27
Apr
09

twat of the week

'Twat of the Week .. again'

'Twat of the Week .. again'

There’s only one contender for the Twat of the Week award and that’s Papa John Szymanski, the Labour party lackey who moonlights as the editor of the Shields Gazette Malcolm Fanzine.

According to this post CLICK HERE he did’nt take kindly to being told the truth about his unhealthy relationship with Labour council leader, Iain Malcolm, aka Miss Piggy. 

Papa John ignored his own senior management, preferring instead to seek the advice of alleged election fraudster councillor Iain Malcolm. Apparently he told him to use the council’s code of conduct to lodge a formal complaint against the author of the article.

Unfortunately Papa John didn’t think of the consequences of his actions and in his desperation to stop any criticism he’s allowed the Shields Gazette to become the biggest joke in the North East, whilst at the same time he has become a figure of ridicule within his profession.

Congratulations Mr Szymanski with poor judgement like this, you deserve the titleTwat of the Week and perhaps it’s time your other employer, Johnston Press took decisive action against you.


4 Responses to “twat of the week”


  1. 1 Press Complaints Commission
    27/04/2009 at 14:08

    Ever thought of giving yourself for an award Mr. Monkey.
    “Tit of the week” for failing to find any new topics to talk about, how many times are you going to regurgitate this absolute pap? Ever wonder why the clever people in this borough are getting tediously bored with you?

    Comment moderation going to be off, give me a break.

    WTF you talking about? It’s always on, permanent (apart from when you are posting your own comments)

    Go sit on a banana

  2. 2 Legal Eagle
    27/04/2009 at 14:28

    I take it you don’t like the Shields Gazette then, so what do you read?

  3. 3 Sky Pilot
    28/04/2009 at 00:03

    There IS another candidate – Twitter twat of the week – slimey Potts with his pseudo financial twitter. What stupid cAnt. @DavidPotts101.

  4. 4 Thirty Days
    30/04/2009 at 19:56

    Hi, interesting post. I have been wondering about this topic,so thanks for sharing. I’ll definitely be subscribing to your blog.


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