Tuesday, 14 April 2009

Seachlight responsible for staged photo

Close GA. Close but not quite correct. It was Searchlight.
(The guy on the left was found to be waving to his mum.)

The recent revelations about how Labour smears and attempts to smear its political opponents, even if they share the same end goal reveals how far they will go to attack their enemies.

When the non story broke in the rag News of the World about Simon Darby, the Deputy Leader of the British National Party, walking past some obviously carefully placed people who raised their arms in an old Roman salute, the cameras popped On-Que.

And now we know who took the photo, we can now guess at who planted the silly arm lifters.
A spokesman for anti-fascist organisation Searchlight, which took the photos, said: "Darby's wages are paid by London taxpayers, and yet here he is swanning around Milan, glad-handing convicts and Holocaust deniers."
One hand washing the other again and colluding to interfere with the democratic process through the use of carefully staged lies and smears.

You will pay Gerry. You will pay.