12
Jul
11

Why the hacking scandal should backfire on the politicians

The news that the government is to back an opposition motion calling
on Murdoch to drop his bid for BSkyB
after the recent revelations about the manner
some of his papers used to get exclusive stories has, arguably, given
the political classes the excuse and chance to clip his ambitious wings.
Indeed out of the three “P”s – Politicians, Police and Press – the politicians
have probably incurred the least damage. In fact some may even feel sorry for
them.

Do you feel sorry for them?
Why?
I’ll remind you why you shouldn’t.

They couldn’t attract the attention of Murdoch enough. Did you see the images
of Cameron greeting Rebekah Brooks? Did you see the images of Tony Blair
greeting the same Rebekah Brooks? Have a look on the net – the images and videos
are bound to be somewhere. Blair even travelled to the other side of the world
to ‘cosy up’ to Murdoch’s News Corporation. Over the last twenty or so years,
the proximity between politicians and Murdoch had been getting smaller.

All of a sudden, the politicians have ganged up against him.
Why?
It’s because the politicians have been spineless, self-serving cocksuckers.
That’s right – cocksuckers.
Probably the biggest of them was Blair. Oddly enough he’s been pretty silent
recently, hasn’t he? Well he can’t very talk with his mouth full, can he?

The way the politicians have suddenly turned against Murdoch is utterly
repellent. They had decades to tell him who ran the country but they
didn’t. Now, eventually, they have shown themselves up for the playground
lackeys that the really are. Bullies are bullies because others allow them
to be and just as bullies quite often stop being bullies when the cowards
who pandered to them finally realise that they can, and should, do something,
the politicians saw that they were able to make some sort of stand
against the bully. No bravery or heroism. Just a bunch of pathetic individuals
who have never deserved a slap more in their lives.

These weak individuals deserve no credit or sympathy.
They are paid to run the country, even if it is badly.

Repulsive individuals.

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2 Responses to “Why the hacking scandal should backfire on the politicians”


  1. 12 July 2011 at 5:43 pm

    I think many a politician have been waiting for some time to throw a stone at Murdoch (because of their own sordid skeletons in the closet), they had to wait for an act so obscene by his minions that the people would look the other way. Sadly for them (pols and police) nobody has been fooled. They’re all dirty, they all live in glass houses, and throwing stones isn’t going to save them.

    • 2 creamcrackereduk
      12 July 2011 at 5:54 pm

      True. There’s probably been many a politician that’s been silent due to the NI group
      (and others) having dirt on them. A very unhealthy relationship.


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