM THAT DIDN'T BARK IN THE NIGHT
In my naivete I thought that this that this piece of stupid fraud would get picked up by the MSM. Even though no fivers changed hands we are, after all talking about as open, obvious & blatant a fraud as any MP could engage in. That her party would have to, at the very least, discipline her & probably disown her. My comment on Iain's blog was
I assume Obama's office has been emailed about this. After all if there were any truth to it it would make Obama look like a complete idiot. I think he is going to have to say something about even if it is "Mr Obama has no recollection of the incident".I also emailed Obama's office for such a something. But no - not a chirp from Obama, from her party & barely one from the media - with the exception of this extremely chirpy piece from the BBC "Labour MP gets Barack's backing" which treats it as unquestionably genuine. Exactly who do you have to kill to be unfit to be a Labour MP? The only thing we can conclude from this is that there is absolutely no sort of obvious lie that is beneath that party, that Obama has relatively little self respect & that our media can be relied on not to report anything embarrassing.
I found Unity's review convincing:
The signature was originally written on a white piece of paper & electronically added to the rest of the letter, which Dawn now admits writing.
I'm not sure whether to be more appalled by the complete dishonesty or complete stupidity.
The more the media worships the Obamanation the more they seem like the Soviet media, despite the state not even owning them! Normally such uniformity in a free economy requires the power of the state to enforce, leading me to believe that either we are not living in a free economy or the state is involved behind the scenes.
All the most sucessful conspiracies don't really have conspirators, or a name, it is just that everybody involved knows what is going on. The Cosa Nostra "our thing" & the Bilderberg Group (latterly named after the hotel they first met in) show they initially appreciated the strenght of being nameless.