15 Jul 2011


Is this really the best that Cameron and his spin doctors can do to deflect the blows inflicted by his cosy relationship with Murdoch that saw him win the last election?  Tell everyone Brown was a friend of The Sun, does he not think people know of the devastating attacks on Gordon Brown in that filthy rag.

Here Gordon Brown renounces coverups and corruption and shows what a great Statesman he is and he is also a great humanitarian.  When he speaks about victims it comes from the heart, not some crib sheet that has been specially prepared by media spinners.  

It is going to take far more, Mr Cameron, to erase the images the public have of your cosy confidences with Murdoch and Wade as you hacked across the lovely countryside of the Cotswolds with them or supped at their lavish parties.  More still to explain your choice for Director of Media, a petty News of the World criminal, Coulson and an even worse hack as his underling Clarence I wanna be a Tory MP but they think I am a liability Mitchell.    I would not be surprised if they finish up where other tory politicians have, with the rest of the criminals in custody, best place for them.

You go back to the summer of 2007 Mr Brown and remember little Maddie McCann another victim that he cannot speak about but I know he thinks about her and like every decent person in this country wants to see justice done for that little girl.

It is so sad that UK is such a corrupt society that when we have something decent, just like Gordon Brown, we crush it and destroy it.   But here, he demonstrates he still has a voice and is not beaten yet and neither has he forgotten that ordinary people and precious little children mean so much more than money.


viv said...

It is odd that some people, apparently, (or are they just spinners) think and I quote

"Gordon Brown covered up the death of Maddie McCann".

If anyone actually believes that unqualified statement maybe they should ask themselves a few sensible questions.

Gerry McCann has publically quoted The Sun as being the paper that has been so supportive to them and there is no doubt that it has.

Now listen to Gordon Brown quoting some of the headlines from The Sun about him in the video above, even accusing him of being a murderer himself.

Now does it actually sound like The Sun, The McCanns and Gordon Brown are all on the same side, or is it The Sun who publically announced they were supporting the conservatives and in true Murdoch style just about scraped him a victory over Gordon Brown?

If Gordon Brown was on the side of a coverup for the McCanns why is it that their spin doctor Clarence Mitchell is a tory and went to work for Cameron under another tory and ex News of the World editor Coulson?

Why is it that the conversative McMillan Scott took the McCanns to Brussels for the Amber Alert charade.

From where I am standing Murdoch and the tories supported The McScams but the conservatives have now withdrawn support for both. But they would have us believe they never did support the McScamms, then why did Cameron have a meeting with them whilst in opposition? Did he want to find out and now he has?

Anyone who continues to suggest that Gordon Brown wanted any sort of coverup for the McCanns is not very bright IMO. There again, anyone who thinks the dogs prove Maddie died in the apartment is not really very bright either. Why are certain Portuguese bloggers shutting up now? Just ask yourself the question!

Most bloggers have been pursuing an agenda, it is about what they can make out of little Maddie McCann, if you are one of them or you support them because you are too blind to see, I feel sorry for you.

viv said...

I am sure Rupert Murdoch is really sorry for being such a piece of work, maybe he can start demonstrating his sorrow if he stops printing rubbish in his papers on behalf of Kate and Gerry McScam, two of the most notorious scammers in history IMO. Supporting these two is just downright immoral. They got rid of their little girl and then immediately put their sickening plans into action, to cashin..revolting couple, cheered on by a revolting organisation who thrived on the nations sex lives or anything else salacious they could think of to "entertain" the nation. From a recent look at The Sun, whilst I am pleased to see the McScams get no mention the mantra that sex sells clearly looms large. Personally, I don't give a bugger about the sex life of the McScams or anyone else for that matter. I thought that was supposed to be a private thing.

15.35 Rupert Murdoch, Chairman and CEO of News Corp, apologises in an advert headlined: "We are sorry." It will be placed in all national newspapers this weekend.
We are sorry.
The News of the World was in the business of holding others to account. It failed when it came to itself.
We are sorry for the serious wrongdoing that occurred. We are deeply sorry for the hurt suffered by the individuals affected.
We regret not acting faster to sort things out. I realise that simply apologising is not enough.
Our business was founded on the idea that a free and open press should be positive force in society. We need to live up to this.
In the coming days, as we take further concrete steps to resolve these issues and make amends for the damage they have caused, you will hear more from us.
Rupert Murdoch"