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Smear-merchant goes for Sadiq Khan


11:00 am - October 9th 2010

by Sunny Hundal    


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I commented yesterday on how smear-merchant Guido Fawkes, aka P. Staines, has been trying to smear Sadiq Khan as an “extremist” merely because he had the temerity to say the UK should have an “independent foreign policy”.

This habit of trying to smear any Muslim as an extremist just because they don’t follow the right-wing agenda is old hat.

Now Staines is trying it again.

Did you know that Khan has been exposed three times for fiddling his expenses

That would be the time Sadiq Khan sent out a letter where Labour’s rose emblem wasn’t “discreet” enough, and other similar bollocks.

In contrast, the man in charge of the nation’s finances – George Osborne – actually broke rules by claiming for a £450,000 mortgage on his Cheshire farmhouse when it was worth less. Apparently that’s not in the same ballpark and can be conveniently ignored.

Did you know that five members of Khan’s family and various clients belonged to fundamentalist group Hizb ut-Tahrir? Something he called “irrelevant” and “trivial”

That linked article says nothing about Khan’s family – merely about three HuT members who were being tried by the state of Egypt. Khan said the case against them was “trivial” and “irrelevant”. Egypt bans any organisation that challenges the dictatorship there and is known for torturing dissidents. Seems Staines can’t read.

One of those people – Maajid Nawaz – came back to the UK and set up the anti-terrorism think-tank Quilliam Foundation to challenge extremism. Also note that Guido is defending the authoritarian Egyptian regime in trying to smear Sadiq Khan.

Did you know Khan got the bent copper Ali Dizaei off the hook.

Shock-horror: lawyer actually defends someone! Dizaei eventually went to prison for something else, but it’s also true the Met Police made a whole bunch of allegations against him that turned out to be rubbish. That was when Sadiq Khan was, rightly, involved.

Did you know Khan tried to join the defence team of Zacarias Moussaoui

Actually the newspaper report says: “The Labour whip was not allowed to see Moussaoui and was barred from seeing court papers in the run-up to the trial.” – not the same thing.

It’s obvious why the smears are being put out there: Staines hates Sadiq’s politics and wants to see him go down.

This is the same person who was calling for Israel’s IDF soldiers to be sent pizzas while they were invading and killing innocent people in Gaza.

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Mister GuF Staines is a right McBridivist, which is a paradox. Not.

I took a look at the Staines blog for the first time. I’m astonished by the casual hate and racism by the commenters.

Steve

Moreover, Staines has no problem laying in to the “dead tree press” while hypocritically using their hacks to get his stories: the piece he ran about William ‘Ague and Christopher Myers sharing a room came from a staffer at a paper whose editor declined to run it (Private Eye, issue 1271, Page 6 LHS refers).

Which could explain Staines’ slanted style: he’s getting too close to the MSM and becoming more like them over time. Not that he’s gone mainstream and become a sellout, of course.

I don’t think very many people take Paul Staines seriously anyway. He’s the chimp in the cage at the blogosphere-zoo whose only memorable appearance in the public sphere was making a fool of himself on Newsnight with Paxman and Michael White.

The interesting point about Stains is he is the real face of the Conservative party. Not the happy clappy clown face of call me Dave. Stains represents the rank and file of the tory party. Greedy Bigots , racists, hate merchants and assorted fascists.

When the tory trolls come on here demanding civility remember their hero is Staines.

Not really knews that Staines doesn’t like muslims. Not really knews either that he lies about people.

Did you know they call him P. Staines because he very slightly wets himself every time he appears on television or radio?

This doesn’t actually happen. But it’s not written on a blog page on the internet. And what is truth if not just that?

Lying demagoguery of the tiresome kind. Well, either that or he’s got the research skills of Michael Belessiles and a chimp combined.

9. Chaise Guevara

@2

“I took a look at the Staines blog for the first time. I’m astonished by the casual hate and racism by the commenters.”

‘Yid-Ed’ was especially amusing. I wonder how Guido feels about the fact that his following would embarrass the Daily Mail.

Note to author: good article, but abbreviating ‘Paul’ to ‘P.’ so you can call him ‘P. Staines’ somewhat transparent and very childish. You’re quite literally calling him the same name as he must have been called in infant school.

Something else that’s childish is the way Guido wets himself like a little girl every time he speaks in public.

11. Chaise Guevara

No, YOUR mum.

“Egypt bans any organisation that challenges the dictatorship there and is known for torturing dissidents.”

Exactly the kind of state Guido spent his student years defending.

13. Flowerpower

Sunny

It’s all very well to sneer at Paul Staines, but why don’t you at least address some of the points raised in connection to Sadiq Khan?

Is it true that 5 members of his family are members of Hizb ut Tahrir?

Did Khan support or oppose the proposed banning of HuT?

What about this weaselly argument used by Sadiq Khan in his Fabian address on Britishness:

The {7/7} bombers may have declared that their work was done in the name of Allah, but such a bloody outrage is no more part of the teachings of Islam than the Christian evangelist bombing of abortion clinics can be attributed to Jesus Christ ….

To equate Islamist terrorism to abortion clinic bombings is just dishonest. Whereas abortion bombing really is something limited to a “tiny minority” with probably only a hundred or so people involved, Islamist violence has been practised for years on a global scale. It has a huge and rich ideological underpinning…. Qutb….Mawdudi etc. and It has a vast following – in the millions. So why does Sadiq Khan draw such a false equivalence?

I find that very worrying.

Guido lamented the paucity of successful minority candidates in the shadow cabinet elections. He’s only really got Khan to go after now.

“Is it true that 5 members of his family are members of Hizb ut Tahrir?”

My cousin was a Tory MP. I’m not proud. Your point?

I think it’s pretty obvious what Guido’s problem with Khan is.

Flowerpower: Is it true that 5 members of his family are members of Hizb ut Tahrir?

Could be – who knows. And how does that reflect on SK exactly?

Did Khan support or oppose the proposed banning of HuT?

Everyone does, apart from some idiot Tories. You may as well try and ban the BNP for all the impact it will have.

I find that very worrying.

There’s a lot of things you find worrying for the simple reason they’re said by Muslims. I don’t really have much regard for this kind of crap.

16. Flowerpower

My cousin was a Tory MP. I’m not proud. Your point?

My point Jimmy is that if five of your cousins were members of Sinn Fein/ IRA, I’m not sure you’d be my first choice for Northern Ireland secretary unless you could show me clear evidence you had departed from the family tradition.

17. Steve Haynes

I note you haven’t commented on the claims that Khan voted for Post office closures, and then publicly decried it an hour later.

18. Flowerpower

Sunny @ 15

Everyone does, apart from some idiot Tories.

Banning Hizb ut Tahrir was a declared policy intention of Blair’s Labour government!

HT is also banned in Germany, Russia, Turkey, Bangladesh, Syria and used to be banned in Pakistan.

Banning Hizb ut Tahrir was a declared policy intention of Blair’s Labour government!

They mentioned it briefly and then came to their senses. The Tories are playing the same game. They’d find it impossible to ban HuT here, and the ban in other countries is more complicated than you think (3 of those are authoritarian countries).

Come back when you have something intelligent to add to the debate.

“My point Jimmy is that if five of your cousins were members of Sinn Fein/ IRA, ”

Maybe not five but coming from Ireland I wouldn’t at all surprised if you turned up one or two. At least two recent cabinet ministers had family members involved. This idea that politics are inherited I find utterly bizarre. Perhaps you inherited your politics but I assure you my views are entirely my own.

“I note you haven’t commented on the claims that Khan voted for Post office closures, and then publicly decried it an hour later.”

Do you have a credible source for that claim?

22. Steve Haynes

‘Do you have a credible source for that claim?’

Guido linked to the Wandsworth Guardian Website.

http://www.wandsworthguardian.co.uk/archive/2008/03/20/news_wandsworth/2135093.MPs__hypocrites__over_post_office_closures/

No idea if its true, or accurate or anything to be honest but the fact that Sunny trashed the other points and ignored this one is worth bringing up. If its as a full of crap as the rest of them seem to be then why wasn’t it addressed initially?

23. Flowerpower

@20

Will Khan’s local paper do?

A Conservative motion to suspend the post office closure programme was narrowly rejected last night by 288 votes to 268. Early indications were that 20 Labour MPs revolted and joined the motion. Mr Khan and Mr Linton were not among them.

After voting for the closures to go ahead Mr Khan came straight to a public meeting in Tooting High Street {to oppose the closures locally}

http://www.wandsworthguardian.co.uk/archive/2008/03/20/news_wandsworth/2135093.MPs__hypocrites__over_post_office_closures/

24. Flowerpower

At no point did I vote to close any of our local Post Offices.
Sadiq Khan MP

Text of motion Khan voted against:

That this House regrets the proposal to close up to 2,500 post offices; recognises the vital role post offices play in local communities; notes the concern and unpopularity amongst the general public of closing such a large portion of the network; has concerns that the access criteria laid down for the closures consultation do not adequately take into account local geographical factors and public transport networks; is concerned that the consultation period is only for six weeks rather than three months, as recommended by Cabinet Office guidelines; believes that post offices must move with the times in the services they offer and that options for business expansion and developing business opportunities with local authorities should be explored further; and calls upon the Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform to instruct Post Office Limited to suspend the compulsory closure of sub-post offices while these issues are re-assessed.

Guido is an out and out racist. He and the racist twat Harry Cole aka Tory Bear try to smear only black and asian politicians – Sadiq Khan, David Lammy, Keith Vaz, Shahid Malik, among others. When they’re bored with that they go after Harriet “Harperson”.

Also, the racist Paul Staines wets himself live on TV every time.

“He and the racist twat Harry Cole aka Tory Bear try to smear only black and asian politicians”

Absolutely untrue. They are equally tough on white politicians. If they’re gay obviously.

“If its as a full of crap as the rest of them seem to be then why wasn’t it addressed initially?”

I suspect because it’s all a bit nitpicky. He seems to have opposed a general suspension but argued to save his local offices. More nimbyism than hypocrisy I’d have thought.

C’mon flowerpower- what happened to your bluster about Sadiw Khan’s “extremist” links?

I couldn’t give a fig about post offices when it’s being implied the guy is in league with terrorists.

What’s new? Staines is a professional troll. At least some righties are interesting, if wrong (Dale, Worstall, et al). Staines’ contribution to political thought is the equvialent of used toilet paper, it’s just a shame that he appears to be taken seriously, particularly by people who should know better in the MSM.

30. Chaise Guevara

@27

Isn’t nimbyism hypocritical pretty much by definition? “The freeview signal around here is a joke, but don’t even think of putting a tower up anywhere that I might see it.”

Martin Linton, then the MP for Battersea, said he didn’t oppose closures on principle – that some post offices only got 16 people coming in each week, and thus should be closed, but others had thousands of customers, including some in his constituency.

32. Cheesy Monkey

Guido: ?I like driving in my car…
… No, I’m not drunk, offishhar…?

TO support post office closures in general while arguing for your local one as a special case may be self serving but is not inherently inconsistent. Anyway, I note the indictment has gone from serial thief and terrorist supporter to mildly inconsistent on post offices.

Guido is truly the Kay Burley of the internet.

34. Cheesy Monkey

Imagine those question mars as musical notes…

Hey! Lib Dems! That cunt Guido? HE’S YOU!

35. Sunder Katwala

* We don’t necessarily know it is Paul Staines, as I am told that much of his blog is now written by Harry Cole who used to blog as “Tory Bear” but is now mostly writing for Guido Fawkes … he spent a lot of time targetting Sadiq Khan in Tooting at the election, where the Tory candidate was Mark Clarke who used to chair the Conservative Future student group. Cole seemed very confident the Tories would win and was pretty gutted when that was wrong.
http://www.nextleft.org/2010/10/whos-blogging-who-how-guido-fawkes.html

* I don’t think Sadiq Khan could have been much clearer about the negative view he holds of Hizb-ut-Tahrir. Here is Sadiq Khan MP in July 2006 (when a backbench MP) in his Fabian lecture ‘Being a British Muslim’, offering an extensive analysis on the ‘mirrors of extremism and mirrors of exclusion’ between those mobilising hatred in white and Muslim communities.
http://www.fabians.org.uk/events/speeches/missing-a-positive-vision-for-british-muslims

“Our challenge is to define common aspirations which can replace the high levels of mistrust between communities and make the goals of integration and equality seem reachable. It is also significant that political extremism and disengagement is mirrored between white and black communities. As young Asian Muslims feel like lesser citizens and become increasingly alienated from mainstream life in Britain, their sense of injustice is mirrored in some white communities, which has led to polarisation and extremism ? and the relative attraction of groups like Hizb ut Tahrir (HT) and the BNP.

Look at Barking, a traditional white working class area. Over the past decade the high street changed colour and the white residents felt that the new arrivals, whether Pakistani, African or Kosovan were taking what was rightfully theirs by being assigned council houses, using the hospitals and schools and getting benefits. They felt that they would have more if the new residents had less. This same resentment over scarce resources was also identified in The New East End which examined the East End of London, and the hostility felt by the white community towards the Bangaldeshi community.

As the white working class felt a decline in status, the British National Party were able to exploit their discontent and distrust of authority ? in particular, the councils they see as being unwilling to respond to the community’s needs. The BNP are good at talking to the white community, sympathising with their problems and preying on their fears. Everything is blamed on the newcomers, and the BNP offer a solution ? to get rid of the people who are supposedly causing the problem. For them Britishness has nothing to do with residency and everything to do with roots.

Some of these patterns are mirrored in poor Asian communities ? a profound unhappiness with mainstream political processes and disengagement with society. The disaffected young men who failed at school are now out of work. There are far too many young Muslims, disillusioned with British life, who feel that they are not given the chances of white British citizens ? that their own country has rejected them. But of course there are people who will listen and sympathise. HT and other offshoots talk about the decadence of Britain and how their version of Islam answers the problems. Using selective teachings of the prophet as a tool, they groom these young men to fight against Britishness in the name of Islam.

Let me be quite clear. H-T quite deliberately have the same effect on race relations as their mirror image the BNP. They encourage hatred and their preaching is used by the BNP to foster fear of Islam.

Just as the disadvantages are mirrored in both the host and minority communities ? so the answer is the same: serious policies to promote community adhesion within and between communities.

We need a mission to unite our communities and to campaign for positive change”.

“he spent a lot of time targetting Sadiq Khan in Tooting at the election,”

As I recall his other big election targets were Ed Balls and Kerry McCarthy. Quite the Midas touch that boy has when it comes to campaigning.

@35: “Just as the disadvantages are mirrored in both the host and minority communities ? so the answer is the same: serious policies to promote community adhesion within and between communities.”

Even with the best will I don’t think I can recognise that as a credible prescription for much of London simply because, with so many ethnicities and languages, there are few communities with sufficiently distinct enough boundaries to press into cohesiveness.

Walking along local high streets is like seeing the united nations out shopping. On public transport, the languages heard are at least as likely to be Baltic as Asian. The kids attending the outstanding local selective schools near where I live are completely mixed up. As often recommended, see that BBC Newsnight report on why London really is different:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7368326.stm

Btw Tooting, Sadiq Khan’s constituency, is not only hugely diverse, it is also among the most affluent constituencies in the country:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-477325/League-Wealth-Tables.html

If you oppose smears, Sunny, why did you retweet the smearing of Melanie Phillips?

http://libertarianbulldog.blogspot.com/2010/10/sunny-hundal-and-smears.html

Sunder Katwala
Kosovans are white!

sally is as usual lying through her teeth
Guido exhibits more hatred for Cameron than Miliband

@ 28 Sunny Hundal
Do you ever do your homework?
Guido did not say Sadiq Khan was an extremist.
His attack was on someone being investigated for a criminal offence being appointed Shadow Justice Secretary. The side comments on the relations being associated with an extremist organisation that “might” commit criminal actions and so “might” involve a conflict of interest was merely icing on the cake.
Do you assume that all readers of LibCon were educated by ILEA schools are are therefore functionally illiterate? I was functionally literate before ILEA was created.

42. Flowerpower

Sunder K

Thanks for the taster of Sadiq Khan’s Fabian lecture/pamphlet.
He appears to put a lot of emphasis on economic factors and social exclusion. Yet quite a number of young Muslims who have become involved with terrorism or extremism seem to be from pretty well off backgrounds. One of those involved in the beheading of Daniel Pearl went to a posh private school. Others have come from leafy Buckinghamshire suburbs. So, I;m not sure I buy the strong linkage between Islamic radicalism and poverty really.

Second, I read an account recently of Sadiq Khan’s trip to Pakistan as community cohesion minister. He talked to lots of kids and then came back and told us we should distance ourselves from the US policy of using drones to carry out targeted assassinations of Al Qaeda bigwigs.

Once again it seems we are being told: these young Muslim lads don’t like Britain’s foreign/security policy and may bomb the London underground or the airport unless we change it. So we should change our policy.

Sorry, but NO. To change our policy just because they threaten us is just appeasement. I was very disappointed that Sadiq Khan was arguing that we should distance ourselves from our best friend and ally just because a bunch of kids said they’d kill us if we didn’t.

43. Weed killer

Flowerpower
As a right wing British Jew

Did any of your family support Israelis action against British troops and policemen in that post war period in regards to terrorist activities.
If they did are you responsible for their views.
You can’t pick you family.
Only right bigots like yourself makes those connections

As a right wing Britsh Jew
Did any of your family support the Terrorist actions against British soldiers and policemen.
Are you responsible for their views . No
Only right wing bigots like you, Guido and John 77 care about a man’s race or religion.

Flowerpower

Actually, his complaint was that Britain was being lumped in with America despite making no contribution to the drones. (“They haven’t understood this was purely a US matter.“) If he’s right, then, it wouldn’t be a change but a statement of policy.

@ 43 Peter Cole
I care about everything (to the irritation of my family who think I should let ride stuff that doesn’t impact upon us). That does not make me a bigot.
I have put three short posts on this blog – is it bigoted to say that Kosovans are white? I have worked in Albania for the World Bank and my eyes tell me that Albanians are “white” (meaning pale pink). The other two posts have no reference whatsoever to race or religion.
Your accusation makes no sense. I should be obliged for an explanation or an apology (preferably both)
Sunny Hundal is not right-wing and I find ascribing his political and racial bigotry to me quite offensive

“Do you ever do your homework?”

Kettle? Pot?

“Guido did not say Sadiq Khan was an extremist.”

His precise phrase was “His extremist views rule him out of the FCO” are you suggesting there is a substantial distinction here? If so it’s a fine one.

I was functionally literate before ILEA was created.

“Do you ever do your homework?”

Kettle? Pot?

“Guido did not say Sadiq Khan was an extremist.”

His precise phrase was “His extremist views rule him out of the FCO” are you suggesting there is a substantial distinction here? If so it’s a fine one.

“I was functionally literate before ILEA was created.”

Too easy

@ Jimmy
Is the Justice Department the FCO?
Are you literate?
If so, what are you saying?
I am looking at whether SK should be in charge of or shadowing the person in charge of prosecutions for breaking UK law when he is subject to a possible prosecution for breaking UK law
Guido (whom I do not support) thinks that Sadiq Khan should not be running the FCO.
You may see a connection. You may wish to consult a psychiatrist.

50. Just Visiting

Jimmy 19

> This idea that politics are inherited I find utterly bizarre.

Milliband brothers?

Sorry, beyond Guido’s post where’s the evidence that he’s subject to a criminal investigation?

The only mainstream media coverage is of the press release by Guido’s kiddies over at the Sunlight COPs when they wrote to Scotland yard.

Where’s the press statement from Scotland Yard saying this was being taken up?

I could just as easily accuse Guido and his chums of sexual battery, make a complaint to Scotland yard and press release it… and he’d never be subject to a criminal investigation because it would be made up bollocks.

Just like this clearly is.

“Are you literate?”

One of us isn’t. You claimed Guido did not label Khan an extremist. I pointed out that this is plainly untrue.

“he is subject to a possible prosecution for breaking UK law”

Are there people who are not subject to prosecution if they break the law?

“shadowing the person in charge of prosecutions”

He’s the shadow DPP? Or are you under the impression that the Lord Chancellor exercises this function? And that his shadow gets a say? You should probably stop scraping this barrel now or there’ll be none left.

@Just Visiting

I think you just made my point.

@ 51
The Guido post complaining about Sadiq Khan’s appointment as Shadow Justice Secretary has nothing about his alleged extremist views that Guido thought should rule him out of consideration for the FCO.
I am literate in that I can read what is there.
So you are proclaiming that you are not.

“This habit of trying to smear any Muslim as an extremist just because they don’t follow the right-wing agenda is old hat.”

What a blooper!

I assume what you meant to write was:

“This habit of trying to smear any Muslim as an extremist just because they don’t support labour is old hat”

http://liberalconspiracy.org/2010/10/11/why-phil-woolas-is-unfit-to-be-in-the-labour-shadow-cabinet/

55. Flowerpower

@ 43 Weed Killer

Flowerpower
As a right wing British Jew

Did any of your family support Israelis action against British troops and policemen in that post war period in regards to terrorist activities?

No. My parents and grandparents considered the Irgun/Stern Gang types as scumbags and lowlifes. As do I.

Next silly question?

56. Flowerpower

Peter Cole @ 44

Only right wing bigots like you, Guido and John 77 care about a man’s race or religion.

Even by your standards, that one is priceless. Next you’ll be telling us that neither Martin Luther King or Mahatma Gandhi ever gave a moment’s thought to racial or religious questions.

“Next you’ll be telling us that neither Martin Luther King or Mahatma Gandhi ever gave a moment’s thought to racial or religious questions.”

Non-sequitur of the day I think.


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    RT @shamikdas: -> @sunny_hundal http://is.gd/fX6vR & @nextleft http://is.gd/fX8gC fight back against the @guidofawkes @torybear slurs …

  33. Sarah

    RT @shamikdas: -> @sunny_hundal http://is.gd/fX6vR & @nextleft http://is.gd/fX8gC fight back against the @guidofawkes @torybear slurs …

  34. Jennifer O'Mahony

    Smear-merchant goes for Sadiq Khan http://t.co/Vb2Wq1S via @libcon





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