Thursday, July 21, 2016


Hopefully you will get the point here.

This isn't George. You could be George.

That's me above in the stripes.

Meet George

George is, frankly, a near-saint. He is a pacifist, tries not to kill insects, is a vegetarian because he thinks it wrong to kill animals. He has green values, avoids excess, won't drive a car. He lives alone in a small flat, modestly. He is an English teacher and a writer and would work deep into the night to help a student, for no other reason than he wants people to succeed.

Many years ago, George was a Cub Scout and then a Boy-Scout. When he was still a cub, allegations of inappropriate touching were made against a cub-leader who was eventually jailed. That man allegedly touched George's friend (1), who as it happened, in later life, ten or more years after the last time that he and George spoke worked as a rent-boy (2), got into drugs and died of AIDS.

These days, George wants to give even more back and has retrained and works a a Scout-Leader. He loves to see the joy on the faces of kids learning to make a fire or tie a knot (3). 

He absolutely loves the summer camps etc. (4)

On one camp, a few boys, NOT under George's jurisdiction sneak out to play in a river and two drown.

George is shocked and, even though it wasn't his fault, he decides to become a politician (6) to work to protect children from predators, to keep them safe from harm. to campaign for ways to develop young people (as girls now are also in the packs). (7)

Now, George is also a Socialist, and somehow (he really isn't sure how) he comes close to power (8). George never really wanted power but he believes in democracy and has a sense of duty.

But now "forces" want to portray George as something he is not.

(1) George Bland linked to paedophile ring in 1990s Scandal.

(2) Bland's rent-boy association. AIDS-riddled friend dies of drugs overdose.

(3) Bland "a little bit close" to innocent youngsters in tying up games.

(4) Bland enjoys romps in woods with innocent children. Did he not learn 1990's lesson?

(5) Kids drown while Bland sleeps on watch. Bland forced to resign.

(6) Poacher turned Gamekeeper. Candidate linked to historical paedophile cases now says he wants to fight to protect kids!

(7) It's no longer just young boys. Now Bland linked to 8-Year old girls!

[8] I can't-drive Bland Transport Minister? How stupid does it get?

(9) Vegetarian Bland says I'm no PM (but stands anyway)

(10) Vegetarian, insect-loving friend of rent-boys and drug-addicts, who loves nothing more than a weekend in the woods with ten year old boys (and girls!), a man associated with jailed pervert Conrad Xxxxxxx, now asks you to vote for him!

Sunday, July 03, 2016
















In the final week of the Brexit debate, the Prime Minister, David Cameron appeared on a BBC Question Time Special.

He was introduced by a BBC “Legend”, appeared in a special constructed studio setting with an audience carefully at a distance, all in front of him. The PM stood on a raised dais in front of dramatic coloured backgrounds.

If you take a snapshot of the PM as the people would have seen him (or as TV showed him) he is placed in a position of power, nice “regal” colours, no distraction…

Note below, the relatively polite arms raised, the almost regal setting

You can watch the whole of the debate here:

Contrast this with how SKY presented Jeremy Corbyn.

Jeremy Corbyn was placed in a room that looked more like a canteen.

There were windows behind him with distractions.

An awkward SKY NEWS poster distracted the eye

There was no pomp, no circumstance. Prior to Jeremy speaking SKY had two nonentities jabbering about Brexit on the sidelines. These two remained close by during Jeremy’s presentation.

No dais, no regal backdrop. Instead Jeremy was presented with a high “kitchen chair”, had to walk through the higgledy-piggledy crowd to reach his seat, and sat with people in front, to his side and some behind.

IMO there was a conscious effort to present him as if this was a meeting in a church hall. It was amateurish and made Jeremy look like a councillor, not a statesman.


This was SKY’s “Big Moment”, so why was the presentation so unbelievably bad? Why did Labour’s campaign people allow such a terrible setting, a setting which “lowered the status” of the leader of the opposition?

When Theresa May was presented at the start of her campaign, she appeared in a carefully arranged setting, surrounded by mahogany, backed by book-shelves.

More often than not JC is presented walking across a field, being jostled, harassed by reporters. Ask yourself why this happens time after time after time.