Saturday, 30 March 2013

EXCLUSIVE: Bloodbath at KCL Tories' Election as Candidate Labelled 'Pompous' & 'Horrible'.


[From left] Cameron 'Bulldog' Brown, Ben Judge and Yazdan Chowdhury

Kings College London (KCL) Conservatives have elected a new President after a gut-churning ferocious bloody election hustings this past week.

Tory Candidate Yazdan Chowdhury lost the election, according to sources, on the back of a "severe attack" by rival candidate Cameron Brown who then pulled out of the race and asked members to vote for the third candidate, Ben Judge.

Sources say Cameron Brown was not going to run at one point, as the former KCL President accused him of foul play. tbg understands Brown managed to stand after "proving his innocence", however instead of using his speech to layout his manifesto Brown launched a scathing attack on Yazdan Chowdhury.

Sources also reveal Brown sensationally labelled Mr Chowdhury "pompous" and a "horrible human-being", the lethal speech was apparently met with dropped jaws and gasps from KCL Tory members. KCL Sources told tbg the former President had to cut Brown off half way through his speech and "bundle" him off stage.

Chowdhury was then subject to open attack by, sources say, "a very drunk" Vice President who remarkably lambasted Chowdhury for being a "right wing bully", despite "Chowdhury looking as if he was the one being bullied."

Yazdan Chowdhury went on to lose the election to Ben Judge 21-13 after Cameron Brown's withdrawal.

Sources told tbg that - "Members of the society were not only shocked by what had gone on but also that the inexperienced Ben Judge was chosen."

One KCL Tory member said - "Another toff in charge. Ben seems to be the only one who has benefited from all this. Only time will show his inexperience."

Another said - "Who is Ben Judge? KCL Conservatives will now wander back to obscurity. This begs the question, did Ben Judge manipulate them all? Or did the nobody land on his feet by accident?"

tbg understands that Cameron Brown and Yazdan Chowdhury have now "Hugged and made-up".

36 comments:

Anonymous said...

hopefully this will be the last we see of Yazdan, an utterly disastrous candidate who spends more time at the East India Club than on the doorstep! Very sad Cameron Brown felt he had to stand down. The whole AGM was a stitch up with Yaz signing up all his mates in the run up just to vote for him as threatening to cancel the one event he'd helped organise.

To suggest that the Vice President was drunk is also untrue but the quotes from this piece read like a typical Yazdan smear. Those smears incidentally, are the reason I stay anonymous in this comment! I do however know there is a lot worse yet to come out about Yaz!e

Anonymous said...

Yaz fancies jasmine. She knows better though. That's why she's top totty!

Anonymous said...

Toffs should always be in charge, otherwise the rabble can get control.

Anonymous said...

To be fair on the Vice President, if I was in her shoes, having to sit through that, I would have been hammered as well.

Anonymous said...

cameron brown has clearly shot himself in the foot. as for ben judge, lucky boy, but tbh i am part of london CF and i have never heard of the bloke!

shame as kcl tories were doing so well. long live UCL I say!

yazdan must be seething

Anonymous said...

Well that VP likes a good drink, doesn't she?

Anonymous said...

Very sad to see Cameron Brown not get that role. He's a cracking chap.

Anonymous said...

this is an attack on Cameron and the people who run KCL conservatives last year have left him to hang out and dry.

shame on them all.

Anonymous said...

Cameron was by far the best choice but was blamed for something he didn't do. Nobody knows who Ben is and Yazdan is just another toff. Shame it had to end this way...

Anonymous said...

Cammers is the fittest there anyway

Anonymous said...

Cameron Brown was found guilty of posting false information on a blog site, he got caught and therefore was suspended from elections which was a fair outcome for him, who on earth wants a president that does malicious acts towards other members of the society?! Ok Yazdan may not be everyone's cup of tea but it is not necessary to behave in such an ungentlemanly manner! His friends are equally bad for participating in such behaviour and have almost ruined the reputation if KCL Tories in the process

Anonymous said...

If Cam was guilty, why was he allowed to stand and make a speech?

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Anonymous said...

exactly, this shows the weak backbone of james davenport. i am sure the new president will be no different

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Anonymous said...

2 poshos like Ben and Yaz or someone sound like cameron?

Anonymous said...

ben the bumbler or cameron the bulldog?

easy choice

Anonymous said...

Ben Judge is the Chair of the KCLSU Student Council...

Anonymous said...

It was a jolly good show and totally deserved. The VP was not drunk, I don't know where that has come from. From what I've heard she was back in the library by midnight, unlike a certain candidate...

Anonymous said...

'Right-wing bully'? Rubbish! She merely asked him what planet he was on for ringing people up and threatening legal action without a shred of evidence.

Anonymous said...

What has not been mentioned in this article is the fact that Yazdan Chowdhury embarrassed himself on the night by threatening to take the issue of the picture posted on this blog to the "High Court/Royal Courts of Justice" and openly admitted having recorded phone calls with the VP without her prior knowledge for legal purposes. This is not a behaviour shown by a competent candidate.

Anonymous said...

tbh it is a shame katherine gray did not actually stand she would have really given it a good go.

as for george rear, he should have equally stood. full of wit, charisma and sociability

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Anonymous said...

"Who is Ben Judge? KCL Conservatives will now wander back to obscurity."

This is a university society that has zero to do with any outside organisations. People need to get a grip on reality, this isn't a General Election to decide the next PM.
I hope this article was written tongue in cheek. If it wasn't then it would only prove what students not involved in uni politics already think - that all the people who are involved are massive losers.

Anonymous said...

Cameron Brown is a pretentious idiot. Good riddance. He's an intern in parliament, and thinks he's much more than he is. Good riddance I say!

Andrew Thorpe-Apps said...

Another set of mature Tory youth candidates by the looks of it...

Shambles.

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Anonymous said...

Hardly surprising that Cameron Brown has been disrupting things; he's renowned for doing it at his former CF branch in Teesside. Bad influence.

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Jacob Young said...

Teesside CF wouldn't even be around without Cameron Brown!

Cameron's influence in the North East has been invaluable to securing us as one of the most active regions in the country.

Whoever wrote the above (but two) comment can feel free to message me and I'd be happy to explain just why... I won't be hiding my name.

Anonymous said...

As an independent (not-alligned-to-any candidate) member of KCL Tories I feel ashamed to be a part of the society given recent events.
I was at the AGM where Yazdan put up a good fight despite being personally attacked by a Cameron and Katherine. Yazdan didn't make an issue of recent events in his speech but focused on his policies for the next year, and answered questions honestly. And thanks to their little stunt, which did cause me to gasp, we now have someone who has never been on committee running the show. And in the midst of all this, KCL has received bad PR for the last 2 weeks. I hope those concerned realise this.
I am seriously considering whether or not I join the society next year.
A disgruntled KCL Tory student.
P.S as for Cameron being 'bundled' off - he wasn't. His speech attacked Yazdan and then he announced on stage he is withdrawing his candidacy, at which point the returning officers said end your speech if you are not standing, only candidates are allowed to give speeches.

Anonymous said...

@1.48pm What agm were you at? There was no personal attack, cameron and katherine were defending themselves.
Also, stop whining about ben judge, he's a competent candidate with a great committee behind him.

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Anonymous said...

Katherine has been openly attacking Yazdan because she's an antisnob for the past year.

Anonymous said...

The truth of the matter is that Yazdan was the perfect candidate.

who cares where he would have hosted events, he would have gotten the job done!

instead cameron and **** betray him (originally on his ticket) and start a hate campaign destroying the society.

ben who is an absolute moron picks up the votes due to camerons hate spreading and now the society has a president with zero legitamacy or respect.

what speaker will ben judge bring in?

hes already said in his manifesto he refuses to go campaigning and doesnt think the society should

here are the facts

ben judge has never been to party conference

ben judge has never went to eastleigh

ben judge has nothing to offer.

shame he would have made a great VP or whipping boy. fact is he couldn't whip up a fucking in a brothel.

shame the society dies with this

the only hope is a reconciliation between yaz and cameron and them starting something new

i can tell you now the kings tory society is dead

shame cameron and yaz couldnt just have a clean fight for the presidency.

REGARDS

a leaving society member who is proud he is not going back to this mess.

Anonymous said...

cameron brown is a first class twat

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