Monday, 6 April 2015

The fantastic, imaginary and magical world of Liz McInnes

A week ago. A rather bizarre claim was made on Twitter by the 'then' Heywood & Middleton MP Liz McInnes.

The reasons for my mystification regards the sequence of messages will become apparently very quickly...

I contacted a Manchester based newspaper regards the claims and the BBC. Yet nobody has thought fit to pic up on the claims that have been made.

Not sure why, but I shall leave people to make their own conclusions...


 
I would have thought the more important thing would to have been to mention contacting the police?
 
Yeah because nobody likes to be alone when confronted with an axe...
 
Yeah... Because that is what you really need when confronted by an individual with an axe, a couple of Labour Party activists armed with sheets of paper...
Still no mention of the police?
 
Making a joke out of someone with an axe? Was he chopping wood or just generally juggling axes? I fear we shall never know?
 
We I would personally suggest not joking about someone waving an axe in your face, maybe making some mention of calling the police or maybe giving the tweet in question some context?

Was the man in question chopping fire wood or was he off out to emulate his favorite horror movie?


 
Still no mention of the police from Liz.
Still no context..
...an accurate response from 'that man' highlighting just how crazy the entire claim and political point-scoring attempt has been!

 
Still no mention of the police?!
 
"Oh dear" I thought, she'll stop talking now, after all, this could reflect the Labour Party poorly and that isn't why she made the claim is it?
 
As we saw when Nigel turned up, as arranged, to open the Rotherham UKIP shop:





 
 
Oh well...
 
 
Not only that but she is going in the face of the democratic process and opposing political parties based on a rather serious accusation... But she is comfortable to fight her campaign battles in the mud...

Here...


Regardless... These are the sorts of nasty tactics we see from the Labour Party unfortunately...


 
The question asked again... Wonder if we will get an answer...

 
Or...


In fact I wonder how much involvement the police have had in opposing anti-democracy...

 
I have witnessed this myself:


But hey...


 
That's what she was certainly implying...


Seems to be an ever increasing story... The innocent being intimidated attending UKIP meetings and events...Blood donors heckled by anti-fascist protesters at Hove Town Hall
 

 
Not unusual for the Far-Left...


Goodness knows they forgot what democracy was an awfully long time ago...


Meanwhile at the UKIP Rotherham office the Far-Left (note spelling on signs) show their appreciation for democracy:


...and willing to afford Farage his democratic right to assemble and freedom of speech...


...note the protestors comments that Nigel Farage "should not be allowed" his right to assemble...
 
So proceeds more silence from Miss McInnes...


 
Still no response...

 
Either that or this is the actual offender...




 
Who knows...
 


 
 
Exactly... It is nothing more than political opportunism in the most cowardly and gutless way!

 
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Chuka Umunna Labour PPC: 'Disconnected' UKIP voters do not know how to use the internet or send emails





Who could forget?


























So in one instance we have a Labour PPC trying to profit off of what many might think is false allegations, and in another case you have Labour trying to further bury an event they are responsible under the guise of accusing "political profiteering".

Has the Labour Party and its representatives not got any morals?!



1 comment:

  1. Hello Thomas. I am the Green Party parliamentary candidate for Derbyshire Dales with whom you bet twenty of your British pounds six weeks ago on each of two wagers. The first was that UKIP would win at least half a dozen seats, and the second was that Caroline Lucas would lose Brighton Pavilion. As you will know, UKIP fell short by five, winning only one seat, while Caroline Lucas increased her majority in Brighton. So you owe forty pounds to the Child Poverty Action Group. Can you confirm you have paid up please? If you don't reply to my satisfaction, I shall have to tell the local press. Sorry and all that. Cheers, Ian.

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