Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Labour MP Alistair Darling goes public on "the forces of hell" coming from Number 10, bullying inquiry now has traction

Dear All

It seems that the 'psychologically flawed' Gordon Brown faces more allegations to answer with his own Chancellor Alistair Darling saying that "the forces of hell" had been unleashed against him by Number 10.

The latest revelation following hot on the heels of ‘bullygate’ raise the impetus for an inquiry into Number 10 more credible.

The "forces of hell" started against Darling when he forecast the worst recession for 60 years in 2008.

So a question, why does Gordon Brown seem to surround himself with people who have previously been described as bullies?

The names are quite telling;

Ed Balls

Damien McBride

Charlie Whelan

Character as David Cameron has been raised as an election issue, so what does it say about Brown’s moral compass that he employs people such as these?

All that is required for evil to flourish is for good men to do nothing but more than that it seems that Brown is seemly unaware of the evil that swirls round him?

Doesn’t he read newspapers?

Doesn’t he hear radio?

Doesn’t he watch television?

Don’t his friends tell him what is going on?

Don’t his Party Colleagues tell him what is going on?

Doesn’t his wife tell him what is going on?

Is it possible that in a hi-tech 24/7 world, he never came across what his people were up to?

The revelations by Alistair Darling of “hell” add further weight to the Andrew Rawnsley book, The End of The Party which is available from all good bookstores.

Tory Leader, David Cameron asked a pertinent question;

"Why does his [Mr Brown's] moral compass always point to somebody else rather than him?"

The clock is ticking for the end of Gordon Brown’s ‘reign of terror’, maybe after he is defeated at the ballot box he will take the time to reflect on the evil he has done.

The last laugh is had by Darling when he said of Brown’s thugs;

"Frankly, my best answer for them is, I'm still here, one of them is not."

Come the General Election, Brown is going to!

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

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