Thursday, 17 January 2013

EXCLUSIVE: Tousi shuts down Mahyarism and quits CF.

Influential CF'er and journalist Mahyar Tousi has sensationally quit the Tory Youth brigade and closed down his CF news-site Mahyarism.

Tousi was said to have a bright future in the Tory Youth wing but says he'd had enough of petty back-biting and back-stabbing by his former colleagues.

Tousi was thought to be in the Robinson camp up-until a few days ago when he announced to tbg he's fed up with it all and that ordinary CF members don't get a look in the 'CF bubble' that has been created.

It is rumoured that Mahyar Tousi has been offered a position at The Spectator but tbg can exclusively reveal that Mahyar will now join the team here at theblueguerilla...



Mahyar Tousi has some damning comments on his decision:

"As I have said many times before, CF is a fantastic organisation where members can network, campaign for the Party and improve their political skills. However, there have always been a few in the minority who took it too seriously and betrayed their own friends, and all for what?

They believe their behaviour will help them practice to become good politicians in the future. All I can say to them is good luck.

The CF bubble has always been there, but instead of opening up to all regular hard working members who do not care about these games, they are merely shifting the bubble towards themselves."


"In regards to the elections and endorsements, unfortunately most (not all) of the candidates do not really care about members. They are busy playing politics and plotting against others."

31 comments:

Anonymous said...

I agree with Mayhar. CF needs more sensible normal people, and its a shame he's leaving.

Anonymous said...

This is a sad loss for CF. Unfortunate it had to happen. Still, Mahyar's got an excellent future ahead of him and can continue the good work outside of CF. Good luck!

Anonymous said...

Completely agreed. It's time someone injected a little humour into these elections!

Anonymous said...

I very much share your frustration - well done for speaking out!

It's time someone injected a little humour into these elections.

Aaron L Spence said...

A pity Mayhar is going, he had a substantial contribution still to make, in my opinion.

Nevertheless, youth politics is not really the realm of sensible people. Hopefully CF will play a role in changing that in the run-up to 2015.

-ALS

Anonymous said...

I agree with Mayhar! These elections haven't shown CF's best side

It's about time someone injected some humour into these elections!

Anonymous said...

He said what most of us were already thinking. Well done but cf needs more people like mahyar!
Hope he comes back

Katie Redmond said...

A bold move and a good move from Mayhar here, he is right to call for unity within the party. We will get stronger the more we open up to members and look outside the inner circles.

Anonymous said...

Mahyar was part of the CF bubble. His blog and others like it made pointless stories about nobodies in an election nobody cares about.

Anonymous said...

Mahyar will be missed. We must pop the CF bubble this time around once and for all!!

Im now with tbg, Holmes for Chairman!

Anonymous said...

Mayhar was part of the bubble and has only left because of S-J Sewell.

Anonymous said...

@ Anon 3:41 pm You just responded to your comment. The fact that his blog published about people you don't know about, means he wasn't part of the bubble and tried to let other CFers have a voice

Anonymous said...

Sad to hear Mahyar has left. He will be missed! :(

Anonymous said...

Mahyar is right, these elections are making the bubble get bigger. Robinson and Cooper are bubblers!

Only Holmes has a track record of real politics and it now seems Mahyar realises this.

Anonymous said...

Completely agree with Mahyar. All candidates this year are playing dirty games and they have to be stopped

Anonymous said...

This is a sad loss for CF, even though I always thought he was a Cameroon.

Luc said...

It's only a matter of time before more people feel pushed out by self-important, over-inflated egos which sadly have the appearance of dominating CF. It really is infuriating. They may be in the minority but they're the very loud minority.

The reason I've stayed involved in the Party is because I've met a lot of great people at local level, people who have become good friends and people who I enjoy campaigning with. That's what it's about. But that message is lost amongst those who seem to think that internal politics and petty bickering is much more important.

No-one really cares that much about the inner-workings of CF, and if anything I think that blogs like this one (sorry) try and big it up to be something it isn't. If people spent as much time working with their local branches as they did pretending CF is a big game of The West Wing then CF could be a true asset to the Party.

Anonymous said...

Very please this site announced it was going to start to move away from CF and start on seniors!

Just reading comments on Holmes backing too - it seems clear that Holmes is the bubble-bursting candidate.

What will CF choose? Bubbles, or realism.

Anonymous said...

He was one of the few genuine people in CF. But now that he's left, I'm sure he wants us all to Vote Matt Robinson!

Anonymous said...

I would suggest TBG reads London Spin for the truth on Mahyar's move!

TheBlueGuerilla. said...

London Spin have printed half a facebook status?

Mahyar explains his reasons in full, in this article.

Anonymous said...

MAHYAR 4 CF CHAIR

Anonymous said...

CF needs to end. Its a constant joke. Even this hissy fit and resignation, grow up and deal with it or get out of politics. He talks about normal people, well normal people don't act like this. Normal people don't have blogs to begin with!

Anonymous said...

CF needs more hard working people like Sarah-Jane to run. That's the only way we can survive.
Shame we lost Tousi. He'll be missed

Anonymous said...

Is it just me, or has CF internal politics got a whole lot dirtier since OldLion.Net came on the scene?

Anonymous said...

I heard he told people in the pub that he was leaving because he's pretty much fallen out with everyone. He was saying in march'12 that he was going to leaving so surprised he lasted this long.

Anonymous said...

Mahyar is right! Lets burst the bubble!

Anonymous said...

@Anon 7:02pm I agree! Mahyar should stay and burst the bubble. CF is filled with selfish people who only care about their own interest, rather than the regular CFers.
He should have ran with Sewell in a team

Anonymous said...

Please don't leave Mahyar!
He was one of the good guys in CF. Also one of the sexy ones **wink**

Anonymous said...

Crazy that someone would write a blog called 'Mayharism'. Shows how out-of-touch he really is.

Anonymous said...

With all this support, Mahyar should have stayed and stood in the elections.
Our only hope is people like SarahJane Sewell and others who fight the 'bubble'.
Good luck in the future, but you should have stayed and burst this bubble.

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