Saturday, 9 August 2008

tBg on ABB.


It seems a comment left on this website has caused outrage in some sections. tBg understands that the comment is upsetting for ABB. It is also true that tBg reprimanded the comment as much as he could without censoring it.

As ToryBear reported, tBg received this email from ABB last night. tBg allows all comments without moderation adhering to our belief in freedom of speech thus not reflecting tBg's view in any way. Our statement of intent is reflected in the quotes on tBg's banner. tBg believes that this is essential and organic, i.e. For every bad comment, you will have comments of support. However, one partiucular sentence about ABB's sex life does contain accusations which are untrue and quite frankly nobody's business even if they were true. What other people get up to in that sense has nothing to do with what CF is about.

Nor is this true...
(Source: ToryBear)
tBg has never mentioned ABB and Richardson is the same sentence until now. Though different in language, tone and rather tongue in cheek, this is still an untruth. Should it be removed? tBg doesn't think so.

tBg believes the comment on this site reflects the disgraceful attitudes that exist in parts of out ranks toward human sexuality and other differences. tBg actually believes human sexuality is fluid and not necessarily gay or straight etc. We should know these bullying tactics exist in order to fight them. We can't fight horrible attitudes if we don't know about them.

tBg is a fan of ABB, tBg believes her to be a very lovely young lady with a bright future in our Party. tBg also asks you all to play nicely.

11 comments:

Anastasia Beaumont-Bott said...
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Anastasia Beaumont-Bott said...
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Anastasia Beaumont-Bott said...

I really appreciate you posting this. My main concern was that the press read this blog and I felt it was deadfully unfair that once again an anonymous person was leaving attacks on me - some of which were just sickiening, completely false and yes, quite upsetting. I had every right to be upset.

I've had some nasty petty things said about me in the past but that comment really crossed a line. Nobody wants to be called a slut especially when half the things she is accused didn't even happen. We live in a strange world. A man can sleep with as many women as he likes, and he is a stud. A woman is accused of sleeping with men - whether rightfully or wrongly - and she is a slut. Always the first name that comes out when someone wants to bring down a woman is "slut" - it is trully awful that that is how we feel we must bring eachother down.

The comment about me faking my sexuality were also hurtful. I've went through a lot with homophobia, in particular growing up at high school and to be tolD I am faking it for political reasons is just awful. I direct LGBTory because of what I have gone through and because I want to take from my negative experiences the ability to create something positive. Whether peopel liek me or not is irrelevant, but I woudl ask people wouldn't attach insults of me to insults of LGBTory, of which we have over 200 members who I hold a great deal of respect for. If you have a problem with me, then fine but don't let that spill over on to LGBTory which is making good ground in helping to change the perception of the party within the LGBT community.

TBG, I do however thank you for posting this to clarify the situation. Such bullying tactics are awful and whilst I was upset yesterday (who wouldn't be after reading such lies), I have had time to think. Politics requres a thick skin. Perhaps my skin isn't as thick as it should be. But I've been through a hell of a lot worse than being called a slut by someone who didn't even leave their name, and I'll be damned if this is the thing that brings me down. Im going to take from it and go grow one hell of a thick skin and maybe some armour as well. We'll see.

Mucho luvo,
ABB x

LONDON SPIN NeWs said...

That was a rather fetching explanation TBG considering you are normally pissed at this time of day.

I have received hate mail after interviewing ABB on my site and a fake has sprung up at: http://itslondonspin.blogspot.com/

Matthew Richardson said...

You can't libel yourself, can you? Obviously you shouldn't delete it. Eventually the truth of my torrid love affair with ABB will come out.

Let me tell you, it's hot!

Anastasia Beaumont-Bott said...

And that of the other dozen men I have apparently slept with. Bloody hell, if I did half the things I am accused off I wouldn't have the time to even attempt the other half!

Anonymous said...

A bright future in the party? You're joking. If the party promotes this thing then goodness knows what our prospects are.

She's thick. She's ugly. She's nasty. She's awful. She's vile.

Matt Doy said...

And you're a complete pr*ck. Have you actually met her or are you jumping on a bandwagon. I find Anastasia most helpful and supportive.

What do you do in CF apart from snidy faceless posting.

barra g said...

who the f**k are you doy?

she's a manipulative and devious little cow.

ask tb how many comments he stopped coming through on various posts on her as he thought that they were to offensive- it's not just one or two people that dislike her, there's up to about twenty plus people because of the members that she f**ked over a few years ago in scotland.

when she got found out she ran to the south, claimed she was being bullied, stood for nme and won. doy if you're from england then wait a few years until you see her true colours come out then you will be joining us all in the mud throwing- remember if we throw enough mud at her then it will stick.

mirnog said...

ok bawbag name one! Ive known the wee one since she first got involved with CFS, infact i helper get involved. Shes not a slut. Ive never ever got that impression off her nor any other memeber of CFS or its exec saying stuff about her. And ive been on the exec for the past few years so would of heard stuff. Also you choose not to attack her politics but go on about her private life, She down south cos her mum was movin down for personal reasons. So she was not ran out. Why dont u find somethin better to be doin like taking a lead sleeping pill or a long walk off a short pier?

Matt Doy said...

Barra g Im sure there are people that dont like you but they wouldnt create snidy comments on a space which is meant to be discussing CF not peoples personal life. I have found Anastasia very helpful whilst I carry out my Area Chairman role.

Oh and by the way its Matt to you, that is if you can read. Why dont you put your efforts in sniping into better things like trying spread the name of Conservative Future Scotland. The amount of effort some people put into bitchy sniping could go a long way in helping Conservative Future if you converted it positively

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