Monday, 8 July 2013

EXCLUSIVE: Labour in Smear Campaign With Young Tory Cannabis Tweets.

Sarcastic tweets are being used in an attempt to smear a former Labour activist

LABOUR PARTY activists have sensationally launched an attempt to smear a young Conservative Future (CF) member over a couple of outspoken tweets "in jest", tbg can reveal.

The regional CF North-East Chairman and a number of media outlets have supposedly been approached by a Labour smear architect with a pre-written article about tweets by the CF member & former Labour Party activist. The email received apparently threatened the Regional Chairman that it would be sent on to a national newspaper.

The young Tory member later tweeted:



TBG can exclusively reveal part of the email received by North East Tory HQ:



With the Labour Party receiving lot of bad press as of late, some activists seem to be clamoring for any kind of dirt they can find on Tory activists.

The young Tory member is said to be "stressed" by the tactics being used by his former Labour colleagues.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Matthew who?

Anonymous said...

I think somoeone should skin up a fatty, then we go smoke it outside Labour HQ?

Anonymous said...

@7:28 I think his name is Matthew wilson

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Anonymous said...

At least he has said its him on Twitter.

Anonymous said...

@8.10 It the outdated laws that have also caused it to become such a strong product. Regulation is best when it comes to Cannabis.

Anonymous said...

@8.16, yes regulation, by chemists, cannabis is a perfectly harmless drug compared to tobacco and booze, especially if it's properly made and not cut with anything potentially dangerous. It harms literally no one, and all talk of it being a gateway drug is some of the worst horse bollox i have ever had to swallow.

Anonymous said...

It is scientifically proven that cannabis is a fairly harmless drug. It makes people calm and docile, so why is it illegal? Because the Government are taking under the table monies from the drug lords that would lose billions from it becoming legal. Weed does not make some scoucers go home and beat their families, carling does, so why is it legal? because the tories condone domestic violence. Several American states are making cannabis legal to posses, if it's not for distribution, which is completely correct, cut off the drug dealers, as it should be. Although the simple fact that the united states is ahead of our great nation makes me ashamed. We should be moving forward, not stagnating, the legalisation of cannabis would improve the economy massively, as it could be correctly taxed, i have never heard if a drug dealer paying taxes, have you? But licensed chemists can.

Anonymous said...

Tobacco is so rubbish, it doesn't have any mind altering effects whatsoever! It is good with a beer however.

Mary Warner said...

I feel sorry for those young Labour activists. They'll find out sex is a lot better when they realise it can involve someone apart from themselves.

Anonymous said...

I heard the leader of the Wirral CF was considering defecting over this issue? It's true that while our countries drug laws are out dated, defection is never the answer. Rally enough support from within the party and these BS laws will change. Cannabis is harmless to users, and society.

Giles Wemmbly Hogg said...

I don't understand this riff-raff. If a law is there it's there for a reason, because the government found it to be needed.

Sarah-Anne Willoughby said...

For someone to come out and say that to posses cannabis is a criminal offense, they are obviously conservative by nature, but it's a plant that has been enjoyed by man for over 3000 years. Why only in modern times was it made illegal, when it only has potential to be a massively successful market. We should look at these conservative folks for a second though, a lot of them condemn homosexuality, as a 'moral sin' and a lot of them accuse people of 'moral relativism' which basically means thought. We should always remember that behind David Cameron and his cabinate of new compassionate conservatives are a great many, blood thirsty, slabbing thugs, that use the word 'tradition' to justify world views that the rest of the world grew out of years ago. I am disgusted to think that my party has moved so little in the past 50 years. And while we're reforming, how about sorting out Northern Ireland. That place fucking sucks.

Anonymous said...

Be honest. If you say you hate weed, you're a dirty liar and you're going to hell.

Anonymous said...

@ Sarah-Anne Willoughby 9:22 pm, July 08, 2013

Have you ever actually visited Northern Ireland? Your sweeping statement is a gross generalisation, and speaks to your utter ignorance rather than the province itself. G8 in County Fermanagh was a great success, really spoke to the beauty of the place.

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