Skip to main content

Perma-tanned hypocrites

OK- so Tommy Sheridan is now legally toast. He has effectively admitted that he DID visit swingers clubs, so his libel action will fold.

Why take such legal action, when you know you are on such a difficult wicket? How arrogant do you have to be?

Galloway is much the same, and we all know about the allegations against him.

Pretty sure that most of them are true.

These perma-tanned lefties, reeking of hypocrisy, still believe that they can get away with it.

Glad to see that Sheridan won't. Look forward to Galloway getting nailed... One day.

Comments

Andrea said…
"Pretty sure that most of them are true."

was the same source who told you that the Libdems were on the verge of winning Moray that assured you that allegations against GG are true? :wink:
And are you searching for troubles? when people repeats allegations against GG, they usually end up losing in courts (Telegraph and Oona King)

And why Sheridan is hypocrites? Certainly a liar, but I wasn't aware that SSP manifesto contained a ban of swing clubs.
James said…
Tommy Sheridan's revelations bring new meaning to the phrase "up the workers!"
Andrea said…
common ownernship, sharing....he's just extending it to other fields......
Bernie Hughes said…
Sheridan's whole political career is based on relentless self-promotion. Publicity is the key; when it began to look certain that he would loose the action, he sacked his legal team, to ensure himself the maximum time in the spotlight. Live public theatre you might say; or 'reality TV' in the courtroom, like those ridiculous American shows on cable channels.
It's a depressing reflection on the state of public affairs that this bunch of clowns knock Israel's attempts to obliterate her neighbours off the front pages. On the other hand, it's likely that the SSP is now doomed completely, which cannot be a bad thing.

Popular posts from this blog

Cicero ReDux

By Special Request of Baroness Scott and Mark Valladares... Cicero's Songs returns: bigger, longer and uncut.
October 1st marked the half way point of the Estonian Presidency of the European Union.  Perhaps for many people such an anniversary is of passing interest at best.  Yet the conduct of the Estonian Presidency is reinforcing just how forward looking and innovative the most northerly of the Baltic States has become.
Estonia is a country that wants to live in the future, and with its openness and innovation, that future seems a lot closer than almost anywhere else in Europe
It is not that Estonia does not “do” the past: the picturesque cobbled streets of old Tallinn have tourist crowds a-plenty enjoying the mediaeval architecture in an Indian summer of sunshine and blue skies.  The real point is that Estonia refuses to be a prisoner of its past. Lennart Meri, Estonia’s President in the 1990s- who spent years of his childhood in Siberia- once told me that the country had to conc…

The American National nightmare becomes a global nightmare

It is a basic contention of this blog that Donald J Trump is not fit for office.

A crooked real estate developer with a dubious past and highly questionable finances. he has systematically lied his way into financial or other advantage. His personal qualities include vulgarity, sexual assault allegations and fraudulent statements on almost every subject. 

He lost the popular vote by nearly three million votes.

He has, of course, been under criminal investigation practically since before he took the oath of office. The indictment of some of closest advisers is just the beginning. His track record suggests that in due course there is no action he will not take, whether illegal or unconstitutional in order to derail his own inevitable impeachment and the indictments that must surely follow the successful investigation of Robert Mueller into his connections with Russia.

However, all of that is a matter for the American people. 

It is also a matter for the American people that Trump is cheating…

In praise of off-shore tax havens

The last few years has seen a spate of "scandals" about the use of off-shore tax havens. The hacking and subsequent leaking of data about who does and does not hold assets in off-shore jurisdictions has become an old perennial in the British press, rather like the "COLD weather happens in winter and QUITE HOT weather happens in summer", whose alarmist capital letter laced headlines are such a lazy part of contemporary "journalism". 

The increasing sophistication of the hackers, whether Russian-inspired or not, has resulted in a steady trickle of information becoming a torrent. After the relatively filleted release of data in the so-called "Panama Papers", the data release of the "Paradise Papers" is even larger.  Of course, just natural curiosity dictates that the off-shore ownership, or even just "ownership", of assets is of general public interest.  Celebrities, from the Royal family to the cast of Mrs Brown's Boys, are …