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The truths they don't want you to read....

Monday, November 26, 2007

Donations to Labour

With Labour attracting a variety of different donors for all sorts of different backgrounds, the international financiers, hedge fund executives, multi-millionaires, aspiring crawlers, assorted tax-dodgers and various spivs will feel they have to return to the Tory Party just to get away from the working class, who seem to be reclaiming the party.

One of the new major donors, a builder from Newcastle, spoke for many as he leant out of the door of his Transit van and expressed his deep rooted beliefs about politics in the UK,

"I can't stand Labour. I can't stand any politicians."

Speaking under strict conditions of anonymity, Ray Ruddick explained that he knew nothing about the donations that made him the third largest donor to Labour.

The same applies to the fourth largest donor, Janet Kidd.

Probably due to the fact that the donor was actually a property developer David Abrahams who was passing the funds through friends/acquaintances to hide his identity.

Did no-one from Labour wander around to Mr Ruddick or Mrs Kidd and say "Thank you" for the donations? Did no-one invite them to join the Labour Party? Did the sitting MP's not call in and see if they could get a cut of the next round of donations?

Lady Prosser - a former Labour Treasurer - said party officials normally ran a "due-diligence test" to ensure people were "bona fide" and money received was "legitimate".

Not this time, missus.

Is the Labour Party now so complacent about receiving large sums from unknown donors that it does nothing more than the bare legal minimum? The answer seems to be a resounding "Yes".

All of which points to a mind-set that is crying out for a serious beating at the polls before reality sets in.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Your point has been made now on BBC. What I found strange was that a video was found of this man so "desperately private"!