Exclusive: EDM against Rod Liddle; admits to nasty comments; more emerges


by Sunny Hundal    
8:30 am - January 19th 2010

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I’ll try and keep this succinct because the trail is long and interesting. Firstly, it looks like Liddle is being contradicted by the website’s admin (who denies they were hacked) and secondly, he has admitted to some of the comments I highlighted earlier.

Today there will be an Early Day Motion in Parliament against Liddle’s possible appointment as editor of the Indy. It will be tabled by Paul Flynn and Diane Abbott MPs, confirmed here last night, and has been prompted by the comments I published Sunday evening.

Monkeymfc
Let’s start with Liddle’s claim that others were making comments on his behalf. The Mail on Sunday reported:

When first contacted by The Mail on Sunday, Mr Liddle denied writing the BNP message, adding: ‘I often get opposition fans logging in under my name to try to embarrass me. I wouldn’t go near the racist ones.’

And he denied writing the comment about racial intelligence, saying the site’s administrator had told him it had been left by someone using a different computer to his.

Yesterday Roy Greenslade reported that Vikram Dodd was told by Rod Liddle that, “he was the victim of hacking due to other users of the site guessing his password.”

I asked in an earlier post when he found out his login was hacked and whether he told others this had happened.

Yesterday evening, a website admin posted this message.

We’ve checked re: hacking and our passwords when sent out are multi letters and numbers 10 characters long. Impossible to guess and the site hasn’t been hacked.

I have communicated today with monkeymfc that if someone else guessed his password – and if it was re-set to what the press are saying it was easy enough to guess!! – then he was more than entitled to get in touch with the site ed or us to remove them. It was his choice not to and whether right or wrong, his choice alone.

[Emphasis mine] If I’ve read that correctly, the site was not hacked and Rod Liddle did not get in touch with them to say he was being impersonated. If they had not communicated over the issue at all, it would seem to contradict Liddle’s earlier claim that, “the site’s administrator had told him it had been left by someone”.

It may very well be that someone guessed a changed password and posted some extreme comments. But who got in touch with him to point this out? It could be other editors. When did they?

Did he get in touch with anyone about the claimed impersonation? If not, why not?

More admissions
After Roy Greenslade blogged the story on Media Guardian yesterday, a commenter called ‘rodliddle’ turned up (let’s assume it is the real one) and admitted to various comments.

1. He admits making the comment saying it’s “outrageous that you can’t smoke in Auschwitz”. He claims it was a “ludicrous distortion of context”. But if you read the thread, after those comments ‘monkeymfc’ says:

OKR maybe you could write down the things you think it’s ok for everybody else to take the piss out of and admin cd make it a sticky at the top of the board.

Later, facing more of a backlash, he posts to add he wrote it because

the ‘Auschwitz Experience’ had been devalued by the people who run it to the point where I think it deserves taking the piss out of.

2. OBenson asks him if he made the comment stating “Someone kick her in the cnt”. He replies:

I don’t remember saying it and it certainly doesn’t read like me, but it’s quite possible that at some point I might use that temrinology to make a certain point, perhaps the opposite to the one you imagine. Just as you have done, right now. “Bitches with cunts would like to know” is a canny, sardonic pay off to your post. Take it out of context and what have you got?

Read the whole comment and make up your own mind on whether his intention was distorted.

There are a whole bunch of other racist and misogynistic comments that remain unclaimed. For example:

Subject: Re: Old Kent Road!!!! [thread full of racism]
Posted 14/9/2009 11:53

Surely if they’re fcking the Nigerians, Somalians etc the correct term would be ni**ermeat, rather than wogmeat? You’ve got to get your terminology correct.

——-

Subject: Re: BNP wins its first Council seat in Lancashire….
Posted 6/6/2009 13:31

I agree with you – and the BNP – about immigration. But it is not the only issue, or even the single most imprtant issue

——-

Subject: RE: Somalians?
Posted 18/11/2009 10:30

“Without trying to sound ignorant I absolutely despise them. think they are pure scum.”

[two laughing icons]

Everyone else does as well, though, especially the Kenyans.

87 per cent of Somalians in Britain areout of work; more than one in three have criminal convictions. Ghastly.

——-

Subject: Dartford Memorial Thread (ii)
Posted 19/1/2009 11:29

There’s a very rapid turnover in the business these days and it’s a good two years since we last asked the important question:

“which lady newsreaders would you most like to fist?”

Let me start with Mary Nightingale……………

Any potentially libellous comments below will be deleted for obvious reasons.

Credit: Alex Higgins, admin of the FB group, Left Foot Forward and others.

Update: More on..
Bloggerheads: Rod Liddle – the measure of a man
Beehive City: A Question of Independence
Left Foot Forward: Rod Liddle’s anti-Semitism exposed

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Reader comments


I’m not defending Liddle here.
I’m suggesting a thorough read of the ”Millwall online” website.

Pehaps starting with one of these:

southampton shut up quick!

Students are cnt

Freedom Of Speech

Weirdest places that you’ve had a wank?

http://www.millwall.vitalfootball.co.uk/forum/forums/forum-view.asp?fid=5

Of couse most liberal people hate this kind of crassness. But it’s the way sections of society are.

Damon sort-of has a point. Just sayin’.

Of couse most liberal people hate this kind of crassness. But it’s the way sections of society are.

Yes, but those sections of society aren’t in line to become the editor of a broadsheet.

4. Dara bhur gCara

I’m not sure that damon does have a point, actually. The issue here isn’t that there’s an appalling level of crassness and racism on this forum, it’s that a member of this forum wants to become editor of The Independent, and as such, it’s perfectly legitimate for any published writings by him, be they anonymous or not, to be considered in that context.

It would appear that Liddle’s identity as monkeymfc was not exactly a closely-guarded secret, so it was unwise of him to have published overtly racist postings under this online identity, particularly when he’s publishing bowdlerised version of the same dog-whistle arguments on his Spectator blog.

I exist in various online fora using this name or variations of it, and I’m sure that, were I a candidate to become editor of The Independent, they’d be relatively easy to track down. Fortunately, they’re not overtly racist, merely annoyingly self-righteous. And I’m not sure that would count against me if I wanted to become editor of The Independent.

Quite the opposite, in fact.

Would impersonating Liddle by hacking his account in these circumstances count as a criminal matter? It might just be a matter of libel by passing off, but I wonder if it might come under harassment and/or malicious communication legislation?

There was a case in 1999 in which someone was fined £1000 after hacking someone’s email to send an abusive message, £500 of which went “to the man he impersonated” after the matter was reported to police.

At the very least Liddle should be using lawyers to get all IP details etc from the website, and perhaps he ought to be making a police complaint. If for some strange reason he’s reluctant to do that…

Irrespective of the odious Liddle and what his views say about the prospect of him editing the Indy, what the hell has it got to do with the House of Commons?

The idea of politicians interfering with who edits newspapers is outrageous, isn’t it?

7. Sunder Katwala

Dara@4

The Millwall online forum did briefly discuss the prospect of the mfcmonkey becoming the Indy editor, and think it woud be a good thing
http://www.millwall.vitalfootball.co.uk/forum/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=40936&posts=20

Luis Enrique, are you sure you know what an EDM is? It’s hardly politicians “interfering” in who edits a national newspaper in that it has no power whatsoever. It is merely a device that allows a number of MPs to sign up for & express a recorded opinion, given that the debate it is ostensibly calling for is likely never to occur. Unless of course your definition of “interference” precludes MPs from even having an opinion on the matter. That said, I do think the EDM (like most EDMs, in fact) is a bit daft & a waste of time.

what the hell has it got to do with the House of Commons?

Couldn’t agree more Luis.

Flynn and Abbott need to get real- the use of EDM’s to seek publicity for political point scoring and media manipulation is pathetic.

By the way an interesting wrinkle on the whole thing is that the original story broke in the Daily Mail the very newspaper that would have most to lose if the Indie were reinvented as a populist right wing tabloid?

Nice to see Sunny and the Mail punting the same agenda !!!!!!!

10. Luis Enrique

thanks Emilia, I didn’t really know what an EDM is.

So either EDMs are an utter waste of time should be abandoned, or if they do achieve anything at all then they are interfering. My definitional of interfering does not include MPs having an opinion so long as them having that opinion does not interfere in anyway with what comes to pass.

11. J Alfred Prufrock

FWIW I think EDMs are good for bringing an issue to the attention of the MSM.

Far too many acronyms, apologies!

Like the smoking ban for example, I’m pretty sure was originally an EDM to get the issue above ground, so to speak (I might not agree with it but that’s a different matter entirely…)

MPs are elected to speak for the people; in light of which is perfectly reasonable for them to speak their minds. If we don’t like it we can boot them out come June (or May, as seems likely).

12. Dara bhur gCara

I’m not sure it’s appropriate for an EDM to be directed at one particular person, though, for two reasons: 1) It is slightly dodgy for Parliamentarians to be expressing an opinion on whether or not a specific person is an appropriate choice for a national newspaper, because, for all the powerlessness of EDMs it does raise all kinds of questions about freedom of the press, and 2) I’m not sure that Parliament should be expressing an opinion on one individual under all but the narrowest of circumstances. It’s a bit like what the Americans call a Bill of Attainder, isn’t it?

13. J Alfred Prufrock

@12

I see your point, but considering the Press has a lot more power and influence than Parliament (short of, erm, making laws…) I think it’s only right that if someone dishonourable is in line to be editor of a major newspaper then MPs of conscience should have the right to speak out against that.

Liddle is apparently a proven racist and sexist based on what he has admitted writing on the Millwall forum and his caution for punching his then-pregnant girlfriend in the stomach; as such he is not fit for the purpose of editor of a national newspaper.

I’m reminded of the debates had when the pornographer Richard Desmond was beginning his takeover of the Express et al. If MPs don’t ever have a say in anything of media importance then what is the point of them being the voice of the people?

Of course, all this could be avoided if Liddle were to issue a full and frank apology for his words along with an explanation of why he believes the threat to “kick [her] in the cunt” his a reasonable one…

Sunny,

What is keeping you running with this vendetta against Rod Liddle?

Is it that you feel he is lying and that he is a racist?
Is it that you feel he is unsuitable to edit the Independent because he is too crass and holds views you think are unbecoming of the position?
Is it that you do not like the prospect of Rod Liddle succeeding at the job of turning the Independent into a successful newspaper at long last?
Is it that world is out in the journalistic community that Rod Liddle is a beast, a modern day Kelvin McKenzie, who might steer opinion were he to become editor?
Is it that you are appalled by many of the views of the working class, people who Rod Liddle makes direct reference to and associates with?
Are you, perhaps, a wee bit jealous?
Are you acting under instructions?

I hope you find time in your busy schedule to answer each of these points. It would be disappointing only to find out you prefer to ask questions of others rather than answer them about yourself.

J Alfred Prufrock,

I’m interested in where this censorious line of thinking extends to.

Whilst you are considering who is suitable to take ownership of public companies such as the Express do you think that David Sullivan is a suitable person to take ownership of West Ham United?
If not, why?
If so, why?

16. J Alfred Prufrock

rumpypumpy,

When West Ham has as much power and influence as a nationwide, well-regarded, newspaper then it might bear some relevance… and then I’d form an opinion based on what was in the public domain. That’s the difference, really. [Although I am opposed to Kraft's takeover of Cadburys, but that's because I don't like US chocolate... ;) ]

One for you:
Should representatives of the populace ever have the right to criticise the appointments of (alleged) racists and sexists to editorship of national news orgs?

J Alfred Prufrock,

Thanks for that.

I wonder if you ofer estimate the influence of newsmedia relative to a Premier League team such as West Ham (sportsmedia). Images, footage + stories of West Ham are just as likely to appear inside the average British home than anything coming out of the Express so I think this misses the point. You don’t mind WHU being owned by one porn barron as much as the Express being owned by another.

I’m all for people being in a position to criticise appointments to newspapers. However I’m dubious that what we are witnessing here is as innocent as that. It looks like Sunny is partaking in a campaign under the pretence of asking for clarifications. 6 topics about Rod Liddle in just over a week appears, to me at least, to border upon obsession – and that’s something I might expect from Perez Hilton but not from here.

rumpypumpy: Are you acting under instructions?

that’s right. My overlords are not happy about Liddle’s position. I’ve go my instructions. Sorry,

How come some folks around here are getting away with going: “I’m not defending Rod Liddle…” and then proceed to defend him with no remote sense of irony?

“I’m not defending him but LEAVE HIM ALONE!”

Daniel,

Try: “I’m not defending him but neither am I joining in the campaign to get him”

Where’s the irony in a supposedly liberal website clamouring to have Rod Liddle kicked about in the hope that a foreign billionaire decides not to appoint him?

The irony is that you can’t see that the real story is Lebedev’s ownership of the Independent not Rod Liddle’s potential editorship, duh!!!!!!!

And Sunny don’t forget, what goes around comes around.

Sorry, I don’t buy what you’re selling, your tone, phrasing and methods are that or someone defending him. And it is not a campaign to ‘get him’, it is about a man being shown up for what he is.

Also, I have no truck with right-whingers that try and out Lib Con as unliberal, when it is not and where is the rallying call here to kick him about?

The irony here is you protesting too much.

22. Dara bhur gCara

@rumpypumpy

Where’s the irony in a supposedly liberal website clamouring to have Rod Liddle kicked about in the hope that a foreign billionaire decides not to appoint him?

The irony is that you can’t see that the real story is Lebedev’s ownership of the Independent not Rod Liddle’s potential editorship, duh!!!!!!!

The current owner of The Independent is not from the United Kingdom, either, and I think that the whole issue of whether or not newspapers in the UK should be owned by people from outside the UK is a ship that has long since sailed.

Moreover, without a fundamental reordering of the current economic system, (which may in many ways be desirable,) it’s difficult to ethically justify or indeed practically apply legislation to prevent specific persons from purchasing specific enterprises. Appealing to the owner of an enterprise not to employ someone whose views are anathema to the customers of the enterprise, on the other hand, is something which is ethically justifiable and practically achievable, given that the enterprise is dependent on the goodwill of the aforementioned customers to continue to function.

And Sunny don’t forget, what goes around comes around.

What do you mean by that, exactly?

23. J Alfred Prufrock

rumpypumpy @17:

I think the degree of influence that West Ham have is miniscule compared to the Sexpress, as anyone can tell. WHU do not start every game proclaiming that (for example) house prices are falling/rising due to immigrants conspiring to murder Diana, Queen of Hearts (or similar). So whoever owns WHU is irrelevent, whereas who owns newspapers is highly so.

As for Sunny, I disagree that this is a “campaign” by him in the way you suggest – it’s a news story that has broken due (mostly) to LC’s diligent reportage, which is presumably why there have been so many posts about Liddle recently.

FWIW I’m equally opposed to a former KGB agent owning British newspapers, but then I’m old-fashioned like that. Also I don’t particularly like a billionaire tax exile (good ol’ Mr Murdoch – whatever happened to hating him?) having undue sway over political discourse in this country but again, that’s for another debate (maybe).

I don’t see why it’s controversial to hate the idea of a racist, foul-mouthed, woman-hitting bigot as the editor of what once, at least, was a liberal/left-leaning newspaper.

Daniel,

You didn’t cal me a troll, so that’s a start.

The thrill of of the hunt is an intoxicating thing, red jackets horses, hounds and posh totty chasing a fox. However once they get it they’re back the following weekend to get another and another and another. Writing one Rod hunting topic after another Liberal Conspirators smells blood but don’t detect what is happening to themselves.

Dara bhur gCara,

“And Sunny don’t forget, what goes around comes around.”
What do you mean by that, exactly?

What I mean is that Sunny is picking a fight with Rod Liddle who has columns in The Times and The Sunday Times – columns that he could easily fill asking what are the motives behind the people who prevented him from becoming editor, who are they and lampooning any moral inconsistancies he might uncover.
Just a thought.

To every(any)one a quick question to test your consistency:
Who did you like the least: Rod Liddle or Ted Kennedy?
Whose actions were worse: Rod Liddle or Ted Kennedy?

rp:

I didn’t call you a troll but I might call you a patronising c**t if you’re not careful.

Your take on what is happening here is horribly wrong, you are defending Liddle because you hate Lib Con so much, fair play but it is see-through.

And hate to break it to you but in terms of life time achievement, abilities and overall standing when time will toll, Liddle is not in the same universe as Mr. Kennedy and that kind of terrible set-up by you is trollish…damn, there I said it.

26. J Alfred Prufrock

Agreed with Mr Hoffman-Gill, bringing Ted Kennedy into this smells a bit troll-ish to say the least. And I hope that if Ted K had been tipped for the editorship of the Indie when he was alive then LC would have given him a rigorous examination of character and views. With whatever conclusions that may have brought about. As he wasn’t, it’s not the issue here.

Liddle’s antipathy towards Sunny is already on (digital) record, besides: http://www.newstatesman.com/blogs/fourth-estate/2009/12/rod-liddle-offend-blogger – see the comments section. It is odd Liddle won’t say specifically what he did and didn’t write, considering some of the very disgusting things that “monkeymfc” wrote. If it were me I’d want to clear my name ASAP, or issue an apology and explanation for what I was thinking behind “Surely if they’re fcking the Nigerians, Somalians etc the correct term would be ni**ermeat, rather than wogmeat?” and other such delightful comments.

rumpypumpy,

Is that really the best you could do for a name to hide behind? I assume that it is not your given name, else you would be exclusively writing about how much you hated your parents.

Anyway.

The Rod Liddle thing is a reasonable news story is it not? Why shouldn’t folk who, after all, broke the story, be entitled to make of it what they can?

I am not sure why you are commenting here exactly. You claim it is to save us from ourselves, if I can take this nonsense to mean what I think it means:

The thrill of of the hunt is an intoxicating thing, red jackets horses, hounds and posh totty chasing a fox. However once they get it they’re back the following weekend to get another and another and another. Writing one Rod hunting topic after another Liberal Conspirators smells blood but don’t detect what is happening to themselves.

Why do you care?

Ah, to mention Ted Kennedy must be the activity of a troll must it?
The reason I mentioned him was to to try and provide a bit of contrast and proportion.

Ted Kennedy left a woman to die, yet he died a hero to many on the left.
Rod Liddle thumped his wife, swears and used(s) derogatory words and he’s unfit to wipe your backsides.

Whilst you are slagging off Liddle think about this from Ted Kennedy’s obituary in the Independent and whether it might not apply to you:

“There was perhaps more than a touch of hypocrisy in the national outburst of moral indignation to which Kennedy was subjected: stones were certainly cast by many who were not without sin.”

29. J Alfred Prufrock

rumpypumpy:

You write The reason I mentioned [Kennedy] was to to try and provide a bit of contrast and proportion. But, once again, Kennedy was never – to my knowledge, do correct me if I’m wrong – tipped to become editor of a national newspaper. So it’s completely out of proportion. If we were comparing politicians from a bygone era then you might, just, have a point. As it stands bringing left-leaning figures with dubious histories into the debate is OT at best, trolling at worst.

Back to the debate at hand – do you think Liddle is a suitable person for the post of editor at the Indie? If so, why? Do you think he should apologise or explain the comments “monkeymfc” left on the Millwall site? If not, why? Do you think Sunny is unreasonable in bringing to light the allegations of racism and sexism that we see on LC and elsewhere? Why?

It is, in my opinion, fairly obvious why decent-minded people (not just of the left) are alarmed at this particular individual having control over a paper’s editorial policy, not least the Independant. I’m not sure why this isn’t obvious to you.

Rumpywhatsyourname…

Stop being childish and making this a right or left issue.

The bottom line is people on the left inherently want to help people and people on the righ inherently want to help themselves.

So it goes down to this. You have 1 arseholes-Rod and Ol’ Teddy. You look at the background and you look at what they have achieved. Which is worse or better?

Teddy may have made a sh*tty mistake which should’ve thrown his butt in jail but apart from that one thing-which is huge like Rod ‘the batterer’, he has not continued to be a nasty piece of work like your bud Rod.

Douglas Clarke,

I see you think that people whose LibCon name is not actually their real name are merely hiding and not taking precautions to avoid being pestered by people beyond this forum. I trust you hold the same opion about Septicisle, Pager, Matt Munro, Rob, Damon, Rantersparadise etc?
Why do I care? I care to point out the inconsistency in all of the protestations about Rod Liddle from a board whose participants seem not tho believe in innocent until found guilty and prefer think a person guilty until they prove themself innocent. Sometimes you don’t have to scratch a ‘Liberal’ too hard to discover they are not that liberal after all.

Ranterparadise,

Your assertion that people on the left want to help others whilst those on the right want too help themselves is charming and naive. I hope you didn’t run up a huge student loan just to gain such a pearl of wisdom.

Make no mistake, whacking your girlfriend and racist banter is good for no one. However as someone who goes to watch football at Spurs, joined along with thousands of people there singing: “Sol Campbell takes it up the arse”, “Sit down you Paedophile!” (at Arsene Wenger) + “Jermaine Defoe is a real Yiddo” ( a complimentary song when he scores) – I think that some measure of what we consider to be acceptable depends upon it’s context.

Ted Kennedy, oh yes there was that one minor incident of the silly girl who didn’t get out of the car and blemished his fine public record, oh yes the girl on the beach and the IRA fundraising, but they were minor incidents as well. Makes Rod Liddle look like Little Bo Peep.
Guess what? Ted Kennedy is back in the news again today. And don’t fool yourself into thinking Kennedy’s campaign for full healthcare coverage is going down the pan just because of pre-mid term voting or disenchantment with how President Obama has performed – his seat has been relinquished by voters saying good riddance to the bad rubbish that represented them and to his party as a consequece.
So, what goes around comes around.

What I mean is that Sunny is picking a fight with Rod Liddle who has columns in The Times and The Sunday Times – columns that he could easily fill asking what are the motives behind the people who prevented him from becoming editor, who are they and lampooning any moral inconsistancies he might uncover.

God! I’m so scared at the power of Rod Liddle. What’s with the motives stuff? It’s a reasonable motive not wanting an arse like Liddle to be the editor of a left/ liberal newspaper. I wouldn’t want him to edit a serious right wing broadsheet like The Daily Telegraph either. He makes The Spectator, an intelligent and classy right-wing mag, look puerile. He might be all right for Loaded or Nuts.

It’s not just his sexist & racist views. It’s the fact that he thinks that putting them on a blog thread is like whispering them to a close and trusted mate. Doesn’t he know that the internet is a public space? And it’s something elementary that we all learn from the age of four onwards is that you don’t say in public what you might say in private.

I’m not surprised that he’s pulled out the stops on the Millwall site. You get the sense that he wants to be the lad who says what he thinks all the other lads are thinking, and only prissy school marms would take exception to this – ‘cos after all, that’s what any lad would think when confronting Harriet Harman. I mean she’s a fucking woman, so all any proper lad would think about her is that he wouldn’t want to shag her.

K B Player,

“all any proper lad………”

Not all lads are that stupid.
The Nuts generation are far more discerning – Lucy Pinder or Cheryl Cole yes, Harriet Harman no no no!!!!

“There are a whole bunch of other racist and misogynistic comments that remain unclaimed. For example:

….

Subject: RE: Somalians?
Posted 18/11/2009 10:30

“Without trying to sound ignorant I absolutely despise them. think they are pure scum.”

[two laughing icons]

Everyone else does as well, though, especially the Kenyans.

87 per cent of Somalians in Britain areout of work; more than one in three have criminal convictions. Ghastly.”

Well it doesn’t seem that much of a stretch – nor indeed libellous – to assume that the person who wrote that was the same person, one ‘rod seacole liddle’, who wrote in this thread:

http://www.spectator.co.uk/rodliddle/5552353/muslim-savages-update.thtml

“Hiro, I usually agree with you. But the unemployment rates among Somalis in this country is 87 per cent; one in three who have been here for more than a year have criminal convictions.

http://www.spectator.co.uk/rodliddle/5552353/muslim-savages-update.thtml


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  20. Tweets that mention Liberal Conspiracy » Exclusive: EDM against Rod Liddle; admits to nasty comments; more emerges -- Topsy.com

    [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Kerry McCarthy, Liberal Conspiracy. Liberal Conspiracy said: :: Exclusive: EDM against Rod Liddle; admits to nasty comments; more emerges http://bit.ly/4PEPCt [...]

  21. Roy Greenslade

    So, no evidence of Millwall online hacking despite Rod Liddle's claims. See Liberal Conspiracy posting http://tinyurl.com/y93kxqj

  22. Chris Paul

    RT @libcon: :: Exclusive: EDM against Rod Liddle; admits to nasty comments; more emerges http://bit.ly/4PEPCt

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  24. topsy_top20k_en

    :: Exclusive: EDM against Rod Liddle; admits to nasty comments; more emerges http://bit.ly/4PEPCt

  25. Kevin Arscott

    RT @The_MediaBlog: LIberal Conspiracy doing some real leg-work on Rod 'I'm not racist, just bad at passwords' Liddle: http://bit.ly/5dJnet

  26. willsturgeon

    RT @The_MediaBlog: LIberal Conspiracy doing some real leg-work on Rod 'I'm not racist, just bad at passwords' Liddle: http://bit.ly/5dJnet

  27. Tim Ireland

    RT @The_MediaBlog: LIberal Conspiracy doing some real leg-work on Rod 'I'm not racist, just bad at passwords' Liddle: http://bit.ly/5dJnet

  28. jimbobthomas

    RT: @libcon: :: Exclusive: EDM against Rod Liddle; admits to nasty comments; more emerges http://bit.ly/4PEPCt

  29. Alex Walters

    RT @greensladeR So, no evidence of Millwall online hacking despite Liddle's claims. Liberal Conspiracy posting http://tinyurl.com/y93kxqj

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  31. Dan Sabbagh

    It is all up for Rod Liddle…it is starting to look very much like it is: http://tinyurl.com/y93kxqj

  32. ? ??

    …given what Rod says about female newsreaders here http://bit.ly/4PEPCt I think he deserves a taste of his own foul, creepy 'humour'.

  33. Rod Liddle's anti-Semitism exposed | Left Foot Forward

    [...] clarity on what Rod Liddle definitely did say on the Millwall Online website. Sunny Hundal at Liberal Conspiracy has an excellent summary of the latest but Left Foot Forward drills down on his anti-semitic [...]

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  35. A Question of Independence « Beehive City

    [...] tag — saying his password was hacked into — this claim is challenged. This morning the Liberal Conspiracy website has contacted the Millwall site’s sysadmin to say they have had no evidence of [...]

  36. ????

    RT @pickledpolitics: An EDM is launched against Rod Liddle; he admits to nasty comments; more emerges: http://bit.ly/4PEPCt

  37. stuartamdouglas

    RT @libcon Exclusive: EDM against Rod Liddle; admits to nasty comments; more emerges http://bit.ly/56H93n

  38. irene rukerebuka

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  39. Rod Liddle and shock politics « Raincoat Optimism

    [...] and also of Alexander Lebedev’s Indy sale talks, but nothing of late to contribute to the ongoing controversy that surrounds him (proven, no less, by a Dianne Abbot-led early day motion on the [...]

  40. SOCIALIST UNITY » ROD LIDDLE TO BECOME EDITOR OF MORNING STAR

    [...] of such concern that Paul Flynn and Dianne Abbot have tabled an Early Day Motion in parliament, and Sunny Hundal, among others, has been persuasively campaiging against [...]

  41. Indy editor-in-chief determined to appoint Liddle | Left Foot Forward

    [...] publication of a large number of crude racist and sexually explicit comments, under Liddle’s user name on a Millwall supporters’ public forum, have been widely [...]

  42. Where you won't read all about it ... | Left Foot Forward

    [...] Image credit: Liberal Conspiracy [...]

  43. Why not Liddle? « Paperhouse

    [...] in violent sexual contact with female newsreaders. But even if the content of Liddle’s message board contributions doesn’t trouble Lebedev, the fact that everyone now knows about them [...]

  44. A Question of Independence | Beehive City

    [...] tag — saying his password was hacked into — this claim is challenged. This morning the Liberal Conspiracy website has contacted the Millwall site’s sysadmin to say they have had no evidence of [...]

  45. Daniel Wright

    RT @GreensladeR: So, no evidence of Millwall online hacking despite Rod Liddle's claims. See Liberal Conspiracy posting http://tinyurl.com/y93kxqj

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