Friday, 17 April 2009

Has ANYBODY learned from Smeargate?

No.

Whitehall sources unleashed an extraordinary salvo at Christopher Galley, the civil servant who leaked to Mr Green but was also freed from the threat of criminal prosecution. One labelled him a “complete loser”. Claiming that he had used a term from Star Trek as a computer log-in, an insider said: “That says it all, doesn’t it. The guy was a laughing stock.”


Really, I don't know where to start.

1. Has the Times not noticed that people don't like the press's collusion with the government in dripping poison? So why the cunting fuck are they quoting "Whitehall sources" and "an insider"?
2. Has the government not noticed that people have just been exposed to the dodgy workings of how they smear people? So why the cunting fuck would we give these fucking Whitehall sources and insiders anything but a hearty "FUCK OFF, YOU BASTARDING CUNTS"?

Fuck. Nothing's going to change, is it?

6 comments:

Old Holborn said...

Governments should fear their people. People should never fear their Governments

The worm is turning. 60,000,000 voices, unregulated, uncensored on 60,000,000 blogs.

646 idiots being told what we think instead of the other way around

Delicious

Obnoxio The Clown said...

Not fucking delicious, then? ;o)

Guthrum said...

The very booing of Gordon Browns name from Labour stronghold Liverpool at the Hillsborough memorial suggests that the Peoples Party are not very popular !

JuliaM said...

"Claiming that he had used a term from Star Trek as a computer log-in, an insider said: “That says it all, doesn’t it. The guy was a laughing stock.”"This is the best they can come up with...? They can't even do smearing right!

Ahahahaha!

Chalcedon said...

The sad thing is, no-one really expected things to change. Maybe, just maybe if these sources were named this childish tripe might end. But the hacks would get very little then of course.

Rob Farrington said...

I agree, a login based on Star Trek is totally like, sad.

Babylon 5 and BSG are both MUCH better.



Regards,

Captain 'Frosty' Farrington, 3rd Starfury Squadron, EAS Manchester