Sunday, 21 March 2010

Stephen Buyers et al.



The stench of corruption

MPs for sale for a mere £3-5K per day. Any ordinary voters (the people these leeches are supposed to represent) are urged to take cash in brown paper envelopes. And get to the back of the queue.









35 comments:

Anonymous said...

completely O/T (I think - as my PC isn't displaying much of this) but typical of McSnot & his crooks:

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/politics/article7069942.ece

'Good enough to die for the country, but not vote'. Cunts! Couldn't possibly be that because of the way the troops have been treated by Labour they might care to vote for a different Party - could it?

Anonymous said...

picture links are duf

Rogerborg said...

To do any work for government, you have to get security clearance by stating that you have never done anything that subverted or supported the subversion of Parliamentary democracy.

Yes, I laughed too when I ticked the box.

Happy voter said...

How much does it cost to take out a contract? Surely another whip round should cover it.

thelunaticarms said...

Pure naked corruption.

Didn't expect anything less.

Fucking hate the bastards said...

Have you seen the website of the company. One look at it and you know it is a fake company -http://www.andersonperry.com . Imagine being taken in by this - and these are supposed to be intelligent people.

No wonder every IT project the govt does is not fit for purpose.

WamBam said...

Hey I said it before, instead of raising the money for Nick Hogan we could have bought a couple of MPs.

Anonymous said...

WamBam - and then burned them on a bonire? Sounds god to me!

wallawallies said...

I thought the AndersonPerry site was quite clever. Picking wallawalla as one of their bases with local towns called 'Prescott' and 'Eureka'. And vacancies for fishing experts etc.
I think the troughers got blinded by the thought of the money and feeling good to be 'headhunted' and didn't carry out due diligence (as usual.)
I googled wallawalla and it does exist !

woman on a raft said...

If you listen carefully you can hear thousands of civil servants going shitshitshitshitshit because they only told Byers they were 'doing policy options'.

In reality they have six weeks off to removate their cottages in France, except for those having wild affairs who have told their wives/husbands that they have to keep working whilst spending the time shagging like rabbits in the Euston Novotel.

Now every two-bit consultancy is going to be chasing them with dumb questions and they'll have to go in to the office.

Byers is so a dead man walking.

Rob Spierre said...

re whip round.........

chieftan tanks.....fully restored condition ex army reserve at 43,000.00 euros each........

http://www.russianmilitarytrucks.com/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=1508

Anonymous said...

Just as a reminder ,as if you'd forgotten
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1259445/How-I-blew-duck-house-Heather-Brooke-lighting-fuse-biggest-political-scandal-time.html

She's wrote a book as well,will make good reading.

anderson and perry said...

fuckinghatethebastards....

That's a real company. CH4 used AndersonPerryassociates which is now closed down.
So it fooled you aswell.

Criminal cunts said...

These UAF cunts are the ones supported by Labour, the Tories and LibDems, and surprise surprise they've just a bunch of fuckin crims just like most MPs.

It's a fuckin revolution we need to clear out this shit!



"More than 70 people were arrested during clashes between right-wing and anti-fascist protesters which brought a town centre to a standstill.

At least 74 arrests were made, more than 55 from the UAF and nine from the EDL, police said.

Officers said UAF protesters were responsible for most of the trouble - and the organisation's joint secretary, Weyman Bennett, said he was arrested and charged with conspiracy to organise violent disorder.

Assistant Chief Constable Garry Shewan, from Greater Manchester Police, who led the policing operation, said his officers faced "a lot of hostility" and "unwarranted attacks", resulting in injuries.

He said the EDL had protested by flag-waving and "vitriolic name-calling" but he reserved his criticism for the UAF".

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/breaking-news/uk-ireland/74-arrests-in-demo-clash-14733310.html

Anonymous said...

Strange how non of the NWO c*nts get busted!

Something says SET UP

a good way to clear out the outer circle to make way for more puppets from the inner circle!

After all, their expenses were agreed upon by the administration.

HONEY TRAP!

As for the EDL they are being set up and targeted by the state as a terrorist group, which will in fact be goverment plants.

This will allow them to clamp down on any form of nationalism, at least that is what they think.

They have been playing this game for decades mostly in other countries, They also set up the 7/7, all a big state op.

They use identicle `drills` on the same day as a cover, it is clasic false flag.

Yes the state murdered British people on 7/7.

418 said...

smug, lying bastards

Anonymous said...

Everyone should 'Cromwell' the MPs concerned, and any others who are outed.

http://youve-been-cromwelled.org/

blanche of castille said...

This lot should be prosecuted for Attempting to Obtain a Pecuniary Advantage by Deception contrary to the Theft Act 1968. Make your contribution to the debate by reporting these felonies under the "Theft" category online to the Met at:

https://online.met.police.uk/

The more complaints the Met receives, the more likely they are to do something about all this. The maximum sentence is 5 years.

The Grim Reaper said...

I wonder what the going rate to buy an MP is?

Ian Thorpe said...

What I want to know is what they were offering for that kind of money. You could hire Belle du Jour for less...

Demetrius said...

All the pictures were blocked. Were they that naughty?

Katabasis said...

A question I have about this, which has plagued me since the similar revelations about the Lords is where are our wonderful "intelligence" agencies when it comes to this kind of issue?

Surely they should - if their job was actually to protect us, and the country - be completely on top of this.

What is one of the most common covers for an intelligence operative? A business man or woman of course. And £3-5k per little "favour" is pocket money for most intelligence agencies.

Anonymous said...

Suggestion:

Put up another donate button so we can buy an MP for a day to lobby some stuff for us? Lets crowdsource our little brown envelopes and see what happens!

OK, I was only kidding, but that's probably the only way any of us get in behind pravda and the corporates

Katabasis said...

Re: my previous comment: ...and its not as if these are just backbenchers. One of them was the Defence Secretary at one point.

Colin Berry ( Expat) said...

Something should be done about these darkish brown chaps that seemingly keep falling out the backs of foreign lorries on this side of the ENGLISH channel. Genuine asylum seekers my f*cking arse! They are really after our generous social security payments and our lovely virginal ENGLISH roses like my dear wife Janet. Send the buggers home I say.
Incidentally I should say that I have been forced to take up residence in Southern France to get away from all the bloody foreigners.
Is this what my dear old mother spent five years in the war as a Land army girl for?

M de Plouquenet said...

Colin you make some very valid points. I wonder are you the same Colin Berry who now domicile in Attibes France and who is currently taking the air in Gibraltar and working on your much long awaited memoirs?

Colin Berry ( Expat) said...

M de Plouquenet, You appear to be well informed. Tell me have we ever met your name seems somewhat familiar?

M de Plouquenet said...

Colin, I sometimes also comment here as Ron Broxted along with a host of other non de plumes such as K McEgan.
I am currently unemployed and squatting in Belfast and I am very active as regards contributing to the political debate and on Gay issues. I believe that like me you have been thrown off the torygraphs blog site on more occasions than you could shake a stick at. I am only guessing now but have you now rejoined and are currently posting as Browned Off?
I have always admired your excellent pieces on man made global warming, along with your sadly too infrequent contributions to Nude Scientist.

Colin Berry ( Expat) said...

M de Plouquenet, do you mean New Scientist and not Nude Scientist? I have had several letters published in the Sun newspaper and the Sunday Sport problem page. I am currently taking time out in Gibraltar whilst attempting to write an in depth expose on Freemasonry and the rumour concerning the mysterious 37th degree. Where the initiate is required to seduce a live female baboon as part of their initiation ceremony. My current presence in Gibraltar is partly scientific to see if this is possible. So far I have been bitten six times and spent a small fortune on bananas.

Ron Broxted said...

Colin, I am sorry to hear that, you should have spoken to me first and saved yourself much pain and suffering, along with a sack load of bananas. I could have told you how to do it without getting bitten.
You are right to attempt to expose these 37th degree merchants. Their ultimate goal is to run the world so I am lead to believe by Robert Napier the telegraphs energy expert.

Colin Berry ( Expat) said...

M de Plouquenet/Ron Broxted,Sorry I thought you were Robert Napier? That aside I am looking for a research assistant and your experience in the field of Zoophilia could be most useful. As my research seems to have hit a brick wall at present and my neighbours are starting to become suspicious concerning my open door policy with regard to the apes and the number of discarded banana skins

M de Plouquenet said...

Colin, have you tried feeding them tamazepam. This usually makes them compliant in my experience. It would still be advisable to bag their heads whilst the seduction takes place. I found this out whilst working at a well known animal testing laboratory.
My god the night shift was fun.

Colin Berry ( Expat) said...

M de Plouquenet/Ron Broxted, thanks for your tip. I believe it is a prescription drug only in the UK due to its possible additive nature, however I think it is obtainable via the internet. You can contact me further via my website,Sciencebog which if I say so myself is really super.
By the way I trust you are not a Freemason?

M de Plouquenet said...

Colin, how very dare you...mwah a mason whatever next? Only joking Colinbod. Actually I'm too busy down the local Masjid and cottaging, plus I am a member of the UAF (Ultimate Arse Fucking) to have time to don the black tie and white gloves. Besides I only own one suit and that's grey. Must get some sleep now as I have to be up by mid day to post more crap on my telegraph. You can catch me there. I post as Shanghai and PC Haslam and Johnathan Hemmett.

Colin Berry ( Expat) said...

M de Plouquenet/Ron, yes it is late here and Janet is complaining why I have not joined her in the rather uncomfortable double bed that comes with this cheap apartment. Perhaps I will take her a banana and a mug of hot chocolate. Nite nite.

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