Monday, March 03, 2008

Now we know where they got their ideas from

If you have ever wondered where Greenwich Council gets its ideas for the dictatorial regime that seems to pass for a London Borough Council, then look no further than the Early Day Motion which was signed by two of Greenwich's three MP's and former members of Greenwich Council.
John Austin (Lab, Erith and Thamesmead) and Clive Efford (Lab, Eltham) both signed EDM 982, praising Fidel Castro. This Early Day Motion was also signed by the notable George Galloway.

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5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not enough being made of this disgrace and they should be thoroughly ashamed of themselves. There was criticism of Harriet Harmon in the House of Commons the other day as she was involved too.

"Up the revolution Bruvver ......"

5:48 pm  
Anonymous t said...

I dont see that praise for a retiring castro is such a huge deal, not when you consider that anyone who's a member of the conservative or labour parties is actively supporting george bush.

10:12 am  
Anonymous J J said...

No surprise there then!!

4:21 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Quite right T, lets lock up all the homosexuals shall we?

9:31 pm  
Anonymous t said...

*Anonymous said...
Quite right T, lets lock up all the homosexuals shall we?*

Fair point, but IMO its not as bad as insisting on retaining the death penalty for children.

11:03 am  

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