Archive for the 'Democrat' Category

07
Apr
09

more on Iain Malcolm, the ballot rigging council leader will follow soon

Seems Mr Monkey’s revelations that the leader of the council, Iain Malcolm was the mastermind behind a plot to cheat a Conservative election candidate out of victory by rigging his 2000 local election result CLICK HERE has caused quite a stir.

Judging by the stats and comments, Mr Monkey reckons that the electorate are outraged by the antics of councillor Iain Malcolm and it appears that there’ll be some serious ramifications and political fallout for South Tyneside’s corrupt council leader – don’t rule out a custodial sentence.

Mr Monkey has not yet revealed the full extent of his investigation into councillor Iain Malcolm’s interpretation of democracy, but now that he’s back, you can be sure that he will.

So if you don’t want to miss out on further revelations about councillor Iain Malcolm’s fraudulent election activities, keep a close eye on Mr Monkey’s Blog over the next 48 hours.

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25
Mar
09

their worst nightmare: Mr Monkey returns!

'Hero worship - coun Iain Malcolm is set to join an exclusive club of election fraudsters headed by his political hero Robert Mugabe'

'Hero worship - coun Iain Malcolm is set to join an exclusive club of election fraudsters headed by his political hero Robert Mugabe'

It seems Mr Monkey’s sudden disappearance has resulted in all kinds of speculation as to his whereabouts, with politicians, council officers and bloggers all left wondering what’s happened to this naughty chimp.

Mr Monkey reckons that for the last 7 days the borough’s political elite, senior council officers and Mr Grumpy, aka Papa John Szymanski at the Gazette have been hoping and praying that their nightmare was finally over and that the chimp’s sudden silence finally signalled the end of Mr Monkey’s Blog.

Sorry to disappoint you miserable bastards but nothing could be further from the truth – you’re nightmares are about to get a whole lot worse!

Mr Monkey took some time out to recharge his batteries, follow up a few interesting leads and finalise his investigations into the culture of election fraud in the local Labour party.

It seems that council leader Iain Malcolm has cheated his way to the top and that his unique vision of democracy in action wouldn’t be out of place in Zimbabwe. 

Mr Monkey can now reveal that the results of his month long investigation into election fraud and ballot rigging in South Tyneside will be published tomorrow and he reckons that senior local Labour politicians won’t sleep too well tonight knowing what Mr Monkey is about to publish will expose many of their corrupt and devious practises which have helped keep them power for so long.

If you don’t miss out on these exclusive revelations, keep eye on Mr Monkey Blog over the next day or so.

05
Nov
08

Papa John Plays A Blinder!

Apparently Papa John Szyamanski, editor of the Gazette Malcolm Fanzine has pushed the boat out and has sent one of his staff to America to report on the US Presidential elections. CLICK HERE.

Word in the members room is that Papa John’s star reporter, David ‘Birdman’ Maclean was secretly dispatched to America last week to exclusively report on what Papa John rightly predicted would be a defining moment in history. Papa John’s goal was to leave the opposition in the shade when it came to reporting on this momentous occasion. It seems Papa John has played a blinder this time.

Mr Monkey reckons The King of Sleaze, Tory Boy Potts is seething at the thought of missing out on a free trip to the States. Until his demise he was conning planning a trip to America on the pretext of campaigning with the Republican party .. what a waste of time that would have been!

05
Nov
08

Congratulations President Barack Obama

Overnight Barack Hussien Obama was elected the 44th president of the United States, opening a new chapter in the country’s history as the first African-American to hold the world’s most important job.

Americans emphatically elected Democrat Senator Barack Obama in a transformational election which will reshape US politics and the US role on the world stage.

Senator Obama, 47, will be inaugurated January 20, 2009, and inherit an economy mired in the worst financial crisis since the 1930s, two wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and a nuclear showdown with Iran.

Television networks projected his victory over Republican John McCain after Senator Obama solidified traditional Democratic states and cut deep into the Republican territory which his rival needed to control to win the White House.

Obama’s win was greeted with euphoria by a vast crowd gathered in his home city of Chicago, as his supporters, screamed, waved American flags as they waited for him to arrive to deliver his victory speech.

New York’s Times Square exploded in joy at a moment of healing for America’s racial scars, a huge crowd gathered outside the White House and the result immediately reverberated around the world.

Democrats also made ground in Congress and will hold an unshakable monopoly in power in Washington after a rare generational and political realignment.

Senator McCain was gracious in defeat, and noted that his election was a moment to cherish for African Americans.

“The American people have spoken, and they have spoken clearly. A little while ago, I had the honor of calling Senator Barack Obama to congratulate him on being elected the next president of the country that we both love,” he said.

“Though we fell short, the failure is mine, not yours,”  he told a crowd of supporters in Phoenix in his home state of Arizona.

President George W. Bush who has steered his country through eight turbulent years by stumbling from one disaster to another also congratulated Senator Obama.

“Mr president-elect, congratulations to you,” White House spokeswoman Dana Perino quoted the president as saying in a phone call to Senator Obama.

“What an awesome night for you, your family and your supporters. Laura and I called to congratulate you and your good bride.”

Senator Obama’s historic inauguration will complete a stunning ascent to the pinnacle of US and global politics from national obscurity just four years ago and close an eight year era of turbulence under controversial president, George W Bush.

Senator Obama is promising to renew bruised ties with US allies and to engage some of the most fierce US foes like Iran and North Korea. He has vowed to tackle climate change and provide health care to all Americans.

His presidency also marks a stunning social shift, with Senator Obama, the son of Kenyan father and white mother from Kansas, the first African American president of a nation still riven by racial divides.

Forty-five years after civil rights icon Martin Luther King laid out his “dream” of racial equality, Senator Obama’s election broke new barriers and may have helped heal the moral wounds left by slavery and the US civil war.

When he launched his campaign on a chilly day in Illinois in February 2007, Senator Obama forged a mantra of change which powered him throughout the longest, most costly US presidential campaign in history.

With a stunning grassroots political movement, powered by massive multi-million dollar fund raising, Senator Obama first beat Hillary Clinton, and the Democratic Party’s then pre-eminent political machine.

Senator Obama strode towards victory last night by capturing the states of Pennsylvania, the key battleground which Senator McCain needed to win to keep his long-shot hopes of victory alive.

In a sweet moment for Democrats, he also seized the mid-western battleground of Ohio and captured New Mexico and Iowa, two states won by Bush in 2004 to close out McCain’s possible route towards the White House.

He later added Ohio, the decisive state which swept Bush to victory in 2004 and another Republican state, Virginia, which had not voted Democrat since 1964.

He also won Florida, ground zero of the 2000 recount debacle and captured other Republican states including New Mexico and Iowa.

So far he has won 27 states including his home turf of Illinois for 338 electoral votes.

McCain has won 17 but had not broken out of the Republican heartland and the south.

Senator Obama had led national and battleground polls and had capitalized on the fear of Americans pitched into the deep financial crisis, especially as he appeared to be presidential in a string of debates.

McCain had argued that Obama was too inexperienced to be US commander in chief and would pursue “socialist” redistribution policies that would leave the economy mired in recession.

McCain, 72, an Arizona senator, would have been the oldest man ever inaugurated for a first term in the White House.

Tens of millions of people had earlier stood in long lines to cast votes with America locked in a moment of deep crisis, mired in the worst financial meltdown since the 1930s and waging two foreign wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Senator Obama gave early notice of the way the night would unfold by capturing the key northeastern state of Pennsylvania – McCain’s best hope of winning a Democratic state and stopping his rival from claiming the White House.

In the Senate, Democrats wrested control of five Republican seats including in the traditionally Republican state of Virginia, followed by New Hampshire, North Carolina and New Mexico.

Like billions of people across the globe, Mr Monkey feels safer knowing that George W Bush and his war-mongering associates will no longer be able to treat the American military as a private army to fulfil their own agenda.

Congratulations President Barack Hussien Obama!