Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Ealing Southall: Introducing Tony Lit Con Watch

Tony Lit Con Watch Ealing is now upon us.


Anonymous said...

ah yes.

Speaking of astroturf, how about a site with no indication of who's made it and which party they support, pretending to be a watchdog site, and claiming that Lit (described as Chelsea resident, strangely), living 1 mile from constituency, has never been to Sothall.

Looks like Lib Dem work, but hard to say.

Chris Paul said...

Think it's probably a bit edgy for the Libs don't you? And didn't you spot that there's one about the Libs too here. There's probably an Ealing Labour Watch one too I suppose - but I've not made a priority of finding that one.

Perhaps the Greens or Respect are behind it?

If you find a Labour one please let me know and I'll link to it as well.

Luke Akehurst said...
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Chris Paul said...

Thanks every so much Luke. Sadly as it is already taking up server space at LOL mansions I am going to delete all but your intro.

I have asked the man to cease and desist with the communalism. I have also asked all the other communalist hotheads to desist from calling the first lot of communalist hotheads. You follow?

Chris Paul said...

This was the other Luke Akehurst's contribution that had to be deleted to save the world's servers:

I've been asked to forward the following comment to you, presumably as part of a campaign to fill up Google's servers and thus bring about a collapse of Western democracy leading to the global triumph of Sikhism.

Don't ask me what it's about. It's over 3,000 words, which is even more than I wrote for my first year dissertation on the topic: "Ramsay MacDonald was like a father to me".

Well, it's got your number on it, so here you are, mate.

Originally posted with an extended essay on how Sikhs like Gurcharan Singh have been hard done by since the dawn of time:
10 July, 2007 23:39

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the Lib Watch site. Both sites have same contact details, making this the work of a Labour astroturfer.

Chris Paul said...

Well done! Perhaps you could renounce them - if you are quite sure - somewhere for this appalling skullduggery? Try Dale - he's up for blogging anything the Tories tell him.