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Friday, 18 December 2009

Sion Simon MP - another bent bastard

Simon's attempted theft of tax monies has been foiled thanks to the Telegraph's zealous monitoring of the lies and deceptions that MPs call their expenses claims. Just another bent bastard of an MP stuffing his mouth with taxpayer's gold, you say; what else do you expect?

What I don't expect and won't stand for is another single whinging bleat from any of those odious scum at Legg's measured and reasonable claims on our behalf on their fat purses and wallets.

Pay up. Shut up. Piss off.


Scrobs... said...

"Just another bent bastard of an MP stuffing his mouth with taxpayer's gold."

So that's where all our reserves went! Plenty of room in these ugly gobs!

Simon is one of the most repellent individuals we have to pay for.

Weekend Yachtsman said...

It would be nice to think that all these troughing scroungers would be out on their ears at the next election, but unfortunately there are such things as safe seats.


Weekend Yachtsman said...

Just read the linked article.

He claims that he "inadvertently" broke the rules.

Jeez. They really do think we are stupid, don't they?

Anonymous said...

I have a question for the learned attendees of this august blog. This has been troubling me for some time. Bear with me on this.

Brown sold our gold for approx $285 per ounce. Who bought it? I don't mean, which institution bought it, I mean in whose hands did it end up? Follow my thinking here...

Brown sells gold cheap. Tips off his party faithful and other troughing hangers-on to buy gold. The economy goes tits-up and the BoE starts printing money by the super-tanker load and the £ sinks (or is deliberately devalued, whichever you like!) so gold becomes the commodity of those wishing to protect their assets - providing, of course, that they had insider knowledge to start with. Gold now at $1100 per ounce.

Wouldn't it be nice if there was an audit trail. Do you see what I am thinking?

Coney Island

JVC said...

Rampant blogger and notorious Twitter fiend Sion Simon seems to have fallen off the face of the earth. Interesting chart of his levels of ‘interactivity’ and ‘engagement’ since his little difficulty. Funny that he seems to have either lost interest in telling the world what he is up to or has sold his phone to pay back some of the money he owes.