Tag Archives: smear campaigns

Remainers think bring down Boris and they bring down Brexit

The silly anti Boris Johnson smear campaigns are making up in quantity what they lack in quality.  Abusive trolls with hardly any follower,  nutso lefties and Osbo flunkeys paid to do a smear job are more of a motley crew than an attack to be reckoned with.

There is so much evidence that Boris is doing a brilliant job that refuting the guff is easy, but even when shown up as liars, the technique is to spout drivel, whether it is true or not.  I have yet to find proof of one lie told by Leave, so the fact that Chuka sinks so low as to still bang on about the bus ad. proves how desperately short of ammo Remainers are.  Continue reading

Boris Johnson makes fun of Blair, the man with the CV from hell

Boris makes fun of disgraced politician Tony Blair, above.    As Foreign Secretary, Boris is still clearing up the mess left by the Bush/Blair war in Iraq.   Blair allegedly lied to Parliament over WMD and killed a generation of Muslims, men, women and children. Continue reading

Why did Faisal Islam let Cameron off the really tough questions?

Faisal Islam was tougher than expected on David Cameron in the EU Referendum interview yesterday evening, but he still let Cameron off the most difficult issues.camfaisalWhy did Islam not question Cameron on the leaked Serco letter, and ask him why the Civil Service were refusing to reveal the correspondence relating to it?  The accusation is that Cameron allegedly lied to MPs,  a resigning offence if proven.  The Rupert Soames/Serco deal was described as “a stinking scandal” by Charles Moore. Continue reading

How cheating Remain tried to rig the Referendum

It is an outright lie that both sides have made false claims in the EU Referendum. The PM has gone all out to rig the Referendum with the assistance of George Osborne, in every way he possibly can and the facts bear this out.boriscamgoveAppalling dishonesty has been practised by the Prime Minister and George Osborne in their desperate attempt to make sure we stay in the EU , lose democracy and become a superstate.  Remain has: Continue reading

EU Ref? Who’s the best campaigner you ever saw? You’re looking at him

The EU Referendum campaign turned nasty yesterday. In appalling scenes at the House of Commons, the PM brushed aside the genuine concerns of a series of ashen faced MPs, pale because it was perfectly clear he was not treating their questions seriously. He also launched a coded personal attack on Boris. It was the day democracy died on national tv.borishome2In the Daily Mail today, Peter Oborne salutes Michael Gove and Boris Johnson for their brave and principled stand in coming out for Brexit.

Oborne says:  “In the words of Mr Gove, ‘our membership of the European Union prevents us being able to change huge swathes of law and stops us being able to choose who makes critical decisions which affect all our lives. Continue reading

Labour are flooding twitter with mindless Orcs, on yet another smear campaign

Out of ideas Labour are desperately panicking as the recovery gets stronger and London shines as the greatest city in the world.  So they do what lefties do.  Launch another smear campaign!  Blatant fibbing and bizarre insults, anything to conceal they haven’t a clue what to do next.OrcsNegative campaigning works right? Well actually no, ask Ken Livingstone.  But  Labour never learn.  These are some of the tired old lies making the rounds.

Lie No.1)  Boris believes Greed is Good.  Truth:  No he doesn’t, read his speech and you will find he says the opposite of that. Continue reading

Boris would laugh about being called a cornflake, but to lie about his speech is wrong

A passionate believer in free speech,  Boris Johnson would laugh about being called a cornflake.  I am sure he would shrug off being called a c….,  and all the other names flooding twitter.  But to lie about his speech at the Margaret Thatcher lecture and to base an extensive smear campaign on those lies on twitter is wrong.borisnoble

Anyone who reads what Boris actually said would find out immediately that far from saying “Greed is Good”, the idea flooding the internet via the Guardian and the Daily Mirror, he said the opposite, he made a point of  saying greed wasn’t good and he hoped an economic revival wouldn’t see a return of the Loadsamoney flash harries and we should show compassion. He quotes Lady Thatcher, who spoke about the need for giving and cited the parable of the Good Samaritan.

He also didn’t say some people were too stupid to succeed.  He said this.  “Whatever you may think of the value of IQ tests, it is surely relevant to a conversation about equality that as many as 16 per cent of our species have an IQ below 85, while about 2 per cent have an IQ above 130. The harder you shake the pack, the easier it will be for some cornflakes to get to the top.”  In other words, it is easier to succeed if you have a high IQ.

In the beginning of his speech, Boris launches a fierce attack on the behaviour of the Labour Party at the time of the funeral of Lady Thatcher. This vile behaviour plumbed the depths of evil.  The repuations of some Labour politicians will never recover.  Was it to detract from this part of the speech that the lies were launched?

Ed Miliband has said Labour is the party of integrity.  Let him then prove it by refuting the lies raging through twitter in the name of the left.  Let him refute that Alastair Campbell has been recalled to organise these smear campaigns.  Then again, a man of integrity would never have recalled Alastair Campbell in the first place, would they?

Update:  A leader in today’s Times seems to settle the matter.