The behaviour of Green Jenny Jones at City Hall is more suited to the Jeremy Kyle show

The public is thoroughly disillusioned with politics and respect for politicians is at an all time low. Mercifully, Mayor’s Question Time is edited for television, but the session is open to the general public, who are frequently treated to behaviour more suited to the Jeremy Kyle show.jeremykyleGreen Jenny Jones uses social media and the national press to launch smear campaigns to attack supporters of Boris Johnson and to smear him personally.  This is classic JK contestants behaviour.

Green Jenny Jones has told the Mayor at City Hall “You have blood on your hands”  over fire deaths and cycling deaths, before the official investigations.  This is picked up by the national press, who castigate Boris in lurid headlines.  When he is inevitably cleared by the investigation, Jenny never even apologises, and certainly does not update the press.   On the contrary, once some well wisher reported again that the Mayor had blood on his hands to London 24 even though he had been proved completely blameless..

As I reported on one occasion: ” Green Jenny  Jones is usually first in line to tell Boris he has “blood on his hands”!    The FBU were tripping over their hoses in their eagerness to blame Boris in lurid terms on twitter.”  The same behaviour manifests every time there is a cycling death, although it is impossible for the Mayor to protect us 24 hours a day from human error.  Evidence of Jenny Jones’ reprehensible behaviour in tandem with the FBU is here. 

At one time, simply because I defend the Mayor,  I was subjected to a concerted effort to get me removed from twitter.  A tweeter told me I would be continually reported until I was removed from twitter.  I have reason to believe some Assembly members were involved in this.

The rules of the Assembly are deliberately broken – members are supposed to treat each other with respect.  As Chairman, Green member Darren Johnson continually and deliberately ignored the rule on heckling, allowing Labour Assembly members to regularly heckle Boris and allowing heckling in public debates.  Once he allowed the FBU to solidly heckle the Mayor at City Hall for over 2 hours, and the language was disgraceful. The evidence is here.

Jenny Jones has an unhealthy interest in the sex lives of others,  (a recurring theme on the JK show is people poking their noses into the love lives of others) her interest extending both to the Mayor and the Met Police.  Surely there are more important matters to investigate than whether the cops are having sex when working undercover, although Jenny doesn’t think so.  With Julia Hartley Brewer, Jenny Jones has criticised Boris’s personal life on twitter, and criticised his personal life in City Hall.  She has falsely accused him of lying to the House of Commons, and because I support Boris, she has personally attacked me.

When I finally told her off in no uncertain terms, she acted the injured victim., flounced from the Chamber and had to be consoled with a sweetie.   She later recovered, to describe me on twitter as “full of bile” and “rabid”.

Not content with this behaviour, she then launched another twitter attack using another tweeter, @geraldrd  The pointless personal criticisms, which  included calling me ugly and stupid, were reminiscent of the school playground, and I didn’t bother to reply. Tories never have and never will indulge in such behaviour, nor would we ever connive to get someone thrown off twitter. (When asked if he would allow a computer expert to check his account to clear him of collusion with Jenny Jones, @geraldrd, guess what? refused.)

Smear campaigns on twitter and Facebook, unhealthy interest in other peoples’ sex lives, screaming  abuse, this is how the contestants on the Jeremy Kyle show operate.  But Jeremy Kyle helps addicts to recover from drug and alcohol problems in rehab, tells warring couples they are selfish and should put aside their difference and put their children first.

He urges foul mouthed contestants to act with dignity and refrain from lies. He tells people to look at themselves and face their faults, he offers counselling, pointing out destructive behaviour has consequences.  Jenny Jones, a representative of the people, and supposed role model,  sneers at the Jeremy Kyle show, considering such people beneath her.  She cannot see she is the Kyle contestants mirror image and she should learn from him.

Barrister Howard Jones informed me on twitter:

Howard Jones @hjoneshojo
Assembly Member is not like a normal employee, but in appropriate cases a report should be made to standards committee @angelneptustar

10 responses to “The behaviour of Green Jenny Jones at City Hall is more suited to the Jeremy Kyle show

  1. Reblogged this on A Riverside View and commented:
    Interestingly someone described BBC Question Time when Russell Brand was on it as a posh version of Jeremy Kyle

    • Taking abuse from Labour and Green voters on twitter is par for the course. I do think it is very wrong though that a member of the London Assembly, a representative of the people, engages in such appalling behaviour.

  2. Jeremy Kyle does a lot of good, helping people with behavioural problems, teaching them not to abuse others. Maybe Jenny should go on the show and get help from resident psychologist Graham. He teaches people how to treat others with respect.

  3. Actually, I think you’ll find Police Officers undercover, engaging in sexual activity, IS something the public should, and have been made aware of in the past.
    Where does it say in a police officers contract that part of their role, whilst ON duty, is to engage in such activities with a member of the public, for extracting evidence?
    So ridiculing Jenny for that and likening it to a Jeremy Kyle Show? “Not on my watch gov’ner”

  4. Reblogged this on loopeyange and commented:
    This blogger has a dig at #JennyJones. My response?…
    Actually, I think you’ll find Police Officers undercover, engaging in sexual activity, IS something the public should, and have been made aware of in the past.
    Where does it say in a police officers contract that part of their role, whilst ON duty, is to engage in such activities with a member of the public, for extracting evidence?
    So ridiculing Jenny for that and likening it to a Jeremy Kyle Show? “Not on my watch gov’ner”

    • Sadly Jenny shows an unhealthy interest in other peoples’ sex lives, ie. her colleagues, when it is none of her business, exactly like the Jeremy Kyle show, which frequently features gossips and busybodies. Unprofessional. If Jenny accuses police officers of engaging in sex while undercover, she needs to be able to prove it is for the purpose of extracting evidence. Is she able to do that? Difficult, I would have thought. There are so many serious crimes needing police attention, paedos, extremism, murder, theft, I find it strange that Jenny is obsesssed with this cop sex thing.

      • Personally I find it strange, your fascination with Boris…..are you his wife by any chance?

        Undercover police officers engaging in sex whilst on duty? With those they are surveilling ? And you equate that to Jeremy Kyle? Sorry, but I’m in full agreement with Jenny.

      • angelnstar

        Hi Loopy. Very hard to support someone politically and never mention them! In fact impossible.

        Jenny is not only obsessed with undercovercops having sex, (impossible to prove, more important things for the Met to monitor) she is also obsessed with Prince Andrew’s protection squad stopping him from having sex. It has been explained to Jenny that protection officers are only there to protect the Royals, not judge them morally. Also it is not illegal to be naked in a private house.

        Jenny is also interested in Boris Johnson having sex. A pattern seems to be emerging, why is Jenny so interested in peoples’ sex lives? Really not her business. You don’t have to apologise for agreeing with her, some people just too interested in the private lives of others I guess.

      • When an undercover police officer is allegedly having sex whilst on duty, then I think it IS something to be discussed – you don’t agree?
        I have no interest in the ‘Royals’ whatsoever – and certainly not their sex lives. It seems you too have a liking for discussing such issues?
        Since when were police officers in our Country called “Cops” ? Working with someone as ‘professional’ as Boris, who I take it works closely with the Force? You’d have the decency to use the correct terminology?
        Just out of interest – what does your job entail?

        Regards

      • angelnstar

        Have explained, impossible to prove. Cops have more important things to do with their time. Have no interest in discussing peoples’ sex lives. No need. Big fan of the cops. Defend them all the time. Take care.

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