Monday, 5 January 2009

Labour Party Money Laundering through a childrens charity

The Labour Party is well known for providing a host of services for rewarding those who "donate" to their Party. Honours, Titles, Jobs and backhanders are just some of the "services" this prostitute of an organisation provides to keep its rotten self alive.

However taking money that was donated by well wishers to a charity and also funds paid by taxpayers to assist disadvantaged children reveals just how uncaring and corrupt the Labour Party of today is.

In a "you scratch my back and I'll scratch yours" deal with the children's charity, the Catz Club, which runs after school clubs for disadvantaged children of usually ethnic origins, their shady dealings and method of operation have been revealed for all to see.

The Charity received a "loan" of £1.3 million pounds of taxpayers money from Futurebuilders and £200,000 from the National Lottery (Tax) of which at least £30,000 was swiftly channeled to the Labour Party in a way that certainly seems illegal to me.

Shortly afterwards, showing the one hand washing the other, £842,000 of the "loan" made by Furturebuilders was written off.

The Charity has now launched a probe into the Catz Club which registered as a charity back in 2004. Whether anyone will be prosecuted I very much doubt but a charity claiming it did not know it was making a political donation and a political party actually accepting the donation seems very dodgy to me. The fact that Labour has offered to repay the "donation" is neither here nor there. Heads must roll.

And so to, must heads roll at Futurebuilders who have wasted enough of our tax money on schemes such as this in Lewisham which sucked up over £222,000 from the public trough. No wonder there is no money left to keep our elderly from freezing to death with million pound loans being "written off".

Jonathan Lewis, chief executive of Futurebuilders should be first to be sacked before going to trial instead of being allowed to get away with lies such as this who;

said it was a ‘totally independent’ organisation and that ministers and officials had ‘no possible influence’ on funding decisions.
Yeah right. And Islam is a religion of peace.

Now perhaps you see the size of the Herculean task that a future British National Party government will have in clearing out the Aegean stables of Labour corruption and filth that they have created.

Whilst on the subject of dodgy donations from Charities. Anyone like to hazard a guess which Charity has been helping launder money for the state funded Searchlight organisation? No ideas? Keep reading this blog. You will soon find out.


Sir Henry Morgan said...


It gets more interesting than that.

Sreetvibes is a member of the London Social Enterprise Network.If you take a look at the LSEN membership list, look at what you find, amongst a few hundred other names and organisations:

StreetVibes Youth
StreetVibes Youth - Alternative education provider in music and media

Common Purpose
Community Accountancy Self Help (CASH) - Empower voluntary organisations with financial skills in 12 London Boroughs

The Green Arrow said...

Sir Henry Morgan. Thank you for that added information.

Common Purpose are everywhere. Every BNP group should make an FOI requesting details of Council Officials who have "graduated" from the their "re-educational colleges".

Stop Common Purpose said...

If Common Purpose are involved, you can bet a pound to a pinch of snuff that there will be corrupt abuse of public funds.

You can find out more about Common Purpose here:

Green Arrow: That idea of getting every BNP group to do a FOI request is excellent.

You can find out how to do FOI requests online here:

PS Happy New Year to Green Arrow and all readers of this blog.