Thursday, 29 July 2010

Where's the love?

Now supporters from Ben and Simons' campaigns are at it. Team Howlett are fuming at comments made on tBg, that they might have questions to answer in regards to comments made at last Fridays hustings at Barley Mow, London. In no uncertain terms one member of Team Howlett has slammed the claims in emails sent between 27 and 28 July 2010, to an advisor of Simon Cavalier-Jones.


tBg must add that Simon Cavalier-Jones has never actually accused anybody in particular of wrong doing, other than saying his girlfriend was verbally abused, without mentioning what was apparently said...

"I am aware that a group of people in the room singled my Girlfriend out for abuse during the proceedings..."

"I did not hear the comment's I will not comment..."

++UPDATE 15:11:++

Simon Cavalier-Jones has just made this statement.

"I would like to make it very clear that they only people authorised to speak on behalf of my team are, myself and the joint campaign directors: Hamish Stewart and Philip Smith. No other individual has the authority to speak on behalf of the team.




Anonymous said...

God help us, These guys can hardly string a sentence together!

Anonymous said...

Who are they?

Anonymous said...

It's obvious that the person defending Simon in those emails is Muheed Jeeran. Anybody that had him on Facebook could tell purely from how he types sentences. Team Howlett has NOTHING to worry about if he is the big dog in Simon's campaign.

Fred said...

Once again Howlett shows he will go to any length to win power. He was exactly like this at university.

When he failed to get anywhere in the Durham Union Society (he ran unopposed for Sponsorship Secretary and lost to 'Re-Open Nominations'), he concentrated on the Conservative Association and made sure he got elected President by getting all friends with no connection with the party to join at the last minute.

He will be a disaster as CF chair - his campaign is already dangerously dividing the membership and if he wins I can just see him causing great resentment among many for the coming year. He's quite talented when it comes to that!

Anonymous said...

@Fred - Those are just horrible smears! Howlett was the victim of a conspiracy against him in the Durham Union Society because most people couldn't handle how principled he was!

Also he was a great president of DUCA and hardly made any major gaffes!

People like you are just jealous because you're not as talented as he is. I bet you didn't go to Cambridge! Well he did, and that makes him better than the other candidates and a lot better than you!

Anonymous said...

@ "Also he was a great president of DUCA and hardly made any major gaffes!"

I currently have not decided who I am going to vote for in this election. However I would like to know what these 'gaffes' were?

Is this the underplayed incident at party conference which got coverage in the Mirror? Or have there been others?

Fred said...

@4th Anon - is that what Howlett supporters have lowered themselves to? Saying that he's superior because he went to Cambridge?! You people are unbelievable!

@5th Anon - the gaffe he/she might be referring to is the rather suspicious election of Howlett's successor, which was held outside of term time when only Howlett's preferred candidate was around to contest it. It caused massive resentment and another person who wanted to stand made a complaint. In the end it didn't matter because Howlett's successor resigned at the start of the following term anyway!

Anonymous said...

@Fred - just shut up! Why do you have to be so mean to such a nice guy?? Ben is lovely and would never do anything so bad. you should be ashamed!

Why are you saying all this? Is it because you're jealous? or maybe it's nothing more than homophobia! I don't see you attacking any other candidates... is it because they're straight?? you make me sick!

Anonymous said...

Lol, so nobody prepared to stick up for Howlett uses their real name? lol. Benny H stop slinging allegations and commenting under anon's.

Anonymous said...

We're only commenting under anons so that Simon's supporters don't do something nasty to us! We need to protect ourselves while fighting to protect Ben's reputation and expose the nasty spiteful and bigoted campaign against him - he's the victim here!

Also, it's funny how you also commented under anon!

Anonymous said...

Some of us just happen to think that a homosexual lifestyle is immoral. We can still respect individual homosexuals while condemning their choice of lifestyle (and it is a choice - no one's forcing them to have sex!).

Simon Supporter said...
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theBlueGuerilla. said...

tBg will not tolorate incitement to hatred, so please be careful and diplomatic to one and other.

Just for the record, homosexuality is not a choice, and a proud part of human nature.

REAL Simon Supporter said...

Too right tBg! Simon's campaign in no way endorses homophobia, and whoever has written these comments is not welcome in our campaign.

Wouldn't surprise me if they're actually written by Howlett supporters trying to smear us!

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