CCTV and the Prime Minster's mouth

"I've got nothing to hide"? (wrong again!)

Looking for the man with the mouth! Looking for the man with the mouth!
It's time to feel sorry for Gordon Brown, or so they say. The man has suffered enough from his Rochdale mishap; is it time to put the errant Mrs Duffy, who caused all this grief, back in her box? The foundation of this sob story is that the remarks by the PM were made in private, in effect the nation has spied on Brown. None other than Peter Mandelson has suggested that Mrs Duffy should not have "buttonholed" the PM and asked questions about student fees, the UK's financial situation and, worst of all crimes - immigration. In effect how dare a member of the public question the politburo. What rubbish!

Nulabour has spent vast sums of our money carpeting the country with CCTV. If Gordon Brown and Nulabour feel affronted because their personal liberty has been violated by a microphone attached to the PM's lapel then it serves them right. Ordinary people, the Mrs Duffys of this world, are loathed by Nulabour from the start. So to have questioned the wisdom of our Great Leader was too much for him to bear. What fate would have befallen Mrs Duffy had she gone on to ask a question about CCTV is too terrifying to imagine!

So what a wonderful thing, the paymasters of the thought police held up to ridicule by the publication of their own thoughts. Nulabour and its supporters, the people who peddle CCTV as a "good idea", have always suggested there is something dodgy about people who campaign against wall-to-wall CCTV on the civil liberties' concept. These goons will say "I've got nothing to hide". To which the reply must now be, "yes I have, just like your hideous Prime Minister and his overlarge mouth". Having trashed the concept of privacy and trust within our society, it's good to see him suffer!

Footnote - Thank you to newportcity.blogspot.com for the image above