Tuesday, 20 August 2013

Tory Youth Branch set to Dismiss Chairman & Deputy After 'Race Row'.



WIRRAL CF are set to hold an SGM in four weeks time and sensationally replace Dan Lunness as Chairman and Katie Frank as its Deputy Chair' Political. Lunness has also recently been dismissed from the North-West CF executive and replaced by David Barton.

The move comes as serious concerns have been raised about their leadership capabilities and friendly company they seem to have acquired. tbg has received many complaints and much information regarding Lunness & Frank and their relationship with ex-BNP pin up boy turned Liberty GB 'Culture Officer' & founder of the intolerant and xenophobic 'National Culturists', Jack Buckby.

A Tory source told tbg - "I've been a member of the Conservative Party for eight years and am a few years older than Dan and Katie yet when I got involved with the branch and stressed the importance of not only campaigning, but also holding social events, they told me that Wirral CF isn't a social branch and that I'd be better off joining another branch if I disagreed with their views.

"They have strong fixed ideas on what is right and wrong. I've informed the regional CF chairman about this."


Another CF'er told tbg -"Dan and Katie only got involved with CF last year but quickly fell out with the rest of Liverpool & Merseyside and launched Wirral CF as their pet project. They've done themselves a lot of damage since then and now already look like a spent force.

"Their friendship with a racist and remarks about gay pride being 'weird' and on par with 'have a free cupcake day' are appalling and show how different they are to the rest of CF."


Buckby's Liberty GB website says their mission is to address - "Mass immigration from the EU and Third World and the hijacking of traditional British culture and institutions by well-organised left-wing 'progressives'."

The mission statement goes on to say - "There is no guarantee at such a late stage that Britain can be saved, but Liberty GB will endeavour to put a stop to our rapidly accelerating descent into economic, educational, moral, cultural and social ruin. Britain could be a wonderful country again, but it will take politics bordering on the revolutionary to achieve this vision."

Dan Lunness denied being friends with Buckby commenting to tbg - "I wish David Barton all the best and I know Jack as he goes to Uni' in Liverpool. I don't know him personally."

Katie Frank has said - "None of this is true. Jack Buckby is a student in my politics class, his article warned of the dangers of being embroiled with the BNP I hardly see that as a bad thing to warn people about. How come your 'sources' are never named if they want to come out and take a stand?"

28 comments:

Anonymous said...

They're awful people.

Anonymous said...

About time.

Anonymous said...

What has Oliver Cooper got to say about this?

Anonymous said...


They really are awful people, they set up the wirral CF because they didn't like the fact that the liverpool cf had social events, and were basically students who just wanted to have a good time and meet people. The fact that they are being ousted from their positions this late in comes as a shock to me. how big is the Wirral CF now? clearly enough people with common sense have went to it to see that it's run by stubborn, incompetent, bigoted, homophobic morons.

Anonymous said...

Katie and Dan are the type to be nostalgic for the days of traditional marriage. They are young people, who for some reason, have become so out of touch with modernity it's frightening, what's worse is they find other like minded people, like this Jack fellow, who is a ball bag. "They act like they're better than everybody else but their friendship with a racist and remarks about gay pride being 'weird." this is completely accurate as well, they are truly antiquated people who really have no purpose but to further alienate people from the conservative party.

Anonymous said...

What is wrong with being against SSM? At the end of the day if we lose the next election it will be one of the biggest reasons why. Also I would much rather have a CF branch that leaflets than one that contributes nothing to an association. From my experiences of Dan and Katie they are two of the most hard working activists the party has and do not deserve all this negative publicity.

Anonymous said...

@1:56

Excuse me? Social conservatives exist in this party believe me. It's people like you that alienate conservatives from the conservative party. It's people like you that drive people to UKIP and hence destroy our electoral prospects in 2015. I'll bet a pound to a penny you're party of that soaking wet tory reform group rubbish.

Anonymous said...

It's nonsense to describe Dan and Katie as two of the party's hardest working activists. They've only been involved for about a year and have only been to a handful of places. Our party has many harder-working members than him who doesn't associate with racists either.

Anonymous said...

Perhaps the source of the aligations made in the article (no doubt that TRG chap who labled most of the party as extreamists) should consider the damage he and his Liverpool CF mates are doing to CF and the party before they take to their keyboards again.

As far as I can see this is a none story with no proof to back up the serious aligations that have been made. Why don't Liverpool CF try attacking socialists for a change instead of fellow party members?

Anonymous said...

Everything stated in the article about Dan and Katie is true. They do themselves no favours and think a lot of themselves. Katie even described herself as "the Iron Lady of the North" when standing unsuccessfully to become Chairman of Merseyside CF, just one month after arriving from Huddersfield.

Jack Buckby said...

So retweeting an article, where I describe the dangers of social conservatives like myself joining the far right, means that Katie is embroiled in a race row?

This is just idiocy to the highest degree. Non-story and awful 'journalism'.

Anonymous said...

@Annon 5:40pm We get the fact that you and your mates don't like Dan and Katie. I was not aware it was a crime to think highly of oneself. Quite frankly who in politics dose not?

The point is why are you engaged in this concerted smear campaign attempting to label them racists and homophobes? These are serious allegations that should not be thrown around lightly.

Your energies would be put to better use campaigning against Labour and trying to turn the people of Merseyside against them instead of fellow Conservatives.

Anonymous said...

Saying an article that says "I agreed with their manifesto" - in regards to the BNP - is 'good' is worthy of getting booted out of CF.

Also even being affiliated with such a massive Islamaphobe & Homophobe as Jack Buckby is deplorable.

Katie Frank & Dan Lunness should be ashamed of themselves. Oh well, looks like the careerists hope of a career has been squandered for now. No doubt they'll be back, I heard they've booked tickets to the USA to begin campaigning for Rick Perry 2016.

Jack Buckby said...

Anonymous above this comment,

Please give evidence where I have suggested that I hate gay people or that I have an irrational fear of Islam.

If you can provide evidence for these (which you can't), then I will concede your point.

Otherwise, don't throw around the words 'Islamophobe' and 'homophobe'.

Frankly, you need to grow up.

Anonymous said...

Jack - you constantly let every know your irrational fears about Islam and how it is going to take over the west - fact check - it's not.

"Are they the raving lefties that arrange all the weird university events? Like Gay pride" - So 'Gay Pride' s a raving weird lefty event is?

Homophobe.

Chris said...

Katie was extremely foolish to associate herself with Jack in any way. Even if he is a fellow student of hers, she should've kept quiet about it. Tweeting his article appears like an endorsement and that's what has now caused her and Dan to be accused of sharing racist views. They were already getting a bad name for themselves though with how they treated other members and implied that they're better than most others. Their obvious nature has now cost them dearly.

Jack Buckby said...

It's not an irrational fear when one considers demographics now, is it? All demographics show that Britain will be more than 50% Muslim by 2050. Fact. That is not an irrational fear, it is fact. Would you seriously suggest that it would be perfectly acceptable for Britain to become Islamic? And would you seriously suggest it is extreme to oppose this? Extremely concerning if you respond yes to either of those things.

Not an Islamophobe.

I have gay colleagues and friends who agree with me about gay pride. I was talking about gay pride events, not homosexual people.

Not a homophobe.


Sorry!

Anonymous said...

I'll just leave this here...

http://blogs.channel4.com/factcheck/factcheck-will-britain-have-a-muslim-majority-by-2050/13690

Anonymous said...

Here's hoping Dan and Katie join the party of scandal and fruitcakes where they'll be more suited. We don't want or need them in the modern day Conservative Party.

Anonymous said...

Well Jack you spout a lot of misinformation about Islam - you make out that ALL muslims are baby killers, women abusers, homosexual stoners, sharia worshipping, jihad following, taqiyya practising savages. You can say you aren't an Islamphobe until the cows come home - the fact is that you are.

And that FactCheck completely undermines your warped argument anyway. I do kind of feel sorry for you though...

Haha "I have gay friends" - you are as bad as the racists that say "i have black friends" just shut up Jack and reevaluate your life. Good luck finding employment after you graduate, your name is a cancer.

Jack Buckby said...

My fear of Islam is not irrational. It is entirely rational. And what you have claimed I say about Muslims is total rubbish. Spouting lies does nobody any good - any decent person knows that. So please, don't tell lies.

I do have gay friends. Lot of them. But that's not the argument. I told you that I have gay friends and colleagues who hate gay pride as much as me - some hate it even more than I do.

Good luck finding employment? I already earn good money. Nor do I have any concerns about employment post-university.

It's funny, really - I'm constantly called hateful by people like you, but in reality, you people are some of the most hateful people I've ever had the mistfortune of meeting.

Enjoy your sad hateful life.

Anonymous said...

Again this is the work of Tara Hewitt,anyone watching her Twitter feed some months will recognise her pathetic power play here.

The Northern Godfather said...

Katie and Dan have been wonderful and active members of CF for sometime. This is clearly a smear campaign against them.

Anonymous said...

Jack strikes me as the type to think that Russia's anti-gay legislation is completely fine. I know Katie does. Probably because it's promoting traditional family right? But no, it's not homophobic at all, it's because the gay population is growing and by 2050 we'll all be living under gay law. That's how ridiculous the xenophobic, homophobic, islam-phobic Jack sounds. The BNP is where people like Dan, Katie and him belong, the conservative party is moving forward, where as those three in particular are just stuck in the past.

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Anonymous said...

People who have to repeat "I'm not homophobic" a lot of times, are homophobic but just to stupid to admit it. Jack makes the argument, "i'm not homophobic, some of my friends are gay?" What a stupid fucking argument. Jack, Katie, Dan, are so out of touch with regular, level headed people, they are the epitome of the blood thirsty thugs which, for some reason, are the back benchers of the conservative party, or the BNP. Arguing that you're not afraid of Islam, and then citing that 50% of people are Islamic and we're all going to be under Sharia law soon, that makes you a utter fool and an islam-phobic. Katie has some fucking ridiculous ideas, as does her lap dog, Dan, but Jack, as a wise fellow above me said, is a ball bag. And someone said try to make Liverpool a bit more conservative, are you an idiot? it'll not be conservative for a long time, if ever, unless Labour MPs start going

Anonymous said...

Annon @ 1.38pm

Wow just wow. You should take a moment to think about what you are saying before typing your unintelligible, nasty and, stupid tripe.

Are you even a conservative? I think you would find a better home amongst the Lib Dums and the Socialist progressives of Labour.

Your last remark about what's the point in trying to make Liverpool more conservative is particularly nonsensical. It may be hard for us to get an MP in the city but surely by putting in the effort at least one councillor could be elected for the party? There were plenty in the 80's and 90's. If you don't want to go out there and convince people that the Conservative party is relevant to them and that we have the best policies then you have no place in the Conservative party and I suggest you resign immediately!

Anonymous said...

It's telling that no other Wirral members or even any from the reest of the North West, have come out in defence of Dan and Katie. Even the regional chairman has distanced himself from them and appears to have subtly criticised them on Twitter.

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