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Tuesday, 11 May 2010

Usual suspects

I see today that it was Alistair Campbell and Peter Mandelson, both unelected, who persuaded Gordon Brown to step aside, albeit in the Autumn, to facilitate a deal with the Lib Dems. What is the hold they have on him? Remember that Campbell quit being an adviser after the Dr. Kelly affair and Mandelson, although having to resign twice through malfeasance, still got a plumb job in Europe and a peerage. Not bad for a man dubbed the Prince of  Darkness. Even Tony Blair put in a brief, almost half hearted attempt at the hustings in a forlorn attempt to get Jacqui Smith elected. These people are desperate to retain power. Why? Their attempts to lure the Lib Dems into a coalition, when the odds are so stacked against them, is almost embarassing. It clearly is for the likes of Blunkett, Reid and Hoey who are recommending that the Socialist accept defeat graciously.
The usual suspects of Brown, Blair, Mandelson, and Campbell have something to hide. One day they will be found out and when that day arrives I hope that powers that be will take steps to secure Justice for the people of the United Kingdom.

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