Monday, 13 January 2014

EXCLUSIVE: Crozier Slams 'Ego-driven' Defectors.



NORTH EAST Chairman of Conservative Future (CF), Callum Crozier, today sensationally slammed grassroots individuals who he claimes are defecting from Parties for little much but their own egos craving the limelight, TBG can reveal.

Crozier blasted - "One thing that annoys me about some grassroots members is the way they announce their defections like they’re MPs or cabinet ministers".

Crozier went on to offer everyone who is considering defecting a kind piece of advice, as he stated - "Here’s a tip for you: If you want to defect (and I imagine you’ll be back very soon) and lose all credibility, don’t announce it like you’re an A-list celebrity. The truth is, no one cares."

His remarks have came after a series of defections between the youth-wings of both UKIP and the Conservatives. The tirade received a wave of support from Conservative Future members, with one London CFer commenting "well said", and Witney CF Chair Liam Walker commenting "I approve this message".

When TBG approached Crozier this afternoon and asked him about his comments, he was unequivocal to the point - "I find it ridiculous that a single self-important individual can seek such publicity for simply cancelling one Party membership, and signing up for another. All the while our hard-working members who are dedicated and loyal, campaigning for 5 hours every Saturday, receive comparatively no recognition for the work they do. It’s ludicrous."

There are also rumours Callum will be running for national office alongside CF’s Mahyar Tousi.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hes hit the nail on the head there bloody annoying

Anonymous said...

I don't know Callum, but he's 100% correct. The defector in question will only show the tories up anyway.

A Concerned CFer said...

Yes. This was about the latest UKIP Tory defection I've heard.

Very True, publicity mad, all of them.

Anonymous said...

Completely right here. CF members are not national politicians, and pretending to be like them simply alienates others from joining and making CF the broad, grassroots group it should be. A sense of humility and perspective is key, and this is exactly what Crozier is encouraging!

Anonymous said...

Witney CF Chair? Shouldn't that be Prime Minister?

Anonymous said...

Tousi is running for CF? I thought his brain tumour ruled him out?

Anonymous said...

Haha. Coming from someone with a massive ego this is hilarious

Darling said...

This guy has a huge ego, as the previous poster wrote. The whole tone of his post reaks of careerist.

Geoff Brooking said...

Anything is better than the hypocrite rhetoric that come's out of Cameron and Hague.

Cameron hasn't even started to say how he plans to have his big referendum yet and wasn't the Hague on Sky News on Sunday the same one who promised to "save" Britain from the EU when he was Leader of the Conservatives in 2001.

No wonder MPs like Douglas Carswell are in open revolt.

Its not about being careerist but about having principles - That's Politics!

Anonymous said...

Hope Crozier runs for the CF exec election. And if it's with Jacob Young, even better. Crozier-Young. Now there's a winning team!

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